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Top 10 Travel Destinations in India
India, which is the seventh largest country situated in the southern part of Asia, stretches from the sands of the Thar Desert to the sacred Ganges, from the tropical greenery of Kerala to the tall mountains of the Himalayas. Billions of Indians divided into 2,000 ethnic groups inhabit the country, who speak over 200 languages. Due to its huge size and population, the country offers a variety of attractions, monuments, landscapes, and cultures to explore. You can truly admire and be fascinated with India’s tourist attractions once you see it.


Delhi is the capital city where first-time travellers to India usually land. Although you find rude people around the city, it is unsuspectingly one of India’s main attraction. There are mesmerizing monuments, forts, and mosques which were once occupied by Mughal rulers. There are lots of magnificent landscaped gardens that make great places to relax. You may also wish to see the old city of Old Delhi.

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal in Agra is India’s top historical attraction and most iconic monument. Taj Mahal is actually a mausoleum built in the 17th century by the Mughal king Shah Jahan in memory of his favorite wife. Taj Mahal was chosen as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World and is listed a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The white domed marble tomb has other magnificent buildings, pools and abundant ornamental gardens of bushes and flowering trees.

Golden Temple

The sacred Golden Temple is situated in Amritsar, which was founded in 1577 by the fourth guru of Sikhs – Guru Ram Das. Golden Temple was officially renamed Harmandir Sahib in March 2005 and serves as the holiest shrine in Sikhism. The temple stands alive with sacredness and religious fervour. Especially with its imposing gold dome, Golden Temple exudes magnificence at night when all lights are lit up.


Located in the southern part of Rajasthan, tourists can hope for everything with this magnificent site of Udaipur. Here you find striking monuments, marvellous fortresses, gently sloping hills, beautiful gardens and quiet lakes. Here you find impeccable palaces and other buildings built in captivating white marbles. Udaipur is actually a romantic city otherwise renowned as the Lake city of India.


Varanasi is one of the oldest cities in the world, which is also known as India’s religious capital. Varanasi is notably one of the seven sacred spots for Hindus, which they hope to visit once in a lifetime. For a traveller, you can enjoy an inexplicable experience in this unique city.

Ellora and Ajanta Caves

Ellora caves start from the point from where the Ajanta cave ends. The caves of Ellora and Ajanta are one of the most awesome archaeological spots in India. Ellora and Ajanta Caves are manmade caves that have been constructed by cutting huge granite hillsides built by the Jain, Hindu and Buddhist monks.


You will find an astounding energy in Hampi, which is the last capital of Vjayanagar – one of the greatest Hindu kingdoms in the history of India. Hampi is famous for its fascinating ruins, amazingly integrated with huge stones that position all over the landscapes.


Ancient Madurai is home to the most awesome and relevant temple in south India – the Meenakshi Temple. The city is more than 4,000 years-old and has remained an outstanding centre for Tamil culture and learning. Every April of each year, the Chithirai Festival is held, which features the celestial wedding re-enactment of the God and Goddess.

Kerala Backwaters

Kerala Backwaters is a popular attraction in India that you can travel with tranquillity through a houseboat along the Kerala backwaters. When you pass by the lush greenery, different wildlife and villages that line the backwaters, it may seem like you have journeyed through another world. You can bring in freshly cooked Indian food with chilled beer on board for a wonderful experience in Kerala Backwaters.


Goa is India’s top beach destination, where it lures tourists with parties and lazy days on the beach. However, there’s more to Goa than just simple pleasure, as the city also provides a wide range of nature, history, culture and adventure activities.