With stunning beaches and a rich multicultural history marked by gorgeous landmarks from the monumental Taj Mahal to the mesmerizing stepwells of Rajasthan, we think India is the next big destination among jet-setting Instagrammers. There is still much to be discovered by intrepid travelers and when it comes to the kinds of places you could go, there are tons of options.

With so much diversity in where to go and what to see in India, we decided to round up our favorites of India’s most Instagrammable destinations.

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Some people call it the “Venice of the East.” but we call it simply stunning. With a palace in the middle of the lake, you’ll find many beautiful vantage points in Udaipur that will make your camera very happy.

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Palace of the Winds

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In Jaipur, this fabulously pink palace, also known as Hawa Mahal, is something out of a dream and worth a visit for anyone ready to be mesmerized its intricate details.


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Snow in India? Let's go! The western Himalayan region of Himachal Pradesh is one of the coolest places to travel to in India, literally and he ancient town of Naggar is an especially beautiful place to capture the nature views.

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These ancient wells are a genius invention of their time, used as reservoirs that ebb and flow with India’s monsoon season. You'll find them i many different parts, but some of the most famous are in and around Jaipur.


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The backwaters of Kerala are home to one of the most unique places you could go when traveling to India. Hop on a boat tour to explore the floating villages and homes of Alleppey.


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Known for its majestic landscapes, Ladakh is located in the remote region of Kashmir where you can explore the rugged mountain landscapes and find luxury accommodation in total peace.

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On the Train

Riding the trains is a quintessential experience in India—and a great way to get around if you’re backpacking. It’s a moment you’ll definitely want to capture for the ‘gram.


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Goa is well-loved across India for being a vacation-friendly beach destination, but the history of Portuguese influence in the area also makes for some pretty unique and unexpected backdrops.


Hipnoetic Styays

Kerala’s hill district is a green wonderland, where you can stay in an extremely Instagrammable treehouse and glamping resorts with geodesic domes.

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Taj Mahal

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You didn’t think we’d leave this one out, did you? Although we much prefer to cozy up in our favorite coworking spot on the beaches of Goa or in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh, a bucket list spot is a bucket list spot for a reason.

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