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Aug 2020
Places to visit in India
Where to go and what are the best places to visit in India? It's not an easy question to answer for such a big and diverse country like India. The country is so colorful and is the culture which could be found rarely in other countries. we want to give you a good understanding of your options. It will hopefully help you understand which regions are popular, which are not as touristy, and all the many delights and challenges of the particular regions. With all this in mind, you can make a decision according to your preferences.

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM INDIA?

India is the seventh-largest country in the world. We are blessed with some amazingly diverse geographical regions. 
A desert landscape, a beach holiday, a peaceful island vacation, a mountain journey, a wildlife exploration, a green plains and water adventure, or even a combination of them is possible and makes it for an amazing tourist place in India. A rich and ancient history of different reigns and their architectural effect on India’s religious and spiritual culture. 

You will get one of the best tourist places In India. You will get yourself a complete holiday by exploring much deeper into India’s identity. Most of the trips we plan include one, two, or even sometimes three geographical elements. You will find historical and cultural places of worship in India. Even if your trip is short and you don’t visit multiple regions you will still have many different experiences within the same holiday.

MOST POPULAR REGIONS

RAJASTHAN
Rajasthan Contains stunning forts and palaces, national parks with tiger safaris, and the beautiful desert. You’ll also find amazing heritage hotels in the region.

KERALA
Kerala is another popular region. beautiful hills with spice and tea plantations, waters, rain forests,  beaches, and fabulous food all in one small state. Lovely traditional hotels, houseboats, and many homestays make holidays there incredibly memorable. It’s also one of the safe places to visit in India.

GOA
Goa is full of lively beaches that stay warm all winter long. Great international and Indian food (especially seafood), architecture, and a  green countryside. Goa is also known for its vibrant nightlife, Goa is one of the most tourist-friendly regions in India. Lovely beachfront properties, beach huts, boutique hotels, and luxurious resorts are all available in Goa.
A definite recommendation in ‘Places You Need to Visit In India’.

PLACES FOR MOUNTAINS LOVER
India’s borders also have thousands of kilometers of the Himalayan mountain range. You can either plan a serious trekking holiday or just enjoy a few days in the Himalayas.

Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand
These states are easily reachable from Delhi. Both states have many day trekking routes. 

LEH AND LADAKH
Leh and Ladakh is a part of the high Tibetan Plateau. One can do a trekking trip or a sightseeing holiday.

SIKKIM
Sikkim is another tiny but beautiful Himalayan state, in the Northeastern part of India. It is a treasure of strong Buddhist influences that are evident by the remarkable monasteries you’ll find there. 

LESS TOURISTY AND INTERESTING REGIONS TO VISIT

Tamil Nadu
Karnataka
Gujarat
Madhya Pradesh



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