Top 6 Travel Destinations In India For A Taurus Who Loves All Things Exotic

by Tania Tarafdar
by Tania Tarafdar 507

Sure, there are tons of places to visit in India, and as much as you’d like to see them all, you need to prioritise your favourite spots each year. If you’re a Taurus wondering where you should go, you might want to take a cue from the stars. Taurus love things plush and comfortable. They hate hurrying up while travelling and love to immerse in the mountains’ vibes, sounds of the gushing waterfall or the charm of the lush greenery. If this sounds like you, these destinations in India are right up your alley.

1. Thar Desert, Rajasthan

When it comes to exotic experiences, nothing beats the Thar desert. The ancient history, culture and the camel and jeep safari make this one of the top places to visit in Rajasthan. With its rolling dunes and star-studded night skies, the wonders of the desert are a highlight of staying at one among the region’s many glamping camps. Here are the best desert camps in Rajasthan to make your Arabian nights fantasies, a reality.



2. Kochi

There are many attractions in Kuchi, but the Aquatic Island Resort is a must-visit for the traveller who likes to live in the lap of luxury. This is India’s first floating resort within 30 acres of Kerala’s backwaters in the lush green village of Kumbalangi near Kochi. It is the only eco-friendly underwater resort in the whole of Asia!

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3. Lavasa, Maharashtra

Located just 4 hours away (187.7 km), Lavasa is a beautiful hill station near Mumbai. Go on nature trails here and indulge in adventurous water sports like Kayaking. You can visit this human-made hill station during any time of the year, as the weather usually is quite pleasant. Besides, this hill-station hosts some of the most luxurious villas and properties in Maharashtra. 

4. Meghalaya

If you want to take repose on the lap of nature, Meghalaya can be a great choice. Meghalaya is an all-year-round tourist destination. The summer welcomes you with spring festivals, the monsoon with its intense greenery and the winters with its blanket of fog and low temperatures. You can visit the Nartiang Monoliths in Jaintia Hills, the splendid Krang Suri waterfalls, the double-decker living root bridges, the Krem Rupasor caves or enjoy hot-air ballooning through the countryside at Jowai.

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5. Pondicherry

Have you been planning to visit France for long? Why not go #vocalforlocal hit up the French Quarter in Pondicherry instead? The quaint houses in warm pastel colours, the clean alleys and the picturesque cafes out here will win your hearts for sure. You can even pose with your trendiest dresses on the pretty streets and fill your Instagram with colourful stories.

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6. Jaipur

Did you know that Jaipur is listed among the world’s 50 most beautiful cities? The Pink City, Jaipur is home to many marvellous forts, gorgeous palaces and magnificent temples. These historical architectures, along with the vibrant culture of Jaipur, attract tourists from all over the world. Be it the 300-year-old Hawa Mahal, the majestic Amer Fort, the City Palace or the Nahargarh Fort, every place within the city will take you by awe. Plus, you can now stay in Jaipur’s CityPalace like the Maharajas.

Which destination are you visiting first?

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