There are many beaches around the world that display bioluminescence (soft light), an amazing natural phenomenon that causes the water to glow at night. This is due to the presence of tiny marine organisms called dinoflagellates that emit light when excited. Scientists believe that this blue light is related to changes in the marine ecosystem. The blue light is called bioluminescent (light produced from the chemical energy of the algae). They say that this blue light is caused by algae called bioluminescent phytoplankton. When waves hit the shore, they convert chemical energy into electrical energy. During this process, it appears on the surface in blue color. It is also called sea sparkle or sea sparkle in simple words. The scientific name of the algae that produces the bioluminescent is Noctiluca scintillans. It belongs to the Phytoplankton species. Here are eight beaches from around the world known for their bioluminescent viewing:


Water parks are also named amusement parks, which include swimming pools, water playgrounds, swim areas, artificial surfing and water rides, and adventure showers. The waterpark is designed with the concept of formless, eclectic, and merging waves with an aura of freedom and relaxation. As the temperature starts to rise, so does the need to splash around in cool, refreshing water. There are some of the best waterparks in the world which are full of entertainment hubs. Kids and adults alike enjoy visiting these parks where they can enjoy wave pools, enjoy roller coaster rides, and generally have a ton of fun with friends and family. Here, we bring you a list of the water parks in the world that are worth visiting. Beat the scorching heat with a plan to visit the best water parks in the world. Plan a vacation, plan and allow yourself to rest, rejuvenate, and recharge your batteries. You will soon find your stress levels reducing, leaving you feeling at ease and relaxed.


The beach is considered to be the favorite place of tourists and whenever the name of the beach comes in India, the name of Goa comes first. But have you ever thought that without any seashore, you get to see the beach and that too in a religious city, where you have been many times? All of you must have heard the name of Rishikesh but have you thought that sometimes in a city like Rishikesh you can enjoy the beach. Yes, there are many beautiful beaches in Rishikesh, which give you a Goan feel even in this religious city. Tourists coming here definitely come to visit these beaches. So come, let’s explore beaches and mountains in one place.


India is a country where there are a total of 103 national parks, due to which India's name comes in the third largest number of national parks in Asia after China and Thailand. India has a wide variety of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, including tiger reserves, desert sanctuaries, bird sanctuaries, marine parks, and even a floating national park! The best time to visit all the national parks in India is from about October to March as the monsoons affect adversely and the forests are quite hot during the summer season. In this article, we will tell you about the 8 hidden National Parks in India.


The old buildings and monuments have always attracted the attention of tourists. One of the ancient arts of the world is the lighthouse, which stands tall on the seashore and shows the way to sailors and passers-by with their light. These lighthouses help the passers-by to face the storms of the sea and save them from wandering in the sea. Lighthouses are built on the coast, on islands, on rocks, and at prominent places along the banks of rivers and lakes for the guidance of ships. Light comes out of them at night, it transmits light rays from any system. In ancient times, instead of lighthouses, the way was shown to the sailors by lighting a fire. But today there are many means of electricity and other energy by which these lighthouses are illuminated. The purpose of these lighthouses is to warn the drivers or sailors of ships in the sea from dangerous rocks. These are meant to indicate the safe entrance to rocky shores, dangerous rocks, and harbors. These lighthouses were built in ancient times, most of which still function today. These lighthouses do the work of teaching in the illiterate sea. In their light, the sailors come to know that the coastal area is near at night when only water is visible all around. If there is no way to know, then these lighthouses are the only way to tell the sailors where the way is and how to go. Along with this, these lighthouses also protect the sailors from the attacks of sea storms and robbers and alert them. In this article, we are going to tell you about the World’s Famous Lighthouses which are witnesses of ancient art and architecture.


National Tourism Day is celebrated in India on 25th January. India became independent in the year 1947, a year after that i.e., in 1948, the Tourist Traffic Committee was established. The purpose of celebrating National Tourism Day is to promote the Importance of Tourism and its Impact on the Economy. The theme of National Tourism Day, 2023 is 'Rural and Community Centric Tourism'. So, in this article, we will tell you about some of the beautiful rural areas in India. 


The early civilizations of humans have developed about 6500 years ago. This was the time when humans stopped living this kind of nomadic life. Now, humans had started stopping and living at a certain place. During this time the first settlement of humans was formed and cities were built from these settlements this is what accelerates the process of development of humans. These early settlements soon gave rise to larger cities and the idea of separate countries and nations began to flourish. Some of the earliest countries were formed shortly after civilization developed, and all of the countries in the given list were formed thousands of years ago. Let’s get to know the oldest countries.


Sometimes it gets very cold during winter in some parts of India. Many people enjoy winters by visiting hill stations and playing in the snow. However, there are many people who prefer the warmth of the sun and prefer to visit coastal places rather than cooler places. If you also do not like the winter season, then you can go to explore these places which are warm during winter also. Let's have a look at the places that you can visit this winter season.


Everyone thinks of going on a cruise after watching movies. Many people think of going on a cruise for a holiday. What are you planning for your next trip? Do you want to spend your holidays on the water? If yes, then we have the perfect thing for you! A Cruise! Going on a cruise has slowly become a popular trend among people and if you haven't been on one yet, now is the best time to plan for one! So, let’s tell you about the places where you can travel by cruise in India.


If you've ever soaked in hot springs, you know what a wonderfully relaxing experience it can be. Natural hot springs can be found anywhere there is volcanic activity, magma chambers, or fault lines on the Earth. They are high in minerals such as calcium, magnesium, silica, and lithium which can help soothe muscles and even promote healing. Even better in one surrounded by spectacular views like these that are well worth planning a trip around. Let’s get to know six worldwide renowned natural hot springs.


In today's time, adventure sports are becoming increasingly popular among the youth, especially trekking. India is counted among the best trekking destinations in the world. There are many options available for trekking on a low budget. Where you can spend relaxing moments by staying close to nature. Be it Himachal Pradesh or North India, there are many such places where tourists like to go for trekking. In India, where on one side you will see the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas, on the other side you will see the plains of the Western Ghats and the rugged plateaus of Goa and Andaman. If we talk about North East, then it would not be an exaggeration to say that this North East part of India is a paradise for trekking enthusiasts. See below the names of some such special trekking places.


Many places in India have had tragic deaths and accidents. These include forts, deserted villages, modern and old hotels, schools, libraries, courts, and many other places. Scary incidents started happening in many places like this, due to which these places came to be called Haunted. We have heard many times unimaginable incidents about these places. We remember fairy tales but forget the incidents of ghosts. Today, we are telling you about such scary places in India, where you will start trembling because of their mysteries.


Our country India has always been the center of spirituality. Thousands of religious places related to Sanatan culture are present here even today, many of which are hundreds of years old. Many places here are hiding many mysteries within themselves. Today we are going to tell you about such a mysterious pool, which you will also be surprised to hear, we are talking about Bhimkund. The secrets of Bhimkund are such that no one has been able to solve till date. Let's know where is it located and what is the secret behind it which surprises everyone.HISTORY OF BHIMKUNDBhimkund is located in the Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh state, India. Apart from Bhimkund, this pool is also called Naradkund and Neelkund. This pool is hiding such strange mysteries within itself, which even prominent scientists of the country and abroad have not been able to solve till date. Bhimkund has constantly been the center of attraction for people because of its mysterious reasons, but there is no scientifically solid information available about when and how this mysterious pool was built. However, there are many mythological stories related to its construction. The most popular of these mythologies is a story from the Mahabharata period. It is said that it was built during the time of the Pandavas' exile in the Mahabharata period. During their exile when they were passing through this area, Draupadi felt thirsty. After a lot of searching around by the Pandavas, no water was found. Then Bhima struck the land with his mace and broke many layers of the area, due to which water became visible. But the water source was close to the depth of about 30 feet from the earth's surface. Bhima asked Arjuna to make a path through the pool with his archery skills to reach the water source. Arjuna, on the advice of Bhima, built stairs to get to the pool on the strength of his archery, through which Draupathi could reach the water of the pool. Because Bhima created this pool by breaking the layers of the land with the hit of his mace, that is why this pool was named Bhimkund.Bhimkund is situated between the rocks of the mountain. Its shape is like a mace, as well as its water looks very clear and transparent. There is also a feature of the water of this pool that it is as pure as the water of Mother Ganga and it also never gets spoiled. The most surprising thing about this pool is that its water level has never decreased till date. The researchers tried for years to empty this pool but they did not succeed in it. Its water level does not drop even an inch. Also, Scientists have not even been able to estimate the depth of this pool till date. To find out its depth, scientists associated with Discovery Channel also came with their diving team. Several divers were brought down in this pool to explore its depth. Even after going several meters deep into the water, he could not see the surface of this pool. How deep this pool is, it is not known till date. It is said that this pool gives an indication of any natural calamity coming in India. It is said that before any natural calamity comes, the water level of this pool rises. During the tsunami in the year 2004, the water level of this pool also increased. It is a mystery as to why the water level rises before any natural disaster strikes. Another surprising thing related to this pool is that the dead body of the person who drowned in it is never found. Usually, when a person drowns in water, after some time the body starts floating on the surface of the water, but whoever is immersed in this pool the body has never come out till date.


Barren Island is the only surviving volcano in India. Not only this, but Barren Island is also the only active volcano in South Asia. It is located in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands of India. Barren Island volcano located in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is 140 km from the capital Port Blair. It is situated at a distance of North-East. Barren Island, spread over 3 km, is the easternmost island of the Andaman Islands. Baron means barren. Barren, where no one lives. This island has been named after itself, there is no human population living here. The forest here is also negligible. Only a small number of animals and birds have been seen on this island.Records are available about its island from 1787 and since then 11 volcanoes have erupted here. The smoke keeps coming out from time to time, that is, it remains active continuously. However, the last time it erupted was in the year 2016 and lava was coming out for several days. This is the reason that even to go around it needs special permission which has to be taken from the forest department of the island group. Even today, smoke can be seen coming out of it. The waters around Barren Island are reputed to be among the top scuba diving destinations in the world. The water around it is considered very good and safe in the world for learning scuba diving. Due to being near the volcano, corals, lava, and many different types of fish can be seen in this water.


A river is called a stream flowing on the ground, whose source is usually a lake, glacier, spring, or rainwater, and gets absorbed in an ocean or lake. Rivers play a huge role in the life of flora, fauna, and humans on our planet. Rivers have been flowing on the planet for billions of years, with the history of many civilizations and empires on the banks of many rivers. In this article, we have listed the names of the top 10 longest rivers in the world along with their length in kilometers and miles.


Theme or Amusement Park means places of entertainment, where children and also elders can have fun. People like to visit places like carnival parks even after getting one holiday in a week, but today we are telling you about such funfair parks where you can spend the whole weekend. If you are also planning to visit the water parks, then you can enjoy the thrill and excitement of these in India. There are hundreds of parks in India that are crowded at all times of the year, but we have compiled a list of some of the best amusement parks in India for you here. So let us take a tour of the famous theme parks of India through this article.


Every day he waits for you to come from the office. From afar, the horn of the car starts making a recognizable noise and clings to you as soon as you come. When your dog shows so much dedication and love towards you, why should you not caress him in your heart? But when it comes to going somewhere far away, then how difficult is it for you to leave the dog who loves you so much at home? In this way, where your dog is disturbed, at the same time you are also not able to enjoy the roaming. But imagine if it happens that you are allowed to keep your dog with you in the hotel. Not only permission, but the hotel staff should also take full care of his food and comfort. In this way, the fun of your travel can increase manifold. So, we will tell you about some such luxurious hotels in India, where along with the comfort of your family, your dog will also get full care.


‘Yun hi chala chal raahi, Yun hi chal raahi, kitni hasin hai yeh duniya’- remember these song lines from the Bollywood movie, Swades starring Shah Rukh Khan? The movie released in 2004 had a storyline of an NRI visiting a UP village in a remote part of India. The movie had lots of social messages in it but what I remember from the movie was seeing Shah Rukh Khan driving a caravan to the village. It was probably never shown in any Bollywood movie before and that concept of caravan back then seemed so cool. The movie showed the actor using that Caravan whole the time as his own place where he slept, bathed, and worked. Since, the actor played an NRI in the movie, his familiarity with the culture of caravans comes as no surprise as the caravan culture is quite popular in the west. Which types of caravans are available, how much does it cost to rent a caravan and can you even own one? All these questions will be answered in this article. Let’s go further.

Explore the Himalayas again as Nepal and Indian States Reopen

After months of lockdown, the enthusiasts and adventurers can again start there quest of scaling the Mount Everest. Nepal government has decided to lift the Nationwide lockdown and welcome international tourists from August 17.

6 common mistakes people make while going for a hiking trip

Hiking and trekking can be a memorable and fun experience of your life, if done right. Taking a walk in nature can be refreshing to your soul and can be rejuvenating. But nature in its rawest and truest forms can be challenging and one wrong step can make your fun hiking trip a disaster. To help you get through the nature trails without facing too much trouble, we bring you a list of things you should never do when going on a hiking or trekking trip.

Dhakuri: The campsite that has a lot of adventure in store

Hidden in the forests of horse chestnuts and evergreen oaks, is Dhakuri - the gateway to the two most famous valleys of Kumaon; Sundardunga and Pindari. This site with its mesmerizing views refreshes the tired trekkers and fills them with a new wave of energy to explore more.

Admire the Marine Life in The Andamans

Scuba diving is at the top of the bucket list for those in love with the sea. Marine life has ever been so fascinating for us, to see the colourful fishes waddling, the beauty of coral reefs, it definitely is an experience of a lifetime. As most of you might think of trying it out at some other foreign country, but why go that far, when you can experience it better over here at the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. So, for the ones who love the feeling of adrenaline pumping through their blood, here is a list of an amazing adventure that awaits you. 

Best in the World Bungee Jumping Experience

If heights get you high on adrenaline, then bungee jumping is the sport designed for you. Bungee jumping is sport that needs a lot of guts to perform, so you need to be a real dardevil to perform this sport. If you want to test your limits and try out something totally crazy and life altering, head out to these places and try bungee jumping at its best.

Ski Down the Himalayan Slopes

If having fun in the snow speaks prefect holiday to you, and want to try out some fun sports in the snow. Here is a list of destination you can head to in India rather than spending your entire life savings to visit the Alps. I gaurantee, this experience would be way better at the Himalayas. From the picturesque valleys of Gulmarg to sky scrapping valleys of Auli, India is never short of world class skiing destinations.

Feel the Rapids Rush at its Best

Adventure sports is an uprising trend in India, However, it is gaining popularity really fast among the youth. Nowaday it has become easy to spot rafting in the itinerary of most tour operators. It is not anew if we are told that this spot has gained quick popularity not just among the andventure freaks but also among tourists and travellers. With a plethora of roaring rivers, there are a number of places in India one can try out rafting. 

Watch the World at Bird's Eye View

Who hasn't once dreamed of flying freely like a bird? To reach the horizon and explore the sky. See the everything like a bird would do. Well, for us paragliding is the way to fulfill our dreams, at least for a while. In India, no matter where you are from the warm and sultry Rajasthan to cold and cozy Himachal, this activity is conducted all over the country. So, buckle up (tight) and let's fly. Here's a list of destinations popular for paragliding in India.

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