Places To Visit In North India
North India is always a pure delight to visit. It is a must-visit region for mountain lovers and adventure enthusiasts. There are a lot of popular and off-the-wall hill stations that make beautiful holiday destinations. There are so many of them that it is so difficult to choose one from the list of gorgeous places to visit in north India.
With a lot of natural and cultural diversity up for grabs, your holiday to North India will excite you footing up the North Indian hospitality, spicy cuisines, marveling handicrafts, and celestial hamlets. Traveling in the belt of north India may include your itinerary bustling with the city of New Delhi and centering it on the Hills of Himachal and Uttrakhand or the Royal Heritage of Rajasthan or the heavenly values of Jammu and Kashmir.
Here is a comprehensive list of places in North India for a breathtaking vacation. So let’s start with our topmost state:
Kashmir is known as heaven on Earth. Known for its stunning views, colorful culture, and cheerful people, it is definitely one of the most beautiful and inspiring places to visit in north India. The stunning Dal Lake of Srinagar, beautiful valleys in Sonmarg, the most adventurous skiing at Gulmarg, and the serenity of Pahalgam make a trip to Kashmir the best and most memorable.
Dharamshala and Mcleodganj
A small yet beautiful hill station that offers mesmerizing views of the Dhauladhar Ranges. The view will be full of plush green deodar forests, and the honored residence of His Holiness – The Dalai Lama.
Mcleodganj is located 9 km upside from Dharamshala and it is one of the best places to see in north India. It is commonly known for some cool and quaint cafes.
Dalhousie is also a hill station in the Himalayas. It is one of the most inviting tourist places in north India; you can experience lofty mountains, sparkling rivers, and luxuriant valleys. Its simplicity makes it a perfect choice for honeymooners, solo travelers, and photographers.
Shimla is one of the most popular and happening places to visit in north India. Surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of the Himalayas and super cozy climate, the very famous mall road has made Shimla a favorite choice for all.
Kullu and Manali
Kullu and Manali are the most happening tourist places in north India, it is also known as the region of gods. It is mostly popular for its greenery, climate, and thrilling adventure sports.
Nainital is a beautiful hill station and one of the most popular places to see in north India. This beautiful destination has developed around a lake. Boating, trekking, and shopping at the Tibetan market of Mall Road are some of the must-do things that tourists should never leave experiencing.
Dehradun is also a famous holiday destination in the north. The popular hill retreat is known for its Forest Research Institute, and Indian Military Academy. But that’s not all.
Mussoorie is a hill station in north India, snuggled in the Himalayas of Uttrakhand. It has a lot to offer whereas waterfalls and lofty ranges form the backdrop for some of the most amazing things to do in Mussoorie, such as boating, skating, horse riding, and many more.
Varanasi, the most religious hub is a perfect place to rejuvenate the mind and the soul. With all the ghats of The Ganges, century-old temples, and the serene evening aarti, Varanasi is definitely on every traveler’s bucket list.
Allahabad is also one of the most visited places in the northern region. It is basically known for ‘Sangam’ – the confluence of Ganga, Yamuna, & Saraswati – and is also counted as one of the sacred places to visit in north India.
Haridwar is also another yet famous spiritual destination in north India. The Ganga aarti and the religious celebrations make this place awake and crowded throughout the year.
Rishikesh is the yoga capital of India. There are numerous places to visit and a lot of adventure to do in Rishikesh. It is basically known for sports like river rafting and bungee jumping.
Mathura and Vrindavan
We all know that Mathura is the birthplace of Lord Krishna, and Vrindavan is where he spent his childhood and youth. Both have very religious in north India for the Hindus. The distance between Mathura and Vrindavan is just about 12 km and both are known for their heritage temples.
Amritsar is one of the fascinating places in north India. The aura of the Golden Temple, amazing food and crafts, and cheerful people pull tourists throughout the year.
The city’s charming cityscape, neat and clean parks, and amazing museums keep tourists attracted. And being the biggest gateway to the hills of Himachal and Uttrakhand it is one of the most preferred tourist places in north India.
Agra is easily accessible from Delhi by the amazing Taj Expressway; this globally famous place houses the Taj Mahal – one of the wonders of the world.
A destination is a delightful place for backpackers, photography buffs, and solo travelers. This charming village is by the river Parvati and offers – complete peace, mental rejuvenation, and freshness.
Ranikhet is famous for its heritage temples, and classic churches. There is nothing much to do here but it is the perfect place for romantic couples for a wonderful honeymoon away from urban noises.
I would say, not to miss Spiti Valley in your lifetime. It offers gorgeous mountains, panoramic glaciers, and breathtaking views. The vibrant monasteries added charm to an already well-known for offering ultimate spiritual serenity.
Beauty with the most wondrous of natural sights, a vivid culture, and colorful monasteries, Ladakh is a must-visit on every wanderer’s bucket list. From the striking blue of Pangong Lake to the eye-catching gold and grey of Nubra Valley, Ladakh hides more beauty than one can imagine!
If you like ‘royalty’ and ‘luxury’ The City of Nawabs is what you should never miss. Every bit of it is a regal lifestyle, delicious Awadhi cuisine, and polite Lucknowi people. This multicultural city is an Escape for charming gardens, music, cuisines, and rich culture.