India will always be one of the world’s most enthralling destinations.
With stunning beaches, a rich culture, ancient heritage buildings, and majestic temples, we highlight GOA, Mount Abu, Kutch, Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur.
6 Best Tourist Places and Destinations to Visit in West India
As we jump into teenage the first-holiday place strikes in our mind is GOA. A land that redefines holidays, with its delicate mix of sun, surf, and beaches; Goa has become the ultimate tourist destination.
It’s much more than a hand full of beaches and pumping parties. With tourism season, the region becomes close to yoga, spiritual exploration, and others.
The architectural beauty of ancient churches & Fort, beaches, wildlife, and energetic clubs, casinos & restaurant GOA welcome everyone with high spirit.
Amazing nightlife, a variety of booze, beach shacks and dirt cheap prices the best combination for the youth.
Best time to Visit Goa: The months from May to September are considered off-season. May is usually unbearably hot. The monsoons hit Goa by early or mid-June. It starts cooling down once the rains arrive and the countryside starts turning green.
Attractions: Beaches like Vagator, Calangute, Anjuna, Colva, & Benaulim, Fort Aguada, Church of Mae De Deus, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Temple of Bodgeshwar, Dudhsagar Waterfalls, St Xavier’s Church, Grand Island (for watersports), and clubs like Cafe Mambos,Titos, LPK (Love Passion Karma), SinQ, & Club Cubana
#2. Mount Abu
Mount Abu is the only hill station in Rajasthan, near the Gujarat border. Situated on a high plateau in the Aravalli Range and lush green forest, it offers a relatively cool climate.
There are many specific viewpoints including Honeymoon Point and Sunset Point, to enjoy these picturesque sights. Nakki Lake is a popular spot to enjoy boating in Mount Abu.
Best time to Visit Mount Abu: Winters in Mount Abu are not that extreme; the lowest temperature here would not go beyond 12 degree Celsius. Hence, it makes sightseeing and other outdoor activities for tourists.
Attractions: Gwalior Fort, Jai Vilas Palace, Gujari Mahal, Man Mandir Palace, Tomb of Tansen, Teli Ka Mandir, Saas Bahu Temple, Scindia Museum
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Kutch literally means something which intermittently becomes wet and dry; a large part of this district is known as Rann of Kutch which is shallow wetland which submerges in water during the rainy season and becomes dry during other seasons.
Rann Utsav is an awesome festival of Kutch, Gujarat, India. It is a Carnival of Music, Dance, nature beauty of White Rann and much more than that when visiting under the full Moon.
Kutch Rann Utsav is the shimmering landscape that gives the enchanting moments of this Fest, which feels like as Heaven On Earth during Festival Time. In fact, it’s a Family holiday destination to explore fun moments and store in cameras for a lifetime.
The same word is also used in Sanskrit origin for a tortoise. The Rann is known for its marshy salt flats which become snow white after the shallow water dries up each season before the monsoon rains.
Best time to Visit Kutch: Winters are the best time to visit Kutch. The temperature during these months is between 25 to 12 degrees Celsius and makes the weather perfect for sightseeing. This is also the best time to visit the Rann of Kutch Festival.
Attractions: Prag Mahal, Kalo Dungar, Kutch Museum, Archaeological Museum, Mandvi Beach, White Desert, Aina Mahal, and more.