4 Places You Must Visit in India
Are you planning to visit India soon? Wondering which places to visit in such a vast country of diverse tastes, cultures and landscapes? Well, that is precisely why we’ve listed some of the best places you must visit in India. This piece will help you shortlist and plan your itinerary in a precise manner. Bon Voyage!
The north Indian valley is paradise on Earth. A majority of tourists from the world over avoid Kashmir due to safety reasons. But they don't know what they are missing out on. Among all the chaos rests the very beautiful scenic state that is a must visit in India. With the beautiful Himalayan ranges lined along Kashmir and rivers flowing along tall green trees, this place is picture perfect. With snow capped mountains in the background and lush greens everywhere else, Kashmir is truly paradise.
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East meets the West in Goa. The small state surrounded by Karnataka and Maharashtra is the party place of India. With beautiful beaches, Portuguese architecture and people from all over the world makes Goa one of the most visited states in India. Alcohol, Goan cuisine, beaches, parties, casinos; what more can you ask for? Anjuna beach in Goa is known to be the hippie capital of the world. Goa also plays host to some of the best cafes and pubs. The best time to visit Goa is during Christmas or New Year.
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Known as 'God’s Own Country', Kerala welcomes tourists with its beautiful landscapes, food, ayurvedic treatments, cultural monuments and the famous backwaters. Backwaters, a chain of internal waterway, are an integral part of Kerala. Tourists can rent houseboats and travel along half the length of the state. The backwaters flow through Kerala’s most scenic locations. Kerala's culture is widely experienced by the tourists who visit this Indian state. Known for its spices and traditional values, Kerala as a tourist place scores a hundred on the score sheet.
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4. Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Situated in the Bay of Bengal and within Indian borders, the Andaman & Nicobar Islands are among the most beautiful islands in the world. The islands give you a chance to experience the culture of the tribal life. With white sandy beaches, clear blue waters that show brilliant corals, the islands are visited by tourists throughout the year. Havelock, Neil and Jolly Buoy islands give you the best nature while Ross Island, Port Blair take you back in time with their historically important buildings. The islands are off the mainland, but a trip across the sea is worth it.
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