41. Golden Temple in Amritsar
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“Golden Temple”, the holiest Sikh gurdwara located in the city of Amritsar, Punjab, India. A golden marvel shining brightly and casting its shimmering reflection upon the waters is the Golden Temple in Amritsar. A Gurudwara of Sikhs, it is here that people across all religions come and wait in endless lines to pay homage.
42. Rajasthan Road Trip on Bullet
Take a trip to Rajasthan on a bullet and do something different and adventurous. Ride along the rough deserts and the rural roads of this place, absorbing the extensive landscape that abounds around you.
43. Srinagar to Leh Ride
Get a feel of the rustic enrapturing sights that Srinagar and Leh offer, it kind of would heighten your experience if you took a rustic wagon like a bus or a truck. You will have a whole different impression of this place altogether definitely.
44. God’s own Country Kerala
The God’s own country offers the best experience to have, traveling on the salty bays and lakes along with the Arabian Sea coast. The Kerala backwaters are created by five large lakes, canals, rivers and cover almost half of the state with water.
Kerala Tourism serves as National Waterway for backwater cruises to link number of towns, cities and facilitating cargo movement and backwater tourism. The lakes are one of the major attractions of Kerala and home to unique species of aquatic animals and birds live alongside the backwaters lagoons.
The smallest hill station in India, Matheran which is only 90 km from Mumbai, provides a pretty dramatic view of the sunset and the sunrise.
46. Snow Clad Mountains of Manali
Manali is a natural paradise on the lap of Himalayas. Tourists travel to Manali to feel a pinch of the cool wind and enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of nature.
Manali in Himachal Pradesh offers one of the best snow tours in the country and hosts some of the most adventures winter sports such as Heli-Ski, Snowboarding and Skiing. The Spiti Valley or the desert mountain valley in Manali is the most popular snow spot in India to visit.
47. Hoggenakal Falls
This waterfall in South India on the river Kaveri is sometimes also referred to as the “Niagara Falls” of India.
Alleppey is the Anglicized name for Alappuzha is the capital of Kerala’s backwater tourism. It is known for its immense beauty and the snake boat races held here between June and September during temple festivals is the primary reason why you shouldn’t give this place a miss.
Cherrapunjee is famous as the second wettest place on Earth and the only Indian place to receive rainfall throughout the year. Apart from its rainfall and waterfalls, Cherrapunji is also famous for its live bridges which are a result of bio-engineering practiced by the locals. The bridges can bear 50 people at a time and are spectacular to watch. Trekking is also an option available to adventure enthusiasts.
50. Nubra Valley
Nubra Valley is the land of beautiful orchards, scenic vistas, Bactrian camel and monasteries. It is surrounded by snow-capped ranges between Tibet and Kashmir and provides picturesque and breath-taking views during summer.
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