The month of April is the month of the spring season, a season of blossoms, which delights the heart and give pleasure to the soul. In the English calendar, the month of April is considered to be the month of visiting and exploring new places. In April, the weather of India is at its peak of beauty which makes an aura of scenic and melting views. This cheering and pious environment desire a delight visit to amazing locations in India. So, today we come up with a list of the top 15 places which must be visited in April:
Lakshadweep, a place island is considered to be the dream destination of visitors. Lakshadweep has situated 400 km from the Western coast of India in the Arabian Sea. Fun activities like scuba diving, parasailing, kayaking, canoeing and pedal boating at the serene beaches of Lakshadweep, visiting the Marine Museum at Kavaratti, and going on a Yacht cruise are enough to win the heart of visitors. Agatti Islands, Minicoy Island, Bangaram Island, Kalpeni Island, Kavaratti Islands and Kadmat are awesome places to visit in Lakshadweep. Despite that its sunny beaches decor with Palm and coconut tree gives you a wonderful feeling of calmness.
Havelock island is one of the most exciting places on Andaman and Nicobar Island. This island is famous for its crystal blue water, lush greenery and silky Sandy beaches. Every year Havelock Island take over the heart of national and international tourist, not only due to its natural beauty but also due to its adventurous activities like scuba diving, snorkelling and trekking at Elephant Beach, enroll yourself in an open water scuba diving course, and go for adventure trekking at Chidyatapu. Apart from this one can visit innumerable beaches like Radhanagar Beach, Bharatpur Beach, Elephant Beach, Kalapathar Beach, Laxmanpur Beach, Sitapur Beach and Vijaynagar Beach and many more which makes the trip worth value.
Almora is a fabulous family-visiting place, situated in a lap of the Himalayan range. The power of the beauty of Almora is so much that no one can stop himself/herself to indulge in the scenic environment of the place. This place is also well known for its diversity as it provides various categories of flora and fauna and the Binsar wildlife sanctuary is one of the famous spots to explore for visitors. Jageshwar, Kasar Devi Temple, Zero Point, Katarmal Sun Temple, Chitai Temple, Bright End Corner and Dwarahat are also interesting places to visit in Almora.
Dehradun hill station situated in Uttarakhand is one of the popular places for family vacations. Dehradun is well known as Abode of Drona, provides you uncountable tourist destinations like Sahastradhara, Mindrolling Monastery, Malsi Deer Park, Tapkeshwar Temple, Tapovan Temple and Robber’s Cave, Explore Zonal Museum, shop at Paltan Bazaar, go for a trek in the Doon Valley, and enjoy at the local amusement parks and make your trip worth exploring.
Cherrapunjee, the wettest place in India is considered to be the place to visit in April. Its ethereal waterfall, verdant wind, glossy surface lake and rolling hills make it a place worth visiting. Apart from its natural decorum, it also has a lot to do like visiting Asia’s cleanest village – Mawlynnong. Trek to Living Root Bridges, and explore the Mawsmai Cave, Double Decker Living Root Bridges, Nohkalikai Falls, Dawki, Krem Phyllut, Mawsmai Nongthymmai Eco Park, Wakaba Falls and Dainthlen Waterfalls.
Wayanad is many things. It is the green paradise, spice garden of the south and the home of monsoons. If that is not enough, the region also has wildlife sanctuaries inhabited by elephants, tigers, cheetahs, bison, etc. Book a safari at the Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary to spot them all in their natural habitat. For the nature lovers, follow Wayanad’s nature trail and be spellbound by the lush greenery, streams, rare exotic birds (if you can spot any) of this quaint paradise. It is one of the best places to visit in India in April.
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Bhedaghat is a place of marble rocks located in Madhya Pradesh. Bhedaghat is well known for the beauty of Narmada, a river of India surrounded by marble rocks that take over the heart of visitors. Not only does the boat rides on the river Narmada provides visitors with a thrilling experience that makes them skip their heartbeats, but the list of adventure also does not stop here. Shop for marble artefacts at Bhedaghat markets, visit the Dumna Nature Reserve Park, are the places that one can visit and enjoy the ride of cable car too.
Munnar is a hill station situated in the South Indian state of Kerala. Munnar is well known as the Kashmir of South India. This place is flourished with various types of flora and fauna- Nilgiri Thar, the grizzled giant squirrel, the Nilgiri wood-pigeon, elephant, the gaur, the Nilgiri langur, the sambar, and the Neelakurinji (that blossoms only once in twelve years).
Munnar has various places for exploring like Eravikulam National Park, Lakkam Waterfalls, Echo Point, Elephant village, Tea Museum, spice farm, Chithirapuram Church, Kalari Kshethra, Cheeyaparra waterfalls.
One must experience staying in a treehouse at the plantation resort, take a tea estate tour at Kolukkumalai, camp and trek at Echo Point, go mountain biking at Suryanelli, try water sports at Mattupetty Dam, enjoy a shikara ride at Kundala lake.
Coorg, also known as Kodagu, is a beautiful hill station in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is famous for its coffee plantations, steep hills, countless streams, rich flora & fauna, lush forests and breathtaking views. With temperatures ranging between 15 degrees Celsius and 20 degrees Celsius throughout the year, Coorg is a year-round destination. That said, October to April is the best time for adventure activities, especially trekking. April and April are the favoured months to experience the valley shrouded in white flowers.
Leh Ladakh, the capital of Ladakh, is a well-known tourist spot that attracts people all over the globe. The white sky of winter and white snow in Leh make it a favourite place for visitors. Not only this, t has a wide list of attractions like Leh Palace, Namgyal Tsemo Gompa, Shanti Stupa, Cho Khang Gompa, Chamba Temple, Jama Masjid, Gurdwara Pathar Sahib, Sankar Gompa and village, War Museum, The Victory Tower, Zorawar Fort, Ladakh Marathon, Datun Sahib, Ice Stupa and many more interesting explorations.
Sikkim is a place of culture and heritage. Sikkim is touched by Tibet so it provides a classic blend of Tibetan style. Apart from culture and heritage, it has places like Avangla Buddha Park, Kichipudi lake, Bakthang waterfalls, Khangchendzonga National park, Ride in a helicopter at Gangtok; try mountain biking, camping, nature tours, and rock climbing, explore the eastern Himalayas with the Goechala trek, try spelunking and other adventure sports are other fascinations of Sikkim.
Ooty is officially known as located in the Nilgiris district of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. On the account of its popularity, it is also well known as the queen of Western ghats. Ooty is considered the best place to hang out due to its visiting place and activity like Botanical gardens, Dolphin’s nose, Toda huts, Doddabetta peak, Pykara, Tea museum, St. Stephen’s Church, Mudumalai National Park, Higginbothams book store, ride the Nilgiri mountain toy train, go camping, fishing and rafting at Avalanche lake, trek to Kotagiri.
Puducherry is one of the union territories of India bounded by South Eastern Tamil Nadu. Goubert Avenue, Auroville, White Town, Green Quarter tours, Mahe Beach, Golden Bridge Pottery Centre are some popular visiting places in Puducherry. Apart from this Take a boat ride at Paradise Beach Island, go birdwatching at Ousteri Lake, explore the water sports in the area, take surfing lessons at Serenity Beach, explore the city on a cycle are exploring ride that makes Puducherry experience worthwhile.
Darjeeling is another awesome place to visit in April which is located in West Bengal. It is worth watching the hill station having the third highest mountain peak Kanchenjunga. The beginning of April is the best season to visit Darjeeling because the weather begins to warm again after the hard winter season, feeling bright sunshine, windy air in the middle of the tea garden is an exceptional experience. Darjeeling culture and cuisine are very distinct.
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