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Orchha...one of the most underrated place. Its a hidden gem. Please go through my blog on #ORCHHA https://www.tripoto.com/madhya-pradesh/trips/my-last-trip-before-lockdown-orchha-5eaad1766991e
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Perfecto, Thanks. I loved the blog, Keep going.
Though it's summer time but lockdown and things to get streamline will take time it might get extend till winters best place to visit in winters are Rajasthan,Kerala,If ur snow lover than himachal pardesh, uttarakhand. depends on the taste of travellers.
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But these states are very big in terms of travelling u need to specify ur travel itinerary.
I think situation gets better in or after November so , GOA and JAISALMER i would be suggesting. As these places would be safe too & you can find some peace also..
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Hey there! As you rightly said, we should not give up on planning for trips! You can check out my blog about five ways that m dealing with this scarcity of travel by 'travelling from home'! πŸ˜„ https://tripoto.page.link/UbEQ Hope it would help you relive your travelling spree 😊
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The lockdown may get over by June but till people start travelling it would definitely be July August....so it would be rainy season. Rains and hill stations are a superb combination. So plan for Coorg, Chikhaldara, Chikmanglur, Wayanad, Connor, Mulshi and more and watch the clouds pass by. Happy Traveling 😊
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You are welcome 😊
Explore the beautiful Northeast India.
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Spiti and gilgit baltistan
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