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The connoisseurs of seeking new places for travel are in huge number in India. This new trend has helped Travel Industry bloom in a very short time. But this adventure also requires stamina and vigour to withstand the hardship that one faces while exploring new places. So, before you turn 30, we advise you to visit these 5 places in India
1-Goa
This former Portuguese colony is a must if you are in you are in your 30’s. Goa is known as party hub for young people. Its amazing nightlife, variety of booze, beach shacks and dirt cheap prices, is something that will attract you. Goa is one of the best holiday destinations in India that can make your trip memorable.
Best time to visit: November to February
How to reach
• By air: Dabolim International Airport is the major airport in Goa.
• By rail: Madgaon Railway Station and Thivim Railway Station are the main railway heads of Goa.
• By road: Margao Bus Terminal, Kadamba Bus Terminal, and Mapusa Bus Terminal are best connected bus terminals in Goa. However, many people prefer taking a car/bike ride from Mumbai and Pune.


2- Leh-Ladakh
Leh–Ladakh has to be on every travel enthusiasts list of places to visit in India because it’s a paradise for Bikers. One can enjoy the ride on the crazy winding roads, get stuck in the middle of nowhere, sleep with the locals and learn to be independent on the desert mountains as you undertake this adventurous journey in one of the best places in India.
Best time to visit: April to mid-May and mid-September to mid-October
How to reach
• By air: Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport in Leh is the airport connecting the region to other places by air.
• By rail: Jammu Tawi Railway Station (700 km from Ladakh) is the nearest rail head. From here, one can hire a cab or board a JKSRTC bus to Ladakh.
• By road: The most popular means of reach Ladakh remains to be road. Travelers can go on a bike/jeep ride to the destination. Bike trips from Delhi, Chandigarh, and Manali are most popular.


3- Coorg, The Coffee Plantations Of South Indian Scotland
This mesmerizing hill station in Karnataka is breathtakingly beautiful. It’s one of the top 10 places to visit in India and a visit here sure would heal you and energize you!
Best time to visit: October to March
How to reach
• By air: The nearest domestic airport is in Mangalore, 156 km away. The nearest international airport is the Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru, 285 kilometres away.
• By rail: Mysore Junction, 106 km away, is the nearest railhead.
• By road: The 238 km long road trip from Bangalore (Bengaluru) takes 5 hours 30 minutes.


4- Kutch – The White Desert
This district of Gujrat is a must visit place in India before you turn 30. Travel to the no man’s land, the seasonal salt marsh amidst the famous Thar Desert during the kite festival where the sky comes alive with vibrant and oversized kites at one of the top tourist places in India.
Best time to visit: November to February
How to reach
• By air: Bhuj Airport, 69 km away, is the nearest air connect.
• By rail: Bhuj Railway Station is 50 km away from Kutch.


5- Rishikesh, The Adventure destination of India
If you are in your 20’s and love adventure than Rishikesh is the right place for you. Its also known as the adventure capital of India, Rishikesh and ride on the mystical but fierce fast-flowing waters of Ganges. Rishikesh is a must visit place in India if you haven’t yet crossed the age bar.
Best time to visit: September to November and February to June
How to reach
• By air: Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, 20 km from Rishikesh, is the nearest air connect.
• By rail: Haridwar Junction, 21 km from Rishikesh, is the nearest railhead.
• By road: It is well-connected by road to major cities, including Haridwar (21 km away) and Delhi (229 km away).


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Author: Akshita Jain
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