India tour places– If you see countries around the world, you’ll identify that almost every state has numerous tourist places. And among all nations, India is one of the countries which almost traveler desires to visit.
India, a country with a variety of historical places/events, vibrant geographies, unparallel routes, and rich culture. But it is not enough to define the beauty of India. The best thing about this country is that every region or state has its own culture, languages which no other has.
India or Bharat has sky-touching Himalayan Ranges in the northeast and a number of beaches in the southwest. Also, Siachen glacier in the North and Backwater in the South. And if I talk about India’s geography, then it has the evergreen forest, wetlands in the East, and Thar desert in the west.
TOP INDIAN TOUR PLACES FOR YOUR NEXT TRIP
Believe me guys, India is full of surprises. The next thing I have done is pack my bag, made my Air Canada booking and ran towards India to explore their culture and satisfy my inner bugs.
Here from my journey, I bring you some places that you should visit on your India tour as it will take a lifetime for you to cover all the beautiful natural and man-made creation of India.
#1 LADAKH- HIMALAYAN GATEWAY
Ladakh situated at 11,400 ft, and it is the land of high passes, surrounded by top three mountain passes, you can even scale them on a vehicle. Also, it is known as the adventure capital of India, and it is famous for dry adventure activities and endless snow.
Moreover, this region is also famous for its incredible nature, unique culture, monasteries, and most exciting, their hospitality. In case you are on a quest to find a location where you can spend some time alone, then my friend night in Ladakh complete your journey.
If you want some severe adventure up your nerves, then Ladakh is the best choice; also it is the best place to enjoy.
#2 KUTCH- THE SALT DESERT
Kutch if you know about this place then I believe you heard “White desert.” Yes, Rann of Kutch is the place which is known as a white desert, white desert because it was covered with salt.
With Rann Utsav which held every year, travelers and cultural enthusiasts enjoy and saw the pure beauty of white sand under the bright moonlight.
#3 SRINAGAR- PARADISE ON EARTH
When you visit India, someone will surely advise you to “visit heaven on earth.”Sounds strange Nah!! But Yes!
Srinagar is one of those places in India, which is known for its beauty and culture. It is full of lavishing natural beauty like green and snowy mountains, ethereal lakes, houseboats, and so many things that you must want to see before you die.
Even you can plan your trip with your family, and you can visit any time in the year. But as per my views, you should visit in between March and October the best time to see the beauty.
If you have an adventurer soul, then you should visit in December or January. In these months you can see Srinagar covered in snow and you can enjoy an adventurous sport too.
#4 VARANASI- THE OLDEST CITY
Varanasi or Benaras is the holiest & of the seven sacred old cities in Hinduism, and it is situated on the banks of Ganges. Varanasi beauty is shown in its spellbound heavy dose of religious fervor.
Kashi Vishwanath temple, sunset strolls across the ghats and majestic evening aarti are few of the most tranquil experiences one can have in this holy city.
Nearby Sarnath, which is 12 km from Varanasi famous as the site of Deer Park where Gautama Buddha first taught the Dharma, can also be easily visited.
#5 KOLKATA- CITY OF JOY
Kolkata is the capital of West Bengal and famous for the sweet voice of people, also renowned for Durga Puja the most important festival celebrated. During the time of puja, you can enjoy a variety of cuisines, and also get a chance to see the famous dance known as “Dhunuchi Naach.”
Kolkata is also famous as most of the Nobel Prize winners and talented people belong to this city including Amartya Sen, Rabindranath Tagore, Mother Teresa, CV Raman, etc.
You will surely enjoy this city and places you see here. I advise you to visit Kolkata during Durga Puja; it is the best time when you can taste the culture of Kolkata.
Also, don’t forget to enjoy the famous Bengali sweet “Rasgulla.”
#6 ANDAMAN- PRISTINE BEACHES
Although assumed as a single destination, Andaman is a cluster of small scattered islands, each island famous for the pristine beaches and unique water activities. You can do from simple boating to scuba diving in Andaman, you can enjoy all kinds of water-based sports in Andaman.
On the pristine beaches like Radhanagar, the place provides endless entertainment and fascinating culture & adventure. Havelock, Neil islands are the most visited islands of Andaman.
#7 KERALA- GOD’S OWN COUNTRY
Kerala the southern state is one of the beautiful destinations in South India and is famous for backwater locations. Kerala is also one of the most attractive tourist locations in south India for backwater.
The main tourist’s attractions in Kerala include Alleppey to enjoy the houseboat vacations, Munnar to enjoy its weather and the tea fields, Kumarakom to enjoy for the sightseeing places and some nature photography, Wayanad is famous for the greenery and paddy field around you.
#8 VRINDAVAN- LORD KRISHNA’S CONNECTION
Vrindavan city is one of the famous cities of India, and it is famous because according to Hinduism Lord Krishna’s childhood days were spent here. Also, it is the most visited pilgrimage center of the Hindus, and it alone holds more than 5000 Hindu temples.
And visiting here will surely help you understand the ancient history of India. Have you heard about the festival of colors: Holi? If Yes!
Then, Holi is the best time for you to visit because Vrindavan Holi is one of the fantastic Holi that allure people from all around the world. Also, “Phoolon-ki-Holi” is one of the best types of Holi that people love to play.
Next time visit India in March so that you can get a chance to experience Vrindavan Holi. Also, Vrindavan doesn’t have an airport. So, you need to either travel by bus, train or car.
#9 LAHAUL SPITI- UNLEASH YOUR ADVENTURE
Ladakh has various hidden neighbors, and Lahaul is one of them. It is one of the untouched places of India and almost six months covered in thick sheets of snow.
If one wants to visit, then the arrival of summer is the best time, melting snow give way to this beauty. When you visit Lahaul, you’ll experience beautiful shades of blue sky and beautiful meadows.
If you want to visit Spiti valley, then you need to cross Kunzum Pass which is located at an altitude of 15,000 feet. Also, it is known as the gateway of Spiti Valley.
#10 OOTY- QUEEN OF HILLS
If you want to experience the realm of colonial charm, then Ooty is the best place for you. Take a toy train ride.
The lethargic village has a feeling of immortality and is host to the vibrant green gardens, lakes, tea ranches, and cascades. Also, don’t miss visiting Doddabetta Peak and Ooty Lake.
#11 JAIPUR- ROYAL CONNECTION
Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and renowned for the authentic Forts, bright dresses, and famous Rajasthani folk dance.
If you are visiting Jaipur for first time, then I advise you to take a guide with you, because every place in Jaipur holds some historical value also some untold stories of freedom fighters.
Most palace already transforms into hotels or historical museums, so that you can spend most of your time with royal facilities.
You can visit Jaipur by using any traveling mediums such as by bus, flight, or by your vehicle. During summer the Temperature is too in Jaipur so carry water bottles with you and shades to make your eyes comfy in hot weather.
#12 TAWANG, ARUNACHAL PRADESH
If the monastery brings interest to you, the beautiful, strange slope town of Tawang is shouting to you. Among the numerous monasteries that are close to one another, and the one that emerges is the birthplace of Dalai Lama. The long periods of March to September discover you amid a cool summer, not very weighed down with snow.
#13 KASOL- WHERE HIPPIES LIVES
Travelers well know the place; Kasol is a Hamlet in Himachal Pradesh. Once you visit this place, you’ll feel that every person should travel to this place at least once.
Here is why one should travel alone, when you go alone, you not only discover a new way to see your surroundings but also you get to interact with that part of you which you have been hiding in yourself because of everyday stress and hectic schedule.
SUMMARY & CONCLUSION
Traveling alone makes us more independent as well as you learn to cherish yourself by enjoying time with yourself.
So above are the places that I suggest you visit on your tour to India. My fellow travelers enjoy fullest once you are in India, track to famous passes and visit famous beaches and don’t forget to try tasty cuisines. We would recommend you to check out this site for information related to India treks.
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