Are you that person who picks up a backpack and sets off on an expedition to explore a new place? If yes, then you won’t be disappointed because India has a lot to offer to those who love to travel! India is considered to be one of the most culturally diverse countries of the world. However, along with its secularism and assortment, it holds abundance of regional beauty, all unique in their own aspect. As a travel location, India has plenty to varied locations to offer, thus, providing travellers to bask in the glory of its multiplicity.
Hence, to name a few, here are some out of the many scenic locations in India that would
satisfy your wanderlust by totally fitting in your budget:
Munnar, meaning three rivers, is situated in the south-western state of Kerala. With a variety of places to visit like the majestic backwaters, picturesque valleys and National parks, Munnar proves to be a small world in its own with an abundance of different locations to explore. Munnar helps you explore the striking natural beauty of India.
Places to visit: Mattupetty dam, Marayoor Sandalwood forests, , Attukad waterfalls,
Erivikulam National park,
Rajasthan, meaning the Land of Kingdoms, is the largest state in India by area. If you want
to give your trip an ethnic touch and experience the rich cultural heritage of India, Rajasthan is your destination. It is filled with magnificent forts, royal Palaces and traditional folklore of its own. Want to see Mother Nature’s splendour at its best? Visit to Rajasthan is a must!
Places to visit: City Palace Jaipur, City Palace Udaipur, Hawa Mahal, Pushkar Lake, Jaisalmer Fort, Ranthambore National Park, etc.
Heard about the majestic eastern region of India? Sikkim forms a part of the eastern beauty with its own unmapped beauty. With a snowy environment and a culture of its own, Sikkim shows you a small new world in this diverse world of India with exotic locations to refine your trip.
Places to visit: Gangtok, Rumtek monastery, Pelling, Lachung, etc.
There is always this one location a place is famous for. Agra is famous for Taj Mahal…and who hasn’t heard about Taj Mahal? Visiting India and not having a look at this wonder of the world is unfair, don’t you think? With many other attractions to look forward to, Agra is conspicuous because of the grandeur of particular monument that makes it worthwhile. Other places to visit: Fatehpur Sikri, Buland Darwaza, Agra Fort, Tomb of Akbar the Great, etc.
Hampi is a visual delight. It is situated in the northern state of Karnataka. Temples radiating divinity, majestic archaeological sites and elephant stables combine to make Hampi a culturally rich destination, satisfying those who are looking forward to experience India in its true form.
Places to visit: Virupaksha temple, Vijaya Vittala temple, Narsimha temples, Elephant
stables, Royal enclosure archaeological site, etc.
Tea lovers know well about this place, but its picturesque beauty lies unexplored. If you want to see India in its natural form, Darjeeling should be penned into your tour diary. Owing to its pleasantly chilly weather and mesmerizing hill-spots, Darjeeling wins the heart of travellers looking for serenity.
Places to visit: Tiger hill, Happy Valley Tea gardens, Kali Temple, Tibetan Buddhist
Dharamshala is a hill-station in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh. It has a number of pictographic spots, temples, trekking spots and other scenic spots. Owing to the snow clad mountain tops, Dharamshala proves to be a pleasant destination to visit. Also, you would definitely not want to miss the serenity the place holds.
Places to visit: Dal Lake, Kangra Valley, Kareri Lake, St. John Church, Dharamkot trekking
spot, Bhasu Nag temple, etc.
Rishikesh, situated in the foothills of The Himalayas in northern India, is a city in the state of Uttarakhand. It is also known as “The Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas”. Lakshman Jhula is an important tourist attraction in Rishikesh with many other locations that exude divine vibes. Peace and serenity of Rishikesh is worth experiencing for all travellers.
Places to visit: Neelkanth Mahadev temple, Triveni Ghat, Geeta Bhavan, etc.
Goa, the smallest state in India by area and the fourth smallest by population, is located on the western boundary of India with the Arabian Sea forming its western coast. It enjoys a pleasant tropical climate throughout the year, thus assuring an enjoyable trip. With heavenly beaches, beautiful churches and forts forming a part of its tourist attractions, you do not want to miss out on this destination.
Places to visit: For Aguada, Palolem beach, Mandrem beach, Church of St. Francis of Assisi
Meghalaya, meaning the abode of clouds, is a state in the north-eastern part of India forming a part of “the seven sisters”. It is known for its tranquillity and exotic caves that will take your breath away. There are a number of caves and hill-tops to look for, which will refine your trip, helping you discover the unexposed beauty of the East.
Places to visit: Shillong, Cherrapunjee, Mawsmai caves, Krem Dam cave, etc.
Vedanta Wake Up! believes in helping the travellers to make the most out of their trip and
take more than what they came for. Hence, with so much of unexposed beauty hidden in
India, you would definitely want to come once and always come back for more. Because,
India is, indeed, incredible!