Top Indian Destinations Your Camera Should Not Miss Out On
India has no shortage of scenic places. Beaches, hills, forests, rivers, lakes, seas, wildlife reserves, entire cities; you name it, India has got it. If you plan to go to any of these places, going without a camera would be considered criminal.
The photos you click at these beautiful places would make for marvellous memories, no matter when you see them in the future. Wondering where to go for photography tours in India? Let's find out!
Situated in North India, the state of Rajasthan has everything. The Thar Desert, iconic forts and monuments, royal palaces, a hill-station, and a culture that draws tourists to India from all over the world. Visit any of Rajasthan's top cities, and you would find out why taking out your camera is a great idea. These cities include the likes of Ajmer, the state capital Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, and Udaipur.
Enquire about Kerala at any travel agency in India, and you would know why this South Indian state has such a great reputation amongst photographers. Kerala's beautiful backwaters, coupled with its rolling hills, are cherished by cameramen. It has its fair share of famous forts as well. Popular destinations in Kerala for photographers include Alleppey, Cochin, Kumarakom and Munnar.
JAMMU AND KASHMIR
The Kashmir Valley, nestled in extreme North India is truly heaven on Earth. Likemytrip tour packages to Kashmir would take you on a journey of scenic destinations like Pahalgam and Sonamarg. Trade the lush greenery of the Kashmir Valley for the Ladakhi Valley, and you would find yourself photographing some of the most rugged landscapes on the planet.
Capture the beauty of the Himalayas at its best in the lush green valleys of Uttarakhand in North India. The state is also one of the best places for wildlife photography in India, thanks to the Jim Corbett National Park, which is home to a wide variety of birds, animals and plants.
Apart from being home to one of India's most well-known cities in Bengaluru, Karnataka has a ton of photogenic places. Coorg, or Kodagu as it is locally known, is a fantastic hill-station and is filled with hills, waterfalls, and a national park as well. The temple town of Hampi is full of architectural marvels from ancient times, and if you are looking for pristine beaches minus Goa's commercialism, head to Gokarna.
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