Who doesn’t get excited knowing holidays are approaching? Everyone loves holidays. Rather you are planning to go meet your whole family after some time or decide to have a rendezvous with your friends or maybe making some plans to visit some exotic, stunning places. Holidays are the perfect time to do all that, and that’s why everyone looks forward to them. But which places should you go to? Worry not because we have got your back. Here are some amazing best destinations for travel with your family and/or friends.
Udaipur, the City of Lakes
Udaipur in Rajasthan is one of the most exotic cities of India that is also known as the ‘Royal city’. The mesmerizing and stunning natural magnificence of the city surrounded by Aravali is picturesque to the visitors. The royal architecture and the azure blue lakes give the city a fairy tale feel and make it enigmatic.
Alleppey, the Venice of the East
Alleppey lies in the heart of Kerala’s vast network of waterways. It is famous as ‘Venice of the east because of the backwaters that glorify its beauty. It is the best place to be lazy and cruise around as Alleppey is a major hub of houseboat stay and rides. However, it is also well-known for the verdant countryside and lagoons.
Pondicherry, the French Town
The French architecture is at the heart & soul of this small town tucked away in the east coastline of Tamil Nadu. From cobblestoned streets to colonial buildings, this town has it all. This place also offers great French food. The serenity and sanctity this place delivers to the peace and tranquility seekers can be found nowhere else.
Kasol, Gateway to Heaven
Kasol is a beautiful and small hamlet town situated in the valley of Parvati in Himachal, lined by thick forest on both sides. If you want to reconnect with your senses while being one with nature, this is the right place for you. This place is famous for its trekking and amazing yet cheap food. The small cafes here offer a diverse range of food, including Israeli food, due to the huge numbers of Israeli tourists here.
Ooty, the Queen of Hill stations
Famously known as the ‘Queen of Hill stations’ because of the lush green valley, verdant hills, and spectacular lakes situated in Tamil Nadu. Ooty has magnificent tea gardens and colonial buildings. From famous churches to famous temples, this place provides sanctity in every form. But the most spectacular experience is the ‘toy train’ ride in the Nilgiri mountains.
Digha, the Underwater City
Digha is renowned as a resort beach town situated at the seashores of the Bay of Bengal. This town is famous for its marine life and shallow beaches. The casuarina plantations along the coast increase the ethereal beauty of this town. This town is famous among locals only and untouched by tourism yet. So, it is an ideal choice for someone who is looking for a peaceful travel experience.
Meghalaya, Scotland of East
Meghalaya is one of the most unusual states in India. You can find natural, living bridges made out of ancient tree roots in this ‘Abode of Clouds’. The sightseeing experience that this place offers is like no other can. Also, the local food of this place is very affordable yet delicious.
Hampi, the Forgotten Empire
The forgotten empire of Hampi is situated in the depths of the valleys and hills of Karnataka. Also known as the ‘City of Ruins’, this place is a treat for history lovers. The landscape, ruins, architectural beauty, and the historical importance of Hampi have made it into a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Mcleod Ganj, the Little Lhasa
McleodGanj is famous for its picturesque hills and valleys, along with the most beautiful trekking points. The Triund trek is the most famous that passes through spectacular deodar, oak, and rhododendron forests. This place situated in the suburbs of Himachal Pradesh is a spiritual gateway and a pilgrimage to the Buddhists.
Jaisalmer, the Golden City
The vast stretches of dunes set the perfect stage for the Indian version of Arabian Nights. The city of Jaisalmer, built with yellow sandstone, shines golden and looks like a great fire has been set ablaze in the vast expanse of the desert when the sun shines upon it. The city offers a rich cultural experience apart from camel rides, desert camping, traditional dance and music, and authentic Rajasthani food.
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