It’s time to rejoice as various states are lifting their travel restrictions and a number of tourist spots are now reopened to travellers from across the world. So, put your travel shoes on and head to quench your wanderlust!
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1. Asia’s largest Tulip Garden in Srinagar is now open
The Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden in Srinagar has now opened for the season. This year, 1.2 million tulips across 60 varieties have been cultivated in the garden flaunting their radiant beauty on the banks of Dal Lake. It welcomes you with the vast ocean of colours swaying in the breeze and is surely a sight to behold.
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2. Rafting on the River Ganges begins!
Great news for adventurers!
Want to feel that adrenaline rush again? If yes, then here’s good news for you!
After a long break due to the lockdown, river rafting in Rishikesh has resumed for the public. Often known as the “Rafting Hub”, Rishikesh lures travellers from across the country for adventure activities.
3. Now enjoy the affordable 90-minute cruise ride on the Hooghly River
If the majestic Howrah Bridge is a part of your bucket list, then the newly inaugurated cruise ride on the Hooghly River is a must-try for you! It has been priced just at Rs.39 to make it available to the common public. The city’s history comes alive as the cruise moves from the Millenium Park to North.
4. Akshardham Temple in Delhi to reopen from 13th October
Very soon, travellers will be able to marvel at the stunning architecture of the Akshardham Temple and offer prayers. The entry timing for the devotees is between 5 pm to 7 pm. Only the musical fountain will remain open while the exhibition hall will remain closed.
So, what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and travel to your heart’s content!