Get ready for a gobsmacking travelling bucket list as no stones will be unturned in this journey. Hope you have your pockets checked because this route is unquestionably going to be worth it. So let’s dive in
Sam Sand Dunes, Jaisalmer
Enthralling sand of Sam with scorching heat makes the journey nonetheless once in a lifetime experience. The Thar desert in Jaisalmer situated in Rajasthan gives an unbelievable episode you can carry along of Camel Rides to Night Camps. The best time to visit the place is in the evening to get a view of the soothing sunset along with the cool winds. The best time of the year to visit Sam is from October to March as the camps and rides are closed for the rest of the months.
Bora Caves, Vishakhapatnam
Enormous Cave situated in Vishakhapatnam; Andhra Pradesh, Bora caves are one of the largest and the deepest caves in India. This is a naturally formed cave with a mesmerizing view of limestones and stalagmite leaving the visitors gawking with its beauty. Being a habitat for fauna and flora, it is quite a frosty place, hence one of the best places to visit in summer.
Loktak Lake, Manipur
With the floating Phumdi’s (floating islands) over it, Loktak lake has the power to engage one’s eyes with its scenic beauty. Located on this Phumdi, Keibul Lamjao National park is the only floating national park in the world with a natural refuge of the state animal Sangai and Manipur Brown Antlered Deer. It is one of the unique tourism spots with a Cafeteria in the middle of the lake from where the visitors get a bird’s eye view of life on the lake. To be a ticked place on the list, Loktak lake is an ideal tourist spot.
Elephant Beach, Havelock Andaman and Nicobar
Adventurous water spot with white sand beach and blue-green water, elephant beach in Havelock is a gorgeous beach. It is situated in Andaman and Nicobar Islands which has an awestruck scenic view with Sky Walk and Snorkelling. Furthermore, one can take a boat to reach here or the trekkers can trek through the forest. The beach usually closes by 4 in the evening, so plan it all well and you will surely have your best time.
Yumthang Valley, Sikkim
Want a place to please your mind and eyes, Yumthang Valley situated in Sikkim is a must visit! Yumthang Valley means a Valley of Flowers. It is a nature sanctuary inclusive of a river, hot springs, yaks and grazing pasture on rolling meadows surrounded by the Himalayan mountains. The journey itself feels like a grand tour with amazing sights to fall in love with at once.
Hogenakkal Falls, Tamil Nadu
Believed as the Niagara Falls of India, you know what to expect. With bathing areas and hide boat rides, it projects as the main tourist attraction. The flowing water from the heights makes the journey accountable. The falls are bewitching and ooze beauty which gives a heavenly feeling. A spot-on attraction in the south, this place is a must on your travel journey.
Great Rann of Kutch, Gujarat
Salt desert spread over a huge area of land, the great Rann of Kutch is a remarkable place to visit in Gujarat. The camel rides on the Rann makes you fall in love with the beauty of the splendid dessert. What makes it even more interesting is that the salt desert is underwater during the main monsoon season. One can stay in mud layered huts or in tents spread over the Rann. And don’t miss to shop the beautiful handicrafts as souvenirs.
Butterfly Beach, Goa
A very small beach, it is a short ride away from Palolem Beach. This has to be in your travel bucket list. It’s a hidden land with lots of adventure combined with stunning views. One can find millions of butterflies flying over the hilltop and see the dolphins doing their daily exercises. It is pleasure-giving to one’s mind.
Pangong Lake, Ladakh
Known as the high grassland lake, Pangong Lake is situated in the Himalayas. It is one of the coldest places with abundant mesmerizing flora and fauna. For stay, you can live in a tent and enjoy its serene beauty. Its crystal clear water will definitely put you in peace! Beautiful and awestruck charm, hence an exotic place in India to visit.
Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh
A dignified place, Spiti valley is a cold desert mountain valley situated in the Himalaya Mountains in Himachal. The mix of streams takes your attention away. The place is chilled and has its own beauty of calmness and composure. It’s the hidden world of Himachal with beautiful monasteries perched dramatically. A sight of the Ancient civilization adds to the beauty of the place.
I am sure you are wanderlust by the end of this page. So pack your bags and get going!
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