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10 Places You Will Truly Appreciate If You Are An Extrovert

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If you are alien to the concept of embarrassment, sitting alone and staying in on friday nights then this list is for you.

10 Places You Will Truly Appreciate If You Are An Extrovert:

  1. Goa
  2. Mumbai (Maharashtra)
  3. Jaisalmer (Rajasthan)
  4. Delhi
  5. Gangtok (Sikkim)
  6. Pune (Maharashtra)
  7. Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh)
  8. Manali (Himachal Pradesh)
  9. Tirupati (Andhra Pradesh)
  10. Ladakh (Leh) (Jammu & Kashmir)

1. Goa


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Goa is the quintessential destination for party animals extroverts. Walk in with your gang and browse through people and conversations and walkout with new friends, acquaintances and new stories to share. HolidayIQ Traveller Shivam Gupte says, "Anjuna is famous for its crazy trance parties overlooking the beach and for its flea market. The beach itself is not very charming but there are parties/events always going on at some shack or the other. The most famous places here are Curlies, Shiva Valley and UV bar .The sundowner parties at the UV bar are simply fabulous and have great music."

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2. Mumbai


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The city of dreams has people from all walks of life trying to get to their destinations and sometimes the journey gets lonely. Strike up a conversation with the person beside you in a bar, have a few beers and you may find yourself a lifelong friend or someone to travel the city with. HolidayIQ Traveller Gide Alfred shares, “The uniqueness makes it unmissable, it's Mumbai! I have visited Beijing, Cairo and other mega cities like London, but they all have their specificity, dynamic, burgeoning and all, but few can match the real time booming like Mumbai. Half of the city "seems" under construction, you get literally the feeling of work in progress more than anywhere I have been. Places I enjoyed include, Kala Ghoda Art Precinct, the Victoria Terminus (CST) Railway Station, the Bombay High Court, the Taj Mahal Palace in South Mumbai, which is as impressive as you would expect, Marine Drive, the Gateway of India, and my favourite - the Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat.”

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3. Jaisalmer


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Travelling in Jaisalmer becomes much more rewarding when you interact with the local folks and swap lores. HolidayIQ traveller Vijay Pandian from Mumbai shares, “A place full for heritage walk through the pastimes of history of our country that we read in book. Good so see the king and his family if you are blessed. It really opened my eyes to see how our ancestors live a big life when compared to the modern boxes that we live in. Got to rethink all that we decided about our live. Learnt to think big and started living big.” HolidayIQ traveller Dev Vaishnaw from Sojat adds, “Desert camping and desert safari are amazing experiences. Watching sunset and sunrise in desert is romantic. One must go at least once in lifetime. Rajasthan treat tourists really well. They are humble, down to earth and always helping. They try to maintain good relations and are positive people.”

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4. Delhi


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HolidayIQ Traveller Debopam Roy from Pune shares, “Delhi is for history lovers and unlike many other heritage spots, it has layers of history. Visit the Lodhi gardens and Purana Qila to get a glimpse of history of the Delhi sultanate. Visit the Humayun's tomb, and Red fort for moghul history, Shish Ganj and Bangla Sahib or Sikh history; Connaught place, India gate for modern history, and national museum to learn history. It is also a shopper's paradise. For top brands, visit CP, and within 500m, you have palika bazaar, for the proletariat. You can get some great curio and handicrafts from Janpath bazaar or Delhi Haat and you can buy everything in Chandni Chowk. For foodies again it is a delight. Be it Khan Chacha's rolls, sushis in Pandara road, punjabi food in chandni chowk, hippie food in paharganj, bengali food in CR Park, Andhra food in Andhra bhawan, you get authentic delicacies not just from every corner of India, but every corner of the world.”

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5. Gangtok


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HolidayIQ Traveller Divya Vijay shares, “It's very beautiful place. The scenic is marvellous. Best time to go from November to May but March and early April will be ideal for people staying in hot places. Tsomgo lake and nathula are awesome. MG road in the city has much of shoppings. You can go for a city ride in just one day. Chardham and Namchi are places worth visiting also Temi tea gardens. If you have planned right, don't miss Lachung.”

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6. Pune


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HolidayIQ Traveller Arjun from Pune shares, “The entertainment hub, a religious and cultural node, Cambridge of the East and easy accessibility are the hallmarks of this vibrant city. While in the city visit the Raja kelkar museum which has some amazing pre historic artefacts. Hike to Sinhagad fort. Make a trip to the National defence academy. Variety of eating joints are available. As for the young at heart, you will be spoilt for options, but in my opinion SCREAM the disco is the best. Don't miss the vada pav and the South Indian at Vaishali hotel. Pay homage to Parvati mandir. All in all you will love this vibrant city”

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7. Varanasi


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HolidayIQ Traveller Manish Pandey from Varanasi shares, “City has its own masti items. People are foodie and fun loving, will never deny help. Ganga aarti was the most fantastic thing I have ever seen. If you want to see it grab your seat before 6 pm, otherwise it will become crowded. Try and walk along the ghats, wonderful view in the evening and night.”

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8. Manali


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HolidayIQ Traveller Nitesh Parmar from Sirohi shares, “It is just like heaven on earth, a fantastic place where you can spend your whole life also, it is an unbelievable place, and in snowfall it is fantastic, I can't describe it in words, I strongly recommend you to go after diwali to February and feel the place. And for honeymoon it is perfect place to enjoy.”

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9. Tirupati


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HolidayIQ Traveller Sekhar Reddy K from Kadiri shares, “It's an amazing and wonderful place with cool climate and it was an amazing experience. It's a very good place to see and I recommend strongly to visit the place with family. Cool weather, beautiful hills and Lord Venkateswara. Beautiful zoo, nice laddoos and nice people.”

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10. Ladakh


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HolidayIQ Traveller Yasha Deshpande from Raipur shares, “Amazing place full of adventure. Snow capped mountains with roads to ride on them takes you to a different world, we explored entire Leh on Royal Enfield which actually added flavor of adventure in our trip. Magnetic hill, Hall of Fame, Pongong Lake, Shanti Stupa and many more monasteries are main attraction of Leh. One should really go Leh once in lifetime it's a place worth exploring. Local people of Leh are very supportive & Loyal. Do take weather report before starting your day in Leh because it changes very fast.”

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