1. SIZE:
  • New Hampshire is the 5th smallest by area and the 10th least populous of U.S. states
  • It has a total of 221 towns and 13 cities in the state.


  • Alabama’s programs of higher education include 14 four-year public universities, numerous two-year community colleges, and 17 private, undergraduate, and graduate universities.



The iconic mouthwatering foods of this state are: –

  • Apple Cider Donuts – These New England favorites are a delicious treat for anyone in New Hampshire. Plain or with a cinnamon-sugar glaze, these old-fashioned treats will never go out of style.
  • Venison – If you live in New Hampshire, chances are that you or someone you know hunts. No Wonder people in New Hampshire appreciate fresh game, especially venison.
  • Spiked Cider – New Hampshire residents have long loved warm apple cider with run and cinnamon on a cold November night.
  • Clam Chowder – New England Clam Chowder could also be known as New Hampshire Clam chowder. This creamy soup is a favorite in the Granite State.
  • Apple Pie – The state is home to many rolling apple orchards, so it’s no surprise that we love apple pie.
  • Maple Syrup – The rest of the country may use Maple Syrup for pancakes, but you know that it can be used for everything and anything, from making, to topping your favorite ice cream.
  • Yogurt – Yogurt may not be the first food that springs to mind when you think of New Hampshire, but popular Stoneyfield Yogurt is based right here in Londonderry!
  • Mead – Everyone loves a good glass of wine, but this is New Hampshire’s own unique take, made from honey rather than grapes.
  • Fried Lake Bass – New Hampshire residents also love to fish, and to make good recipes of their catch!
  • Chocolate Mice – these adorable and tasty little treats are quite famous here.
  • Lobster – Lobster tends to be a rare luxury indeed and the quality always suffers when it isn’t eaten fresh.
  • Boiled dinner – Corned beef and cabbage, boiled dinner, whatever you call it, this classic is salty, hearty, and delicious, and you are sure to love it.


  • Buses and trains are available in the state at affordable prices.
  • Private taxis and rental cars also can be used for personal travel.


  • Washington Cog Railway
  • Strawbery Banke
  • Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway and Franconia Notch
  • Portsmouth Harbor Trail and Historic Houses
  • Monadnock
  • North Conway and Mt. Washington Valley Ski Resorts
  • Hampton Beach
  • Fall Foliage
  • Lake Winnipesaukee
  • Kancamagus Highway
  • Covered Bridge Driving Tour
  • Woodman Institute and Garrison House
  • Story Land
  • Lost River Gorge
  • Clark’s Trading Post



  • University of Hampshire
  • Plymouth State University
  • Southern New Hampshire University


  • CLIMATE – New Hampshire experiences a humid continental climate with warm, humid summers, and long, cold, and snowy winters. Precipitation is evenly distributed all year. Winters are cold and snowy throughout the state, and especially severe in the northern and mountainous areas.


  • FEES – Most of the institutes are affordable and provide scholarships also.


  • EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES – Many student organizations and clubs are available in colleges and are open for student participation as per individual interests.


  • INTERNSHIPS – A lot of universities helps students to get practical experience in a setting like the student’s desired post-education environment via career center services.