There are infinite reasons on why you need to visit India once in your life time. From breathtaking views to religious destinations, you will want to wet your feet in every nook and corner of India. Possibly, you’ll also manage to find your inner peace and spirituality there, but what we know for sure is these experiences will go down in memory lane.
Traveling in India also provides you with various options to choose from. From national daily flights to India’s nation-wide car rental Bookcab, you can go from place-to-place easily. But, if you are having a hard time deciding on places that you need to visit on this trip to India, you’re in luck. We have sorted some awe-inspiring places that will make your visit all worth your time and money, just so that you can make up your mind easily for your next rendezvous.
Check out the 10 truly amazing places you should visit in India.
1. Islands of Lakshadweep
One of the loveliest places in India, famous for the water sports like snorkeling and scuba diving, the Lakshadweep Islands feed both your adventurous self and peace-loving soul. The serene blue water and green island that homes you in your vacation is no less than a piece of heaven on Earth.
Banaras or Varanasi is the holy city of India for people of different religions including Hindu, Buddhist and Jain. One of the oldest cities in south Asia, Banaras unravels a number of ghats (river banks), known as burning ghats, which are also recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site.
3. The Ladakh Lakes
Home to some of the spectacular lakes with clear blue water and stunning views, Ladakh can awaken your inner nature-lover in the blink of an eye. The lakes situated at the height of 4,350m change their forms every other hour to show how beautifully nature paints itself. Make sure you take your significant other to show the epitome of your romantic side which is obviously brought out by the mesmerizing beauty of these lakes.
4. Kanha National Park
You’ve never visited India if you’ve never seen a Royal Bengal Tiger. You can cross this off your bucket list by visiting the Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh, which happens to be one of the largest national parks that homes large number of Bengal tigers. Noted widely for the rich wild life and dense forests, this park is a must-see to know more about the wildlife of India.
5. Kerala Backwaters
Often referred to as “God’s own country,” Kerala is situated at the Arabian Sea coast and has five lakes, canals and rivers to cover half of the state with water. Water connects several towns and cities in Kerala, which makes backwater cruising a hip culture there. Be sure to enjoy the trips in backwater lagoons and unique aquatic life that Kerala offers in your next visit to India.
6. Temples at Bhubaneswar
City of Temples, Bhubaneshwar is considered one of the holiest places in India as there are more than 600 Hindu temples located in the city. Take some time and visit the famous temples, like Lingaraj temple, Puri Jagannath temple, and many more whenever you feel spiritual or curious about Hindu religion.
7. The Taj Mahal
Located in the city of Agra, the Taj Mahal is globally considered as one of the seven man-made wonders in the world. Among many reasons to see Taj Mahal, one is the magic of architectural excellence that Ustad Ahmad Lahauri has managed to spell upon this piece of art. Taj Mahal is also epic as it was built as a gift of love to his deceased wife Mumtaz by the then Mughal Emperor Saha Jahan in 1962. Taj Mahal still houses the tomb of Mumtaz.
The smallest state in India known for its rich tourism, thanks to the exotic beaches and intricate architecture, Goa is the place to go in your next India visit. The stunning white-sand beaches, the vast range of Indian and international cuisines, the flora and fauna, there are many things to see and experience in Goa. Whether you like water sports, getting a good suntan on the beach or walking the town to see brilliant architectures, it’s your call, but you shouldn’t miss visiting Goa at any cost.
9. Tea Gardens in Darjeeling
Among a large range of attractions that Darjeeling offers, their green tea gardens in the hills is what stands out the most. Although you can go for rafting, trekking or hiking when you are in Darjeeling, the experience of sipping quality tea at the top of the hill while looking at the vast greenery of the tea garden is what feels exotic.
10. Tsomgo Lake in Sikkim
Situated at an altitude of 12,000 feet and above, Tsomgo Lake can awe-strike you with its fantastic views and if you are lucky enough, you can get to see the lake freeze and walk on top of it. Although you need to trek to the lake, all the hardships become worthwhile when you reach to the tranquil that serene and beautiful Tsomgo lake provides.
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