Gangtok is Sikkim's capital city. It’s at a height of about 5410ft above sea level. It has a population of 100,000 with the Nepalis, Lepchas and Bhutia class of people staying here. It's a fantastic city for tourism with clear and clean view of the Himalaya’s.
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The Dooars in Bengali or Duars in Nepali are the floodplains and foothills around Bhutan of the eastern Himalayas in North-Eastern part of India. In Nepali and Bengali languages Duar means door and this region forms the gateway or the door to Bhutan from India. The Western part of Dooars is known as the Bengal Dooars and the Eastern part of Dooars is known as the Assam Dooars. The Dooars valley (also called Duars) stretches from the Teesta River on the west to the Sankosh River on the east, an area roughly covering 130 km by 40 km, this place forms the major part of the Jalpaiguri district. Dooars tourism offers a variety of options to the visitors like adventure sports, trekking and nature trails. The famous national park of Duars, Gorumara National Park was declared as the "Best National Park" in the year 2010.
Bhutan tourism was just an idea till 1973 when the country decided to welcome all tourists and travellers to explore the hidden gems of Bhutan. The Government of Bhutan is quite strict when it comes to Bhutan tourism and, as a result, has been quite successful in maintaining its natural history and landscape. Developing its tourism in a variety of manners, Bhutan’s spirituality, culture and festivals are the main attraction of its tourism.
Keralam, the land of kera or coconut, is a never-ending array of coconut palms…sun blanched beaches…kettuvallams over enchanting backwaters… magical monsoon showers…silent valleys vibrant with flora and fauna…misty mountains of the Western Ghats…fragrance of spices…evenings reverberating with the rhythm of a thousand artforms...fairs and festivals... Welcome to Kerala benign and beautiful!
The backwaters are a peculiar feature of the state. Canals link the lakes and backwaters to facilitate an uninterrupted inland water navigation system from Thiruvananthapuram to Vadakara, a distance of 450 kms. The Vembanad lake stretching from Alappuzha to Kochi is the biggest water body in the state and is over 200 sq.kms. in area. Kuttanad in Alappuzha district alone has more than 20 per cent of India's total length of waterways.