Top Instagrammable Spots of India


Top Instagrammable Spots of India

Instagram has very soon become an amazing source of inspiration when it comes to traveling especially. People putting pictures of their travels on Instagram makes us want to leave everything and catch a flight to our dream destination. If you're planning for a trip, Instagram is the first app that inspires us to visit that destination.

Of course, everybody wants their Instagram feed to look absolutely fun and filled with beautiful memories. If you also feel like you should do some travel blogging, we have a list of some of the top Instagram-able spots of India.

  1. Pangong Lake

Ladakh should definitely be on your travel bucket list. One of the most breathtakingly beautiful places in India is Ladakh. Some call the Pangong Lake, the crown of Ladakh. Pangong Lake is the largest brackish water lake in Asia. This lake becomes frozen during the winter season. The blue waters, the brown terrain and a blue sky make it one of the best spots for the perfect travel photos. The best time to visit Pangong Lake is during the months of May to September.

You can spend some time star-gazing in the clear night sky and check out the rare endemic species of squirrels. These squirrels are known as Marmot. While you're there, you can stay in Private Tents by the GuestHouser or the Pangong Lake View Cottages.

  1. Valley of Flowers National Park

This national park has been dedicated primarily to colorful flowers. Everywhere you look around, you will find flowers here. The Valley of flowers has more than 600 species of flora. This park, along with the Nanda Devi National Park, is a part of the World Network of Biosphere Reserves under the UNESCO. The best time to visit the Valley is during the month of June every year. You can visit Hemkund Sahib lake or take a dip in Gaurikund. While you're there, you can stay in a tent at the Valley Of Flowers Camp in Satti. Other accommodations are available at Joshimath.

  1. Parvati Valley

Parvati Valley has some of the most picturesque views. It is popular for its good quality weed. The valley is known for its peaceful environment, clear waters, lush green hills, and starry nights. This definitely offers an amazing opportunity to get scenic photos for your Instagram feed. The best time to visit the Parvati Valley is from the months of March to June. You can take a short trip to Kheerganga, spend your day camping on the banks of the Parvati River or explore the cafés in Kasol. While you're here, you can stay at the Nomads Hostel in Kasol or Hukam's Holiday Homes.

  1. Varanasi

Varanasi is one of the oldest cities of India and is a complete paradise for travelers. It has a rich cultural history, religious influences, delicious food. The most famous attraction of Varanasi is the Ganga Ghats. The best time to visit Varanasi is during the months of October to February. You can attend the aarti in the evening at the Kashi Vishwanath temple. Explore the ghats especially the Dashashwamedh Ghat. Visit the historic Ramnagar Fort or check out the beautiful art at the Bharat Kala Bhavan. While you're here, you can stay at the Tree of Life Resort & Spaz, GoStops Varanasi, and many others.

  1. Yuksom

Yuksom is a small town of Sikkim surrounded by snow-capped mountains. It is popularly known as the "gateway to Kangchendzongha." It is a base camp for treks. The Buddhist town of Yuksom has a beautiful landscape and people who are warm and loving. The best time to visit Yuksom is during the months of March to June. You can go on a trek to Dzongri and Goecha La or visit the Kanchandzongha National Park. You can visit the Dubdi monastery. While you're here, stay at the Hotel Demazong, Magpie Chestnut Retreat, and many others.

  1. Darjeeling

Darjeeling is one of the top tourist destinations of India. Located in West Bengal, the place offers views of the Himalayas on one side and tea gardens on the other side. There is a lot of exploring in Darjeeling. You can explore the colonial-era architecture and Buddhist monasteries or take a ride on a toy train. The best time to visit Darjeeling is during the months of March to June. Plan a visit to the tea gardens, watch the sunrise from Tiger Hill, visit the Singalila National Park, visit the Buddhist monasteries in the area or go for adventure activities such as rock climbing at the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute. While you're here, you can stay at a homestay like Vajra Kunj or the Sington Tea Estate and Resort.

  1. Coorg

The beautiful landscape of Coorg, the lush green plantations and the aromatic smell of coffee in the air makes it one of the best hill station of India. Visit this destination to witness various waterfalls, green hills, spice and coffee plantations and a soothing vibe. The best time to visit Coorg is during the months of November to February. You can go to the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary or explore the Madikeri Fort, visit the spice plantations, the Nisargadhama waterfalls or camp at the Kote Betta. While you're here, you can stay at Chetty's Homestay, The Tamara Coorg and many others.

  1. Pondicherry

Pondicherry had once been a French Colony and is now one of the most popular tourist attractions in India. The beautiful European architecture, cuisine, stunning beaches and relaxing vacation is all you wish to have when you visit Pondy. The best time to visit Pondicherry is during the months of November to February. You can spend some time at Mahe Beach, visit the Pondicherry museum and so much more. While you're there, enjoy a stay at Le Pondy Beach and Lake Resort, The Dune Eco Village and Spa is also a good choice.

  1. Havelock Island

If you've ever dreamed of a vacation with white sand beaches, azure water and no disturbances at all, we have the perfect destination for you. Havelock Islands is a beach paradise for us. Radhanagar Beach is popular as the most beautiful beach in Asia. The best time to visit Havelock Islands is during the months of November to February. You can go for water activities such as snorkeling and scuba diving or sea-walking. Visit the Elephant beach or the beautiful Radhanagar beach for some great photography. While you're here, you can stay at the Havelock Island Beach Resort or the Barefoot At Havelock.

  1. Hampi

Hampi should be on your list if you are a history lover. Hampi is a small village and has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site. It represents the Chola architecture very well. The best time to visit is from November to February. You can visit the Virupaksha Temple, the Elephant Stables or visit the Daroji Bear Sanctuary. You can enjoy a stay at the Clarks Inn and Heritage Resort Hampi.

  1. Munnar

Munnar is a South Indian hill station with the largest tea plantations. The beautiful scenery of the place adds to its charm. The best time to visit is from November to March. You can explore the Eravikulam National Park, visit the Mattupetti Dam, the Anamudi Waterfalls or make a visit to the tea gardens. You can plan a stay at the Kaivalyam Retreat or the Mistletoe Homestay & Cafe.

  1. Rann of Kutch

The Great Rann of Kutch is an astonishing place. During the monsoons, it becomes Underwater. It is a vast area spreading over 10,000 square kilometers. It becomes the largest salt desert in the world during the winter months. The best time to visit Rann of Kutch is from November to February. You can attend the Rann Utsav, visit the Wild Ass Sanctuary, visit the beach in Mandvi and so much more. You can stay at the Click Hotel in Bhuj or the Kutir Craft Village Resort in Dhordo.

  1. Jaipur

The pink city, Jaipur is a top tourist destination of India. Jaipur has it all from delicious food, monuments, bazaars and so much more. The best time to visit is from November to February. You can visit the Bapu Bazaar for shopping, the Hawa Mahal and Amer Fort or the City Palace. Enjoy a stay at the Umaid Bhawan or Joey's Hostel.

  1. Kanha National Park

The Kanha National Park is located in Madhya Pradesh. It has the largest tiger reserve and other animals including leopards, sloth bears, barasinghas, dhole, guar, Indian python, 300 species of birds, and tiger. The best time to visit is from 15th October to 30th June during which it stays open. You can go on a tiger safari, witness the beautiful sunset from Bamni Dadar,  explore the Kanha Museum or visit the Amarkantak. While you're here, you can stay at the Kanha Jungle Lodge or the Wild Chalet Resort.


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