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These Are Undoubtedly The Most Beautiful Boating Destinations In India

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Whether you're new to boating or a boating aficionado, HolidayIQ Travellers encourage you to flock to these beautiful boating destinations in India.

These Are Undoubtedly The Most Beautiful Boating Destinations In India:

  1. Hotel The Grand Mamta, Srinagar (Jammu & Kashmir)
  2. Tamil Nadu Hotel, Hogenakkal (Tamil Nadu)
  3. Coconut Lagoon, Kumarakom (Kerala)
  4. Manu Maharani, Nainital (Uttarakhand)
  5. Hillock Hotel, Mount Abu (Rajasthan)
  6. Evershine Keys Prima Resort, Mahabaleshwar (Maharashtra)
  7. Rishi Regency Hotel, Jabalpur (Madhya Pradesh)

Day 1. Dal Lake, Srinagar

Dal Lake, Srinagar
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Dal Lake is one of the most popular lakes in India and for good. The Shikaras are an experience everyone should have. HolidayIQ Traveller Vaishali Kulkarni Shares, “I had a very enriching experience on our visit to Srinagar. Especially the Dal lake. The ride on the Dal Lake was good, they have well kept, clean shikaras. The view of the sunset was awesome during the boat ride.”

Day 2. Hogenakkal, Tamil Nadu

Hogenakkal, Tamil Nadu
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Also Known as the Niagara Of India, Hogenakkal is one of the most scenic spots in Tamil Nadu. HolidayIQ Traveller Imdath Ahmed shares, “The waterfalls in Hogenakkal is very beautiful with a level of unlimited fun. Monsoon season is the best time to visit this place. Boating here, is not to be missed. Even kids will enjoy a lot here. The scenic beauty of this place is awesome.” Boating here is beyond blissful.

Day 3. The Backwaters Of Kumarakom

The Backwaters Of Kumarakom
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Peace stretched over calm waters like a blanket, makes for a great reason to be here. HolidayIQ Traveller Kailas Nair shares, “My friends and I spent a day on a Houseboat at Kumarakom. It was one of the most beautiful and unforgettable experiences during the trip. A well maintained fully conditioned houseboat with all the necessary facilities, certainly makes you feel at home.”

Day 4. Naini Lake, Nainital

Naini Lake, Nainital
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Engulfed in a thick shroud of fog in the mornings and late evenings, Naini Lake is the ultimate boating experience. HolidayIQ Traveller Varsha Deva shares, “This is an awesome lake. It is clean and beautiful. The place is surrounded by mountains all around. Both boats with manual paddles, motor boats are available here.” HolidayIQ Traveller Sandeep Kumar Roy shares, “Nainital Lake is scenic beauty at its best. This place is clean water surrounded by snow peaked Himalayan ranges. Boating here, is such a wonderful experience.”

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Day 5. Nakki Lake, Mount Abu

Nakki Lake, Mount Abu
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HolidayIQ Traveller Malhotra shares, “The sight of lake is a pleasure, reflection of mountains and its serenity. Boating adds to relaxation. One can climb the mountain for a good view of lake from top as well as sunset on other side. The view is exotic.”

Day 6. Venna Lake, Mahabaleshwar

Venna Lake, Mahabaleshwar
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HolidayIQ traveller Anupriya says, "It's a good place for boating. Both paddle boats and rowing boats are available for one or half an hour for 350 or 500 bucks respectively. Just 100m away Horse riding can be done for 100 bucks and you can find a variety of local vendors selling fruits and other edibles in the nearby areas. You also have a bus stop there and it's located on the Mahabaleshwar-Panchgani Highway which makes this place quite convenient for a visit."

Day 7. Boating Among Marble Rocks, Jabalpur

Boating Among Marble Rocks, Jabalpur
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Imagine boating in moonlight, surrounded by marble rocks shimmering at their gorgeous best. Yes, you get the picture. HolidayIQ traveller Aman says, "The marble rocks at Bhedaghat rise high, up to a 30 meter of level on either side of the River Narmada. The sunlight shines on these marble white rocks and casts shadows on the serene waters. It is not only in the day that the charm of this place can be experienced, even during night, these white marble rocks spotted with black and dark green volcanic seams are truly majestic, and produce a magical effect under the moonlight.Narmada flows gently through the towering marbles rocks, but a little distance away, it becomes turbulent. Here it cascades into a mighty waterfall, called 'Dhuandhar'. The name literally means 'the smoke cascade'. The power of the waterfall can be gauged by the roaring sounds of the falls, which can be heard from a far distance."

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