Seeing the picture, many people have understood that it is a fountain! It is not uncommon for many people to decide to go somewhere in a hurry while sitting at home in the lock down. However, this tour is not the end! Most of the waterfalls can be seen by crossing some rivers or seas or some lakes. However, Khaiya Chara Jharna can be seen after walking some path! There are so many steps to the shower, so many people save this place for a trip to the shower! However, those who go this rainy season will have to return home with their knees bent after watching the scene of falling from the mountain for 2-3 days every day, then they will have to sleep for 1-2 nights just watching that scene or they may be one of these 2-3 people. .There is danger for you in every step of this place! This place has the power to take away your life with a little carelessness! Many people have seen selling bash here before Dukar. Many people sell bash unnecessarily, for money. In fact, I do not buy a little dukele regret! Although I'm sorry I didn't buy it once in two trips.The rocks and hills become very slippery in this monsoon. Those who have visited have seen that the mountains are almost steep. My guess is about 60 ° -70 াড়া as steep!Not only in the rainy season, but also in the dry season, there are no casualties. And there are regular things for the locals! Again, there are many in the hope that someone is injured! Because if someone is injured / killed, the fire service and the locals rescue together, but the next scene is very scary! They don't leave that person for money anymore! I witnessed such an incident on the 2nd trip! A man fell, but by the grace of God he became normal after 10-15 minutes. At first his comrades call the fire services and they take the locals. People no longer needed to be healed. He left on his own. Later, the fire service and locals said they would have to pay for breakfast for their troubles. About 4-5 thousand rupees 6! In this way, after a little fight with a little money to get some kind of relief! With a lively food scene, quaint bed-and-breakfasts, and spectacular golf courses, Niagara-on-the-Lake is a small town (pop. 17,511) with lots to keep you busy. Nestled on the southern shores of Lake Ontario not far from Niagara Falls, this scenic town is a popular tourist destination in the summer months. The long days, warm weather, scenic countryside, and lively downtown make for the perfect getaway.There are plenty of ways to fill your day, from window shopping in the Heritage District to hopping on a cycling tour to enjoying a traditional afternoon tea. If you're a fan of the theater, then you won't want to miss Niagara-on-the-Lake's Shaw Festival: this world-class theater festival takes place from April to October, featuring modern plays and classics alike. Mendenhall.
Mendenhall Ice Cave, located 12 miles from Alaska's capital, Juneau, is perhaps one of the most recognizable natural features of Juneau.
The 13-mile (20.9 km) Mendenhall Glacier is one of 36 glaciers in the 1,500-square-mile Junau Glacier. It is part of the Tongas National Forest.
Earlier, the glaciers had two names, one Sitanatagu meaning the glacier behind the city, the other Ak Otakasti meaning the glacier behind the small lake.
There is a very attractive blue ice cave in this glacier. It goes without saying that there is no air inside this ice and this ice absorbs all the colors except blue so this cave is very bright blue to see. This cave is probably the only place in the world where you can see many shades of natural blue. Will get.
Here you will see crystals created by nature for millions of years
Extraordinary artistic shape of clear ice. This cave may look like a fairytale snow maiden's palace. Ice caves have a blue magic world.
Normally the flow of water flowing through a glacier first forms a hole in the surface of the glacier and as the water flow progresses this hole gradually gets bigger and at one time changes in length and width and takes the shape of a cave.
This is the story behind the formation of most ice caves. And so the ice constantly melts and creates new caves, all of which collapse over time.
If glaciers continue to flow inside the glacier, the glacier will continue to slide downwards, and the ice caves may change significantly, expand, change, or collapse from year to year. Done.
The cave runs 13 miles into the Mendenhall Valley and ends at Lake Mendenhall. The glacier is 3,000 years old. The Mendenhall Glacier is rapidly declining. The mouth of the glacier and its environs are constantly changing.
People who work around the glacier and keep an eye on its changes are hopeful that this decline outside of Mendenhall Lake will be reduced and stabilized.
However, as a result of this event, the ice caves will no longer exist so it is not a natural sight that you will always see. The entrance to this cave on the west side of the glacier.
The path to the ice caves is very difficult and if you are not an experienced hiker or if you do not have an experienced guide with you, you are discouraged from entering this cave.
No matter how you visit the Mendenhall Ice Cave, safety should be a priority. However, it is important to remember that the environment of a glacier is always changing.
If you have the ability to withstand cold-water as well as paddling skills, you can visit the caves.
However, we must keep an eye on the weather changes. However, winter is the best time to go here when the snow is thick.
Due to the greenhouse effect, the ice cave melts, so this trip can be dangerous for those who do not know the safe way. Even after all this, thousands of visitors come to see this cave every year. A place where beauty is actually very difficult to express in pictures, words or writing. The amazing combination of the blue water of the haor, the mountains and the clouds playing in the sky is truly amazing. The whole place feels like a beautiful painting by a painter.
It is as if nature has arranged everything with its own hands. The vastness of the haor, the blue waters of Niladri Lake, the hills of Meghalaya across the border, the greenery of Shimul Bagan, the magical river full of Maya will captivate anyone.
Moonlight bath in the light of the full moon, fresh fish of the haor, native ducks, jumping in the cold water of the haor, and chatting on the roof of the trawler at night and singing.
So far the best of my haor trip has been the haor luxury with Altitude Hunter. All the members of this tour were awesome. It feels good to think that you have met some wonderful people, befriended them. I came back with some memorable moments. With all these people back home with a keen interest in going on one of the next tours. Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
Set amid some of the most idyllic scenery to be found anywhere in Canada, the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise overlooks the famous emerald waters of glacier-fed Lake Louise. Framed by majestic mountains and thick forest, this large resort, located in the heart of Alberta's Banff National Park, prides itself on its environmental stewardship and adherence to responsible tourism.
Popular as a base from which to explore the surrounding wilderness, this more than 100-year-old resort is a big draw for visitors year-round and is one of the attractions of Banff National Park. Popular summer adventures for outdoor enthusiasts include guided tours of the mountains and neighboring Victoria Glacier, as well as hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking, white water rafting, and fishing. For younger guests, the resort puts on a fun kids' camp. Come winter, it's all about activities such as snowboarding, downhill and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, skating, and snowmobiling.
In addition to enjoying a choice of luxury one- and two-bedroom suites (the hotel boasts 552 rooms altogether), guests can indulge in some downtime at The Spa, which offers everything from massages to facials and body wraps, as well as salon services. There's also a full-service health club with a large indoor swimming pool, steam room, and fitness center. Lake Louise, in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, and less than an hour from the town of Banff, is one of Canada's most well-known resorts. From the slopes, majestic views stretch out over the Bow Valley and surrounding mountains and beyond to the palatial Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise.This is a mountain for all skiers, from the die-hard extreme skiers to families coming here to learn the sport. With 4,200 acres of skiable terrain, the resort offers a mix of alpine bowls, steeps, chutes, and plenty of groomed runs.Lake Louise Ski Resort does not have on-site accommodation but does have fantastic day use facilities at the base, with restaurants serving tasty meals, as well as other on-mountain restaurants. Skiers can base themselves in the nearby village of Lake Louise or in the town of Banff.Most skiers doing a multi-day ski trip to the Banff area plan on skiing at both Lake Louise and Sunshine. Another giant lake in the province is Lake Manitoba. Lesser known than Lake Winnipeg, this lake is less developed but still a great place to visit. Located in the Interlake area, Lake Manitoba's key sights are around 1.5 hours from Winnipeg.
Lake Manitoba, especially the area near Delta Beach, is especially well known for birdlife. The large wetlands at the base of the lake attract many different species of aquatic birds and the bird-watchers who follow them.
Stretching an incredible 200 kilometers north to south, there is plenty of wide-open water to explore. Most of the popular areas are in the far south.
The lake has four great beaches: Delta Beach, Watchorn Provincial Park beach, St. Ambroise Provincial Park beach, and Lundar Beach Provincial Park beach.
With the exception of St. Ambroise Beach Provincial Park beach, where the sand is a bit more whitish, most have golden brown sands and shallow water, just perfect for wading or small children. In many cases, you'll find sandbars just offshore.If you have time, consider heading to the northern part of the lake to see the incredible sights of Steep Rock. Towering limestone cliffs descend straight down into the lake. A beach and campground are nearby. White Lake, just up the road from Brereton Lake, is a smaller lake but has a lot going for it. The lake has a beach and a campground but many people go just to see the waterfalls.One of the major attractions is Rainbow Falls, located near the northeastern end of the lake. Here, the river falls over a granite ridge into a shallow pool below. This is a great place for a swimmer and, for those brave enough, to jump off the top of the falls into the bubbling pool below.A small campground with 37 sites (20 are walk-in) is right on the beach, and sites are set under large, leafy trees. Play structures are available for the kids. If you prefer roofed accommodation and some basic luxuries, check out the cabins at the White Lake Resort, where you'll also find a convenience store and restaurant The lake is large and deep and true to its namesake: incredibly clear. The best way to experience the lake is to get out on it and explore. Boat rentals, both powered and unpowered, are available, or bring your own. If you prefer to let someone else do the driving and navigating, take an afternoon or evening dinner cruise on the 95-seat Martese.Dip a line and test your luck against the wide variety of fish in the lake, including pickerel (walleye), northern pike, bass, and smaller panfish. You'll never know where that huge lunker is hiding out.Off the water, the lake has fantastic beaches, with water so clear, you'll think you are swimming in rainwater West Hawk Lake is deep and clear, popular with scuba divers, and known for a large beach, called Crescent Beach, located at the southern end. The lake was created in a mighty cataclysm when a meteor struck the rock of the Whiteshell Provincial Park 100 million years ago.
The lake has no rivers draining into it, so when you dip your toe into the chilly waters, you'll be swimming in pure rainwater. On the shore of the lake is a small town with shops, restaurants, and a small grocery store.West Hawk Lake campground is a popular camping area. It's spread out over a rolling set of hills under large pine trees, and is a perfect family destination.West Hawk is an ideal place to use all your water toys while you enjoy a picnic on the sand. For a snack later on, wander up the street and grab an ice-cream at one of the takeout places in town. Lake Winnipeg is the destination of choice for Manitobans as they escape to the country in the summertime. The remnants of a massive glacial lake, Lake Winnipeg is different wherever you go.Stretching for 416 kilometers, the lake has many different faces depending on which shoreline you are on and how far south or north you travel. The west shoreline is longer and more accessible, with more towns, while the east side is shorter, with fewer access points.A majority of the lake is untouched, and the developed portion, which accounts for only 10 to 15 percent of the entire lake area, is only in the south. A raging debate goes on and on about which side of the lake is better. On both sides, you'll find cottages along the shorelines.On the east side of the lake, you have Grand Beach Provincial Park along with the summer cottage town of Victoria Beach. Over here, you'll get a combination of beautiful beaches and rocky shorelines. This is the rough water side of the lake, as the prevailing winds come from the west and drive waves up against the shoreline. The sunsets from this side of the lake are spectacular.The east side is a more popular day trip destination, driven primarily by the popularity of Grand Beach Provincial Park. This picture shows a river. The river water is clear. There are many plants on the banks of the river. It is a beautiful landscape. Bangladesh is a riverine country. A freshwater stream is a natural body of water that is formed by springs, glaciers, or natural changes, and then falls into the sea, ocean, lake, or other river or body of water. Sometimes the river can dry up completely before reaching any other water source. The river can be called as tributary, tributary, main river, river etc. according to its structure. Again, small rivers are called by different names in different geographical regions. Many cities of ancient Bengal have developed around the river. Usually the river is named after the girls. According to M. Moriswa, rivers are the streams flowing through the middle of the sector. There are many rivers in Bangladesh. Lestrbské Pleso Lake,, with the High Tatras in the background.It is situated in North Central Slovakia in the Tatra Mountains. The park is important for protecting a diverse variety of flora and fauna, with many endemic species, including the Tatra chamois.The Tatra Mountains form a natural border between Slovakia to the south and Poland to the north, and the two countries have cooperated since the early 20th century on efforts to protect the area. Poland created an adjoining national park, and UNESCO later designated the combined effort a transboundary biosphere reserve.There are more than a hundred tarns, or mountain lakes, in the park.
Veľké Hincovo pleso is the biggest one with an area of 0.2 km2, and the deepest one with 58 metres (190 ft).The area around the settlement of Lestrbské Pleso Lake, is a drainage divide for two drainage basins. To the east of this divide, streams are the headwaters of the Poprad River, of the Baltic Sea drainage basin. To the west of the divide streams are tributaries of the Váh, of the Black Sea drainage bas Located just over 10 miles north of downtown, Finger Lakes State Park hosts a wide variety of outdoor activities that you can't find in many other places in the state.Before Finger Lakes was a recreation destination, it had been a strip mine for the Peabody Coal Company. After mining operations discontinued, in conjunction with the mining company and state and federal representatives, the Mark Twain Mine was reclaimed and repurposed into what is now Finger Lakes State Park.Thanks to these efforts, visitors to Finger Lakes can enjoy all-terrain vehicle (ATV) trails, lake sports, and a place to get away into nature.As one of two state parks in Missouri that accommodate off-road riders, Finger Lakes State Park has more than 70 miles of trails to explore via motorcycle, four-wheelers, and ATVs.In addition to the plentiful off-road trails and motocross track, Finger Lakes provides numerous namesake water outlets to enjoy swimming, fishing, non-motorized boating, and scuba diving. Kayak and canoe rentals are available through the state park, and plenty of fishing holes can be found throughout the sprawling area. Thanks to its location on the shores of Table Rock Lake and its being just minutes away from all the action in Branson, Still Waters Resort is a great choice for those seeking a fun family getaway. There are plenty of water-based activities, including a choice of three heated swimming pools to relax in (and around), two of which have waterslides (inner tubes provided).Other notable amenities include a hot tub, the use of complimentary kayaks, paddleboards, paddleboats, and aqua cycles, as well as fishing gear. The resort also has its own marina. Also fun are the hiking and biking trails, along with basketball and volleyball courts. On-site dining is also available in the resort's restaurants.When it comes time to bed down for the night, take your pick from the resort's spacious studios, along with its one- to six-bedroom condos. Located overlooking the lake, these luxurious units include full kitchens with modern appliances, large living room areas with plenty of comfortable seating, plus a master bedroom. They also feature large decks and patios with outdoor furniture. Consisting of a mix of well-appointed suites and spacious cabins, cozy condos and townhomes, the Thousand Hills Cabin & Golf Resort has something for everyone seeking a great Branson vacation. A popular choice are the stand-alone one-bedroom log cabins. Covering an area of 675 square feet, these luxurious units include a two-person jet tub, separate living areas with HDTVs, and fully-equipped kitchens.Another option worth considering are the four-bedroom lake-front condos. Features of these huge units include a pullout couch in the spacious living area, a full-kitchen, and sunrooms with lake views.On-site amenities include heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools, hot tubs, plus a full-service spa. Other features of note include a fitness center, a business center, meeting and function rooms, as well as a variety of dining options. Set amid a huge 3,200-acre gated golf community, StoneBridge Resort offers plenty of choice for those seeking high-end accommodations near Branson. Guests can choose from standard hotel rooms to individual homes featuring three or more bedrooms, with the largest unit available boasting an impressive 12 bedrooms.Popular options are the three-bedroom villas. Able to sleep up to 10 guests comfortably, these spacious units have a master bedroom with a king bed, and the other two bedrooms have one and two queen beds respectively. There's even an extra place to sleep on the pullout sofa. In addition to a large living area with ample seating and a gas fireplace, these luxurious units come with full kitchens, laundry facilities, plus a furnished patio or balcony. Pet-friendly units are also available.Given the size of the property, there's certainly no shortage of fun things to do on-site. Highlights include lounging around the three heated swimming pools, enjoying a game of tennis (three courts are available), fishing at the catch-and-release lake, or exploring the resort's many miles of walking trails. The Village at Indian Point offers plenty of programs and activities for families, and is a great option for those traveling with children, whatever their age. Highlights include a year-round kids' wading pool, well-stocked games room, an adventure playground, plus basketball hoops and tetherball. Children's fishing poles are also available.For adults there's a heated gradual-entry outdoor swimming pool with a large terrace area, as well as an indoor pool, a spa, sauna, and fitness center. Other notable amenities include a conference center, banquet rooms, barbecues, a boating dock, plus a restaurant.Families will also like the one- and two-bedroom suites available at this large resort. While the largest units are able to sleep up to eight guests comfortably, all of these spacious accommodations come with living areas with a pullout couch. They also feature a stone fireplace, a full kitchen with a breakfast bar, a dining room, laundry facilities, and a covered deck with outdoor furniture and superb lake views. Local tourists from all over Pakistan and international tourists all over the visits Gilgit-Baltistan to see its beautiful lush green fields, beautiful valleys, lakes mountains glaciers, earlier royal palaces and trekking areas found in different districts of Gilgit-Baltistan and never tired of lauding the beauty of this beautiful places and linkens it as paradise on earth or the Swizerland of Pakistan.
Both International and local tourist to explore the beauty of Gilgit-Baltistan and to cheer the natural beauty forgetting all their troubles and miseries visits different districts of Gilgit-Baltistan to see either pastures of Deosai, Lakes and mountains of Skardu, historical places of hunza and trekking places in other district, but what if nature has crafted a valley where one could see all these sceneries in this single valley! Yes in this single valle y.
But the valley (mother of untouched natural beauty) I am talking about is still unveiled paradise and need to be explored.
Have you heard the name of Nagar District?If not, you must have heard the name of Majestic Rakaposhi mountain[mother of mist] whith the Elevation of 7788 metre and the 20th highest peak of the world
or pyramid shape world 38th ranked diran peak.
if you have listen the name of these peak but not the District nagar, believe me you are obviously missing the real beauty of Gilgit-Baltistan.
Referring to my intro I am going the reveal the beauty of one of the valley of district nagar, which the most tourist misses just like as if they miss the flight with tickets in hand. That is nagar khas, a sub divison of District Nagar also called valley of trekkers and expeditors . It consist of high altitude Mountains,Glaciers,beautiful valleys and lakes Which you won’t see all these magnificiant scenic beauty in single district, as it seems nature has crafted it especially to have the greatest tourism experiences.
If you have ever visited attaabad lake through karakurom higway, you must feel regret because you have reached there missing the beauty of fantasy and poetic land, nagar khas.
This valley is located along with Hunza valley and all the beauty, infront you see from karimaabad is obviously the nagar valley. Both hunza and nagar khas has been indepedent states in past with mir shaukat ali khan last royal ruler.
It is accessible from road and takes about one half an hour to enter the nagar khas valley.
You can take your way to nagar valley from hunza valley, take right just after crossing the Ganish bridge.
The first place which can be visit after reaching is royal garden dongs nagar khas which previously used to be capital of princely state nagar khas. Where one can witness the antique traditons of nagar state. Royal courts which were used as courts of justice and palaces of marble still exist.
The canon and other warfare equipment in the royal garden witnesses the bravery, chivalory,courage and gallantry of the people who fought by themselves against the invasion of british army led by colonel Durand.
Hoper is most beautiful place in Nagar, a land of snow-clad mountains, but the sheer power of glaciers to carve out new landscapes makes intricately gorgeous too Two other glaciers along with hoper glacier, Barpu glacier and Mier Glacier are are located in this area
Heading towards hoper one can witness the lush green pastures, golden peak in the back drop, peering out happy high mountains and lady finger hunza..
Opposite to Hopar the white Bualtar glacier is joined by the Barpu Glacier. This is a base camp for treks into the high, glacier-draped peaks called the Hispar Muztagh.
The another wonder of Nagar khas is Rush lake, which is one of the highest alpine lakes in the world.It is 5,098 m (16,726 ft) high and 14th world highest lake. It is located about 15 km (9 mi) north of Miar Peak and Spantik (Golden Peak).if you start your trek from nagar khas it takes a day to reach by trek with one night stay on the way.
Since recent years it has been centre of attention for both international and local trekkers.
Hisper Valley is the last village of Nagar Valley and is about 28 km from the main town of Nagar Valley. It is the camping site for the adventurers who are interested in trekking over the Biafo Glacier, from Nagar to Skardu and those seeking to climb Pumari Chhish or Kunyang Chhish will go through this village. This village consist of 150 houses and visitors can see the Hisper Glacier from this village.
Another trekking and campin site is Bar Ter trek which is most beautiful and unexplored beauty yet.It is 30 KM from main city.
it has highest playing ground with its scenic beauty and has long grazing pastures with trekking routes.if you want to see hoper glacier, hoper valley, barpu glacier, hunza valley,lady finger,rakapohi, diranchi peak and miyar Glacier at a time,God has made a gorgeous arrangement for you.
Bar ter is the place where you can make your fantasy dream came true, yes this is nature’s splendid gift where you can view of all these.
Finally don’t forget to have a delicious traditional chapshoro after doing with all these scener Chateau on the Lake Resort, Spa & Convention Center, our top-rated resort in Branson, Missouri, offers excellent accommodation options. In addition to its standard hotel rooms, a number of spacious suites are also available that have large bathrooms with separate showers and bathtubs (plus bathrobes).
These lovely units also feature a master bedroom with a king bed, a living area with a pullout couch, a handy wet bar with a mini-fridge and microwave, and a private balcony with lake views. For a real treat, upgrade to the even larger, luxurious Presidential Suite.In addition to being close to all the action in Branson - the city's theater district is just a short drive away - there's no end of fun things to do at this lovely 4-star resort. Highlights include live music and entertainment, a world-class spa, and plenty of great dining options at its restaurants. There are several ancient and historical places in Raiganj upazila of Sirajganj district of Bangladesh.
Jayasagar is one of the ancient and historical lakes. Jayasagar Dighi is located between Nimgachhi and Gotitha mouzas of Sonakhara union in Raiganj upazila of Sirajganj district. This historical and ancient lake is quite huge. In ancient times the length of the lake was half a mile, the width was a little less than half a mile, i.e. the area was about 56 acres. The beauty of the clear water of this lake fascinates the incoming tourists. There are many folk tales about this lake. King Achyut Sen Gauradhipati Feroz Shah was the tax king. Its capital was Kamalapur. It is known that Bahadur Shah, the son of Feroze Shah, was fascinated by the beautiful Bhadravati, the daughter of Achyut Sen Raja. He offers to marry her. But when Raja Achyut Sen did not agree, Bahadur Shah attacked Kamalapur, kidnapped Bhadravati and took her to Nimgachhi. King Achyut Sen attacked Bahadur Shah with his army. There was a great battle in the Nimgachi desert. Bahadur Shah's handful of soldiers were defeated in battle (1532-34 AD) by Senraj's large army. King Achyut Sen won the battle and rescued Bhadravati. To commemorate this victory and for the welfare of the hereafter, he dug a dighi near Nimgachhi called 'Jayasagar'. The name of the lake is Jayasagar because of the victory of the war. Although Jayasagar Dighi was built with 4 barrier ghats, there is no sign of this ghat at present. The fort and cantonment of King Achyut Sen, a descendant of Ballal Sen, used to be on this lake, but now it is extinct. Apart from Jayasagar Dighi, Raja Achyut Sen excavated Bhadra Dighi in the name of his general Pratap, Pratap Dighi, Uday Dighi in the name of his servant Uday and Kanya Bhadravati. Have a memorable lake getaway at the Chateau on the Lake Resort Spa & Convention Center, taking advantage of the beautiful surroundings with your pooch on boating adventures and nature trails.This upscale resort sits on a hill overlooking Table Rock Lake, and it is within driving distance of the city center and entertainment district. Perfect for family getaways, the property boasts a full service Chateau Marina, lake-view dining, a spa, seasonal kids' club, two tennis courts, indoor and outdoor pools, and a Sweet Shoppe with ice-cream.A four-legged companion up to 25 pounds is welcome at the resort for a fee of $50 per stay. Pets receive a special treat upon arrival, and the property has plenty of pet relief stations. Take your furry family members to dine at nearby pet-friendly restaurants, like Danna's BBQ & Burger Shop, Billy Bob DairyLand, and Landry's Seafood. Can you really say you've been to New York City without visiting Central Park? Most locals would answer with a resounding, "no."Arguably the most recognized park in the city, or maybe even the world, Central Park takes up 840 acres right in the heart of Manhattan. It was one of the first American parks to be designed using landscape architecture, as well. That's right: the park is manmade.Today, it has acres of grassy meadows, gentle hills, rocky cliffs, fountains, a zoo, lakes, and even a castle. Every New Yorker has a section of the park that feels like their own little special place of calm in an otherwise nonstop city Just south of the city and on the shores of Table Rock Lake, Table Rock State Park is a great natural getaway into the Ozarks. This expansive state park features second-growth oak forests intertwined with multi-use trails, and plenty of access to the sprawling waters.
Table Rock State Park offers popular activities, such as mountain biking, fishing, and spending the night under the stars. The 2.25-mile Table Rock Lake Shore Trail is a great way to appreciate the lake from land, and thanks to the State Park Marina and full line of boat rentals, appreciation can be found on top of the water as well.To extend your stay at Table Rock, the state park also provides two campgrounds complete with non-electric and electric campsites, shower facilities, and flushing toilets. A two-night minimum is required when booking a weekend campsite in advance. Table Rock also features a premium yurt complete with two bedrooms, televisions, and a kitchen with an electric stove. Oil baron E.W. Marland once lived in this magnificent home, where elegance still drips from every surface. Dubbed the "Palace on the Prairie," this home resembles more of a royal residence than a wealthy man's domicile. Marland employed a team of artists, decorators, and sculptors, headed by architect John Duncan Forsyth, to create this lavish estate. Much of its beauty lies outside the ornate walls, so be sure to schedule time to see Lake Whitemarch, the swimming pool, the boathouse, and vast gardens. Over 59,000 acres of spectacular wilderness welcome visitors to this impressive wildlife refuge. Established in 1901, the area protects hundreds of plant and bird species, as well as fish, reptiles, amphibians, and other creatures (like elk, bison, and longhorn cattle). It's a wonderfully wild mix of towering mountains, mixed grass prairies, and sparkling lakes just 30 minutes northwest of Lawton. If you are looking for a great camping weekend then Turner Falls, Oklahoma's largest waterfall, is one of the best getaways in the state.Located near Davis, Oklahoma, Turner Falls is a 77-foot-high waterfall, with natural swimming areas surrounding it. This is a perfect weekend getaway for outdoor enthusiasts and families. Besides the main attraction, the massive Turner Falls waterfall, there are caves and other natural areas to explore.You can fish for stocked trout and spend part of your time on the hiking trails making for a full outdoor weekend. The stocked streams in the park are especially popular in the winter.The park around the falls has cabins, camping sites, and an RV park. It is best to book those and the tickets for Turner Falls ahead of time to guarantee your spot. If you have time, make your way south to Lake Murray, which is also a nice outdoor recreation area. Myriad Botanical Gardens provides an oasis in Oklahoma City's downtown for residents, families, and tourists. The space and facilities are free to use, covering 15 acres with walking paths, a large lawn, and small lake. There is also a playground, an off-leash dog park, and a visitor center. The gardens include a children's garden, ornamental gardens, and the impressive Crystal Bridge Conservatory. Here, visitors can explore the plants of two climates, the Tropical Wet Zone and the Tropical Dry Zone, and the desert plant area. Together, more than 750 species of plants are represented in lovely surroundings that include a waterfall and a bridge over the tropical forest from which visitors can get a bird's-eye view. Sitakunda is a place where you will never have to go back in despair, here you will find mountains, sea, waterfalls, lakes all together, so you can choose any of your choice: Suddenly I felt the need to turn around from somewhere, I had less time on hand, looking for where to go, I thought it would be better to go to Sitakunda, so that night we started our 1 day journey by night train: since last time Chandranath hill, Napittachari trail and Mahamaya lake Gone so I planned this tiSuptadhara: The Chittagong Mail train leaves from Kamalapur railway station at around 10:30 pm. From there we freshened up, had breakfast and left for Sitakunda Bazaar, our first destination being Sitakunda Ecopark. I left Sitakunda Bazar with 100 rupees rent and went to Ecopark Gate. Entry fee of Ecopark is 30 rupees. Once inside the ecopark, you can see a lot of CNG, from there you can go to Sahasradhara with a fare of Tk 250, but we did the opposite plan to visit the Ecopark without CNG, everyone usually goes to Sahasradhara first, then Suptadhara. Instead we walked 1.1 km to the Suptadhara gate, the advantage of going here earlier is that you will find much less crowds of people.
After a while, you will see short poems or some meaningful writing on a huge signboard on this road in Echo Park (if not too much problem, I would say walk without cng, you will see a lot even if it is a little difficult).
About 424 stairs will have to go down to the mouth of the mountain stream flowing from the main Suptadhara. Where the stairs end, the hill Jhiripath starts from then, the sound of falling Suptadhara water will ring in the ears from a long distance, it will be very difficult to climb the stairs.Sahasradhara: Another 25-30 minutes walk from Suptadhara to the Sahasradhara Stairs. The stairs there are about 550+, but not like the staircase of the suptadharara. You do not have to cross any jhiripath. Comparatively much more accessible from the latent. After bathing in the fountain for a long time, we went to Sitakunda Bazaar at around 1 o'clock, ate lunch there, rested for a while and left for Bashbaria at 3 o'clock.
It takes about 30 minutes to go from Sitakunda Bazaar, it's a lot like Kuakata, Cox's Bazar. The main attraction of Banshbaria beach is the bridge. The bridge extends far beyond the sea. It is submerged during high tide. 11-12 in the morning and 4-5 in the afternoon at high tide. We couldn't get up at high tide. From here you can see Sandeep from far away at no cost - you can also go around the sea for a while by trawler if you want.
Then straight to Guliyakhali with CNG,
# Guliyakhali Sea Beach: You can reach the beach by walking on the green carpet for ten minutes from CNG. You may have seen many sea-beaches but never seen one. What do we mean by sea-beach? Sand on one side and water on the other. But this beach is completely different. Sea water after hitting the green grass by the sea. Sea water on one side and Keora forest on the other side. You will also see swan forests and mangrove forests. It is not possible to understand this beauty without seeing it with your own eyes. Sit on the green carpet, enjoy the sunset and come to Sitakundu Bazaar again.