India is well known for having over 20 different languages, various religions and a huge variety of cuisines making India incredible.
If you want to get well versed with the history of the nation and experience the Indian culture entirely then you must travel and explore it to know what makes India incredible!
Well, there are many places in India that make the country way too incredible and if you’re planning to visit in the future then you must experience the incredible awesomeness by adding these places in your list to visit.
Originated in the beautiful valley in the Himalayas, Kaza is located on the left bank of the river Kaza. The place is an epitome of natural glistening beauty and you’ll be mesmerised to enjoy the placid vibe around. You can plan trips from here to Tabo, Dhankar, Langza, Hikkim, Komic, Key and Kibber.
2. Bir Billing
If you’re a sucker for lovely sunset evenings and have an intense passion for paragliding then I think you would love this place as the place is quite well known for its solace sunset evenings and light-hearted adventures. Also, you can explore the hipster cafes in the town!
Well, this place has been rightly referred to as the ‘Heaven on the Earth’ andone of the main pillar in making India incredible. With its enthralling beauty and mesmerising vibe, there’s no way you can resist yourself travelling to this place for at least once a lifetime.
With its picturesque lakes, grassy meadows covered with thick woods of pines and deodars, spell-binding valleys, Kashmir is no less than a dreamy fairy-tale place.
Since India is a land of diverse cultures, religions, and spirituality, your intent of exploring the typical Indian tradition is incomplete without planning a trip to Varanasi. This city is known as ‘Moksha’ which connotes an emerging significance for the Hindu religion.
Also, the city is believed to be founded more than 5000 years ago. From paying homage to Lord Shiva at the Kashi Vishwanath temple to dipping in the holy waters of the river Ganga for exonerating your sins, you get to experience the veracity of the Hindu religion.
5. Rann of Kutch
The world is blessed with two white-sand deserts, one is in Egypt and the other one is this beautiful place in India. Rann of Kutch is swarmed by plenty of tourists every year especially during the time of ‘Rann Utsav’.
Rann Utsav is a fest when the white canvas is painted into different hues and shades. Live folk music, dance performances, camel safaris and a scrumptious and delicious kutch cuisine encapsulates this journey as the unforgettable one.You have to visit this place to know why people call India incredible.
Are you a lover of mountainous views? Well, you would surely love Sikkim then. The place is surrounded by endearing snow-capped mountains, small-small villages, peaceful lakes and beautiful monasteries.
The place is teeming with serenity, so if you’re looking forward to a peaceful and laid back vacation then you must fly to this place without a second thought.
Known as ‘Abode of Clouds’, Meghalaya is a hidden gem covered in the lap of the Garo Hills in the Eastern Himalayas. With beautiful gushing waterfalls, dense forests, lush terraced slopes, sparkling rivers and lakes, Meghalaya offers nature’s finest and incredible vistas.
Well known for ornate palaces and gardens, Mysore is developing as an IT Hub but is still holding back the authenticity of its old cultural charm. The magnificent Mysore City Palace dazzles with thousands of igniting bulbs at dark night and a walk along with the mesmerising view is all you can have at that very moment! 🙂
Also, there’s always a buzz around the town as the markets are lined up with shops selling beautiful artefacts and authenticated silk sarees. Every nook and cranny of the city is lively!
9. Andaman & Nicobar
All the beach lovers must plan a trip to this amazing city of small islands! 🙂 Andaman & Nicobar are a group of 500 glistening islands tucked amid the Bay of Bengal. The place has a perplexing charm that attracts thousands of tourists every year.
If you’re in the city, then having a precious quality time immersed in romantic walks and beachside romantic dinner with your beloved one will be your best takeaway from this trip.
Popularly known as the ‘Land of Golden Sand’, Jaisalmer is a beautiful city well known for its rich cultural heritage. Also, the place has the hidden treasure of amazing stories of bravery and chivalry of the great Rajput emperors.
The beautiful ‘Golden Thar Desert’ is the magnetic pull of the travellers as it is famous worldwide. Another one is the Jaisalmer Desert Festival wherein folk dances, cultural musical performances, campfires and amazing camel shows take place.
In The End
Well, these were some of the beautiful places that make India incredible. These places would melt your heart, even more, when you’ll actually experience the awesomeness here! 🙂