Most scenic places to visit in India

Sink in the vast culture of Incredible India

Traveling to a new country is exciting as well as challenging. With the slogan ‘Atithi Devo bhava,’ India will always welcome you with open arms. Explore India from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, India is diverse and a unique amalgam of enormous cultures. Known for its vast culture, India covers places from deserts such as the Thar Desert in the west to hill stations in the North-East and a lot more. With such diverse geography, it’s tough to step foot in each place. Embrace a unique experience of diverse languages and cultures by adding the below places on your next trip to India.

Kashmir

Start your journey with a place like Kashmir, often called heaven on earth. With so many admirers of this paradise, you can uncover nature’s secrets from beautiful landscapes to the river.

Gurez Valley – Spring into the pleasant experience of this valley ranging from surreal landscapes, refreshing air, and the sound of rushing water.

Gulmarg – A picturesque place surrounded by snow-clad pine trees, it’s worth visiting and praising such a serene spot, popular for adventure sports like skiing. 

Dal Lake – The embodiment of perfection and serenity perceived as the jewel in the crown of Kashmir, a must-visit place to embrace its beauty.

Leh-Ladakh

A dream place for every biker, surrounded by the Himalayan mountain range leaving tourists dumbstruck. Home to the Buddhist monastery, it’s a land with immense attractions and marvelous landscapes with Tibetan culture.

Pangong Tso – The spellbinding sights of blues and browns to the eye witness the varying hues of the lake. This freezing saline lake bolstered by magnificent mountains is the paradigm of the grandeur of the Himalayas.

Stok Kangri – Climb up the steep Stok kangri peak, the highest peak among the Stok ranges enriched with thrill and stunning views.

Nubra Valley – The picturesque and spectacular view of the unexplored range of the valley with sand dunes, and monasteries make it an exceptional place to visit.

Uttrakhand

India’s valley of flowers and often considered the land of gods. Untouched natural beauty and home to pilgrimages. It will embrace you in the calm, cool breeze with sights of ancient temples, forest reserves, hill stations, national parks, and mountain peaks.

Nanda Devi – The second highest peak in the world, encompassed by Nanda Devi National Park with a bizarre mix of flora and fauna where you can meet some exquisite fauna.

Munsiyari –  A place on a grassy slope, often considered as little Kashmir for its astonishing view of snow-capped higher mountain ranges. Panchachuli is a club of five peaks and is a sightseer at Munsiyari.

Chopta – An undiscovered place to endure the captivating beauty of the Himalayas, and thick forest trails, and it will fascinate you with meadows, snowy backdrops, and towering trees.

Himachal Pradesh

A land of divine and enormous serenity, enriched with lakes, mountains, and ancient temples. A paradise on earth to unite peace with your holiday and fascinate you with its beauty.

Spiti Valley – A vista is famous for its natural beauty and cultural heritage. It offers trekking in an untamed paradise for adventure lovers with a memorable glimpse of the cold desert and snow-crowned mountains. 

Khajjiar – India’s mini version of Switzerland, to embrace the blessing of green meadows and forests, the place is perfect for its scenic and beautiful landscape.

Dalhousie – A fairy tale that came true, this town is so captivating and charming that visiting this place will make you fall in love with its natural grassy landscape.

Punjab 

The smiling soul of India, Punjab is the land of Rivers, and the state of agriculture, that serves every Indian. The Ravi, Beas, Sutlej, Chenab, and Jhelum, the five rivers irrigate the farm and land. Unwinding different stories and hidden beauty with traditional cuisine, ancient civilization, spirituality, and history, Punjab is a fascination in itself.

Amritsar

To dwell on the history, culture, and tradition, Punjab will welcome you to its iconic city, Amritsar. Home to the magnificent Golden Temple and well-known Jallianwala Bagh. This city is the heroic character of Punjab, with great stories from history. 

Delhi

The capital of India holds the country’s pride. The city where a traveler comes with one bag and returns with more than just one, be it local shopping or a bag of memories. To descend into history, you can explore historical monuments, such as the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, and Purana Qila. The city is famous for its local street food, which will make your mouth go watery, and to taste the best authentic food, you wouldn’t miss visiting Delhi’s heart – Chandni Chowk. You can stroll through central Delhi from Rashtrapati Bhawan to India Gate to take a glimpse of India’s political power. The only city in India with an extensive modern metro network making it easy for travelers to roam around the city.

Rajasthan

Land of the kings, a place with historic significance and a strong meld of culture, music, cuisine, etc. The marvelous palaces and traditions of this place will make it an ideal lovable vacation spot.

Jaisalmer – The golden city of Rajasthan is surrounded by a very famous Thar desert, the reason for its golden hue.

Udaipur – The crystal blue water lake, Lake Pichola reflects every whit of light that befalls it. The city will hold you with palaces, temples, and ghats.

Jawai – Land of leopard, a place for camping for an exotic and adventurous experience. Camping in luxurious tents and rustic lamps with traditional cuisine will make it an authentic visit.

Gujarat 

The land of legends, and the sole home to Asiatic lions where another Indian culture endures. Along with the picturesque landscapes, it offers a perfect blend of art, history, music, and culture through ancient cave paintings, holy temples, historic capitals, wildlife sanctuaries, and fascinating handicrafts.

Rann of kutch – India’s white desert, witnesses the surreal white hues of desert sand during summer with the landscape resembling the shape of a tortoise.

Mumbai

The proud capital of Maharashtra, ‘Aamchi Mumbai’. The city of dreamers that never sleeps and home of Bollywood stars, hence the name, the film city. With so much city chaos and struggle, all you will see is the spirit of Mumbaikars. This city will have brags of stories from different walks of human endurance. Embrace and walk into its art, culture, music, dance, and theatre.

Bangalore

The silicon valley of India is cherished for its pleasant weather, beautiful parks, and lakes all around the town. The hub of numerous craft breweries, brunches, buffets, rooftop cafes, and late-night meals, Bangalore has it all. You can wander through the greenery of Cubbon Park or the botanical garden, Lalbagh, and unveil the other name of this capital,  ‘Garden City’. Taste the history with Bangalore palace or animal love with the National park this city offers you more than just IT companies.

Chennai

Capital of Tamil Nadu, a perfect amalgam of cultural history and metropolis lifestyle, engross yourself in its immense tradition. Center to the second largest beach in the world, this city offers you south-Indian culture temples,  British-era museums, monuments, glorious beaches, and delicious cuisine.

Apart from the above places, read further to know about offbeat places from different states of India.

Hampi, Karnataka – The heritage site of ancient temples and palaces with the boulderstone landscape, to eye-witness, the scenes from the epic Ramayana, visit the beautiful Hazara Rama temple. 

Damro, Arunachal Pradesh – The longest hanging bridge in India. Damro enchantments with thatched bamboo houses and scenes of harvested crops, a vast range of meadows, and grasslands.

Mawlynnong, Meghalaya – Asia’s cleanest village, this serene village is the representation of harmony and cleanliness with maintained roads, colored streets, clean houses, and polished front yards.

Loktak Lake, Manipur –  An ancient lake with the largest freshwater and the source of water. The floating phumdis makes it the only floating lake in the world.

Chembra Lake, Western Ghats – The natural lake with the eye-catching shape of a heart and no sign of exsiccation in the heights of Wayanad range in the Western Ghats. 

The list of places is never-ending, to bathe under the sun, you can always visit the spectacular beaches of Andaman and Nicobar, Lakshadweep, Gokarna, and many more. With numerous places, picking up top sights is no easy task, so plan your itinerary and pen down the names of regions. Travel to Incredible India and each state of India promises you different cultural and historical experiences.

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