Being one of the most affordable country, India offers varieties of things and places to visit.
Being the most affordable country, India offers varieties of things and places. Situated in South Asia, India has a diverse culture, community, and geography. From the majestic Himalayan view from Manali to the historic forts of Rajasthan. India has a lot to offer, so here is the list of 5 places to visit in India.
This cold mountain valley is undoubtedly the go-to place in India. Situated in the North West of India in Himachal Pradesh, Spiti Valley is for you if you are fond of adventure, trekking, and road trips. You can do a lot of things here. Probably famous for the monasteries situated here, the culture of Spiti is unlike the regular Indan culture. You can enjoy nature at Pin Valley National Park, see the mummy at the village of Giu, camp at the Chandra Taal, and visit the world’s highest post office.
Popular for Bollywood and the crazy Mumbai Local, this city is the most populated city in India. Formerly known as Bombay, this city has a lot of things to offer. First of all, you should definitely visit the Gateway of India. You can do various things in Mumbai, starting from trying their local street food as Mumbai is the world popular for their street food. You can visit Juhu Chopati Beach, Marine Drive, and try a meal at Leopold Cafe. And also do visit the iconic Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus.
Butterfly Beach, Goa
Probably one of the most popular destination in India, Goa is popular for its beautiful beaches and the culture that was left behind by the colonizers. Butterfly beach is one of the most beautiful beach in Goa. Situated on the South of Goa on the 37 km south of Mormugao and a little to the north of Palolem beach. The Butterfly Beach is calm and not so populated as the beach is slightly far. The Butterfly beach is also popular for Dolphin sighting and Beautiful sights during sunset.
Also known as Golden City, this Rajasthani city has a lot of things to try. Jaisalmer is a historically important city has the city has many monuments and heritages preserved from ancient times. One of the examples is Jaisalmer Fort. Jaisalmer Fort is an icon of this city which is believed to be built in 1156 AD. You can visit this historic icon in Jaisalmer. Rather than that, you can also enjoy the view of Gadisar Lake, shop the authentic handmade accessories, try Rajasthani cuisine, go for dessert jeep safari and camel safari.
Getting further south, Munnar is one of the popular place in South India. Also known as “Kashmir of South India” the town of Munnar also has a lot of things to explore. You can try a lot of things here starting from taking a tour of Kolukkumalai Tea Estate, visit Eravikulam National Park, and watch the kathakali at Punarjani Traditional Village.