Places to Visit in India With The Girls
A girl-gang has the potential to have immense amounts of fun. We’ve all seen those movies where boys get together to hit a road trip to some exotic destination in the world and finding their purpose in life. But everything doesn’t have to be so melodramatic. You can always just want some fun during a trip. So, if your next trip is with your gang of girls ready to have the time of their lives, you really don’t want to overlook India. Not that you need much convincing, but here are some places to visit with the ladies in India if you’re unsure of where to enjoy.
Why should boys have all the motorbike fun in the treacherous roadways leading to Ladakh? You girls can always find ways to make your trip a highly adventurous one. Ladakh has a landscape of fresh snowy powder that is sure to take your breath away. Selfies amidst the rocky white hills and adrenaline-pumping lakes would probably be quite wonderful even without filters. Indulge in kayaking, rafting, yak-safari, trekking, skiing and cycling in the dangerous yet amazing routes of Ladakh and you’ll come home exhausted of adventure.
Winter comes in calming yet adventurous ways in Sikkim, and it is one place that a girl gang should never overlook. The Himalayas are a paradisiac drug and Sikkim is no exception when it comes to that. Everything you can do in the northern regions of India and more is easily available in Sikkim. Fill your heart’s desire of being an adventurous gal who can’t get enough adrenaline in her system. The mountain slopes of Sikkim are a major attraction for passionate travellers. Plus, if you’re a photography-lover, you’ve got some great opportunities to flaunt your talent when in this beautiful place.
4. Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Now that we’ve handled the wintry parts of India, let’s sail underwater. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands will leave no stone unturned when fulfilling your water-sport wishes. Not only that, the beaches are exotic and the food is indulgent along with the ample scuba-diving opportunities that’ll certainly leave you awestruck. What better way to spend your girl-best-friend vacation than to dive into the stunning waters and swimming with the sea-creatures. You can totally feel like a mermaid in those lovely diving sessions at Andaman and Nicobar.
Delicate French wine and architecture blended with some indulgent south-Indian culture, what more could you ask for? Kick back with your gal-pals and breathe in the serene beaches of Pondicherry, take a cycling tour of this quaint town, and dine at the cool French restaurants with the ladies. Pondicherry is an adorable little town in the south and you’d probably have too much relaxing fun here. It will make you want to not go back home. Pondicherry also has some amazing architecture if you’re into that, and the resorts there have great opportunities for the lazy in you to have a restful vacation.
If you fancy some yoga and meditation with a dash of spirituality, Rishikesh is the place for you. Even if you’ve got some more adventurous streak left in you, river rafting in Rishikesh’s dangerous waters is a perfect way to bring in those thumping heartbeats. There are ashrams for yoga and meditation with spas to make your girly holiday an extremely relaxing one given the amount of spiritual enlightenment you’ll achieve there. Trekking opportunities in Rishikesh are endless, so if you’re ready to pull on your backpack and hike up and down the hills of this town, go ahead and grab your besties for some adventure-time. You can always meditate and find peace of mind later!
You can either be an adventure lover or a relaxing agent when it comes to touring India, because you’ll find that there’s everything in almost every place of the country. So, don’t let anything stop you the next time you want a trip to India with your girls only gang!
Rohit Agarwal, TransIndiaTravels | January 3, 2017
As a lover of traveling and writing, Rohit’s blogs on TransIndiaTravels.com give a lot of knowledge through his many experiences of touring the most amazing locations of India.