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15 Reasons Why You'll Fall In Love With Travelling In India

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India is a nothing short of surprises if you choose to explore it. HolidayIQ Travellers list 15 reasons to explore the magical land called India.

15 Reasons Why You'll Fall In Love With Travelling In India:

  1. Alappuzha (Alleppey) (Kerala)
  2. Rameshwaram (Tamil Nadu)
  3. Munsiyari (Uttarakhand)
  4. Mysore Palace, Mysore (Karnataka)
  5. Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, Tirupati (Andhra Pradesh)
  6. Odisha
  7. Chitrakoot Falls, Chitrakoot (Uttar Pradesh)
  8. Kolkata (West Bengal)
  9. Tawang Monastery, Tawang (Arunachal Pradesh)
  10. Neermahal Water Palace, Agartala (Tripura)
  11. Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh)
  12. Great Rann of Kutch, Dholavira (Gujarat)
  13. Golden Temple, Amritsar (Punjab)
  14. Triund, Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh)
  15. Nagaland

1. The Backwaters Of Alleppey

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HolidayIQ Traveller Diksha Rangnani from Mumbai shares, “You will get to see something new in India specially if you live in north India where you don't get to see so much of water. It's a city of backwater and the only and most attractive thing is the houseboat ride in the back water. Altogether a different experience where you get to stay in a boat which has all the facility they travel whole day and after sunset on the bank of river. They stop and you can enjoy night there. Gives you a feeling of cruise but yes not so cheap. 7k to 15k for a night, good for 4 people. Not heavy on pockets.”

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6344 Ratings | 3882 Reviews | 18 Sightseeings | 586 Photos

2. The Bluish Waters Of Rameshwaram

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HolidayIQ Traveller Nish Shah shares, “One of best and most famous view point. Adjacent to the oldest and the longest rail bridge that is just above the sea level. Watching a train go over it is a amazing experience. And the view of the blue sea water is spectacular to find one in India.”

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4627 Ratings | 2817 Reviews | 19 Sightseeings | 231 Photos

3. The Snow-Capped Of Munsiyari

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HolidayIQ Traveller Swastik73 from Kolkata shares, “Without visiting Munsiyari, your visit to Kumaon can never be completed. Should be listed as one of the must visit places in India. The closest you can get to the Majestic Himalayas as a tourist. The views a jaw droppings, the village is mesmerizing and food is standard. Just go out there and relax, trek, detox and enjoy you time there, because you will seldom have such a combination of nature to enjoy.”

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174 Ratings | 118 Reviews | 8 Sightseeings | 127 Photos

4. The Beautiful Palace Of Mysore

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HolidayIQ Traveller Charles Santhanaraj shares, “The Palace is spectacular always with its magnanimity and artistic outdoor spanning lawns, gardens, elephants, and camels. A ride in the battery operated vehicle around the palace with the timely explanations of the place by the driver come guide is a nice experience. This time the opportunity to see the palace fully decorated with lights in the sunday evening is a spectacular experience. Except on the sunday evenings there is entrance fee to enter the palace and the foreigners need to pay more.”

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641 Ratings | 460 Reviews | 214 Photos

5. The Tirumala Venkateswara Temple Of Andhra Pradesh

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HolidayIQ Traveller Ramesh Balakrishnan from Chennai shares, “We once went to this temple during sunrise. This temple has a lot of specialities during every Saturday of the week as it's special to Lord Venkatesha. The climate of the temple and its surrounding is awesome as the temple is located at the hill station. They have both free and paid counters for entering into the temple. Mobile phones are not allowed inside the temple. The temple is very safe and secure. They have a special complaints/suggestions cell where we can register our complaints and also get information about the temple. There are special buses available at free of cost, so there are no sorts of transportation problem around the temple. Moreover, it is a devotional place for the people who seeks for peace. This is very recommended for such peoples.”

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30 Ratings | 24 Reviews

6. The Spell-Binding Rath Yatra Of Puri

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HolidayIQ Traveller Venkateswara Ramanathan from Chennai shares, “Rath Yatra celebrated once a year attracts 6 to 8 lakhs crowd both local & international. It is one of the cherished yatra.”

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364 Ratings | 169 Reviews | 1645 Photos

7. The Mesmerising Chitrakoot Falls Of Chhattisgarh

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Measuring only 29 meters in height, the Chitrakoot Falls is the broadest waterfall in India. It is situated at a distance of 38 km from Jagdalpur and is accessible only by road. The source of this waterfall is the Indravati River and it has a height of around 96 ft. The attractive feature of the falls is the play of rainbow hues on it. Around the falls, the area is largely forested and there is a helipad nearby. HolidayIQ Traveller Aditya Kumar shares, “The boating facility available is awesome. It takes you below the fall and gives an awesome experience.”

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3 Ratings | 1 Reviews

8. Durga Puja In Kolkata

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HolidayIQ Traveller Pankaj Gupta shares, “If you want to see the greatest and festival of India where full city is celebrate this with lots of joy and happiness then you have to come to kolkata in season of durga puja. In this festival the full city is decorated like a carnival and you can see thousands of murthy/pratima in whole city. So please come to kolkata at least one time to experience it.”

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12636 Ratings | 7887 Reviews | 761 Sightseeings | 495 Photos

9. The Tranquil Monasteries Of Arunachal Pradesh

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HolidayIQ Traveller Debayan Bhowmik from Kolkata shares, “It is a must see sight if you are visiting Tawang at any time of the year. It is basically the chief attraction of Tawang. Talking about activity, you will be truly mesmerised at the sight of the beautiful age-old architecture in the lap of the mountains. It will be good if tourists leave their footwear outside the monastery or else you have to find a place to keep it just outside the monastery. You must at all times carry an umbrella because rains are prevalent in this part of the country.”

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11 Ratings | 7 Reviews | 4 Photos

10. The Neer Mahal Of Tripura

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HolidayIQ Traveller Himanshu Gupta from Navi Mumbai shares, “Neermahal is a beautiful palace situated between lakes, hence called water palace. It is just like Jal Mahal in Jaipur, not that big and beautiful but it has its own attraction. You are taken to the Palace in between the water through a ferry ride or a motor boat on a very nominal charge. Once you reach there, you can enjoy the view from its top, which is mesmerising and breathtaking. I have clicked a hell lot of pictures there and am sure one can find many good spots to shoot. Nature lover photographers would love that place to capture in a camera. The old palace that was made by the king at that time has many big and small halls and whosoever had to visit to that palace had to come in a boat. There is a sound show that goes there in the evening but at the time of my visit, it was not operating so I did not get a chance to see that. It was a worth visiting that palace and am sure one would love to capture him/her in front of that palace in a piece of paper.”

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8 Ratings | 6 Reviews | 2 Photos

11. The Ganga Aarti In Varanasi

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"Ganga Aarti at Dasaswamedh Ghat is Mind Blowing" shares HolidayIQ Traveller Reality from Bangalore. He adds, “This is one of the more ancient of Varanasi's ghats. Went for the evening Aarti which started at 6.45 pm and went on about 45 minutes. You can either sit on the ghat steps leading down or hop on to a boat (for a fee) that will anchor in the Ganges for a different view.”

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4541 Ratings | 2683 Reviews | 24 Sightseeings | 246 Photos

12. The Hypnotising Rann Of Kutch

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HolidayIQ Traveller Harsiddh Dave from Gandhinagar shares, “The great Rann of Kutch is one of the most beautiful Sightseeing place in Gujarat. It is completely covered by white salt which makes it most unique place to visit.”

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3 Ratings | 2 Reviews | 1 Photos

13. The Glittering Golden Temple In Amritsar

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HolidayIQ Traveller Danielle Wood shares, “Absolutely majestic, will come here again & again. The place is so spiritual, so pure, so holy and so clean. When I was inside its premises, the rest of the world seemed unimportant to me, my world was confined to this sacred place. I did not want to get out of it. The pool that's just wo

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