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7 Best Clifftop Hotels In The World You'd Love To Visit


7 Best Clifftop Hotels In The World You'd Love To Visit

Planning an international trip? Here are some of the world’s best clifftop hotels that will let you enjoy your stay with breathtaking views of unspoiled nature and mesmerizing oceans.

Here is a list of the world's best cliff top hotels with breath taking views of nature:


1. Monastero Santa Rosa, Italy

2. Cape View Clifton (Cape Town)

3. Cliff House Hotel, Ireland

4. Post Ranch Inn,USA

5. Mystique, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Greece.

6. Bulgari Resort Bali, Indonesia

7. Alila Jabal Akhdar, Oman



Everyone's Dream - A Super Yatch


Everyone's Dream - A Super Yatch

There are probably a million ways to spend your hard-earned money. And if you have a large amount to spare, would you not want to do it in style? What you will see now will require both in equal quantity, money and style that is. An Italian designer has come up with this next-level superyacht concept that will make your jaws drop. 

Moving on, so, this superyacht would have its master suite that includes a bar, dining area and an infinity pool perched on a tower, 125 ft above water.

Imagine the unparalleled views the owner would be able to enjoy! This radical concept yacht has been named Sheddai. And if you are a stickler for privacy, this might just be the investment for you.

Designer Gabriel Teruzzi said "From here you can reach the feeling of a higher power, surrounded by the immensity of the sea and sky, reaching the clouds where everything reflects his place in the world: at the top. 

"Furthermore, the infinity pool produces a visual effect of water with no boundary, merging with the sky." Teruzzi added. 

There would be a beach club on the lower deck that will be united with the main deck by an infinity pool with a glass floor. 



Mussoorie - Queen Of The Hills


Mussoorie - Queen Of The Hills

Mussoorie is a hill station and a municipal board in the Dehradun District of the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is located about 35 km from the state capital of Dehradun and 290 km north from the national capital of New Delhi. From an altitude of more than 6150 ft, views of Doon Valley, the surrounding hills and greenery could be glimpsed from anywhere one stands in Mussoorie. 

Some of the major Tourist attractions are:

Lake Mist - Just 5 Km before reaching Kempty Falls, tourist can get the feel of starting of great times at Lake Mist on Mussoorie holidays.

Happy Valley - One place and many lures- the valley in itself is grandeur to look at, but it also leads to Cloud's End and Hathipaon Park Estate and has Library, IAS Academy, Tibetan Temple and Municipal Garden.

Falls - Various falls are known for accentuating the appeal of Mussourie and some of the well known names are Kempty Falls, Jharipari Falls, Bhatta Falls and Mossy Falls.

Cloud's End - Denoting the geographical end of the Mussoorie the point is becomes a great vantage point for the sights this hill station has to offer.

Lal Tibba - Touted to be the highest point of Mussoorie, the place now has a namesake at a little lower altitude, well known point to picnic.

Things to do:

Feeling of being stationary while the world at an altitude seems to be moving can introduce to an out of the world feeling, especially when done for the first time. Accessing Gun hill from Cable Car is one of the activities that family can do together and give that feel. Those who life some physical activity, trekking excursions and camping are also available from Mussoorie, organized often by adventure companies on this location.


Winters are chilling, as is common with any hill station; but something in the setting of sun is not at all common. Purple, yellow, orange, red and mauve spread splendid shades as sun leaves for its night's nap during mid October to January, the phenomenon being called 'Winter Line'.

March to June are months of summers that are cooler by all the standards of heat of plains. Freewheeling in The Mall, taking a trekking trip and more such activities are more appealing during this time. Monsoons from July to September are difficult often causing landslide; hence preferably avoided.

September to June thus remains the best time for traveling Mussoorie for all ages and groups of individuals.

So Are You Ready To Visit Queen Of The Hills?



7 Gorgeous Places In India That Are So Underrated You Will Feel Sad!


7 Gorgeous Places In India That Are So Underrated You Will Feel Sad!

How about taking the road less travelled this vacation? Check out these seven gorgeous yet underrated, unexplored places in India which are worth exploring this season. And how about starting your journey by taking a flight to your destination.


1. Mandu, Madhya Pradesh

The romantic Mandu is one of the hidden gems in Madhya Pradesh and is worth visiting, especially during the monsoons. When here, do not miss Songadh, Jahaz Mahal, and Sagar Talao Group, all within the enclosed area of the fort.

USP: Catch the romantic beauty of Mandu under the rains while you take a lesson or two in history.
Getting there: Indore is the nearest airport and railhead at 99 km (2 hours).

2. Gandikota Gorge, Andhra Pradesh

Gandikota, popularly referred to as India’s Grand Canyon, is a beautiful gorge formed in between the Eramala Hills in Andhra Pradesh. The main attraction of this place is the canyon which is breathtakingly beautiful and serene.

USP: USP is the canyon itself and that you can camp here just adds to the charm!
Getting there: The nearest airports are Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Tirupati, and Chennai (all 300-400 km away). Kadapa is the nearest railhead (80 km) and there are regular buses from cities of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka to Proddatur and Jammalamadugu (45 minutes distance).

3. Chaktara, Uttarakhand

The quaint, little Chakrata is one of the army cantonment hill stations in India, which still retains the charm from original days when it was established by Colonel Hume and fellow officers, some 125 years ago.

Time seems to stand still in Chakrata’s narrow bazaar and its teashops, where groups of elderly paharis discuss the state of Indian politics over endless cups of sugary tea. Chakrata is ideal for those who want to do nothing more than relaxing in the mountain sunshine, or tackle one of the many treks around the area.

USP: The unspoilt Himalayan beauty and the lovely walks!
Getting there: Dehradun and Mussoorie are the two preferred spots for getting to Chakrata.

4. Mandawa, Rajasthan

The pretty Mandawa is a new star on the tourist map, all thanks to Bollywood blockbusters like PK and Bajrangi Bhaijaan, which were shot here. The place is famous for its forts and havelis and has become one of the most sought after offbeat destinations in Rajasthan.

Mandawa Fort is the most striking architectural piece of the place along with some of the popular havelis such as Goenka Double Haveli, Murmuria Haveli, and Jhunjhunwala Haveli. Next thing that you should not miss is the Thakurji Temple, not just because it is an amazing temple but also because of the murals depicting the soldiers being shot from the mouths of cannons reflecting on the Mutiny of 1857.

USP: For a date with the history, plan a trip to Mandawa.
Getting there: 250 km from Delhi, you can directly book a cab to Mandawa.

5. Mawlynnong, Meghalaya

Tiny Mawlynnong is cited as the model village of Meghalaya and the ‘cleanest village in India’. 
Walking through the village, you’ll see well-tended garden paths, with cane basket bins placed along the way, houses with manicured gardens.

You can visit the living root bridge of Riwai village, a short, 10-minute hike away. Further ahead are Lyndew Falls and Nairiang Falls. Dawki (20 km) is the last village on the Indian side, along the Umngot River.

USP: Well, the title says it all– The Cleanest Village in India!
Getting there: Shillong’s Umroi Airport is the nearest one at a distance of 100 km.

6. Shoghi, Himachal Pradesh

Shoghi is an unassuming, roughly 2-km stretch whose highlights are the warm people and the natural beauty it is surrounded by. It is more than just an affordable, quiet alternative to Shimla, one of the most famous hill stations in Himachal Pradesh.This is a temple country as well with temples like Tara Devi, Hanuman Temple, and a peaceful Kali Temple.

USP: It’s an ideal place to chill. Turn off your phone and listen to the forest.
Getting there: Nearest airport is Jubbarhatti Airport (37 km, 2 hours) and the nearest railhead is Kalka (75 km, around 3 hours).

7. Unakoti, Tripura

The name ‘Unakoti’ is a Bengali word, meaning one less than a crore. It is a Shaivite pilgrim spot full of ancient rock-cut sculptures and stone carvings. Apart from its religious significance, the place is also a tourist magnet because of its surrounding natural beauty with rolling mountains, lush greenery, and waterfalls.The best time to visit Unakoti is from October to May when the town is flocked by millions of devotees who take part in the Ashokastami fair, the largest of its kind in the town.

USP: For all those who love exploring heritage sites with an aura of tranquility.
Getting there: 178 km from Agartala, 8 km from Kailashahar. The nearest railhead is Kumarghat, about 20 km away. You can get a cab or a state bus from there.

* Feeling Sad Already *



10 Amazing Places To Visit Before You Turn 40


10 Amazing Places To Visit Before You Turn 40

Everyone wants to travel the world and visit the beautiful sites, but with so many places to visit where do you start? Here we come to you with the list of 10 most incredibly super awesome places to visit around the world, before you die. See which places our readers like the best, and vote for your favorites.


1. Whitehaven Beach, Australia

Whitehaven Beach is known for its white sands. The Beach is a 7 km stretch along Whitsunday Island. The island is accessible by boat from the mainland tourist ports of Airlie Beach and Shute Harbour, as well as Hamilton Island. The Beach was named the top Eco Friendly Beach in the world by Dogs are not permitted on the beach and cigarette smoking is prohibited.

2. Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Hawaii

A fantastic lobby with waterfalls and pools greets visitors to this lush Kaanapali resort where the impressive scenery, friendly service, fabulous spa and awesome swimming pools are the highlights. The Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Ka’anapali is located along a breathtaking stretch of the gorgeous, white-sand Ka’anapali Beach.

3. The Fairy Pools on the Isle of Skye, Scotland

If you are backpacking in Scotland generally or are planning a trip to the Isle of Skye then I heartily recommend that you visit the so-called Fairy Pools.The Fairy Pools is located in Cuillins Hills, Isle of Skye, Scotland. The Fairy Pools are a series of clear, cold pools and waterfalls formed as Allt Coir’ a’ Mhadaidh tumbles down from the foothills of the Black Cuillins into Glen Brittle.

4. Marble Caverns of Carrera Lake, Chile

Azure temple, Lake General Carrera in Patagonia, Chile, A natural wonder that could be the world’s most beautiful cave network. An Azure Temple created by nature, the walls of this network of water-filled marble caverns show just how magnificent the precious geography of our planet can be.

5. The Shahara Bridge, Yemen

This bridge was constructed in 17th century to connect towns at the tops of mountains in the state of Yemen. Shahara Bridge built to fight against Turkish invaders. It’s a scary bridge and a popular tourist attraction.

6. Havasu Falls, Grand Canyon National Park

Havasu Falls is paradise on Earth. This is an absolutely amazingly beautiful waterfall located in a remote canyon of Arizona. The spectacular waterfalls and isolated community within the Havasupai Indian Reservation attract thousands of visitors each year. The Havasupai are intimately connected to the water and the land. This blue- green water is sacred to the Havasupai.

7. Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon, Iceland

Fjaðrárgljúfur is a canyon in south east Iceland which is up to 100 m deep and about 2 kilometres long, with the Fjaðrá river flowing through it. It is located near the Ring Road, not far from the village of Kirkjubæjarklaustur.The canyon was created by progressive erosion by flowing water from glaciers through the rocks and palagonite over millennia.

8. Arang Kel, Neelum Valley, Kashmir, Pakistan

A Breathtaking, Lush Green Village In Neelum Valley, Kashmir. Situated at the hill top near Kel, about 1500 feet ascend from River Neelam. It is also a village full of beautiful sceneries. It is a piece of utmost beauty, one can find in Kashmir. Visit Neelum Valley for Arang Kel, a worth visiting place.

9. The Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland

This beautiful avenue of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century. The Dark Hedges is one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland and a popular attraction for tourists from across the world. It was intended as a compelling landscape feature to impress visitors.

10. Coast near Marsa Matruh, Egypt

Mersa Matruh is a major Egyptian tourist resort and serves as a getaway resort for Europeans as well as Cairenes eager to flee the capital in the sweltering summer months. It is served by Mersa Matruh Airport. The city is known for its white soft sands and calm transparent waters.

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