My Top Picks For Where To Go When You're Travel-Ready!

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What do you think the future of tourism would look like? I thoroughly believe that whenever things go back to "normal", our main focus should be to boost the economy of our country, and travel can be a major contributing factor to it - EXPLORE INDIA. FOR INDIA.

I am sure if we all will stand together in this as well then Indian tourism will boost drastically, there are a lot of things you can imagine will change with this one thought so I am going to travel only in India for the next 2 years at least what about you?

Don't worry I have compiled a list of places that you can explore in within India - EXPLORE INDIA FOR INDIA. (Be Vocal For Local)

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The states I am mentioning here are totally depends on tourism and I have been there many times always had conversation with the locals and on number one its hands down Himachal Pradesh as this state has another level of tourist attraction and there are many many places in this state which you can't get bore if you already been there even.

But if you will ask me personally my favorite places in Himachal Pradesh then its Spiti Valley, Tirthan valley, Parashar, Bir, Macelodganj list is big but if you live in north India then you can easily plan weekend trip to Himachal:)

Key Monastery Spiti

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Parashar Lake (Tirthan Valley)

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This state is also purely depends on tourism from guest houses, hostels to cabs to rental bikes to water sports to tour guide every person of the family do there job around tourism and Goa has my heart I personally visit Goa every year since 4 years now and every time it gives me immense joy:) I am eagerly waiting for the lockdown to be end soon so that I can book my tickets and fly to GOA.

Condolim beach South Goa

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Arunachal Pradesh is the most beautiful among the seven sisters. SeLa Pass is the access point to Tawang and is a steep rise that is covered with snow for most of the year. It is safe to travel. However, for your information both Dzuko Valley and Keibul Lamjao National Park are located in Manipur, not in Nagaland. Best travel places in North East are Sikkim, Guwahati, Shillong, Dawki, Cherrapunjee, Mawlynnong, Tawang, Ziro Valley.

But I have only been to Sikkim, Darjeeling, Guwahati and Shilong I had big plan for the month of April 25 days trip to Meghalaya and Nagaland but it got canceled reason you know:(

TOSMGO LAKE Gangtok Sikkim

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Simply heaven, Uttarakhand or Uttaranchal is known for its natural beauty of the Himalayas, the Bhabhar and the Terai grasslands and savannas. The Simply Heaven on earth, Uttarakhand is often referred to as the Devbhumi or Land of the Gods due to the many Hindu temples and pilgrimage centre.

Just before lockdown On February 2020 I went to Tunganath Chopta for snow trek it was life time experience TBH I bet you to go there once in your life and thank me later detailed vlog is already on my Youtube channel you can check that out.

But if you yet not explored Uttarakhand then start of with Rishikesh, Mussoorie, Nainital, Jim Corbett national park, Haridwar, Kedarnath, badrinath and a lot more:)

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I can't say much about this place but its been on my bucket list since long and every year trip to pondicherry got canceled because of small reasons but this year 2020 I marked this as my go to place no matter whatever happen but who thought that Ghar se Bahar nikalna phi ban ho jaega :P

Pondicherry is synonymous with the Aurobindo Ashram. Founded by Sri Aurobindo and Mirra Alfassa (The Mother) in 1926, it is one of the major highlights of Pondicherry and is visited by thousands of people from all over the world.

All I know is Pondicherry is on my bucket list.

Hope you guys find this blog interesting if you did then comment below and let me know what's your bucket list for travel Post lockdown?