Once a trip is planned, Indian travelers focus on what to eat during their travel. The domestic destinations however, have a lot more to offer than just variety of foods. Here is a list of things to do when you visit popular domestic destinations across the country.
Rendezvous in Kerala
God’s Own Country, Kerala’s main charms include the Temple Elephants and the tranquil backwaters. Cruising on a houseboat in the with views of the palm fringed landscape can serve as a romantic getaway even when you travel alone. You can go on a guided trip through the Wayanad and Periyar wildlife sanctuaries or take a walk along the spice gardens and tea plantations to explore nature.
Checking out the Goan staples, beach barbecues and the local Feni can add to the fun at Goa. Visiting the picturesque Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception and the market town of Mapusa are not to be missed on your trip. The private eco tours with crocodile watching or visiting spice plantations in Goa can be worth your bucks. The snorkeling trips along the beaches or the underwater exploration of the shipwrecks while putting up at the beach shacks can be the other exciting reasons for visiting Goa.
Sojourn to the Valley of Flowers
The picturesque view of the valley with its beauteous landscape and the ubiquitous flowers surrounding can be a worthwhile experience itself when you visit the national park Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand. Situated at an altitude of around 3500-4000 meters, the trek to the valley can be exciting for those who love to bathe in the tranquility of nature amidst scenic waterfalls and lush meadows.
Experience vibrant Rajasthan in vivid hues at romantic Udaipur and admire the 18th-century Bagor-ki-haveli when you visit. The exceptionally decorated City Palace Museum can offer you a glimpse of the history and the royal lifestyle. Apart from the famous lakes, Sajjan Garh- more popularly known as the Monsoon Palace can offer fairy tale views of nature at its best during the monsoons. The royal charm of this magnificent city attracts thousands of tourists each year on a trip to Udaipur from across the globe.
The barren landscape at Ladakh evokes a contradictory feeling of serenity. While you are here, it’s wise to contemplate visiting Leh and Stok Palace as well. The Spituk and Stakna Gompa, the old town and the Tsemo Fort can be added to your travel itinerary too. Trekking along Little Tibet and Zanskar Ice trail will be memorable travel experiences. Similarly, visiting the popular Hemis festival can add variety to your trip.