India is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world and you cannot define the travel attractions of India in a single word. People from different parts of the world visit India and its travel attractions to enjoy its varied culture, geography, language, cuisines and more. A travel trip to India is a great activity for those who are keen on writing travelogues or personal blogs.
I also love to write travel content about various destinations and even though I am not a professional writer with high accuracy and grammatical perfection, I continue to write about various places in India. I need not visit these places to write about them, but I do a research on the internet and start writing the content. Since I am not a creative writer, I do not require too much time to think about the content and rather I write down whatever I feel in my mind and what all things I do while researching on the internet.
Here are some of my favorite Indian travel blog content that I have written in the past.
1) Coorg – The Romantic Hill Station in Karnataka
Coorg, which is also known as Kodagu is one of the dream romantic and honeymoon travel destinations in India and is situated in the Karnataka State of India. Situated on the Western Ghats of southwestern Karnataka, the hill stations of Coorg is blessed with an amazing natural beauty and climate that makes it a perfect summer holiday destination for all type of travelers. Tourists from different parts of the world can be seen visiting this beautiful hill station during the peak tourism period, which really speaks about the amazing potential of Coorg as a major travel destination in Karnataka.
2) Adventure Trip at Kolukkumalai Hill, Munnar
Kolukkumalai hill in Munnar is that place where you can see the famous Kolukkumalai Tea Plantations which boasts of the famous Kolukkumalai Tea. The tea produced at Kolukkumalai tea factory is known for its unique taste and high quality. Located at about 7,900 ft above sea level, the Kolukkumalai tea plantations are considered to be the highest tea plantations in the world and is located around 30 kms from Munnar Town. The route from Munnar to Kolukkumalai hill is really an amazing experience as you will be riding through the narrow width road that leads to Suryanelli and then to Kolukkumalai.
3) Neriamangalam – The Gateway to the High Ranges
Munnar is one of the best honeymoon and holiday destination in South India and this amazing hill station in Kerala is well known for its amazing natural beauty and resources. People from different parts of the world visit Munnar during the peak tourist season and there will be a flood of travelers at Munnar during this time. Kochi Airport (Nedumbassery Airport) and Aluva Railway Station are the two major transportation hubs to reach Munnar, if you are coming from a distant place. Munnar is also well connected to the other places in Kerala by a good network of roads.
4) Why Manali Becomes the Favourite Destination for Adventure Lovers?
If you were only thinking all this while about Manali, then it sure is a sin, as thinking of the scenic beauty that Manali provides without the real feel of it is so not fair on your part. This is true especially when you are one of those who are in love with any and every kind of adventure sports.
5) Shillong – The Unique Travel Destination in Meghalaya
Shillong, the Capital of Meghalaya is one of the most popular summer travel destinations in India and is situated at an average altitude of 4,908 feet (1,496 m) above sea level. With a population of around 143,000, Shillong is the 330 most populous state in India and the geographical features of this beautiful city surrounded by rolling hills remind about the European Settlers in Scotland. This similarity of Shillong with Scotland has earned her the nickname “Scotland of the East” and overall Meghalaya is also sometimes referred to as the “Scotland of the East”. The beautiful city of Shillong is also known for a large number of Khasis who are the tribal people of Meghalaya and are only seen in this part of India.