Top 10 Places To Visit In India
India is a beautiful country that is truly so diverse in not only the culture but in nature as well. You can discover any type of adventure trip, natural beauty, and urban metro you can imagine. It’s impossible to squeeze India into a list of ten most visited places. Since there are many unexplored sights and best natural attractions present at different nook and corner of India. Visiting these places should be the most amazing experience and life time memory for one. Here is the list of Top 10 Places To Visit In India that you must see at least once.
Top 10 Places To Visit In India
Gulmarg is one of the beautiful places that can be visited in Kashmir valley. Gulmarg exactly means the meadow of flowers. Gulmarg, the hill resort is situated at an altitude of 2730 meters above sea level and has a smoothly sloping landscape. The snow-clad peaks and the beautiful landscapes of Gulmarg have provided background for many Bollywood films. There are immense beauty and adventure activities that make Gulmarg much more than a cool hill resort. It is a suitable base for treks to the Himalayas and also provides various winter sports facilities to the tourists. Gulmarg can be visited throughout the year.
Pangong Lake, Ladakh:
Just about 160 km from Leh is a beautiful lake named the Pangong Lake in Ladakh. By driving to this lake you can feel one of the most wonderful experiences. The journey begins at Thiksey village, which is well-known for its giant monasteries covering an entire mountain range. And beyond this remote village there is nothing but the vast expanse of extreme mountain ranges for company. An appealing observation of the topography throughout this journey is that they throw off all calculations of distance somewhat like a mirage-effect, what looked to be a ten-minute crossing easily requires an hour or more.
Rafting and Camping in Rishikesh:
Rishikesh has always been famous for its ashrams and spiritual beliefs. But also this city has been a hub for the adventurous other than the spiritual ones. Camp Wildex, Rishikesh is a riverside jungle camp far from the highway and away from everyone else. The pleasant sound of the rapids on the river echoes in the valley and camping around such an amazing natural surroundings is a lifetime experience in itself.
Living Root Bridges, Meghalaya:
In most places around the world, bridges are build using concrete and steel. But in Meghalaya, one of the seven sisters of the North Eastern states of India, bridges are grown or made to grow. Known as living root bridges, inventive members of the Khasi tribe have trained them to grow from the roots of ancient rubber trees, native to the northeast region. The root bridges provide a steady alternative to wooden bridges, which crumble and get destroyed during the lengthy monsoon seasons.
Andaman Islands, Scuba Diving Exploring the Coral Reefs
One of the main characteristic of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands that distinguishes them from other prime scuba destinations on the planet is the fact that, in addition to being a haven for a gorgeous coral reef system, the marine life is largely unharmed by humanity. Therefore, scuba diving the Andaman and Nicobar Islands means you’ll really be able to catch a glimpse of what nature in all its beauty really is. Rather than being spectator to humanity’s negative impact upon such delicate underwater ecosystems, at the Andaman and Nicobar Islands you can enjoy a truly pristine environment.
Manali-Leh Road Trip:
Traveling to Ladakh by Road is maybe one of the most thrilling road adventures in India. Traveling Ladakh by road involve crossing some of the highest motorable mountain passes in the world, driving through huge semi-arid planes and glance of pristine lifestyle of nomads who live in small settlements all along the way. Ladakh by road offers stunning sights of barren mountains in Greater Himalaya and Zanskar range, extensive valleys and dazzling panoramas. Colorful Tibetan prayer flags, prayer bells, monasteries and Tibetan Buddist populace that one meets along the way are some exclusive feature of traveling to Ladakh region by road. There are two roads that bikers, road trippers and drivers take to reach Leh town. One is Srinagar-Leh Highway and the more popular one is Leh-Manali Highway.
Dudhsagar Waterfalls (Goa):
Goa not only has beaches to offer but also the Dudhsagar Waterfall, which is among the top waterfalls in India. The Dudhsagar waterfalls rest on the Mandovi River in Goa. Dudhsagar falls among the largest waterfalls in India with an altitude of 1017 feet. The falls are a sight to behold especially if you go there in the monsoons, when the fall is in full flow. Water falling down from a height forms clouds of milky foam at the bottom, creates a visual of artistic beauty. Set amidst the semi-circular shaped valley carpeted with lush green flora, the falls are a perfect getaway for your honeymoon.
Among the 5 highest peaks in the world, Sandakphu makes for a dreamy location. Sandakphu is a wonderland for the trekkers. It’s located at an altitude of 11,929ft in Darjeeling district and on the north west of Darjeeling hill town. This is the highest point in Singalila range, and is also the highest peak in the state of West Bengal, India. The trek to Sandakphu goes all along the Singalila range. Sandakphu symbolized the wild elemental grandeur of the snows. You can visit here anytime of the year.
Tsomgo Lake, Sikkim:
Tsomgo Lake, also known as Changu Lake is a glacial lake in Sikkim and situated at an altitude of 12,310 feet. The name Tsomgo means ‘Source of water’. It’s located 35kms from Gangtok town and on the Gangtok-Nathula highway. This is one of the few and awesome high altitude lakes in India. The lake becomes doubly attractive with the reflections of the surrounding hills on the water. From Gangtok which is at 5410 ft, the altitude rises to about 10,000 ft in just 15kms. You can imagine how steep the gradient would be in this stretch of the road.
Candolim Beach, Goa:
Located in North Goa, Candolim Beach is 10 kilometers from Mapusa and 13 kilometers from Panaji. Popular among the tourists, yet not too crowded, Candolim beach is one of the eye-catching beaches in Goa. It’s a lively beach that has managed to keep its cleanliness, and even peacefulness in some areas. Candolim Beach is right next to Aguada Fort, which is also worth a visit. The beach itself is long and straight, backed by scrub-covered dunes, which is very popular among tourists.
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