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13 Most Instagrammable Places in India That You Cannot Miss in 2022

Updated: Sep 30, 2022

In this day and age of social media, taking aesthetic pictures of people, places, and even things has taken hold of almost everyone. So, finding the most visually pleasing places has become very important. In India itself, there are plenty of such places. All you need to do is pay attention to your surroundings.


We've compiled a list of such “must-photograph” destinations to help you refine your list. Continue reading to find out the 13 most Instagrammable places in India that you just can't miss out on!



13 Most Instagrammable Places in India


India is a country that has innumerable locations to take your breath away. From the dense forests to the snow-capped mountains to the fine beaches, it has everything! Let’s take a more detailed look at some of the most Instagrammable places in India that you can pay a visit to for your next holiday:



1. City Palace


Front view of City Palace in Jaipur
Image by Trip Advisor

The layout of the palace's interior and exterior is without a doubt beautiful and vivid. The most distinctive aspect of the palace is the ornate gateways in the inner courtyard, known as Pritam Niwas Chowk.


The Jaipur City Palace doors are the city's most famous photographic backdrop after the Hawa Mahal. Make it a point to see these stunning doors while you are in Jaipur since they are painted with complex patterns, vibrant shades, and shimmering gold paint.


Several Hindu gods are revered here, and the four entrances symbolize the four seasons. Go explore this pink palace and capture pictures wherever you can!


Location: Jaipur



2. Chamba Camp


A view of the snow-covered mountains behind Chamba Camp
Image by Trip Advisor

Thiksey is situated in Jammu and Kashmir's Leh district. This small community has grown increasingly well-known thanks to the picture-perfect views that make up a significant portion of its allure, as well as the opulent camps erected high above.


The Chamba Camp is a high-end glamping destination that boasts some of the best scenery for picturesque views. When visiting Thiksey, pick one of the region's lavish tents to stay in for a distinctive wilderness camping experience.


Guests can only enjoy the scenery for a limited number of months each year, but the photos they take are guaranteed to be treasured for a lifetime.


Location: Thiksey



3. Alleppey


A houseboat on a stream passing through fields in Alleppey, Kerala
Image by Pick Your Trail

In Alleppey, you can get the perfect Instagram shot of the gorgeous coastline and the clear blue water. Take a 3-hour boat ride or, at the very least, go on an overnight houseboat trip to really experience the hypnotic splendor of the water.


As the houseboat lazily floats by the innumerable palm trees, watch as the world slows down around you. You will be amused by the diversity of wildlife as well as the floating supermarket, where you could shop in an unconventional way and find countless photo opportunities.


Location: Kerala



4. Munnar


The green tea plantations in Munnar, Kerala
Image by Holidify

The hill town of Munnar is covered in symmetrical tea plantations, which are absolutely gorgeous. The most Instagram-worthy photos are taken in the local area's wide green expanse of tea plantations and gardens.


Munnar is enticing and fantastic for photography in India, offering everything from exquisite close-up shots of tea leaves to a panoramic view of the valleys. Additionally, you have the option to dress up in regional garb to further enhance the aesthetic appeal of your post.


Anyone would like to get lost in this natural landscape because of the beautiful skies, lush hills, and spectacular mountains in the distance.


Location: Kerala


5. Valley of flowers


A valley of flowers in Uttarakhand
Image by Veena World

Ever wanted to be surrounded by flowers wherever you went? Valley of Flowers National Park was created with that in mind.


Each and every one of the more than 600 plants on display at this UNESCO site is ideal for adding some color to your Instagram account. There are more than 600 plant species in the park, five of which are globally endangered and unique to Uttarakhand.


You could even pack a tent and set up camp right next to a flower field, which is an incredibly lovely scenario that you should undoubtedly film. It's as if you've just unlocked the gates to heaven if a national park is established to celebrate the splendor of flowers!


Location: Uttarakhand



6. Rann of Kutch


Rann of Kutch, the largest salt desert
Image by Country Holidays Inn and Suites

The Rann of Kutch, a scenic desert in Gujarat, is also called as the Great Rann. The largest salt desert, which spans an area of 8,000 square kilometers, is the most breathtaking location. Just over the Tropic of Cancer is where the vast area of broken ground is located.


This place is perfect for any photo shoot because it has miles and miles of marble-white sand! The ideal time to visit is generally considered to be in the evenings. The sun sinking over the white sand with hues of pink, yellow, and blue blending into one another overhead is undoubtedly a sight to witness. The heat is also less harsh at that time.


Location: Gujarat



7. Dal lake


Houseboats with bright lights on the Dal Lake in Kashmir
Image by Wion

The second-largest lake in Jammu & Kashmir is Dal Lake, which is also Srinagar's most popular tourist destination. It resembles a real-life artwork thanks to the sharp reflection of the mountains in the deep blue water and the numerous boats scattered throughout the lake.


In addition to the lake's natural splendor, the houseboats and the floating market provide picturesque scenes. Late July and August are the most beautiful months to see the lotuses bloom. Make the most of your chance to ride on one of these boats if you want to acquire the greatest picture for your feed.


Location: Kashmir



8. Jodhpur


The blue city of Jodhpur in Rajasthan
Image by Trip Savvy

Jodhpur commonly referred to as the blue city, is one of Rajasthan's most beautiful and picturesque cities. When it comes to Rajasthani culture and heritage, colors are a very important component. Therefore, if you're organizing a photo shoot in any part of Rajasthan, playing with color is a must.


Cozy winter evenings are ideal for photo shoots in Jodhpur. This eye-catching city possesses a number of different historical landmarks, temples, and monuments. Everything is painted the loveliest shade of blue that create the most hypnotic background imaginable.


Location: Rajasthan



9. Taj Mahal


The majestic white Taj Mahal in Agra
Image by Sudipta Mondal

Naturally, the Taj Mahal is one of the most popular Instagram locations in India. It is regarded as the Crown Jewel of India and the seventh wonder of the world.


The mausoleum's pristine white color is simply breathtaking. Your India itinerary must include a stop at the Taj Mahal. Not just because it's a popular Instagram location, but also because it's amongst the most stunning old monuments in the entire world.


One of the most charming locations for pictures is the Taj Mahal's adjacent lake and landscaped gardens.


Location: Agra



10. Thar desert


Men and their camel standing in the middle of the Thar desert
Image by Adotrip

Without a doubt, the Thar Desert is among India's most picturesque locations. Its brilliantly rippling sands provide the ideal setting for an exciting solo photoshoot or a romantic couple's portrait that belongs on your living room wall rather than just on Instagram.


The vast Thar Desert provides extravagant tours where you may relax in the desert, take camel rides, and take in the beautiful night sky. You can go through the desert on decked camels and at camping locations. Here, you can play with perspective shots as the huge, blue horizons touch the adjacent sand dunes.


Location: Jaisalmer



11. Hampi


A monument in Hampi, Karnataka
Image by Deccan Herald

Hampi is one of the most attractive ancient locations that still exist in the world today. It is home to a number of historic artifacts that reflect its history and cultural importance. However, this medieval location also integrates contemporary technology amidst its historic ambience.


The city's hundreds of crumbling structures, which are steeped in history, are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The inhabitants and caretakers have preserved every inch of this magnificent location and have even used social media to spread awareness of it around the world.


Location: Karnataka



12. Tsomgo Lake


Tsomgo lake surrounded by mountains covered in snow
Image by Noor Salim

One of the most stunning and well-known lakes in the northeast is Sikkim's Tsomgo Lake. This lake's vivid blue water and the mountains that surround it provide the ideal backdrop for photos for your Instagram account.


The lake is frozen throughout the winter and into the early spring, but it still gives you the most stunning photographic opportunities. It is just one of the most Instagrammable places in Northeast India.


Location: Sikkim



13. Ziro


North East India's Ziro Valley is an alluring vacation spot that draws people in with its hypnotic natural beauty. The place offers an impressive landscape with lovely, dense forests, streams, and highlands.


The Apa Tani tribe lives in this charming old town in the state of Arunachal Pradesh, which is well-known for its pine hills and rice paddies. Because Ziro's climate is mild all year round, traveling there is always a pleasant experience.


Location: Arunachal Pradesh


Conclusion


People often spend a lot of money looking for the perfect overseas location to get their dream pictures. However, there are so many more places just like these, here in India, that could be the perfect addition to your Instagram feed.


All you have to do is explore the hidden gems around you, for inspiration. There are so many unique cultures that you could easily fill up your Instagram feed without a shortage of aesthetically pleasing pictures!



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