5 Indian Cities That You Must Visit For An Outbound Trip

Posted by Racheal Jones
April 12, 2018

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India, the hub of culture and glory is now a major tourist attraction as well and attracting tourists from all over the world to come and witness its majestic History. The rich and diverse culture creates such magic that one cannot resist to the temptation of visiting it once, so pack your bags and book your flight tickets to land straight into India and be ready to have an experience unmatched to any other.

5 Indian Cities That You Must Visit For An Outbound Trip

Here is a list of cities which just cannot be missed if you are on a trip to India. However, you must master the art of finding the best cheap domestic flight tickets for your trip to the following cities:

Delhi

The Capital and the heart of the country, welcomes you with its diversified culture and history. Delhi has seen the rise and fall of many dynasties and rules be it the Mughal Rule, Britishers or Democracy that prevails now; it has something from every era it has seen. To quest your thirst there stand series of monuments like the iconic Red Fort built in the 1600s, The Jama Masjid Mosque for all those who want to have a glimpse in Islamic culture. The Akshardham boast off it’s carvings on the walls which shows the abilities of Indian craftsmen.

The architectural wonders like Humayun’s Tomb and Qutab Minar are just mesmerizing, and you just cannot forget the breath-taking scenery that it is located in. If you are in Delhi and its street food is to be given a shot as it’s famous for its “Chatar-Patar” a common tern used for street food in the capital.

Jaisalmer

The city which proudly bears the splendor of the iconic Rajput’s has much to offer in terms of its culture. The folk dance is the major highlight that you get to see while camping there in the desert. The Jaisalmer Fort also called the Golden Fort built by Maharaja Jaisal in 1156 is alluring and magnificent.

It is located on a hill and whole of the city is situated around the fort only. People are allowed to live in the fort which is very rare so should be visited. Gadisar Lake which is the entry point of the city presents a very serene view and is one of the main tourist attractions. The same sand dunes which are just 42 kilometers from the city presents an opportunity for camping overnight and live the real nightlife of Jaisalmer. Other major tourist attractions include Salim Singh ki Haveli, Patwon ki Haveli, Bada Bagh and Jain Temple. Your trip to Jaisalmer would be the one you would cherish all your life.

Mumbai

Though Delhi is the capital of India, Mumbai is the economic capital of India. The business capital has a huge cosmopolitan culture and being the film capital of the country as well you can get a fair chance to see the lavish mansions of the famous Bollywood stars. Your flight to Mumbai would be even more tremendous if you happen to be here on the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. Going to Mumbai and not having Vada-paw is just like going to temple but not worshipping, this famous food is the lifeline of the city along with the local trains, which are again, the lifeline of the city. Apart from the hustle and bustle of the city is Marine Drive which is a must visit for any traveler.

Other than these the Gateway Of India is another a major tourist attraction, visiting Haji Ali Dargah would be like having a blend of everything, the Dargah presents a very serene environment and gives a deep insight into the Islamic culture. Don’t forget to enjoy the nightlife of the city.

Chennai

Chennai, the city, situated on the Coromandel coast of Bay of Bengal is often recognized as the ‘Detroit of India’ and the ‘Gateway of South.’ It is the capital of the state Tamil Nadu and the fifth most populous city in India. It would not be hyperbolic to designate it as the liveliest city in entire South India.

The city has its own unique charm, which sets it aside from the rest of the big cities of the country. A great confluence of rich tradition, varied heritage, modern amenities and technology, Chennai is the vibrant place in the vicinity of nature. The major attractions of the city are its monuments and beaches. A walk along the sides of the Marina beach is one of the most soothing experiences. Visiting monuments like Fort St. George, Freemasons Hall, Government Museum, Senate House and War memorial are an experience unmatched.

Kochi

Kochi also was known as Cochin is a major port city on the south-west coast of India bordering the Laccadive Sea. This place is a collection of small islands and peninsulas along the shore of the Arabian Sea, steeped inglorious history, shaped and nurtured for centuries by foreign powers like the Arabs, Dutch British, Chinese and the  Portuguese are what welcomes you to Kochi.

The port city is the biggest city in the state of Kerala so worth traveling. The St. Francis Church, The Mattancherry palace and taking rides on the waters of Kochi would be breath-taking and an experience worth boasting off. An Elephant Ride is something that you will get here and see how man has disciplined one of the most ruthless animals which show the power of Human Brain. Be ready to enjoy your trip from about 4 meters above the ground on the back of an Elephant.

So get ready to freshen up your mood and visit these beautiful places and get to know better about the diversified culture that India offers. If you are traveling with a group be sure to find your fit of domestic holiday packages.

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