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1. Burj Khalifa: One of the most famous places in the world and thelongest skyscaper in the world is in UAE. It has a elevator to make your way easy to visit the place. Photo Credit:https://www.flickr.com/photos/103252903@N02/11869658586/in/photolist-j5T6XY-qNF2Fa-RJnGKS-bvr8eu-qDAQJ6-ssZG5H-ed12bb-9mJjhA-st2d9n-sbr1f9-sbrZgq-rw1DxE-sbz7eZ-rwdq5T-s9GeMa-s9Gcdn-ssYYoM-s9FWWX-st2pnK-rw1Ruf-s9Gh9V-ssRyyh-sqJApS-9r8wjJ-bvr7sA-sbz26x-sbzvPK-9mFgmD-ssRVyo-sbqZFy-sbsCT9-sbs8ZN-sbyXCF-8EHpx9-s9GaN8-st2iQc-st33nX-ssZdct-st1HhK-7PHGtT-rwcLsP-ssRB9h-sbyHWH-sbzate-rwd8Wa-s9FATv-ssReuA-ssZHie-riSgsc-972TXn/lightbox/ 2.  Sheikh Zayed Mosque: This beautiful mosque stands as a perfect symbol for its terrrific architecture and comes under the list of religious places to visit in the word. Photo Credit:https://www.flickr.com/photos/iancvt55/33199473912/in/photolist-SzHYWC-tyicUZ-Sji9Lb-rdtfSW-eh44Re-r9W2Bw-srmVnZ-pBYubR-SFFTHt-8TXKwr-8U2b5w-8U1Mny-8TXKTP-8U1QiG-8U1PZQ-8TY8hk-8TXHWn-8TY7MV-cn1bwb-8TXGmB-8U24ES-8TXFXZ-RD3dCR-iy5Gjs-bkj9dy-f5HmgC-s6g71Z-8U1N7d-8TXYPM-8U1ZZb-8U1VBE-8TXY9e-8U1UD7-8TXMee-8TXRma-8U249q-8U289w-8TXShi-8TXKgp-8U1Ls9-8U1LZs-bARpx2-8TY82B-8TXPsX-8TXNQv-8TXWDt-8TY3EB-8V1PYa-bUo5DQ-cmZXmW/lightbox/ 3. Bastakia: This place is the last existing symbol for Old Dubai. Photo Credit:https://www.flickr.com/photos/iancvt55/33199473912/in/photolist-SzHYWC-tyicUZ-Sji9Lb-rdtfSW-eh44Re-r9W2Bw-srmVnZ-pBYubR-SFFTHt-8TXKwr-8U2b5w-8U1Mny-8TXKTP-8U1QiG-8U1PZQ-8TY8hk-8TXHWn-8TY7MV-cn1bwb-8TXGmB-8U24ES-8TXFXZ-RD3dCR-iy5Gjs-bkj9dy-f5HmgC-s6g71Z-8U1N7d-8TXYPM-8U1ZZb-8U1VBE-8TXY9e-8U1UD7-8TXMee-8TXRma-8U249q-8U289w-8TXShi-8TXKgp-8U1Ls9-8U1LZs-bARpx2-8TY82B-8TXPsX-8TXNQv-8TXWDt-8TY3EB-8V1PYa-bUo5DQ-cmZXmW/lightbox/ 4. Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilisation: It is considered to be one of the best musemums in the country. It is the perfect place which exhibits true Islamic culture. Photo Credit:https://www.flickr.com/photos/gordontour/6354848153/in/photolist-aFyfXt-8qdijJ-8qdikG-6f9h7J-8qdiih-NrUz3m-N2Y6bi/lightbox/ 5. Sharjah Arts Museum: This great musemun in Emirates has a perfect colelction exhibiting Dubai's art cuture. Photo Credit:https://www.flickr.com/photos/gordontour/6354848139/in/photolist-aFyfXe/lightbox/ 6. Hajar Mountains: You'll reach these deserts by passing the rounded and curvy roads. Athought the way may seem bit tough but the scene of these mountains are breath-taking. Photo Credit:https://www.flickr.com/photos/karmor/8303093710/in/photolist-dDHwu7-rrjyb-dDC8wt-GtQcZ-GtVfa-8FGBKa/lightbox/ 7. Jebel Hafeet: It is a must to visit place when in Abu Dhabi. Photo Credit:https://www.flickr.com/photos/scaredykat/11389636346/in/photolist-imsS5s-imsSbu-imt1ay-imt1ky-6fGXhu-7n3jjo-2LgCge-dUsS7F-2LgChZ-2LgCg8-2LgCgZ-W46up-W46wB-7PgDmU-W46C2-2LgCgt-6xV1KC-imsRFS-6KMbA8-7nvTCi-W7Ach-2LgChv-W7AaC-5RyrSE-W7AbG-W46vZ-7mV88b-imsQUv-imsSvN-W46vx-e23uYX-jsDjSu-jsBa3e-6KMEkK-jsCoxX-6xV1QQ-2LnxAh-a6dyHz-cDEGt7-imt1Sq-8wFCqg-a6gr5y-4xmW5M-2LnxzJ-7xK83b-2LnxAC-e297x3-2LnxBb-4xmVuF-4xr4Ch/lightbox/    
Manali is one of the most famous hill station visited by a large number of tourists every year. It is mostly known for Solang Valley and Rohtang Pass. But there are so many amazing destinations which one can visit in Manali other than these two. So let's have a look at those destinations. 1. Beas River- This river is a must visit place in Kullu region of Manali. It provides a picturesque view of the landscape around it. You can enjoy river rafting here. Photo Credit:https://www.flickr.com/photos/rvirdi/183128169/in/photolist-hbzCe-f4FLdU-ax8Mw2-5zFh9a-5zH9U6-5zGR7Z-9gTBUC-5zKwtj-pS1RiH-7i3atj-9jxbv1-4MZaXi-5zGRQk-9fpmut-pRZVyD-5WHUk6-pRZKbX-qzkuDT-azDQya-4JCvwy-3T5hg6-81PiKb-81PiQY-8ayjLN-81P68h-5KkyTA-81n3f-FYXX7-FYXVW-8PV6WE-jVfJ-fhBdir-k6DZPV-R1QXeb-99Uz7f-8ayjxU-8ai1H-4SuFrX-4XD2ii-6TUkkv-8TzimF-6KP4eS-8sozQD-8yJeju-jVjH-JeYx6N-dhuL4u-adL9DW-4XCZFH-HRDZFC/lightbox/ 2. Hidimba Devi Temple- It is the most popular sacred place in Manali. The temple has a beautiful structure of wooden storeys with no idol inside it. The is only a sacred footprint in this temple. This temple is famous for its deodar trees which look more beautiful when covered with snow. It is also famous for its three-day Hidimba Devi festival. 3. Jogini Falls- The trek to Jogini Falls is very popular. On the way, you will encounter pine trees and apple orchards. You can also have an amazing view of Beas river and Rohtang Pass on your way to Jogini waterfalls. Once you reach the falls, you will be mesmerised by the beauty of the falls cascading down the rock. Photo Credit:https://www.flickr.com/photos/xoto/39921345/in/photolist-4wBe4/lightbox/ 4. Bhrigu Lake- Trek to Bhrigu lake is famous for the beautiful meadows that come across the trek. The Bhrigu lake is located at an altitude of about 4300 m. Photo Credit:https://www.flickr.com/photos/seriouslycrawf/28464279894/in/photolist-KnhSJs-KnzKux-Kni1Cy-LcoKsR-Ljc126-KSU1VE-KSTQX3-LghCL7-Lghv5f-KnhxE5-KSTjLG-LcpqxV-KSTTBS-LjbAGa-LghakL-KnyJHV-LggPym-Ljamox-LcoPd6-KnzcLx-LjbkRi-Knz5zP-Lghdub-LjaTa2-LggVX3-KnyEkg-LggRXj-LjaBNa-KSSYd7-Kngzr3-LjaqJg-LjbdcR-LcoYsZ-5HY435-LcqsLR-KnA1TD-KniqNY-KnA5FP-L9Untu-Lcqijp-KSUi5U-KnzPQr/lightbox/ 5. Jana Falls- This is not a much-explored place but one must definitely pay a visit to this place. These falls are amidst beautiful surroundings like pine and deodar trees, apple orchards and natural landscapes. Photo Credit:https://www.flickr.com/photos/deepgoswami/28082912741/in/photolist-JMASPn-JtFYdA-JVySEW-JYvG6g-JxJYxJ-J39E5h-JMAgyH-JxHoyy-R4wzP4/lightbox/
Goa is one of the most visited tourist destination in India with so many beautiful beaches. The weather of the place is pleasant throughout the year but the peak season when tourist is high in Goa is from October to January. But the beauty of the place is best to see during the month of June to September. During the monsoon season so many parties are held in Goa to welcome the pleasant rains. You can enjoy fully and enjoy the lush greenery of the place.  But if you want to enjoy the most famous sunburn festival then visit Goa in the month of December. Avoid visiting Goa from March to May because during this time the sea becomes rough and weather becomes humid.
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Goa is one of the most visited tourist destination in India with so many beautiful beaches. The weather of the place is pleasant throughout the year but the peak season when the tourist is high in Goa is from October to January. But the beauty of the place is best to see during the month of June to September. During the monsoon season so many parties are held in Goa to welcome the pleasant rains. You can enjoy fully and enjoy the lush greenery of the place.  But if you want to enjoy the most famous sunburn festival then visit Goa in the month of December. Avoid visiting Goa from March to May because during this time the sea becomes rough and weather becomes humid. However, February is also a good month to visit Goa as the weather is pleasant and cool. There is also not much rush in February so you can enjoy the calmness of the place.
The best time to visit Pondicherry is the winter season that is from October to February. However, if you wish to visit it during the monsoon months then also it is advisable to visit if you love rains as this place receives a good amount of rainfall with temperature ranging between 25-degree Celsius to 35-degree Celcius. You can enjoy the lush valleys during this time. Also, the city is under joyful vibes during August as it is the birthday month of Sri Aurobindo Ghosh and there are celebrations throughout the city.
The best time to visit Rajasthan is from October to February when the weather is pleasant and you can enjoy your trip. This is also the peak season here. But if you want to avoid crowd then September is the best month as the weather is also pleasant and the views in monsoon months are just breathtaking. You can enjoy the real beauty of this place during this time. Also, if you wish to visit places like Mount Abu in Rajasthan then do visit it in the summer months as the weather is quite pleasant but say a big no to visiting other places in Rajasthan during summers.