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India’s Best Travel Destinations

Travelling makes you a different person and brings out the best of you. Be it solo travel, a couple traveling together or a family trip, it is always great to spend some time in a serene and secluded place, and maybe capture the moments you spend there to save special memories in a photo album.

If you’re looking for some travel ideas, here are some must-visit travel destinations you should definitely explore in India.

Leh, J&K

Leh - India's best travel destinations

Leh lies in the beautiful division of Ladakh in Jammu & Kashmir. The barren mountains, lush green valleys and snow-fed rivers paint a serene picture at the top of the Himalayas. Leh has a lot to offer, especially for solo travellers. Leh is a safe place to travel for men and women alike. A solo trip to this place will induce you to put on your exploration hats and get closer to Himalayan tribes, beautiful destinations, spirituality and yourself.

Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Jaisalmer - India's best travel destinations

Jaisalmer in Rajasthan is surrounded by sand dunes of the Thar Desert. Taking a solo trip to this place will bring you to a whole new culture with musical nights right in the middle of the desert while the Milky Way shines above. Camping amid vast sand dunes, maybe a camel ride in the evening and rendezvous with the locals in Rajasthan is every solo traveller’s dream. The hospitality of Rajasthan is surely not to be missed.

Munnar, Kerala

Munnar - India's best travel destinations

Trekking, mountain biking, spotting rare animals, you name it, and Munnar is ready to offer all of it to you. For couples, roaming through tea estates and staying in tree houses is the best experience one can have here. Munnar opens up a whole new south India to couples. You can also ride on a Shikara on Kundala lake. For adventure junkies, Munnar offers rock climbing activities for that ultimate adrenaline rush.

Goa

Goa - India's best travel destinations

Goa has proven to be the ultimate honeymoon destination for newlyweds. Couples find Goa interestingly attractive and a great place to get to know each other better. The non-conservative environment of Goa helps people open up to each other better which is why honeymooning couples find this place the most suitable one to bring them closer to each other. From strolling on the beaches to visiting churches, Goa has a lot of places where one can just take a step back and think about themselves and the world around them.

Port Blair, Andaman Islands

Port Blair - India's best travel destinations

Ignored a lot of times, the Andaman Islands in India also form perfect holiday destinations for families. These islands offer adventure sports, scenic resorts and recreation areas for the whole family to have fun and enjoy themselves. You can shop till you drop while the kids get to know a bit more about the father of the nation at Gandhi Park. The Andaman Islands are a great way to escape from the usual and explore a new place altogether, while staying in India.

Kaziranga National Park, Assam

If your kids love knowing more about animals and if you are a wildlife junky, Kaziranga National Park in the northeastern part of India will surely be a destination you’d want to come back to time and again. Kaziranga National Park houses the one-horned Rhino along with a variety of other animals and birds. Take a jeep safari and explore them all with your family. The area also includes the largest river Island in the world called Majuli. You can also get a peek into the famous Assamese tea estates.

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You cannot have enough of all these destinations which is why most people like to click them and print the photos to make it into a beautiful holiday photo album, which you can do with Photojaanic. And of course, there’s always the option of revisiting the destination again!

8 Comments

    • Rajesh K

      I guess it becomes difficult to list multiple locations from all regions. The article would get too long, although it deserves to 🙂

      Destination Infinity

  • KP

    Each one of the locationiscompellingfor a visit.The pictures are very arresting.I wish I were younger by a few decades to visit such scenic spots.
    A good job you.

  • Pradeep

    Nothing like travelling to broaden one’s knowledge horizons. Your list has the best picks.
    Actually India has among the best natural beauties in the world. Only if we had good infrastructure and an efficient tourism policy, it would have been such a money spinner for the government as well as for so many private enterprises.