India is not only famous for its historic sites but its fascinating natural beauty as well. Its land represents the uniqueness of culture and the beauty of life. The trip to India is not only an adventure, but also a lifetime experience with thousands of memories, joys and happiness. Let’s have a look at the top seven must-see places in India you can’t miss when you visit.
Taj Mahal is one of the most popular attractions which is itself one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It is not only known for its stunning appearance but its symbolic love representation as well. The three gems are an attraction to many. Visiting India without seeing the Taj Mahal would be doing yourself a disservice.
If you are a nature lover, visiting this majestic place is fun. It is one of the dream destinations for many. The snowy mountains and windy roads are an addition to this adventure. You can have your whole ride on the bike, enjoying the mesmerizing scenes.
Are you interested in eating traditional Thali Food? Wow, you are in the right place. Vegetable dishes, chapatti, chutneys, rice, and many other things are served in just 120 rupees. Food can be spicy too. So, Be careful!
Natraj, Bapu Bazar is your way to this traditional adventure.
Udaipur is not only famous for its traditional food but its lakes as well. The beautiful Pichola Lake is especially well-known.
Goa, The land of Beaches
The well-known tourist spot is an attraction to many by being famous for its beautiful mesmerizing beaches. Palolem Beach is an outstanding example of this, being affordable and stunning. The sunset in Palolem beach is soul touching, giving the bluish water a finer look. The beach huts are affordable too!
Grab your bags if you are a beach lover to enjoy the unique view of the beaches’ land.
The Frozen River Trek
Do you like ice? Are you a lover of Frozen World? Isn’t it a dream of yours to walk on the frozen Blue River? There’s a reality to your dream. Yes, you heard it right. Are you a thriller? If yes, then be ready for a chilling and thrilling journey. The Zanskar River is providing a connection to different villages in the Zanskar Valley which is somewhere deep down in the mountains through the Chadar trek route. The breathtaking view provides you with the best sites in the world!
A visit to India is always incomplete without a visit to their temples. No doubt there are a lot of temples in India as they represent their culture but the golden temple of Amritsar holds an altogether different place. The shimmery glittery golden appearance is eye capturing. A visit here will provide you with interaction, not only with the local Indian people but with the foreigners as well. Visitors can have free food as well. People eat food from here in shifts, one after the other. They feed almost 1 lac people per day.
This place allows you to learn about the original Indian religious traditions. Here, you might also make some new friends.
Do you want to see heaven on land? Add Kashmir to your list of adventures to watch a charismatic full view. You will find a lot of handicrafts here. Don’t forget to buy them. The lush green gardens, beautiful lakes, fruit orchards, snow valleys and Himalayan Ranges all add to its beauty. The best time to visit this place is from April to October. Nagin Lake and Dal Lake are amongst the famous lakes in Srinagar, Kashmir.
Kanha National Park is the best option for animal lovers. The Thar Desert in Rajasthan provides you with the best nightlife, followed by camel rides. Jolly music house in Varanasi is a good option for those who have a passion for music.
Where are you going to visit first?
Pack your bags, adventure awaits you.