This page is dedicated to the best tourist destinations in India. Below you will find a list of popular and some not so popular Indian travel destinations. Firstly you will find each of the destinations listed individually from A - Z and then I have added links to the main category pages.. for example the best Honeymoon destinations, backpacking destinations etc.Search this site
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Listed A - Z (Follow the links for more information)
Agonda is one of the nicest Indian Beaches and consists of a beautiful and usually fairly empty stretch of white sand and a couple of wooden shacks about 8 miles from the busy Palolem beach.
The wide stretches of sand in Arambol make the perfect backdrop for a stay on the beach. The quiet village in the far North of Goa makes a very friendly and quiet retreat.
The party centre of Goa, Anjuna is also affectionately dubbed as freak capital of the world since the hippy invasion back in the 70's. The Home of sand, sun and party...
Baga beach is one of the most popular beaches in Goa, the favourite tourist destinations in India. The place consists of a beautiful beach and a quiet, flat sandy beach.
Chapora is another beach in Goa and another one of the more popular tourist destinations in India and also happens to be a great place to just relax and forget the world...
Colva and Benaulim are two fantastically quiet and chilled out beaches in Goa right n ext door to each other. Benaulim with its quiet little village and deserted beach and then Colva with its water sports, bars and parties.
Nestled deep within the foothills of the Himalayas, Darjeeling is an incredibly special Indian tourist destination, follow the link it find out exactly why!?
Delhi, the belly of the beast and the capital of this gigantic amalgamation. Delhi truly is an extraordinary place although usually not the most popular it is still definitely worth a visit!
This little slice of heaven resting on the Western coast of India is home to most of the best beaches in India and also some of the
It is said that by simply entering Gokarna all of your sins are washed away. It certainly feels a little like that as you arrive at the secluded and deserted beaches.
The landscape around Hampi, deep in the centre of the Southern state of Karnataka is like something from another planet. Truly inspirational stuff!
Filled with culture and variety, Japiur, otherwise known as 'the pink city', is a must for all those of you thinking of taking a trip to Rajasthan.
Kerala Tours are the best way to see this amazing state, from the stunning backwaters to the lush tea plantation of the Western Ghats
Relax on one of the most breathtaking tours of India possible.. A trip to the backwaters of Kerala, perhaps one of the greatest tourist destinations in India
The picturesque beaches at Kovalam offer the perfect balance of doing nothing and doing everything.
With no more than three cafes and then a huge expanse of untamed coast - if you're lucky you can walk for half an hour without seeing another soul on this stunning India beach.
Mysore is one of the sweetest cities in India with a host of markets, museums, restaurants and all the other things typical in a trip to an Indian city just without the noise, pollution and people!
One of my favorite places in India, Munnar is a hill station deep in the Kerala hills and is famous for it's expansive tea plantations
The long, crescent shaped beach at Palolem is the perfect destination for relaxing and watching time go by but finely balanced with excellent parties and happy people. Palolem is most certainly one of the most popular tourist destinations in India.
The magical atmosphere and striking sunsets at Puri beach have made this beach famous around the world. Puri is also surrounded by ancient temples making it the perfect destination for culture vultures.
Udaipur is one of the most spectacular and cultural places on the Indian circuit with both foreigners and tourists alike!
Relaxation is the name of the game at this, perhaps the most picturesque of India beach in Kerala. Relax in one of the cliff top restaurants and reflect upon a stunning sunset.
Vagator beach has go to be one of the most interesting beach in Goa with loads of weird and wonderful things going on all the time
The Waterfalls in India
A selection of some of the best waterfalls in India with fantastic photography, information on how to get there, what to do etc etc
The Finest Hill Stations India
The definitive guide to the best hill stations in India, some of the best tourist destinations in India, from the Heights of stunning Darjeeling down south to the charming surroundings of Munnar in the South.
The Best Beaches
India has perhaps some of the best beaches in the world, all of which are on this page.
I don't think that this page of the best tourist destinations in India will ever be completely finished as there are just too many, but, I am aware at the moment it is no where near comprehensive.
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This page is dedicated to the best tourist destinations in India and I have compiled a huge amount of free travel destination guides for your enjoyment. All of the best tourist destinations listed here are listed under categories so whether your looking for the best beaches, high Hill stations, white water rafting or and the best places to have a honeymoon etc, you get the idea :-)
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