Welcome to my beautiful country, welcome to India. If you are reading this article, you are probably an Indian looking for options to explore in your colourful country or someone who wishes to be here someday. Whatever, the case is, you are in the right direction. With a variety of unique landscapes, serene beaches and religious sites, there is no other place like India. Travelling in India is a deep experience. The mix of traditional living and the modern world is incredibly astounding. This country will give you magical moments that will change the way you see the world. Travel India with an open heart, and I promise, you’ll learn so much. As things get better post covid and a large number of people are vaccinated, travelling more might be on your bucket list. So here we are, with the perfect list of places to visit India. Are you ready? For an insane journey ahead?
1. SPITI VALLEY
Long turning roads and valleys that present memorable sights of cold desert and snow-crowned mountains welcome you when you set foot into Spiti Valley. As Spiti Valleyseparates India from Tibet, it justifies its name, which signifies “the middle land”. Lightly populated, Spiti is an adventure enthusiast paradise, with a number of trekking trails that tourists can choose from. It’s a heaven for adventure seekers and trekkers as it offers treks through some of the most unseen, dream-like landscapes, watched over by grand sceneries.
Popularly known as the “Venice of the East”, Udaipur is truly a beautiful city with a broad range of natural splendour set at every nook and turn. It is amidst the stunning Aravali Ranges of Rajasthan, India and known for its rich beautiful-looking lakes, it is also called ‘the city of lakes. The captivating lakes in presence everywhere make an impeccable milieu around the city as well as sets upon many hues, colours and smiles on many personalities. This fascinating city is full of palaces, temples and Havelis present far and wide. The presence of greenery creates a spirit of grace and peace. It’s known for its culture and culture around the globe and acts as a hub for the performing arts, painting and crafts. Udaipur is now looked upon among the romantic cities of the World.
Known as the Switzerland of India, with cool temperatures and alpine scenery, Kashmir is completely different from the rest of India. Some of the main attractions in Kashmir are itsbeautiful snow-clad peaks in winter, emerald green valleys in summer, timeless monasteries, waterfalls, lakes, gardens, the list is neverending. One special thing you definitely must do is taking a boat ride on Dai Lake in Srinagar. The lake is beautifully photogenic, with floating markets, taxi boats looking like gondolas, wooden houseboats and misty mountains in the view.
4. PUDUCHERRY ( PONDICHERRY )
Blooming bougainvillaeas, majestic cathedrals on leafy boulevards and 18th-century colonial colony colour the former French colony of Pondy, which sits proudly on the Bay of Bengal. But it’s also undeniably Indian, with colourful festivals throughout the year, several mosques and the Sri Aurobindo Ashram. Clean and serene beaches stretch north and south from town, good for swimming and sunrise scenes. Pondicherry is a popular weekend getaway destination from Chennai and is easy to travel on foot or by cycle.
This might be an actual shock, as this one is definitely not a conventional tourist place. But trust me that this city made me fall in love with it instantly. From the Sabarmati Ashram to the phenomenal Law Garden, Night market, the city is an epitome of diversity that reflects the beauty of heritage in India. The city is extremely safe, clean and fascinating at the same time. Popular places to see in Ahmedabad are a mix of magnificent temples, striking mosques, interesting museums, picturesque lakes, calming river-front and bits of Gandhi history
I hope, I could help. Leave your precious comments and opinions down below. Add on the list, Go ahead dear travellers.