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5 Favorable Places to Visit in India

by Paresh Bramhane
5 Favorable Places to Visit in India

Indian land is rich in diversity and vibrant. It is an amalgamation of modern and traditional worlds. India, the second-most populous country in the world, has a rich heritage that dates back to ancient times. Indian land, home to the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal is also a spiritual haven for nearly all religions. India’s peninsular region is well-known for its trade and tourism. India is a great place to travel throughout the year. It has beautiful beaches like Goa, Rajasthan’s eternal deserts, and the snow-covered Himalayas. This article can help you find the most exciting places to visit in India if you’re planning on visiting the country. We have listed the top five most exciting places in India that are suitable for all types of travelers.

Darjeeling

It is considered one of the most beautiful hill stations in West Bengal, an Indian state. Darjeeling is known for its rich culture and natural heritage. It also has a reputation for its tea plantations. Another specialty included in the Darjeeling tour is the breathtaking views of Khangchendzonga, the third highest mountain in the entire world. You should take a scenic train ride on the Toy Train, which runs from Darjeeling towards Ghum. Darjeeling is a great place for adventure seekers to go mountain biking and bike riding. Darjeeling’s serene environment and Buddhist monasteries are another reason to fall in love.

Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand, also known as Dev Bhoomi (locally called Dev Bhoomi), is a center for unique spirituality and heritage in India. The valley’s dramatic terrain is rich in sparkling lakes, lofty glaciers, and bubbling rivers. Uttrakhand’sChotaChardham sites (Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri) attract pilgrims and spiritual seekers towards it every year. Conservationists love Corbett Tiger Reserve’s rich flora, fauna. Kedarkantha Trek offers the most rewarding experience for trekkers. The summit climb is very popular with beginners. Uttrakhand is a great escape from the heat of summer. For a pleasant experience, it is best to visit this mountain state in April and June.

Rajasthan

Rajasthan is known for its Rajput valor. Its palaces, forts, and festivals are a sign of the grandeur of Rajasthan. The capital city of Jaipur is part of the Golden Triangle Tourist Circuit. New Delhi and Agra are the other vertices. Jaipur is known as the Paris of India. It boasts pink buildings such as Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal, and City Palace. Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur is one of the most impressive forts in Rajasthan. It has a stunning architectural style. It is a wonderful place to spend time, known for its beautiful lakes. Due to the moderate temperatures and weather conditions, winter is the best season to visit Rajasthan.

Goa

Goa, an erstwhile Portuguese colony and the Pearl of the Orient is known for its beautiful beaches and rich marine habitats. Goa is where you can feel the hippie vibes. The place is open to tourists all year round and provides a great nightlife experience as well as best-in-class hospitality. Goa is known for its thrills and adventures and its architectural wonders, such as temples, churches, and mosques. Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary is recommended for bird watching. Goa is the destination of choice for adventure lovers and newlyweds in India.

Kashmir

The natural beauty of Kashmir has earned Kashmir the title of Heaven On Earth. Beautiful meadows, stunning freshwater lakes, lush fruit orchards, and majestic snow-laden mountains make Kashmir a great destination for families vacationing with their children. Enjoy a fun ride on a Shikara at Srinagar’s Dal Lake. You can enjoy the amazing natural beauty of the Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary and Shalimar Bagh by taking a Shikara ride. There are many options for rejuvenating your soul, including trekking, river rafting, and fishing. If you’re planning on visiting India, make sure to include Kashmir in your itinerary. You won’t regret it.

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