The Taj Mahal
Well, it wouldn’t be a trip to India without checking its most famous landmark, right? The Taj Mahal is one of the most spectacular pieces of architecture that this world has to offer, and while it may get pretty busy here, it’s still well worth a visit.
Great Rann of Kutch
India is often hailed to be incredibly busy and populous, but you’ll see a whole different way of life in the Great Rann of Kutch. This salt desert landscape is quiet and peaceful and inhabited by the Kutchi people who live a rather traditional way of life. You just have to see it.
There’s a high chance that you know this destination because of the Wes Anderson film, but you too can check out the stunning tea fields of this mountainous region. It’s beautiful, it’s old-fashioned, and it’s worth a visit.
If you’re looking to check out the luxurious side of India, then Jaipur should be on your destination list. This place is all about showcasing wealth, which means that it’s full of bejeweled palaces, colorful rugs and decorations, incredible restaurants and bars, and opulence.
The Andaman Islands
Although the Andaman Islands may not be on the mainland, they are still an Indian territory. These islands will make you feel as though you’ve been transported to the Maldives, as the sands are golden, the water clear, and the rainforests flourish.
So, which destination will you visit first?