Choosing an Indian Resort: 5 Popular Destinations

What do you conjure up thinking about India? Music and dances of Bollywood movies, the exhilaration of Goa beaches, or ancient temples? India is multifaceted – tourists find there everything they expect to find, and more. Even the resorts here can be a separate attraction. If you’ve heard about Goa but want to have a better idea of India destinations, we prepared a list of top 5 tourist destinations in India. This article is based on the opinion of brides online.


Gujarat is famous for its national parks and reserves, where you can see some rare species such as four-horned antelopes. Gujarat’s coastline is the longest in India (1600 km), but most beaches are not suitable for swimming due to intense waves and doubtful purity of water.

Recommended beaches:

Ahmedpur Mandvi Beach and Diu Island. A long beach is perfect for walking thanks to the dense sand. There is a bridge connecting Mandvi and Diu Island – a former Portugal’s possession, where you can see colonial buildings.

Dwarka Beach. From the city of Dwarka you can get to the island of the same name by ferry. Just 15 minutes and you are on a sandy beach surrounded by the coral reefs. This resort is perfect for families with children, as its aquatic life is diverse and entertaining – sea turtles, dolphins, octopuses, starfish, etc.


Any list of India top travel destinations would be incomplete without Goa. The most popular and developed resort in India, explored by tourists through and through, owes its discovery to the hippies that laid the foundation of the tourist industry in India. The Goa coastline is divided into two parts – northern and southern. Southern Goa is better suitable for a tranquil, luxurious vacation, while the northern region is more diverse and vibrant and cheaper.

Anjuna and Vagator. Anjuna is famous for its beach open-air parties and souvenir markets. Tourists should swim in the water carefully due to the underwater rocks. Vagator is a perfect place to watch the sunset.

Ashwem and Arambol. These beaches near Mandrem, a small village, are among the best beaches in the northern part of Goa. Clear and safe water, clean beaches, and, most importantly, few tourists.

Palolem, Agonda, Cola. These beaches very much resemble the Bounty islands. Palolem is lost among the thickets of palms. Cola is a blue lagoon resort. The Agonda beach is 3 km of sand with several comfortable bungalows.


The Indians nickname Kerala as the “God’s own country” for its beautiful landscape. Almost every resort in Kerala is an Ayurvedic center. Marari is the quietest and most peaceful beach on the coastline. The sandy beach Papanasam is famous not only for its beauty but also for the healing properties of its waters.

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands form a large archipelago. Only 36 islands are open to tourists. Deserted white-sand beaches and crystal-clear water create a perfect tandem for diving and snorkeling. Large turtles that nest on the islands make it one of the cool destinations in India.


This mountain town attracts active tourists who seek inner peace. Contemplating Khangchendzonga, one of the highest mountains in the world, visiting Buddhist monasteries, walking along the tea plantations, and watching the sunrise from Tiger Hill, they understand they came to the top travel destinations India.

Jitaditya Narzary

Is a traveller disillusioned by the familiar and fascinated with the unknown... and of course the founder of this blog.

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