20 Travel places you must go In Your 20s

The age of 20s is the time to explore, to experiment and take risks and what better than travelling? Travelling will give you insight which you cannot earn being in one place. So, here is a list of 20 travel places in India you must definitely go in your 20s.

Cheap holiday packages Cheap trip in India

 

  1. Camping in the Thar Desert.

The Thar Desert is expansive and adventurous. Do some camping in the desert under the clear skies. You will definitely love it.

Thar Desert in Rajasthan

  1. River rafting in Rishikesh.

The adventure hub of Rishikesh is famous for river rafting in Ganga. You should try it. The rapids, the beauty and the adventure will be refreshing.

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River Rafting Rishikesh

  1. Backpack across the North-East.

Backpacking is the best way to experience the mesmerizing sights of North East India. Unexplored you are out for an adventure

Darjeeling tourism

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Trek to Dudhsagar Falls.

The Dudhsagar Falls is a beauty and an adventure. Trek up the falls. You are in for breathtaking sights, new friends and cherished memories.

Trek to Dudhsagar Falls Trip to Dudhsagar Falls

 

  1. Safari the forests of Bandipur.

Bandipur is a Tiger Reserve in Mysore, Karnataka. Going for a safari will be exciting as you can sign Tigers really close

Wildlife jim Corbett

Elephas_maximus_(Bandipur)

 

  1. Tread on the Living Root Bridges of Mawlynnong.

Walking on bridges actually made out of living roots branching out from gigantic trees is not something you forget. This makes Mawlynnong on your list.

Tread on the Living Root Bridges of Mawlynnong

  1. Cycle through the Nilgiris.

The Nilgiris known as Blue Mountains are beautiful. Cycling through them will be a tset of adventures and you fitness level. 20s is perfect. Go for it!

Andanan

  1. Party at the Sunburn Festival in Goa

Party on Candolim Beach, Goa with thousands of young people from across the globe in the Sunburn Music Festival 2014. You will be thoroughly enjoy it.

Sunburn Festival in Goa 2014 Sunburn Festival in Goa

  1. Ride a bike from Manali to Leh.

One of the best routes to ride in the world, this majestic highway stretches for over 475 Km. go for it!

Yak Ride

  1. Watch the Aero show in Bangalore.

27 countries bring the best of aerospace technology in the world to Yelahanka, Bangalore. You must be there to watch a show.

  1. Experience the Rann of Kutch.

The Rann of Kutch in Gujarat is a white desert. You definitely cannot miss.

Rann of Kutch in India Rann of Kutch

  1. Scuba diving in the Andamans.

Silver sands and turquoise water, the Andamans is heaven. Go for a scuba tour & swim along the vibrant fish & corals.

 

  1. Trip to Corbett National Park

As far as Wildlife Sanctuaries go, Corbett is an adventure. Do not miss!

  1. Watch the Beating Retreat at Wagah Border.

Soak in patriotism and attend the “Lowering of the Flags” Ceremony at the Wagah Border, the only road crossing the border of Punjab and Pakistan.

  1. Relaxing trip to Gokarna

Relax on a beach, do nothing, sip drinks and all of these are possible in Gokarna.

  1. Take a boat ride in the Sunderbans.

Sundarban is the largest mangrove eco-system in the world, known for tigers and crocodiles. Adventure lies everywhere.

  1. Trek to the Valley of flowers.

The Valley of Flowers, located in the hills of Uttaranchal is a vast stretch of vibrant flowers such as Brahmakamal, Blue Poppy and the Cobra Lily. The sight is memorable.

  1. Skiing in Auli.

Auli is a sought after skiing destination in the snow capped peaks of Uttaranchal. Tere are courses to learn so. Join them!

  1. Paragliding in Solang.

The thrill of flying, the beautiful sights all and more is possible with paragliding in Solang Valley, Himachal Pradesh.

  1. Spitti Valley Trip

Spitti Valley is super scenic as you are amid ethereal Himalayan Mountains. Trekking here will be never forgotten

 

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