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Because of covid 19, every single person is stuck in a home for seven months. they know very well family is more important but travel independence is also important in their life. so now lockdown is over everything is open that’s why each and everyone wanted to go vacation some relaxing place so here is top 5 exciting cities in India to without covid-19 negative test go for fresh your mood.

1.GOA

 

Goa, no wonder that we all want to visit there to experience its beauty. It’s a Fun-land fill up with lively things. It is India’s west coast paradise. The ambiance of Goa is exhilarating and it feels like there’s magic in its air.
I cannot describe how gorgeous it is in its every way. I love to be here and I don’t know from where should I start to admire it. It’s an amazing city and that’s why since childhood, a friend’s gang has a dream to get their madness live in Goa. Right ??
Goa is one of the most favorite destinations of the Indians as well as international tourists.
Tourists typically know Goa as North and South Goa; the former being the place to be if you’re looking forward to a “happening” holiday, and the latter, if you need a more relaxing respite from your hectic lifestyle. Whether you’re planning a family holiday, a quick weekend getaway with friends or looking to spend some cherished moments with that special someone, Goa has all the ingredients for a perfect holiday recipe. 

Place to go in GOA

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  1. BEACHES: Goa has well over 25 amazing beaches ranging from a full-of-life party. destinations to serene and peaceful ones. North Goa offers sprightly beaches like Baga, Calangute, Anjuna, and Arambol, that necklace the northern coastline with tons of shacks buzzing with life, serving lip-smacking delicacies from the Konkan cuisine with cocktails and mocktails to go along; Goa’s beaches make your holiday experience complete.
  2. Chapora Fort:- Chapora Fort first got noticed in the movie Dil Chahta Hai. This ancient fort in North Goa offers splendid views of the adjoining Vagator beach and overlooks the Arabian Sea from all angles. The fort is located on top of a hillock with slopes on all sides, and though it is almost in ruins now, it doesn’t stop visitors from standing where Bollywood stars once did!
  3. Basilica de Bom Jesus in Goa: This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a church in Old Goa, extremely popular throughout the Roman Catholic world. One of the most important attractions here is the mortal remains of the missionary Saint Francis Xavier. The grand interiors will leave you awestruck the moment you enter.

 

 

Famous food in Goa

  1. Vindaloo: Fiercely spicy gravy that is a hot favorite in Goan households, this preparation can be made using chicken, pork, mutton, or prawns. The usage of vinegar and sugar adds a distinctive flavor to the gravy.
  2. Crab Xec: Yet another fiery preparation from the Konkan kitchen, Crab Xec Xec is made by cooking crabs in a thick gravy of tamarind, red chilies, and coconut. It is best served with steamed or boiled rice, which is a staple in Goan households.
  3. Bebinca: A popular Goan, East Indian, and Mangalorean dessert, Bebinca is a pudding with 7 layers (or more!) made of flour, eggs, sugar, coconut milk, and cardamom-nutmeg powder. It’s a must buy for friends back home!

 

When to go

 

Goa gets a second surge of visitors at the end of April / beginning of May as the Indian school summer holidays start.
Goa is one of the safest (and most liberal) areas of India to visit. The biggest things to watch out for are being ripped off by Goa’s business-minded taxi drivers and market vendors (practice your haggling skills)! Women, especially solo women should stay off beaches at night and put our general advice for solo females to travel in India to practice.
Mid-November to Mid-February: This is the perfect time to relax on the beaches and for other outdoor activities in Goa. December is the time when Goa witnesses one of its most popular festivals, Sunburn, besides extensive Christmas and New Year celebrations and is home to lakhs of visitors from across the world.

Getting there

 

By Air: Dabolim Airport is 29 kilometres away from the state’s capital, Panjim. It is well connected by daily flights from Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Cochin and Bangalore.
By Train: The two major railheads in Goa are Madgaon and Thivim, which are well connected by trains from all over the country.
By Bus: There are a number of public as well as private bus operators in Goa, which offer options for intra-city and inter-city conveyance. KSRTC, MSRTC and KTC are some of the Government undertakings that operate from Panaji, Madgaon and Vasco Da Gama. Private bus operators include the likes of Neeta Tour and Travels, Paulo Travels and Naik Tours and Travels. Goa enjoys daily bus service from important cities like Mumbai and Pune.

 

Getting Around

 

Taxis:  Much of Goa is well-connected with roads that are in a good state of repair, and it is not hard to get good rates for taxis and rented cars as well. One can either book a taxi in advance from tour operators/taxi rentals or hire cabs on a direct payment basis from the airport or railway station.
Self-drive: Hiring cars and motorcycles on a self-drive basis is a popular transport option in Goa. This is one of the best and most economical ways to tour the beach capital on your own. Just grab a two-wheeler or four-wheeler by submitting ID proof and set off on the ultimate trip around Goa!

 

What to Pack:

  1. Light cotton clothes and a strong sunblock
  2. Caps and sunglasses which will come handy on the beaches and while sightseeing
  3. Swimming and beach gear
  4. Shoes if you plan to trek up one of the forts in Goa
While one facet of Goa is the tireless insomniac revelry, the other is a laid-back, old-world charm that Portuguese brought along in the 17th century. The churches, bungalows and cafes will excite you no less, if no more than sipping a refreshing drink by the beach. Old Goa has its own appeal, and it never fails to entice. Showered with numerous beaches facing the majestic Arabian Sea, Goa has more than enough to make you fall in love with it.

2. DARJEELING

The hilling history of Darjeeling in the Indian state of West Bengal for famous his natural beauty. it is the place where you can enjoy the beauty of the gorgeous Himalayas and mountain awesome forests. Darjeeling is famous for its romantic allure and offering respite from the heat of the plains, and among them, Darjeeling, Queen of Hill Stations, is one of the most charming. With emerald-green tea gardens spreading out in every direction, Raj-era architecture and traditional hotels, one of the last remaining toy trains wending its way up to the town, and mist-swirling ambiance, Darjeeling has a lot to offer visitors who are looking for something special.
The majority of the population is part Sikkimese, Tibetan, and Nepalese due to their bordering countries.
Many travelers love that Darjeeling offers a peaceful landscape. You won’t find Yoga Ashrams here, but Buddhist monasteries and sitting above the clouds lead to a lot of relaxation. Even though the roads and staircases leading to busy markets and the honking of jeep taxis letting you know to jump out of the way, Darjeeling still feels more relaxed than others part of India.

 

Place to go in DAEJEELING

Darjeeling is one of the best in India. it is a place where you can find old galena charm. there is a 2 part to places in Darjeeling first is UPPER DARJEELING AND SECOND IS LOWER DARJEELING
Upper Darjeeling is the slightly more touristy part of Darjeeling, with hotels, guesthouses, cafes, and shops catering a tad more to foreigners. Arriving, you’ll recognize it by its landmark Clock Tower.
UPPER DARJELING

  Upper Darjeeling has belonged for restaurant market malls temples.
  1. Nehru Road:- Where the tourist and locals mingle and buzz. It’s a road that’s lined with stores and restaurants and it leads up to Chowastra Square and Bhatia Mall Market. The road is hopping both, day and night. Chowastra Square is a large town square off Nehru Road, where locals hang out and enjoy nightly festivities. Explore the area from shopping to the Open Air Theater, the New Bhutia Market(aka Mall Market), or the surrounding area. The side I did not explore is said to have a temple and market. Popular Glenary’s Bakery Restaurant and Pub is a two storied white colonial building, where you can give your sweet tooth a western fix pastries, pizza, burgers, cakes, and it has one of the best connections for wifi. It’s been a landmark since British colonial days. Basement floor holds a fine dining restaurant. Glenary’s has the reputation as the best bakery in the Darjeeling district. Location: Nehru Road And many more place like New Bhutia Market or Mall Market.
2.The Tiger Hill Himalayan spectacle:- Seeing this sunrise from Tiger Hill was on my must-do list, and so was seeing Mount Everest. Everest is one of the peaks you can see from Tiger Hill (though it is much further away than Kanchendzonga and therefore much smaller). Kanchendzonga is the third highest mountain on earth, and it is so wide that it dominates the skyline in this part of India — that is, when it is visible. The mountain people say that the mountain chooses who it reveals itself to, so I feel blessed to have seen it at all.
3.Batasia Loop:- It is a most beautiful RAIL-part of the city The Batasia Loop is a spiral railway created to lower the gradient of ascent of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal, India. At this point, the track spirals around over itself through a tunnel and over a hilltop. It was commissioned in 1919.
4.GHOOM MONAATEARY:- It is a popular Buddhist shrine the popular name of Yiga Choeling
5.Darjeeling ZOO:- It is a very awesome and mindblowing zoological park
6.Pattabong Tea Estate And Happy Vally Tea Estate:- It is a two most famous tea garden.
7.Japanese Peace Pagoda:- A beautiful Budish temple made in Japanese architecture this is the most beautiful temple and you can find here a lovely murti in lard buddha and their top view is awesome and you can see the Kanchan Ganga here. 
8.Darjeeling rock garden and Ganga park garden, Lamahatta- famous for eco-tourism and you can find beautiful nature here, Happy Tea garden where you can walk freely….

 

Famous food in DARJEELING

 

  1. Thukpa: Thukpa is essentially a dish of Darjeeling but finds its roots in the Tibetan cuisine….
  2. The Traditional Nepali Thali: A Thali is a platter of various ranges of foods served on a single plate. The traditional Nepali Thali is an excellent combination of our daily lifestyle food, which retains its originality and delivers the customers some fantastic and delicious food.
  3.  The Naga Cuisine: The Naga cuisine is famous for its meats and fish which are often cooked through the process of smoking, fermenting, etc.
  4. Churpee, Momos, Aloo Dum, Sael Rotis, Chaag, Darjeeling Tea………

    When To Go

          Between March To May- Best way to explore Darjeeling in summer season…

           Between October To November- Winter season is also a best time to visit Darjeeling… 

Getting there

 

By Air: Darjeeling is 87 km from the nearest airport i.e. the Bagdogra airport via NH 31 whereas NH 55 takes you through a 69 km long route. Regular flights connect this small airport to other major cities of the country.
By Train:  Trains from across the country halt at New Jalpaiguri that is only 80 km from Darjeeling. Darjeeling is also connected by a toy train from New Jalpaiguri.
By Bus: Darjeeling is connected to Siliguri by road. The route via NH 55 is 64 km long and the route via NH 31 is 74 km long. This road trip is very beautiful.

 

What to Pack

  1. Light woolens for the evenings, like a light full sweater, shawl or a jacket.
  2. Normal dress wear is ok like jeans and t-shirt etc..
  3. Do not forget to take the socks with shoes and sneakers because if you believe in going out in the evening, then you will need it.

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