India is not just a destination to explore, its door opens a new world for you which you will never get to see anywhere else. It is a place of ancient civilization, rich history, amazingly beautiful architecture (temples & forts), different spiritual beliefs and colorful festivals. Diversity not just end here, the destinations are also beautifully diversified as Goa gives a relaxing stay at exotic beaches, Rajasthan opens your mouth with wow and makes your eyes wide open with its colorful cultural and historical surprises with royal hospitality. Kerala is full of natural beauty, the area is green and beautiful. Kerala is also famous for ancient Ayurveda treatment and massage. People are simple, hospitable and friendly. Varanasi is the most visited Sacred site of India, people come here in search of liberation. Beautiful erotic temples of Khajuraho telling the stories of love between man and woman. Listen to the roar of big cats at Ranthambore National Park.
People come to India with different interests from Culture to spiritual, from textile to adventure, from festival to meditation, from Culinary to honeymoon, etc.
Beautiful Tourist Places To Visit In India:
Taj Mahal, Agra:
Mughal emperor Shah Jahan built this ivory-white faced marble mausoleum in the 1600s as a monument of “ love” in memory of his third wife, Mumtaj Mahal. They both buried in the Taj Mahal. More than 8 million tourists visit in a year.
Rajasthan states desert capital also known as the “Pink City”. Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur painted all fortresses and palaces with pink color which is a symbol of hospitality in preparation. Residents continue the same tradition. Jaipur is famous for Amber Fort, the City Palace, and the red sandstone Hawa Mahal(Palace of the Winds).
Chand Baori, Abhaneri:
A village of Abhaneri a hidden gem, outside Jaipur in Rajasthan State.
The village of Abhaneri, outside Jaipur, is not on every tourist’s map—which makes what lies inside is truly a hidden gem. This is the home of Chand Baori, a 1,200-year-old, four-sided stepwell whose 13 stories of 3,400 symmetrical terraced steps pack a visual punch. Back before irrigation, step-wells were built in India’s arid regions to provide water for residents year-round.
Jodhpur a city in Rajasthan also known as “Blue City”. Like Jaipur, Jodhpur is famous for the oldest section of the city and is a jumble of buildings in the brightest shades of blue color with 500 years of old architectural styles. You can enjoy the view of small streets into bazaars and public squares.
Nubra Valley, Ladakh:
Ladakh a beautiful place in India for its richest locations. The valley perched 10,000 feet above sea level in remote Ladakh. You need a permit to reach this cold desert valley.
Dal Lake, Kashmir:
Kashmir is known for the beautiful valleys in India. As you guess Dal Lake and Shalimar Bagh(Mughal garden in all of India) in Kashmir is the best place to visit to enjoy slow cruises along the water in traditional wooden shikaras (similar to canoe). Fishermen use these to paddle their way to and from ornate houseboats lining the shore and the lake’s famous floating market to peddle just-picked fruit and vegetables or flowers.
A state in Southern India is famous for Ayurveda, trekking, wildlife spotting, and Tea Museum. Kerala’s other region is its backwaters, a network of lagoons linked by canals fringed with palm trees, stilted villages, and rice paddies. You can have a view of all these by taking houseboat, which fallows downriver and makes for a seriously relaxing journey.
Yumthang Valley, Sikkim:
Yumthang Valley in North Sikkim’s high Himalayan mountains, known as the valley of flowers. Trekkers are allowed during every July to September months.
Mighty River the Ganges has a great history and it remains the holy lifeline of Hinduism in India. Two holiest cities Varanasi and Haridwar are built along the river’s banks, where all Hindus worldwide make the pilgrimage in order to submerge themselves and wash away their sins.
Athirapally Falls, Athirappilly:
Athirappilly Falls is situated in Athirappilly Panchayat in Chalakudy Taluk of Thrissur District in Kerala. It also named The Niagara Falls of Idia. The Chalakudy River takes an 80-foot plunge over a curtain of jutting rock, surrounded on all sides by a thick jungle that serves as home to migratory birds like the hornbill.