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Tourist Places in North India

North India has the massive Himalayas that provides various interesting trekking trails in the valleys. There is also a lot of natural beauty in North India. In terms of architectural marvels, North India is proud to be home to one of the world's wonders, Agra's Taj Mahal. North India is enriched with majestic, historical, and astronomical sites. There are many famous tourist places in north India. Some of the most popular tourist places in north India are described below.

1. The Ridge:

Tourist Places in North India

It is considered the heart of Shimla. The Ridge road is a vast open area. It is the center of all cultural events in Shimla. Summer Festival is the most well-known festival conducted at the Ridge. It is situated on Shimla's well-known retail street, Mall Road. Sanjauli Snowdown, Jakhu temple, mall road, kali bari, oakover, Annadale, and other famous Shimla destinations are all connected to this road. Stunning views of the snow-capped mountain ranges rising against the blue sky make It a famous tourist site.

2. Jakhu Temple:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a famous ancient temple in Shimla. The main deity of this temple is Lord Hanuman. Tourists visit this temple to see the Shri Hanuman Jakhu as the main tourist attraction. Shri Hanuman Jakhu means the idol of Lord Hanuman, and it is located on the premises of the temple. There is an aerial ropeway to reach the temple. The ropeway connects the temple to the spot near the center of Shimla. This temple was opened in 2017, and its architectural style is Kath Kuni architecture.

3. India Gate:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a famous tourist place in New Delhi. Along with famous tourist places, it is the most important place for Indians. The All India War Memorial is another name for it. It was built in memory of the 82,000 Indian and British soldiers who died during WWI (World War I). Sir Edwin Lutyens designed the India gate. It takes 1-2 hours to see and walk to the India gate.

4. Qutub Minar:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a famous tourist place in Delhi. It is a "victory tower" and minaret located within the Qutub complex. Islamic architecture is the architectural style of this minaret. This minaret's height is 238 ft; top diameter is 9 feet, and base diameter is 47 feet. This minaret has a 379 spiral staircase. The minaret is open for visitors from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. The entrance fee for Indians is 40 rupees, and entrance fees for a foreigner are 600 rupees.

5. Humayun's Tomb:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a famous tourist place in Nizamuddin East, Delhi. It is the Mughal Emperor Humayun's ultimate resting site. Mughal architecture is the architectural style of this tomb. Sayyed Muhammad and Mirak Mirza Ghiyath were the architects of this tomb. It is the Indian subcontinent's first garden tomb. This tomb is inside the Char Bagh Garden. The tomb is open for visitors from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. The entrance fee for Indians is 10 rupees, and entrance fees for a foreigner are 250 rupees. Charges for video filming are 25 rupees. It takes 2 - 3 hours to see and walk in the whole area.

6. Garden of Five Senses:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a famous park in Delhi. Pradeep Sachdeva is the architect of this park, and 10 crores are the development cost of this garden. This park is 20 acres in size. There are several themed parks throughout the garden. The theme parks and attractions of the park are a solar energy park, pools of water lilies, Mughal baghs, an amphitheatre, herb gardens, cascades of sparkling water, rock carvings, bamboo courts, and themed decor. The park is open for visitors from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm. The entrance fee for adults is 30 rupees, and the entrance fee for a kid is 15 rupees. As a goodwill gesture, a duplicate of Labna Arch was recently unveiled by India in the Garden of Five Senses.

7. Lodhi Garden:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a popular tourist place in Delhi. This garden has the tomb of Sikandar Lodhi and Mohammed Shah. Within the boundaries of Lodhi Garden, Shisha Gumbad, and Bara Gumbad are located. The Bara Gumbad is not a tomb but was built as an entrance to a three-domed masjid. Indo-Islamic is the architectural style of this Gumbad. Sheesh, Gumbad is known as Glass Dome because glazed tiles have been used in its construction. Islamic Hindu architecture is the architectural style of this Gumbad. 'Lady Willingdon Park' was the previous name for Lodhi Garden. This garden is open for visitors from 6:00 am to 7:30 pm.

8. Delhi Zoo:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a popular tourist place in Delhi. It is also known as Chidiya Ghar or National Zoological Park. This zoo is 176 acres in size. The zoo has 1350 animals from 130 species. The zoo was opened in 1959. The zoo is closed on Fridays, and on other days it is open from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm for visitors. The entry charge for an Indian adult is 40 rupees and for an Indian kid is 20 rupees. The entry charge for the foreigner adult is 200 rupees, and for a foreigner kid is 100 rupees.

Hippopotamus, one-horned rhinoceros, spider monkey, leopard, Asiatic lion, hoolock gibbon, royal Bengal tiger, Indian rhinoceros, chinkara, brow-antlered deer, Himalayan black bear, swamp deer, blackbuck, wild boar, lion-tailed macaque, chimpanzee, Indian porcupine, white buck, deer brow, jaguar, and zebra animals are found in this zoo.

A variety of bird species are also found here, including great Indian hornbills, storks, spoonbills, peafowl, and eagles. In the zoo, there is an underground reptile cage. An Indian rock python, Indian star tortoise, Indian cobra, common rat snake, Indian sand boa, and diadem snake are found in that reptile cage.

9. Kempty Falls:

Tourist Places in North India

This is a famous tourist place in Mussoorie. It is approximately 13 km from Mussoorie. The water spring comes down from a cliff from a height of 1364 meters, and this is a very eye-catching scene. Visitors can visit the waterfall area from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. There is an aerial ropeway also, and its fee is 80 rupees.

10. Lal Tibba:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a famous viewpoint in Landour. It is situated on the summit of Depot hill. This viewpoint is 6 km away from Mussoorie. Visitors can visit this viewpoint from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm. The entrance fee is 50 rupees, and It takes 1-2 hours to see and walk in that area. This hill is also known as Red hill. Red hill or Lal Tibba name is given to this hill because the sky turns in red during sunrise and sunset. So this name is a direct reference to the sky's color.

11. Gun Hill Point:

Tourist Places in North India

Gun Hill is Mussoorie's second-highest point. It is a famous tourist destination, particularly for photographers and nature enthusiasts. A full view or 360-degree view of the Mussoorie is visible from here. Visitors can visit this viewpoint from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. There is an aerial ropeway also, and its fee is 75 rupees.

12. Company Garden:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a famous tourist place in Mussoorie. This garden is situated in the high Himalayas. This garden is a lovely spot to spend an entire day. Municipal Garden is another name for this garden. For the kids, there are exciting rides also. The main attraction of this garden is the telescopic view, nursery, flora and blossoms, green lawn, and waterfalls.

  • The flora and blossoms:
    The extensive flora collection is the garden's main attraction. More than 800 different flowering plants are found in this garden.
  • The green lawn:
    The lawn area is famous for a picnic. There is also a fountain in the middle of the green lawn. The massive China tree is another attraction of the garden.
  • The nursery:
    A greenhouse nursery is available in the garden. People can purchase the flowering plant from this nursery.
  • lake, waterfalls, and boating:
    There is also a man-made waterfall and an artificial pond for boating. The fee for boating is 75 rupees.

13. Jwala Devi Temple:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a holy and popular tourist place in Mussoorie. Jwala Ji Temple is another name for this temple. This temple of Goddess Durga is located on the top of Benog hill, and this temple is located at an altitude of 2104 meters. The temple opens from 5 am to 12 pm and 4 pm to 8 pm for visitors. Temple is 2 km away from the Clouds End Mussoorie and 8 km from Mussoorie.

14. Pangong Lake:

Tourist Places in North India

It is Ladakh's most visited tourist destination. It is an endorheic lake. The length of this lake is 134 km, and the lake's width is 5 km. Lake's 5 sub lakes are Rum Tso (twin lakes), Tso Nyak, Pangong Tso, and Nyak Tso. During the winter, the lake freezes entirely. Famous food at this lake is tea and Maggi. To visit this lake, visitors require an inner line permit. The inner line permit fee is 20 rupees. Visitors can visit this lake from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

15. Hall of Fame Ladakh:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a famous tourist place in Leh Ladakh. It is a museum that was constructed in honor of the courageous soldiers who died in the Indo-Pakistan war while fighting for India. It takes 2 - 3 hrs to see the whole museum. The entrance fee for Indians is 10 rupees, and entrance fees for a foreigner are 50 rupees. The museum is open from 9 am to 1 pm and 3 pm to 7 pm for visitors. The Indian army maintains this museum.

16. Shanti Stupa:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a white-domed Buddhist monument in Leh Ladakh. This stupa is located on a mountaintop in Chanspa. The Japanese Buddhists built the Shanti Stupa in 1991. For Buddhists, it is a sacred site. This stupa has 2 levels. The gold-encrusted Dharmachakra and Buddha statues are located on the first floor. The nirvana, life, and death of Buddha are depicted on the 2nd level of this stupa. The stupa is open for visitors from 5:00 am to 9:00 pm. It takes 1 - 2 hrs to see the whole stupa.

17. Hemis Monastery:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a popular tourist place in Ladakh. It is 45 kilometers from Leh. Tibetan architecture is the architectural style of this monastery. Sengge Namgyal was the founder of this monastery. The important festival of this monastery is the Hemis festival. This monastery has a magnificent copper statue of Lord Buddha, as well as thangkas, gold and silver stupas, and murals. The monastery is open for visitors from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm and 2 pm to 6 pm. It takes 2 to 3 hrs to see the whole monastery.

18. Hidimba Devi Temple:

Tourist Places in North India

This is a popular tourist place in Manali. Its other name is Dhungari Temple. This is the temple of Hidimba Devi. A cedar forest encompasses the temple. Pagoda architecture is the architectural style of this temple. Maharaja Bahadur Singh constructed this temple in 1553. People of Manali worship Hidimba Devi in Navratri, and Navratri is the main festival of this temple. This temple is open for visitors from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.

19. Manu Temple:

Tourist Places in North India

This temple is in Manali. This is the temple of Sage Manu. Pagoda architecture is the architectural style of this temple. The temple is located in the valley of the Beas river. Inside the shrine, photography is forbidden. There is no specific dress code for the temple, but the visitors have to wear clothing that is long enough to cover their legs and shoulders. This temple is open for visitors from 6:00 am to 5:00 pm. It takes 1 to 2 hrs to see and walk on the premises of this shrine.

20. Great Himalayan National Park:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a popular destination for animal lovers. This park is spread across 1171 km2 of land. This park was established in 1984. This park is in the Kullu. This park has 181 birds, 31 mammals, 3 reptiles, 11 annelids, 17 mollusks, 9 amphibians, and 127 insects.

Visitors can visit the park from 10 am to 5:30 pm. It takes 3 to 4 hrs to see and walk in the whole park. The entrance fee for Indians is 50 rupees, and the entrance fee for a foreigner is 200 rupees. The entrance fee for Indian students is 30 rupees, and the entrance fee for foreign students is 100 rupees.

Camping Charges:

Visitors come here for camping also, the camping charges are varied according to the tent.

  • The tent fee for two persons per day is 150 rupees.
  • The tent fee for three persons per day is 150 rupees.
  • The tent fee for four persons per day is 200 rupees.
  • The tent fee for more than 4 persons per day is 500 rupees.
  • The Toilet Tent fee per day fee is 100 rupees.

Seasonal Activities within the park are bird-watching, trout fishing, and pheasant watching. Ecozone Activities within the park are river crossing and rock climbing.

21. Taj Mahal:

Tourist Places in North India

The Taj Mahal is located on the right bank of the Yamuna river. The Taj Mahal, often known as the "Crown of the Palace", is an ivory-white marble mausoleum in the Indian city of Agra. It was built in 1632 by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan and contains the grave of Mumtaz, she was his favorite wife, and that also contains the grave of Shah Jahan. The mausoleum is set in casual gardens and is bordered by a wall on three sides. It is part of a 42-acre compound that includes a mosque and a guest room.

22. Jim Corbett National Park:

Tourist Places in North India

It is a popular destination for animal lovers. This park is spread across 20.8 km2 of land. This park is in Nainital. This park was established in 1936. This park has 33 species of reptiles, 488 species of plants, 586 species of birds, 7 species of fish, and 36 species of dragonflies.

23. Amer Fort:

Tourist Places in North India

This is a popular tourist place in Rajasthan. It is situated in Amer. It is also known as Amber Fort. Rajputana architecture is the architectural style of this fort. This fort is made using pink and yellow sandstone. This fort is huge, so visitors can hire a guide to get complete information about this fort. Every evening, in this fort, a fifty-minute light and sound show is presented. This show represents the history of fort and Jaipur. This show fee is 295 rupees. Around the fort, some entertainers, singers, and snake charmers are also present to entertain the visitors. Visitors can visit this fort from 9 am to 6 pm. It takes 3 to 4 hrs to see and walk in the whole fort.

Entrance fee:

  • The entrance fee for Indians is 25 rupees.
  • The entrance fee for foreigners is 200 rupees.
  • The entrance fee for Indian students is 10 rupees.
  • The elephant Ride fee is 900 rupees for 2 persons.






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