1.Manali (Himachal Pradesh, India)
Starting the list off with a place thavt is really close to every Indian’s heart, not because of the scintillating beauty that this place offers but because it has something for everyone that makes this place less of a destination and more of a home. The Rohtang Pass, located on the Pir Pinjal Range of the Himalayas offers the most beautiful mountain views in the world. There is provision for the thrill-seeking adventurous wanderers to go skiing, trekking and even mountain biking to get the true essence of this majestic yet rustic land. The incredible architecture of the Naggar Castle is a perfect blend of European and Himalayan culture that none can miss visiting. From the snow-clad Solang Valley to the ancient cave of Hidimba Devi Temple, from the sumptuous green pastures of Manali Sanctuary to the otherworldly beauty of hot sulfur springs. Manali is literally a quaint little place that exudes such exotic charm that no other place ever can.
The world knows of the Giza pyramids but this capital city of the Old Kingdom still remains one of the favourite destinations to visit for history enthusiasts like you. This 5000 years old city is the home to the country’s some of the most ancient remaining wonders like that of a monumental statue of Ramses II and also the historic sphinx weighing at a glorious eighty tons. This World Heritage Site enjoys an “open-air museum” status and truly deserves a visit as soon as possible because of very little remains of this city, also known as the seat of their God Ptah.