Perfect Places to Visit for College Students in India

Tourist places for students in North and South India are plenty, as the country boasts of beauty and diversity. India is a vast land area with thousands of travellers and tourists visiting it every year. The kind of variety that exists in this country is something that is worth mentioning repetitively. From the beautiful mountains of the North to the peaceful and calm back waters of the South and from the blonde deserts of the West to the lush green surroundings and cold hill stations of the East, this country offers almost everything to the tourists all around the year. Students interested in travelling and roaming around in this country is lucky enough to have so much around them.

The students get to learn a lot from their visits in North and South India and end up narrating their travel experiences to their friends all across the country and the world. It is like a dream come true for all them, as they get the chance to explore multiple parts of this nation and bask in their glory. Also, India is a land of many festivals and some or the other festivals keep on taking place almost every month of the year. This becomes a bonus for the students visiting India from other countries, as they come to know about the social practices and customs of India. Also, most of these festivals lead to many exciting and beautiful activities that are beyond description and are observed by these students. Some of the many tourist places for students in the Northern and Southern parts of this nation are listed below:

The Kashmir Valley

The Kashmir Valley
Kashmir Valley [source]
The Kashmir Valley is located in the North of India and the variety of places that it offers are sure to leave anyone amazed and wanting for more. Kashmir, one of the most beautiful places on earth also referred to as the paradise on earth, is something extra-ordinary and out of the world. It is house to the old city of Srinagar, which consists of stunning lakes, monuments, shops, airports, gardens and temples.

The Dal Lake of Srinagar is famous for attracting thousands of tourists from all the possible corners of the globe. It appears to be even more attractive and delightful during snowfall and the winter seasons, when it gets frozen completely, and a solid thick sheet of ice is formed above it. During this time, many tourists and even the local people of Kashmir ride motorbikes and drive vehicles on this sheet, this covers the entire lake. This seems truly spectacular, striking and unique.

It is a delight and fun experience to watch people riding and driving on Dal Lake and even more fun to do that. During the summers, the Shikaras or the boats of the Dal Lake are well known for giving living space to the tourists and visitors of Kashmir. The famous and popular Shalimar and Nishat Gardens of Srinagar are also strikingly colorful, stunning and amazing. Then, the hill stations of Gulmarg, Sonamarg and Dachigam are equally enticing and enthralling.

The wet and slopey hills of Gulmarg, the isolated and deserted free and huge land masses of Sonamarg and the nomadic tents, waterfalls and fishing residences of Dachigam are worth exploring and are something that get etched in the memories of the visitors forever. The Shankaracharya Temple in Srinagar is equally mesmerizing and tempting. Students visiting the Kashmir Valley are going to remember the trip throughout their lives and would even look forward to doing it again.

Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh [source]
Himachal Pradesh is another state that is located towards the North of India and is worth-seeing, enjoying and going and moving around. Cities like Shimla, Dharamshala, Kufri, Kangra, Manali and Kulu are capped with snow during the winter seasons and look like a cluster of white kingdoms amidst the stunning and beautiful slopes of the hills.

Many famous and scenic churches, malls, wildlife sanctuaries, temples, rivers, lakes and mountains and other tourist and travel destinations exist within these cities and act as the pride of Himachal. There is a place called Khajjiar in this scenic state, which is also called the Mini Switzerland of India. Khajjiar is full of large and open spaces and greenery.


Kerala Tourism
Kerala Tourism [source]
Kerala is situated towards the South of India and is also called the God’s Own Country. It is also popularly called the Southern Pride of India. Kerala is home to modern places and cities like Ernakulam, Trivandrum, Kannur, Kollam, Alleppey, Trichur, Calicut, etc. Most of the parts of Southern Kerala are blessed with beaches, temples, historical monuments, churches, back waters, palm trees and lush green surroundings, Ayurvedic health care centres, tea gardens and estates, martial arts practices, temples, shops, parks, caves and holiday resorts.

Kerala’s architectural designs are something that the state is proud of and are also something that provides multiple delights to keen photographers. The boat races of this state are a major attraction, with each boat having the capacity to accommodate about fifty to hundred rowers at the same time. Visiting all these places in Kerala are sure to make the students bewildered with amazement, very educated and aware of the beauty and diversity that exists in Kerala alone, leaving alone the whole country.

Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu Tourism
Tamil Nadu Tourism [source]
Tamil Nadu is located towards the South of India and its students’ travel and tourism places include modern cities like Chennai, Ooty, Madurai, Kanyakumari and Pondicherry. Ooty is a beautiful hill station and is located in the Nilgiri Hills. It is generally visited by the travellers and tourists as ways and means to escape the hot summers of the state and is very scenic and charming in nature. Kanyakumari is the southernmost point of the nation and is store to the famous Gandhi and Swami Vivekananda memorials. Pondicherry is situated towards the Eastern shore of Tamil Nadu and is famous for having Sri Aurobindo Ashram. Its temples, churches and gardens are also world famous.

Chennai’s main student travel and tourism attractions include its museums, beaches, temples, art galleries and recreational parks. The Kovalam and Marina beach of Chennai are very famous for their smooth and shiny sands and also for the fact that one of them was affected by the Tsunami of 2004. Chennai is steeped-up in customs, practices, rituals and cultures. Madurai is another famous city of Tamil Nadu and is very famous for its splendid temples, architectural designs and edifical structures and festivals. By visiting all these places in the Northern and Southern parts and regions of India, the students get quite knowledgeable and wise and look forward to visiting other places as well.

Thus, the tourist places for students in North and South India are worth visiting and enjoying due to their rich traditions and culture and also due to their scenic beauty and diversity.
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