5 Places You Can Visit During Diwali Holidays

Diwali is one the of major festivals celebrated in India. Everyone is fond of this festival as it is a celebration of colors, lights, cuisine and culture. Diwali is the best time where you can visit many places with your family as everyone gets a huge holiday during this period.

5 Places You Can Visit During Diwali Holidays

Diwali is one the of major festivals celebrated in India. Everyone is fond of this festival as it is a celebration of colors, lights, cuisine and culture. Diwali is the best time where you can visit many places with your family as everyone gets a huge holiday during this period. As Covid-19 pandemic is going on, you can choose to visit some places in India, which are worth visiting.

5 Places You Can Visit During Diwali Holidays:

1. Delhi

Delhi is a city that bridges two different worlds. Old Delhi, once the capital of Islamic India, is a labyrinth of narrow lanes lined with crumbling havelis and formidable mosques. In contrast, the imperial city of New Delhi created by the British Raj is composed of spacious, tree-lined avenues and imposing government buildings. In Delhi, you will discover that the city is sprinkled with dazzling gems: captivating ancient monuments, fascinating museums, art galleries, architectural wonders, fabulous eating places and more.

Places to Visit:

  • Garden of Five Senses
  • India Gate Lawns
  • Buddha Jayanti Park
  • Mughal Garden
  • Central Park
  • Zoological Garden
  • Archaeological Museum
  • Gandhi Museum
  • National Gallery of Modern Art
  • Lalit Kala Akademi
  • Gallerie Ganesha

2. Goa

The state of Goa, the former colonial Portuguese outpost for nearly 500 years, is home to white sand beaches, ancient churches, cobblestone streets and one of the most notoriously wild party scenes in the world. While vestiges of the hippie haven of the 1960s and 70s remain, the coastal state has plenty more to offer the intrepid traveler.

Places to Visit: 

  • Baga Beach
  • Calangute Beach
  • Dudhsagar Waterfalls
  • Dudhsagar Waterfall
  • Tambdi Surla Waterfall
  • Bhagwan Mahavir National Park
  • Dashavatara
  • Dekhni
  • Anjuna Flea Market
  • Mapusa Market
  • Panjim Market

3. Kerala

The land of tea estates and spices, invigorating and refreshing. Kerala is one of the popular hill stations in the south which is flooded with tea plantations and green gardens. Along with it, a visit to Periyar, known for its wild life sanctuaries provide a chance to get wild in the jungles and sail through the streams that are surrounded by lush green surroundings make for a fascinating journey.

Places to Visit: 

  • Ambalavayal Heritage Museum
  • Arakkal Kettu Museum
  • Archaeological Museum
  • Hill Palace Museum
  • Keralam - Museum of History and Heritage.
  • dyanpara Waterfalls
  • Arunvikkuzhi Waterfalls
  • Kalakkayam Waterfalls
  • Kanthanpara Waterfalls

4. Rajasthan

Rajasthan is a state in the northwest of India. The main attraction for travellers is the vast Thar Desert and one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, the Aravallis. The Rajput heritage which is apparent in the forts, temples and palaces established by the Rajput Kings like Bappa Rawal, Rana Kumbha, Rana Sanga and Rana Pratap are also popular places to visit.

Places to Visit:

  • Jaipur
  • Udaipur
  • Jaisalmer
  • Jodhpur
  • Ranthambore National Park
  • Bundi
  • Keoladeo Ghana Bird sanctuary
  • Desert National Park
  • Sariska Tiger Reserve
  • Tal Chapper Sanctuary

5. Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh, a large state in central India, retains landmarks from eras throughout Indian history. Begun in the 10th century, it's Hindu and Jain temples at Khajuraho are renowned for their carvings of erotic scenes, most prominently Kandariya Mahadeva, a temple with more than 800 sculptures. The eastern Bandhavgarh and Kanha national parks, noted Bengal tiger sanctuaries, offer guided safaris.

Places to Visit:

  • Gwalior Fort
  • Jai Vilas Palace
  • Museum
  • Orccha
  • Khajuraho
  • Bhedaghat
  • Bandhavgarh National Park
  • Pachmarhi