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Boat ride at Phewa Lake

Boat ride at Phewa Lake


It is a 1.5 kilometre long, second largest lake in Nepal, offers an excellent view of the mountains and their reflections on the lake. One can easily find a place to sit back, relax and enjoy great meal while enjoying scenery here. Phewa Lake beckons you to come and explore the nature’s own country in its purest forms.

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Kochi by cycle


An early morning cycle ride in Fort Kochi where you get to see the city wake up. Join the locals for a hot brimming cup of tea as they start the day. Catch all the action with the hustle bustle in the fish market. Get a peek to the varied and diverse communities from faraway lands who have made Fort Kochi their home.

Ella Steam Train Jungle

Ride the train


The Kandy to Ella train journey just so happens to be one of the best things to do in Ella, Sri Lanka. It is also the most famous train journey anywhere in the country.

The route takes you through vast open tea plantations and is the perfect way to take in the local landscape. It takes about 4 hours in total, and you can enjoy the journey in either direction.


Scuba Diving

Port Blair

The quietude that one experience during a dive is unlike any other. The minute you break the surface of the water and descend further down, the silence envelops you. Gear up for an at least once in your lifetime experience. Once started you will spend the best time of your life exploring the stunning underwater world.


The Hikes


Ella is a favourite among day hikers and more experienced trekkers alike. The two famous treks in the area are Little Adam’s Peak and Ella Rock, not to mention Ravana Falls and other famous waterfalls in the area. For overnight walkers and camping enthusiasts, Ella is a great starting point for the Meemure hike and longer waterfall explorations.


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