Travelling is the key to your happiness. It teaches you about different places, different people and different cultures which helps in your mental growth.

World Tourism Day
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India is a diverse country where you will see people from different cultural backgrounds living together happily. So, on this World Tourism Day I am going to tell you 5 experiences, that you must have while visiting India.

1. A Road Trip To Ladakh

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Ladakh in other words can be described as “Biker’s Heaven“. When going on a Road trip to Ladakh, you will see and will fall in Love with the magical lakes, mountains and the sky. You will also experience, some of the most dangerous roads in the world while traveling.

Other Things To Do :

• Visit Pangong Tso Lake, Nubra Valley, Spituk Gompa Monastery, Zansker Valley, Khardung-la Pass, Magnetic Hill, Hemis National park and many more.

• Go on a trek to Chadar lake.

Best Time To Visit : September

2. Paragliding In Bir Billing, Himachal Pradesh

Bir Billing Valley
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You may have done paragliding may be somewhere else in the world but the experience you will have here, is totally going to be different. Big mountains, dense fogs and high altitude will increase your experience to another level of adventure.

Other Things To Do :

• Visit Sherab Ling Monastery, Tibetan colony, Bir Tea Factory and many more.

• Go on trekking and camping in Bir Billing Valley.

Best Time To Visit : November

3. Live in Royal Luxury, Udaipur, Rajasthan

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The Jewel of Mewar, the Venice of East and the Kashmir of Rajasthan etc are some tags that Udaipur is often associated with due to its royalty, luxury and environment. Home to infinite royal palaces, forts and luxury resorts, you are sure to feel spoilt with luxury as Udaipur is the perfect choice to indulge in a relaxed vacation.

Other Things To Do :

• Take a Helicopter Joyride

• Visit some thousand years old temples, palaces and forts, visit Lake Pichola and take a sunset boat cruise.

• Go to Hathi Pol Bazaar and do some traditional shopping.

Best Time To Visit : November

4. Rann Utsav, Kutch, Gujarat

Rann of Kutch
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Blessed with desert and sea on both the sides and divided into two parts, the Rann of Kutch is the largest salt desert in India as well as in the world. Rann Utsav is yet another massive festivals of Gujarat which celebrates love, life and culture at its best over a period of two months.

Other Things To Do: 

Go on a Hot Air Balloon ride, do some Desert Safari and participate in the International Kite Festival in January.

Best Time To Visit: November to February

5. Snake Boat Races, Kerala

Boat race, Kerala
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The history of Snake boats is about 400 years old. Measuring about 100 feet long, snake boats are the traditional war boats once used by Kings of Alappuzha that can accommodate up to 100 rowers. To keep the history and tradition alive, snake boat races are held during monsoon season in Kerala every year. Witness the best of four main races that take place in Kumarakom, Alleppey and Aranmula districts.

Other Things To Do: 

Take part in 10 days long Onam celebrations in September and Theyyam Dance Festival in North Malabar that houses more than 350 dance forms.

Best Time To Visit: June to September

There are lot more places to explore and experience in India. If you want a complete article on that, comment down below.

Kumar Ujjal
Writer and Social Media manager of Infotonline.

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  1. Amazing !
    Few more destinations like Hornbill festival (Nagaland) , Rath Yatra (puri) & kumbh Mela might also be a treat for travellers.

    • Thanks for the feedback Raj. We have dully noted down your suggestions and assure you that we will add all these place in our upcoming follow up story.


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