Top 5 Best Places to Visit in India in Summer

Welcome to Masterlist, and today we’re going to have a look at the top 5 wonderful places in India that you must visit during the summer. From majestic snow-covered mountains to spectacular natural sceneries, India has an abundance of places that will make your summer worthwhile. By the end of this video, you will have at least five spots that you can add to your list of places to visit.

So let’s get started right now.

5. Leh, Ladakh

A land like no other with plenty of attractive areas to visit, charming scenery, lovable people and rich culture, Ladakh is a paradise on Earth. Cuddled by two of the world’s mightiest mountains, the Great Himalaya and the Karakoram, it is a must-visit place for just about every person on Earth.

Ladakh is wonderful in every way – from nature, topography, landscapes to the modest societies that it houses. It is said that in Ladakh, a man sitting in the sun with his feet in the shade can experience the ill effects of sunstroke and frostbite simultaneously.

Ladakh is an adventure-rich place, too, with climbing, boating, and high-altitude trekking opportunities. Summers here are the best, so it is an ideal time to visit Ladakh, which puts it among one of the loveliest summer destinations in India. The most celebrated Buddhist religious communities in India, like the Thiksey Monastery, add lively colors to the pleasant scenery here.

Ladakh is definitely on the bucket list of almost every person we know. Tell us in the comments below if it’s on your list too or if you’ve been here already.

4. Kinnaur

Himachal Pradesh Kinnaur houses the Zanskar Valley and the snow-covered Dhauladhar range, with water from Baspa, Satluj, and Spiti wandering through it. Otherwise called “Land of God,” the most attractive feature of the Kinnaur district is the “Shiva Lingam,” the portrayal of Lord Shiva. This entrancing stone arrangement changes its colors a few times during the day.

There are old Buddhist monasteries in the region that holds specific significance and are respected by Buddhists. Aside from religion, Kinnaur is a place that boasts adventure sports like trekking and skiing. Kinnaur is notable for its delicious apples, Chilgoza Pine, handlooms and crafted materials.

The valleys of Kinnaur are additionally one of the most attention-grabbing aspects of this region. Apple plantations and camping on the Satluj and Baspa rivers will reward you with the most overwhelming vacation you have always desired.

3. Manali

Manali, Uttarakhand Settled in the lap of the Himalayas, Manali has several amazing valleys loaded up with forests of fir, oak, deodar and pine. Manali is a complete bundle of nature, food and adventure sports.

Sparkling Beas river flows gracefully amid the Manali valley. Some picturesque waterfalls like Jogni fall and Rahala fall flush out of the beautifully positioned rocks. And don’t miss going downhill river rafting when you’re here. It is worth your time.

Religious people also prefer to come here to pay their tribute at the famous temples like Manu, Hadimba and Shiv temple. History lovers can go to old strongholds like Naggar and Kuthar. These spots have a surprising design against the backdrop of mountains which is worth visiting. Adventure lovers frequently visit places like Solang Valley and Rohtang Pass.

2. Pahalgam

Pahalgam, Jammu and Kashmir With pristine natural sceneries that look almost like a painting, Pahalgam is a feast for the eyes. Brimming with rich greenery and appealing Himalayan ranges, the magic of Pahalgam can be experienced by losing yourself completely in the natural beauty of this place. Little houses, green fields and ranches of saffron make it all green and delightful.

You can indulge in fishing excursions or trek on one of the mountains spread through this area. There is an 18 hole golf course that is set among the snow-covered peaks of Pahalgam and can make an extremely commendable encounter to recall for a long time. This heaven on Earth is an amazing wonder and will live in your memories forever. With its mind-blowing scenes, sculptures, still lakes, emerald green mountains, waterways and streams with snow-clad Himalayan peaks, Pahalgam is perfect for the nature lover.

1. Gangtok

Gangtok, Sikkim Unimaginably appealing and charmingly covered in mists – Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim, is one of India’s most well-known hill stations. Gangtok is a base for adventure lovers. It has multiple spots for trekkers and camping in the Himalayan mountain ranges. During March to Mid-May, the blossoming of wild Rhododendrons changes the surrounding areas into immense fields of vivid color carpets.

With the beautiful peaks engulfing it, Gangtok can be easily considered one of the most excellent hill stations in the country. With everything in perfect balance, from a mix of natural habitats to urbanization, Gangtok is a breathing and dynamic piece of heaven of the upper east. Gangtok and its surrounding regions are plentiful in rich magnificence. They have different common attractions like the Ban Jhakri falls, Tsomgo Lake, Tashi viewpoint and many more.

Those were some of our top picks of summer destinations in India.

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