Places to visit in South India
Places to visit in North India
Places to visit in South India:
Coorg, also known as the Scotland Of India, is full of greenery, waterfalls, hills covered with forests, and misty landscapes. The best time to travel to Coorg is September to March. There are no train facilities in the entire district, as they treat nature as god and do not want to destroy its natural beauty by railway tracks. Coorg is one of the leading producers of coffee in India and produces the best coffee in the world. Coorg people speak a unique language. It also produces a large amount of the sweetest honey in entire Asia.
Wayanad is a beautiful place in Kerala, with its enchanting waterfalls, mystical caves, spice plantation, and wildlife. This place is full of hills and attracts numerous travel enthusiasts with its natural beauty. Edakkal caves are two pre-historical caves located in the Wayanad district. The caves are 96 feet long and 22 feet wide. They are famous for their historical and archaeological knowledge. Kuruvadweep is a small freshwater island on the river Kabini. Banasura hill is renowned for its natural beauty. Chembra peak is the highest to get a panoramic view of the Wayanad district.
Hampi is known as India’s rich city. In the 16th century, Hampi trade with Portuguese and portable spices and cotton in all middle east and Europe. In Hampi, there are 1600 temples with a small village. Hampi is an icon of love. It was the land of Parvathy where Parvathy fell in love with shiva. In Hampi, most of the monuments are Hindu. There are also six Jain temples.
Pondicherry is a beautiful seaside town. It is the perfect blend of Indian and French traditions. It is the ideal place to find peace, scenic beauty, rich culture, some exotic French cuisine. Pondicherry beach is a famous beach in Pondicherry. It is the best place to reach the proximity of nature and culture.
Places to visit in North India:
Agra is the foremost visited tourist destination in India. Taj Mahal and Agra fort attract millions of visitors each year. The Taj Mahal is probably situated next to the sacred Yamuna river. Agra fort, its red sandstone palace, and defensive structure is a remarkable piece of architecture. Fatehpur Sikri is a ghost city. It exposes the richness of Mughal civilization.
Srinagar is known as The Paradise On Earth. It is the largest city of Jammu and Kashmir. The great Ashoka, an Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty, ruled Srinagar. It is famous for its Spicy street foods. In Srinagar, there is a large tulip garden in Asia. It is the best place to enjoy nature with snow.
Jaipur is known as the Pink City. The largest city of Rajasthan. Jaigrah fort was built in the year 1726 by Jai Singh II. The Jaigrah fort is of thick red sand and a stone wall. The Jaigrah fort of victory is known as a fort of victory. Aravalli hills are famous for their splendid views of the surrounding. Mahavendara Bhavan is the summer palace of the royal family. The Palace is the residence of nine queens of Jaipur. The Jantar Mantar of Jaipur is on the list of UNESCO world heritage sites.
The Queen Of Hills – Mussoorie – offers the finest walk amidst the mountain ranges for a perennial beauty in chanting discarding world falls for the splashes and the chills in various wildlife sanctuaries. Kempty falls is a beautiful spot in nature itself, with a melody sound that the force of the water. Cloud’s end is well known for its scenic beauty and landscape. Dhanaulti is provided scenic beauty with its surroundings and the Himalayas.
Edited by Prakriti Arora