April is that month of the year when we come across tons of list telling us about the Places to Visit in 2017. Also, April is that time of the year with long weekends. We are here to help you narrow down some favorite travel destinations that are on top of the every traveler’s bucket list to visit in India.
A corner of India that is forever France. Hotels, restaurants and lifestyle shops sell a seductive vision of the French- sub-continental aesthetic, enhanced by Gallic creative types and Indian artists and designers. Pondicherry’s vibe: less faded colonial-era ville, more bohemian-chic, New Age–meets–Old World hang-out on the international travel trail. One of the must visit destinations in India for every travel soul.
If you are in search of solitude out in the wilderness, Jibhi Valley one of the least unknown destinations you need to be right now. Jibhi is a little known scenic hamlet in the Banjar Valley or Tirthan Valley of Himachal Pradesh and can be approached from the Chandigarh-Manali Highway. The valley is a perfect spot for relaxation in the wild. The non-concrete paths and the forests around the valley make it one of the most scenic wonders of India.
The magnificent ruins of Hampi dots carnival of carvings, and a fantasy world of rocks and ruins make it a fairy tale destination. The main travelers’ ghetto has traditionally been Hampi Bazaar and Tranquil Virupapur Gaddi across the river has become a new popular hangout, though both areas have seen businesses closed, with the future of Hampi bitterly contested between locals and authorities.
The cold mountain desert of Spiti, Ladakh’s lesser-known neighbor, is for travelers who dare to drift from the tourist destination. Spiti Valley is a world within a world, as Rudyard Kipling once described it. Spiti’s postcard villages remain remotely tucked away in the lap of the mighty, barren Himalayas of Himachal Pradesh.
Perched on the rugged terrain of the lower Himalayas in East Sikkim, Zuluk or Dzuluk is a hamlet close to the Indo China border. Located strategically at an altitude of around 3000 meters (10100 ft), this beautiful destination is a relatively new and offbeat tourist destination. Dzuluk is your base to explore the newly opened Silk Route Sikkim Circuit of East Sikkim.
Illickal Kallu is a popular tourist spot in kottayam district of kerala, this rock is approximately 6000 feet above of sea level. Wagamon, Ilaveezhapoonchira, Thangalpara etc are the nearby tourist spots near illikkal kadu. If you want to reach the top of this rock, 3 km trucking need.
Chanderi is blessed with scenic beauty in and around it. While picturesque hills, lakes and forts sit surrounding it, the exquisite hand-woven Chanderi saris adorn this historic town. The town of Chanderi, with its regal radiance, will leave you spellbound, and often, feeling like the royalty, you used to playact as a child.
This historic small town on the Betwa River showcases a supreme display of Mughal-influenced Rajput architecture in the shape of spectacular palaces, temples and royal chhatris (cenotaphs). The atmosphere in Orchha is far more laid-back and hassle-free, and there are homestay options as well as opportunities to enjoy the surrounding pastoral countryside, with walking, cycling and rafting all on the agenda.
Dudhwa National Park
The Dudhwa Tiger Reserve is a protected area in Uttar Pradesh that stretches mainly across the Lakhimpur Kheri and Bahraich districts and comprises the Dudhwa National Park, Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary and Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary. The area is a vast alluvial floodplain traversed by numerous rivers and streams flowing in south-easterly direction. It ranges in altitude from 110 to 185 m (361 to 607 ft).
What happens when Goa becomes mainstream, and Maldives is too expensive and Bali is NO WAY within the budget. We drive to Gokarna; also known as Goa’s quieter counterpart, Gokarna attracts a crowd for a low-key, chilled-out beach holiday and not for full-scale parties.