The Best Places to Visit in India in 2022

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Traveling is, in other words, therapy. For some, it’s an escape place; for some, it’s motivation; for others, it’s a relaxing time or finding themselves. After COVID-19 and these lockdowns, everyone needs a break and personal growth, and it’s said that adventure is the best way to learn. So here are 6 places that you should definitely visit in 2022:

  • Havelock Island, Andaman:

It is known as Swaraj Island. It is a part of Ritchie’s Archipelago in the Andamans. It is the largest of the two islands of Andaman and Nicobar. It’s famous for its coral reefs and an awesome scuba diving experience, and its clean beaches and white sand put the cherry on top. October to February is the best time you must visit here. 

If you are here in January, you must visit the Subhash Mela Festival, which is organized every year in the month of January on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. It is a week-long festival filled with cultural programs and functions.

  • Shillong, Meghalaya: 

“The Scotland of the East” is a beautiful hill station in the northeastern part of India. It is known for its well-groomed gardens, surrounded by Ward’s Lake. It is famous for its beautiful landscape, caves, and tallest waterfall (Nokhalikai Falls). It is a gateway to “The Abode of Clouds.” 

The best time to visit here is between April and June. And if you want to enjoy the beautiful Cherry Blossom Festival, then you should definitely visit Shilong during the winter season. It has so much to offer: vast culture, history, heritage, and history—a perfect combination for wholesomeness.

  • Coorg, Karnataka: 

It is known as “the Scotland of India” or “Kashmir of the South” because of its beautiful hill station. It is famous for its breathtaking view, delectable coffee, steep hills, flora and fauna, streams, and lots more. It has a vast and wonderful history. filled with magnificent history and culture, which is filled with nature is the best day to escape from daily life. 

The best time to go to Coorg is from June to September, but if you’re an adventurous person who loves trekking, you should go there in March. If you are in Coorg, then you must definitely eat Pandhi curry, which is generally served with rice or roti or rice dumplings.

  • Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh: 

Oldest city in the world. This place is in a whole different world. This place different for each and everyone for some it is a world of history for some its pilgrimage some come for its spiritual and knowledge hub for some its peace for some its business and lots more. It is a famous trade market for the finest silk, gold, and silver. 

Each and every day more than 200 dead boys are found near the ghat of Vanarsai. Everyone gathers for Ganga Arti at Dasaswamedh Ghat during the evening, which has one of the most beautiful views of all. If you must definitely add this to your bucket list, you must try the Banaras pan (bettal leave) over there.

  • Majuli, Assam:

It is one of the largest river islands. It is one of the most attractive, pollution-free river islands in the Brahmaputra. It has a vast culture and is tribal. It enhances Assamese culture. It preserved the antiques like jewelry, tin, wool, etc. It also has a very strong contender for a place in UNESCO’s World Heritage Site. 

The best time to visit Majuli is during winter i.e October to February. You must definitely visit this place because it is said that Majulli will soon disappear because of the regular food in the Brahmaputra.

  • Jaipur, Rajasthan: 

It is known as the “Pink City,” the capital of Rajasthan. It’s colorful, from its architecture to its sweets, from Rajasthani Jewelry to its fever. The culture is so vast and beautiful. And nothing compares to their cuisine. It is the home of three forts and more than five palaces. And you if are in Jaipur you must try dal bati churma it is heaven on the mouth. The best time to visit here is during the winter, from October to March. Not only in India it’s famous though out the one.