Adventures at Matheran Hill Station
March 13, 2013 – 12:05 am | No Comment
Matheran is a Hill Station located near Mumbai, Karjat.   It is located 800 meters above sea level in the Jambol Forest of Maharashtra.  It was found by Hugh Poynts Malet in May 1850.  It spreads over an area of 8 square kilometers in Sahyadri Mountains.  It is one of the best places to spend a two-day holiday if you are in Mumbai or in the vicinity of Mumbai or its suburbs.  To reach Matheran,  [...]

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Carry Your Digital Camera To Voyage Hudson Valley
November 19, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | 2 Comments
Carry Your Digital Camera To Voyage Hudson Valley
Hudson Valley, New York Flanked by brawny peaks on one side and elegant peninsulas on the other, Hudson River gushes through the in-between path wider than 3 miles revealing a handsome, scintillating trail toward the olive meadows. To comprehend the delight of Dutch explorers when they discovered this panorama around four centuries ago, you can chase the stalks of George Washington armed forces, millionaires from the golden era, travelers, and Indians, along with picturesque landscapes. The customized villages in this terrain are estranged by jagged mountains, subterranean gorges, and dense forests. Views some of the historic monuments and imposing manors garnishes your expedition. Outlining the Expedition Fasten your seat belts for this 210 miles trip that commences from the settlement of  [...]


Drive; Don’t Sail On The Shores Of Michigan
November 19, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
Drive; Don’t Sail On The Shores Of Michigan
Experience the pleasure of vibrant landscapes with contradicting lonesome, serene drive along the northern coastline of Michigan. Overview A trip through Michigan can be delineated as a sequence of hushed boulevards through higher isthmus amid Whitefish Point and Marquette. The downy roads are bonded so close to the coast that you can almost snuffle the fragrance of the turquoise marine. Witnessing the waves acquaints you the authority of the lake. It can be seen in the nature of the ground, in the creative stonework of crags engraved by the waves that are spread across 40 miles, now named as Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Its authority is perceptible in the jerky sands of Grand Sable Dunes; in the battered chalets and the seaside porch that are obscured under the granules, and in the waft  [...]


At 20 Miles Per Hour In Montreal
November 19, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
At 20 Miles Per Hour In Montreal
A drive through Montreal is an intricate amalgamation of ethnicity, history, and marvelous landscape. The backdrop of this city will compel you to yearn for more once the voyage is concluded. Hence, to enjoy the vistas, move leisurely. Synopsis Start the gratifying tour of 385 miles by observing several museums, inns, edifying exhibitions, and shops in a city that is amongst the biggest French speaking metropolitans of the world, Montreal. The voyage will then carry you to other regions exiting the city. A stroll through countrified Montérégie, progressing along the Eastern Townships occupied by British population and the charming mauve realm of Quebec, entering the terrain of Mauricie Bois-Francs and above the St. Lawrence River is a perfect map-depiction of the excursion. This circular  [...]


Don’t Know How To Become A Pirate? Welcome To Jamaica
November 17, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
Don’t Know How To Become A Pirate? Welcome To Jamaica
Jamaica The pirates wanted an impeccable base to pillage the jewels and money passing through the ships of Spain’s New World that sailed the turquoise waves toward Cadiz. No other place than Jamaica, positioned beneath the eastern part of Cuba and in the core of Spanish Main, magnetized the buccaneers. Jamaica became their center of operation and many amongst them also continued ransacking in the exterior of Port Royal. Précis Flanked by the Blue Mountains and sun-drenched tranquil marine, Port Royal seemed an artful creation of the Divine. This creation was soon entitled as “wickedest city in Christendom” after it was smacked by a quake in 1692 submerging 66% of this land in the same tranquil marine. A native dweller in Port Royal says that this city of Jamaica was a hometown of Pirates.  [...]


Warning: A Trip Through Rocky Mountain Can Result In Ever-Lasting Memories
November 16, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
Warning: A Trip Through Rocky Mountain Can Result In Ever-Lasting Memories
To witness the stupendous panorama of snowcapped mountains, picturesque lagoons, dense wood inquisitiveness, and native populace traversing on stallions, take a tour from the Rocky Mountains situated in North Colorado to the lofty plains in the southeast part of Wyoming. Summary A soothing drive of over 390 miles initiates from Denver in Colorado passing through the quaint road of Rocky Mountain National Park, and prolongs toward northern Wyoming, where you can effortlessly discern the intermittent bunch of civilization from the boundless stretch of sky and rocks. Refuel your vacant gas tanks wherever you spot a gas station. You will observe herds of cattle more than civilizations of human. Known for its abundant wildlife, be vigilant while traveling through on this land as you may come across  [...]


Surging Serenely With The Gush Of Mississippi
November 16, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
Surging Serenely With The Gush Of Mississippi
Great Mississippi River Road (Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa) A fabulous drive through Midwest region of United States reveals an uncomplicated picturesque of the Mississippi Coastline through your rearview mirror and in the ancient paintings as well. Summary of your Drive The meandering chase of the Mississippi coastline offers a thrilling drive through the margins of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa that discloses the Midwestern treasure of museums and theaters lately established. This expedition of over 350 miles along the serene ambiance from Minneapolis to Davenport is one most ethnically prosperous drives of United States. Begin in Minneapolis Start from the art thriving city that is considered the heart of the resurgence of Midwest in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Some of  [...]


Brushing The Edges Of Sawtooths Without A Toothpaste
November 16, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
Brushing The Edges Of Sawtooths Without A Toothpaste
Sawtooths, Idaho A soothing picturesque mounting drive through Southern and Central Idaho initiates from the desert coulee in Boise trenchant the craggy but extravagant mountainous region of Southwood National Recreation Area. You will witness and experience everything from hiking, fishing, turquoise water of Salmon River, a ghoul town, sheep and elk of high mountains, to some wonderful amalgamation of conflicting landscapes 5000 feet above sea level. In Short The loop of Sawtooths stretches over 260 miles that allow you to explore the 18th century gold-rush town, best host springs, Sun Valley Resort, adventures of skiing in Ketchum, the elegant Redfish lake and its fishes, and a pleasant satisfaction of a contended drive. Start with history in Boise Enormous museums, mining hub, military settlement  [...]


Do You Have What It Takes To Enter The Dalton Highway?
November 13, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
Do You Have What It Takes To Enter The Dalton Highway?
The Dalton Highway, Alaska Take the route of 414 miles to explore the concealed gorgeousness of Alaska which starts from Livengood till Prudhoe Bay, piercing through the dense wood and tundra, across the Yukon River. It persists through the impending Brooks Range, meandering along the North Slope and concludes at the gigantic jaws of Artic Ocean. Summary Get geared up to experience the battering of Dalton Highway that embarks on northern part of Alaska from Livengood heading for the Prudhoe Bay’s oil fields. This route was laid in 1974 to serve the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, which is now mostly occupied by colossal 18-wheelers. Drive on this path at you own risk as there are not many service centers, and the signboard cautions you of everything from abrupt slopes and inundation to landslides.  [...]


You Will Be Directing The Next Lord Of The Rings, On Wheel
November 13, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
You Will Be Directing The Next Lord Of The Rings, On Wheel
North Island, New Zealand Considered as one of the most excellent sources of escapades, New Zealand is affluent with some very jagged and serene landscapes. Along with adventure, the presence of European and Polynesian legacy on this assorted piece of land makes it a significant hub of history and ethnicity. Due to its enormous exquisiteness and speckled vistas, it is no surprise that Kiwi Peter Jackson chose this vicinity for filming most of vistas of his movie Lord of the Rings. Overview The charming panorama of forests with abundant downpour, frayed mountains, volcanic turfs, undulating hills of green lands, and biggest lake of the country along this 460-mile route will relinquish you with enduring reminiscence of your lifetime. This is a course not only to quench your thirst for sights  [...]


Climb The Pinnacle Of Mount Hood Once In Your Lifetime
November 13, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
Climb The Pinnacle Of Mount Hood Once In Your Lifetime
Mount Hood, Oregon The colonists from Europe and destiny-seeking immigrants who approached West through the Oregon Trail somewhere in the middle of 19th century picked an intricate option when they arrive disembarked to the precipitous ravine well-known today as The Colombia River Gorge, the single sea-level detour through the gush of mountainous region of north and south. They might attempt to drift their belongings and carts across the river through perilous waves. Or they might challenge the ascending course through Cascade Mountains on steep Barlow Road, an extremely vertical road which requires extra-ordinary command to crossover. Some dauntless trekkers of Barlow Road opted to slash down logs and laden on their back to slower the downward plunge. The best part about this terrain is the  [...]


Chasing The Spectacular North American Drives
November 12, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
Chasing The Spectacular North American Drives
What happened? Shimmering beauty of captivating destinations are no longer attractive? Or is it that repetitive tours have bleached their kaleidoscopic magnificence? Lost in thoughts, hmm… silence is speaking its own language. Your aesthetic senses are fed up of viewing the same set of things, so I have a better way out. Why don’t you come along with me to an exceptional itinerary? I have prepared a collection wherein I have hand- picked extraordinary routes which pass through or lead to North America. Across the way, you will get an opportunity to experience diverse situations. Sometimes you will chase the adventurous trails, or sometimes you will delight serenity crossing your way, even these off-the-beaten-tracks bestow a bird’s eye view of spectacular scenery and vicinity and some  [...]