Unique travel delights across India

Recently, Conde Nast Traveller published a great article on “50 ways to fall in love with India”. If you have chosen to make India your new home and have just resettled here, take a quick read and start panning your summer!

Our picks at RESETTLE from this article:

 6/50 – Walk over a frozen river

Test your nerves (and luck) on the Chadar trek, which takes you over the frozen River Zanskar for seven cold days. With just a few inches of ice between you and a raging icy river, this one’s not for the weak and the meek

18/50 – Surf the waves off Puducherry

Serenity Beach, 10km north of Puducherry, draws surf addicts from across India. After the devastating 2004 tsunami, the Tamil Nadu government built two long piers to protect the beach, which created a surf break that provides great conditions for learners and professional alike.

21/50 – Watch a boat race in Kerala

Dubbed as the largest team sport in the world, snakeboat racing is a heart-pounding, adrenaline-pumping affair. The splash of dozens of oars in perfect rhythm is a treat for the eyes. Catch Alleppey’s 

35/50 – Spot the tiger, if you can

The No. 1 item on every safari-lover’s list is worth all the fuss. The majestic but shy Royal Bengal Tiger is quite a sight. For best odds of spotting the cat, head to one of the national parks in Madhya Pradesh or Rajasthan.

48/50 – Ride the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway

Fondly known as the Toy Train, this narrow-gauge railway runs from New Jalpaiguri to Darjeeling. The most popular route, however, remains from Ghum to Darjeeling, where it cuts through streets and markets. In service for over 130 years, it has earned UNESCO World Heritage status. 

Full article- http://www.cntraveller.in/story/50-ways-fall-love-india/