Places To Visit India


Places to visit in India that no traveller should miss!
Travel in India and you have discovered the whole world! Yes, that’s the reality and when you ask any foreigner who has travelled to the interiors, the answer will come in affirmative. India has everything that any traveller can yearn for. It has the Paradise on Earth in the North, Kashmir to God’s Own Country in the South, Kerala. Spiritually active cities in the center, Varanasi, to the abode of clouds, Meghalaya in the East and the world’s largest white desert in Kutch, Gujarat. India is a vast country and no article can cover all it has to offer. Indian residents and foreigners should make a point to visit all so that they can get a taste of all this country has to offer. The best part being, the language changes its dialect after every 200 miles and it is amazing to listen the change

India is home to numerous tourist places. India has it all, ranging from some of the most beautiful snow-clad mountains, overwhelming desert areas to scenic beaches. If you too are a travel enthusiast and looking around for some places to visit in India for your next trip, you have landed at the absolutely correct place. Below-mentioned are some of the must-visit places in India that one must visit at least once in their lifetime.

Experience All Religions, at Peace: Only in India

Why Hinduism, you can experience all world religions right here in India. Right from Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, Christian, Islam, Sikhism, Jainism and so on.



Delhi, the Indian Capital boasts of culturally alive environment and has many historical monuments like the Qutub Minar, Red Fort among others. Similarly there are many nearby cities which have preserved our old culture and heritage.



Agra, Uttar Pradesh boasts of the world famous Taj Mahal. Visitors frequent this monument the whole year and one can only believe this beauty after seeing it in person.



Jaipur is located at Rajasthan. Places in jaipur are Hawa Mahal, Amer Fort, City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Jal Mahal. Best month for travels are Apr–May, Oct and Dec–Feb.



Rajasthan features the Jaisalmer Fort in which a whole city still lives. Famous for Desert Camping, the always vanishing sand dunes have the tourists in awe.



Rajasthan is known as the Blue City which features the very massive Mehrangarh Fort, is really a beauty to watch.



Hyderabad is city nabab. Hyderabad have many places to visit charminar, Golkonda, Hussains Sagar, Romoji Film City, Salar Jung Museum.



West Bengal, had the East India Company headquarters enlivens up at the Durga Puja festival. It boasts of the Victoria Memorial, the Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium, Birla Planetarium and St. Paul’s Cathedral



Karnataka has its famous Mysore Palace, boasts of the famous sweet Mysore Pak, its Silk Sarees and lush green gardens and favourable atmosphere.

Experience All Religions, at Peace: Only in India

Why Hinduism, you can experience all world religions right here in India. Right from Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, Christian, Islam, Sikhism, Jainism and so on.



Maharashtra is one place where devotees from all religions arrive and pay their obeisance. One of the most visited places in India, this sacred little town sees spirituality at its best.



the Spiritual Capital of India shows how devotees worship the pious river Ganges. The religious fervour needs to be seen, especially in the evenings, when devotees engage in a dedicated pooja, then releasing lamps into the river.



where the Golden Temple attracts millions of devotees from all walks of life, promises spiritual nourishment of your soul. The most pious heritage site for the Sikhs, it should be one of the places to visit.



Bihar enlivens as the most revered pilgrimage town where Lord Buddha achieves his enlightenment. Just stepping here is delightful knowing this was the land where Lord Buddha walked.


Mathura & Vrindavan

In Uttar Pradesh, which happen to be the birthplace and childhood playground of Lord Krishna, are famous for the many temples spread around devoted to Radha & Krishna. These twin cities are also famous for a unique sweet, the Peda loved all over for its superior taste.


Ajmer Sharif

Ajmer brings peace to all the devotees. This shrine promises to fulfil all your wishes and thronged by all, especially during the Urs festival. Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti lay in peace here, listening to people’s wishes and fulfilling them.



Garhwal Himalayas, is devoted to Lord Shiva. It is believed that Lord Shiva hid himself in the form of a bull, which is represented by a hump on the surface. At 3,584 meters, approaching here is a treacherous task which devotees happily go for.


Badrinath Dham

In Uttarakhand Himalayas, is a really divine place. Home of Lord Vishnu, or Badrinathji, who is believed to have arrived here for meditation. One visit here takes you closer to spiritual awareness.



The city of beaches, boasts a Church of Mae De Deus & Basilica of Bom Jesus and this city happens to be one of the cheapest tourist places.



Tamilnadu, this Temple Town boasts of many temples, especially the Meenakshi Amman Temple. For centuries, Madurai was known as the centre for learning and as an important pilgrimage town.



Uttarakhand where the Kumbh Mela occurs every 12 years boasts of Har Ki Pauri besides the flowing Ganges. This sacred town assures peace of mind.


Vaishno Devi

Katra attracts billions of people, who readily climb the mountainous path for having a glimpse of the Goddess, Mata Vaishno Devi.



Gujarat the abode of Krishna is a land of unparalleled spirituality. One visit here will take you back in time of the Mahabharata. This is also one of the sites of the famous Char Dham Yatra.


Hemkund Sahib

where devotees throng despite adverse climate and steep location. Situated among lofty hills covered with snow, it is a beauty in itself.


Baba Barfani, Amarnath Cave

Jammu & Kashmir needs you to trek a treacherous path, organized by the Govt. of India. Amarnath Cave is famed for the Lingam that forms here naturally of ice here every year.


Tirumala Tirupati

Andhra Pradesh, the earthly abode of Lord Vishnu (known as Venkateswara), at the hill town in Tirupati. Footfalls of more than 65,000 tell the popularity as one of the most spiritual towns in this state.

Mighty Hill Stations frequented by millions

India boasts of many hilly regions, including the Himalayas, the Shivalik etc. Many hill stations attract millions of tourists every year which offer different stays suiting every budget. We give the list of some of the most delightful hill stations.



Kashmir is a real gem of a hill station. The entire valley is known as the Paradise on Earth, it boasts of the Dal Lake, many gardens designed by the Mughals and the best part is that flowers bloom in a sequence that change the environment in an enchanting way.



Uttarakhand boasts of something which is unique: Wild flora & fauna, an enchanting lake and a bird watchers paradise.



Himachal Pradesh is a gem of a hill station. Frequented for its waterfalls, lush gardens, and is a beauty to watch in the winters. A mesmerizing combination of nature, peace, and adventure, Manali is one of the best hill stations in India for tourists.


Valley of flowers

Uttarakhand is good for a full day of trekking and exhibits over 300 species of flower beds. The UNESCO World Heritage Site, is around 3,600 meters above sea level and has a treacherous but enchanting route.



Tamilnadu is famous for the climate and beauty which attracts millions of tourists from all over the world. Connected with the Nilgiri Mountain Railway, the roads boast of dangerous hair-pin bends in the rocky mountains.



The UNESCO World Heritage site, runs from New Jalpaiguri to Darjeeling, touching Ghoom at 7,450 feet which is the highest altitude en route. Tourists can view the lush green tea plantations and rolling mountains alike.



Maharashtra, from Neral is a picturesque town, where vehicles are not permitted to ply. Just 21 km away from the Mumbai Pune Railway track, it boasts of over 36 view points and the altitude is a moderate 2,600 feet


Mount Abu

Gujarat is at a moderate height, but frequented by many for the cooler climate and enchanting views. Just 21 km away from Abu Road, the nearest Railway Station, it takes just about an hour to reach.

Awesome Rail Network persists with Narrow Gauge tracks

Though all India is connected with broad gauge railway tracks, many hill stations boast of the yesteryear narrow gauge tracks, plying the much talked about mountain railways. Every tourist should ride these routes at least once and witness the sprawling beauty.



The UNESCO World Heritage site, runs from New Jalpaiguri to Darjeeling, touching Ghoom at 7,450 feet which is the highest altitude en route. Tourists can view the lush green tea plantations and rolling mountains alike.



Maharashtra, from Neral is a picturesque town, where vehicles are not permitted to ply. Just 21 km away from the Mumbai Pune Railway track, it boasts of over 36 view points and the altitude is a moderate 2,600 feet



Himachal Pradesh, from Kalka, takes around 8 hours to reach Shimla, but offers lush green mountain views and crosses over a dozen tunnels. Many stations of tourist interest en route are Barog, Solan etc.



Himachal Pradesh from Pathankot has many scenic towns like Palampur, Kangra, Baijnath (where Lord Shiva is worshipped as Physician) and Jwalamukhi. This toy train gently meanders through a maze of hills and valleys.

Mind-blowing places in India


India is a country Where one can never totally claim Of visiting or even knowing all its distinct places. India tour is incomplete without these places.

  • Rann of Kutch, Gujarat: It is one of the largest salt dessert in the world. It will cast a spell on you with its mesmerizing beauty. The best time to visit is during the winter season, the weather is extremely pleasing and moderate.
  • Coorg, Karnataka: Coorg is also called the “ Scotland of South India”. It is famous mainly for its austere sights, varied wildlife, top-class coffee. Whether you want a short romantic getaway or want to seek adventure or just want to spend some solitary time amidst nature, Coorg is the place for you.
  • Goa- The official party hub: Goa is the land of beaches, hippies and parties that last long. Goa is an experience. Hike to the forts, live closer to the beach, soak in the heat and take long walks in the beaches. Enjoy the Goan food, aqua adventure and a peaceful evening in the beautiful city.
  • Kashmir: kashmir is a paradise on the earth. It is surrounded by beautiful lakes and snow-capped valleys. Tourists are also attracted to the famous handicrafts and carpet industries. The place is also filled with green hills and colourful flowers, which are sure to please your eyes.
  • Kerala: Kerala welcomes a travel enthusiast and a normal traveller who just wants to see and explore things with open heart. You can experience a houseboat cruise, meadows of uluppuni, symbol of craftsmanship in Kerala.

Thrilling Adventure Rides? India has All

India has the most thrilling adventure options you have never read about. We take you to places only daring people can go. Here is a list to ponder upon:

#1 Travel to Rameshwaram, crossing the Palk Strait on Railways. Experience your heart skip a beat, till you cross the sea, on an open bridge. You will understand how long 10 minutes really are!

#2 Leh-Ladakh is perfect for trekking & biking enthusiasts as the famed Chadar – The Frozen River Trek runs up to 105 km, to be completed in around 10 days. For bikers, pedaling over 5000 meters height and on crazy winding roads and getting stuck nowhere is as chilling as it sounds.

#3 Proud to host the world’s First Paragliding World Cup, Bir Billing is the place for adventure seekers. It boasts more than ten Paragliding spots, that land on one designated place.

#4 Rishikesh, the hub for White Water Rafting for that adrenaline rush against the severe rapids. Available for different distances, diehards can opt for the 20km route. Plus there are options like Snorkelling, Bungee Jumping, Rope Climbing etc.

#5 Jungle Safari Adventure – Jim Corbett, one of the best national parks, you can count on to spot the Indian Tiger. Luxurious resorts allow the possibility of close encounters with animals at night and if lucky, you can even get close snaps.

Not to forget the Sunderbans, the habitat of Indian White Tigers with the largest of the mangroves. Standing near the mighty Brahmaputra & Ganges rivers, these humongous forests are home to a huge variety of wild animals, reptiles and birds.

For Royal Bengal Tigers, Kanha National Park is a must visit. Known as the Land of the Jungle Book, it boasts over 22 species of large mammals and a huge variety of birds.

#6 Living Root Bridges – Cherrapunji, will leave you dumbstruck and challenge you to walk on them to cross over rivers. The land of waterfalls, caves and what not, to thrill you over.

#7 Skiing and Snowboarding – Auli in Uttarakhand and over a dozen places in Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, especially Gulmarg where you get powder snow provide the best of skiing and snowboarding experience. Even Sikkim boasts of two places: Yumthang & Phuni valleys which means in each direction you are never far away from adventure in winters.