India offers a great diverse heritage to the tourist thronging from all over the world. India is a great composure of extraordinary attractions and offers an assorted set of destinations which can’t be found anywhere else in the world.
India possesses one of the oldest civilizations in the world whose roots originate from Northern India. Here we will discuss why one should never miss visiting North India when coming to tour India. North India is a great balance of different climate, culture, language, costume, and many geographical differences. From the snow-capped Himalayan peaks to the Thar Desert of Rajasthan, from the natural beauty of Kashmir to the traditional beauty of Varanasi, North India is a great place to stay in India. So, check out the 8 reasons to visit North India before any other hill station.
One of the major attractions of North India is history. The land of Northern India has experienced great fights in the past for crown and freedom. The historical beauty which Northern India brings to you are Jaigarh Fort of Jaipur, Humayun’s Tomb, The Red Fort, City Palace in Jaipur, Amer Fort in Jaipur, Lodo Gardens, Jaisalmer Fort in Jaisalmer, Nishat Gardens and many more.
2. Hill Stations
When you are looking for the hill station visit in India, the first place which comes to mind is Northern India. Northern India is attributed with some of the most amazing hills stations. In the hill stations, you will get to explore lush greenery, beautiful lakes, and rivers, mountain ranges with an amazing site of mighty Himalayas. The top hill stations in North India are Nainital, Manali, Shimla, Mussoorie, Gulmarg, Dalhousie, Auli, Dharamshala, and Ranikhet.
3. Eclectic Culture
Each of the Northern Indian states has their own and distinct culture of cuisine, attire, and dialect which is great to experience. One’s trip to India will be counted as incomplete if they haven’t clicked images in these north Indian attires. Other than this, enjoy the delicious north Indian cuisines in India. Sarson da saag, Kadhi pakora, Lassi, Daal-Baati, Churma, Halwa, Imarti, Bal Mithai, Mughlai Dishes of Lucknow are some of the most delicious cuisines of North India whose taste can’t be matched with any other dish in the whole world. Apart from all these, the traditional music, dance, art is also interesting to inspect.
4. Spiritual Awakening
Tradition and ritual are the two main things which connect India. Nothing is more beautiful than watching the rise of the sun from the port of the Ganga with a sight of awe-inspiring natural landscapes. The most sensational sacred destination to explore in North India are Varanasi, Rishikesh, Haridwar, Amritsar, Bodhgaya.
5. Challenging Trekking Routes
North India is full of Challenging trekking routes followed by spectacular views. One can’t compare the trekking routes of India with any of other countries as they are just incomparable. Enjoy the most scintillating and amazing trekking routes in North India like Chadar Lake Trek (Ladakh), Rupin Pass Trek (Uttarakhand), Roop Kund Trek (Uttarakhand), Lamkhaga Pass Trek (Uttarakhand & Himachal Pradesh), Stok Kangri Trek (Ladakh), Pin Parvati Trek (Himachal Pradesh), Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek (Sikkim).
6. Wildlife in India
Just like the dinner is incomplete without sweets, North India tour is incomplete without a visit to a National Park or Wildlife Sanctuaries. Catch the snaps of some of the most amazing Flora and Fauna in the Jim Corbett National Park, followed by the sight of many endangered species in many other National Parks and Sanctuaries of North India. Dachigam National Park, Sariska National Park, Rajaji National Park, Dudhwa National Park, Ranthambore National Park, etc are some of the must-visit national parks and sanctuaries.
7. Memorable Road Trips
Road Trips helps in exploring life across different places. The winding roads with offbeat tracks can even impose a challenge to the driver, but that is all adventure and memories. Some of the most amazing road trips which one can enjoy in North India are Dehradun to Nainital, Manali- Leh, Delhi – Leh, Dehradun to Kasauli, Jaipur to Udaipur, Jaipur to Jaisalmer, Delhi to Dehradun, Delhi to Rishikesh.
8. UNESCO World Heritage Sites
We can say, India is the hub of UNESCO World Heritage Sites as there are a number of sites in India whose beauty is being recognized by UNESCO. Some of the most amazing UNESCO World Heritage Sites which you can enjoy in North India are Taj Mahal, Khajuraho, Bodh Gaya, Red Fort Complex, Jantar Mantar, Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Mountain Railways of India, etc.
These are the 8 reasons to visit North India before any other hill station. Other than all these, one can explore the beauty of temples and enjoy the various traditional festivals in India. Hope you enjoy reading this. Thanks for reading, visit Tripping India for more!