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Wednesday, 2nd June 2021

India is replete with varied sights and sounds. There’s so much to do, to see, and to feel in India that one may easily get overwhelmed. Where to start, What to do, How to pick the right experience in a diverse nation like India are some of the questions that may arise in the mind of a tourist or a visitor to India


For beginners, these might be difficult questions to answer but narrowing down one’s interest would help to find proper answers. Here are some of the best activities to be undertaken across India. Keep this list handy and stay guided. Read on…


Trekking in the high Himalayas

The lofty Himalayas come with several difficult and easy or moderately easy trekking routes. Touring India without experiencing the Himalayas happens to be incomplete. So, pick from a vast array of trekking routes that the mighty Himalayas offer you and get going to feel the real rush of the adrenaline!


Houseboat stay in Kerala

Southern India offers ample scopes for myriad experiences. One of the best among those is a houseboat stay in Kerala often referred to as ‘God’s own country'. Putting up in a houseboat in Kerala’s Alleppey is an experience that is both luxurious and elegant. You can sail away through the backwaters languidly in a traditionally decked Kerala houseboat and sample mouthwatering local cuisine during your stay. While cruising by means of a houseboat you can explore the sights of local villages laid out on the banks of the backwaters.

Also Read: Top Green Spaces in Mumbai.

Exploring North-east India

There are plenty of things to be done when you plan to explore eastern India. You can start with a tour of Kolkata and visit some of the historical monuments in the city. Then you can move towards the northeast, a region that’s culturally distinct and full of natural splendor. The seven sister states of the North-East include Assam, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, and Nagaland. Each state has something special to offer. Kamakhya Temple in Assam, Ujjyanta Palace in Tripura, Tawang monastery in Arunachal Pradesh, Mamit in Mizoram, Double Decker Living Root Bridge in Meghalaya, Diezephe Craft Village in Nagaland are some of the must-visit places of northeast India.


Exploring the Rann of Kutch

This is indeed a unique place to visit. The vast stretch of this silvery-white salt desert looks heavenly on a moonlit night. The Rann is actually a salt marsh and is located in the state of Gujarat. It is divided into the Greater Rann and the Little Rann. The Rann of Kutch is a barren stretch of land and remains dry all year round. The best time to visit the Rann is during the Rann Utsav, an annual fest held across 3-4 months each year. A camel ride across the Rann is never to be missed!

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