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7 Places In India You Must Visit To Learn Kickass Travel Photography This Year

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HolidayIQ Travellers share why these places should be visited by every photographer to master his skills.

7 Places In India You Must Visit To Learn Kickass Travel Photography This Year:

  1. Ladakh (Leh) (Jammu & Kashmir)
  2. Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh)
  3. Mumbai (Maharashtra)
  4. Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur (Rajasthan)
  5. Jaisalmer (Rajasthan)
  6. Nagaland
  7. Jim Corbett National Park, Corbett (Uttarakhand)

1. Ladakh - Dramatic Landscapes

Ladakh - Dramatic Landscapessource: gopurple.in

HolidayIQ Traveller Tanuja Indi shares, “Leh & Ladakh is simply Incredible. The Landscape has to be seen to be believed. You can view magnificent rocky mountains of all hues !!Greenery of variant hues of Green !! There is snow and there is sand desert !! As if that is not all you have rivers and water bodies of various hues !! It simply is a must visit destination , truly representing Incredible India.”

2. Varanasi - Narrow Lanes And Interesting People For Amazing Street Photography

Varanasi - Narrow Lanes And Interesting People For Amazing Street Photographysource: Wikimedia

HolidayIQ Traveller Prashant Agarwal shares, "You have to look at the city from the way and time it developed. There is a beautiful cultural mix and there is a greater history to everything. As it is not a planned developed city so there are things here and there which you could find odd. But again that is not what it is famous for, you would find cities which has night life, but this one has got very early morning life, very early, people start their day before sunrise, a must visit place."

3. Mumbai - Street Photography

Mumbai - Street Photographysource: thatslife.in

HolidayIQ Traveller Maulik Kumar shares, “I thought visit mumbai in once in life, I have visited Mumbai with family Last summer, It's really nice place for youngster. I have seen Juhu beach, Gate way of India, Mahalaxmi Temple, Pir Haji alis' dargah, Sidhdhi vinayak 's temple, etc. It's really a nice place, fashion street was awesome, there were latest trends with good price. I will definitely visit again & again in future.”

4. Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur - Most Beautiful Bird Sanctuary In India

Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur - Most Beautiful Bird Sanctuary In Indiasource: laxminiwas.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Akhilesh Keshap shares, "I recently went to Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary along with my family and found this was a haven for birdwatchers. We hired a rickshaw, that is available at the sanctuary gate and it took us around 6 hours to tour the whole sanctuary. We some some amazing birds which we had only seen in magazines or on the National geographic channel."

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5. Jaisalmer - Rich Architecture And Sand Dunes

Jaisalmer - Rich Architecture And Sand Dunessource: inspiretourism.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Muktaman shares, "The road started with some amazing scenery on the roadside and we halted for some quick snaps. Some kind of desert mounds with one single bush at the top of it. Each mound must have been about 13-20 ft high. It was a man made ditch with soil taken away but the mounds were left by some nature loving man so the bushes would survive. We went on one of the smoothest roads till Pokharan and had late breakfast there at about 12 Noon. The waiter offered to make Churma of Bajre ki roti (with gud/jaggery in plenty of ghee - what a delight it was). We started thinking of ourselves as lucky and proud at a place where India conducted its nuclear test. It was a magnificent moment to having passed through a national heritage."

6. Nagaland - Less Captured Character Of Local Tribes

Nagaland - Less Captured Character Of Local Tribessource: welcomenri.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Maank Nagori shares, "In the Land of Angamese and Nagamese. Kohima is the capital of Nagaland. Many people don't know this fact, so I had to mention that first. People here carry themselves really well. Right from the drivers to the cooks, everybody is smart here. This is not like those conventional hill stations flooded with couples on their honeymoons, so it's a place for the backpackers."

7. Jim Corbett National Park - Best Of Wildlife

Jim Corbett National Park - Best Of Wildlifesource: HolidayIQ

HolidayIQ Traveller Pranav Shah, "Went early morning to this national park, very heavy cold air and winter is a must go on and so beautiful and very silent forest. Found peacock- dear - owl everywhere and we saw Tiger and also Elephant and found their footprints, keep visiting this forest and very large national park in India."

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