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Must-Visit Indian Destinations for Ghanaians

While it’s true that Ghana and India are both tropical countries with similarly hot, sticky climates, it doesn’t mean that people of one nation cannot (or should not) visit the other. Even though the climate is quite similar, Ghana and India are still very different in terms of food, culture, and scenery, and some places are a must-visit for Ghanaians. 

We love all things India and therefore, we’ve made a list of must-visit destinations in India that Ghanaians should not miss. Here are all the places you should see whenever you get a chance to travel to India. 

1. Delhi 

The capital city of India, Delhi is a melting pot of art, craft, and culinary delights from different Indian communities. One of the oldest established cities in the country, Delhi is steeped in history and one can see historical remains of age-old buildings just moving around town.

Once the stronghold of multiple dynasties and the seat of many rulers, Delhi has cultural influences and heritage sites from several royal lines. 

2. Goa

India’s foremost beach vacation destination, Goa is the place to go if you enjoy partying, affordable liquor, and a thriving nightlife. North Goa is known for never-ending parties while South Goa is more relaxed with serene beaches. Goa is also one of the few places in India where actual physical casinos are legal. 

If you ever go to Goa, don’t forget to visit the several casino boats that line up the Goan shore. If you cannot travel to India anytime soon, but still would like to play Indian casino games, check out this list of online casinos in India for a true Indian gambling experience. 

3. Kerala 

Not for nothing is Kerala known as “God’s Own Country”. The Indian state with the highest literacy rate in the country, Kerala is famous for its spectacularly serene backwaters and pristine beaches. 

Go here for a relaxing, rejuvenating vacation in which spa stays and energizing massages feature heavily, along with some great seafood. You’ll come out of Kerala a new person, promise!

4. Rajasthan

Literally translated as the land of royalty, Rajasthan is a must-visit destination if you are fascinated with all things royal and regal. The state is dotted with imposing forts and majestic palaces that feature opulent architecture. 

The food is spicy and extremely flavorful. The weather is predominantly hot and dry, and the state’s best export is its many wonderful crafts that can be found nowhere else on the planet. Go here for an unforgettable experience in the Thar desert. 

5. Uttar Pradesh

You just have to visit Uttar Pradesh if you want to see the iconic monument of love, the Taj Mahal in Agra. It’s one of the wonders of the world and is known for rendering awestruck visitors speechless with its architectural beauty and brilliance. Best time to see the Taj Mahal is at sunrise. 

Uttar Pradesh is also home to culturally rich cities like Lucknow and Varanasi. Visit Lucknow for mouth-watering Awadhi cuisine (melt-in-the-mouth kebabs and delicious aromatic curries) and Varanasi for a spiritually enriching experience on the banks of the holy Ganges. 

Source: www.Muzhchin.net

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