1.Varanasi UP

Far the, Varanasi is the most odd place I've ever visited. Along the Ganges River, this is where many Hindus travel to be cremated.

2. Tawang 

The world's largest operational Tibetan Buddhist monastery is located in Tawang. 

3. Kaziranga National Park

Because rhinos are endangered, there aren't many left in the world, but this park has made excellent effort to repopulate them and protect them from poachers.

4. Chinnakanal

While Darjeeling is the most well-known site in India to view tea farms, Munnar/Chinnakanal was closer to me and is reputed to be as beautiful.

5. Jodhpur

I've been Jodhpur twice; it's known as the blue city of India. I adore this city since despite its dense population, it still has a small-town feel because to its narrow lanes that even rickshaws can't navigate.

6. Coorg Hill Station

Coorg hill station is my favourite of all the naturally lovely places in Karnataka. I liked to eat Pandi curries, exploring hidden waterfalls, and enjoying the traditional (strong) drip coffee.

7. McLeod Ganj

The Dalai Lama calls this place home and it is where many Tibetans settled in exile. The following advice is for things to do in McLeod Ganj.

8. Ranikhet

One of the hill towns in India, Ranikhet not only provides the greatest of nature's beauty, but also has ties to a rich history.

9. Mount Abu

Because of the fact that it is the sole Mount Abu hill station in Rajasthan, it is one of the most well-known hill stations in all of India and a top tourist attraction.

10. Mukteshwar

Mukteshwar, one of India's best known hill stations, is the excellent place to travel to in the summer.