Thirty days in such a diverse land as India is truly too short a time to really experience its entire personality. India is like 36 different countries with a common thread binding them all – the love of scrumptious delicacies, colorful festivals and myriad of emotions.
Yes, a trip to India is an emotional one…Amazement, excitement, shock or even a sense of completion. So, the trick to optimize your trip is to know what to focus on.
Do you wish to take an inner journey of a spiritual nature as you transverse this dynamic land? Or do desire to expand your horizons about the fascinating history that creates Indian heritage? Maybe you’d fancy some adventure… Taking all these into consideration and more, here is a list of activities that you could do in India to make the most of your holiday.
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The ethereal Pangong lake can be approached via a gorgeous route from Leh. Since the majestic Himalayan ranges will draw you in no matter what your intention for arriving in India, Pangong Lake is an ideal setting to soak in the natural beauty of these grand mountains, soothing grasslands and of course, the serene expanse of the lake itself. Also, in Ladakh is the Tsomiri Lake. Close by in Srinagar, is the Dal Lake. Stay a night on a regal houseboat known as a shikara or try a magical boat ride on the magnificent floating lake of Loktak.
The gorgeous state of Uttarakhand is home to the famous Jim Corbett National Park. Spanning across 520 sq. kilometers of picturesque lakes, hills, river belts and open grasslands, this is nature at its abundant best! Be prepared for rare sightings of the likes of the Bengal tiger, otters, crocodiles, raptors and deer. The Kaziranga National Park, on the other hand, is known for its one horned rhino. For the extra adventurous, there’s the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala where you can attempt some bamboo rafting. If you fancy some scuba diving, the breathtakingly beautiful Andaman Islands will offer you some of the best diving experiences ever!
If you wish to experience India in its most colorful and flamboyant avatar, time your visit during a major festival. Whether it’s Durga Puja in Kolkata (October), Kite Flying in Gujarat (January), Ganesh Chaturthi in Maharashtra (September) or Diwali (October/November), it’s worth it. If you miss out on any of the major ones, there are smaller celebrations such as the Hornbill festival in Nagaland and the Bihu festival in Assam.
In India, you will find a vast variety of places of worship. The Golden Temple in Amritsar, Meenakshi Temple in Madurai, Sun Temple in Odisha, Cathedrals in Goa, and even the Osho Ashram in Pune, each carry its own flavor of spirituality and innate beauty.
You haven’t really experienced India till you have tasted all that it has to offer! Biryani from Lucknow, Bengali sweets in Kolkata, Dhaba-style (country-style) delicacies from Delhi, Gol Gappas in Mumbai, Fish curry in Goa, and Dosas in the South are just a few of the delicious items that you could be relishing on an Indian gastronomical tour.
Plus, there are Himalayan treks, historical sites, intriguing caves, arresting coastlines, melodic music, and loads more that you can feel, see and interact with in India. The best way to plan your trip is to construct a basic plan and then just go with what unfolds, soaking in as much as you can. Because there’s one thing that all Indians believe in, and that is Destiny!