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Best Destinations In India To Cool Off This Summer

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With the holidays on and the summer heat rising, pack your bags and head to any of these places to chill with your family

With the heat soaring higher each day, we can’t wait to head out of the city to some place cooler and refreshing. FWD Life gives you five best options to head to in Kerala, South India, and the rest of the country.

5 Fine Places to Run to in Kerala

Vattavada

Vattavada

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With its pleasant climate throughout the year, Vattavada is a lesser known retreat near Munnar. It will be an ideal option to go to avoid the rush that will be there in Munnar during the peak months of summer. Known as the ‘Market of Kerala’, don’t forget to relish the fresh fruits and vegetables that grow here, which are sent to the other parts of the state, such as apple, blackberry, egg fruit, gooseberry, passionfruit, peach, and plums.

 

Kumarakom

Kumarakom

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While beaches are not the best option to go to in the scorching heat of the summers in Kerala, you can still be closer to the refreshing waters of lagoons. Give a pass to Alappuzha which will be crowded, and instead choose Kumarakom. Spend a perfect family time lounging on the serene waters of the Vembanad Lake, the largest lake in Kerala.

 

Vagamon

Vagamon

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Listed by National Geographic Traveler in their list of ’50 Most Attractive Places to Visit in India’, Vagamon is a green heaven. The cool climate of the place allows a fun lolling over its gentle, rolling hills, called ‘mutta kunnu’. Natural beauties like green meadows, pine forests, orchid flower gardens; and adventurous activities like paragliding, trekking, and rock climbing, are the main attractions here.

 

Kalpetta

Kalpetta

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Rich with history and blessed by nature, Kalpetta offers a withdrawal into peace and calm. Historically rich, Kalpetta has a number of ancient Jain rock temples, most of which are in a dilapidated state. Learn about the several rare species of butterflies at the Botanic and Butterfly Garden. The place is also a hub for trekking enthusiasts, who can trek to Myladippara for an enchanting trail.

 

 

Ponmudi

Ponmudi

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The most popular hillstation in the south of Kerala, Ponmudi is favoured for cheerful climate. The place offers beautiful scenic landscapes that are popular with backpackers. Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary, Golden Valley, Deer Park, Meenmutty Falls, are some of the main attractions.  The ride to Ponmudi is equally breathtaking, with the Kallar River lining the route.

 

5 Top Destinations to Escape to in South India

Kodaikanal

Kodaikanal

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Nicknamed ‘The Gift of the Forest’ and ‘Princess of Hill Stations’, Kodaikanal is one of the most beloved havens for rest and relaxation. The cool climes of the city invites people from all over to its mist laden hills. It is a touristy place with a number of attractions such as Kodaikanal Lake, Pillar Rocks, Pine Forest, Coaker’s Walk, Bryant Park, Guna Caves, Dolphin’s Nose, Silver Cascade, etc.

 

Coonoor

Coonoor

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Well known for the production of Nilgiri Tea, Coonoor is the second largest hillstation in the Nilgiris after Ooty. It is therefore a perfect alternative to Ooty, which can be teeming with the summer rush. Sim’s Park is a botanical garden with over 1,000 varieties of plant species. Don’t miss the annual fruit and vegetable show that is held in May.

 

Araku Valley

Araku Valley

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Blessed with natural formations, Araku Valley is an up and coming tourist attraction in South India. Located in Andhra Pradesh, it is an area inhabited by tribals. Borra Caves are a 1mn year old limestone caves that form the main attraction in the place. Ananthagiri Hills and Chapparai are the other major allures the place offers.

 

Yercaud

Yercaud

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Known as the ‘Jewel of the South’, Yercaud is an attractive hill station for Summer travellers looking to run away from the heat. Prominent for fresh native fruits such as bananas, jackfruit, orange, and pear; it also offers enticing picturesque locations. It is also celebrated for its flavoursome coffee, the shrubs of which begin blooming in April to present a scenic view.

 

Kotagiri

Kotagiri

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Among the plentiful hill stations that the South of India offers, Kotagiri is a lesser known gem that will be a perfect hideaway for travellers looking to beat the crowded and more fashionable hill stations. Encounter the tall, double cascading Catherine Falls, explore the John Sullivan Memorial, take a mesmerising look at the Dolphin Nose View Point, probe the Bison Park, and inspect the Ralliah Dam.

 

5 Terrific Summer Getaways Beyond South India

Shimla

Shimla

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Get your dose of summer snow at this erstwhile capital of British India. Be awed by the Tudorbethan and Neo-Gothic architecture from the colonial era through the copious churches and buildings of importance. The Kalka-Shimla Railway line dating back to the British times is a must-see allurement that is also listed among UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. The capital of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla is also host to the MTB Himalaya mountain biking race, considered to be the biggest event of its kind in South Asia.

 

Rishikesh

Rishikesh

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Introduce yourself to the mighty Himalayas at Rishikesh, known as the ‘Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas’. Not just a splendid hill station, the place in Uttarakhand is also a crowd pleaser for yoga enthusiasts, being known as ‘Yoga Capital of the World’. Other than being a pilgrimage destination, it also has an adventurous side to it, providing an impeccable site for white water rafting, paragliding, and skiing.

 

Darjeeling

Darjeeling

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Situated in West Bengal, Darjeeling is in demand during the summer months. The birth place of the world famous Darjeeling Tea, the place also has the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a UNESCO Heritage Site, which has one of the few remaining steam locomotives in India. Touted the ‘Queen of the Hills’, Darjeeling is the most leading tourist destination in the East of India, and according to the 2015 India Today survey, was the third most Googled tourist destination in India.

 

Dharamshala

Dharamshala

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Surrounded by a thick coniderous forest consisting of impressive Deodar trees, Dharamshala offers a peaceful retreat to enjoy quality time in communion with nature. In vogue with international tourists and hippies, the place important as the base of the Tibetan community in India, being the headquarters of Dalai Lama. The place is really famous for treks, with the most popular being the day trek to Triund, where you can also camp overnight.

 

Nainital

Nainital

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A classic hill station renowned since the colonial era, Nainital has been an exalter summer retreat for Indian and international travellers. Nainital Lake, Naini Peak, Snowview Point, Gurney House, Naini Devi Temple, Cave Garden, Sat Tal, Hanumangarhi, Mall Road, are some of the most extraordinary features of the place. Well-equipped libraries are also another characteristic attraction of the place.

 

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These 8 Apps In Your Phone Will Replace Your Travel Agent

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Here are some of the best travel apps that you can use to sort out your travel plans

Gone are the days when you consulted a travel agent and assented to the itinerary that the agency created for you, which would often be mostly a hurried tour around just the touristy places with little or not much time to actually experience the places. With changing times comes change in methods and travelling has become smart now. Information is available at your fingertips and you can now be your own planner.

However, with knowledge being easily available and with an overload of it, it can become difficult to streamline it and you can face further problems of deciding who to rely upon. A simple search on the internet yields numerous results, often with varied and sometimes conflicting facts.

Here are some apps that help ease your procedure of finalising your sojourn.

Goibibo

Goibibo

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Choose this app for the cheapest deals on hotels, resorts, and other forms of stays. It gives massive discounts making even luxury stays affordable. Easy to use and meticulously ordered, it displays all the information related to the stays, along with detailed user reviews. What’s more, registering on the app gives you added cash into your account, and everytime a contact of yours books through the app, you get an additional Rs 50.

Makemytrip

Makemytrip

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One of the most widely used and reliable apps to book your travels, Makemytrip is known to offer some of the cheapest air fares. Its prompt notifications alert the users of dips and rises in air fares, enabling the traveller to plot their journey better. It also displays the airfares of future months which makes planning considerably easier.

CouchSurfing

Couchsurfing

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A most innovative concept that has taken over the world of travellers across the globe, CouchSurfing is for the wayfarer who loves to experience the local culture, lifestyle, and mingle with natives. The system enables the traveller to stay with a local host for free, and is based on interaction and sharing of cultures, knowledge, and stories.

RedBus

Redbus

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This is a highly convenient app that allows quick booking when you want to travel by bus over long distances. The app is clean in presentation and clutter-free, allowing you to select your choice of bus, ranging from Ordinary to Luxury. You can also choose your seat and the pickup and drop stops.

Tripoto

Tripoto

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This is an app version of the hugely popular travel blog by the same name. It has a huge repository of articles written by actual travellers who present you their experiences of travelling to places around India. The articles are well-written and highly detailed, with tips and guides, assisting you in your research regarding a place.

Wikiloc

wikiloc

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A friend of trekking and hiking enthusiasts, this app aids you in recording a hiking trail in real time. You can then store it and upload it so that it can be used as guide by other hikers using the trail. The app documents details such as altitude and terrain as well.

Ola Cabs

ola

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A cheaper alternative to Uber, this cab service is highly useful for travel within the city. Unlike Uber, it offers more options in a wider range of fares. But how it scores over Uber is that it offers Ola Auto service, which charges Rs 29 upto 4kms. Easy to book and keep track of during the ride, it is safe, economical, and quick.

Zomato

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Travelling to a new place but don’t know where to eat? Search on Zomato, the app which has a database on all the best eating spots within cities. With a vast presence all across the globe, the app gives you a whole host of options that you can choose from according to your budget, choice of cuisine, the kind of establishment you want to eat at – café, restaurant, bar, etc. It also has extensive reviews from diners, images of the eatery and the food, along with the menu, and additional details such as availability of wifi, outdoor eating, takeaway, timings, etc.

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World Heritage Day: Here ‘s A Look At The 6 Best Heritage Sites In Kerala

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From Kasaragode to Kanyakumari, Kerala is known for its rich cultural heritage, natural beauty, and breathtaking sites. The state is home to some of the best heritage sites in South India and provides an ecstatic experience for travellers and locals who are interested in witnessing these wonders

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Kerala is richly endowed with heritage buildings, structures, and sites, all of which are having very unique architectural and aesthetic importance. The heritage sites are not just monuments, but include buildings, artifacts, structures, areas of historical significance, aesthetic, architectural, cultural and environmental significance and even traditional skills. Some of these age-old structures speak about a fascinating period from Kerala’s charming past, drawing countless history fanatics, archaeology lovers and art & architecture enthusiasts from all across the globe. If you are also amongst those who get amazed by the beauty and history of the ancient buildings and monuments, a trip to Kerala is definitely a must for you.  Not many know that this beautiful state has been a major contributor to India’s rich culture and history. We have shortlisted 6 heritage sites in Kerala which may definitely fascinate you and make you want to visit them.

Bekal Fort, Kasaragod

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Bekal fort is more than 300 years old and is believed to have been built by Sivappa Naik of the Ikkeri dynasty in1650. There is also another belief that it was originally built by Kolathiri Rajas and later captured by Sivappa Naik. The fort was occupied by Hyder Ali in 1763 AD and later by British. Bekal fort is one of the largest and best preserved Fort in the whole of Kerala, bordered by a magnificent beach.  The fort is built on 35 acre headland on the shores of Arabian Sea, rising to a height 130 feet. Bekal Fort is among the top visited locations in Kerala. The Hanuman temple near the entrance and the ancient Muslime mosque situated near the fort, hold testimony to the age-old religious harmony that prevailed in the area.

Eddakal Caves, Wayanad:

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Situated an altitude of 4000 feet, these caves were discovered by Fred Fawcett, the then Superintendent of Police of the Malabar district in 1890, during his hunting trip to Wayanad. The name ‘Edakkal’ literally means ‘a stone in between’. It is the only place with Stone Age carvings in South India. The carvings belonging to Neolithic and Mesolithic Age include ancient stone scripts, ancient weapons, symbols, animal figures and human beings. The rock surface is filled with motifs and one can see figures, crosses, triangles, tridents, various animals and human figures. Edakkal Caves is one of the most visited places in Wayand.

Tellicherry Fort, Thalassery:

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Tellicherry Fort is located in Thalassery town of Kannur District of Kerala India. The fort was built in 1708 by the British East India Company to establish a stronghold on the Malabar coastline. It is a testament to the impressive engineering skills of  the British engineers and designers, the fort encloses a number of secretive tunnels and underground chambers that once served as hiding burrows for the defeated British military personnel. This historical fort today, is maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India and indeed, they have done a great job, making it an absolute delight for visitors who have a affinity for history and architecture. So, if you are also amongst those avid history buffs, a visit here definitely has to be marked on your travel itineraries.

Kappad Beach, Kozhikode:

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Vasco da Gama landed on Indian soil on 27th May 1498 at Kappad beach, Kozhikode along with 170 men. There is a monument on the beach that commemorates the landmark event of Vasco da Gama’s arrival. This marked the beginning of a new era in the relationship between the Indians and the Portuguese which lasted for 4 to 5 centuries. The beach is ideal for relaxing and playing around with sand. Devi Temple, which is believed to be 800 years old, is situated on top of a rock near the beach. Sunset is a great site to watch here, in the combination of Sea and River.

Vadakkunnathan temple, Thrissur

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Vadakkunnathan Temple, an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva in the city of Thrissur. It exemplifies impressive Kerala type of architectural style that is quite appropriate for regions where rains are vigorous. The temple has a beautiful ”Kuttambalam” – separate temple theatre for dances, etc., and monumental towers on all four cardinal directions. Vadakkunnathan Temple is the main venue of the famous Thrissur Pooram festival held every year in the month of April or May. This festival attracts more than a lakh of people, including many foreigners.  The festival goes on for seven days.

Palakkad Fort, Palakkad:

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The Palakkad Fort in Kerala is a beautiful historical monument that has gently integrated its high walls with its surrounding green gardens. One of the most well-preserved forts in the state of Kerala, the Palakkad fort was built in the 1766 AD by Hyder Ali, after which the fort was taken over and renovated by British in 1790. The fort is protected by Archeological Survey of India. And even today, the tough walls of the fort speak volumes about the stories of Tipu Sultan. The fort is square in shape, with massive walls and strong bastions in all four corners and in the middle. It is among the best preserved forts in South India. The thick laterite walls impress all who view it. A large ground that lies between the Fort and the Palakkad town hall is an important location for public meetings and important functions. Today it is a protected monument under the Archaeological Survey of India. It is a preferred picnic spot for everyone visiting Palakkad.

 

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6 Travel Journals To Record Your Memories This Summer

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Choose among these different kinds of diaries to set down your experiences through words or art

With the travel season starting full on, there are several ways you would like to record your journeys and vacations. Camera junkies would love to fill albums with selfies and GoPro videos, digital nomads prefer to share their experiences through their travel blogs and social media. However, one of the best ways to document your impressions would be to go the old school way with travel journals. Bring out the writer or artist in you with these cool travel diaries where you can pour your heart out.

Classic diary

Classic Travel Diary

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The conventional old school notebook that evokes simplicity, the classic diary is for the no-nonsense traveller who just wants to pen down their travel stories and important information. Hassle-free, it is no-fluff, non-fancy, and less expensive.

Handmade Paper Diary

Handmade paper travel journal

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One that appeals to the artistic wayfarer, handmade paper diaries emit an innate beauty that reflects a creative soul. It is also apt for those who like to sketch or paint their stories, as the textured paper lends a natural touch.

Leather-bound Journal

Leather bound

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For the tourist with a taste, leather-bound books ooze meticulousness and a penchant for refinement. Generally expensive, the notebook may even be heavy sometimes, so be careful if you want to travel light.

Snug Button Diary

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The scrupulous adventurer would appreciate a button-up binder that helps keep their pages organised and orderly. A creative button, usually with a soft cover, adds an artistic touch to the memo book.

Spiral bound notebook

Spiral

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For the dreamy writer who often gets lost in reveries of the day past, a spiral bound journal would be perfect to keep the book in place without having to fold the middle. It also helps when you want to write or draw, often with a cup of coffee or a bowl of noodles to accompany you.

Vintage metal cover

Metal cover

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One for the old soul who appreciates the classical, a metal cover diary exudes a feel of class. Stand out with this stylish piece which will protect your memories and experiences in a safe casing for years to come.

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