It’s tulip time for Ranjini Haridas in the Netherlands

It’s tulip time for Ranjini Haridas in the Netherlands

Television anchor and actor Ranjini Haridas is a person consumed by wanderlust and loves to hit the road in search of exotic destinations. She takes her travel seriously and is into knowing more about the places she visits besides enjoying the beautiful sights there. Ranjini’s work takes her to many places and she travels otherwise too. The popular TV presenter also makes it a point to take her fans on many vicarious journeys through her You Tube channel. “We should travel to all places where the mind desires to go,” says Ranjini, who craves for adventure travel.

In an earlier interview to Onmanorama Ranjini had said that she would study in detail the destinations on her itinerary before setting on a journey. “I will dig deep into a place’s history, culture, people, cuisine, and find out nearby places of interest before I embark on a journey,” she had said.

Ranjini has now shared pictures of her latest vacation on social media. Love is the air as the breathtaking snaps show Ranjini and her boyfriend Sharath Pulimood standing amidst a sea of tulip flowers in the Netherlands. Hundreds of thousands of tourists visit the Netherlands when the tulips are in full bloom. The actor took to the Instagram handle to share awesome pics from Lisbon in Portugal too.

The tulip magic

The highlight is undoubtedly the Keukenhof Garden, which will be flooded with the bright-coloured tulip flowers. The flowers of different hues, including light green, white and yellow, will definitely capture the hearts of the tourists. The splash of colours at Keukenkof is a favourite hunting ground for the shutterbugs as the Dutch flower park is known as the most photographed place in the world. One of the songs in actor Vikram’s super-hit film ‘Anniyan’ was canned at Keukenkof.

More than 70 lakh varieties of flowers can found at Keukenkof and travellers from around the globe come to the park to attend the flower show in April-May.  

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