If you have cheap flights to India booked for a holiday and wondering which places to visit. Do not fret! We have you completely covered.
Last part of this article took you through some of the most loved Indian cities that foreigners love to visit; here are some more of such Indian places that are ideal to be visited if it is your first visit to India. Following places do not only reflect real Indian culture but also display true colors of Indian diversity. Have a look at our recommendations:
Orchha is an incredible midievial town that was ruled by Bundela Rajputs in the past. Located on the banks of Betwa River, is a majestic Orchha Fort that defeats all the signs of ageing.
Orchha also is home to several palaces and temples such as Raja Ram and Chatarpur temple. This city is surely an outstanding historical corridor to explore while you are in India. Apart from walking through the historically important city of Orchha, do not miss thrilling rafting opportunity on Betwa River.
Don’t let the brilliant city of Bikaner disguise you as just another desert city. Simply step in and it will take you to a fascinating world of old world forts, temples and havelis. The magnificent Junagarh Fort, Laxmi Nivas Palace and several Havelis of Bikaner charm foreigners endlessly.
Bikaner is also famous for its savory snacks like bhujia and namkeens. Foreigners, who book cheap flight tickets to Bikaner, do not leave without loads of bhujia packed for friends back at home. Do not miss enjoying camel safari in Bikaner and buying ethnic camel wool carpets.
Kovalm is a popular beach resort in Kerala. It is a favorite spot for visitors since 1970 when hippies used to amass here for holiday. It is not only a famous getaway for foreigners but it also is a preferred honeymoon destination in India.
This crescent shaped beach destination is not so crowded like Goa and silence dominates here. Views of the beach are stupendous while sunsets. You can enjoy surfing, boating, ayurvedic treatments and delectable seafood in Kovalam.
Rann Of Kutch is spectacular. This salt-laden flatland is mostly desert but the crystal clear landscapes start reflecting multicolored hues during Rann Mahotsav. This mahotsav or festival lasts for 3 months.
Numerous tents are laid over the white sheet of land and a lot of people gather together during festival to showcase their art, handicrafts and performances. When you are in Kutch, do not miss kite flying, camel safari and the famous handicraft bazaar. Local artists make dress material with beautiful hand work.
A visit to these exciting Indian cities will fill you with endless desires to come back to this mystical country again and again. But this should not worry you as we are here to offer you cheap tickets & flights to major Indian cities. So, what’s the wait for? Just plan a fun-filled Indian holiday for whole family and book the cheapest flight tickets right now.