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Top Places to Visit in India When Coronavirus Lockdown is Over

Top Places to Visit in India When Coronavirus Lockdown is Over

The year 2020 hasn’t turned out the way people expected. In fact, it was accompanied by the most unforeseen times ever with the world grappling with the novel Coronavirus. India reported its first case of COVID-19 in January and as of April 8, 2020, the total number of positive confirmed COVID-19 cases in India has crossed the 3,80,000-mark. Yes, the situation is grim and there’s not a lot left for us to do while we sit at home during the lockdown but pray and hope that this too shall pass.

Here’s our top some suggestions for you to visit when this prolonged Coronavirus lockdown is over:


Believe it or not, but there couldn’t be a better and more beautiful place to visit after this uncertain period than Sikkim. Truly a wondrous state, Sikkim is tucked away in the lap of the Himalayas and it will leave you in awe with its prismatic beauty and mesmeric charm. Its kaleidoscopic attractions – from lush forests, gurgling rivers and serene lakes to stunning Buddhist monasteries, national parks and exciting adventure activities – are sure to offer you the much-needed break from Corona.


If you’re looking for a peaceful vacation but do not wish to be away from the civilisation anymore, it is best to plan a trip of Meghalaya. One of the most beautiful states in Northeast India, Meghalaya is a perfect blend of sites, activities, food and festivals. From the colonial architecture and magnificent lakes in the capital of Shillong to the root bridges in the monsoon abode of Cherapunjii to the Asia’s cleanest village, Mawlynnong and much more, there is a lot here to feed the travel bug in you.


Travelling to the mountainous state of Nagaland will surely take all your worries away with its scenic beauty and well-preserved history and tradition. Nowhere else in the world can you have the kind of experience same as this land of festivals so prepare for a deep dive into the rich culture of the Nagas and other indigenous tribes.