Palolem beach in Goa is a vibrant beach in the South Goa district. It’s famous for it’s beach huts. Read this guide on things to do, places to eat and more.
Kodaikanal, known as the Princess of Hill Stations, is a tiny picturesque town in the Western Ghats of India. It’s known for the famed Kodaikanal lake, misty mornings, hot coffee and homemade chocolate.
Fort Kochi has lots to offer including Chinese fishing nets, art cafes, jewish synagogue, shopping streets and charming hotels. You can swim in your hotel pool, sight-see, shop and eat your heart out! That’s why Fort Kochi is a great choice for a holiday destination.
Gokarna is a tiny temple town on the coast of Karnataka in India. It’s a popular destination among youth due to it’s beaches. Gokarna beaches and treks are a highlight for those looking for adventure and relaxation at the same time.
Pondicherry or Pondi, as it is called affectionately, was under mostly French rule for almost 250 years. Pondi has managed to retain a major part of it’s French culture. When I look back, I only remember sprawling courtyards, colorful walls, plentiful flowers, cute cafes and a romantic promenade. You can sit back in a cute little cafe and devour a croissant or walk around the flower laden streets. Better yet, rent a bicycle and blend in with the locals.