Top 8 Luxury Places to Visit in India

Top 8 Luxury Places to Visit in India

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 Luxury Places to Visit in India

There is no shortage of exotic landscapes and UNESCO World Heritage sites in India. But the country boasts some of the most beautiful hidden gems too. These top 8 luxury places to visit in India are perfect for those who are looking for an off-the-beaten-track getaway from bustling city life.

In a country as culturally diverse as India, there’s always going to be somewhere that offers something new and exciting to discover.  You’ll find it all here, from peaceful hill stations and sandy beaches to icy vistas, historic forts and Victorian spa towns!

Top 8 Luxury Places to Visit in India

Goa’s Infinity Pool

Goa Infinity Pool Vietnam

The stunning infinity pool at the Anantara Goa Resort is one of India’s most off-the-map luxury places to visit. The infinity pool is an oasis in the middle of Goa’s stunning beaches.

Lush gardens surround the infinity pool, and there’s plenty of seating to enjoy the views. There are a few bars, restaurants and lounges to choose from, and the infinity pool is a great place to relax, unwind and take a dip in the stunning infinity pool.

The infinity pool also has a swim-up bar, so you can enjoy a refreshing cocktail as you relax in the serenity of the infinity pool. The infinity pool is one of the most popular places at the resort, and it’s easy to see why.

It’s the perfect place to relax and unwind, and it’s the ideal spot to recharge your batteries before exploring the tropical paradise that is Goa.

 Goa’s White Beach at Anjuna

Goa's White Beach at Anjuna Vietnam

The white sands of Anjuna Beach in Goa are a beautiful sight, but they’re even more striking when contrasted with the stark, golden sands of the Arabian Sea.

You can enjoy this striking sight from the top of the lighthouse, the highest point on the beach, or from the many cafes and restaurants that line the beach. Also, experience this striking contrast for yourself by visiting Goa in winter when the waters are a beautiful azure blue.

You can explore the romantic, palm-studded streets of Anjuna Beach and explore the colonial architecture and narrow lanes of the town. You can also visit the lively markets, where you can explore the many local crafts, or go hiking in the surrounding hills.

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 Ooty’s Sunrise and Sunset Walk

_Ooty's Sunrise and Sunset Walk

If you’re looking for a romantic getaway from bustling city life, then head to Ooty in the Nilgiri Hills. The Nilgiri Hills is a stunning part of Southern India, and the town of Ooty is renowned for its Victorian architecture, lush forests, and stunning lakes. Ooty is also famous for its sunrise and sunset stroll.

The stroll begins with a walk through the thick, green forests to reach a hill where you can enjoy a stunning view of the lake. The walk back is along the lake’s shore, and you’ll see many colourful houses as you walk back towards the centre of Ooty. 

During the summer months, the Nilgiri Hills are also hosting many festivals, and you can visit the town to experience these festivities. In winter, the beautiful white snow covers the hills, and you can visit the hills to enjoy the stunning scenery and try out some snow sports.

Mussoorie’s Church on the Green

_christ Church mussoorie

If you’re looking for an off-the-beaten-track getaway from bustling city life, then head to the bustling hill station of Mussoorie in the foothills of the Himalayas. The town of Mussoorie is a popular hill station and tourist attraction in the foothills of the Himalayas.

The town is popular for its Victorian architecture and lush forests. Also, the Church on the Green is a stunning, stunning Victorian church perched on a hill overlooking the town.

The Church is surrounded by lush gardens, and it’s a stunning site to enjoy during the day or at night when the lights are illuminated. The Church is a popular wedding venue, so it’s a great place to visit during the weekends when it’s busy.

Coorg, India

Coorg, India

Coorg is truly a sight to behold. It is a region in the Southern Indian state of Karnataka, and the Mattarella are a group of 56 granite peaks in the Western Ghats.

The Mattarellas is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Granite forms the peak of these hills which are often covered in fresh snow.

The best time to visit Mattarellas is winter when the place is covered in fresh snow and monsoon when the rain refreshes it.

Darjeeling’s Observatory Hill 

Observatory Hill Darjeeling

Located in the picturesque hill station of Darjeeling,  there is a hill called Observatory Hill that is close to Chowrasta square. From Observatory Hill, views of snow-capped mountains, including Mount Kanchenjunga, are available.

This is where the Bhutia Busty monastery formerly stood. The Mahakal temple is now located on the hill. At Chowrasta, Nehru Road and Bhanubhakta Sarani, two significant thoroughfares of the town, converge. 

While you’re in the region, you can also visit the tea gardens to experience some of the region’s famous tea plantations.

Varanasi: The Holy River of India

Varanasi The Holy River of India

Varanasi is a place to visit India full of religious significance as the city is situated on the Ganga, the holiest of rivers to Hindus, and it’s a UNESCO World Heritage site. 

The city is also known as ‘the eternal city because it’s full of religious significance and is a major hub for Hindu culture. You can visit Varanasi in the winter months when the Ganga is at its most tranquil.

During this time, you can explore the city along the Ganga or visit the ghats, where people believe that the river incarnates as a god when it’s in full spate. The ghats are vibrant with religious significance, and you can explore the city as well as enjoy a stroll along the Ganga.

Shillong: The Jungle Nestled Between the Hills

Shillong The Jungle Nestled Between the Hills

Shillong is a well-known city known for its natural beauty. It is a hill station in the North-East of India that gives you mixed vibes of ancient and modern culture.

The town is also a fascinating blend of British colonial architecture and the tribal culture of the region. You can visit Shillong in the summer months when the hills are dotted with stunning waterfalls and lush green forests.

During this time, you can explore the city as well as enjoy some of the many festivals that are held in Shillong. You can visit the festival of Thaipusam or attend the annual cultural festival, the Shillong Literary meet.


India is a dynamic country filled with cultural diversity, and there’s always something new to discover in a place as rich and diverse as this. If you’re looking for the best yet luxury places in India, then you’ll find adequate exquisite places.

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