1. Rann of Kutch:
Experience the surreal white desert during the Rann Utsav, a vibrant cultural festival celebrating the rich heritage of Gujarat, featuring traditional music, dance, and crafts.
2. Darjeeling Hill:
Known for its tea plantations and stunning views of the Himalayas, Darjeeling is a charming hill station that offers opportunities for trekking, scenic train rides, and tea tasting.
Explore the mesmerizing ruins of the ancient city of Vijayanagara, with its stunning temples, boulders, and a unique landscape that transports you back in time.
Enestled in the Himalayas, these towns are popular for their scenic beauty, adventure activities, and opportunities for trekking, paragliding, and exploring the local culture.
Ajanta and Ellora
These rock-cut cave complexes are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and are renowned for their exquisite ancient Buddhist, Hindu, and Jain temples and sculptures.
Immerse yourself in the vibrant cultural scene of Kolkata, known for its Durga Puja celebrations, street food, and historical sites like the Indian Museum and Marble Palace.
Visit the holy city of Pushkar, famous for its sacred lake and the Brahma Temple. Don't miss the annual Pushkar Camel Fair, a vibrant cultural and livestock festival.
Located in the Western Ghats, Munnar is a hill station known for its lush tea plantations, cool climate, and scenic beauty, making it a perfect destination for a tranquil getaway.
Kaziranga National Park
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is renowned for its population of the one-horned Indian rhinoceros and is a great place for wildlife enthusiasts and birdwatchers.
Often referred to as the "City of Lakes" or the "Venice of the East," Udaipur is famous for its picturesque lakes, historic palaces (like the City Palace), and romantic ambiance.