Wednesday, March 31, 2010

My wild adventure in holidays

Last summer my friends and I decided to go for wild adventure. But we can not decide where we go? Then we decide to go for Rajaji Park.
Welcoming all avid lover of Bird Watching, Rajaji National Park is having more than 400 species of Birds and during migration period of birds it gets flocking of migatory birds from Himalayas as well as all over the world. Bird watching is something, which is close to our heart and no guest returns without his share. Species-specific trips are organized on request. Hornbills, Red Jungle fowl, Sunbirds and Jungle Owlets are some of our permanent guests at the Camp.
Rajaji national Park is located between haridwar to dehradoon in uttarakhand.
Early morning we have gone to haridwar from Delhi. After 4 to 5 hours we reached at haridwar. Then we decide to stay in haridwar. We have take bath in holy Ganga at har-ki-paidi. It’s amazing. Then after we have take denier. Then go to the bed. Next early morning we get ready for Rajaji national park. It is too huge. We walk in the jungle, after breakfast now if you are book lover, we have a healthy collection of good Books pertaining to Bird Watching, Lunch in the afternoon and then we embark for Bird Watching in Rajaji National Park, after that we saw the elephants in Rajaji National park. Theyt are so many in Quantities. In the night Dinner and discussion on Birds with pals.
Next day we wake up in the early morning, after then we take breakfast and Lunch in the afternoon and then We embark for Bird Watching in Asan Barrage, An ideal location for migatory birds and himalayan birds, After evening tea a short trek inside Rajaji National Park for a session of Bird Watching, and In the night Dinner and stay.
now the time is back to home, we said good bye to Rajaji national park.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Go near to Beach for summer holidays

When summer came it take holidays with him and we have thinking about the holiday. Where we can spend over vacation? Last year I am also think that where we spend our vacation. It is the typical problem for us. We can not decide where we can go. After then we decide to go for Mumbai.
Next day we reserved our ticket for Mumbai and we packed our luggage. After two days we reached the Mumbai. We have book a hotel which is near juhu beach. Whole day we take rest. In the Evening we decide to go for Juhu beach.
After some time we reached at Juhu beach. It was too nice. We have never seen this type of spot. There are so many peoples was present at the beach. They are enjoying the beach and its beauty. We choose a place where we can stay at beach. After then we take bath in the sea.
As the Sun goes down, Juhu Beach cloaks in the feel of fun-fair, where local food stalls and ferry riders' horde the area. People also called this place also Chowpatty. Chowpatty is the most beautiful place.
The favorite dish of the chopatty is paw bhaji. Many people were enjoying the paw bhaji and coconut water. We have also taken the paw bhaji. It is very nice. After then we take coconut water. The sunset of the juhu beach was very beautiful. It was looking that sun is shadowing in the sea. The sea and sun is meeting to each other. We have full enjoyed the juhu beach. There are so many beaches in Mumbai. We went all beaches but no other beach was like juhu beach.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Tour to Gangotri for holiday

Ganga is the holy reaver for the hindu. Gangotri is the place from where the holy Ganga comes on the earth. Gangotri is located in Uttrakhand. The distance for haridwar to Gangotri is 300(approximately). It located at 3,048 m above sea level. It is situated at the Himalayan’s peak. Many peoples say that Bhagirath worship here for Ganga. At Gangotri there is a temple dedicated to Goddess Ganga and the sacred stone where Raja Bhagirath is believed to have worshipped Lord Shiva. The Gomukh glassier is 14 km. for away from the Gangotri. The temple of Gangotri is 300 year old approximately, and it renewedin 20th century. The height of the temple is 20feet. The structure of the temple was made by the white granite. In the winter the worship of this temple stopped and the worship held in village Mukhimat. In the Mukhimat temple has a natural rock of Shivlinga. Many people says that here the lord Shiva receive the holy Ganga in his locks.
The important palce you can see there that is Gangotri Temple, Gomukh glacier, Kedar Taal, Submerged Shivalinga, surya kunda, Vasuki Tal, Kalindikhal, Nandanvan.
You can choose the season of summer for the tour to gangotri. Summer season is the best season is the best season for your tour. The nearest airport for the Gangotri is Jolly Grant which is 26 km. long from Rishikesh. The nearest railway station is Rishikesh. If you want to travel by road firstly you go to Uttarkashi, then tehri Garhwal. It is 250 km. from the Rishikesh and 105 km. from the Uttarkashi.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

For Romantic Holiday Book Room in the Lake District

If you’re looking for some time out and to escape the big city smoke then the Lake District has some of the largest areas of unspoilt land in all of Western Europe and offers a complete contrast to the daily grind of many UK towns and cities. There is no better way to make the most of the surrounding beauty and peace and tranquillity by opting to have a self-catering holiday by renting a traditional cottage.

No matter how long you stay the Lake District is so vast that it has something for everyone so you can just as easily enjoy a completely isolated break to take in the wonders and natural beauty of your surroundings as you can participate in the plethora of outdoor activities that define much of the tourist offering in the area.

A self-catering break offers you a great deal of flexibility and with accommodation dotted amongst the traditional market towns of the area such as Keswick or Ambleside, sitting on the hillsides overlooking the magnificent "romantic" lake of Ullswater or within one of the most popular quaint local villages such as Grasmere, there is something to suit all tastes and budgets.

Lake District Cottages will traditionally be fully equipped with all mod-cons including home entertainment systems and televisions, as well as music systems in addition to kitchen white goods such as washing machines, dishwashers, microwaves and some many even have the added luxury of a hot tub. Many also offer catering as well as self-catering options giving you the flexibility to tailor your holiday depending on your needs. Cottage accommodation also offers more of a homely feel and many choose this type of accommodation particularly in the Lake District as a way of really experiencing local life that you simply do not get in larger hotel chains or resorts.

An average search of Holiday Cottages Lake District accommodation will provide a cross section of properties from the traditional thatched cottage that would sleep a family of 4, to a smaller modern cottage to sleep 2 or you can also find clusters of cottages to provide accommodation for larger groups of people within the same area.