Wonderful India 2019

02 July 2019

India Travel: How First Timers Can Pull It Off

Ancient, mysterious, awe-inspiring, and somewhat overwhelming, India is a destination that everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime. Being the second most populated country in the world, there are a plethora of exciting things to do here. So, consider getting off the beaten path while exploring India and you might surprise yourself with what you’ll find. If you have never been to India and really wish to, be sure to follow our guide. This guide will help you understand the country better and execute your travel smoothly.

Where to Start

1) New Delhi

A good place to slowly familiarize yourself with India’s cultures and rhythms is its capital, New Delhi. Being an ancient city with a storied past, Delhi is one of the most historical cities on earth. At first, Delhi might seem overwhelming, but give it time and you'll see the true beauty of Delhi unfold. Catch a glimpse of the past as you wander through the dusty lanes of Old Delhi. The twisting alleys and colorful bazaars are wonderful for picking up saris, spices, art pieces, and other crafts. It is also home to three World Heritage monuments—Qutub Minar, Red Fort and Humayun’s Tomb that have survived many centuries, so be sure to check them out.

2) Varanasi

Next, head on over to Varanasi. Dubbed as one of the holiest cities in India, Varanasi is as old as human civilization is. Just discovering the narrow alleys and observing the raw devotion of the people is more than enough to keep you fascinated for months. Unlike Delhi, Varanasi is less about hopping from one famous site to another, but more towards enjoying the spiritual ambiance of the city and a panoramic view of its palaces. From walking around the many Ghats along the mystical Ganges River to getting lost in the narrow ancient alleys of the city, Varanasi is truly extraordinary.

3) Mumbai

After cleansing your soul, make your way to Mumbai. Mumbai may seem chaotic and overwhelming compared to the peaceful atmosphere of Varanasi, but don’t let that deter you. The city is home to not one, not two, but three UNESCO World Heritage Site! Be it visiting the main train station, formerly known as Victoria Terminus, spending a few hours cruising Colaba and the historic facade of Taj Mahal Palace hotel or just gorging on street food, Mumbai definitely has something for everyone.

4) Bengaluru

From Mumbai, you can continue your journey to Bengaluru. Being a melting pot of various cultures, Bengaluru is a city that is alluring and addictive for the right reasons. There are impeccable gardens, cozy cafes, many sights to witness and experiences to enjoy. A visit to the Bengaluru Palace located beyond the threshold of the cosmopolitan city is a must thing to do. The city is also known for its amazing nightlife and has many pubs and bars scattered all around.

5) Kochi

Heading further south, you’ll end up in Kochi. Known as the "Gateway to Kerala," travelers come to Kochi for its natural beauty, laid-back ambiance and to experience the amazing blend of the old and new culture. You will also see many beautiful architectures dotted around from when the British, Dutch, Chinese, and Portuguese made the city their home. With the perfect blend of royal heritage and a modern lifestyle, there is no questioning why Kochi is one of Kerala’s most popular tourist destinations.

6) Chennai

Finally, you can end your trip at Chennai, the capital city of Tamil Nadu. Steeped in history, Chennai is one of India’s gems. From stunning beaches, temple architecture to Rajni craze, this metropolitan is a real treasure trove. Spend an evening strolling along the shores of Marina Beach for the best sunset views or go on a food tour and savour some delicious south Indian cuisine. With so much to see and do, you will surely have a great time here.

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