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Top 10 Places To Visit After Lockdown

Are you bored of staying home? Stressing over work, college, and responsibilities? In this lockdown, we all miss our pre-covid life. Times when you canceled the planes because you felt like not going. But these couple of years have been tough. So it is time to fight the virus.

Here are some vacation spots for the next occasion

  1. Adalaj Stepwell, Gujarat

Located close to Ahmedabad in the village of Adalaj, this beauty is designed in a mixture of Hindu and Islamic architecture. It is a five-story deep well that was constructed back in 1499.

This gorgeous architecture is said to take the tourists back with its beautifully finished design and colossal statue.

Do you love historical places? Centuries-old statues? then start planning now.

  1. Haflong, Assam

Also known as the only hill station in Assam, this paradise is located in the Dima Hasao district of the state, with the unmatchable gorgeous beauty of a hill station, it attracts many tourists and has a good reputation as one of the hidden gems of India. The beauty of hills and a pinch of culture with a bucket of authentic regional food? Count me in!

  1. Chopta, Uttarakhand

A very small region of pure green meadows and an evergreen forest area, this gem resides in one of the busiest tourist attractions of India. A part of the Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the state of Uttarakhand.

It is considered a base for trekking to Tungnath, the third temple of Panch Kedar. Get your trekking gear and pack your bags. It’s time for a group exploring trip.

  1. Laitmawsiang, Meghalaya

A small village located in the most alluring beauties of India, Laitmawsiang is the epitome of what one might consider the true beauty of experiencing life in the Mountains. Being a beautiful sight to one of the seven sister states and a true hidden gem. With mystic mountains and dewy grass. Sounds like something straight out of a novel

  1. Araku Valley

A hill station located in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, the Araku Valley holds the perfect location to pack your bags and hold a post lockdown vacation party. Surrounded by thick green forests, the valley has a tribal museum dedicated to its beautiful and colorful tribal life.

Considered to be famous for its authentic and attractive cuisine.

  1. Gulmarg, J&K

After beating the heat and the virus, what better way to cool off the stress than by spending some quality time with the loved ones in the lap of this Snow Goddess in India. Holding the eye of major tourist attractions. Gulmarg stands out as one of the most beautiful and aesthetically pleasing places in India. A break while skiing and snowboarding, yes!

  1. Swaraj Dweep

One of the islands in the chain of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Hesitation is not the word when it comes to visiting this lush basket of nature, beaming with smiling sun, turquoise water, sandy beaches. This is like the biggest temptation to pack your bags and run to the perfect getaway.

I think it’s time to get that golden beach to glow, don’t forget the sunscreen.

  1. Munnar

A peaceful town in the Indian state of Kerala, it is one of the most culturally rich places with a huge appreciation for the food, festivals, and hospitality. With the warmth of a grandma’s house. Munnar indeed is a place of nostalgia and happiness.

  1. Wayanad,

Situated in the southwest region of India – in the heart of Kerala state, The Wayanad wildlife sanctuary is a deep lush forested region with high altitudes and is home to Asiatic elephants, leopards, tigers, and egrets. The Edakkal caves in the Ambukuthi Hills have the most amazing ancient petroglyphs. A perfect getaway for all the knowledge junkies out there.

  1. Calangute, Goa

Known as the “Queen of Beaches” in Goa, Calangute Beach caters to all types of travelers, from nature lovers to adventure junkies to party freaks. Famous for its nature like heaven, this beach is the biggest and the most popular one in North Goa. Now, this is a sweet deal.

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