Where should I visit in your country?India is so vast and varied, you can find everything here, if only you know where to look.
It all depends on your interests.
- Pristine beaches and water activities. (Suggestions: South Goa (north Goa is crowded with tourists), Gokharna and Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India)
Thanks Sophia Noor for A2A.
Northern Areas of Pakistan are just breathtaking. There are alot of places in northern areas however, i'll only mention the famous ones or the one's you wouldn't want to miss if you ever visit Pakistan and then northern areas.
- Deosai Plains: Deosai National Park falls in Skardu Baltistan and has an average elevation of 4,114 metres (13,497 ft) above sea level, making the Deosai Plains one of the highest plateaus in the world
In India there is large number of best place you can visit with enthusiasm specially in Uttarakhand which is rich in picturesque destinations and famous for its natural beauty around all the season that attracts the National or International tourist per year .
Uttarakhand is known as the "Lands of the God" which enhance the beauty of the extreme and wonderful hills.
Below are the best destinations you can visit these are:
1. Auli - Auli is considered among the best skiing destinations of India, it is situated in Chamoli district of Garhwal region covering an elevation from 2,519mts to 3,050 mts above sea level. Auli is a "Bugyal" which means meadow in the regional language, these green Bugyals turn into a sheet of white during winters. Auli is often compared with best ski resorts of the world by the foreigners and has also hosted the First SAF Winter Games in the year 2011. Being blessed with invigorating views of the splendid mountain range of Himalayas, the slopes of Auli provide enough thrills to professional skiers and novices alike.
GMVN conducts a 7 day and a 14 days skiing course at Auli and special provisions for day tourists are also available. The conditions for skiing are perfect at Auli. A 500mts long ski-lift and an 800 m long chair-lift links the upper and lower slopes.
2. Nainital - Located at an altitude of 1,938mts above sea level, Nainital derives its name from Naini Lake, a prominent tourist spot of Nainital. Nainital is located in the Kumaon region and is popularly known as the Lake District of India.
Nainital is a famous tourist destination of India, attracting hundreds of both domestic and foreign tourists every year. It shines as a glittering jewel in the Himalayan Mountains and is surrounded with lakes and nature's bounty. Some of the important places in the district of Nainital are Haldwani, Kaladhungi,Ramnagar, Bhowali , Ramgarh, Mukteshwar,
Bhimtal, Sattal and Naukuchiatal.
3. Kuari Pass - Kuari Pass offers some of the most beautiful views of imposing Himalayas. From there you can see the Chaukhamba Range, Mana (7272m), Kamet (7756 m) and Abl Gamin (7355 m) which extends to the Tibet border. In the middle foreground, a number of spectacular peaks including Dunagiri (7066m) and Changabang (6864 m) enclose the Nanda Devi Sanctuary while to the west the snowcapped ranges extend to Gangotri.
More peaks visible are Nanda Ghunti, Hathi Ghoda Parbat, Neelkanth, Dronagiri, Mukut Parbat, Mana, Rishi Pahad, and Changbang, to name a few. The Winter Kuari Pass trek gives you a chance to view this impressive skyline of these mighty mountains from close quarters. On some occasion, you can also come across the footprints of the rare Himalayan Bear or Leopard.
Why Visit Kauri Pass?
- Explore the less traveled region of Himalayas
- Visit Auli, Joshimath, Gorson Bugyal during Kauri Pass Trek
- Easy to Moderate Trek
- The landscape changes with each uphill
- Enjoy Fresh air, majestic view of rivers, passes, green valley and Himalayas
- may encounter shepherds with their flock during summers
4. Mussoorie - The lush green hills, the varied flora and fauna and the majestic view of the Shivalik ranges and the Doon Valley attracts thousands of tourists both domestic and international to Mussoorie each year. Mussoorie is famous not only for its scenic beauty but it has also developed into an important centre of education and business. Mussoorie is also famous for the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration where officers are trained for the Indian Administrative Service and the Indian Police Service.
Located at a distance of 35 kms from Dehradun, Mussoorie is a wonderful hill station in Uttarakhand situated at a height of 2005 mts above the sea level. It is situated at the foothills of the Himalayas and is known as the "Queen of the Hills".
5. Chopta - Chopta is a picturesque hamlet which is still unexplored by travelers. It is the commencement point of the trek to Tungnath - 3rd Kedar and further a1.5 km trek from Tungnath leads to Chandrashila (4000mts above sea level) which offers 360° panoramic view of snow clad Himalayan peaks including Nanda Devi, Trishul and Chaukhamba.
Chopta itself offers splendid views of the imposing Himalayan range including Trishul, Nanda Devi and Chaukhamba. It is located at an elevation of astonishing 2680 mts above the sea level. Rich in varied flora and fauna, Chopta is situated amidst thick forest of pine, deodar and rhododendrons.
6. Lansdowne - Lansdowne is one of the quietest and unspoilt hill stations of India and has been a popular destination since Britishers came to India. Lansdowne is unlike other hill stations, as it is well connected with motorable roads but remote in its own way. It is situated at an altitude of 1,700 mts above sea level surrounded with thick oak and blue pine forests in the Pauri Garhwaldistrict of Uttarakhand state.
Lansdowne got its name from Lord Lansdowne, who was the then Viceroy of India during the period of 1888-1894. Presently, Lansdowne has the command office of the Garhwal Rifles division of the Indian Army.
7. Kausani - Kausani is a land of lush green hill station with spellbinding snow clad Himalayan view, silent valleys and bubbling creeks, song of birds, and the towering coniferous trees. The peaks like Nanda Devi, Trishul, and Panchachuli are distinctly visible from Kausani.
The view of the greater Himalayas from Kausani kindles hope even in the greatest pessimist with depressed feelings. The glory of the snow crowned Himalayan range reaches its pinnacle when the sun rays turn them into gold at morning and red-orange sky at the sunset.
8. Valley of Flowers - The Valley of Flowers National Park is the second core zone of the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve. The credit for the discovery of the Valley of Flowers goes to the British mountaineers Franks S. Smythe and R.L. Holdsworth who incidentally reached this valley after a successful expedition of Mount Kamet in 1931.
Nestled in the west Himalayan region, Valley of Flowers covers a vast expanse of 87.50 sq kms with myriad alpine flowers. Valley of Flowers is situated inBhyundar Valley at an elevation of 3,658 mts above sea level. You will encounter numerous cascading waterfalls on the route to Valley of Flowers.
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There's a lot to see in Jamaica if you're interested in beautiful natural sights.
- One can go rafting on the Blue Lagoon in Portland
Depends on what you like to do. The famous things in the USA didn't become so wildly popular for no reason at all. Yes, advertising helps, and certainly there are "off the beaten path" gems in the USA, but for first-time visitors, I generally say stick with your gut, think about what you like and hit the really famous places because they are famous for a reason!
- New York City
- Los Angeles
- Washington DC
- San Francisco
- New Orleans
- The Grand Canyon
- Yosemite National Park
- Yellowstone National Park
- Disney World / Orlando (there is a lot to do there)
- Badlands National Park
- Everglades National Park
- Olympic National Park
It's just so hard to pick when we don't know what you like to do.
Ya Goa is good.