India is known for its rich history, cultural heritage and geographical diversity. It is one of the best tourist destinations in the world. Taj Mahal at Agra, India is among the Seven Wonders of the World. Apart from this historical monument, there are a number of places you must visit in India.
It is quite frugal holiday destination as compared to other places. So, if you haven't planned trip to India yet, then you must add few spots in your bucket list right now and plan your trip as soon as possible. Let's check out the 10 lively and delightful places you must visit in India.
Kasol is a beautiful place in Himachal Pradesh, India. This charming village is popular for its coniferous forests and crystal clear mountains. It is a great spot for hikers, explorers and nature lovers. There is a culture of pot smoking and hippie lifestyle in Kasol.
Hampi is an important religious center in Vijayanagara Karnataka, India. It is the one of the most searched Indian historical places on Google. This famous place also boasts of aqueducts, canals, Archaeological Museum, Lotus Palace, stepped tank, stray temples, watch tower, beautiful scenery and farms.
Coorg Karnataka is known as Vietnam of India. It has a very moderate climate throughout the year. Coffee and spice production are the economic activities undertaken in this place. Trekking, bird watching, white water rafting etc. are some major activities prevalent in the region.
The Thar Desert is the 17th largest desert in the world. Desert Safari on camels is very popular in Thar Desert. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the desert during the treks. Visitors prefer to visit this desert in the Pushkar fair.
Rishikesh is a religious city located in Uttarakhand India. This holy place is a renowned center for studying yoga and meditation. This 'Yoga Capital of the World' is also famous for Ayurvedic treatments. You can enjoy a number of adventure sports including white water rafting, backpacking, bungee jumping, hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, rock climbing, rappelling and zip lining in Rishikesh.
Solang is a side valley located 14 km northwest of Manali. It offers many adventure sports such as parachuting, paragliding, skating and zorbing.
Bhangarh fort is situated in Bhangarh village Rajasthan India. This village has the population of only 1,306 individuals as there is fear of ghosts haunting the old city. So, won't you like to experience such ghostly adventure in your life at least once?
Ladakh is a mountain range that extends from the Kuen Lun mountain range to the main Great Himalayas in the south. It is well known for its snow-capped peaks, clear blue skies, scenic beauty and splendid mountains.
People generally prefer to ride bikes and stay in camps during their tour in Ladakh.
Sikkim is a small state in northwest India occupied by glaciers, alpine meadows and wildflowers. It is famous for various pilgrim centers and rose gardens. If you're nature lover, don't forget to visit the 'Valley of Flowers' in North Sikkim.
Goa is a state in Western India famous for its beaches. It is visited by a large number of tourists every year for its beaches, churches, pubs and world heritage architecture.
It is also a superb party place and stands 6th in Top 10 Nightlife cities in the world.
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