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Top 7 Destinations In India To Visit This Autumn

Pack Your Bags And Travel To These Beautiful Indian Destinations This Autumn

 

Autumn marks the transition from the searing summers to the chilling winters. It can also be said that it supersedes the happy bright sun with the gloomy grey sky, slowly. And hence, it is rightfully regarded as the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.

 

Because it is neither too hot for your skin to burn nor is it too cold to freeze your bones and also, there are no waterlogged lanes, it is the best time to step out and explore. We have compiled a list of Top 7 destinations in India to visit this Autumn. Check them out here and get going:

 

 

  • Jammu & Kashmir

 

 

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Beautifully extolled by numerous poets, this place has the variegated vista to offer to an enthusiastic traveler. From Leh to the brimming Jhelum originating from the Pir Panjal range, Kashmir is undoubtedly an ideal place for a sojourn. Ladakh Festival is one thing that one must entitle himself to appreciate the bursting colors of autumn in the snow-capped mountain valley.

Treat yourself to a Shikara ride, stay in a houseboat in Srinagar, trekking, camping, and, skiing. 

One must definitely go to Gulmarg Biosphere Reserve, Sonamarg, Kupwara, Vaishno Devi Shrine, Hemis National Park, ancient monasteries, Ladakh, and Pahalgam.

 

 

 

  • Lahaul & Spiti, Himachal

 

 

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The two being the remote villages of Himachal Pradesh, they are considered to be the ideal stations for trekking as well as sightseeing. The raw and untainted beauty of nature would steal your heart. The stunning valleys of these pleasant places along with temples, monasteries and different fairs and festivals account for an enriching experience

Treat yourself to Spiti trek, river rafting in Pin and Spiti rivers, exploring the flora and fauna in Pin Valley National Park, camp at Chandratal, and lay hands on sea fossils in Langza.

One must definitely go to Chandratal and Suraj Tal, Pin Valley National Park, Ki & Kaza, Dhankar, Tabo Monasteries, and Kunzum Pass.

 

 

 

  • Pachmarhi, Madhya Pradesh

 

 

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In the heart of India, there resides a place so serene and magical – Pachmarhi. It attracts a huge footfall due to the picturesque waterfall, lush green flora topped up with scenic caves and delightful atmosphere. It is counted as one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in India. 

Treat yourself to a nature walk, listening to the soothing splash of water at Rajat Pratap waterfall, and catching the sunrise exclusively from Hathi Shikhar located at 1359 meters.

One must definitely go to Handi Khoh, Apsara Vihar, and Pandava and Jatashankar Caves. 

 

 

 

  • Hampi, Karnataka

 

 

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Lying amidst the ruins of a glorious past, Hampi speaks aloud with its magnificent pieces of architecture and gladdening ambience. With a perfect weather, this UNESCO World Heritage Site In India lures a large number of backpackers. No doubt, it commands a reputation of top-notch tourist destinations in India. It is home to ethereal landscape, sacred centers and other enthralling shrines and temples.

Treat yourself to the awe-inspiring view of the Tungabhadra river, the Stepped Tank, and the Hampi Bazaar. 

One must definitely go to The Islamic Quarter, The Sacred Centre, The Royal Centre, and a legion of temples.

 

 

 

  • Rishikesh, Uttarakhand

 

 

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The adventure and devotion coalesce to render Rishikesh a charm that tempts several wanderers to sought solace here. Counted as one of the adventure hubs in India, Rishikesh has just the right atmosphere to suit your thrilling spirit. One could either go about enjoying the bungee jumping or sit beside the pristine Ganga to relax one’s soul. 

Treat yourself to Bungee jump, flying fox, giant swing, Ganga Aarti, and river rafting in Rishikesh.

One must definitely go to Laxman Jhula and Ram Jhula, The Beatles Ashram, Rishikund, Vashishta Gufa, Kunjapuri Temple, and Triveni Ghat.

 

 

 

  • Wayanad, Kerala

 

 

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If you are looking forward to having a wonderful holiday, then head over to Wayanad which is located in Northern Kerala and it borders Karnataka to its west. With the captivating aura, mesmerizing escapades and invigorating tea estates, this district is perfect for the vacation around Autumn. 

Treat yourself to Mountain trekking, backpacking, wildlife refuge, nature walk, and strolling in tea estates.

One must definitely go to Chembra Peak, Kuruva Island, Pookode Lake, Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary, Edakkal Cave, Thirunelli Temple, Pakshipathalam and Banasura Hill.

 

 

 

  • Digha, West Bengal

 

 

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Replete with enticing shallow sandy beaches, Digha is one stop tourist destination for satisfying your wanderlust. It is regarded as the Brighton of the East. The riveting sea waves coupled with casuarinas plantations along the coast provide for a fascinating experience. The sunsets are supremely breathtaking here accounting for a large number of visitors. 

Treat yourself to Marine aquarium in Digha, Shankarpur, shopping in Digha. 

One must definitely go to Shiva Temple, Kapal Kundala Temple, Talsari, the Subarnarekha delta, the Mandarmani Beach, Junput, and Amarabati Park.

 

So, all the travel aficionados out there, do not forget to take a trip to these enchanting destinations. Relax your nerves and plan a vacation to come back fresh and rejuvenated! 

 

 

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