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7 Must See Places In India

7 Must See Places In India

Those who wish to travel the world or just wish to take a vacation should pay attention to India. Each year more people book flights there and for good reason given the large number of stunning locations on offer, the top 7 of which have been outlined below.

The Frozen Lakes of the Himalayas


The Himalayan mountains are already world-famous and can be easily seen during flights into the country. However, what most people do not know is that they are home to hundreds of beautiful frozen lakes.

The Ghats of Varanasi


Varasani is one of India's oldest cities and is considered to be holy by Hindus and Buddhists alike. All along the riverbanks there are a number of Ghats which have received the nickname "The Burning Ghats of Varanasi" due to their use in funerals and cremations.

The Kanha National Park


This park is the home to a wide variety of species and is a conservation site for Royal Bengal Tigers and Indian Leopards. Thanks to this, it has become a popular place for people on vacation looking to photograph these rare animals.

The Beaches of Goa


Goa may be the smallest state in India but it's one of the most popular vacation destinations. The beaches are truly beautiful with white sands backing on to vibrant green forests.

The Temples of Bhubaneswar City


Bhubaneswar is also knows as the City of Temples and contains more than 600 Hindu temples. It is the only city that has a temple dedicated to the Great Trinity.

The Valley of Flowers


The Valley is located in the West Himalayas. A beautiful park, it is particularly stunning during the monsoon season when the largest variety of flowers are all in bloom making it a popular travel destination.

The Tea Gardens of Darjeeling


Darjeeling is also known as The Queen of the Hills. The gardens are known for producing exceptional tea but are also a popular travel destination in India for the sheer natural beauty of the gently rolling hills.

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