4 Unique Destinations in One Country - India!
India is a land of mystery and diversity. A massively large country with more than 1.32 billion people, we can find almost every kind of landscapes in India. From vast desserts to snow clad mountains, ancient towns to architectural wonders, this is truly a country worth visiting. India has a lot to offer to both the cultural and adventurous travelers of the world.
Here are 4 of the diverse landscapes and completely different parts of India that are certainly worth a visit.
Rajasthan

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Kerala
From the exotic to the serene! Kerela is a part of South India, with a culture complete unlike the rest of the country. With more than 600 kilometers of sea coast with the Arabian Ocean, this is truly a peace-loving traveler's ideal destination. Kerela also happens to be the most literate state of India, famous for culture, exotic dancing styles, coconuts, its unique cuisine, its backwater, mountains and clothing.

Many areas of Kerela were under autonomous rule during the British Rule, making this region rich in history and culture. This region is often known as "God's Own Country" owing to the natural beauty of it. In ancient times, the Dutch, the Chinese, the Portuguese, the Arabs and finally the British were attracted to the Western Ghats of Kerala for its exotic spices; even today, millions of travelers flock here to experience the beautiful scenery, the food and the different tourist sites, including the coastal village of Kovalam, the houseboats of Alleppey, the Mattancherry Palace of Kochi, the Kumarakum Bird Sanctuary and the Museum of History and Heritage of Thiruvananthapuram.

Delhi

There are two sides of Delhi: the Old Delhi where time seems to have stopped in its track and New Delhi, where life is fast and modern. This is also the state with the most Mughal structures that bring on millions of travelers from all over the world interested in both history and architecture, including the Red Fort, the Lotus Temple, the Qutb Minar, Humayun's Tomb, Jama Masjid, Lodi Gardens, Tughlaqabad and Hazrat Nizam-ud-din Dargah.

It is easy to travel to Delhi via plane, train or by car. Accommodation is available as well; some of the most luxurious hotels in India are situated in Delhi, namely The Grand Hotel, the Oberoi Hotel and the Leela Ambience Hotel.

One special attraction of Old Delhi is the Chandni Chowk or the Chawri Bazar, which is the perfect place if you are in the mood for some spicy street food or shopping. Both the Red Fort and the Jama Masjid are in this area, so it's perfect for a day-long expedition.
Goa
Goa is where everyone in India (and abroad) goes to party! Known worldwide for the beautiful sandy beaches, Goa is the perfect place to both relax and have fun. The local cuisine here, especially seafood, is amazing, as are the private and open beach parties. People who love everything that has to do with adventure and the sea can find opportunities to try wind surfing, water skiing, scuba diving and many such water sports here.

Originally a Portuguese settlement town, Goa has a number of beautiful churches and temples all around the city, The wildlife sanctuaries here are not to be missed as well, especially the Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary, the Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and the Ponda Butterfly Conservatory.

Conclusion
From the exoticness of Rajasthan to the tranquility of Kerala, the mystery of Delhi to the fun time spent at Goa – these are just 4 of the places in India that deserve a visit. This country is truly amazing in all that it can offer travelers of all sorts!

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