Mandawa

Just 170 km from Jaipur and about 260 km from Delhi lies an erstwhile little town full of colours and devoid of noise. Mandawa, a village in the Sekhawati region of Rajasthan , is bordered by the Aravalis in the east and the desert sands in the west. Situated in the district of Jhunjhunu, Mandawa is also known as the town of havelis, some of which also double as hotels. Almost every house in the tiny town seems to pop out of a period drama. If one is careful of the little lanes fanning off the main street, it is a cakewalk to cover the entire town on foot in half a day.
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Yercaud

Yercaud is situated at an altitude of 4970 feet, on the Shevaroys Hills of the Eastern Ghats, located in Salem District of Northern Tamil Nadeu. Because of the abundance of trees and that happened to be near the lake made the locals call this area as Yeri-Kaadu meaning Lake Forest. Later on the name turned out to be Yercaud and it is also called as Jewel of the South. Yercaud Taluk spreads in an about 382.67 Sq.km area which includes the Reserve Forest also. While rest of this region, including the predominantly short and rocky hills of the Eastern Ghats welcomes all with its cool climate.
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Kuttikkanam

Kuttikkanam is a hill station in Idduki district which is 3500 feet above sea level. It is with in the territory of Peerumedu which is a hill station 85 Km from Kottayam , Kerala. Snuggled by tea gardens, coffee and cardamom plantations offers an eye soothing view to the tourists. The pleasant surroundings with misty climate provides a heavenly essence to the tourists. This enchanting hill remains pristine pure and untouched by commercialization. It has adventurous activities and trekking. It has wide variety of rare plants , tea/cardamom plantations , pine forests which makes it every tourists favourite destination. The place is embraced with the beauty if the green hills, plantations and grasslands which offers an exquisite charm that can be cherished forever. One can ordeal the freshness of nature as walking through the amazing landscapes.