We all have entered the new year with a hope for great things to come around in 2021. While recipes for celebrations have always been different for everyone, traveling adds up as a topping to your activities. Holiday Destinations in India offer a bulk of thrill and experiences. Amid the Covid – 19, pandemic people are still in search of the best places to visit in India to satisfy their itching feet. We have curated a secret bucket list of the Top 9 Places To Visit In India for all the travel enthusiasts with the hope that you would love to explore beautiful places in India and enjoy your life to the fullest. 

9 Best Places To Visit In India In 2021

Be it a long trip or a short one, a simple hangout or an adventurous trip experience the best time of your life by visiting these best places in India.

#1 Triund – Himachal Pradesh

The best way to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life is to encounter nature and relax in its laps. Take an adventurous trekking trip to Triund and witness nature’s beauty. Home to scenic views, lush greens, and an awesome climate, Triund is the perfect place to enjoy trekking at its best and escape into the mighty Himalayas. It is a must-visit place and is recommended to visit at least once in a lifetime. 

Best Time To Visit: April- May

Things To Do: Visit Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, and Camping, Hiking

#2 Auroville – Puducherry

Auroville is one of the most beautiful towns in Puducherry or Pondicherry that is perfect for viewing nature and acquiring peace. Travelers from all over the world come to Auroville and find peace. The main tourist attraction in Puducherry, the former French colony in India is the Matrimandir which is a huge golden globe-like structure that is surrounded by four zones namely the cultural, industrial, residential, and peace zone. Apart from this, Auroville is protected by a green belt that serves as a barrier against urban interference. It is believed that while building this township, soil from 124 countries was brought to the ashram and was put together in an urn and mixed.

Best Time To Visit: January – February, October – March

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#3 Borra Caves – Vizag

The Borra Caves, also known as Borra Guhalu. ‘Borra’ means something that has bored into the ground and ‘guhalu’ means caves. It is located on the East Coast of India, in the Ananthagiri hills of the Araku Valley with hill ranges elevation varying from 800 m to 1,300 m of the Visakhapatnam district in Andhra Pradesh. Its home to infinite caves and stalagmites, and is one of the largest and deepest Indian caves located in the Ananthagiri Hills of Araku Valley. The cave formations are of all sizes and irregular shapes which are believed to be 150 million years old.

Best Time To Visit: October – February

Things To Do: Visit Bheemunipatnam Beach, Aruku Tribal Museum, and Katiki Waterfalls.

#4 Ladakh 

Ladakh is one of the most magical and mystical bucket list places to visit. It is regarded as a biker’s heaven, with which you can fall in love with the tranquil lakes, a magnetic stretch of the roads, and mighty mountains at their best with amazing Ladakh trips. 

Best Time To Visit: April – September 

Things To Do:  Visit Nubra Valley, Spituk Gompa Monastery, Magnetic Hill Bike Ride, and Chadar Trek in Leh.

#5 Alappuzha – Kerala

Travelers from all around the world flock to Kerala and your holiday bucket list for the New Year is so incomplete without cruising in the backwaters of Alleppey. It is popular as one of the romantic places in India, which is also one of the most serene honeymoon destinations. It is best explored in an enchanting houseboat and through customized Kerala tour packages. 

Best Time To Visit: November – February

Things To Do: Visit Vembanad Lake, Krishnapuram Palace and Pariyanampetta Pooram Festival in Palakkad

#6 Havelock Island – Andaman Island

Also known as Swaraj Dweep is the place to be for all the watersports enthusiasts as Andaman is filled with numerous scuba diving centers. The best part is that you don’t even have to know swimming to get your PADI certificate. Crescent-shaped Radhanagar Beach is a popular spot for watching the sunset. On the island’s east side, rocky sections mark long, tree-lined Vijaynagar Beach. 

Best Time To Visit: Any time of the year

Things To Do: Parasailing, swimming, Beach Festival at Corbyn’s Cove Beach

#7 Udupi – Karnataka

Famed for its basalt rock formations and also known as St. Mary’s Islands, Coconut Islands serves as a great offbeat destination for cliff diving. You cannot stay at the Coconut Islands, but this place is worth spending an afternoon at. One can stay at Malpe beach from where you can reach the island in 20 minutes at a cost of Rs. 150 per person via ferry rides.

Best Time To Visit: January

Things To Do: Birdwatching, Spot dolphins, Malpe Beach

#8 Nathula Pass – Sikkim

Nathula Pass is one destination wherein incredible India tours can turn into an international ones. This trade link between China and India is located at the height of 14,140 feet above sea level. Book yourself thrilling Sikkim tour packages and explore one of the highest passes in India accessible through a motorable road.

Best Time To Visit: May – October

Things To Do: Baba Mandir and Tsomgo Lake

#9 Udaipur – Rajasthan

The Jewel of Mewar and the Kashmir of Rajasthan, are a few titles that Udaipur is often associated with due to its awe-inspiring aura and environs. Home to infinite royal palaces, forts, and luxury resorts, you are sure to feel spoilt with luxurious Rajasthan tour packages as Udaipur is the perfect choice to indulge in a relaxing vacation amidst the natural grandeur.

Best Time To Visit: September -March

Things To Do: ShoppingWalk to Tiger Lake, Udaipur Nature Trail Hiking, boat riding, horse riding, trekking, and ropeway ride