On hearing the name of India, you get the idea of historical and cultural heritage, but there are not only cultural heritage to visit or see in this country of diversities, but also a storehouse of natural beauty.
So let’s talk today about places in India where you can plan a honeymoon with your spouse or a holiday with family or friends –
Darjeeling is a city in the Indian state of West Bengal, famous for its beauty and known as ‘Queen of the hills’. Darjeeling is internationally famous for tea. It would not be right to describe the beauty of Darjeeling in mere words, for this you have to go there and see the captivating beauty of nature itself. On the way to Darjeeling, the confluence of the jungles, Teesta and Rangit rivers en route. The tea plantations and the pine forest also make a nice view. This place is so beautiful that tourists are forced to come here just by looking at the picture.
Ooty, a very beautiful and romantic place in Tamil Nadu, known as the ‘Queen of the mountains’, is world famous for its panoramic views. Ooty’s real name is “Udgamandal”. The far-flung harps of ‘Ooty’ and the charm trees covered in those plains are as relaxed as if all the happiness is found. The lake of Ooty does not look less than a star and the heart becomes green on seeing its beauty. This place is also preferred for honeymoon spots as both the greenery and the weather here attract newly married couples.
Jaipur, popularly known as Pink City, is the capital of Rajasthan state of India. Through its huge forts and magnificent palaces, the city attracts tourists from the royal Rajput heritage. Another special thing of this is the hospitality of the colorful people and shops of many variety handicrafts. Tourists can see or participate in many festivals here. Jaipur is counted among the most planned and organized cities by modern urban planners.
Nainital, popularly known as the Lake District of India, is a major tourist town in the state of Uttarakhand in India. The word ‘Naini’ means eyes and ‘Tal’ means lake. The most prominent of these is the lake Naini, after which the place is named Nainital. Nainital, the city of lakes, is a famous tourist destination of Uttarakhand.
5) Kullu Manali
Kullu Manali, located in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, is famous for honeymoon spots. Nestled among the mountains, Manali is famous all over the world for its beauty. Every year millions of tourists come to see the unmatched beauty of the place. ‘Kullu-Manali’ is full of green valleys, serene rivers. You can get relaxed by sitting for hours on the lake here. Natural beauty is scattered here.
Just as Kashmir is called heaven on earth, similarly Leh Ladakh is not work from any heaven. Mountains covered with snowy valleys, greenery chunar, brown, barren, huge mountain ranges covered with stones, very beautiful valleys amidst thousands of feet high mountains, cool mountain waterfalls flowing every now and then, glass-like clear and muddy, both ways The rivers, sand like a desert, plateau and beautiful lake in that plateau, all these views will be easily seen in Ladakh.
Goa, India’s most modern tourist destination, is a unique fusion of foreign and Indian culture. The most special thing about Goa is that Indians would feel as if they had gone on a foreign trip. Goa is a state in India that has countless ‘beaches’, where the free and free lifestyle attracts tourists to Goa. This place attracts peace-loving and nature-friendly tourists, Goa’s beaches, its Western Ghats, are made by seeing the lifestyle of the place.
The city of dreams, the metropolis, Mayanagari, the economic capital of India, the city of seven islets and Mumbai, known by so many names, is the capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra. Mumbai is a unique tourist destination of India till now. Mumbai is the perfect place for tourists to visit anytime, due to the pleasant weather throughout the year. There are many beautiful beaches in Mumbai. Juhu Beach, Dahoni-Bordi Beach, Satpati and Kevala Beach are the popular beaches here.
Popularly known as the State of Flowers, Gulmarg is a beautiful hill station in Jammu and Kashmir. Due to its beauty, it is also called Paradise on Earth. It is one of the major tourist destinations in the country. Although natural beauty is scattered all over Kashmir itself, Gulmarg is one of the most beautiful places among them. Gulmarg is mainly made up of a combination of two words, Gul means “flower” and Marga means “field”.
Ahmedabad has great historical importance due to its association with Mahatma Gandhi and is one of the biggest cities of Gujraj. There are many beautiful weekend getaways around Ahmedabad, the heart of Gujarat, that make your weekend very luxurious and fun. In these places, you will not only get away from the noise of the city but also feel close to nature. To visit Ahmedabad you can you can rent an affordable car with a trained driver from Ahmedabad city. Tourists come here in large numbers from all over the country and Gujarat is also the most popular tourist destination of the country because the architecture here has a unique combination of Islamic and Hindu style.
11) Mount Abu
Mount Abu is situated at an average elevation of 1,219 meters above sea level, is an oasis in the deserted land of Rajasthan and is the only hill station in Rajasthan as well as being the honor of being a northwest India, known world famous tourist destination. Situated amidst lush green forested hills on the highest peak in the Aravalli range, its Devarila Jain temples and natural beauty is also the summer capital for the Indian state of Rajasthan, lakes and green forests, hill retreat, a lot for its rich flora. Itself is a calm and soothing climate, covering the entire hillside including coniferous trees and flowering shrubs. Mount Abu offers a great holiday escape and honeymoon attraction, from hotel to budget class to three-star and heritage, with the convenience of its class-class tourist. Every year more than 30 lakh national and international tourists enjoy Mount Abu’s own natural beauty, rich flora and fauna as well as visiting the marble art of the Delwara Jain temples.