10 Places To Visit In India Before You Die

10 Places To Visit In India Before You Die


Travelling is a heartbeat for some people no matter what your mood is travelling is going to make you awesome. Travelling can teach you many things like learning about a new culture and making new friends. Travelling also makes you more creative. So, if you ever thought of going to foreign and you thought that you have travelled whole India ensure that you have visited these 10 special places in India.

Here are the 10 places to visit in India before you die –

 

Zanskar Valley, Jammu And Kashmir

Zanskar Valley, Jammu And Kashmir
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Zanskar is a subdistrict or tehsil of the Kargil district which lies in the eastern half of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. On the way from Srinagar, Kargil to Leh is this place. Lakes, rivers, valleys, confluences, glaciers, deep gorges, canyons Geez man it feels like all of the worlds’ beauty is given to you on a platter. It is just too much to handle astounding scenery all around, that’s Zanskar valley for you.

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Mcleodganj, Dharamshala

Mcleodganj, Dharamshala

Mcleodganj is a suburb of Dharamshala in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is a good place to visit, and it is well connected by trains, air and road. It is located near southern Himalayan range and is a peaceful city suitable for a summer retreat. It takes nearly 12-hour ride from Delhi to reach Mcleod Ganj. There are many places to visit, and one can even visit Dharamshala which is also a good place, and there is much attraction like Dalai Lama temple, masoor temple, Tibet Museum, Dal Lake, Bhagsunath Temple, Bhagsu waterfall and

It takes nearly 12-hour ride from Delhi to reach Mcleod Ganj. There are many places to visit, and one can even visit Dharamshala which is also a good place, and there is much attraction like Dalai Lama temple, Masoor temple, Tibet Museum, Dal Lake, Bhagsunath Temple, Bhagsu waterfall and Kangra art museum, etc.

 

Thar Desert, Rajasthan

Thar Desert, Rajasthan
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The Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert, is a large, arid region in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent that forms a natural boundary between India and Pakistan. When you reached Thar desert make sure you have enough time to go to Kuri Village about 30km outside of Jaisalmer where they have camel treks. The best place to stay is inside the city fort where you can get fantastic views at night, the taxi drivers at the train station will hassle you to stay at one of their hotels. Inside the fort, you can buy great meals with chicken for cheap.

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Silk Route, Sikkim

Silk Route, Sikkim

Silk route is a route which exists in India located in the Sikkim District along the China border. This road is popularly known as “Old Silk Route” and has got some breathtaking views of Mt Kanchandzongha and picturesque landscapes especially during rough winters.

Old Silk Route is going to be your unforgettable journey on the paths laid down 1500 years ago with some of the finest and some breathtaking views of Mt. Kanchandzongha and mountainous landscapes.

 

Dawki, Meghalaya

Dawki, Meghalaya

It is amazing to see the river adjoining the two nations India and Bangladesh. The best part of being here is that you can a boat and roam around in the river at the border where you can see a lot of citizens of Bangladesh on the other side. There is no Fence on the border, and it’s an open border with some guards patrolling it. You can even meet and handshakes with the people of another side.

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Hampi, Karnataka

Hampi, Karnataka
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Hampi is a very historic place, and Hampi is the largest living heritage site in the world. Looking for the arid deserted land, we see the ruins of what used to be one of the richest and wealthiest city India could have had.
Reaching here is easy from Bangalore just catch a night train and reach Hosapete. Hampi is just 15km from there. Once can freshen up in a hotel at Hosapete and take a bus to Hampi. The best way to see Hampi is by walk or by Cycle.

 

Leh Ladakh, Jammu And Kashmir

Leh Ladakh, Jammu And Kashmir

Ladakh is a region in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir that currently extends from the Kunlun mountain range to the main Great Himalayas to the south. Here landscape changes every few kilometres and then you realise how big nature is. Majestic Pangong Lake is just mesmerising, and Nubra Valley is a must visit.

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Athirapally, Kerala

Athirapally, Kerala

The Athirappilly Falls is located in a small place called Athirappilly in the Thrissur district of Kerala. It is often nicknamed as the Niagara Falls of India. There is a Waterfall Top view available where in all kinds of travellers can walk to and enjoy nature’s beauty.Young people with good knee and muscle strength can carefully climbdown the hill rock steps sort of all the way to the bottom of the falls. Don’t miss it.This the place where major part of epic Telugu movie Bahubali was shot.

CautionDo ensure that nearby Dam gates are not open before getting into waters.
This place closes at 5 PM IST.
Best time to visit is between 3 to 5 PM IST.

 

Kaziranga, Assam

Kaziranga, Assam

It is a very refreshing place located amidst beautiful forest hill. An elephant safari and Jeep Safari is must witness the wild animals and flora and fauna in Kaziranga. Take a morning elephant safari and evening Jeep Safri in different ranges to see the diversity in Kaziranga.

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Morni Hills, Haryana

Morni Hills, Haryana
Courtesy of Hills of Morni

Great scenic place of Haryana. Must visit if you into nature and stuff. If ever in Chandigarh, do visit as its nearest paragliding station. Beautiful road, a Nice and clean fort at the top. Followed by tikkar taal, for boating. The drive can be a bit scary for the first-time driver. But it is breathtaking and scenic. But please make sure you have your own vehicle and do visit tikkar taal which is 10 km away from Morni hills.


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