India Calling? Check-out These 10 Must-Visit holiday destinations in India

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Namaste, Adab, Sat Sri Akal!

Welcome onboard to an exotic journey to the land of diversity and rich cultural heritage—India!

From the gigantic Himalayas to the desert of Rajasthan, monsoon in Kerala to the Taj Mahal in Agra, pristine beaches in Goa to mouth-melting Rosogollas in Bengal—India is a land of cultural diversity that have enticed visitors over the years.

Did you Know India was a part of Antarctica and an island more than 100 million years ago? Varanasi is one of the oldest inhabited destinations nearly 5000 years old. Fascinating, isn’t it?

A land of many ‘firsts’, India is a mystery and beholds facts still unknown to the world! So pack your bags, and embark on unveiling the dream places to visit in India!

Dream places to visit in India

Reinvigorating the glorious history of Delhi

Honk-Honk-beep! You are in Delhi!

Rich in history, yet overflowing with the vibrancy of modern life, Delhi’s cacophony is unmatched to any other destination in India. It is one of the famous tourist places in India for the shopaholics and the history buffs.

So while you are here, take a walk down the city, the Great Indian Bazar, and don’t forget to visit the Iconic Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Qutub Mina, Humayun’s Tomb, etc.

Before you voyage to your next destination, savor down a fabulous feast and explore Indian cuisine and culture delicatessen.

Best Places to visit in Delhi

Witness the seventh wonder of the world in Agra

Ranking in the list of top tourist places to visit in India, a trip to India is incomplete without witnessing the glimmering of the aura the Taj Mahal on a full moon night!

Do you want some local touch to your trip? Then take a Tonga ride to visit this iconic monument portraying an epitome of love!

visit this iconic monument portraying an epitome of love

The Pink City of Jaipur

Do you want to explore the architectural marvel of India? Take a trip to Jaipur and spend a few days in the grandeur of the exotic palace-turned-heritage hotels!

For a royal gateway, take an elephant ride and explore the city, jungles, and villages. Don’t forget to take a peek at the City Palace, Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, and the Pink City Bazar featuring the vibrant lifestyle!

The Pink City of Jaipur

Jungle safari at Ranthambore

Are you an adventurer, explorer, and a nature lover?

Welcome to Ranthambore—the home to the Royal Bengal Tigers and a wildlife paradise!

Take a Jungle Safari through the Ranthambore National Park and discover the mesmerizing beauty of nature.

From an exotic wildlife tour at the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Kachida Valley, boat ride at Surwal Lake, to revisiting the historical relics of Ranthambore Fort, Jogi Mahal, and Raj Bagh Ruins, fall in love with the artistic enigma of the Rajasthani Art at Dastkar Ranthambore—it is one of the most iconic Holiday Destinations in India.

Jungle safari at Ranthambore

Jaisalmer—the Golden City

Every city has a tale, and Jaisalmer has never failed to impress wanderlust!

From the era of the courageous rulers reminiscing to the pages of history and the unequaled display of valor to the intrinsic beauty of the Thar Desert—Jaisalmer is one of the best places to visit in India.

While you have unveiled the memoirs of the historic forts and famous gardens, take a jeep safari through the desert.

Are you up for a tranquil adventure?

Then camp at the desert and take a camel ride under the glimmering night sky amidst the white sand!

Jaisalmer—the Golden City

The pristine beaches of Goa

Do you want to explore the mouth-melting Goan Cuisine?

A blend of vibrant beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, the enchanting Dudhsagar Waterfalls, and lively markets, Goa is one of the ideal Places to Visit in India.

Steeped in history, the Old Goa tells the tales of Portuguese colonies, churches, archeological museums, while the City of Panjim is known for the FontainhasNeighbourhood.

The pristine beaches of Goa

The Gateway to Kerala—Cochin

Do you want to explore the queen of the Arabian Sea? Yes, it’s Cochin!

With the ubiquitous relics of colonialism, Kochi/Cochin is a famous tourist destination in India that takes a walk down the historic lanes of European churches, alleyways, palaces, etc.

While you are in Cochin, don’t miss out on witnessing the famous traditional dance—Kathakali at the art centers.

The Gateway to Kerala—Cochin

The Green Hills of Munnar

Unveil the enigma of Munnar—a mesmerizing hill station situated in the Western Ghats! With lush green surrounding and captivating mountains, Munnar is one of the most visited tourist places in India. Witness the Mattupetty Dam, boat on the Kundala lake, hike to the Echo Point and watch the endangered NilgiriTahrs at the Eravikulam National Park.

The visit to Munnar is incomplete without taking a walk through the Tea Museum.

While returning, take some of the exotic homegrown tea from its famous plantation!

Best Places to visits in Munnar for solo travelers

Boating in the backwaters of Kerala

Are you ready to take a trip to the “God’s Own Country”?

Yes, it’s Kerala—the tropical beauty of India!

From Fort Kochi, Marari Beach, to a jungle safari at the Periyar National Park in Thekkady District and Kovalam’s pristine beaches, Kerala is a heavenly paradise in South India.

Don’t forget to take a tranquil trip while boating in the Kerala backwaters and savoring the delicious Indian cuisine!  

Boating in the backwaters of Kerala

A stay in the houseboat

Before you plan your return from Kerala, how about spending an exotic night in the traditional thatched houseboat in Alleppey?

The hub of the Kerala backwaters, Alleppey, is often called the Venice of the East. You can also explore the nearby destinations like Alleppey beach and immerse in the tranquility while witnessing the wonders of nature.

A stay in the houseboat

Adios India!

Here at the top 10 places to visit in India, until we voyage on another exotic trip by Bucketlist!

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