5 Indian Places resembling foreign destinations

We have several Indian places resembling foreign destinations.

In fact, places, art, history, heritage, food, and rich culture in India offer way more than we can ask for.

But someone has rightly said, “The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence”.

We underestimate the value of what we have and appreciate what’s not ours. This is why people always want to travel to other countries.

What if I tell you that the things for which you travel to Switzerland, Canada, etc., are available here in India?

You will find it surprising right?

Let’s look into 5 such Indian places resembling foreign destinations

1. Kashmir (The Switzerland of India)

We know that our Kashmir is nothing less than heaven on Earth. Isn’t something similar said for Switzerland? You can see the beautiful view of mountains covered in snow & coniferous trees.

The sound of water from the glacier-fed rivers is a lullaby to ears. This magnificent place lies between the Great Himalayas and Pir Panjal mountain range. It is a beauty you shouldn’t miss.

Home to the exquisite monuments, wildlife, art, and handicraft, make Kashmir a must-visit.

Don’t you think this combination is so much more than what you can find in Switzerland?

And yeah, when you do go, don’t forget to experience the houseboats.

To know more about the place, click on the link below

https://traveltriangle.com/blog/things-to-do-in-kashmir/

2. Coorg (The Scotland of India)

The lush green land of Coorg had a different expression of everything it offered. Very different from what I have seen so far. You will feel that this place is not in India, especially if you’re coming from a crowded, polluted city. Visiting Coorg at least once in your life should definitely be on your bucket list.

Don’t forget to try and buy the most amazing homemade chocolates, spices, and coffee.

To know more about the place click on the link below

https://www.fabhotels.com/blog/places-to-visit-in-coorg/

3. Chitrakote waterfall (Niagara Fall of India)

Famous for its vastness, Chitrakote Falls is the Niagara of India. The height of the falls is about 29 meters (95 ft). It is the widest fall in India and the source of its water is the Indravati river. The width reaches nearly 300 meters (980 ft). It is best to visit during the monsoon, as any waterfall is the most beautiful in the monsoon season. And you certainly do not get to visit Bastar every day.

On your next visit to Chhattisgarh, don’t forget to plan a day & night trip to Bastar.

To know more about the place click on the link below

https://www.tripadvisor.in/Attraction_Review-g800435-d3671794-Reviews-Chitrakot_Waterfall-Jagdalpur_Bastar_District_Chhattisgarh.html

4. Kasol (mini-Israel of India)

Kasol is a hamlet amidst the Himalayas in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. Situated in the Parvati valley, at the bank of the Parvati River, Kasol is famous for its Israeli culture. You will find a cluster of restaurants serving dishes you’ve not heard the name of before. Reason? These are Israeli dishes. They have names unheard of before, and flavors not tasted before. And the food looks nothing like you will see in any other part of India. Even the signages are in Hebrew. People in Kasol speak a different language. But luckily you’ll find people who speak English and Hindi (broken but understandable). Although Kasol is the hub of Hashish lovers, it is safe and friendly. You can find some of the most thrilling treks here.

To know more about the place click on the link below

https://www.tourmyindia.com/blog/places-visit-and-things-to-do-kasol/

5. Pondicherry resembling the French town of France

Do you see the streets filled with colorful houses on Instagram? Have you ever wondered where these pictures get clicked? They’re from France. But do you need to go to France if you want similar pictures? The answer is NO! You can find similar colorful houses in Pondicherry.

Now you know, how to go to France in India.

To know more about the place click on the link below

https://www.thrillophilia.com/places-to-visit-in-pondicherry

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