India is a land of uniqueness and diversity. From ages, the country has been an area of interest for foreign travelers who came on a voyage to the country from across the globe.
In modern times as well the country has maintained that charm and incredibleness that attracts visitors from across the world. If you are a travel buff or someone who loves to explore the beauty of the country then here is something special for you.
Check out this list of amazing tourist sites in India that would help you decode why India is so “Incredible”.
India’s Own Version Of Switzerland: Khajjiar
There is probably more to the touring side of Himachal Pradesh then Shimla or Kullu Manali. No, we are not talking about Dharmashala. It’s the beautiful scenic town of Khajjiar. This hilly town has many things to keep the tourists busy.
At the heart of it lies the Khajji Nag Temple. The Kahjjiar lake is a scenic location which is surrounded by lush green cedar forests.
Scenic Beauty Of Waterfalls: Dudhsagar Falls
Well, Goa is not all about beaches, clubbing, and partying hard. There’s more to the incredible side of Goa. This former Portuguese colony is home to one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, the Dudhsagar Falls.
This four-tiered waterfall is located on the river Mandovi which is said as the “lifeline of Goa”. The location is 60 km from Panaji and is accessible by road and rail route.
Hill Town In God’s Own Country: Munnar
Talking of travel and tourism in India how can we miss the hotspot of natural and scenic beauty, Kerala. Munnar is a beautifully placed hill town in the state of Kerala.
The richness of western ghats and the exotic resorts add to the charm of traveling in Munnar. If you are paying a visit to the state then it’s a must-visit location for you.
A Place For Adventure Lovers: Kanatal
If camping and adventure is your idea of traveling then surely this is the place for you. This small village in Uttrakhand can be a memorable tourism memory for you once you visit here.
If you are planning to travel by train then Rishikesh is the nearest railway station on the route which stands 75 Kms away. By air route, Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun is the nearest at 90 Kms from the location.
Beauty Of North-East: Gurudongmar Lake
If you are yet to explore the north-eastern sides of India then this can be the start of it. At an altitude of 18000 feet from the sea surface, Gurudongmar Lake in Sikkim is one of the highest lakes in the world.
The calm atmosphere and clean surroundings are just the perfect piece of setting that you need to drain out the stress of your hectic city life. The place is also associated with the religious sentiments of Buddhist, Sikh and Hindu community.
So, which of the place or places are you visiting this weekend? Do let us know.