Would you mind having a huge fan following and double-taps on every photo you post on your Instagram Profile? Of course. In the time period of social media biz, using the correct hashtags is one way to achieve this objective but the key to winning hearts is sharing amazing and stunning pictures with your audience. If you are a hardcore follower of these two key points, it might turn you into a star among your Insta family. But to do so, you should have an eye to see the world through the lens and know about the places which offer the best view. To help you with it, Shoes On Loose has come up with the list of 10 most Instagrammable places in India. Have a look!!
1. Valley of flowers
The cover of dynamic blooms that wrap the glades is something that you don't get the opportunity to see everywhere! Known for its trek, verdure and fauna and vegetation, Valley of flowers is surely a paradise.
The place is such a grand marvel with the astounding smell that you'll fall everlastingly interminably when you see the ground underneath your feet. Now, try not to point the finger at us that we didn't tell you about it.
Best time to visit Valley of flowers: July to September
Shimmering with snowcapped mountains, beautiful monasteries, fluttering prayer flags, deserted landscape and smiling locals makes this ex-Buddhist kingdom one of the best places in India for clicking pictures. Whether you are a pro or an amateur, this place changes every normal picture to a spectacular one!
Best time to visit Ladakh: May to September (before the monsoon arrives)
Location: Jammu & Kashmir
Settled in the laps of Himalayas, Darjeeling is unquestionably one of the most scenic places in India. Spread in strips over a precarious mountain edge, encompassed by emerald-green tea estates and overshadowed by superb Khangchendzonga (8598m), Darjeeling is the perfect spot for Instagram-worthy catches!
Best time to visit Darjeeling: October to March
Location: West Bengal
If you visit Pondicherry once, you just can’t stop thinking about whether you're in India or France. From the architecture of the buildings to the street signs, individuals talking in French to eateries serving steak and wine, Pondicherry has all the ingredients for the Instagram viral pictures.
Best time to visit Pondicherry: October to February
Location: Tamil Nadu
5. Rann of Kutch
The white desert of India may be a barren land in Gujarat but this barren land farm is every inch perfect for the Instagram worthy snap. Imagine you clicking a silhouette picture as preferred by many due to its backdrop extending to the limit one can see! On a full moon, It is so magical and beautiful that you just can’t resist your camera battery draining out!
Best time to visit Rann of Kutch: November to February
Jaisalmer Fort, royal residences, and the Thar desert, the Golden city has everything imperial like that will most likely up your Instagram notifications. Also, trust us these are no common attractions, but the land which was once the homes of rulers that managed the place. Camel safari in the desert is one of the best activity to get the overview of this iconic landmark and click some pictures bringing life to this desert land.
Best time to visit Jaisalmer: November to March
7. Taj Mahal
Whenever we talk about seven wonders of the world, Taj Mahal tops the list for a reason. This monument of love is the best-known building in the world and arguably the most beautiful one. The architecture is sublime but it is the story that the stones embody that draws seven million visitors each year. Feel the power of love and show it in your snaps and in no time, you will see a hike in your fan following.
Best time to visit Agra: November to mid-April
Location: Agra, Uttar Pradesh
What can be better than backwaters on a beach? Nothing, right! Showcase the same feeling in your pictures and please your I-fans with spectacular snaps of God’s Own Country. Moreover, Kumarakom is heavenly abode in Kerala blessed with one of the best sunrise and sunsets. What more could one ask for?
Best time to visit Kumarakom: September to mid-April
Being one of the oldest living cities in India, Varanasi also called as Benaras is the perfect spot for taking the old-world charm in a frame and sharing it with the Instagrammers all around the world through your profile. The renowned Ganga Aarti, the calming moon, and twilight sky make for a charming snap.
Best time to visit Varanasi: October to March
Location: Uttar Pradesh
Gaining popularity for its ruined temples and the natural beauty encompassing it, Hampi is an ancient village in the state of Karnataka. The ruins in Hampi are so magnificent that you’ll be spellbound by their beauty. All the travelers who visit this destination, get captivated by it and there’s nothing else they need except a camera at that moment.
Best time to visit Hampi: September to March