India, the name itself defines mystery unfold, diversity, charming beauty, rich culture, and heritage. The country offers a complete treat to the eyes by offering incredible sights of mountainous and hilly areas of north-east, sandy and desert of Rajasthan and parts of Gujarat, Indo-Gangetic Plain in South and unmatchable natural beauty of Jammu & Kashmir Valley. So, expect the unexpected in India. Here are the five tourist destinations in India to explore and experience the diversity that the nation comes to beckon with:

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal is the world-famous monument of love. One of the Seven Wonders of the World, Taj Mahal is built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

Backwaters of Kerala

Moving from the Taj Mahal to the backwaters of Kerala in the south of India can be a wholesome different experience for any traveler. Surrounded by water with tall coconut trees interspersed in between, Kerala comes to you as the perfect metaphor for ‘God’s own country’. Enjoy exploring the countryside in a boat ride.

Gangtok

People who love trekking and exploring the natural richness can visit Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim. You can enjoy watching the glimpses of Kanchenjunga mountain ranges or visit monasteries to experience the true enjoyment amidst calm and collective surroundings.

Beaches in Goa

Goa, also known as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’ is a must-visit for all travelers who come to India. The city has beautiful beaches and you can feel relaxed and refreshed after stepping on them once. If you are an architecture enthusiast, ancient Portuguese style houses, buildings and churches are a must for a dekko.

Golden Temple in Amritsar

The Golden Temple is an important tourist destination in India. It is the holiest shrine of the Sikh religion. The temple is situated in a pool of water (better known as ‘Amrit Sarovar’) with a beautiful golden summit.

Visiting the above five main destinations will give you a glimpse of the diversity that India is so popular to be known with. To start with your planning now, visit the website at oceanstravel.co.uk or India travel guide for more information.