INDIA tops my travel bucket list. I do have 8 other countries on my wish-list, but I believe my life as a traveller is incomplete if I don’t explore my own country deeply. Therefore, I aim to have a taste of each and every state and union territory of my country. So far, I have travelled to 18 states and 2 union territories in India, which leaves me with 16 more to tick off. If you have been following this blog for quite a while, you must be aware of my enriching journeys through India – Sikkim, Rajasthan, Kashmir, Goa, Karnataka and many more.
I really feel excited about my travel plans in India!
Below are the 9 destinations that I wish to visit in the days to come –
The first thing that comes to my mind when I think of Assam is its tea gardens. Of course, there’s much more to it and I’d like to explore that, too. But, I’d not want to research much about what to do and see there. I’d rather be spontaneous with what I discover and experience in Assam.
Arunachal Pradesh has been on my mind for a year now. It’s also been recommended to me by quite a few people. I’m keen to unravel its natural beauty – mountains, river valleys and forests. So yes, I have to make it there sometime next year.
Nagaland seems to me a different world altogether, which is what intrigues me about it. I’m curious to explore its culture, get acquainted with its people and immerse in its everyday life. It would be a big trip!
To be honest, I know nothing about Meghalaya. I just have a mere idea that it’s a beautiful state – a place that has both natural treasures and cultural charms to offer. And, that’s why I want to visit it.
I don’t really know much about Odisha except for its humidity. So, I’m waiting for a suitable season to visit it. I’m not sure what exactly I should explore there. All I know is that it has quite a few interesting temples, beaches and national parks.
To be honest, Chhattisgarh was never on my wish-list until I came across its royal heritage on a TV travel show recently. I’d like to visit its ancient temples, palaces and of course, the Chitrakote Falls.
Whenever I think of Lakshadweep, I see a surreal image of the islands in my mind. I’m sure it’s a beautiful place, perfectly romantic and soulfully peaceful. I’d definitely like to go there someday.
I know it’s called Puducherry now, but I’d still like to call it Pondicherry, because that exudes its true essence – the French architecture, beaches and the fishing tradition. It sounds like a charming place that I can’t resist exploring.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands
I want to visit Andaman and Nicobar Islands for its sheer beauty and remoteness. I hope to find a different texture of India there.
Which part of India do YOU wish to explore?
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