1. Vrindavan- Hometown of Lord Krishna, Vrindavan is located at a distance of 354 km from Kanpur. If you interested in visiting temples and want to know the history of Lord Krishna then this is the best place for you to visit. Photo Credits: Qn-6YzAe2-6YzA1X-6YDBzm-6YDBiU-6YzAf6-6YDBC1-6YDBZ5-6YzzZc-4fD73C-f1MbW9-qK46Uv-SQ6aWu-TvHfZG-ShNzao-6YzAnR-6YDBy1/ 2. Lucknow- Lucknow is known for its architectural designs and historical places. The distance between Kanpur and Lucknow is 94.7 km. 3. Chitrakoot- Chitrakoot is 206 km from Kanpur and it is a religious place. Some of the places to visit here are Ramghat, Janki Kund, Bharat Milap Temple, Gupt Godavari and much more. 4. Khajuraho- The distance between Kanpur and Khajuraho is 222.5 km. Khajuraho is very famous for its temples. The fine art and architecture of these temples is famous all over the world. Photo Credits: 8-icJMpg-icK3YG-icJU74-4ZDyCT-4tYAUn-bvpGvg-bAv15K-iuovM-icKkJV-SkJZLY-iuo3w-4u3Hd3-icJSF9-phvnCf-9zxHUq/ 5. Gwalior- Located at a distance of about 266.7 km, you can visit sites like Gwalior Fort, Jai Vilas Mahal, Gujari Mahal here. Photo Credits:
Bhutan is the happiest country in Asia, and the eighth in the world.Bhutan officially known as the Kingdom of Bhutan. This landlocked country in South Asia is nestled in the eastern end of the Himalaya mountains bordered by India in the south, east and west and by China in the north. It’s regarded as one of the most isolated nations in the world mainly because the Bhutanese government has regulated foreign influences and tourism to a great extent in order to protect and preserve the nation’s identity, culture and ecosystem. The best places to visit in Bhutan includes- 1.) Tiger’s Nest Monastery-Taktsang Monastery also recognized as Tiger’s Nest in Paro is one of the holiest places in Bhutan. The monastery is mounted on a high granite cliff and was established for meditation.The original structure was built in the 17th century, which burnt down; and what we visit today was built in 1998. The trek is beautiful – it takes between two to four hours of first walking uphill and then downhill. It’s not an easy trek, but the fluttering of prayer flags and rattling prayer wheels along the way draw your attention away from the boulder-strewn path. 2.Phobjikha and Gangtey Valley-Phobjikha Valley is a glacial valley on the slopes of the Black Mountains. Famous for the huge flocks of globally threatened black-necked cranes that migrate here in the winter months, Phobjikha Valley is an animal watcher’s dream with 13 other globally threatened species to be found here as well.The Gangtey and Phobjikha are glacial valleys with a stream flowing through their open grasslands presenting one of the most beautiful landscapes in Bhutan.Gangtey Monastery and Jigme Singye National Park are famous among visitors in the region. 3.Visit Punakha Dzong (Punakha)-Being the second oldest and second largest dzong in Bhutan, Punakha Dzong, or some call it Pungthang Dewachen Phodrang (Palace of Great Happiness), is also the country’s most gorgeous and majestic dzong. Punakha is accessible from a 3 hours drive east of the capital Thimphu, and after crossing a pass in the mountains, the place is a breathtaking and glorious sight on the first glimpse from the road. 4. Tashichhodzong – It is a Buddhist monastery and fortress on the northern edge of the city of Thimpu in Bhutan , on the western bank of the Wang chu.It has traditionally been the seat of the Druk desi (or “Dharma Raja”), the head of Bhutan’s civil government, an office which has been combined with the kingship since the creation of the monarchy in 1907, and summer capital of the country. 5.Punakha-Punakha, the breathtaking destination in Bhutan, has been inextricably linked to some of the most momentous events in the Bhutanese history and deserves its reputation as one of the most beautiful and significant regions at the heart of Bhutanese culture. other places includes-Haa Valley,Phuentsholing,The Druk Wangyal Chortens and Temple at Dochula Pass,Jigme Dorji National Park