Top Indian Destinations to be visited for next few years

Well it has been quite a while since I set out on exploring new locations. While I plan for the next one which I am sure will be very soon, here’s a list of top Top Indian Destinations to be visited for next few years. While many may think there are lot more places than these, such as the backwaters of Kerala, Beaches of Goa etc., selected few sit on top of my list and listed primarily on the criteria that they have not been visited by me –

  1. Escape to the magnificent North East frontier of India

The North India comprising of 7 states which are also called as “Seven Sisters’ has some of the marvelous and charismatic tourist locations which are ready to be explored. Although it is very difficult to choose any particular destination tour or activity that can be explored within a short duration, there are few places/ activities which are on top of my list which include –

  • Visit to the Kaziranga National Park to see the one horned Rhino
  • Enjoying rain in Cherrapunji – probably the wettest place in the world
  • Traverse along the Brahmaputra Valley
  • Experience the snow clapped mountains of Gangtok, Sikkim and Darjeeling
  1. Road trip from Manali to Leh-Ladakh

This one is certainly one of the top destinations for me. While I have been to Manali before and have been in complete awe of the place, due to time constraints, I had missed exploring the world famous road journey from Manali to Leh-Ladakh. It is said the journey on this stretch is equally mesmerizing as the destination if not more

  1. Cruise to Andaman and Nicobar

While many Indians regard this as a honeymoon package tour, there certainly is lot of anticipation in visiting these magnificent islands which are covered with white sand and surrounded by turquoise blue waters. There certainly is a lot to explore the islands and also an opportunity to visit the southernmost tip of India and also explore the mystical underwater life with a scuba diving experience

  1. Wildlife Adventure Trip at Corbett

Named after the famous hunter turned conservationist, Jim Corbett, the Corbett National Park is considered as one of the best and most fascinating natural reserves and national parks in the world. I have read the books written by Jim Corbett and ever since reading them, have had the urge to visit Nainital and the elusive Corbett National Park

  1. Get lost in the Royalties of Rajasthan

5.Rajasthan tourism is popular for its magnificent palaces and forts along with the experiencing the desert life unparalleled anywhere else in the country. The top destinations that I intend to visit on the Rajasthan tour include – Bikaner, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Mount Abu, Pushkar and Ranthambore National Park

  1. Rafting and Camping in Rishikesh

The experience of Rafting always pumps the adrenaline for me. Having done rafting thrice before at Dandeli, Manali and Bheemeshwari, the next rafting destination is the probably the best one on India – Rishikesh. White water rafting is quite an adventure sport in Rishikesh due to magnificent river Ganga, considered as the holiest river in India, which winds down from the great Himalayas.

  1. Feel Patriotic at the Indo – Pak Border

Get a feel of patriotism and nationality by heading to Wagah which is on the only crossing road border of India and Pakistan. Celebrate along with thousands the extravagant ceremony that occurs here every day before the sun sets.

  1. Trek in the Himalayas

It has been quite a while since I have went out on a trekking expedition. When trekking is on the mind, one can never miss the Himalayas which are considered as a real test for the trekkers. While the trek in Himalayas is very challenging, it certainly requires lot of skill, energy, stamina, willpower and above all the confidence to get through the harshest weather conditions.

  1. Explore the unexplored

There are several offbeat locations in India which are considered by some as land of mystery.  Some of the notable places include – Roopkund Lake, Khajjiar, Magnetic hill, The Phugtal Monastery, Chadar Frozen River Trek, Valley of Flowers in Uttaranchal, Waterfall rappelling in Vihigaon falls, panoramic view of Pangong Lake, Rann of Kutch and many more.  Exploring some of these places is certainly on the cards.

  1. Get soaked in the amazing waterfalls of the country

I recently read about some of the best waterfalls in India. While I have visited some of them, I was quite unaware of many of them. The complete list of some of the amazing waterfalls in India includes –

  • Dudhsagar Waterfall – Goa’s prestigious falls
  • Jog Waterfall – The wonder fall of Karnataka
  • Nohsngithiang Waterfall – A surprise waiting at Mawsmai Village
  • Thosegharh Waterfall – Maharashtra’s pride waterfall
  • Athirappilly Waterfall – India’s very own Niagara
  • Courtallam Waterfall – Tamil Nadu’s largest waterfall
  • Talakona Waterfall – Sri Venkateswara National Park
  • Khandadhar Waterfall – Orissa’s gem water fall
  • Chitrakot Waterfall – a stunner fall from Chhattisgarh
  • Dhuandhar Waterfall – an odd but spectacular fall
  • Kunchikal Falls – Ghati’s hidden treasure
  • Barehipani Falls – Simlipal National Orissa
  • Langshiang Fall – a sight to behold
  • Nohkalikai Falls – India’s largest water fall
  • Meenmutty Falls – Kerala’s spectacular water fall
  • Kune Falls – Pune’s secret weekend outing
  • Thalaiyar Falls – an impressive gift from Tamil Nadu
  • Vantawng Falls – Serchhip’s tourist attraction
  • Umbrella Falls – God’s wonder in Ahmed Nagar Maharashtra
  • Hogenakkal Waterfall – Tamil Nadu’s majestic falls
  • Abbey Falls – A surprise awaiting at Madikeri
  • Kiliyur Waterfalls – a treasure hidden in the Eastern Ghats
  • Papanasam Waterfall – The Majestic Falls
  • Soochippara Falls – the misty cascades
  • Bhagsu Waterfall – Mcleodganj pilgrimage offers a treasure
  • Amritdhara Waterfalls – a fair and a fall at the same place
  • Barachukki falls – a double treat awaits at Mandya Karnataka
  • Bear Shola Falls – where bears come to drink!
  • Chunnu Summer falls – Darjeeling’s wonderful waterfalls
  • Elephant Falls – Shillong’s icon
  • Ethipothala Waterfalls – falls and crocodiles make a double treat
  • Ghatarani Waterfalls – Chhattisgarh’s furious falls
  • Hanuman Gundi Falls – a jewel at Kudremukh National Park
  • Hazra Falls – lush greenery, a feast for the eyes
  • Iruppu falls – the elongated Karnataka fall
  • Karumalai Falls – Tigers and Waterfalls
  • Kempty Falls – Massoorie’s towering icon
  • Rajdari Waterfall – a staircase made by nature
  • Srimane Falls – the perfect weekend getaway
  • Thommankuth Waterfalls – in remembrance of a great hunter
  • Vantawng Khawhthla – a two step gem
  • Barkana Falls – India’s tenth largest fall
  • Duduma Falls – Orissa’s biggest waterfall
  • Lodh Falls – the marvel hiding in Burhaghaugh

Author: Sujay Jamkhandi

Life is all about experiencing and achieving one’s dreams. The passion and desire to achieve these dreams unfolds through various mysterious paths and unexpected twists and turns. But then, this is what makes the life special and the moments to be cherished forever. Through this blog site, I hope to share these memorable moments I have cherished in my life so far and for the ones yet to be realized. I am fun and frolic loving person who is always on the lookout for new adventures and experiences. I am an avid traveller and love exploring new places whenever possible and I would love getting lost on an island sometime for few days!! I also love adventure sports with white water rafting being one of the topmost choices. Others include trekking, rafting, rappelling, scuba diving and many more… Being a sports lover just like millions of Indians, I envisage sports like Cricket, Badminton, Formula 1, football, baseball, tennis to name a few. I am a scorpion and as is nature of most scorpions-am unpredictable…so keep watching out this space for more :-) Just as my passion to achieve my goals in life never cede, I hope to continue on sharing my life’s experiences,memories, my views on various topics for a long time on this site

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