Travel experiences: Our vast country India has it all, from lush forests to arid deserts, from majestic mountains to serene beaches, from natural wonders to man-made wonders, honestly this is our glorious country. Even a lifetime is not enough to cover the entire length and width. That’s why we decided to make a list of 5 travel experiences every Indian wanderer should have. Add them to your travel bucket list.
1. Beaches of Andaman & Nicobar
If you’re looking for an international beach vacation, but are on a tight budget and don’t want visa hassles, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are the way to go. Postcard-perfect, these exotic beaches are blessed with clear aquamarine waters, white sand beaches, vibrant coral reefs and abundant marine life. If you want to relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city, come here. If you’re looking for a little adventure, adrenaline-pumping water sports await.
The beach party capital of India, Goa is the perfect place for team fun and fulfilling all your fantasies. The beaches of North and Central Goa are bustling with activity, from exciting water sports in the morning to wild parties that last until dusk. With any luck, you’ll go to one of the many casinos. And when you’re tired of all the hustle and bustle, head to South Goa to find the solitude you need away from the hustle and bustle.
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Whether you are an avid biker or an avid motorist, a road trip to Ladakh will be one of the best and most memorable experiences of your life. At the top of the list of India’s most coveted road trips (and rightfully so), driving through Ladakh is a real treat for the senses. Traversing breathtaking sights every few kilometres, the experience is forever etched in your brain. Alone or with friends, a road trip to Ladakh will bring you closer to nature and enchant you.
4. Valley Of Flowers
Located in the western Himalayas in the mountainous state of Uttarakhand, the Valley of Flowers lives up to its name with over 500 species of flowers (this is a conservative estimate). You might be surprised to learn that in 1931 it was discovered by three British climbers and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From June to October, alpine flowers cover the valley in spectacular colours. The hike into the valley is somewhat difficult and a must for all nature lovers.
5. Kerala’s Scenic Backwaters
God’s Own Country has a lot to offer, but what you can’t miss is an overnight stay on a houseboat sailing the lazy, murky backwaters. Composed of calm, winding lakes, canals and lagoons that run parallel to the shores of the Arabian Sea, Kerala’s backwater region is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. Alleppey, popularly known as the ‘Venice of the East’, is a sight to behold and one of the most fascinating trips he has ever taken.