30 Captivating Places to visit in April in India

Spring, the word itself sounds fresh and blooming. It is a season in India when

valleys glow with a bouncy radiance, the snow-clad mountains melt a little, and

bone-chilling winter bids adieu, spring is the time of the year when the juvenile wind

blows all over the coast, and the dried desert sings the welcome song. The month of

April notes the start of spring in India, and the month calls for the best tours. To

venture forth in the freshness of your country, get insights into the 30 best places to

visit in April in India.


30 Best Places in India to visit in April

Here is the list of 30 best places to visit in April in India:


1. Andaman and Nicobar Islands

The archipelago of 300 islands on the Bay of Bengal has everything to quench your thirst for

beauty and relaxation. The turquoise crystal clear water, the abundant and lush ecosystem,

terrific beaches, mixed culture, and freshness of sea is what Andaman and Nicobar Island

have to offer. One can choose to relax, imbibe oneself in a unique culture, or enjoy water

sports activities. A perfect holiday destination to take with family, friends, partner, or even


How to reach:

● Air- The Airport or Port Blair Veer Savarkar provides air connectivity from Indian

cities like Kolkata, Bangalore, and Chennai.

● Rail- The island is not traversable by railway route.

● Road- There is no road connectivity to the island.

● Waterways- There are options for the cruise which are available from Chennai,

Visakhapatnam, and Kolkata. It takes around 3 days to reach Port Blair.


Places to visit:

● Havelock Islands

● Elephant Beach

● Radhanagar Beach

● Vijayanagar Beach

● Kalapathar Beach

● Limestone Caves

● Ross Island

● Port Blair

● Chidiya Tapu

● Cellular Jail

● Long Island

● Diglipur

● Wandoor Beach


Things to do:

One can either enjoy the exotic beauty of the beaches, relax, or enjoy water sports activities

like scuba diving, snorkeling, deep-sea diving, surfing. Light and Sound show at Cellular Jail

is also another exceptional activity.


Local Food-

As a beach destination, staple food ingredients include rice, coconut,

spices, and lots of seafood. Seafood like cuttlefish, crabs, lobsters, prawns, red snapper is

very famous. Other than that various types of cuisine are available.


Places to Eat:

● Full Moon Cafe

● Bayview

● Anju Coco

● Chand Restaurant

● Barefoot Bar and Restaurant

● MandalayRestaurant

● New Lighthouse Restaurant

● Ha-O Restaurant

● Fat Martin's

● Excell Restaurant


Places to stay:

● Sinclairs Bayview

● Sea Shell, Havelock

● Sun Ray Homes

● Symphony Samudra, Port Blair

● Taj Exotica Resort and Spa

● Havelock Beach Resort

● Eco Villa Palm Beach Resort

● Sandy Waves Beach Resort


2. Rann of Kutch

A terrain of nothing but salt desert, white sands till the horizon and back. Rann of Kutch, the

largest salt desert in the world, and the most unique physical terrain of India. The photos of

the internet do not do justice to the actual beauty and uniqueness of Rann of Kutch.

Remembering Amitabh Bachchan`s statement- “Kutch Nahi Dekha Toh Kuch Nahi Dekha” is

truly what it is. India has a lot to offer when it comes to vacation and a complete India tour is

incomplete without witnessing the sky and the land merging into one in Rann of Kutch, and

the full moon turning the terrain into a mirror.

How to Reach:


● Air- Bhuj Airport is the nearest airport.

● Train- The nearest railway station is Kutch Railway station which also offers

connectivity to other cities.

● Road- All major cities of Gujarat are connected to Kutch by bus service


Places to visit in Kutch:

● Kutch Museum

● Vijaya Vilas Palace

● Mandvi Beach

● Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary

● Mundra

● Prag Mahal, Bhuj

● Aaina Mahal, Bhuj

● Dholavira: an Indus Valley Civilization site.

● Kandla Port

● Narayan Sarovar

● Anjar


Things to do in Kutch:

The most exquisite attraction is the Camel Ride or Camel Safari which is advisable to be

taken during the full moon, other than that Kutch offers beautiful handmade goods, and thus,

it is a shopping hub.


Local food

The traditional food of Kutch included Dabeli, Kachchhi Thali, Khichadi Kadhi,

Odho, Mesukh, Pakwan, Gulab Pak.


Places to Eat:

● Oshiyo Dining Lodge

● Zorba the Budha

● Jesal, Bhuj

● Annapurna Restaurant

● Noorani Mahal

● Umiyaji Dining hall

Places To Stay:

● Radisson Hotel

● Kutir Village Resort

● Rann Resort, Dholavira

● Hotel Centre Point

● Hotel Mandvi Beach Resort

● Royal Guest House

● The Fern Residency Mundra


3.Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Jaisalmer, a city where the sun sets to form a golden aura all over. The ravishing beauty of

the desert, royal Havelis, colorful markets, and the raw culture of Rajasthan offers one the

perfect holiday. Out of the shivering cold, Jaisalmer breathes fresh air in April and so it is a

highly remote time to visit the desert paradise.


How to Reach:

● Air- The nearest airport is Jodhpur Airport which is 300km away. One can take a

train, bus, or taxi to Jaisalmer from the airport.

● Road- The city of Jaisalmer is well connected to other parts of India. The Rajasthan

State Transport Corporation also provided private bus service.

● Train- There is a particular station in Jaisalmer which is connected to other parts of

India. Delhi is directly connected to the Jaisalmer railway station.


Places to Visit:

● Jaisalmer Fort: has attractions like the Jain Temples, Laxmi Nath Temple, etc.

● Havelis – Patwon Ki Haweli, Salim Singh Ki Haweli, and Nathaml Ji ki Haweli

● Gadisar Lake: Gadisar Lake was constructed in the 14th century by Maharaja Gadsi

Singh to preserve rainwater for his arid lands.

● Mandir Palace

● Bada Bagh: cenotaphs of the royal families

● Tanot Mata Temple

● Desert National Park

● Jaisalmer Government Museum

● Sand Dunes

● Jaisalmer War Museum: in the memory of all the soldiers who lost their lives in the

1965 India-Pakistan war and the 1971 Longewala battle.

● Kuldhara: the mysteriously abandoned town


Things to do in Jaisalmer-

One needs to enjoy Desert Jeep Safari, Camel Safari, folk music, cultural performances

when in Jaisalmer. Other than that people can shop for handicrafts at Manak Chowk,

Pansari Bazar, Bhatia Bazar, and Sadar Bazar.


Local Food-

The local and traditional food is the USP of the Jaisalmer tour. The Rajasthani

Laal- maas, Murge-e subz, Makhania Lassi, Gatte ki Sabzi, Mirch Bhajiya, Chana Jaisalmer

ke, Pyaqz ki kachori, Dal baati choorma, Ghotua laddoos.


Places to Eat:

● Dhanraj Ranmal Bhatia Sweets- known for their Ghotua Ladoos and Panchdhari


● Desert Boy Dhani

● Trio- located within the Mandir Palace

● Chandan Shree Restaurant for Rajasthani snacks

● Golden Roof

● Hanuman Chowk- for the street food experience

● Cafe the Kaku

● Amar Sagar Pol – Dessert Items


Places to Stay:

● Hotel Jaisalmer Palace

● Mud Mirror Guesthouse

● Mandir Palace

● Hotel Shahi Palace

● Hotel Swan Haveli

● Hotel Rang Mahal

● Jaisalmer Marriott Resort & Spa

● Hotel Jaisalkot

● The Gulaal

● Gorbandh Palace

● Sonaar Haveli


4.Auli, Uttarakhand

Auli, famous for skiing also can be enjoyed during the Springtime. Wouldn' tone love to

open their windows to orchards, oak trees, pine trees, lofty mountain ranges, and get lost in

the mountain breeze? Auli offers the freshness of mountains and numerous treks in the hills

of Garhwal Himalayas. Open your arms to Nanda Devi, Mana Parvat, and Kamat Kamet.


How to Reach:

Air- The nearest airport is Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun. Bus service is available from the

airport to Joshimath, and from there one can take a cab or cable car.

Train- The nearest railway station is Haridwar that is 266 Km from Auli. Dehradun and

Rishikesh stations are also close to Auli.

Road- The most preferred journey is the roadway. Regular bus services are available to

Joshimath from Dehradun, Rishikesh, and Haridwar, from there jeep or other cars, are

available to Auli.


Places to Visit:

● Auli Artificial Lake: one of the world's highest man-made lakes.

● Gorson Bugyal

● Auli Ropeway: to get a captivating view of the Himalayas.

● Chattarkund: sweet water lake

● Joshimath: The idol of Lord Badri is brought down from Badrinath temple to

Vasudeva temple at Joshimath during the winters.

● Trishul Peak

● Kwani Bugyal

● Narsingh Temple

● Chenab Lake


Things to do-

One can go skiing, trekking, paragliding, cable-car ride, or pilgrimage sites.

Local Food- Auli is a hill station and food options are very limited, but one must try the

authentic Garhwali cuisine that included lots of dal and vegetables. Local foods include

Kachmauli (stuffed goat with oil and spice), Singhori (a cone-shaped sweet wrapped in Malu

leaf), Bal Mithai.


Places to Eat:

● Cliff Top Club

● Hariyali Restaurant

● Roxy Restaurant

Places To Stay:

● Clifftop Club Resort

● Hotel Manik Resort

● The Royal Village Resort

● The Tattva Resort

● Blue Poppy Resort

● Dream Mountain Resort

● Kanasar Ecolodge( a homestay)

● Zostel

● The Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam.



Coorg, situated in Karnataka is known as the Scotland of India. The place offers abundant

greenery at every nook and turn. Covered with lush plantations of coffee, tea, and spices

Coorg is free of pollution and hustle. The undulating little hills, breathtaking waterfalls, the

beauty of Kaveri rivulet, and the variety of natural wines make this place a perfect gateway

specially for people living in Bangalore as well as tourists from all over the country.


How to Reach:

Air- The nearest airport is Mangalore airport 135 km away, and then Bangalore airport which

is 250 km away.

Train- The place is reachable from the nearest railway station of Mysore.

Road- Coorg is properly connected by road with all major cities of Karnataka.


Places to Visit:

● Raja’s Seat

● Abbey Falls

● Omkareshwara Temple

● Nehru Mantap

● Madikeri Fort

● Chiklihole Reservoir

● Dubare Elephant Camp

● Harangi Dam

● Kotebetta Trek

● Mallalli Falls

● Suntikoppa

● Mandalpatti


Things to do-

One can immerse in nature and do nature photography, go camping,

or trek the small hills for beautiful scenery.


Local Food-

Coorg is famous for its Kodava cuisine and its specialties are-

Kadambattu(rice ball), Pandi curry, Bamboo shoot curry, Noolputtu, Akki rotti, Koli

curry, Kuleputtu.


Places to Eat:

● Coorg Cuisine

● Taste of Coorg

● Malaya Restaurant

● Udupi the Veg

● Coffee Cup

● Zaffron by Le Coorg


Places To Stay:

● The Taj Madikeri Resort and Spa

● Ambatty Green Resorts

● The Tamara, Coor

● Sanctum Retreat

● Club Mahindra Madikeri

● WelcomHeritage Ayatana



One of the best hill stations of South India, Ooty situated in the Nilgiri Hills was earlier known

as Udagamandalam, later changed into Ooty by the British. The hill station offers terrific

views of the lofty Nilgiris, some scenic waterfalls, the Dottabeta peak, tranquil Ooty lake,

heritage British bungalows, and homemade chocolates. Ooty is known as the "Queens of

the Hill Station", and the name does justice to the place.

How to Reach:

Air- The nearest airport is Coimbatore airport.

Train- The nearest railway station is Mettupalayam.

Road- Ooty is well connected to Tamil Nadu and Karnataka by roads.


Places to Visit:

● Doddabetta Mountain Peak

● Ooty Lake

● Rose Garden

● Avalanche Lake

● Mukurthi National Park

● Emerald Lake

● Kodanadu's View Point

● St. Stephen’s Church

● Government Museum Of Ooty

● Botanical Garden

● Stone House Of Ooty

● Pykara Waterfalls


Things to Do:

In Ooty one must go for boat riding, sightseeing, trekking, visit the botanical garden and go

shopping in the Charing Cross Market, Upper Bazar Road, Tibetian Market, Main Bazar,

Ooty Lake Market.

Local food- The popular local foods to try in Ooty are Avial, fresh pastries, and bread, farm-

fresh strawberries, and tea.

Places to Eat:

● Nahar Restaurant- for South Indian Food

● Earl’s Secret

● Shinkow’s Chinese Restaurant

● Garden Restaurant

● Ooty Coffee House

● Sidewalk Cafe


Places to Stay:

● Ooty White House

● Sterling Ooty Fern Hill

● Fortune Resort Sullivan Court

● King’s Cliff

● Savoy

● Sherlock Hotel



The beautiful capital of Meghalaya, known as the 'abode of clouds' offers waterfalls, parks,

velvet hills, and wavy green covers. Home to wettest place- Mawsynram, Shillong gifts the

best tribal culture, incredible flora, clean villages, unique cafes, and trekking delights.


How to Reach:

Air- The major airport is Guwahati airport which has regular flights. Shillong Airport is also

available which is connected to Kolkata.

Train- The nearest railway station to Shillong is Guwahati Railway Station

Road- Buses and cabs are available from Guwahati to Shillong.


Places to Visit:

● Lady Hydari Park

● Shillong Peak

● Elephant Falls

● Umiam Lake

● Mawsynram

● Don Bosco Museum

● Dawki

● Spread Eagle Falls

● Golf Course

● Nohkalikai falls


Things to Do-

The top things to do are Sightseeing, Photography, Adventure sports, etc.


Local Foods-

The local delicacies are Momos, Tukpa, Jadoh, Pukhlein, Chowmein,



Places to Eat:

● Cafe Shillong

● Dejavu

● Police Bazar

● Dylan’s Cafe

● Lamee Restaurant

● Qzine

● Trattoria


Places To Stay:

● Ri Kyanjai Serenity

● The Habitat, Shillong

● Hotel Woodland Hill Stay

● Hotel Centre Point

● Umiam Lake Boathouse

● Riverside Resort




The hill station of West Bengal which neighbors the magnificent Kunchenjanga offers its

tourists rolling, undulating hills, snowclad mountain caps, velvet tea estates, nameless wild

waterfalls, and the raw Tibetan culture. Darjeeling is one of the famous hill stations of the

Sivalik Range of the Himalayas, which shines with the golden rays of the sun and rests in

the lap of sleeping, Buddha.

How to Reach:

Air- Nearest airport to Darjeeling is Bagdogra, and a cab is available from there.

Train- Nearest railway station is Siliguri Junction.

Road- Darjeeling is accessible from Siliguri town which is well connected from other parts of



Places to Visit:

● Batasia Loop

● Ghum Monastery

● Tiger Hill

● Himalayan Mountaineering Institute

● Nightingale Park

● Sakya Monastery

● Darjeeling Rock Garden

● Darjeeling Observatory Hill

● Peace Pagoda


Things to Do

In Darjeeling, one must enjoy the Toy-train ride, Ropeway ride, visit different tea

estates, sightseeing.


Local Food-

When in Darjeeling, the local tea is a must along with Thupka, Traditional

Nepali Thali, Naga cuisines, Sael Rotis, Momos, Shapalay.


Places to Eat:

● Kunga Restaurant

● Gatty’s Cafe

● Nanking Restaurant

● Keventers

● Glenary’s Restaurant

● Sonam’s Kitchen

● Nathmull Tea

● Hotel Lunar


Places to Stay:

● Sinclairs Darjeeling

● Ramada by Wyndham Darjeeling

● Shangri-La Regency

● Elgin Darjeeling

● Summit Hermon Hotel and Spa



India is blessed with pristine beaches, the peninsula part of India has a long coastline with

beautiful seashores and beach destination. One of them is Alleppey, with its moist white

sand beaches, this is renowned as the best honeymoon beach destination. Situated in

God's Own Country, Alleppey does not only has cool beach life, but it also offers tranquil

boat rides, which leaves the best natural solitude.


How to Reach

Air- The nearest airport is Cochin airport, and it is accessible from all over the nation.

Train- The nearest railway station is Alleppey or Alappuzha Railways which is connected to

other cities like Trivandrum, Cochin, Vellore, Coimbatore, Delhi, and Mumbai. Cab and bus

service is available from the railway station.

Road- Alleppey is well connected to other parts of Kerala by roads, private buses are also



Places to Visit:

● Alleppey Lighthouse

● The Palace of Krishnapuram constructed by Maharaja Marthanda Varma in the 18th

Century in traditional Keralite Style architecture and Mangalorean roofs. The Palace

has valuable artifacts, sculptures, mural paintings, etc. Most famous among them is

the 11 feet long Gajendra mural

● Pozhiyoram Beach

● Ambalapuzha Temple

● Marari beach

● Karumadikuttan Statue

● Revi Karunakaran museum


Things to Do:

In Alleppey, one can have fun at the backwaters, pamper oneself with a natural spa, witness

a beautiful sunset, shop at floating Triveni, visit elephant training camp.


Local Food:

The best thing Alleppey has to offer you is the local cuisine, dishes like Malabar Biryani,

Fried shrimp, Idiyappam, Puttu, and Kadala Curry, Shappu Meen Curry, Semiya Payasam(a

sweet dish), Pulissery, Pala Appam (made of banana). Do not miss the opportunity of trying

the authentic Kerala Sadya- served on a banana leaf comprising of red rice, sambhar,

jaggery, banana chips, pickles, curd, papad, and coconut chutney are amazing.


Places to Eat:

● Harbour Restaurant

● Chakara

● Thaff Delicacy,

● Cafe Catamaran

● Halais Restaurant

● Cassia Restaurant


Places to Stay:

● Traditional houseboat

● Treebo Tryst Palmyra

● Oxygen Resort

● Lake Palace Resort

● Deshadan Backwater Resort

● Lemon Tree Vembanad Lake Resort

● Kalappura Homestay

● Zostel Alleppey

● Emerald Isle

● Pamba Heritage Villa

● Marari Beach Resort



Nainital is a destination where nature meets humans and the horizon offers the best holiday.

The lake destination of India surrounded by hills all the side offer such scenic beauty that it is

irresistible. Spring is the best season to visit Nainital, the migratory birds still offer delightful

scenery in the famous Nainital Lake, the fresh cool breeze of the mountains enriches the

heart and the markets are filled with souvenirs. The famous delicacy of Mall Road is nothing

less than Chandi Chowk`s food, cable car rides in Nainital are renowned as it gives

spectacular views Himalayas. To sum it all, Nanital is calling all the tourists who are planning

a trip in April.


How to Reach:

Air- The nearest airport is Pantnagar Airport.

Train- Kathgodam is the nearest railway station.

Road- Nainital is perfectly connected with roads, and the most preferred route is Delhi.


Places to Visit:

● Nainital Lake

● Snow View

● Tiffin Top

● Mall Road

● Cave Garden

● Naini Peak

● Kilbury Road

● Khurpa Tal

● Thandi Sadak

● St. John`s in the Wilderness Church


Things to Do

When in Nainital, one must visit temples, sightseeing, boating, and cable car riding.

Local Food- Baadi, Ras, Bhatt ki Churkani, Bal Mitha, Gulgula, and other dishes like

Momos, Thukpa, etc.


Places to Eat:

● Sakley’s Restaurant

● Machan

● GIannis

● Boat House Club

● Sonam’s Momos

● Embassy Restaurant

● Capri Restaurant

● Nanak’s Restaurant

● Chandni Chowk

● Kumaon Restaurant

● Sher-E-Punjab

● Shiva

● Mouchak

● Udupiwala

● Café Chica

● Purohit

● Dhaba By Royal Kitchen

● Cafe De Mall

● Panorama

● Anupam

● Lucknow Restaurant


Places To Stay:

● The Manu Maharani

● Shervani Hilltop Resort

● Ayar Jungle Lodges

● The Lake Resort



Goa, the all-time favorite beach destination of all Indians. Goa the party-capital of India is all

about pristine beaches, from secluded to party-hub, lofty easter ghats, Portuguese colonies,

shacks, cocktails, and fun. From Dil Chahta Hain to Love You Zindagi, Bollywood has

always chosen Goa as their favorite shoot destination as well. The famous churches, forts,

and the historic significance of Portuguese civilization make it the best holiday destination.

Goa is flooded with foreign tourists all over the year. Go solo, or with friends, Goa is never

boring and it is not a one time trip.


How to Reach

Air- Dabolim Airport

Train- The two major railway stations are Madgaon and Thivim.

Road- Intra-city and inter-city bus services are properly available in Goa.


Places to Visit

● Famous beaches like Anjuna, Calangute, Ashwem, Baga, Vagator, Miramar, Morjim,

Palolem, Candolim.

● Basilica of Bom Jesus

● Dudhsagar Falls

● Aguada Fort

● Chapora Fort

● Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary

● Church of St. Francis of Assissi


Things to Do:

The numerous beaches allow different water sports activities like parasailing, jet-skiing,

water skiing, windsurfing, scuba diving, banana boat ride, dolphin spotting, snorkeling.


Local Food:

Goa is heaven for seafood lovers, the variety of seafood and its live dish preparation on the

the beach attracts tourists all around the country Goan Fish curry, Goan Prawns, Pork Vindaloo,

Fish Recheado, Chicken Xacuti, Rava Fried Fish, Butter Garlic Squid, Masala Kalamari.


Places to Eat:

● Chulha

● Spice Goa

● Pousada by the Beach

● Vinayak Family Restaurant

● Ourem 88

● The Fisherman’s Wharf

● Barbeque Bay

● The Black Sheep Bistro


Places to Stay:

● Lotus Beach Resort

● La Quinta Goa

● Surya Kiran Heritage Hotel

● Santana Beach Resort

● The Postcard Velha.



India does not only have beautiful beaches, breathtaking mountains, or unique desserts, but

it also has the holy abode to offer its tourists the pinch of spirituality. The famous city of

Varanasi, which welcomes thousands of tourists every year with spiritual bells ringing at

every corner of the city. The different ghats have different stories to tell, it is like walking in

the pre-historic era with a sense of holiness. Varanasi is not only for those who wish to attain

spirituality, the architecture, history, serenity of Ganges, and omnipresent charm attracts



How to Reach

Air- Varanasi has its own airport which is connected with the major cities of India.

Train- Varanasi Junction.

Road- Bus service in Varanasi connects it to major cities in Uttar Pradesh.


Places to Visit:

● Shri Kashi Vishwanath temple,

● Dashashwamedh Ghat

● Manikarnika Ghat

● Ramnagar Fort

● Banaras Hindu University

● Bharat Kala Bhavan Museu

● Tulsi Manas Temple

● Sarnath


Things to Do:

Attain spirituality at the Ganga arati in different ghats, and visit the weaving village

where Benarasi Saree is made.


Local Food: T

he local delicacy of Varanasi are Tamatar chat, Aloo Tikki, Baati Chokha,

Choora Matar, Paan, Maliyyo, Kachori Sabzi, Banarasi Kalakand, Rabri Jalebi.


Places to Eat:

● Kashi Chaat Bhandar

● Pizzeria Vatika

● Chacha ki Kachori

● Rooftop Restaurant

● Blue Lassi Shop

● Aum Cafe


Places to Stay:

● Ramada Plaza

● Brij Rama Palace

● Ganpati Guest House

● Ganges Grand

● Nadesar Palace

● Tree of Life Resort & Spa



The UNESCO granted World Heritage Site and living embodiment of the Vijaynagar Empire,

Hampi is a city of Ruins. It has both historical and hippie culture, where you will find a

different taste of enjoyment. The city of ruins shines like gold during the dusk hour when the

sun touches the ruins, and that`s a view worth admiring. Enjoy the raw indigenous culture

and get lost in the stories of the wanderer.


How to Reach

Air- The closest airport is Hubli Airport, whereas the closes international airport is Bengaluru


Train- Hospet Junction is the closest Railway Station.

Road- Hampi is accessible by bus service from major cities of Karnataka.


Places to Visit:

● Virupaksha Temple

● Vijaya Vittala Temple

● Hanuman Temple

● Hemakuta Hill Temple Complex

● Sasivekalu Ganesha Temple

● Achyutraya Temple

● Tungabhadra Dam

● Lakshmi Narasimha Temple

● Queen’s Bath

● Daroji Bear Sanctuary

● Archaeological Museum

● Hampi Bazaar

● Matanga Hill


Things to Do:

Visit temples and ruins, boulder-climbing, visit hippie island, watch the sunset over Matanga

Hill, cliff jumping to swim, ride bikes to stroll around the paddy fields.


Local Food-

The traditional North Karnataka food is available here like Roti/Bhakri, Badane

Kaayi, Shenga/ Ellu chutney, Bele Kaalu, Saaru, Mosarubajji, Happala, Benne Tuppa.


Places to Eat:

● Sri Venkateshwara Restaurant

● Ravi’s Rose

● Nargila Restaurant

● Mango Tree Restaurant

● Laughing Buddha Cafe


Places To Stay:

● Evolve Back

● Murali’s Home Stay

● Gopi Plantation Home Stay

● Heritage Resort Hampi.



Abode of Buddhist culture, beautiful lakes, and high terrain. Gangtok the capital of Sikkim is

a happening yet scenic place that attracts tourists from every citizen. In April, Gangtok is

neither chilly nor humid, the freshness of Mountain Kunchenjanga, newly bloomed flowers of

the valley and the waterfalls running from the wilderness will encapsulate a visitor's heart for



How to Reach

Air- The nearest airports are Bagdogra and Pakyong.

Train- The nearest railway station is New Jalpaiguri from where one can avail buses or cabs.

Road- Gangtok is connected to Siliguri, Darjeeling, and Kalimpong by road.


Places to Visit:

● Nathu La pass

● Rumtek Monastery

● Namgyal Institute Of Buddhism: considered to be the largest institute in India for Buddhism studies.

● Hanuman Tok

● Tsomgo Lake

● Kanchenjunga

● Himalayan Zoological Park,

● Kabi Town


Local Food-

Thukpa, Momos, Fale, Gundruk, Churpi Soup, Thenthuk.


Places to Eat:

● Shuffle Momos

● Taste of Tibet

● The Coffee Shop

● Nimtho

● Thakali

● Mu Kimchi

● The Dragon Wok


Where To Stay:

● WelcomHeritage

● Denzong Regency

● Mayfair, Sterling

● Orange Villa Resort

● Summit Norling Resort & Spa.



The summer retreat of British, and named after the then British Governor-General.

Dalhousie situated in the Chamba district of Himalaya has every bit of beauty like Shimla

and Manali but it remains crowded. Straight from the stories of Ruskin Bond, it is a town

where people can escape from reality and get lost in the mesmerizing beauty of the Himalayas.


How to Reach

Air- Gaggal airport is the nearest airport.

Train- Pathankot railway station is the nearest and it is connected with the major cities like

Delhi, Jaipur, Bhatinda, Jammu.

Road- Regular bus services are available under Himachal Road Transport Corporation

(HPTC) and Haryana Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) to nearby cities.


Places to Visit:

● Khajjiar

● Satdhara Falls

● Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary

● Panchpula

● St. John’s Church

● Bakrota Hills

● Rock Garden

● Dainkund Peak

● Laxmi Narayan Temple

● Chamba

● Sach Pass: connects Chamba and Pangi valleys.

● Chamba Lake

● Subhash Baoli

● Ganji Pahari


Things to Do-

Tourists can enjoy river rafting and crossing and shop at Gandhi Chowk or

the Tibetan Market.


Local Food-

Dalhousie has the availability of all types of cuisine like Indian, Mughlai,

Chinese, Italian, South Indian.


Places to Eat:

● Cafe Dalhousie

● Moti Mahal

● Kwality Restaurant

● Friends Sher e Punjab

● Manmahesh Rasoi


Places to Stay:

● Hotel Mount View

● J K Clarks Exotica

● Grand View Hotel

● Alps Resort

● Snow Valley Resorts.



Tourists run to Himachal and Uttarakhand to fulfill their mountain needs, but the north-east

remains unexplored, and that is why it still goes hand in hand with nature. Twang, a hilly

terrain located 10,000 feet above mean sea level, is one of the most beautiful places in the

northeast. With its dotting monasteries, waterfalls, narrow roads, greenery, and the raw

simplicity of Monpa Tribe, Tawang is tuck inside natures’ lap. Visit this beautiful destination

of Arunachal Pradesh and become a part of the tribe.


How to Reach:

Air- The nearest airport is Salonibari Airport in Tezpur which is roughly six hours drive away.

Train- Travelling to Twang by train is not recommended, since there is no railway station

except the one in Tezpur- Rangapara Railway Station

Road- Due to less connectivity in both airways and railways, bus connectivity has flourished,

and one can avail of buses from Guwahati, Tezpur, Silchar. Private cars and taxis are also



Places to Visit:

● Sela Pass

● Tawang Monastery

● Madhuri Lake

● Nuranang Falls

● Tawang War Memorial

● Gorichen Peak

● P.T Tso Lake

● Kameng River


Local Food-

Momos and Thukpa are regional favorites, then there is hot and chili

Monpa thali and other local dishes like Zan, Khura, Gyapa, and Khazi.


Things to Do-

Visit Tawang and rejuvenate with your inner soul at a meditation camp in

Taktsang Gompa, go hiking in Gorichen peak, shop at Tibetan settlement market.


Places to Eat:

● The Dragon

● Orange Restaurant & Lounge Bar

● Dharma Coffee House

● Sno-Yak Restaurant

● Woodland Restaurant

● Tawang Food Court

● Greenwood Restaurant

● Taste of Tawang

● Cafe Nirvana

● Zomsa Restaurant


Where to Stay:

● Hotel Tawang Heights

● Bliss Home Stay

● Dondrub Homestay

● Come Inn Homestay

● The Oak Tawang

● Zambhala Hotel

● Hotel Mon Paradise



One of the most important hill stations, Manali was once known as the end of the habitable

world Nestled beside the bank of river Beas, Manali has that chili vibe that attracts mainly

youth around the nation. Apart from the breathtaking views, Manali is the hub for adrenaline

activities like skiing, hiking, paragliding, rafting, trekking, and mountain biking. A perfect

place to rest your soul and come back with a bunch of souvenirs, Manali calls one and all this



How to Reach:

Air- The nearest airport is Bhuntar which is a domestic airport and connects Delhi and


Train- The nearest railway station is Jogindernagar Railway, Chandigarh and Ambala

Railway stations is also reachable from Manali.

Road- Well connected roads are available from Manali to Delhi, Chandigarh, Dehradun, and

Ambala. Private buses are also available.


Places to Visit:

● Hadimba Temple

● Solang Valley

● Jogini Waterfalls

● The Manali Gompa

● Bhrigu Lake

● Hampta Pass

● Van Vihar

● Vashisht Hot Spring and Temple

● Kothi

● Great Himalayan National Park

● Old Manali

● Rohtang Pass


Things to Do-

Paragliding, riverside camping, and rafting visit mall road, trekking ag

Bhrigu Lake, skiing at Solang valley, ropeway ride at Solang valley, hike to Beas

Kund, hampta pass trek, Chandra Tal lake trek.


Local Food-

The local delicacies include Dham, River Trout, Kadhi Chawal, Babru,

Patande, Tudkiya Bhat.


Places to Eat:

● G.O.A.T

● IL Forno

● Drifters' Inn

● Chopsticks Restaurant

● Renaissance

● The Corner House

● The Poet Cafe


Where to Stay:

● The Himalayan

● Himalayan Height Manali

● Orchards House

● Sterling Manali

● Snow Valley Resorts

● Alokik Resorts

● The Culture Nation Hostel

● Dhungri Huts



One of the wettest places in Meghalaya, Cherrapunji receives rain throughout the year. It is

known as the land of oranges and protected by the Khasi Hills. Famous for its Living Root

Bridge, this place will quench your thirst for the clouds and rain. Cherrapunji is also a perfect

place for trekking and enjoying an adventurous holiday. The beauty of the place is very less

to what words can describe, so this April includes Cherrapunji into the plan and floods your

Instagram with photos of the seven sister falls.


How to Reach:

Air- The closest airport is Guwahati Airport

Train- Guwahati Railway station is the closest railhead which is 181 km away.

Road- Government-run or private buses are available from Guwahati Railway station, private

taxi and Sumo are also available to connect you to Cherrapunji.


Places to Visit

● Nohkalikai Falls

● Double Decker Living Root Bridge

● Mawsynram village

● Seven Sister Falls

● Mawsmai Cave

● Dawki

● Mawkdok Dympep Valley

● Thangkharang Park

● Kynrem Falls

● Krem Mawmluh


Things to Do-

Boating at Dawki, Caving, Ziplining at Mawdok, River Canyoning, walking over

living root bridge.


Local Food-

Pork Momos, Pork Rice, Rice Beer, Sohra Pulao.


Places to Eat:

● Orange Roots

● Halari

● 7 Sisters Falls View Inn

● Rain Cafe

● Dine-In

Where to Stay:

● Abode of Cloud Resort

● Cherrapunjee Holiday Resort

● Polo Orchid Resort Cherrapunjee

● Cafe Cherrapunjee

● Jiva Resort Cherrapunji

● Saimika Resort



Popularly known as the Queen of The Hills, surrounded by the Himachal Range of the

The Himalayas, with sights of terrific mountain peaks and calm roads, Mussoorie is a famous

tourist spot, especially for newlyweds. Mussoorie is also home to numerous trekking sites,

thus it quenches the adrenaline thirst as well. These places got India& the best cable-car ride

experience with dotting mountains everywhere you see. The waterfalls in Mussoorie are a true

emblem of nature rhythmic pattern, the mall road offers the best food joints, Landour Bazar is

full of shopping items, and the ambiance overall has the potential to make you forget the



How to Reach:

Air- The nearest airport is Jolly Grant Airport situated 60 km away from Mussoorie.

Train- Dehradun Railway Station is the nearest railway station located 36 km away.

Road- Buses are available from the ISBT Kashmiri Gate Delhi, and it takes 8-9 hours to

reach Mussoorie.


Places to Visit:

● Kempty Falls

● Gun Hill

● Sir George Everest House

● Mall Road

● Mussoorie Lake

● Jharipani Fall

● Bhatta Falls

● Clouds End

● Jwala Devi Temple

● Company Garden


Things to Do-

Trek at Hathipaon, ropeway ride at the gun hill, paragliding, white water river



Local Food-

Traditional delicacies are pork and chicken momos, kebabs, chaats, and

fresh bakery items.


Places to Eat:

● Wisteria Deck

● Kalsang

● Cafe Garage

● Urban Turban Bistro

● The Tavern Restaurant

● Landour Bakehouse


Where to Stay:

● Savoy

● Hotel WildWood

● Rokeby Manor

● Hotel Mall Palace

● Hotel Vishnu Palace



The best reason to be at Shimla during spring is to watch the town bloom. With the pleasant

weather and Rhododendron flowers, Shimla looks like a bride. The Victorian Architecture is

the most unique sight you will only find in Shimla. Located along the top of the ridge, Shimla

is traffic-free and so hustle free. Mountain views will never leave your side when in Shimla, at

every nook of the town the beautiful mountains play sneak peek with its tourists. Shimla

offers the perfect mixture of indigenous and western culture, and the local handicrafts at the

famous markets are perfect for collecting souvenirs.


How to Reach:

Air- The closest airport is Jubbarhatti Airport, just 20kms away.

Train- The nearest railway station is 96km away and it is the Kalka Railway Station.

Road- Shimla is well connected with Delhi via NH1 and NH22.


Places to Visit:

● Mall Road

● Viceregal Lodge and Botanical Garden

● The Ridge

● Jakhu Hill

● Scandal Point

● Chadwick Falls

● Himalayan Bird Park

● Prospect Hill


Things to Do-

Camping, Trekking, Shopping at the Mall Road, River Rafting, Toy Train

Ride, Paragliding, Skating at the Ice Skating Rink.


Local Food-

The traditional delicacies in Shimla are Madra, Dhaam, Sidu, Thukpa, Babru,

Chha Gosht, Chicken Anardana.


Places to Eat:

● Himachali Rasoi

● Cafe Shimla Times

● Cecil Restaurant

● Cafe Under Tree

● Cafe Sol

● Hideout Cafe

● The Brew Estate


Where to Stay:

● Best Nest

● Snow Valley Resort

● The Oberoi Cecil

● Buransh

● Hotel Snow Lotus

● Shimla British Resort



Kodaikanal, the unique hill station of South India, situated in the state of Tamil Nadu,

Kodaikanal is often known as the Princess of Hills." Kodaikanal has a raw exotic charm of its

own, with soft hilly slopes, wild waterfalls, green covers till your eyes meet the horizon,

mesmerizing valleys, and rivers meandering, Kodaikanal is worth visiting, especially when

you are in South India. In April, this place breathes the freshness of Spring and unlike other

parts of South India, summer does not knock here early.


How to Reach:

Air- The nearest airport is Madurai 120 Kms away.

Train- The nearest railhead is Kodai which is 80 km away.

Road- The hill station is well connected to major cities like Madurai, Trichy, and Coimbatore

by roads.


Places to Visit:

● Kodaikanal Lake

● Coaker Walk

● Berijam Lake

● Pine Forest

● Pillar Rocks

● Mannavanur Lake

● Poombarai Village View

● Bryant Park

● Lake View Point

● Silent Valley View

● Bear Shola Falls

● Vattakanal Falls


Things to Do-

Stroll in the Coaker walk, boating in Kodaikanal lake, exploring the haunted

guna cave, biking, night safari.


Local Food-

Thukpa and momos, organic foods, chocolates, rice dishes, rasam, dosa,

upma, Pongal, putu mayam, madras curry.


Places to Eat:

● Cloud Street

● Nias Garden

● Man Manam Restaurant

● Altaf Cafe

● Muncheez

● Tibetan Brothers


Where to Stay:

● Kodai Resort Hotel

● Zostel

● Cloud walks Homestay

● Sterling Kodai Lake

● Marshall Homestay

● Country Club Valley Vista

● Tripps Kodaikanal Backpacker Hostel

● The Tamari Kodai



Kashmir is referred to as  Heaven on the Earth and it is justified. Nature has given all its love

to Kashmir, the wide and beautiful valleys, crystal clear water of the streams, high rise

mountains, silver lakes, and the snow-capped Annapurna range. Words do not suffice the

beauty Kashmir holds. The landscape is so picture-perfect, it feels that you are watching

some calendar photos or movie reels, the charming lakes, tulip gardens, houseboats,

gondolas are all the beautiful elements one would be mesmerized with. Kashmir as it may

feel, the hub of fear is completely opposite when visited. The locals are the warmest people

and they love to tag along in your journey of the valley.


How to Reach:

Air- The closest airport is Srinagar Airport just 15km away.

Train- The closest railway station is Jammu Tawi which is 330 km away.

Road- Network of private and government buses connect Kashmir to various cities.


Places to Visit:

● Dal Lake

● Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden

● Sonmarg

● Gulmarg

● Nubra Valley

● Apharwat Peak

● Amarnath Cave

● Aru Valley


Things to Do-

Shikara ride, houseboat stay, Cable car ride, pony ride, river rafting,

paragliding, trekking, skiing, and snowboarding.


Local Food-

Food in Kashmir are mouth-watering, delicacies like mutton rogan josh, yogurt

lamb curry, paneer Chaman, Kashmiri saag, khatte baingan, Kashmiri dum aloo, mutton ribs

in Kashmiri style, Haak, and roo yakhni, Kashmiri rajma.


Places to Eat:

● Lhasa

● Stream Restaurant

● Wazwan Restaurant

● Mughal Darbar

● Imperial Grill

● Dana Pani

● Khana Khazana

● Ahdoos Restaurant


Where to Stay:

● Hotel Royal Stay

● The Grand Kaisar

● Impex Hill Resorts

● Wilsons Hotel

● Fortune Resort Heaven

● Floating Heritage Group



Imagine you are in a city with vibrant chaos, distinctive blue buildings, an old city found in

1459 with eight magnificent gates, buzzing alleys of different artifacts, and standing tall the

majestic Havelis. These all sound so royal, and so it is the city of Jodhpur. Guarded within

the massive city walls, living with vibrant merchants and city dwellers amidst the majestic

Mehrangarh fort. Jodhpur calls for a royal trip within the parched desert. 78th WA


How to Reach:

Air- Jodhpur has a domestic airport located just 5 km away from the city center.

Train- Jodhpur also has its own railway station which is properly connected to the metro


Road- Jodhpur is properly connected to the national capital via Jodhpur Highway.


Places to Visit:

● Mehrangarh Fort

● Jaswant Thada

● Toorji ka Jhalra

● Rai Jodha Desert Rock Park

● Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum

● Kaylana Lake

● Balsamand Lake


Things to Do-

Desert Safari, flying fox, street food tour, bird watching at Gudha lake,

camel safari, paragliding.


Local Food-

Bajre ki Khichdi, Kalakand, Dal-Bati Churma, Mawa ki Kachori, Ghewar, Mirchi

Bada, Makhaniya Lassi, Pyaz ki Kachori, Doodh Laddoo.


Places to Eat:

● Gypsy Dining Hall

● Indigo Restaurant

● Kesar Heritage Restaurant

● Kim Mohan's Restaurant and Cafe

● Kalinga Restaurant

● Risala


Where to Stay

● Jodhpur Heritage Haveli

● The Ummed Jodhpur Palace

● Rani Mahal Old Heritage

● Shree Mohan Villas

● The Almond Tree

● Raas

● Taj Hari Mahal

● Casa De Jodhpur



Rishikesh proudly beholds not just spirituality but adrenaline rush, tranquility, and art.

Located in the foothills of Himalaya, by the holy river the Ganges the city purifies the toxicity

mundane city life fills our body with. One can rejuvenate in a healthy yoga session, or hit

the roads for exciting adventure sports. Rishikesh has many breathtaking places but its

beauty lies in the nameless unexplored roads which serve as the path to inner salvation.

There is always something very enchanting about the river Ganges, so plan your next trip to

Rishikesh. Quench your adrenaline thirst and attain spirituality on the banks of the river Ganges.


How to Reach:

Air- The nearest airport is Jolly Grant Airport located in Dehradun, just 35 km away from


Train- The nearest railway station is Haridwar approximately 25km away.

Road- Rishikesh is well connected to major places in Uttarakhand and Northern India.

Luxury and normal buses are available from Delhi and Meerut.


Places to Visit:

● Triveni Ghat

● The Beatles Ashram

● Lakshman Jhula

● Kunjapuri Devi Temple

● Sivananda Ashram

● Vashishta Gufa

● Ram Jhula


Things to Do-

River rafting, flying fox, cliff jumping, bungee jumping, hot air ballooning, kayaking, giant swing.


Local Food-

samosa, sweets, aloo puri, chole bhature, Pani puri, masala chai, lassi.


Places to Eat:

● Tulsi Restaurant

● Ayurpak Restaurant

● Bistro Nirvana

● Little Buddha Cafe

● Cafe Power of Thoughts

● Ramana Organic Cafe


Where to Stay:

● Aloha on the Ganges

● The Narayana Palace

● Swiss Cottage and Spa

● The Palms Resort

● Soul Heaven

● Ganga Kinare



Located at a height of 5,200 feet, Munnar is a hill station in the Idukki district of Kerala. The

town is famous for its tea estates and it is flooded all the year by tourists for their honeymoon

trips, family vacations, trekking, and for the love of art. The hill station is cool all round the

year, and in spring specially offers pleasant weather. Munnar has it all, from clouds roaming

around you to waterfalls, from valleys to lakes. Nature has taken over Munnar, and the town

has a magnificent panorama.


How to Reach:

Air- The nearest airport to Munnar is Cochin which is 110 km away.

Train- The nearest railway station to Munnar is Aluva

Road- Regular buses are available from Coimbatore, Kozhikode, Cochin, Wayanad and



Places to Visit:

● Eravikulam National Park

● Anamudi

● Mattupetty Dam

● Pothamedu View Point

● Tea Museum

● Attukad Waterfalls

● The Blossom International Park


Things to Do –

Camping at the top station, staying in a treehouse, shikara ride in the

Kundala lake, a safari in Eravikulam National Park, Mountain Biking, Hiking to Anamudi Peak

Rock Climbing.


Local Food-

Idiyappam with Egg curry, Puttu and Kandala curry, Appam with stew, Kerala

Prawn curry, Spicy chicken fry, Kairali Thali, Kerala style beef fry.


Places to Eat:

● Rapsy Restaurant

● Hotel Sri Nivas

● Saravana Bhavan

● Al Buhari Restaurant

● Hotel Sangeetha


Where to Stay:

● Tea County Munnar

● Karunya homestays and rooms

● Joys resort

● Deep woods resort Munnar

● Casa Del Fauno

● Sevenmallay Bunglow


Kaziranga Tiger Reserve is the rare national park because it has the highest density of

reserved tigers and high chances to spot rhinoceros, elephants, water buffaloes, and swamp

deers. Best jeep jungle safari or Elephant safari is available for the tourists to step further

into the jungle. Kaziranga also has 478 species of bird. So, this april treat your eyes with

India's unique faunas.

How to Reach:

Air- The closest airport is Rowriah Airport in Jorhat 96km away.

Train- The nearest railway stations to Kaziranga National Park are Helem, Jorhat, Furkating,


Road- Kaziranga National Park is connected properly to cities like Aliba, Golaghat,

Dibrugarh, and Silchar.

Places to Visit:

● Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary

● Orang National Park

● Addabarie Tea Estate

● Pobitora National Park

Things to Do- Enjoy elephant safari, jeep safari, bird watching, bathe in Kakochang


Local Food- Duck meat curry, masor tenga, aloo pitika, pigeon meat curry, chicken with

bamboo shoot.

Places to Eat:

● Jungleciti`s Restaurant

● Resort Borgos

● Kholong Restaurant

● Hornbill Kaziranga

● Maihang Restaurant

Where to Stay:


● Diphlu River Lodge

● Landmark Woods

● The green village resort

● La Vue Resort


Jaipur is one of the top destinations of India. It is the land of Rajputs and Maharajas and the

city is engulfed with past heritages and tales of bravery. The city is perfect for history

enthusiasts and it attracts tourists from all over the world for the richness of its historical

forts, palaces, and architecture. Jaipur is the largest city of Rajasthan and famously known

as the Pink City. Every alley is a living embodiment of fine art and classic past, and so Jaipur

remains one of the best holiday destinations especially in the month of April when scorching

summer heat does not interrupt the tourists.

How to Reach:

Air- The nearest airport to Jaipur is 10 kms away and it is called Sanganer airport.

Train- Jaipur has its own railway station, other than that Gandhinagar and Durgapara railway

stations are also close.

Road- There are buses which link Jaipur to various cities like Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Delhi,


Places to Visit:

● Amber Palace

● Hawa Mahal

● City Palace

● Jantar Mantar

● Jal Mahal

● Nahargarh Fort

● Jaigarh Fort

● Albert Hall Museum

Things to Do- Nahargarh Fort Cycling, Village Jeep Safari, Hot Air Balloon ride.

Loca Food- Rajasthani Thali, Laal Maans, Lassi, Dal Baluchi, Pyaz Kachori, Hibiscus Ice

Tea, Palak Paneer and Missi Roti.

Places to Eat:

● Cinnamon

● Rajput Room

● Suvarna Mahal

● Kalyan Rooftop and Indoor Restaurant

● Peacock Restaurant

● Govindam Retreat


Where to Stay:

● Blue Beds Jaipur

● Umaid Bhawan Hotel

● Pearl Palace

● Pearl Palace Heritage

● Golden Tulip Jaipur

● Hotel Sarang Palace


Varkala has every element to substitute Goa on top; it is unknown to many travellers thus,

offering less crowd and more serenity. It is a beach town in Kerala which is located on top of

a cliff and overlooks the vast Arabian Sea. It has the perfect relaxing vibe, get down on the

beach, take a dip in the sea, have a sip of your drink and relax in a crowd free beach

surrounded by cliffs, this already gives the best chiling vacation goals. So this April, take a

detour and visit the cliff beach of Varkala.


How to Reach:

Air- The nearest airport is Thiruvananthapuram located km away.

Train- Varkala lies within the train network of Thiruvananthapuram to Ernakulam, but all the

trains do not stop there. The major railhead is Thiruvananthapuram.

Road- KSRTC buses are available from Thiruvananthapuram.

Places to Visit:

● Varkala Beach

● Edava Beach

● Thiruvambadi Beach

● Anjengo Fort

● Janardhanaswamy Temple

● Varkala Cliff

● Varkala Lighthouse

Things to Do- Enjoy different water sports, explore wildlife ponnumthuruthu island,

visit varkala aquarium, rejuvenate with yoga.

Places to Eat:

● ABBA Restaurant and Everest German Bakery

● Darjeeling Cafe Varkala

● Cafe del Mar Varkala

● Seasun Cafe

● True Thomas


Where to Stay:

● Zostel

● Clafouti Beach Resort

● Cliff House

● Piggy Hostel Varkala

● Cliff & Coral

● Miracle by the Bay Varkala

Ziro Valley

If there is something called picturesque paradise, it is Ziro Valley. There is so much

undiscovered in the Northeast of India, and one of them is Ziro Valley of Arunachal Pradesh.

The town is regarded as a World Heritage Site for its unending greenery. The valley offers

rolling paddy fields, wildlife sanctuary, pine cladded forests. Ziro Valley has an hyponic

charm which calls for hippie souls. It enthralls the visitors with vibrant flora, charming town,

rich culture, music, and tribes.

How to Reach:

Air- The nearest airport is Jorhat in Assam which is 98km away.

Train- The nearest railway station Naharlagun (100KM), and North Lakhimpur (117KM).

Road-Direct buses are available from ISBT Guwahati to Ziro.

Places to Visit:

● Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

● Meghna Cave Temple

● Kile Pakho

● Midey

● Ziro Puto

● Dolo Mando

● Hapoli

Things to Do- Trekking, camping, sightseeing, shopping.

Local Food- Pika Pila, Bamboo Shoot, Lukter, Pehak, Apong, Marua.

Places to Eat:

● Kitchen Ziro

● Hotel Center Point

● Good Vibes Cafe

Where to Stay:

● Siiro Resort


● Ziro Place Inn

● KASA Resort

● Camp NorthEast

● Passa Lath Resort

Leh Ladakh

The thrilling gateway of Leh Ladakh opens for tourists after the shivering winter. In April Leh

Ladakh is one of the very few places in the country which still remains chilli. Proudly known

as the land of contrast, Ladakh with its rugged mountains, and clear blue sky is a mountain

paradise. One can never have enough of these places, the natural beauty of ladakh includes

lakes, national parks, monasteries, and valleys. Adjectives will be short if one starts to talk

about leh ladakh, and so visiting the place is the only true gift you can give to your life.

How to Reach:

Air- Leh has its own airport called Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport, and its is the easiest

option to travel.

Train- There is no railway station in Leh Ladakh, the nearest railway station is Jammu Tawi

that is 700 km away.

Road- Leh Ladakh Road trip are a thing especially from Manali and Srinagar.

Places to Visit:

● Pangong Tso Lake

● Thiksey Monastery

● Khardung- la- Pass

● Markha Valley

● Nubra Valley

● Tso Moriri Lake

● Hemis National Park

● Namgyal Tsemo Gompa

● Magnetic Hill

● Zanskar Valley

Things to Do- Jeep ride, cycling on uneven terrain, trekking, camel safari, camping by the

lakes, bike ride, skiing.

Local Food- The local delicacies are quite influenced by Tibet and they are Momos,

Thukpa, Sky, Chhutagi, Tingmo, Chhurpe, Butter Tea, Chhang, Khambir, Apricot Jam.

Places to Eat:

● The Tibetan Kitchen

● Local Cuisine Restaurant

● Metta Cafe

● Lamayuru Restaurant


● The Turnip

Where to Stay:

● The Grand Dragon Ladakh

● Hotel Padma Ladakh

● The Zen Ladakh Resort

● The Indus Valley

● TSOKAR Retreat

● Lakrrok boutique stay.

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