Incredible India- From Tales To Trails

The Indian subcontinent is one of the most diverse countries on planet Earth, a fact which is known to all! India has some of the coldest places in Kashmir, the wettest city of the world-Cherapunji, one of the hottest places of the world-The Thar Desert and some beautiful beaches and magnificent architectures that are hard to miss. To mark India as your next travel destination, make your bookings with Expedia and MakeMyTrip easily.

There a number of sagas those are told about India and its spectacular cities. Every city speaks for itself, unique in its own way and has something for each traveler. Explore the North where it hosts to you the Himalayan ranges snow covered mountain ranges, the splendid temples of the South, the culture and traditions of the East and the beaches and seaports of the West!

Since you are yet to decide about which place you are going to make a visit, this blog may help you a little. CollectOffers, an e-commerce website that provides to you with additional discount coupons and voucher codes on your purchases and travel bookings brings to you a list of India’s most visited places!

Below are 5 states of India which you can travel to and make unforgettable memories on your holidays!

Udaipur, Rajasthan With the tag of “India’s most romantic spot”, Udaipur features some of the most serene and beautiful places to visit. The magnificent Havelis, temples and some lively and colorful bazaars are a delight of Rajasthan rather in the whole of India. Udaipur portrays the “Royal India” with the ancient touch of Rajas and Maharajas. Every turn takes you to the old-time which travelers can explore either by foot, on the wheels or on the back of the horse.

Ooty, Tamil Nadu ootyOoty- the queen of Hill Stations is a combination of Indian hustle-bustle, Hindu temples, and beautiful gardens. The place lets you escape into the quieter and among the vivid greenery and gives you a complete feel of English country lane. The journey to Ooty can be enjoyed with the miniature train journey amidst the stunning scenery.

Darjeeling, West Bengal darjeelingWest Bengal’s most premier attraction, Darjeeling is surrounded by emerald tea plantations. Explore the colonial-era architecture, visit Buddhist monasteries, and spot snow leopards and red pandas at the nearby zoo, when in Darjeeling.

Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir ladakhThere is a place where every traveler has it in his/her bucket list. Ladakh is one such beautiful and splendid place, which makes you fall in love with. The place represents the exact picture of an ex-Buddhist kingdom. The colorful flags flowing and the snow covered mountains make the place extraordinary. The place is most preferred via road trips, so a definite yes for a backpacker.

Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh ujjainWander away from the chaotic station areas of Madhya Pradesh, towards the ghats and you will explore some of the most beautiful temples of Ujjain. Ujjain lets you discover the more spiritual and ancient side of India. The sacred side of the city has got some sort of energy that will attract you towards itself.

Hence, these were the five cities where you can plan your trip to and of course this isn’t just the end, but the beginning of the travel to the Indian Subcontinent.

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