Where to travel to post covid-19? Try these Indian destinations
The wait has finally come to an end! For nearly two years, most of us have been at home, fighting the global pandemic. Most of us have been yearning to travel, and finally, the time has come. Restrictions on domestic movement have been eased, and now we’ll see an influx in domestic travelers. While we were restricted to our homes, a lot around us has changed. The way we travel has also changed, drastically. We’re all getting used to the new normal, and it’s time to explore some new places as we move ahead. In today’s article, we bring to you some of the best Indian destinations to explore now:
Udaipur is a quintessential land of Maharajas and their palaces. Located in India’s crown – Rajasthan, Udaipur is the most shining gem of the state. Did you know that Udaipur was given the tag of the most romantic spot on the continent of India by Colonel James Tod, back in 1829? Well, it’s true! The romance quotient of Udaipur is simply unparalleled. The tranquillity of Lake Pichola along with the iconic Havelis will make up for all the missed vacations.
What’s more, is that you can stay in the top hotels in Udaipur and experience luxury at its best. From 5-star hotels in Udaipur to palace hotels in Udaipur, you have got a range of options. We recommend that when in Udaipur, you must experience the opulence of the top palace hotel in Udaipur – The Leela Palace Udaipur.
If you’re looking for a Southern getaway in India then Kerala is the perfect choice of destination to plan your escape to. Two hidden gems of this picturesque that will leave you mesmerized are Kovalam and Ashtamudi. The crescent Lighthouse beach in Kovalam is filled with romantic vibes and is an ideal getaway for couples. You can plan your stay at The Leela Kovalam, a Raviz Hotel for an unforgettable experience. Spread across a 60-acre canvas of greenery, The Leela Kovalam, a Raviz Hotel is India’s only clifftop beach resort offering scintillating views of the Kovalam shoreline and a pristine beachfront. A 20 minute-drive from Thiruvananthapuram Airport, half an hour from the railway station and merely 2 minutes away from Kovalam Helipad, the resort provides a private passage to the Arabian Sea allowing travellers to soak in the tropical sun and encounter the deep azure waters.
Ashtamudi, one of the finest places to visit in Kerala, is a family destination that offers serene backwaters and a calming ambiance. The best place to stay in Ashtamudi is The Leela Ashtamudi, a Raviz Hotel. An authentic backwater resort, the hotel, reflects traditional Nālukettu architecture capturing glimpses of Kerala’s heritage. With Trivandrum International Airport about 71 kms away, the hotel is situated at Thevally, 20 minutes away from the historic Kollam town. You can also see the unique wetland ecosystem along with a palm-shaped water body. When in Ashtamudi, don’t forget to see these places.
The two resorts complement each other and define two very distinctive and unique experiences that showcase the best of Kerala.
Want to escape the scorching heat? Well, it’s the ideal time to plan a visit to Manali. Home for backpackers, adventurers, and newlyweds, Manali is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Taste the first snow, hike in the mountains, enjoy river rafting, and lots more during your stay in Manali.
These are the top four destinations you can visit post-Covid-19. If you are looking for luxurious stays, you must opt for The Leela. It’s one of the best 5-star hotel chains in India with hotels across the country. Find out more about The Leela Palaces, Hotels, and Resorts now.
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