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Do you want to travel to India? Are you curious about this country? If your answer is yes, keep reading! In this article, you will find an organized list of all the places to see in India. We are sure that you did not expect that there would be so many things to see and do in India.

Traveling to India is an exceptional experience. We believe that it is a country that you have to go to at least once in your life. They say that India is loved or hated, and now we understand why. India changes you; yes… this is how it is! Or at least it changed us. This country talks about sensations, contrasts, smells, chaos, and religion. In short, a mixture of too many things.

We believe that it is a journey you must live from the heart, let yourself go, and try not to look for the reason for many questions. We are not going to deceive you. It is a challenging but incredible country, which we fell in love with. Now it's time to know how you can organize your trip to North India.

Let's start then!

Summarizing India in just a few places is an impossible task. This country is so extensive in kilometers and culture that it escapes any attempt to synthesize it in any list. There are many places to see in India that deserve to be visited at least once in a lifetime.

Because India is an incredible country that will never leave you indifferent, we leave you a selection of incredible places to see in North India. Northern India stretches from the Pakistan border to the Bay of Bengal. The most popular destinations on a trip to North India are known as the Golden Triangle and Varanasi. We leave you a selection of magnificent places to see in North India.

Selection of magnificent places to see in North India

Karni Mata

If there is an impressive and, at the same time, unsuitable for the honorable place in North India, it is Karni Mata or the Temple of the Rats as it is also known. Here, thousands of rats roam freely, considered sacred animals fed daily by followers of Hinduism who show their adoration through offerings of milk and food. Legend has it that there is a white one and that if you see it, one of your wishes will come true. We were lucky to see her.

Taj Mahal

This is one of the main dishes of North India in Rajasthan. Hidden behind the walls of the Gates of Paradise, the Taj Mahal is a jewel designed for the enjoyment of a privileged few. Hence Agra, the city where it is located, jealously hides it. We could not see a single detail of the Taj Mahal during our visit until we practically passed through one of the gates that protect it. The Taj Mahal is considered a diamond of India, a beautiful sign of love, and one of those places that you have to see once in a lifetime. Of course, you better be patient because the entrance queue is long and is divided between men and women. Also, beware of pickpockets because even though India is a safe country in this regard, so many tourists per square meter are concentrated in the Taj Mahal that many hustlers have it as their headquarters.


One of the most tourist cities in this area of ​​India and a sacred place of pilgrimage for Hindus. Many tourists come to Pushkar looking for this incredible corner in India where they can rest and escape from the chaos surrounding the rest of the cities. Although some forms of picaresque with tourists have come together in recent years, we assure you that if you leave the most touristic area, you will find one of the most beautiful places in India.

Amber Fort

Amber Fort is one of the largest and most impressive of all that you can find in Rajasthan. It is a must-visit for any traveler, a must-see place in North India. Its walls, history, and jewels evoke the visitor's ancient times, wars, fights between maharajas, and legendary stories between princes and princesses. I am not attracted to the stories of the aristocracy, but I have to admit that these walls immerse you in their history in an uncontrollable way.

Looking up and seeing the rooms from which the Maharajah and his wives watched the world or being present in the square where the princes were crowned. A negative point of this place is that it is here where the elephants are exploited to carry out tours for tourists.


The name of this city located in Himachal Pradesh means "house of spiritual rest," The landscape combination that surrounds it undoubtedly lives up to its name. But if the long walk through the mountains of abundant vegetation, waterfalls, and rivers, passing through small mountain villages are not enough to attract your attention, there is a fact that attracts millions of people from all over the world to the city every year.

There is where the Dalai Lama, spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism, currently lives, along with most people exiled from Tibet by Chinese forces in the 1960s. This has led to a much more relaxed pace in the city than in the rest of the country. Buddhist temples, prayer wheels, and Tibetan craft stalls abound.

Chand Baori

The Baori are wells with staggered patterns. The stairs were used to collect the water so that people could go up and down without any difficulty due to the hustle and bustle. They have also been used for religious services. This Baori is considered one of India's most prominent and deepest stepped cisterns. It has 3,500 steps on 13 levels and a depth of 20 meters. You can hire an excursion from Jaipur. It is one of many places to see in India that deserves to be known.

Varanasi, the cradle of Hinduism

It is an extraordinary city. For us, it is the one that contains the true essence of India. However, we warn you that it is the one that people usually like the least. It is one of the holy cities of Hinduism in India. If you want to know Hinduism, its customs and traditions, you cannot miss visiting Varanasi. The worst and the best of India are found in this city.

  • In India the most important and sacred river is Ganges River . People bathe in this river to cleanse themselves of their sins. Walking through the ghats and sitting down to watch the life of the Ganges is a must.
  • Attend the Aarti ceremony:  at sunset, the famous Aarti ceremony takes place, a spiritual ritual based on fire, dance, and lights. We will tell you how to attend the ceremony and other information in our post, itinerary through North India.
  • Cruise on the Ganges:  we recommend you take a boat ride at dawn to feel how Varanasi wakes up and contemplates the city from another point of view.
  • Manikarnika Crematorium or other: we know that it is a reasonably strong recommendation and that not everyone wants to do it. However, we think it is an essential visit if you want to know more about the latent beliefs in the country. There are several crematoria along the Ganges, on the banks of the Ganges. These places marked us a lot.


Popularly known as the Monkey Temple, this place is one of the most exciting places. It is hidden in the forest, surrounded by mountains with a thick fog, just 10 km from Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan.
As its name indicates, the temple is invaded by monkeys, who have made these sacred walls their home. The visit, of course, impresses. Especially if the group of macaques that accompanies you during the tour starts to fight ruthlessly before you, despite the aggressiveness with which the monkeys treat each other, there is no danger. You can enjoy this remote place without fear.


Located 3,500 meters above sea level, this isolated city is hardly relatable to one's image of India. The clean streets, the cold air, and the arid mountains are the most obvious reasons, but there is also that calm rhythm experienced in small towns, especially in the mountains.

One of the bastions of Buddhism in northern India, it is the starting point for a considerable number of treks that go into the Himalayas, which can be accessed through a travel agency or by renting a motorcycle and touring on your own.

But for those who do not want to stray too far from the comfort of their hostel, there are still extraordinary places to visit in the town itself: The Leh Palace built in the image and likeness of the Lhasa Palace. The view of these places is simply amazing.


The decadence of the colonial architecture of the city of Calcutta contrasts with the vibrant life that is breathed in its streets. Personal space does not exist in the capital of West Bengal. Street restaurants, saree shops, buses, rickshaws… Everything is intertwined in a complicated network that never seems to come out.

Imagine meeting it during one of its famous festivals if the regular days in Kolkata are already quite a spectacle. In autumn, for example, Durga Puja is celebrated, one of the most important celebrations for Bengalis. The lights, the improvised temples in the streets, and the elegant saris of the women make this hectic city of India even more special.

Try Indian food

Of course, it is a must in every rule. Also, we who are passionate about Indian food, we got purple! We recommend you try many of its traditional dishes. In our Recommendations publication before your trip to North India (coming soon), we leave you some of the best places to try Indian food and the most famous dishes of this cuisine that is so peculiar and…..somewhat spicy!!

North India, An incredible Journey.

Inner evolution is the sound bite among travel enthusiasts worldwide, as we are all desperate for ways to delve deep within ourselves to reflect on our lives. Inner evolution is the watchword among travel enthusiasts worldwide, as we are all desperate for ways to delve deep within ourselves to reflect on our lives.

Introspective journey to India

A trip to India helps you connect with your soul, a self-reflective, inward-looking journey while away from your home. All over the world, reflective travel packages are being offered more and more as many people are looking for a vacation that helps them get in touch with their feelings, which is impossible to do in our hectic daily lives.

We have lost touch with what we are feeling and cannot even understand half the time why we are anxious, irritated, or feel disconnected from everything and almost everyone around us. There is a sense of urgency in our need to escape these busy lives, and so we are looking for journeys that inspire us, teach us something new, transform us or leave our minds still for a while.

The process of the transformational journey is about doing something when you travel that can open your mind in a way that cannot close once you get home into your daily routine. The introspective traveler is looking for something that allows the small moments of life to be elevated into evolutionary experiences. These experiences provide a deep sense of achievement on a highly personalized level. Travel is almost inherently transformative if one embraces its uncertainty.

Looking Inside

The traveler is now on the lookout for destinations he can explore on foot or by bicycle. Even in culinary tourism and adventure activities like hiking, mountaineering, cycling, and diving, people seek ways to awaken something profound in them that may have been dormant for a while. You need to consciously seek out experiences that help you immerse yourself in the journey of self-exploration while away from home.

Awareness Journey

India is one of the magical places for those who wish to take an awareness journey. Meditating in a forest or engaging in collective farming and meeting people from different walks of life during the journey arouses positive emotions. The key is to stop, think, reflect and apply those transformations in our daily life.

The ever-evolving traveler still desires tailor-made experiences, but personal fulfillment and self-improvement are now taking precedence.

How to design an experiential trip to North India?

Ask yourself why: it's not just about where you are going and what you plan to do when you are there. What's your motivation, inspiration?

Consciously plan itineraries. Ensure physical activity, time outdoors, and immersion in the local culture every trip.

If you know a few local Indian words, you can ask questions about traditional practices or beliefs and get to know the people who make the place you are visiting so special.

A travel experience outside of your standard travel itineraries can be a powerful tool to help you connect with your inner feelings.
Some useful tips!

If you have a dream of going to India, the land of dreams. Then this precious land is waiting for you! Of course, a visit to north India requires preparation. It has its laws, culture, and traditions, which must be observed. This land can be endowed with various epithets and Infinitum, but no matter what dreams and desires lead you there, a few tips will never hurt.

What is the best time to travel?

India's beauty is forever beauty, and you can visit at any time of the year. But generally, October to March is the most suitable time for a visit. However, if you choose the country's highlands, the summer.


In the summer, traveling in the north is possible in short-sleeved clothing, and cotton is best. In winter, sweaters and jackets will be required in the north (in the mountainous regions in the north - even jackets with fur). Women are advised not to wear sleeveless blouses, miniskirts, shorts, and other revealing clothing.

Public transport

In the major cities of India, a bus network has been developed. You can use taxi services and three-wheel auto rickshaws. Buses can be used to travel between cities. Traveling by train in India is safe and relatively comfortable if you use air-conditioned first or second-class carriages or air-conditioned seated carriages. It is pretty challenging to drive a car on your own due to the disorganization of local drivers, often creating dangerous situations.

Well, the main advice for a trip to India.
Do not believe anyone's stories, advice, and feelings. Let India show itself from all sides, and then you can draw your conclusions!
And let your trip to India be wonderful.

Last words

Undoubtedly, North India hides a thousand more secrets, a thousand places waiting to be discovered by the most curious of travelers. It is a changing and beautiful land, with amazing landscapes, picturesque towns, friendly people, and cultures as old as they are fantastic. These are the essential things to see in India, specifically on your way through northern India.

If you want us to advise you or help you organize your trip to North India, do not hesitate to contact us. And also, if it is the first time you are traveling to this country, we recommend you look at our India for First Timers publication on information to travel to India.