Goa, India's smallest state, has beautiful beaches, private pool villas, and cheap alcohol. After 450 years of Portuguese rule, it remains a popular destination.

Mumbai, known for its slums and Bollywood filming locations, has gained popularity since 2008, making it a popular tourist destination with its unique blend of chaos and excitement.

Udaipur, known as "The City of Lakes," offers stunning scenery, peaceful surroundings, and a chance to explore nearby forts, lakes, and the City Palace.

Jodhpur, known as "The Blue City," is renowned for its blue-painted old town and Mehrangarh Fort, offering panoramic city views and affordable accommodations.

India's Pushkar pilgrimage site has a Hindu Brahma statue and festivals. Visitors may receive blessings but face pressure and disrespect. The city has beautiful views and vegetarian food.

Jaipur, a beautiful pink city with forts, atmosphere, and attractions like Amer Fort and Jal Mahal, offers a perfect Diwali experience despite pollution.

Agra is renowned for its Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, and overnight sunsets on the lake. Visit early in the morning for unique photo opportunities.

Delhi, India's capital, offers a blend of poverty and modernism, making it perfect for couples. Its markets offer affordable, high-quality gifts.