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10 Must See Places in India Once in Your Lifetime


India is recognized for the way it represents different culture and tradition with great peace and harmony. Travelers from different countries visit India once in a lifetime to understand the several religions. Cultural tours of India are world-famous because it stuns many people that how in one country so many religions are living in peace. India is the only nation that celebrates various festivals all around the year. Not only culture and traditions, but India is truly blessed by Mother Nature as it offers some incredibly amazing destinations that one would cherish for years.

10 Must See Places in India Once in Your Lifetime


In this article, we’ll be sharing some unknown must see places in India that you should visit:

1. Frozen lakes of Himalayas –

Himalayas boast hundreds of frozen lakes and you can experience it in the North Eastern States of Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim. Lake Gurudongmar in Sikkim, frozen lake at Tawang, and the world-famous Dal Lake in Srinagar are some of the best Himalayan frozen lakes that one should explore once in a lifetime.

2. Sunsets of Brahmaputra River –

The mesmerizing Brahmaputra River is the longest River of Northeast India that travels from Tibet and flows through the Arunachal and Assam Valley and Bay of Bengal. During sunsets actually experience how dark clouds cover the sky and sun play colorful games with river, making the backdrop absolutely stunning and amazing.

3. Backwaters of Kerala –

Backwaters of Kerala are very popular that is created by five large lakes, rivers, canals and covers almost of the half of the state. You can enjoy in houseboats or take rides through the villages, cities and town while traveling in travel. Besides this, backwaters take you through tradition villages that allow you to taste the culture of this beautiful State.

4. Exotic Beaches of Goa –

Goa is a very smallest state of India, but rich in tourism because of the beautiful beaches it offers. Goa also hosts some of the top World Heritage Sites as the architecture is alluring to eyes. The beaches are quite famous because of the freedom it offers to tourist and is unique in its own way. Apart from this, Goan culture and cuisine will also make you fall in love with this small state.

5. Snow clad mountains of Manali –

Himachal Pradesh is one of the famous winter-tourist destination that host some amazing snow clad mountains and glittering lakes. If you’re an adventure freak, then sport activities like snowboarding, skiing, and heli-ski are some of the popular snow sports. Moreover, you can enjoy paragliding between the snowy mountains and lush green grasses.

6. Night in the Thar Desert –

This Great Indian Desert is located in the royal and largest state of India, which is Rajasthan. This state is surrounded by Aravalli mountain ranges and Great Rann of Kutch. Thar Desert offers one of the amazing Arabian Desert nights that also allow you to meet the tradition of this state. Bikaner is the jewel city of this desert that located in the midst.

7. Natural Beauty of Western Ghats –

The Western Ghats boasts Sahyadri mountain range that runs through the entire west coast of India. Right from the border of Gujarat to Kanyakumari that makes Western Ghats home for large variety of flora and fauna along with numerous undiscovered species. You can also enjoy the beauty of manmade lakes, reservoirs, waterfalls, and a lot more.

8. Mangrove forest of Sunderbans –

The Sunderbans forest is one of the largest tidal halophytic mangroves across the world, which is located in West Bengal. The entire region is a UNSECO World Heritage Site that boasts densely covered forest and is also home to a large number of Royal Bengal Tigers. The actual meaning of Sunderbans is a beautiful forest created by Ganga deltas on the Bay of Bengal.

9. Shimmers on Ladakh Lakes –

Leh Ladakh is a dream of many travelers and we recommend this absolutely stunning destination to everyone. This place is home to some of the world’s spectacular lakes because these lakes change their forms every next hour and in the evening it becomes incredibly beautiful. The blue sky over the lake along with tremulous light of sun on the water bodies gives a shimmering reflection.

10. Astonishing waterfalls in Shillong –

On the East Khasi Hills of northeast Meghalaya State boast a beautiful and small village, namely Mawsynram. This place is known as the wettest place on Earth as the annual rainfall in this region is 11,872mm. The region is surrounded with big mountains along with lush greenery and number of waterfalls.

Also you can visit Great Stupa at Sanchi

Shalu Prajesh is a passionate Traveler. She loves to read articles related to travel, and Holidays. She provides various packages for Luxury Tours India. She also has a strong passion for writing creative blogs and articles about Travel and Holidays.

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