With holidays around the corner and an Indian Holiday on cards, you would definitely be in a fix about where actually to go in such a diverse and big country. While the options are numerous and offs limited, a readymade recommended list is what you just need to explore best parts of India. The best part is, no matter what time of the year it is, these places would not disappoint you. Not just that – whether you are a lone traveller, or have co-travellers along – these places would take your breath away and leave a bold mark on your memory lane. So before you take that trip – here’s a readymade itinerary for the Indian Travel:
New Delhi is the most probable place to land – if you have gone for economy tickets to India. The Indian capital can be the most exciting places to be at. A day would be enough to visit The Red Fort, Qutb Minar, Humayun’s Tomb, India Gate and the Lotus Temple. Where the Delhi Metro is the best and the most economical option, you can also hire a cab. Amidst your travel, you can try a lot of amazingly delectable local food like kachori, chicken kathi rolls, chhole bhature (chickpeas and fried bread), chicken tikka , gol gappa, chaat and a lot more.
The next day, hire a cab for Agra via the Yamuna Expressway and you can go have a look at the beautiful, magnificent Taj Mahal – you certainly can’t miss that on an Indian visit. If you wish to extend the trip to a day, you could also consider visiting Sikandra – Akbar’s Tomb, FatehPur Sikri, Mariam’s Tomb and other local markets and sights.
Rajasthan has entirely different colors of India. While Delhi is diverse and more cosmopolitan in culture, cities of Rajasthan are the most culturally rich. Where Jaipur is the known as the pink city with pink houses all around, Jodhpur is called the blue city with the blue ones. And once you see these places from the elevated locations – the sight would leave you dubstruck! The deserts, the camel rides, the rich aromatic food, the folk music and dances, the beautifully adorned women and men, art and craft, you will love every bit of Rajasthan. To book an all planned trip to Rajasthan, just click here. Some beautiful monuments are Hawa Mahal, Amer Fort, Jaigarh Fort, City Palace, Rambagh Palace, Jantar Mantar and more.
If you are a mountain lover and got to see the white side of India – these are the places for you. The hippies love these places with the weed aroma all around these places. The random treks, dense forests, hot and tasty tea, snow-capped, picturesque mountains, you would love every bit of these hill stations. While you decide on any one of these, the city beautiful Chandigarh can be explored for a while. It is known for its planned architecture, green and clean environment and beautiful, wide roads and round abouts.
Goa just can’t be missed, no way! What a lifestyle – music, nightlife, fun, flea markets, bike rides, jeep drives, sun baths, funky accessories and all that you want to feel young and rejuvenated. From beautiful sunny skies to beautiful clear waters. Goan beaches have taken the world aback. An amalgamation of the ancient Portuguese culture with the Indian splutter, Goa is just the place for you. And while you turn your back towards Goa, there you see Mumbai – the Indian financial capital with huge crowds and the hub of Indian Film Industry.
Holding that eternal beauty inside, this place – the backwaters of Kerala are the new heaven on earth. From free walking elephants to luxurious house boats on the clear, green waters – you will love every bit of it. Fragrant filter coffee, relaxing massage, different sour savours and balanced, and breezy weather – there is adventure, romance, fun and peace. Where Coorg is a unique, ancient and beautiful South Indian hill station, Puducherry is famous for its theme resorts and clear, clean beaches. Don’t forget to have fresh coconut water and Idli, Dosa and Vada wherever in South India you head!
The capital of British India, Kolkata is again a combination of ancient and modern architecture. If you love sweets and music, Kolkata is a must visit – you just can’t afford to miss it. For a close look at evergreen forest covered hills, Tibetan culture and oriental feel – Darjeeling, Gangtok, Kalimpong, etc. can leave you jolted. Those mesmerising treks and warm, welcoming people are a must experiencing!
Now that you know, where all to go on your Indian trip, just pack your bags and be ready to explore the one of the most loving, culturally diverse countries of the world. And if you still haven’t booked your trip or think the air fares a bit too high, just click here and we will take all your worries away!