India is one of the most beautiful countries in Southeast Asia. It is also called the land of contrast, from the wettest land of Mawsynram to the driest Jaisalmer. It’s a melting pot of different cultures and traditions. India is a diverse country with many travel destinations to offer, so let’s start with it;
Kolad is a village in Raigad district of Maharashtra State. It lies on the bank of river Kundalika. It is one of the best place for sightseeing surrounded by luscious greenery. It’s a hub for many water sports. It is a paradise for nature lovers and adventure freaks.
The yoga capital of the world, located at the foothills of Himalayas in Northern India, with the holy Ganges flowing through it, popularly known for it’s adventure sports. Such as water sports, hiking and it’s magnificent temples. It is a pilgrimage town for Hindus, since it’s a religious place. Alcohol and non veg food is prohibited.
. RANTHAMBORE NATIONAL PARK
Located near the city of Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan. It is one of the largest wildlife reserve. It was formerly a hunting ground for loyals. One can see the spectacular views from Ranthambore fort. People can also hopp into safari jeeps to look around more closely. It’s a perfect place for wildlife photographers.
. JIM CORBETT NATIONAL PARK
One of the oldest national park in India, located at Nainital district and Pauri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. It was named after hunter and naturalist Jim Corbett. It is a forested wildlife sanctuary popularly known for it’s Bengal tigers. One can closely look into animals habitat through a Jeep Safari. It is a place for Nature’s admirers and photographers.
One of the popular hill station of India, located in the Kumaon foothills named after Nainital lake. It is surrounded by seven hills known as Sapta-Shring, which adds alluring beauty to it. It has a pleasent weather through out the year. One can satisfy their eye by the spectacular view of hills and lakes.
One of the oldest cities and the spiritual capital of India, located on the banks of river Ganges in the State of Uttar Pradesh. One of the seven scared cities of Hinduism. It has many temples and is an ideal place for a religious person, also infamous for it’s chaotic bazaars with variety of eatables. One can roam around the city for different tourist attractions.
The capital city of India. It has mix of different cultures. It has many things to offer, few of them are Red fort the Mughal fort built by Shah Jahan. It is used for flag hosting ceremony every year. Qutub Minar also called the victory tower built by Qutubud-din-aibak which falls under UNESCO World Heritage site. India Gate a war memorial located along the Rajpat road in New Delhi is famous for hosting Republic Day parade every year.
Also known as the land of Maharajas, largest state of India. It is renowned for its magnificent forts,palaces and vibrant folk dances and songs. Some of the most famous forts of Rajasthan are Chittorgarh fort, Bhangarh fort and many more. Also well known for it’s beautiful cities which gives a cultural peak to it’s heritage. One can enjoy the remnant of the loyals here.
Also known as the “Queen of hills”, a hill station located in Tamil Nadu State. Infamous for lakes, waterfall, botanical garden and other things. One can have the dazzling view of the hill station roaming around. The hill station remains relatively cooler throughout the year.
The union territory of India, lies in the southern part of Indian peninsula. Punducherry depicts French fusion with South Indian cultures. The impressive streets the French style villa’s and many more. It has many authentic bakeries and cafes to serve your taste buds. One can soak themselves at the pleasant beaches and enjoy the view of setting sun. It’s a preferable place for fashion freaks and photographers.