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Places to visit post lockdown in India

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Are you feeling stuck and looking for places to visit post lockdown. Then you are in the right place.

We know it is exhausting and depressing to sit at home. As we all want to pack our bags and go to places amidst lockdown.

So why not start planning now?

There are several places in our country where you can plan your visit to have fun and rejuvenate your soul.

Additionally, the places mentioned below have no or very fewer cases of COVID-19 at this point.

Here are the few places to visit post lockdown in India-:

Goa beach

A state on the southwestern coast of India. It is the smallest state of India by area.

You can visit there with your friends, family, or enjoy your solo trip in its mesmeric beauty.

It has beautiful white-sand beaches, world heritage listed architecture, nightlife, rich flora, and fauna.

The popular places which you can visit post lockdown in Goa are-:

It is also known as ‘Queen of Beaches’, situated in North Goa.

It has clubs and shacks where you can also enjoy the culinary fare at an array of shacks.

The number of shows performed on the beach like open-air dance, rock, pop beat shows, etc.

It is a hilltop fort at North Goa. The highlight of the fort is a four-story lighthouse, beautiful ambiance, and series of prison cells.

Its architecture is magnificent and it’s a great spot to watch the sunset.

Markets in Goa showcase the items which are a mix of both India and Portuguese.

Anjuna market is famous for handicrafts, jewelry, clothing. The Panjim market is the largest in Goa. It’s Famous for Local Wine.

If you want to purchase local clothes, and accessories then Saturday Night Bazar at Arpora is the best bet for you.

You can also purchase home decor, fruits, vegetables, etc.

Besides, there are other shopping hubs where you can visit in Goa.

India’s largest waterfall is the Dudhsagar waterfall. It is a four-tier waterfall formed by the Mandodari river.

Way to Sikkim

A state in northeastern India with natural breathtaking beauty you must not miss.

No wonder state’s lush green mountain valleys, beautiful high altitude lakes, forest reserves will rejuvenate your spirit.

The beautiful places you can visit post lockdown in Sikkim are-:

Gangtok is the capital of Sikkim. Here you can enjoy trekking and camping on the Himalaya mountain ranges.

The place has a never-ending walking path alongside beautiful fir trees.

You can visit Nathula pass and enjoy views of the Chumbi valley of Tibet along with snow-laden mountains.

Khardunga La pass is a high mountain pass in the Ladakh region and is the world’s highest motorable pass.

Popularly known as Changu lake has a serene beauty. It is only 38 km away from Gangtok.

The lake remains frozen in winter but in summer it reflects the views of nearby peaks and bright blue sky.

You can enjoy ice skating, a yak ride, and trekking.

Flowers like Irish, blue and yellow poppies, primulas growing near the lake are key attractions.

It is an old historic town that has an uninterrupted trail for trekkers.
Its beauty is jaw-dropping.

The village provides access to the base camp of Mount Kanchenjunga.

The main highlight of the town includes historical monuments, peaceful waterfalls, clean lakes, and ancient monasteries.

Other popular places to visit in Sikkim are Ravangla, Namchi, Lachung, Pelling, Zuluk, and many more.

If you do not wish to be away from civilization after this lockdown but still want to enjoy some peaceful time in the lap of nature, then plan a trip to Meghalaya.

It is one of the most beautiful hilly states in northeastern India.

The state is the wettest state of India and forest covers almost 70% of its area.

It is one of the wettest places on earth with the highest rainfall during the year.

The popular waterfalls of Cherrapunji are Dain-Thlen, Kynrem, and Nohkalikai.

The famous attraction here is the living root bridge, Mawsmai caves, seven sister falls, the garden of caves, and eco-park.

The misty valleys and the waterfalls in the region make a long drive ideal for those who love road trips.

Shillong is the capital of Meghalaya. It is known as the ‘Scotland of East’.

The beautiful golf courses, clear lakes, zoos, mountain peaks, etc attract many tourists from around the world.

The light rainfall and cool breeze refresh your soul.

Shilong is the gateway of Meghalaya as its main airport is in Shilong.

Elephant falls has an elephant-like stone at its foot. It is one of the most popular falls in North-East.

It refers to ‘Ka Kshaid Lai Pateng Khohsiew’ by the locals which means ‘The Three Step Waterfalls’, as these falls consist of three fascinating falls in sequence.

The first waterfall is tuck between thick trees.

The second waterfall reduces to thin strands of water and almost negligible in winter.

The third waterfall is the tallest and most visible.

The third waterfall attracts the tourists as the water flow like a sheet of milk on the dark rocks in the backdrop.

It is famous for its roots made up of roots of the Indian rubber tree.

It is 3 km long with a height of 2400 feet large in size. The Umshiang river flows beneath the bridge.

It gets its name because the bridge has two decks or layers created due to the entanglement of roots.

The surrounding of the bridge is full of rich flora and fauna. You can also take a dip in the refreshing water under the bridge.

Additional attractions of Meghalaya are Mawlynnong, Krang Suri falls, Caves, Monoliths, Elephant falls, etc.

Man on top of the mountain

Another beautiful place you can visit is Nagaland.

The rich culture of Nagas and other tribes along with the mesmerizing beauty of hills and valleys spread everywhere take away your blues.

Best places to explore on the trip to Nagaland are-:

The capital of Nagaland is a must-visit. Bestow with untouched beauty and eternal environment.

With its hight at 1500 meters above sea level, you can indulge in trekking, hiking, and camping in the region.

On the battleground of Garrison hill lies Kohima War Cemetery. It contains 1420 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War one must visit.

Other attractions are Kohima State museum, naga heritage village, japfu peak, etc.

It is at the border of the Indian states of Nagaland and Manipur.

The valley of flower is known for its natural beauty, seasonal flowers, flora, and fauna

Here you can enjoy nature as well as the history of Nagaland.

It is the largest and fastest-growing city in Nagaland.

Must visit places are Rangapahar Reserve Forest, Kachari ruins, triple falls, etc.

From the above mention places, you can take cues of places to visit post lockdown in India.

Hence, these places are least affected by the pandemic. So you can enjoy your trip there without worrying about your health.

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