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This Is Incredible India Aamir Khan! 10 Of The Friendliest & Warm Tourist Places In India

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HolidayIQ Travellers list down some incredibly friendly destinations in India.

This Is Incredible India Aamir Khan! 10 Of The Friendliest & Warm Tourist Places In India:

  1. Dargah Sharif , Ajmer (Rajasthan)
  2. Goa
  3. Jaisalmer (Rajasthan)
  4. Gokarna (Karnataka)
  5. Cherrapunjee (Meghalaya)
  6. Ladakh (Leh) (Jammu & Kashmir)
  7. Mussoorie (Uttarakhand)
  8. Nagaland
  9. Udupi (Karnataka)
  10. Gangtok (Sikkim)

1. Ajmer Sharif

Ajmer Sharifsource: ajmersharif.co.in

This place is the epitome of religious harmony and love. 

"It's a place for which Ajmer is known for, everybody comes here to visit Dargah only. Its a very good feeling by being there. I visited this places 4 times and recommend everybody to come once in his/her life," says HolidayIQ Traveller Vishal Kumar. Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Nishith Jain, "It gets really crowded later in the day, but mornings here are quiet, peaceful and reflective. Extended Gawwali performances make it all the better. Be careful of your belongings. There is a cloakroom - ask people; they will direct you to it."

2. Goa - Do What You Want To, Wear What You Want To!

Goa - Do What You Want To, Wear What You Want To!source: flickr

Goa is a place well known for its unique lifestyle and nightlife.

HolidayIQ Traveller Raj Kumar says, "Well, after writing 3 successful diaries over Goa, let me present you with a review on it, hoping that it will cover everything you need to know. Goa is a beautiful place, which has the freedom to roam as you like, wear what you want, drink what you can, and enjoy as your wish. It is situated along with the Arabian Sea, and quite easily accessible from all major parts of India. In 1987, it becomes one of the state of India, the smallest one of-course, subdivided into two major districts - North Nature Goa and South Old Goa. You can divide these two districts as per the synonyms I used - North Goa full of nature's scenery and some of the beautiful beaches, and South Goa is full of Portuguese architectural designs, old churches, buildings and etc."

3. Jaisalmer - Epitome Of Rajasthani Hospitality

Jaisalmer - Epitome Of Rajasthani Hospitalitysource: wikimedia

Jaisalmer, also known as the Golden City, is one of the most famous cities in the royal state of Rajasthan. The people are warm with a smile on their faces.

HolidayIQ Traveller Sunil says, "Jaisalmer is called the The Golden City Because it is surrounded by deserts. Most of the buildings are made of sand stone. Due to its colour this small city looks like a Golden City. One needs to all east three days to visit all the tourist places. You can visit Fort, deserts, havelies, market and of course the world famous Tanot mata mandir which is situated near Pakistan border. During 1971 war the Pakistani soldiers fired 3000 rockets towards temple but all were failed to target the temple. Hotels in Jaisalmer are for all budgets category. Best time to visit between November to February."

4. Gokarna - The Only Religion It Believes In Is Relaxation

Gokarna - The Only Religion It Believes In Is Relaxationsource: wikipedia

Gokarna is one of the most relaxed locations in the country. So much so that it was also known as a major hippie centre.

HolidayIQ Traveller Sandeep says, "This small town is an ideal place to just go off alone and laze around sipping beer, or go for trekking. Though, many folks do visit for spiritual purposes too. This place is famous for the Gokarna temple of Lord Shiva. Had been to Gokarna just to relax and be lazy and I am more than satisfied with the trip!"

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5. Cherrapunjee

Cherrapunjeesource: pixabay

 This town is the traditional capital of the Hima state, known as Churra or Sohra. Cherrapunjee refers to the land of oranges and is considered to be the second wettest region in the world. The locals are a friendly people and are always looking forward to simple ways and life.

HolidayIQ Traveller Srejith says, "Cherrapunjee is a quiet location far from the madding crowd ever draped in a thick sheath of clouds. It is yet to see much commercial activity and is therefore, an ideal destination for people who want to experience nature in all its glory. There are many places worth a see including the Mawsmai Caves and Nohkalikai waterfalls."

6. Ladakh

Ladakhsource: wikimedia

People of Ladakh are as friendly as anyone and wear broad smiles on their faces. One of the best destinations for solo travel, this place is a gem. 

HolidayIQ Traveller Gaurav says, "This place offers everything for everyone.. Be it beautiful landscapes or calm serene rivers or Peaceful Monasteries with cute monks or Adventure filled roads to beautiful villages and lakes. Must Visit - Hanle Village, TsoMoriri Lake, Chumar Post, Nubra Valley, Pangong Lake, Lamayuru. In Leh must try the mouth watering pizza at IL Forno."

7. Mussoorie

Mussooriesource: wikimedia

One of the most popular and frequented hill stations, Mussoorie is a safe places full of tourists.

HolidayIQ Traveller Aastha says, "Mussoorie is a great place to visit. Kempty fall is very beautiful. There are so many awesome mountain views up there. Mall road is good for shopping and the overall place is good chill in summers. You can go there for a break. The atmosphere there is fabulous and its never high temperature up there so you can go there for pleasant weather in summers."

8. Nagaland

Nagalandsource: wikimedia

Nagaland is known for its festivals most of which are based on the agricultural cycle. The place is quiet and loves tourists.

HolidayIQ Traveller Praveen says, " have gone to visit Nagaland for a weekend. It was too adventurous and the mountains were dangerous. But we all enjoyed it too much. We have visited Dimapur, Farukting, Kohima, Moon and some other districts. We travelled for 7 hours to stay our hotel. The hotel was very beautiful and service was also good. But food was disappointing because veg food was not available there. But the journey was surprising."

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9. Darjeeling - One Of The Most Tourist-Friendly Places

Darjeeling - One Of The Most Tourist-Friendly Placessource: wikimedia

Known for its scenic beauty, snow-clad Himalayas, and tea gardens, Darjeeling is frequented by tourists from all over the country as well as from around the world. 

HolidayIQ Traveller Dishant says, "Darjeeling is one of the best hill stations in India. We visited the Darjeeling zoo where a variety of animals could be spotted. The wonderful scenery adds to the life over there. The atmosphere is very pleasant over there. Darjeeling is a favourite among people so one should have reservation before hand."

10. Gangtok

Gangtoksource: marveltrip.com

Nothing can be more tourist-friendly than Sikkim. A gorgeous place for visitors it is welcoming and warm across all corners!

"Sikkim, the most beautiful state of the seven sisters, hosts the kings of hill stations in its heart. Gangtok, a paradise, is a world in itself with rich culture and heritage. Gangtok portrays the image of a mini India. One can reach Gangtok hailing a taxi from Darjeeling. It shows it's extreme form in Nov and Dec it is inadvisable to visit then. Other times of the year are pleasant. February-March being the most attractive. Baba mandir, thsomgo lake and nathula pass are the main attractions here with periodic hill climbings and waterfalls in addition. 3 layered clothing is a must and don't miss your camera. Temperature at nathula will be as low as -10 degrees. Trust me, it will the most memorable trip of your life," says HolidayIQ Traveller Krishna Sarath.

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