December 2, 2022

When heading to India, you’ll want to make sure that you’re visiting the best spots. Sure, there are some amazing big cities in this wonderful country, but there are also some excellent smaller cities and towns. As you begin to outline your India itinerary, consider visiting the following coolest towns. We’ve done all the research for you!

Valparai

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Valparai is the place to visit if you’re into ecotourism and want to spend a lot of time outdoors. For starters, this town is breathtaking. Full of waterfalls and forests, you’ll have the opportunity to take in many scenic views. A visit to Nallamudi Viewpoint is a must if you want to take some photos. Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park is a protected area where you can see local wild animals in their natural habitat. 

Landour 

Landour is a small town located in Northern India. This town moves at a calm pace, so it’s perfect for those travelers who are looking to get away from bustling city life. Surrounded by plenty of mountains and trees — everywhere you go you’ll enjoy a beautiful backdrop. Be sure to head to Chaar Dukan if you want to do some shopping or enjoy a delicious local meal.

Khimsar

Khimsar is another must-see town in India, which offers a look at rural life. It’s considered a village and it sits on the edge of the Thar Desert. Since it’s by the desert, you’ll find a lot of sand dunes here. Make time for a visit to the nearby Nagaur Fort. This impressive historic structure has been well protected and preserved over the years.

Nako

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Finally, we recommend a visit to Nako. This town is located in the Himalayas. Like some of the towns listed above, this is a sleepy village full of beauty. Many visitors enjoy spending the afternoon relaxing at Nako Lake. Nako Monastery is also a worth checking out. While this is a relaxed non-touristy town, you’ll find a good bit of eateries and shops in the central part of Nako.

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