Best Places to visit in India in April
For the culture vultures:
Tulip festival in Srinagar
The Tulip Garden in Srinagar holds South Asia's largest Tulip Festival in the month of April. One of the most awaited festivals of Kashmir, the Tulip Festival is often compared to that of Amsterdam, Netherlands. This is where your aesthetic dream of viewing a thousand tulips at once will come to life. While Kashmir’s beauty will leave you baffled, a walk amidst these parallel rows of bright coloured flowers will make an unforgettable mark on your mind and Instagram alike.
Bihu Festival in Assam
Assam is one of the most beautiful, serene, and vibrant states of India which is not only rich in nature, culture, and tradition but extremely diverse in its festivities. Bihu is an Assamese harvest festival that traditionally celebrates the change of seasons. This festival is mainly divided into three sub festivals starting from April till January. The first one being called Rongali or Bohag Bihu which is celebrated in the month of April is the main one among the three. The first day of the three days is dedicated to cows whereas the second day is spent with relatives and friends, celebrating with dance and songs. The third day is for worshipping deities. Bihu is one of the most famous Assamese festivals and if you are planning a vacation in April, Bihu festival in Assam is not to be missed.
For Adventure enthusiasts:
In addition to offering a serene environment, Uttarakhand pays significant attention to the needs of thrill-seekers. Located at the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains with a mixture of glacial rivers, green valley and hill stations. Come quench your thirst for adrenaline with activities like skiing, river rafting (Rishikesh), mountain biking, trekking (Nagtibba, Chandrashila, Valley of Flower trek, Hark Ki Dun, etc) on offer. The state also has fantastic wellness and spa resorts for those sore muscles after all the adventure activities.
Surfing in Visakhapatnam – India is fast becoming popular with surfers and Vishakhapatnam on the east coast is fast emerging as a top surfing destination. Bay of Bengal is anyway known for its temperamental climate and offers fantastic surf and waves. Come learn how to ride the waves in this port city.
For Nature & Wildlife enthusiasts:
Explore the Last Villages of India at Kalpa and Chitkul
You may have visited many hill stations in your life but one place that’s special is Chitkul. This is one of the most scenic places you will ever see. Hidden in the lap of Himalayas, Chitkul in Himachal Pradesh is called the last village in India. Chitkul is mainly known for its mesmerizing beauty and amazing nature. Close to Chitkul lies another Himalayan village which will leave you bewitched – Kalpa. Kalpa is one of Kinnaur districts biggest villages and its lush green beauty leaves everyone speechless. Kalpa is known for its apple orchards, breath-taking landscape, and friendly locals.