Were you planning to go to Goa with your friends, or was the most-awaited Ladakh trip finally happening? This time that plan was canceled not because of one of your friends, but because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Almost all our plans are at a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic. With no place to visit right now and a lot of time on your hands, why don’t you plan a trip for the post-COVID situation?
Don’t worry, we are here to help you out. India is a vast country with many places to visit and many cuisines to dig at. So we are going to let you know about the top 10 places to visit after Lockdown.
1. Lambasingi, Andhra Pradesh
Situated at an altitude of 1000 meters above sea level, Lambasingi is cooler than its surrounding plain areas. A small village in Eastern Ghats of Chintapalli Mandal of Visakhapatnam district, it is the only place in Southern India which boasts of snowfall.
2. Gavi, Kerala
A village in Pathanamthitta district, Kerala on NH22 connecting Kollam and Madurai. It falls under the Periyar Tiger Reserve. Visitors can do various activities like trekking, wildlife watching, outdoor camping, and night safaris. The small village is enveloped in tropical forests, valleys, and waterfalls.
3. Lonar Crater, Maharashtra
For those who love science and want to visit places where there is an anomaly to scientific rules, Lonar Crater is the place for them. Spreading across 6 Kms in the Buldhana district of Maharashtra, the lake was formed due to a meteoric impact around 50,000 years ago. The water of the lake is both saline and alkaline, making it a one-of-its-kind lake.
A road trip dream destination for everyone, Leh-Ladakh is situated in the heavily disputed region, Kashmir. Overwhelmed with Buddhist culture, one must visit the monasteries to find peace amongst oneself. At an elevation of 3,500 meters, Ladakh doesn’t disappoint anyone with its pristine sceneries and breathtaking beauty.
5. Killar-Kishtwar Highway, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir
If you are someone who loves road trips and wants a weekend getaway from all the COVID-19 news, Killar- Kishtwar Highway is the road for you. Reported as one of the World’s Dangerous roads, a single trip is enough to get your adrenaline kicking. On one side you have, 1000 feet freefall into the river Chandrabhaga and a deadly mountain cliff hanging on the other. It’s a guaranteed trip to heaven.
6. Tarkarli, Maharashtra
For water sports lovers, Tarkarli is a heaven on earth. Situated in the western region of Maharashtra, Tarkarli is known for its white sand and clear waves. It has a Karli river to its south, which is inhabited by dolphins and palm trees.
7. Auli, Uttrakhand
One of India’s most exciting ski destinations, Auli is situated in the Chamoli District of Uttrakhand. Nature lovers visit Auli because of its vibrant apple orchards, old oaks, and pine trees. It is a popular ski destination due to its spellbinding views and glittering slopes.
8. Dholavira, Gujrat
For those who love history, Dholavira provides them with a complete package of admiration and beauty. The home to Indus Valley Civilisation takes you back in time, dating back to 7000 B.C.
9. Keibul Lamjao National Park, Manipur
Situated in Bishnupur District of Manipur, India, Keibul Lamjao is the one and only floating park in the world. Get ready to give your eyes a treat with sceneries that you have never seen before.
10. Nuranang Falls, Arunachal Pradesh
Situated at a height of 100 meters, in Tawang District of Arunachal Pradesh. It is still unknown to many tourists what a beauty Nuranang beholds.