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Put On Those Rose Tinted Glasses! The 8 Most Colourful Places In India That Should Be In Every Traveller's Bucketlist

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There is no dearth of colors in our country, from the placid colors of Nainital to blue colors of Jodhpur. HolidayIQ travellers list down 8 colorful places in India.

Put On Those Rose Tinted Glasses! The 8 Most Colourful Places In India That Should Be In Every Traveller's Bucketlist:

  1. Andaman & Nicobar
  2. Jodhpur (Rajasthan)
  3. Meenakshi Temple, Madurai (Tamil Nadu)
  4. Valley of Flowers National Park, Valley of flowers (Uttarakhand)
  5. Jaipur (Rajasthan)
  6. Kaas Plateau, Satara (Maharashtra)
  7. Dal Lake, Srinagar (Jammu & Kashmir)
  8. Sikkim

1. The Coral Reefs Of The Coral Reefs Of Andaman

The Coral Reefs Of The Coral Reefs Of Andamansource: zeenews.india.com

HolidayIQ traveller Rai from Kolkata shares, “Havelock is a picturesque island and is one of the places of Andaman and Nicobar Islands Union Territory of India you must visit. It takes 2-2. 5 hours by Makruzz or Government ferry from Port Blair to reach there. It is an amazing experience travelling through deep blue sea, where the small hazy island line almost diminished in horizon. If you are lucky enough, you can the flying fish which jumps up and again dives back into the sea on both sides of ferry. Anyway we spent almost 1 hour under water, went 13 feet deep, saw the magnificent coral reefs, colourful fishes and came back to hotel.”

2. The Sky Blue City Of Jodhpur

The Sky Blue City Of Jodhpursource: indianroots.com

HolidayIQ traveller Latika Banerjee from Jalandhar shares, “Visiting the blue city is an awesome experience. Jodhpur Fort is the best fort of entire Rajasthan. Very well maintained, audio guide is a mandatory thing to avail to experience the rich history of the fort. Umaid Bhawan Palace museum is also a stellar destination.”

3. Meenakshi Amman Temple Of Madurai

Meenakshi Amman Temple Of Maduraisource: hotelnambi.in

HolidayIQ traveller Vs Karthik from Secunderabad shares, “One of the most famous temples of Southern India the Madurai Meenakshi Temple offers a very Divine and Spiritual experience like no other. The temple itself is very large and takes some time to cover. Entry to the temple can be gained by 4 gates located North, South, East and West of the temple. A must see for all devotees who visit Madurai.”

4. Valley Of Flowers Of Uttarakhand

Valley Of Flowers Of Uttarakhandsource: mouthshut.com

HolidayIQ traveller Tarun Srivastava shares, “It's awesome experience of natural beauty of Nanda devi biosphere and its surroundings. Trekking and mule riding are other adventure activities you can enjoy. Nearby can visit Shri badrinath temple along with Mana village also. Peace of mind and beautiful flowers take you close to nature and Shri Hemkund Sahib is world's highest Gurudwara also on the way which is must visit but open only specific time of year.”

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5. The Royal Pink City Of Jaipur

The Royal Pink City Of Jaipursource: joytravels.co.in

HolidayIQ traveller Gautam from Delhi shares,”It was a lovely and most memorable trip in my life. I first time see desert and spent a night in desert with my family. I visited so many historical places. I visited many palaces and forts. I feel very happy and relaxed for this trip. I always remember this I enjoy the puppet show which is our Indian culture I also enjoy Rajasthani folk songs they are very sweet I enjoy the folk dance.”

6. The Colorful Bloom Of Kaas Plateau Of Satara

The Colorful Bloom Of Kaas Plateau Of Satarasource: naturelyrics.com

HolidayIQ traveller Ashish Hunkeri from Solapur shares,”It was very cold and rainy day(21 Sept 2015). I arrived to Kaas Plateau at 7. 15 am, in morning. When I stepped out from bus, I felt like I'm walking in heaven. No words to explain. I never imagined there is really heaven on earth like this. After the valley of flowers, Uttarakhand, the Kaas Plateau is only one place in India where flowers blooms naturally in large amount and 46 species of them founds in red data book of rare flowers. It's natural world heritage site for its unique biodiversity. More than 850 species founds in Kaas region. The best time to visit this place is mid September to first week of October. There is no restaurants on Kaas Plateau, but 2 km from hilltop near the Kaas lake(another best place to visit) you can get food restaurants and canteens.”

7. The Unperturbed Colors Of Dal Lake Of Srinagar

The Unperturbed Colors Of Dal Lake Of Srinagarsource: .holidayiq.com

HolidayIQ traveller Parminder Brar from Solan shares, “We went to Dal Lake after visiting all the Mughal Gardens, Chashmashahi, Shalimar Bagh, we were very tired when we arrived here. We took a shikara ride with a guide, the ride was so relaxing, the view and feel of the lake was beautiful. There are many local seller on other shikara boats, you can do shopping while enjoying your ride. There are hundreds of houseboats in the lake, there is also a small nehru garden in lake. Best hour of the day.”

8. The Multicolored Buddhist Prayers Flags At Yuksam Of Sikkim

The Multicolored Buddhist Prayers Flags At Yuksam Of Sikkimsource: naturalhighsafaris.com

HolidayIQ traveller Zen from Mumbai shares,” Yuksom is surrounded by hills and forest and offers nice walks. The walk to Sachen is a lovely walk that can be completed in 3 hours – even if you amble slowly and take breaks on the way to admire the view, maybe spot a few birds too. It involves crossing 3 rope bridges across streams, this has just the right degree of adventure – it is different, it is fun, is very picturesque with the river below, hills around and multicolored prayer flags dangling from the bridge and it is not at all dangerous though the bridge sways gently as you walk across. The walk to Sachen and back is perfect for a day long hike, even for kids ”

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