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7 Amazing Indian Travel Destinations You Must Visit

If you haven`t yet visited the spectacular tourist destinations in India, then you are definitely missing out on something that can uplift your spirits, like never before. Irrespective of whether you are living in the same country or anywhere else in the world, the following marvellous travel destinations must be in your must visit list in 2017:


Blessed and adorned with the Ganges,  the Garhwal Himalayas, sprawling forests,  serene ashrams, ghats and temples, this amazing place has a lot to offer to tourists. If you are looking forward to satiate your religiosity you can have visit the Kanjapuri Devi Temple, Swarga Ashram, Neellkanth Mahadev Temple, Tera Manzil Temple, Ram Jhula and Lakshman JhulaFor yoga lovers, a visit to Rishikesh is a treat. There are Yoga Niketan Ashram, The Yoga Study Centre and lots of  other yoga ashrams where you can learn yoga. And if you are one of those tourists who are extraordinarily fond of adventure, then also you won`t be disappointed in Rishikesh. You can enjoy the thrill of swinging in the Giant Swing, experience kayaking, Outdoor Mountain Biking, Rafting and a range of other amazing adventurous activities in the holy town.


Ladakh, especially known as the ‘Land of HighPasses’, is located in Jammu and Kashmir. The pure valleys and mountains of this place beckons tourists from all over the world. You can also visit the uniquely attractive Nubra Valley, a cold desert in an altitude of 10,000 ft. in Leh District, Jammu and Kashmir Besides, there are other unique attractions in Ladakh such as the Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace and Leh Market . The Shanti Stupa is a Buddhist symbol of deep religious significance.


The only place in India to be showered with rains throughout the year, Cherrapunji, located in Meghalaya state, is widely known as one of the wettest locations on earth. Here, you can visit the scenic Nohkalikai Falls, the Nohsngithiang Falls, the Thangkharang Park and the Mawsmai Cave.


Munnar, a hill station in Kerala is full of spectacular tea plantations, amazing national parks, glorious waterfalls, exotic flowers and a lot more to offer to the tourists. This amazing place is located at a height of 1,600 m above sea level and it also has Anamudi, the highest peak in the entire South Indian region.A sightseeing Tour of Munnar is a traveller`s delight and on the way you will come across the Mattupetty Dam, Kundala Lake, Lakkom Water Falls, Tata Tea Museum and a host of other exquisite attractions.


Pushkar is one of the ancient cities of India in the state of Rajasthan. Its popular attractions are namely, the Brahma Temple, the Naga Pahar, exquisite rose farms, markets such as Sarafa Bazar that offers exquisite jewellery, textile, handicrafts and other unique products of Rajasthan and Man Mahal, the scintillating palace adjacent to the Pushkar sarovar. Apart from the famous Brahma Temple, there are several other highly visited in the city. Some of the popular names are: Mahadeva Temple, Atmeshwar Temple, Raghunath Temple and Savitri Temple. Above all, you can`t afford to miss the famous Pushkar camel fair, which is usually held within October and November.


Nainital is a hill station surrounded by mountains in Uttarakhand state.  Here, you can visit the Nainital Lake which is just the lifeline of the town. This lake is shaped like a crescent and is especially popular for the extreme serene boating experience that it offers to visitors. From the Naina peak, you can have an eye-catching view of the Himalayas covered with snow and then there are the famous Khurpatal and Bhimtal lakes. Other special attractions are  namely, Tiffin Top (Dorothy's Seat), Kainchi Dham and Mukteshwar Temple.


This small state situated in the north-eastern region of the country is truly a traveller`s paradise. There is the Yumthang Valley, situated at an altitude of 3,500 metres where you can have a glimpse of enchanting wild and exotic flowers. Besides, you just can`t afford to miss the scenic view of the Tsomgo Lake, which is at a distance of 38km from Gangtok. Then there is the Nathula Pass, the famous motorable pass that links Sikkim with Tibet.  

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