Three places to visit in India before you turn 30

The clock keeps ticking and before you even realize, you will march into the 30s. Before deciding to ‘settle down’ and looking ahead, take out time to plan a trip to exciting places which can become a part of your memories.

We have collated a list of three such destinations for you:

Camping in the desert of Rajasthan

How about you challenge yourself to step out of the comfort zone and go for something exciting, a memory which will make you look back with a lot of fondness? How about camping among the endless stretches of sand in Jaisalmer?

There will be sand, clear skies and a lot of empty space to get your head sorted; walk around the desert and dive into the exquisite Rajasthan cuisine. Also, it is a delight to speak with the locals and knowing about the rich culture and heritage of Rajasthan.

Dudhsagar Falls

You can always take the normal route to Dudhsagar Falls, but then what’s the fun in it? So, we suggest you go trekking – there will be a trail of adventures along the way and depending on how fit you are, you can cross the Mondovi River or tread through bountiful jungles.

The Dudhsagar Falls will take your breath away throughout the journey and, as the name suggests, you will also get to witness the sea of milk gushing through the rocks.

Coorg, Scotland of India

Coorg, which is also called the Scotland of India, is the perfect destination for you to hibernate and rejuvenate in the lap of nature.

This cool hill station offers you unlimited access to green stretches and there is serenity in and around the place. And if you are a coffee aficionado, you will absolutely love the intoxicating aroma coming from the coffee plantations all around the area.

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