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    What are the most iconic holiday destinations in India?

    India is a country rich in culture, traditions, cuisine and whatnot. The country has several beautiful destinations where tourists from around the world visit and enjoy exploring the ethnicity. From the North to South and East to West, you can find various attractive places to visit. Some have a historical presence, whereas some have beautiful sightseeing locations, some predict and showcase India's tradition, and some let you explore the country's naturals.
  • #4919
    According to me, Puri is the iconic destination of Odisha state in India. It is another district of Odisha. Car festival is the famous festival and it is held on june or july. There are many travelers have come to see the festival all over the world. It is far from 60 km from Bhubaneswar. If you have planned for visiting the holidays destination, Odisha is the best place and all the facelities available at very cheap prices.

  • #4920
    India is a famous, vast, and diverse country with many holiday destinations catering to different interests and preferences. Here are some of the most iconic holiday destinations in India:
    1) The Taj Mahal in Agra: Taj Mahal is a famous tourist spot in India and the world. This is a symbol of love.
    2) The beaches of Goa: Goa is a popular destination for beach lovers with its famous coastline, palm trees, and laid-back atmosphere. There are many beaches in Goa, each with its unique charm.
    3) The backwaters of Kerala: Kerala's backwaters are a network of lagoons, lakes, and canals that are popular tourist attractions.
    4) The hill stations of Darjeeling and Shimla: The hill stations of Darjeeling and Shimla are popular among those looking for a cooler climate and stunning mountain views. Darjeeling is known for its tea plantations, while Shimla is a colonial-era town with many historic buildings.
    5) The deserts of Rajasthan: Rajasthan is known for its vibrant culture, historic forts and palaces, and vast Thar desert. Visitors can take a camel safari and experience the desert's beauty and charm.
    6) The wildlife sanctuaries of Bandhavgarh and Ranthambore: Bandhavgarh and Ranthambore are two of India's most popular wildlife sanctuaries known for their population of Bengal tigers. Visitors can take a safari and try to spot these majestic animals in their natural habitat.
    These are just a few examples of India's many iconic holiday destinations. Depending on your interests and preferences, this beautiful country has many other places to explore and enjoy.

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  • #5022
    India is home to numerous iconic holiday destinations, each offering a unique experience. Kerala often referred to as 'God's Own Country', is one of them. With its tranquil backwaters, lush green landscapes, and rich cultural heritage, Kerala is a paradise for travelers. Whether it's the serene beaches of Kovalam, the enchanting hills of Munnar, or the historic city of Kochi, Kerala never fails to be mesmerized with its beauty and charm.

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