5 Amazing places to spend holidays with Yoga, Nature & leisure

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Rishikesh, Yoga & More

Rishikesh is one of the most beautiful and holy city to Hindu in Uttrakhand, also known as Hrishikesh. It is located in the foothills of The Great Himalayas in northern India. It has been the place of faith and belief for the Lord Vishnu from the ancient time so it is also known as pilgrimage city. Rishikesh is popular as the most prominent Yoga capital of the world. Since ancient time, the Hindu saints and savages or maharishi have been visited here to meditate in an exploration of deep and higher spiritual knowledge. It has been given the first title as “twin national heritage” in India by the union government. Rishikesh hosts the “annual international yoga festival “on the first week of March since 1989. The Ganga is the holiest river in India flows through the Rishikesh to the rest of the country. This is the place where the river leaves the Shivalik mountains in the Himalayas and flows into the plains of northern India. Rishikesh is the city where so many ancient and new temples located along the banks of Ganga. It is the safest tourist place and always welcome all the yogis from around the world. You can also join the Yoga teacher training Rishikesh and start the journey to explore the great Himalayas range through different activities i.e. trekking, camping, river rafting, etc. a lot more waiting for you here in Rishikesh.

Goa, Yoga, Surfing& Night life

Goa is one of the prettiest state on the southwestern coast of India. It is the smallest state by the area. Its culture is influenced by the Portuguese due to several years regime. Like as other states of India, Goa is diversified state too including religion, here we can see the beautiful temples, mosques, and churches that are historic and new as well. Panji is the capital of Goa, while Vasco da gama is its largest city. A long time of the Portuguese regime has been most influenced its culture. Goa is among most visited places of India having both the domestic and international tourists for its world heritage listed architecture, yoga, nightlife, white sand beaches and places of worship. The Western Ghats, which form most of eastern Goa, have been internationally recognized as one of the biodiversity hotspots of the world. In the February 1999 issue of National Geographic Magazine, Goa was compared with the Amazon and Congo basins for its rich tropical biodiversity like species flora and fauna. Goa is also known for its coconut cultivation.

In addition, one of the biggest tourist attraction is water sports in Goa.  Beaches like Baga and Calangute offer jet-skiing, parasailing, banana boat rides, water scooter rides, surfing and many more except variety and attractive landscape, rolling hills, azure waters, and golden sand beaches, Goa provides also the best atmosphere to relax mind and body through the yoga having its coastal area. Dudhsagar is also a stunning waterfall to see that is located on the border of Goa and Karnataka on the Mandovi river. So, hey you fun and peace-loving people what are you waiting for. A beautiful Goa is ready with its open heart to welcome you here in the coming days.

Shimla, Hill’s View, Peace, Yoga and More :-

Shimla is one among the famous tourists hub in India. This territory was named Shimla after the Hindu goddessShayamala Devi an embodiment of kali. In 1864 British regime, Shimla was declared as the summer capital of India. It retains this position now as well Shimla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh. It is the predominant cultural, commercial and educational Centre of state. In the British era, the climatic conditions attracted them a lot to locate the city in the dense forest of the Great Himalaya. From the colonial era, Shimla has been the home to a number of buildings that are styled in the Tudorbethan and neo-Gothic architectures dating, also multiple temples and churches. The provincial architecture, temples, churches and natural beauty of the city enthralls tourist utmost. Centre of the attraction here include the Christ church, the Jakhootemple, the mall road, the Viceroy Lodge and UNESCO World Heritage Site also a major tourist attraction. Having its lofty territory, Shimla hosts the mountain biking race MTB Himalaya, started in 2005 and is targeted as the biggest event of its type in South Asia. Shimla has the largest natural ice skating rink in South Asia as well. This is one among the places in India to practice yoga in the foothills of Himalaya where you are surrounded by the low hills and forest is perfect place for tourists. Doing yoga with nature peace gives a deep calm to body and mind after the long time hectic works of our life. So get ready to go here to give your life a peaceful boost.

Kerala, Lakes, Boat House, Ayurveda

Kerala is the twenty second largest state in India. It is a state located on the south western Malabar Coast of India. Kerala is also known as the land of coconuts due to affluent coconut trees over here. It has been a primary exporter of spices since 3000 BCE, according to Sumerian records and it is referred to as “Spice Garden of India”. Kerala is a mixture of heritage and modern city flavor from Portuguese, British, Arabian and Chinese. Cultures and traditions with varied demographics, have made the Kerala one of the most prominent tourist destination in India. National Geographic’s traveler magazine named this state as one of the ten paradise of the world and 50 must see destination of life time.

The Beaches, Backwaters, Lakes, Mountain ranges, Waterfalls, Ancient ports, Palaces, Religious institutions, and Wildlife sanctuaries are a major fascination here for both domestic and international tourists. Kochi is a city in Kerala which is ranked first in the total number of international and domestic tourists. Kerala is well known for its ecotourism includes Trekking, Mountaineering, Bird watching programs, hill station popular for endless green meadows, an amusement park with tea museum and many more activities. Most of the biodiversity has been protected in the Western Ghats including flora and fauna. Additionally, Kerala is one of the most famous destination for Yoga. It is a place where many yoga seeker and aspirants, as well as masters and sages, came to learn and teach. For fascinating experience, you can try yoga on beaches, getting the benefit of the sun, the sand, and water, a superior three in one and a lot more to do.

Dharmshala, Beautiful Cricket Stadium, snow and more

Dharamshala has been declared as the second capital of Himachal Pradesh state in India. It was formerly known as Bhagsu, named after the ancient Shiva Temple. It is a residence of Dalai Lama and the headquarters of the Central Tibetan Administration. It is a municipal corporation city near Kangra Valley and surrounded by dense forest consisting mostly of stately Deodar cedar trees. A tea garden is located here and its tea known as Dharamshala or Kangra Tea, is very popular across the India and rest of the world. Dharamshala has been a place for both Hinduism and Buddhism to meditate and relax for a long time and several monasteries have been established there in the past, by Tibetan immigrants. Dharamshala is a winter capital of Himachal Pradesh. It is also one of the popular places for bird watching in India. The HCPA International Stadium is located in here as well. It is beautiful to see, the location in foothills of Himalaya with snow covered mountains. Dhararmshala is dazzling place to have Macleod Ganj,Tsuglagkhang complex, NamgyalMonastery, Kareri Dal Lake, Bhagsunag Temple, Bhagsunag Waterfalls, Gyuto Monastery, Kangra fort, Kangra Art Museum, Masroor Rock Cut Temple, Naddi Village, St. John In The Wilderness Church, Library of Tibetan works and Archives and many more. Here you can do so many fun loving activities to do like Paragliding, Trekking at Triund, camping and lot more.

Furthermore, Dharamshala is also the best place for Yoga. The gorgeous surroundings and the spiritual diligence of it makes the destination for an ideal yoga retreat. Guto Monastery is the best place for meditation and relaxation. This is the ultimate place to do yoga in the lap of nature. It is an outstanding feeling or peace to be part of it.

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2 thoughts on “5 Amazing places to spend holidays with Yoga, Nature & leisure

  1. I loved the article, keep updating interesting articles. I will be a regular reader of your website. I am offering 200, 300 and 500-hours Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh, Yoga Course Rishikesh, as well as Yoga for Beginners and Yoga Retreats.

  2. Last year i have visited Rishikesh and i can say visiting this place not only give you a peace of mind but also this city have many options of enjoying the holidays. Spending time on the riverside of the Ganges is one of the great experience.

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