Indian Destinations We’ve Been Waiting To Visit After The

Indian Destinations We've Been Waiting To Visit After The

Considering the world was compelled into mass isolation, travelling seems to have pressed reset. Animals are wandering in the human habitats, coastlines boasting azure waters for the first time in four decades, and India’s pollution levels have drastically decreased ever since we isolated ourselves at home. And it looks like it was written in the stars. The lack of human intrusion is just what Mother Nature planned. But again, now that all the restrictions have been lifted, these hotspots cannot stop the return of the tourist influx this 2022 and in the coming years. So, here are those obvious destinations we’ve been waiting to visit after the pandemic in India. Let us know if we are on the same page in the comment section below!

Rishikesh

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Known as a vibrant city Rishikesh is one place which has a lot of things to offer. Also known as the ‘Yoganagari’ or the ‘Yoga Capital of the Country’ and the ‘Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas’, this quaint city is known for its bountiful beauty, sanctity, adventure options and the magnificent places to visit in Rishikesh.

Manali-Leh Road Trip

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The ‘Mecca’ of all road trips, the Manali-Leh Highway has always been a favourite. Be it for the groups or solo travellers, this route outshines any other backpacking trip in India. All -you need to do: is get geared up for some adventure, hit the road, and reach nowhere! Passing mountains and villages, and passing people who are going about their business in a more simple way will get you to appreciate both nature and simplicity.

Coorg

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Witness picturesque views of the breathtaking mountain landscape; magically shimmering verdant pastures in monsoon, and a fantasy-like emerald glow through summer. You can enjoy locally-sourced food and drink under a clear, star-studded sky; the promise of bliss from your doorstep in the morning. “Idyllic” simply doesn’t cover it.

Goa

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Now that the lockdown is just a distant memory; you can lounge on your private beach deck under the endless blue sky, and you will be most imminent to the long belated and sun-filled catch-up. That’s exactly what you’ll get if you head to Goa. Goa is one of India’s most comfortable, luxurious, and ecologically friendly holiday destinations.

Alleppey

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River island hopping is a good choice for nature lovers and sunseekers among us. Offering houseboats and kayaking options amidst Kerala’s most desirable river canals and islands, Alleppey is one of those destinations we’ve been waiting to visit after the pandemic. Also, you can experience those sun-soaked river sides without setting foot on land.

Jim Corbett National Park

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You might have explored the malls, the football fields, the crazy cuisines, and the latest movies. Now, is the time to encounter the wilderness with your loved ones. To connect with nature and its mesmerizing creations and strengthen the bond you share, visit the Jim Corbett National Park. Experience the exhilarating wildlife safari offered here. Closely admire the 400 species of flora and fauna that are found at Jim Corbett Park.

Jaipur

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Whether you are out for an energizing outing or some experience Jaipur is a definitive city for you. Warmly alluded to as the Pink City due to the pink dividers and structures of the old city, draws guests with its shocking reminders of a former period. The most prominent Jaipur attractions and spots to visit are the antiquated royal residences and fortifications, with intricate engineering that serves as a shining indication of their illustrious legacy.

Rann Of Kutch

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Imagine nothingness and then imagine it some more! Being one of the remote places in India and the largest salt desert in the world, the Rann of Kutch comes to life somewhere in October as the otherwise watered locale begins to dry up. Try making it to Kala Dungar (Black Hill) and experience a panoramic view from 458 meters above sea level.

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