If you can't go out, who says you can't get a VIRTUAL TOUR! So take a Virtual Tour of these famous six destinations of India.
The second wave of COVID-19 has hit us hard and made us more conscious before planning a holiday vacation. Travelling during the pandemic will not be good idea. The majority of the Indian States and the other countries have made it mandatory to produce a negative RTPCR test report and a health certificate issued after vaccination before travelling. So, as it has become pretty difficult to travel to other states or countries for a relaxing and rejuvenating holiday keeping in view the travel guidelines, a virtual tour has become a better solution.
Lovely Tiny Things have compiled six Indian Travel destinations that you can visit through a virtual experience. This virtual tour is budget-friendly and straightforward, too; all you require is a good speed Wi-fi so that your mobile data does not get exhausted in a one-go.
Pangong Tso, Ladakh
Pangong Tso (Pangong Lake), situated in Ladakh at an altitude of almost 4,350m above sea level, is the world's highest saltwater lake. It is famous for changing colour ability—the colour of the lake changes from blue to green to red. The lake is not for swimming and bathing, and the water is cold enough to freeze. Pangong Lake flows at a stretch of 135 km, of which one-third of the water body, i.e., 45km distance, is in Indian control, and the rest of the 90 km is under Chinese rule.
Please check the Virtual Tour Of Pangong Lake, Ladakh, to enjoy its mesmerising beauty. The video credit goes to Studio 7.
Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh
Dalhousie is one of the beautiful and serene places in India. No doubt why this famous Hill station is called 'Mini Switzerland'. It is a high-altitude town spread across five hills near the Dhauladhar range located in Himachal Pradesh. Dalhousie is famous for its pleasant weather and natural beauty. During winters, snowfall adds beauty to its high-peaked mountains.
The Virtual Tour of Dalhousie, Himachifulal Pradesh, will give you the feel of relaxation and calmness. The Youtube Video Credit goes to Kanishka Gupta.
Munnar in Kerala is a famous hill station located in the Western Ghats with an elevation of 1700 meters above sea level. Munnar has pleasant weather and climate all year round and looks extremely beautiful with its lush green hills and tea plantations. Its pristine valleys and mountains and exotic flora and fauna make Munnar one of the favourite destinations in South India.
The Virtual Tour of Munnar, Kerala, will take you to the Top 10 Tourist Places in Munnar. The video credits goes to Fab Hotels.
Ooty, Tamil Nadu
Ooty, a beautiful hill station in Tamil Nadu, lies in the Nilgiri hills and often been regarded as the 'Queens of the hills'. It is also known as Udhgamandalam and sometimes Ootacamund. Ooty is famous for its tea plantations. So this becomes a favourite place for every Tea lover! Avalanche Lake is one of the renowned tourist places in Ooty. It has a mesmerising landscape.
The Virtual Tour of Ooty, Tamil Nadu, has endless beauty and breathtaking places. The video credits go to Soof aul and Fuel.
Beautiful Beaches of Goa
It is a fact that Goa is famous for its overwhelming beaches, thrilling water sports and happening nightlife. All entertainment lovers must visit Goa at least once in their life. The architectural wonders, scrumptious seafood and stunning nightlife define Goa. Tourism is the primary business of Goans and it is a place that never lets you feel bored. So, if you are planning to visit Goa soon after this lockdown, you may refer: Travelling to Goa this Vacation for detailed idea.
Meanwhile enjoy this Virtual Tour of Goa. The video credits goes to Curly Tales.
The Indian state, Rajasthan has always been in the travel list for every travel-enthusiast. Rajasthan has got special essence in its hospitality that makes the traveller feel like back home. Jaisalmer, one of the town of the Indian state Rajasthan, is famous for its forts, spicy food and yes, the very own Thar Desert. The sunset point at Thar Desert is something to enjoy a nature's retreat. Jaisalmer, often called as the Golden City, is a must place to visit once in a lifetime. The phenomenal architecture of the Havelis, the kind hospitality, and the scrumptious authentic Rajasthani food are the ones that should not be missed. Enjoy this Virtual Tour of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan and feel the essence of Incredible India. The video credit goes to Amazing Places On Our Planet.
I hope you have enjoyed having a virtual tour of these six famous destinations of India. Until the pandemic situation gets over, Lovely Tiny Things suggests to stay at home and stay safe.
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