Top 20 Must Visit Tourist Places in India

India is home to thousands of tourist destinations, which are worth-visiting. The detail of Top 20 Must Visit Tourist Places in India is following:


  1. Floating Lake, Manipur

Situated close to Moirang in Manipur state (India), Loktak Lake, which is popular for the phumdis floating over it, is the largest freshwater lake in North-East India. This lake is also home to the singly floating national park in the globe named Keibul Lamjao, which floats over it. Being the humble dwelling of the endangered Manipur deer, Keibul Lamjao National Park is the place, which is as beautiful as it gets and provides its visitors unparalleled viewing of some scenery of nature.

Best Time to Visit: – June to January


  1. Dudhsagar Waterfall, Goa

Nestled at the distance of 60 kms from Panaji by road and being amongst the tallest waterfalls in India with an average width of 30 meters & a height of 310 meters, Dudhsagar with its literal meaning ‘A Sea of Milk’ is a four-tiered waterfall. Dudhsagar Waterfall is a mysterious place for most of the people visiting Goa every year.

Best Time to Visit: – June to September


  1. Majuli Island, Assam

Located amidst the mighty Brahmaputra River, Majuli Island, which is said to be the largest river island of the globe, flaunts unparalleled scenic views tending to vanish during monsoon as the island gets governed by the river.

Best Time to Visit: – Throughout the Year & November is the best month.


  1. Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Stood on a ridge of yellowish sandstone, crowned by a fort, Jaisalmer is a town in Rajasthan famous as a World Heritage Site. This place might provide very appealing rugged charm for the people who are fond of visiting sun-drenched and parched places.

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Best Time to Visit: – October to March


  1. Kutch, Gujarat

Having its literal meaning ‘something which intermittently becomes wet & dry’, Kutch, which is a district of Gujarat, has a large part famous as Rann being a shallow wetland, which submerges in water during the rainy season and becomes dry during other seasons. The Runn is popular for its marshy salt flats, which become snow white after the shallow water dries up every season before the monsoon rains.

Best Time to Visit: – October to March


  1. Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand

Being a high-altitude valley with the abundant variety of flora and uncountable species of flowers, Valley of Flowers, which is also home to several endangered species such as Asiatic black bear, blue sheep and brown bear, is a national park in the state of Uttarakhand famous for its grasslands of endemic alpine flowers and the variety of flora.

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Best Time to Visit: – Throughout the Year & the best month is August.


  1. Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

Claimed by both the Republic of China as a part of South Tibet and the People’s Republic of China, Tawang district, which is historically pertaining to Tibetan territory, is the place where the culture of India meets Chinese and provides its visitors the feeling of being in two places simultaneously.

Best Time to Visit: – March to June


  1. Lonar Crater, Maharashtra

Now popularly famous as Lonar Crater, a vast crater, which was caused by a meteorite somewhere close to Pune thousands of years before, is said by a legend. Visitors have no option to come to know as the how much of this undocumented tale is made up, but the splendid panoramic view of the crater and the feel are breathtaking.

Best Time to Visit: – October to February


  1. Orchha, Madhya Pradesh

Established by Rudra Pratap, Orchha is famous for the exquisite Jahangir Mahal, a tiered palace, which provides its watchers the chance of taking the spectacular view of soaring temples spires and cenotaphs from it. The vibrant murals in the Raj Mahal and Laxminarayan Temple, which encompass a variety of secular and religious themes, bring the ceilings and walls to life. Colors to the poignant history of Orchha are added by the Stern, the temples and the shrines in the neighborhood.

Best Time to Visit: – September to March


  1. Lansdowne, Uttarakhand

Named after Lord Lansdowne, Viceroy of India, Lansdowne is a picturesque cantonment town, which is famous for Tip ’n’ Top View Point offering splendid glimpses of surrounding Shivalik Hills. The other main tourist attractions are Santoshi Mata Temple, Bhullatal Lake and Regimental Museum.

Best Time to Visit: – March to October


  1. Lepchajagat, West Bengal

Being a blissful getaway destination for lovers of nature, Lepchajagat, which is a high altitude village close to Darjeeling hill town, is  a famous honeymoon destination owing to the natural and romantic feel of the place. At present, Lepchajagat, which is a famous tourist place, is renowned for glimpses of Mount Kanchenjunga.

Best Time to Visit: – June to January


  1. Ladakh

Ladakh is a paradise for mountaineers. This destination is home to Pangong Lake, which has already made its debut in several films with its charm of the panorama. Ladakh, which has everything from the mystery of magnetic hill to the panoramic glimpse of the charming Leh City, is a perfect place to be visited.

Best Time to Visit: – June to September


  1. Mandu, Madhya Pradesh

Being an homage to the love shared between Baz Bahadur and his wife named Rani Roopmati, Mandu, which is home to Jahaj Mahal, an architectural gem & a charming experience for all the lovers of nature, is a famous getaway destination for people residing in Indore and other main cities in the state of Madhya Pradesh.

Best Time to Visit: – June to October


  1. Goa

Also called the ‘Capital of Beaches’, Goa is the place, which is looked up by everybody for a relaxing weekend. Old Goan feels, the Churches and the Miami like beaches are worth-exploring.

Best Time to Visit: – November to May


  1. McLeodganj, Dharamshala

Being a suburb of Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, McLeodganj, which is home to the Dalai Lama, is the beginning point for some exhilarating treks into the lofty mountains is one of the most irresistible destinations in North India. Opening up doors for all the trekkers around the globe, McLeodganj offers the best views during the winters.

Best Time to Visit: – December to May


  1. Alleppey, Kerala

Nestled in the ‘God’s Own Country’, Kerala, Alleppey, which is closest to Nature & stunningly beautiful, is one of the most heavenly places in India. Alleppey was rightly called the ‘Venice of the East’ by Lord Curzon, the Viceroy of the Indian Empire, back in the 20th century.

Best Time to Visit: – June to September


  1. Andaman Islands

Being renowned for its charm and underwater sports such as snorkeling, scuba diving, etc., Andaman is the right place to quench the thirst of knowing what lies beneath the surface of the endless ocean.

Best Time to Visit: – October to May


  1. Coorg, Karnataka

Called the ‘Scotland of India’, the Orange County, Coorg is the place, which allows its visitors the feeling of the land to infuse very being and coax softly on a personal journey of exploration. Tourists are provided with a paradise like sense of being near to the nature by the cocooned comforts of a lush Coorg.

Best Time to Visit: – November to April


  1. Zuluk, Sikkim

Being a high altitude village with a small population, Zuluk is a small village near a zig-zag road which once was a transit point to the historic Silk Route from Tibet to India. The view point called Thambi presents a panoramic glimpse of the splendid Mountain Range if tourists travel a bit through Zuluk, one of the offbeat and the emerging destination in the state of Sikkim.

Best Time to Visit: – March to June


  1. Mawphlang, Meghalaya

Having been the center of medival activity in the Khasi Hills and Presbyterian Church of Wales during the 1890s, Mawphlang, which is a famous tourist destination in Meghalaya, is a village in the Khasi Hills of this state.

Best Time to Visit: – Throughout the Year & the best month is July.