Travels may have both educational and “enlightening” aspects, while visiting India actually means that you will get the chance to learn of various historical facts in combination with cultural, spiritual, and artistic experiences. With over one billion inhabitants, this country represents an interesting mix of Indian and Muslim culture, multicultural history and beautiful natural wonders. From the snowy summits of Kashmir to the peaceful beaches of Goa, India offers incredible exotic and fascinating scenes. Before you start planning a trip to India, there are a few things to keep in mind, i.e. places you definitely need to visit once you go there. India has three seasons: winter, rain / monsoon season, and summer. The cold season lasts from November to February and it’s the best time to travel to India. Monsoon season and “summer” are characterized by high humidity and rainfall, but the road is far cheaper at this time. If you decide to use it to make your trip cheaper, go to the areas closer to the Himalayas because it’s colder there. Nevertheless, wherever you go, you will definitely fall in love with India, but make sure not to fall in love to the point that you need to call the moversto take you there. Before you decide on anything, make sure to read our list of places in India that every tourist must visit.
Kashmir is definitely a number one place if you want to experience captivating natural beauty. You will enjoy this heaven on Earth, but don’t forget to buy some of the handicrafts, as that is definitely a must.
If you seek peace and serenity and if you are tired of city rush and noise, then this place is just a perfect one for you. Also, if you like hiking and exploring, make sure to remember it is famous for its unmatched trekking options.
If you were to visit only one place in India, we would definitely recommend it to be Delhi, for its incredible history and past. This is the city of monuments, teeming bazaars, and incredible food.
This is also one of the most popular destinations to visit in India, and you may guess it’s because of the fact it’s a home to the eternal symbol of love, the iconic ‘Taj Mahal’. Besides Taj Mahal, there are many other things to visit and experience.
As we already said in the very beginning, traveling is also about the spiritual journey, and many people come to India to experience that side. In that case, Varanasi is a must-see destination, as it is considered to be an ultimate spiritual holiday destination in India.
You have probably heard of mesmerizing ‘Ajanta & Ellora’ caves, being the main reasons why Aurangabad is the place to visit in India. It also has one of the biggest cultural fiesta of ‘Ellora Ajanta Festival’, where you may enjoy music and dance at its finest.
This place in India is famous for its brilliantly carved monuments, dating back to the period between 14thand 16thcentury. It’s definitely a must visit for people who like to enjoy historical and architectural monuments.