With travel to Vietnam and the infamous Halong Bay becoming more and more frequent, it’s no surprise that the returning travelers may find themselves craving for some authentic Vietnamese cuisine. Thankfully, Pho 101 has emerged to provide a solution.
Kashmir (India) is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places on earth – in fact, locals and tourists alike have labeled it lovingly “Heaven on Earth” and this name truly does do justice to the awe-inspiring beauty of this place! With that in mind, Feetpin Travel brings to you our recommended 07 Day itineraries series. This particular itinerary focuses on the unbridled beauty of Kashmir!
For anyone planning to head to Kashmir (India), your first stop will invariably and most likely be the beautiful city of Srinagar, which is also where your flight will land. Once you are done with the Airport formalities, enjoy the butterflies within your stomach whilst your rented car speeds towards beautiful Srinagar.
Commonly referred to as “The Valley of the Shepherd”, Pahalgam is truly paradise for nature-lovers, looking for soulful serenity. The journeys to the different destinations mentioned below will take you through wonderfully hilly roads, from where you will also be able to witness the cascading beauty of the gorgeously clear Lidder River. Without further ado, let us now check out what beauties Pahalgam has to offer, shall we?
Nestled between India, Nepal and Myanmar, lies the unique country of Bangladesh – a country that very few tourists know about: the land of smiles, the land of the royal Bengal tiger, the season of kites battling each other in the sky, the paradise waiting for bird-watchers to visit, the acres and acres of tea gardens mingling with waterfalls nearby, the numerous tribal villages with their unique customs and way of life, the longest beach in the world – the list goes on and on.
There are some other amazing attractions to visit in Pokhara, but we decided to skip them because we opted for the adventure activities that Pokhara had to offer. The beauty of Pokhara lies in its easy accessibility. Everything within the centre of Pokhara is easily accessible by foot, and the views of the lake will ensure that you don’t feel tired or fatigued.
At 6 am on the dot, we followed our guide to a small bus which was to be our 3 hour ride to the Last Resort. With scenic views along the way and a delightful mid-way tea break spot, the ride was flawless and before we knew it, we had reached our destination.
The Philippines absolutely stole my heart when I visited it earlier this year. Even a 22 days vacation left me wanting more, and sobbing on my last night at Manila.