Best 15 Most beautiful places in Northern India

Best 15 Most beautiful places in Northern India.

Beautiful places in Northern India :

2.Khajjiar


Khajjiar is located in near the Himalayan Mountain Range in Himachal Pradesh. Khajjiar is blessed with beautiful green meadows and forests that overlook the grand Himalayan peaks. The place is the perfect holiday destination for couples and families as it is scenic and beautiful – often referred to as a “Mini Switzerland”.
•Best time to visit Khajjiar: March to October

3.Dalhousie

Dalhousie is the gateway that connects the Chamba District to Himachal Pradesh. There are several ancient Hindu temples, as well as arts and handicrafts that have been preserved and practiced in Dalhousie. This hill station was named after the British governor who fell in love with its natural landscape. Dalhousie is so quaint and stunning, it will feel like a town from a fairy tale. The Panch Pulla, Satdhara Falls, Khajjiar and Dainkund Peak are nearby places that you can visit.
•Best time to visit Dalhousie: March to May
4.Ladakh

Ladakh is a piece of heaven on earth. It is the home to many Buddhist monks and there are many monasteries here. Ladakh is surrounded by the picture perfect Himalayan mountain range, a backdrop that leaves visitors awestruck. There are plenty of treks and adventure activities here. People also love riding and driving to Ladakh because of the challenging and scenic routes. Pangong Lake, Magnetic Hill, Nubra Valley and Tso Moriri are some tourist attractions to enjoy.
•Best time to visit: May to September

5.Gulmarg

Gulmarg is the foremost town when it comes to skiing in India. It lies in the Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir and stands at 2,650 meters above sea level. Snow-clad pine trees give Gulmarg its signature postcard look. It has one of the highest located gondola rides in the world, connecting the main town to the nearby Apharwat Peak. There’s also a golf club that was built by the British here; it is the highest green golf club in the world.
•Best time to visit: December to February

6.Varanasi

Varanasi is known to be as old as the Indus Valley civilization. The city is considered holy because of its proximity to the Ganga River. The Ganga aarti, which is a ritual conducted to please the gods, is conducted in the evenings by the banks of the river and is a delight to watch. People flock to Varanasi to connect with their spiritual side. During the winters there are events and festivals where tourists can experience the city in its true splendor.
•Best time to visit: September to March

7.Agra

An ancient city, with mentions in records as far as back the Mahabharata, Agra is better known today as the location of the Taj Mahal. The city houses three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, and Fatehpur Sikri. In agra cultural influence from Mughal . There are many mausoleums and tombs of famous Mughal leaders. Don’t forget to eat petha, a famous sweet made in Agra.
•Best time to visit: November to March

8.Jaisalmer

Popularly known as the Golden City, Jaisalmer is surrounded by the Thar Desert that gives it its golden tinge. There are many colorful villages close to Jaisalmer that you can visit to get a taste of hardcore Rajasthani culture. Go on a camel safari in the desert and, at night, enjoy delicious Rajasthani food as you watch the locals perform.
•Best time to Visit: November to March

9.Udaipur


Udaipur is known for its many lakes, the most famous being Lake Pichola, with its crystal blue water that reflects every ounce of light that falls on it. The city is lined with palaces, temples, ghats and hillsides. In the evenings, you can take a peaceful boat ride on one of the lakes or just have a nice walk around.
Best time to Visit: September to December

10.Dudhsagar Falls

Dudhsagar is a waterfall that is located 60 kilometres from Panaji in Goa. Massive amounts of water gushing down the multiple tiers of the hill give the waterfall a milky white look and feel, hence the name. Local legend states that the waterfalls are a result of a princess pouring down milk to form a veil. Whichever story you believe, there is no denying the fact that that falls are absolutely gorgeous.
•Best time to Visit: November to February

11.Goa

In India, and for many foreign tourists, it just doesn’t get better than Goa. You have the cheap alcohol, great food, delightful beaches and great company.
•Best time to visit: October to March.

12.Kutch

Kutch, also known as the Rann of Kutch, is a wetland in Gujarat. The wetland is generally submerged during the monsoon. However, as summer sets in the water begin to recede and what’s left is flat surfaces laden with salt. The salt flatlands give a surreal white hue to the landscape of Kutch. 
•Best time to visit: July to March.

13.Gir National Forest

Gir National is the one and only sanctuary in India dedicated to the Asiatic Lion. The favorable climate and natural setting make it the perfect habitat for these stately beasts. You can spot lions during a guided safari that is conducted at the park. The park is also enveloped by 400 species of vegetation.
•Best time to visit: December to March
You may also like to read: National parks in India.

14.Lonavala

Lonavala is a hill station nestled in the Sahyadri Hills in Maharashtra. It offers great views of the Deccan Plateau and the Konkan coast. The hill station has many forts and caves that make for good trekking spots. .
•Best time to visit: October to May.

15.Mahabaleshwar

Mahabaleshwar is a hill station located in the heart of the western ghats in Maharashtra. It houses one of the last known evergreen forests in India. Mahabaleshwar is an important pilgrimage site for Hindus. It is surrounded by gigantic peaks and green valleys that make it an ideal place to relax. The famous Trimbakeshwar Temple, which holds one of the lingams of Lord Shiva is also located here.
•Best time to visit: June to September.

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