5 places you must visit in India before you turn 30

Living in our 20s, most of us face the dilemma of getting a stable and settled life or to keep wandering to chase your dreams. The crisis gets real when with each passing year you are one year older and ummm wiser maybe? The stage where your past seems longer than the future. 

But have you lived enough if you have not travelled enough? If a europe tour may still not be possible , why not be curious enough to at least wander through your own country?

Let’s see if we can find the best 5 places to explore for our 20s to get a little adventurous and interesting.

  1. Banaras

Banaras, or Varanasi is a city where a visit can take you back to the times of ancient india. Devotees believe that one dip at Ganga Ghat can wash all the sins and free you from the circle of death and rebirth. The sunsets and the sunrise at the Ganges river will leave you in awe and take you onwards to a spiritual awakening. The most amazing part about the city is its rusty ambience, narrow streets and the food!

GANGES GHAT AT SUNSET

Best places to visit nearby:

Assi Ghat

Dhamek Stupa

Manikarnika Ghat

Ramnagar Fort

Banaras Hindu University 

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2.  Rann of kutch

  Located in Thar desert in Kutch district of Gujarat, this vast expanse of white ground covered with salt marshes is a sure way of getting you away from the hustle bustle of life. If you sit at one point, you will be nerve wracked to look at nothingness and the beauty of it. You will find unique birds here like pink flamingos and fauna like wild asses. There is even a wild ass sanctuary here to visit for wildlife enthusiasts. 

Best places to visit nearby:

Indian wild ass sanctuary

Kandla port

Kutch desert wildlife sanctuary

TRAVEL AGENCIES FOR BEST DEALS:

https://www.kutchtoursandtravels.com/

3. Munnar, Kerala

Rolling mountains, the lush greenery and the perfect climate. Munnar is a hill station in south india where tourist’s footfall is not quite enough. That is why it is the place where your inner wandering might find solace. The scenic valley, savannahs, with stretches of rivers in between are a great experience for a traveller. These hills are also called Neelakurinji hills due to the blue flower that blooms once in 12 years and covers the entire hills in blue shade.

Best places to visit nearby:

Lakkam waterfall

Eravikulam national park

TRAVEL AGENCIES FOR BEST DEALS:

https://traveltriangle.com/tour-packages/munnar

4. Sundarbans, west bengal

A unesco world heritage site, this place got its name from Sundari trees found here. The mangroves here form a transition between mighty Bay of Bengal and deltas of three river- Ganga, Brahmaputra and Meghna. The salt tolerant plants have aerial roots coming out of water which is a beautiful site. You will find Royal Bengal Tigers here, the great swimmers and the fishing cat. Many other endangered faunal species can be spotted. A visit into the Sundarbans can be a memorable experience for any nature lover who is fond of unique geographies. 

Best places to visit nearby:

Sajnekhali watch tower

Sundarban national park

Sajnekhali bird sanctuary

TRAVEL AGENCIES FOR BEST DEALS:

https://www.sundarbannaturetour.com/

5. Leh,  Ladakh

Located between Karakoram and Zanskar mountain range, Ladakh is a fit place for an alpine desert lover. One gets really immersed into himself in these Himalayan landscapes with plunging valleys, gushing rivers and snow covered terrains. Because of its location, which is difficult to reach, it has been isolated for a long time. That is the reason it has a natural beauty untouched by human interference. 

Best places to visit nearby:

Leh palace

Shanti stupa

Buddhist monasteries

TRAVEL AGENCIES FOR BEST DEALS:

https://www.yatra.com/india-tour-packages/holidays-in-ladakh

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