Not very far from Delhi lies the ‘pink city’ of India, Jaipur. This city is elegant and a treat for the photographers. Places like Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort and Chowki Dhani complete a perfect family trip.
Agra, though famous for Taj Mahal, has more for its tourists than that one monument. Visitors also find themselves intriguied by place like Agra Fort, Jawab Masjid, etc.
Favourable in summers, Manali is a hill station that has something for everyone. From attractions like Rohtang Pass and Beas Kund to activities like paragliding and mountaineering, Manali has it all.
Nainital, or as Indians call it, the ‘Lake District’ of India is a mesmerising place consisting of lakes, temples, caves and many such picturesque places. Apart from that Naiital also offers activities like Rock Climbing and Trekking.
Shimla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh and is often called the summer capital of the country. The hill station welcomes its tourists with waterfalls, temples and churches. It is also famous for the local markets offering a wide range of products.
One of the many scenic hill stations of India, Dharamshala is also one of the headquarters of His Holiness Dalai Lama. It offers tourist attractions like McLeodganj, Jama Masjid and activities like Trekking, Sight Seeing, Bird Watching and much more.
Rishikesh is another such place that has something for everyone. Consisting of many temples and ghats, Rishikesh also holds in store for its tourists attractions like Ram and Lakshman Jhula and Vashista Cave and atctivities like River rafting, Bungee Jumping, Camping and many more.
If connecting to nature is what you’re looking for, then Kasol is the place for you. The place is quiet and serene and the best way for a getaway if a break from the daily life is what you want.
By- Pragya Achantani