01 Nights / 02 Days
Delhi, Noida, Mumbai
Set off to rewind yourself amidst spectacular coniferous trees and pleasant fresh mountain air. Stay at the Apple Country Resort, elegantly nestled amidst enchanting landscapes of lush green mountains, serene valleys, bubbling creeks and charming apple orchards. Sleep in the stylish and luxurious rooms with relaxing ambience and picturesque outside views. Soak in its enchanting atmosphere and rejuvenate at the Spa. With the luxuries, peace and accessibility of Apple Country Resort, make a perfect escape in nature, tranquility and absolute leisure.
Barog is a panoramic hill station of Himachal Pradesh in the Solan district at a height of about 1600 meters and is about 70 km away from Shimla. The climate is very pleasant over here. Winter season starts from November to March and summers stay from April to July in the region. In summer the temperature is from 23°C and 10 °C and between 15 and 0 °C during winters. Barog was named after British Engineer Colonel Barog who was appointed to build a railway track here back in 1903, which was not completed. Dolanji Bon Monastery, Grave of Barog which is essentially an incomplete tunnel for railways designed by Colonel Barog and Choor Chandni Peak are few important places to visit in Barog.
If you would like Sea Beaches and Desert, then you may not find, if you are looking for natural beauty, than Northeast India is heaven for you dream, the most beautiful state (the entire area of a state) but my recommendation would be Sikkim and Meghalaya.
Northeast India is served by major airports, which operated by Domestic/ International Flight as well:- • Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport, Guwahati • Imphal International Airport, Manipur • Shillong Airport, Meghalaya • Pakyong Airport, Sikkim • Silchar Airport, Assam • Dibrugarh Airport, Assam • Dimapur Airport, Nagaland • Agartala Airport, Tripura
Sikkim became a part of the Northeast India on 15th May 1975 And so, neighbour Sikkim is called " only brother of seven sisters states of Northeast India”.
Yes, don’t need to take any permits to visit of Assam, Meghalaya and Tripura but Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur and Nagaland, however, required an ILP or Inner Line Permit to visit. While Sikkim does not require an Inner Line Pass to visit, there are certain areas that need an ILP: Menmecho Lake, Tsomgo Lake, Nathu La and Kupup in the east. Chopta, Chungthang, Lachung, Thangu, Yumesamdong, Yumthang Valley, Lachen and Gurudongmar Lake in the north.
Guwahati is well connected with the entire Northeast Indian States by Road and Air, As we know Guwahati is one of the biggest cities in the region when you can get the Inner Line Passes for other states quite easily.
Northeast States of India, apart from the mesmerising scenic beauty of the natural lush grasslands and landscapes, Northeast India is also home to numerous places blessed with snowfall, where you can enjoy yourself amid the chilling weather and charm of the winter season Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim are the two north east states that receive seasonal snowfall during winter season from October to March every year.