Reposted from @adventuresquad.in - A divinely beautiful hamlet in the Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra, Tarkarli boasts of its gracious beauty and alluring charm. Embraced by the enchanting beauty of the Konkan Coast, this quaint village is the scenic abode of several pristine beaches that showcase the most untouched form of Mother Nature.
Located on the confluence point of the majestic Arabian Sea and the gurgling Karli River, most of the Tarkarli beaches are now gaining popularity among the visitors.
It is their untouched beauty and alluring charm that are getting them a prominent place in the Maharashtra tourism map.
No matter if you are a beach person or not, these sandy delights will surely make you fall for them; and if you find to believe this, scroll down through these amazing beaches in Tarkarli and find out.
Throwback to a fun-filled evening at the @yardbirdyakitori. They do the most amazing chicken Yakitori we've had! Here, we called for the #miso chicken breast with garlic, parsley and basil and the normal chicken breast with #wasabi and soy sauce. Both were beautifully flavored and delicious! 😍
I’m strong, tall, slender and straight! With my presence I teach how to stay calm, composed and in peace, some call my Cedrus Deodara or Himalayan Cedar or smiply Deodar! I’m the shine of this place yes as you enter this place called Dhanaulti these highly dignified trees welcome you with open arms so that you can rest and get purified and become stress free. As I entered, there was an immediate connect with this awesome place, I felt as if my energies belong here. Our stay was for about a day and half but I felt as if I lived most of my breaths there such was its mesmerising beauty. These trees are evergreen coniferous with conic crown, infact there are two eco parks here namely amber and Dhara where you will get to take a nature walk among these elegant trees. People are so generous, honest and loving! And they hardly fall sick! As it’s pollution free, no noise, fresh air, beautiful mountains....And yes the trees. It looks like these trees say that how lucky they are to be here. This is the apt place for those who want to pen up a book or generate ideas, or simply to just get drowned in ocean of peace and tranquility. When we left I actually left a piece of heart over there and took with me beautiful fond memories that I will cherish life long. While writing this now my heart actually feels overwhelmed and filled with so much love. If heaven exist I will call this place as my paradise! #dhanaulti#uttrakhand#deodar#trees#myparadise#traveldiaries#happinessoverload ♥️
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Sometimes I just try to breath in the atmosphere and make myself conscious of the luxury situation I am in. It isn’t normal and I know that. I try to be thankful for every day which isn’t that easy because I still struggle to finally relax, calm down, stop planning and being worried. But I am adopting my new life even more every day. —- Manchmal nehme ich mir die Zeit, atme tief ein und mache mich der Situation bewusst, in der ich bin. Denn sie ist keinesfalls selbstverständlich und ein purer Luxus. Ich bin für jeden Tag dankbar, auch wenn ich noch nicht vollends im neuen Leben angekommen bin - es fällt einfach schwer alte Gewohnheiten anzulegen. Gewohnheiten wie sich gehetzt fühlen, planen zu wollen, den Moment vorbeirauschen zu lassen oder besorgt zu sein. Aber ich bin auf gutem Wege 😇
It's beautiful from outside but the carvings inside are magestic. Build of marble, it has 1444 pillars carved elegantly in detail that supports the temple.
One of the largest Jain Temple, dedicated to Jain Tirthankar Adinath, designed as Chaumukha, is a must visit on your way from Udaipur to Jodhpur.
Today let's take a trip to Hong Kong, a bustling city filled with skyscrapers, iconic landmarks, vibrant culture, unlimited food options, and more. Bec & Lloyd of @babe_letsgo give us a tour of this incredible destination, through their perspective.
A lot of people in Odisha know only about the few famous waterfalls. However, this beautiful state has many more waterfalls hidden away from general public, or at least from those who don't stay nearby.
This is the Pakadajhar Waterfalls close to Phulbani town in the Kandhamal District. It's a small but very scenic waterfall where the water drops from about 25 feet into a pool, which one can dip into but with caution. The place is surrounded by trees and is generally quite cool, except in peak summer. It's an Odisha Government ecotoursim project, inaugurated in 2005. Some infrastructure such as concrete steps to the go down to the fall have been made, though you can't expect much by way of facilities.
Not much rush from local people who use this as a picnic spot. Four wheelers can go quite close to the fall, though the last 3-4 kilometers of the road is not good as of 2019.
To reach here, you need start from the town of Phulbani and take the NH157 / SH23 towards Charichhak. The fall is about 21 km away and takes 30 minutes. Google map can help as it shows the location.
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