- 1 Introduction to Places In India For Student
- 1.0.1 Live your Jawani in Manali
- 1.0.2 Push yourself a little and visit Ladakh
- 1.0.3 Camping and Rafting in Rishikesh
- 1.0.4 Visit the City of Dreams, Mumbai
- 1.0.5 Take the Mumbai-to-Goa road trip
- 1.0.6 Go Goa
- 1.0.7 Taste the local flavors in Jaipur
- 1.0.8 Explore the wild in Bandipur Forests
- 1.0.9 Go camping and dune bashing in Rajasthan
- 1.0.10 Flirt with the supernatural in Bhangarh
- 1.0.11 You should check in Havelock Island, Andaman, India.
- 1.0.12 Visit Coorg, India’s very own Scotland.
- 1.0.13 Go skiing in Auli
- 1.0.14 Rediscover brotherhood in Punjab
- 1.1 Conclusion
Introduction to Places In India For Student
Your college days are the perfect time to fly. It is not as hard to get permission from the parents and there is no supervisor yet to revoke your offer for leave.
The course content isn’t much either so the path is open if you can figure out the money problem. College is the time when you are no longer an infant but not yet an adult.
Traveling to various regions of the country can go a long way in shaping you as a person, seeing new things, and making new friends. Here are 15 attractions around India that you and your college friends can visit:
Live your Jawani in Manali
If your university is in or around Delhi, Manali is possibly the first place that you should be going to. Ease of entry, picturesque mountains, fantastic friends, and a Bollywood movie as your point of reference, this destination is already a favorite of any college community. Add to that, paragliding, abseiling and a visit to the Great Himalayan National Park and you just don’t want to end the journey.
Push yourself a little and visit Ladakh
You are not getting to visit Ladakh daily. But make sure that you go there at least once. Visit the Lake of Pangong and witness clouds of cotton candy over you and untroubled water at your feet. Try the Yak Safari too to guide your gang across the valleys of glaciers.
Camping and Rafting in Rishikesh
Ask your family you’re off to wipe away your sins in Ganga Ji and they’re never going to let you go rafting on the raging Ganga rapids. Call any outdoor pursuits operators in Rishikesh (there are plenty of them) and make reservations online for the raft and tent on the river. Hold beer cans and a handy football, and spend the entire life there!
Visit the City of Dreams, Mumbai
If you’ve never been as a kid to this city, there’s no disputing the fact you’ve often wanted to see it. To witness life on the fast lane personally, you need to be there once. When you get out of college, the rivalry will be cut to the throat and you’ll get an idea of a day in Mumbai. Take a spin on the locally popular Bombay and you’ll know what I’m talking about. Be prepared and life won’t be easy!
Take the Mumbai-to-Goa road trip
Didn’t you look at Dil Chahta Hai? Rent bikes (or even a car) and hit the motorway going to Goa. Enjoy the evolving climate as you travel from a busy Mumbai to a Goa easy going! And yes, don’t intend to try for a short nariyal panni pause if the climate gets too hot!
You don’t need someone to tell you why in your college days, Goa is the best place to visit! It has to be on your list of places to visit ever since you learned of that place as a child. Add to all these evil intentions, the Sunburn Festival, and a stroll to the waterfalls of Dudhsagar and you’ll encounter nirvana!
Taste the local flavors in Jaipur
If your taste is magical palaces, royal parks, and folk taste then Jaipur is the location to be. Gorge at ChokhiDhani’s delicious food and make Elephant your royal trip. If you are hoping to travel the place around The Jaipur Literary Fest, expect to run into the who’s who of the region, too.
Explore the wild in Bandipur Forests
If you have a wild streak in your party let it seize over. Visit the thick jungles of Bandipur, Karnataka, situated at the foothills of the Nilgiris, and try to run into threatened Asian wild elephants, jungle apes, and even a wild cat along your way. Only make sure to follow the Jungle rules!
Go camping and dune bashing in Rajasthan
The perfect time to experience the undiscovered is to live university experience. If endless stretches of sand are your thing then you should visit Rajasthan! Camping on plains of nothingness under glittering stars will give you even more appreciation of India’s sheer beauty. It will lead you to doubt the meaning of life. Oh, and the Bikaner and Jaisalmer desert safari will only make for a dream Dubai!
Flirt with the supernatural in Bhangarh
If your party has had enough freaky thrills for a little while, pack your bags and visit India’s most popular haunted spot, the Bhangarh ruins! Situated in Alwar, Rajasthan, for some strong adrenaline pump you have to be around the spot after sunset. Who in your party is the courageous one and who is the wuss, you will find out in Bhangarh!
You should check in Havelock Island, Andaman, India.
Strive to dive into the deep Indian waters if your party has traveled all of the Indian soil! Take your bestie’s wrist and go scuba diving under the azure waters and see the beautiful coral reefs, just to come back with memorable sights.
Visit Coorg, India’s very own Scotland.
If you need to overcome the metro city heat, visit Coorg but do nothing! Take joy in the cool breeze, lush green landscape and enjoy some tasty tea grown locally, and charging your energy like never before. This would be the perfect place to relax, think about it for a long semester of researching and trudging
Go skiing in Auli
Go climbing in the Auli, Uttaranchal Himalayan peaks and no one will ever be able to close the gap with you! Encircled by majestic Oak forests and spectacular views over Mana Parbat and Neelkanth, Auli is one of India’s best personal recommendations. While you’re still in college, you obviously can’t afford a trip to Switzerland but why not Auli?
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Rediscover brotherhood in Punjab
The victim the traces of the Jallianwala Bagh painful fight for independence, fill yourself with nationalism by seeing the Indian army parade at the Wagah Border and accepting your inner life at the Golden Temple. A visit to these places will fill you with a sense of national pride and intent and with new eyes, you will experience India and religion. After this trip, you’ll be a changed man from the inside as you go back to school!
Traveling is a wonderful experience and you’ll learn a lot along the way. You can see new places, learn new things, and also make life-long partnerships. You will begin to feel a lot freer and performing different tasks will come back. But don’t just plan it, just go for it … Just go to college once. You’ll never get that much time ever!