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“visit the virgin scenery of the mother nature.”

Reviewed August 23, 2013

there is a place called pal,in yawal taluka,Maharashtra bhusawal,dist jalgaon.every body visits pal for its scenic beauty but the most adventurous and have a experience of virginity of mother nature can be seen when you cross pal on the way to langda aamba(name of the place)people who like to see the nature can have a feast for their vision.the roads in between the trees and the jungles waterfalls are the most attractive things for which we should have a go.there are several spots on the way where you will have to literally cross the waterfalls which falls withe a very good speed.
please take water and food along with you,the starting of monsoon is the best time to see and interact with the nature here.we the locals who travel prefer the monsoon season to go to pal and langdaamba,while coming down turn right from langdaamba to visit the mighty lord shiva's temple in shirvel.the place is the border of Maharashtra and madhyapradesh.i am sure nature lovers will not come out of the above places in one day.i and my family extended our stay for a day.

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Reviewed January 20, 2013

In the past decade Tourism has become one of the India's fast growing markets contributing to million of service industry jobs.In 2008, 5.37 million tourist visited India adding a close to 12 million dollars earnings to the economy according to the india ministry Of Tourism. The 3 best ways to explore the beauty of India as follows:

1.Adventure tourism- Any constructive activity which tests the endurance of both a person and his equipment to its extreme limit is an Adventure. India is a place which invloves exploration or allows to travel remotic exotic areas.Adventure tourism is rapidly growing in popularity as a tourist seeks different kinds of vaccation. These include facilities for trekking, rock climbing, mountainreering, aero-sports, winter/ water related sports, trekker huts, wildlife viewing facilities etc Financial assistance for purchase of water sports equipment consisting of kayaks, canoes, paddle boats, fibre glass boats, hoyercrafts, water scooters, etc. are also provided to State Governments.

2. Health and wellness tourism: As the birth place of yoga and ayurveda , India has a particular appeal to visitors who are searching for spiritual and physical healing. Since the "Beatles" visited an indian Ashram in the late 1960's the popularity of visiting these spiritual yoga centres has grown among Westerners.India is a land of faiths and beliefs. There may be agreements or disagreements, but this multiplicity of spirituality presents to the visitor a delightful bouquet of rituals, traditions and theocratic art as witnessed in the sculptures of the various shrines. In the following spiritual tours we have attempted to bring to you the 'Spirit Of India' in its diversity. We explore places of worship of the world's three major faiths - Hinduism, Sikhism and Buddhism. Now, the tours are not supposed to be a religious indoctrination experience. On the contrary we want you to have an opportunity to witness the ritualistic aspect of life here and experience the Spiritualism of the place without being religiously overbearing.

3.Heritage Tourism : The concept of heritage tourism started in the early 1990's with the intention of promoting old properties that already existed as tourist destinations. example, Taj Mahal, Forts, Palaces, Minar etc. Some of the palaces in jaipur has turned into five star hotels for tourist so they can feel the royal luxury accomadation As one turns the pages of history, the rich heritage of India comes alive with all its fragrance and colour which are still breathing in the heritage forts, palaces, temples and monuments fringed in each and every corner of this multi facet country, India. The splendid architecture, minutely carved motifs, embellished facades of the heritage monuments narrate the immense skill of the craftsmen of the yore which have been fascinating the world for many centuries.

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