10 Dream Destinations in India To Add in Your Bucket List 2022

Dream Places to Visit in India

1. Ladakh
2. Goa
3. Andaman
4. Munnar
5. Valley of Flowers
6. Athirapally Falls
7. Gulmarg
8. Auli
9. Sikkim
10. Thar Desert of Rajasthan

India is nothing short of a marvel with rich culture, prosperous heritage and powerful history. The splendid landscape, pleasant tropical climate and plethora of tourist attractions together make India a treasure trove for wayfarers. There are so many well-known destinations like Ladakh, Andaman and Goa as well as concealed dream places to visit in India like the Valley of Flowers, Sikkim and Thar Desert that need to be visited at least once in a lifetime.

The captivating charm of these places dumbfound the visitors and makes them feel like traveling to international stops. For instance, a trip to Auli is similar to travelling to Switzerland making it a dream destination in India. There are so many destinations in India that leave travellers awe-struck with the beauty they behold with their lush greenery and clear open skies. Ladakh and Gulmarg are a few beautiful places of the north, Munnar, Athirapally Falls and Coorg are few dream places to visit in South India that will make you forget all your life worries.

Here is the list of dream places to visit in India:

01

Ladakh

Ladakh is an unexplored gem that has recently become a dream destination in India among travel enthusiasts and sightseers. Snuggled between the Himalayan peaks, it brags about being the only cold desert in India and is also the home to the highest motorable road in India.

Remarkable landscape, highest passes, dreamy weather and divine Buddhist monasteries at Ladakh rejuvenate your souls. Pangong Lake, Chadar Trek at frozen river, Hunder sand dunes and snow leopards are the popular highlights of Ladakh.

Best Time To Visit: Between the summer months of May and September when the roads are clear of snow.
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02

Goa

Goa is a teensy sized paradise for travel-buffs. With an array of pristine beaches and miles of golden sand, Goa is an enchanting location among all the dream places to visit in South India. Baga Beach, Calangute Beach and Anjuna Beach are few world-famous beaches that bestow its visitors with a peaceful ambience.

If you are an adventure enthusiast with a fetish for spine chilling activities, you must try the water sports here like parasailing, Jet Ski riding and scuba diving. When at Goa, you can never miss the amazing seafood and bustling nightlife.

Best Time To Visit: November to February is also a good time considering the weather of Goa.
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03

Andaman

Andaman Island in the Bay of Bengal always tops the list of dream places to visit in India, given that it is fabled among travellers for its stunning beaches, underwater marvel and primeval location. The breezy beaches, sparkling beach sand, tall palm trees and nerve wrecking water activities together make Andaman a wonderful escapade from the bustle of daily life.

Radhanagar Beach, Corbyn’s Cove, Elephanta Beach and Bharatpur Beach are few must-visit beaches. Andaman holds a noteworthy significance in history as the Cellular Jail here was once the refuge of Indian freedom fighters.

Best Time To Visit: Between October and May
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04

Munnar

God’s Own Country, Kerala is full of dream places to visit in South India and Munnar is one among them. Munnar is an idyllic hill station that is regarded as the ‘Kashmir of South India’. Munnar’s mesmerizing backdrop with unending tea plantations and winding lanes between the plains makes it a fabulous place for a vacation. If you are planning to visit Munnar, do not miss Kolukkumalai Tea Plantations, Blossom Park Day Forest and Echo Point. You can also take part in rock climbing, mountain biking, trekking and camping.

Best Time To Visit: During September to November
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05

Valley of Flowers

Valley of Flowers in the Western Himalayan region of Uttarakhand is a posy of nature blessed with rare Himalayan flora. It is recognized as the national park of India and a UNESCO world heritage site. The place is considered as a dream destination in India for nature lovers, photographers and wanderlusts as it overflows with charm and grandeur. The jewel-toned blossoms at the Valley of Flowers Park change in colour every season which is a sight to behold.

Best Time To Visit: September, right after monsoon as the plants and flowers here are fresh and thriving.
06

Athirapally Falls

Nicknamed as the ‘Niagara of India’, Athirapally Falls is located on the Chalakudy River in Thrissur in Kerala. This sparkling cascade flows from a height of 8o feet from the Anamudi hills through the verdant green Vazhachal Forest to join the majestic Arabian Sea. The enchanting view of the gushing Athirapally Falls is a visual treat that visitors often come here, making it one of the most popular dream places to visit in South India. Athirapally is a delight for bird watchers as it is the home of the rare Hornbill species.

Best Time To Visit: Between September and January after the monsoon ends as there is a huge flow of water by then.
07

Gulmarg

Gulmarg, the crowning jewel of Kashmir, is one of the dream places to visit in India. It is called the ‘Meadow of Flowers’  for the view of lush green meadows, colourful blossoms, and white snowy mountains which are breathtaking enough to hypnotize the visitors. Alpather Lake, Drung Waterfall and Gulmarg Biosphere Reserve are the key attractions in Gulmarg. World’s second-highest Gondola Ride is available here along with other snow activities like skiing, golf, snow-boarding and ATV bike ride.

Best Time To Visit: December to February is the ideal time as there is enough snowfall for winter adventure sports.
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08

Auli

Enclosed by snow sheets, green fields, apple orchards and pine trees, there is no dearth of nature’s beauty at Auli making it one of the dream places to visit in India. Auli is a small yet picturesque town in the Garhwal region in Uttarakhand where nature shines with full glory. The Auli Ropeway is one of the longest in Asia that offers a great view of the Himalayan peaks. Along with Auli’s man-made lake, Chattrakund and Chenab are also beautiful lakes. Snow sports like skiing, trekking and camping are also present to satisfy the senses of adventure seekers.

Best Time To Visit: December to March
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09

Sikkim

Sikkim is the epitome of the beauty of the North East and is considered as a dream destination in India. Being a gateway to the Himalayas, Sikkim is known for its captivating mountain peaks, divine monasteries, clean environment and tranquil aura. It is also the home of different species of wildlife like snow leopards, wild goats, black bears, blue sheep, flying squirrels, and the famous red panda. The Buddhist monasteries and prayer flags fluttering everywhere are sure to take you into a trance.

Best Time To Visit: Between April and June. However, if you want to enjoy the snow, visit Sikkim during December and January.
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10

Thar Desert of Rajasthan

Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert covers the Jodhpur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer and Barmer districts of Rajasthan. Visitors can feel the powdery sands of the desert amidst the barren Aravalli hills. Desert Safari, Camel Safari and Jeep Safari are the buzzing attractions at Thar. Not only do you get to witness the camel rides but you can also stay at the Bedouin tents to enjoy sunrise and sunset. If you are looking for an adrenaline pumping experience, you can indulge in dune bashing or parasailing at Thar Desert of Rajasthan.

Best Time To Visit: Between September and November
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Excellent
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