Does this happen to you too? When you start making your travel list India pop-ups upfront. Now don’t be shocked to know that this not only happens with you but with every travel enthusiast.

India is nothing less than a treasure trove, you can find everything here from spiritualism to science, whatever your conscious is looking for!

Since the country is packed with the ingredients fueling your wanderlust, sometimes it can be very difficult to choose which place to visit and which not, which cuisine to taste and which not. In this article even before you book your tickets, I will take you through the top 6 places of the country that you won’t like to miss.

Agra

Everyone knows for a significant amount of time the country of India was ruled by the Mughals. In the city of Agra, you can have a brief glimpse of what the architecture looked like back then.

Since we are talking about architecture we can’t miss the Taj Mahal, which is even synonymous with the name of the city itself. The white marble tomb structure which is part of the new wonders of the world was built by emperor Akbar to honor his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal.

Along with the Taj Mahal, You can also view the two world heritage sites Agra fort and Fatehpur Sikri.

Goa

Whenever the word PARTY swims across mind the first place which comes across party lovers mind is Goa! Isn’t it so? The state of Goa is home to some of the beautiful beaches nature has bestowed us with beaches like Calangute Beach, Candolim Beach, and Baga beach to name a few.

You can also visit the peaceful churches of Goa like Basilica of Bom Jesus, Convent of St. Francis of Assisi, and Se Cathedral.

If the serenity of the place doesn’t get you high, You will easily find bars and live party events going on in the suburbs.

Manali

Manali is a town located in the lap of Himachal Pradesh, India. The small town has a bit of everything, a wide variety of flora and wildlife, beautiful waterfalls and pleasant weather and comes in second place on our list.

Zorbing, Skiing, Rafting, Paragliding, and Rock climbing are some of the adventure sports that you can easily get your hands on in the town. 

Mumbai

The city is home to the well-famed Bollywood but has more to it to when it comes to satisfying your wanderlust.

You can visit the Gateway of India, a landmark architecture standing tall since 1924. Temple of Mumba Devi and the Dargah of Haji Ali should be your go-to places if spiritualism is what you are seeking for. 

In the evening you can visit the Juhu beach and Marine drive and soothe your senses by the beauty of nature. Don’t miss the Elephanta Caves home to the great history of ancient carvings.

Don’t worry if you just want to lie peacefully in a resort the city is home to some of the finest 5-star hotels in the country.

Jaipur

How can we miss the Pink city, yeah you got me right I am talking about Jaipur, the city is home to great forts and is a beautiful gem on the scarf of Indian history.

Jungle safari, hot balloon adventure, zip-lining are some of the fun activities waiting for you in the womb of the city. Jaigarh fort, Amber Palace, and Nahargarh Fort are the places for you if you want to walk through, how Rajputana kingdom looked like!

Meghalaya

Do you know what does Meghalaya means? The word, Meghalaya is a Sanskrit word and means, “The abode of clouds.” The ambiance of the state is so serene that during the colonial rule, Britishers used to call Meghalaya as “Scotland of the East.”

Not many know till Jan20, 1972 the state of Meghalaya was part of Assam. On your trip to Meghalaya don’t forget to visit Cherrapunji, Balpakram National Park, Elephant Falls, Double-decker Living Root Bridge, Don Bosco Museum, Kyllang Rock, Mawlynnong Village, Baghmara, and Nohkalikai Falls.

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