Ooty is located in the Western Ghats zone at an altitude of 2240 mtrs. It is the headquarters of the Nilgiri District, where the two mountain ranges meet. Udhagamandalam , popularly called as OOTY by the tourist, is the Queen of Hill Stations. Centuries ago this was also called as Oththai-Kal [single stone] Mandu [ Mund is a name of Toda Village]. The British started calling it as Ootacamund. Coffee and Tea Plantations and trees like Conifers, Eucalyptus, Pine and Wattle dot the hill side in Udhagamandalam and its environs. Summer temperature is maximum of 25 C and a minimum of 10 C . During the Winter it is minimum 5 C and a maximum of 21 C when it is slightly warmer. This area was inhibited by the tribals called TODA long before any body could venture into this region. Curiously enough, this slice of paradise remained unknown even during the periods of the great Southern Dynasties. It was the Britons who ventured into the riches of the regions during early 1800’s. Development and modernization took after their arrival to Udhagamandalam.
Himachal Pradesh is a northern Indian state in the Himalayas. Himachal Pradesh is one of the most popular and easily accessible Hill State of India. People from all parts of the country as well from different parts of the world visit this beautiful State to enjoy its natural beauty. Host to the Dalai Lama, Himachal Pradesh has a strong Tibetan presence. This is reflected in its Buddhist temples and monasteries, as well as its vibrant Tibetan New Year celebrations. The region is also well known for its trekking, climbing and skiing areas.
Rajasthan is a North Indian state right beside the border of India and Pakistan. The palaces and forts here are reminders of the many royal kingdoms that historically depicts the rulers and cultures of this region. Jaipur (the "Pink City"), the capital city of Rajasthan comprises of the 18th-century City Palace and the Hawa Mahal, a former cloister for royal class women mainly from the family of kings, fronted by a 5-story pink-sandstone screen. Amer Fort, is a fort at the top of a nearby hill, which was built by a Rajput prince in the early 1600s.
Digha was described by Warren Hastings as the 'Brighton of the East'. It is a perfect holiday beach on the Bay of Bengal. There are actually two beaches, Old Digha and New Digha. Apart from these two there are other attractive places for tourists like MARC, Lord Shiva temple, Science city, Amrabati Lake and many more. Another tourist spot nearby is Talsari, derived from the two words Tala (Palm tree) and Sari (row). The palm trees surrounding the place gives such the name, Talsari, the row of palm trees. The unique receding waters with calm ambience and tropical weather all year round makes it a popular destination for tourists.