The Most Wonderful Top Ten Places to Visit in India | Will remain top ten forever

The world call India a poverty place but this is not correct word at all. India is 7th largest country on earth as it also called a Subcontinent. India is wonderful for its places, although anyone can not explain the whole India within an article because of its diversity and multiformity, but for a tourist we should go through the eye of an eagle. Here we are exploring the real places everyone must visit. I bet each place you see will blow your mind and you will not breathe without saying wow. To visit these places everyone has to run from one side to another, has to travel for hundreds of miles, has to move from dry to humidity, has to shift from heat to chill. No-one can guess what type of journey it would be if anyone tries to visit ’em all one by one. He would need a map and has to travel by Air, Railway, Roadway or even Waterway.

Varanasi – The Holy City


The city is also known as ‘Banaras’, situated on the banks of the river Ganga (The holy river of India). It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. According to Rigveda (an ancient Indian collection of Vedic Sanskrit hymns in Hinduism) the city is founded by Lord Shiva itself around 5000 years ago. The original name of Varanasi was ‘Kashi,’ derived from the word ‘Kasha,’ meaning brightness. It is the holiest of the seven sacred cities in Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism. The city is famous for ghats and rituals. People from all around the world comes Varanasi to find inner peace and Moksha (enlightenment).

What to See?

Jantar Mantar, Ramnagar Fort, Ghats, Kashi Vishvanath temple, Sarnath & Many more places.

How to Reach?

Nearby Airports – Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport, Babatpur (16 miles away from Varanasi). Also has a very strong Railways and Roadways connectivity. Anyone can reach using public transport or its own vehicle. Varanasi is well connected by Railways and roadways. It is 500 miles from away New Delhi and 820 miles from Mumbai.

Ladakh – City over the mountains

Ladakh the city over the mountains or the land of high passes situated in Jammu & Kashmir state, touch the Karakoram range of the great Himalayas, inhabited by people of Indo-Aryan and Tibetan descent. It is famous for great Himalayan views and for very remote Tibetan Buddhist culture and beauty of mountains. The roadway from Manali to Leh-Ladkakh is the main key of visiting ladakh. The outstanding sight-seeing is mind blower and eye opener. The lowest temperature in January is -5 degree Celsius and in  15 degree maximum in June. Chadar trek is one of the famous trek around the world which can be done in month of January. Confluence of worlds highest river Indus and Zanskar is also magnificent.

What to See?

Zanskar Valley, Pangong Tso Lake, Kargil, Khardung-la Pass, Nubra Valley, Magnetic Hill, Chandratal, Parvati valley, Key Monastery, Shanti Stupa, Tso Moriri Lake etc.

How to Reach?

The roadway for Ladakh opens in month of june and closes in november because of heavy snowfall. Anyone can reach ladakh via flight from Delhi or other cities.


Goa – A place for party lovers

Goa is a Union Territory of India, The region known as Konkan, its separated from the Deccan highlands of western ghats. Goa is famous for soothing beaches, Churches, Greenery and water sports activities in day time but in night, Goa becomes a huge night club in every night. Beach parties, Clubs, Live concerts and many more activities to live the moment. Goa is also famous for delicious Seafood and Cruise life experience.

What to see?

Beaches(Baga, Calangute, Anjuna, Vagator and others), Basilica of Bom Jesus, Dudhsagar Waterfalls, Grand Island, Curlies, Lamgau Caves & Many more.

How to reach ?

Goa is very well connected to Airway, Railway as well as with Roadways.


Jaisalmer – Meet the desert here

Jaisalmer is also known as Desert City or Golden City of India. The town is famous for its yellowish sandstone architecture. The giant Jaisalmer fort as well as maximum infrastructure build by sandstone. The place is always attracts Bike riders and Photographers. The place is famous for desert lifestyle, Culture, Music & many more activities like Desert camping, Camel Safari etc.

What to see ?

Jaisalmer Fort, Patwo ki Haveli, Gadisar Lake, Sam Dunes, Galaxy view in night at sam dunes & Many more.

How to Reach?

Jaisalmer is very well connected with Railways and Roadways, It has less flight availability.


Andaman-Nicobar Islands – Place with wonderful beaches

Andaman-Nicobar Islands is the Union Territory of India. Its situated at the juncture of Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea. Andaman-Nicobar Islands is famous for exotic-looking beaches and for adventure sports like snorkeling, sea-walking and scuba-diving. The Islands were inhabited by Onge people who were visited this place for fishing purpose. Islands are also famous for its fauna and flora as well as for wildlife sanctuary.

What to see ?

Havelock Island, Chidiyatapu, Port Blair Beaches (Munda Pahar, Wandoor, North Bay), Ross Island, Museums (Kalapani, Fisheries, Samudrika, Anthropological), National Parks, Rubber Plantation and many more.

How to reach?

There is an international airport in Port Blair as well as ferry is also available from Chennai, Tamilnadu.


The valley of flowers – Place for fauna and flora lovers

The valley of flowers is a high altitude valley which feels like heaven on earth. It is also called Pushpawati Valley which was discovered by Col. Edmund Smyth in 1862. Now it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The place located in Chamoli District of Uttrakhand state of India and surrounded by snow capped Himalayas. This place generally opens in the month of June and closes in november for visiters. Over 600 varieties of natural grown flowers found here. The richy valley in fauna and flora, diverse area is also home to rare and endangered animals like Asiatic black bear, snow leopard, musk deer, brown bear, red fox and blue sheep.

What to See?

The valley of flowers national park, Trek to valley, Rich fauna and flora and Wild animals, Chilled rivers, Flowing clouds. Place is heaven for bird, wildlife and landscape photography. Best time to visit is August to October.

How to reach?

Drive from Rishikesh to Govind ghat via Devprayag, Rudraprayag, Karnprayag and chamoli. Then trek to Ghanghria and Valley of flowers national park.


Kutch – The white desert

Kutch is located in Gujrat state of western India. The place is a miracle of nature. The Kutch place is home to the Kutchi people. Kutch literally means something which intermittently wet and dry. The large part of Kutch is “Rann of kutch” which is actually called white desert. The flat white desert is actually covered by salt and other minerals.

What to see?

Rann of Kutch, Culture and lifestyle of Kutchi people, Wildlife sanctuaries and reserves.

How to reach?

Kutch is very well connected with Air, Rail and Roadways. There are four airports near Kutch, Bhuj airport is the nearest airport.


Mumbai – The city of dreams

Mumbai is the finance capital of India and also called “City of Dreams”. The city is mixture of high level rich lifestyle with poverty living slum people. The city is also belong to Bollywood. The Mumbai is most populated city in India which famous for its nightlife. The city is also called New-York of india because of its High-rise building construction.

What to see?

Dharavi slums, Skyscrapers, Marine drive, Gateway of India, Girgaum Chaupati, Elephanta caves & many more.

How to reach?

Mumbai is internationally connected with all major countries with Airways. It has also a strong rail and road connectivity.


Shillong – Meet the nature

Shillong is the center point to reach in nature of Meghalaya. The world’s rainfall record holder cherrapunji is only about 33 miles away from Shillong. The 62 miles road between Shillong and Guwahati through lush green hills and umiam lake is just magnificent. It can be the journey which will record in your mind for forever.

What to see?

Mawlynnong, Mawsynram, nohsngithiang falls, Jaintia hills, Dawki, Umngot, Air Force Museum & Many more.

How to reach?

Shillong has very strong connectivity vie Airways, Railways and Roadways. It is located in Meghalaya state in East India.


Auli – Ski lover’s Paradise

Auli is hiking and Ski destination where anyone can see the panoramic view of the peaks of the Himalayas. The place of high-slopes which mostly found covered with snow always attracts Ski lovers. Ski championships held here every year. High altitude valleys and peaks hypnotize everyone.

What to see?

Ski resorts, Gorson Bugyal, Himalayan Peaks, Chattrakund Lake, Trekking points etc.

How to reach?

Drive from Rishikesh to Joshimath via Devprayag, Rudraprayag, Karnprayag and chamoli. Then Drive from Joshimath to Auli.


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