5 Bucket List Trip In India

Life is totally unpredictable; no one knows what will happen to them tomorrow. Life is like an adventurous track with so many ups and downs. India is a country full of diversity; be it in geography, culture and customs, traditions, religion, food habits, communities and languages. But India is united with the threads of brother and sisterhood. i.e the feeling of being an Indian.  Bestowed with a great number of beautiful places to visit in India. Right from Jammu and Kashmir in the North to Kanyakumari in the South and from the seven sisters of North East  to the great Indian Thar desert in the West, there are thousands and hundreds of epic places to visit once in your lifetime.

In this article we are going to discuss about the top 5 Bucket list Trips in India:

1.  Leh Ladakh

Leh is basically a district in Ladakh. Leh Ladakh is one of the most popular spots for the tourists to spend their vacations. Leh is present at an altitude of about 11,562 ft i.e. 3,524 m above the mean sea level. The Leh ladakh trip is also known for its bike rides or trips.  The major attractions of Leh Ladakh are:

Stupa of Shanti, Namgyal Tsemo Gompa, Leh Palace, Chamba Temple, Jama Maszid, War Museum of Leh, Datun Sahib etc.  Besides these Ladakh is full of natural beauties like :

·        Zanskar valley : located at an altitude of about 13.514 ft above the mean sea level, best for trekking, rafting, paragliding etc.

·        Tso Kar Lake: Located at an altitude of about 15,280 ft above the mean sea level.

·        Suru Valley : famous for its snow-clad mountain peaks, ranges, rivers and streams, valleys, grasslands etc.

2.  Chadar Lake Trek

Chadar Lake Trekking route got its name from the famous Chadar Lake present in the Ladakh region. The specialty about Chadar Lake is that it remains frozen for most of the period of time. The total length of the Chadar Lake is about 105 km i.e. 65 miles. Chadar Lake trekking route is mostly recommended for the Experienced Trekkers. The Chadar Lake trekking route is full of obstructions and it is present at an altitude of more than 11,000 ft above the mean sea level.  The trekkers basically require 8 to 9 days to complete the trek. People consider January to February as the best time to trek.  During the Chadar Lake Trekking route one will find snow clad mountains, pathways, pine trees, dense forests, streams etc. the trekkers can visit the famous Gurudwara which is located in the trekking route. The temperature is very low near the Chadar Lake, so one has to come fully prepared with all the essential equipment required for the trek.

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3.  Bhrigu Lake Trek

Bhrigu Lake Trekking route is located in Manali. This trekking route is situated at an altitude of about 14,100 ft above the mean sea level. The total length of the Bhrigu Lake trekking route is approximately 26 km. Bhrigu lake trekking route is basically with a moderate level of difficulty. It requires 4 to 5 days to complete the trek. The Bhrigu Lake trekking route got its name from the famous Bhrigu river present just by the side of the trek. Major attractions are meadows and grasslands, Hanuman Tibba, Deo TIbba, Seven sister Peaks etc.

4.  Kanyakumari Trip

The trip to Kanyakumari  is highly wished for by people. Kanyakumari is present at the southernmost point in the map of India. It is the last point of India. Some of the major places of attractions here are: Thirparappu Falls, Kanyakumari Beach, Vivekananda Rock Memorial, Thanumalayan Temple, Statue of Thiruvalluvar etc.

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5.  Goa

The next in our list is the Goa trip. Goa is famous for its beaches, water sports, pubs and bars, restaurants, historical places etc. Generally Goa is divided into two parts, North Goa and South Goa. Some of the popular beaches present in Goa are Calangute Beach, Baga Beach, Candolim Beach, Arambol Beach, Palolem Beach. There is one famous waterfall called Dudhsagar waterfalls near the main city. There are many churches and museums in Goa which are worth mentioning for their architecture made by the Portuguese architects. Some of the notable forts present in Goa are : Chapora Fort and Aguada Fort.  Jet skiing, kite surfing,   waterboarding and Parasailing are some of the popular water activities here.