The relative popularity of locations in India reveal distinct differences between the way Indians travel their homeland and the way foreigners visit it.
What most of us living in India don’t know is that this country is actually a great place to travel around. It offers all sorts of stunning scenery. From the low plains all the way up to the mighty mountains, India has a little bit of everything to see.
Kerala is rated as the most popular tourists destination in India by international travelers who cite the beaches, ayurveda resorts and spas as the major attractions.
Far from the material pulls and pressures of the world, they dance away their worries in Kasol entranced by the hypnotic music and the beauty of a full moon night in the hills.
With lush greenery and peaceful environs, Kodaikanal has long been epitomised as the ultimate fun destination for foreign travelers.
A regular nominee among travellers’ favorite beaches in India, Gokarna is a more laid-back and less-commercialised version of Goa.
The Taj Mahal is a tourists’ treasure, a wonder of the world, but Indians are apparently less awestruck by it than foreigners.
Being a UNESCO world heritage site, Hampi attracts a lot of foreigners.
Cheap holiday destination, great food, booze, warm climate, beaches, drugs and psychedelic.
The reasons why Indians travel to these places is truly different than the one that foreigners visit for.