Have you already packed your bags and booked your tickets for a grand trip to India? Well, before you step out you must remember that doing some simple homework about visiting the best hotspots of the country will not only make you trip special but it will also make your every penny worth of it. Unplanned and haphazard ventures in unknown places will only make your money go waste without enjoying the real Indian ecstasies.
Taj Mahal: It needs no introduction, but Taj Mahal, the famous monument made by the Moughal king Shah Jahan in the memory of his loving wife Mumtaz is the most visited and popular spot in India. Not only that Taj is enlisted in the seven wonders of the world, but if you are the worshiper of aesthetic side of any great architectural site or lover of history, then visiting Taj should be your must do after landing in India.
Jodhpur Palace: Here comes the essence of royal tourism in India. If you want to spend a couple of days of stay in India, then visiting Jodhpur Palace in Rajasthan could be a great option. King style living with beautiful surroundings consisting greenery, fountains, gorgeous palatial suite- all will welcome you at the palace. In the heart of Rajasthan, you can visit the famous Indian desert Thar or take trip of the city riding on a camel’s back. For wedding, family union, Jodhpur Palace is famous especially among the westerners.
Goa: Fun, food and festivities, if Goa is asked to be described in three or four words, these should be the introduction. Clean beaches with white sand, fresh air, series of coconut trees and exotic sea food are what your weaknesses are, then don’t wait any longer, go Goa, once you land in India.
Kashmir: If you want to view the picturesque beauty of the country, then visiting Kashmir should be your ideal choice. Spending lazy hours in boathouses that pass through the snow White Mountains surrounding the Dal Lake or collecting redwood furniture or statues are another choices that foreign tourists often fulfill after coming to India.
Bengal: Last but not the least, if you want to enjoy the lively spirit of the country, the visiting Bengal should be your goal. Right from visiting the Sunderbans and having a tete-a-tete with the Royal Bengal Tiger and crocodile, or visiting the green mountains of Kanchenjanga in Darjeeling, Bengal has it all to fulfill all your desires.
So, don’t wait anymore and head for the most memorable trip of your life. With lots colors, vibes and warmth, the people of India are ready to be your perfect host during your entire trip.