Here is a list of the places to visit in India before you turn 30. These places are not just the destinations but are themselves experiences and wisdom that will go down the book of your memory lane.
Step out of your comfort zone and camp in among the endless stretches of sand with unbridled view of nothing but desert and sky!!
The Twenties is the timeline that brings the craziness alive in you. Experience the finest of DJs and musicians Live in this biggest electronic dance music festival in Asia.
Take the bike expedition that isn’t just challenging but will put to test all the riding skills you have known till date. Manali to Leh is dream route for every bikers.
Twenties is the time when the urge to experience crazy adventures hit hard. Paraglide in Solang Valley and experience the thrills as you breeze through the snow-capped ranges.
Raft through the mystical waters of River Ganges in Rishikesh. This is the right age to experience this thrill seeking adventure sports.
Indulge with nature and witness the serenity at Roopkund. Trek the Himalayas one of the most challenging trail surrounded with ice, gushing streams, untouched forests and the Lake of Skeletons.
Living Root Bridges at Cherrapunji is just a fantasy scene taken out from the movie ‘The Lord of the Rings’. Is it? No! But it is one thing lovingly designed itself by the Mother Nature. Trailing on the living roots branching out from gigantic trees is in itself an experience.
Love Wildlife? Then head to Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand for a thrilling jungle safari, and come face to face with Sher Khan.
Goa isn’t just about beaches, babes, boozes and lazy shores- Goa offers more than this. Casinos, pubs, water sports, quad bikes, treks, scuba, boating, camping- name it, and Goa offers everything. It’s never boring to visit Goa again and again.
Plunge deep into the hidden water kingdom of Andaman. Experience the marine life right in front of your eyes.
Perched high on the ethereal Himalayan Mountains, Spiti Valley is in itself a marvelous experience. With vibrant monasteries, unique landscapes, wildlife, this high altitude destination challenges all your guts.
Amidst the Thar Desert lies Rann of Kutch. Known for its seasonal salt marsh, Rann of Kutch is a no man’s land experience.
Rajasthan’s most famous festival is less and less about the eponymous camels and more about a rollicking good time
The land of Kanhaiya-Lord Krishna is a host to India’s most celebrated festival Holi. People around the globe flock in this small town and indulge in colorful myriad hues.
Well!! We saved the Best for the Last….
India’s one of the most challenging and dangerous trek. A Walk on Ladakh’s Frozen Zanskar River is sure to make your heart beat faster. Challenge yourself in this epic voyage which will not only just define you- it will help you find a New You.