This stunning spot easily offers one of the best sunset views of the Taj Mahal.
In the early evening we set out on a mission to find this location to see it with our own eyes. Located near the Taj Mahal East Gate, this beautiful structure wasn’t as easy to get to as we thought it would be.
We took wrong turns, got lost, were followed by a pack of children and trudged through huge mounds of dirt. But it was SO WORTH IT!
I’ve detailed the exact path you need to take (complete with photos) to reach this breathtaking spot in my FIRST BLOG POST FROM INDIA! So excited to share more amazing experiences in this beautiful country, so keep your eyes out for lots of new content!
Tips for visiting this Secret Sunset Spot:
* Follow my exact guide to get here and you won’t get lost! And if you do, I’ve included a second route you can take! * GPS coordinates are up on the blog! * It costs 50 indian rupees per person to enter
* Go about an hour or so before sunset and you’ll have the entire place to yourself!
* Bring a tripod! It’s maybe the only place you’re allow to take one!
* Wear close toed shoes for the walk, you can go barefoot at the location!
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We just had to repost the story with it. Hiking is so calming 🌏😍 The best thing of a trek, which i love is you get different location with different view everyday 😍These Mesmerizing places🏔️ are so cool to have beautiful memories and moments⌛.
This was the 2nd day of trek, we got late and it was raining on campsite but as always i do the first thing after reaching campsite is to click pictures in camp🤪 .
Me and my friend were sitting on a bench as our legs were screaming in protest to move even an another inch after 9 hours of trek to kedharnath from gorikund when i happened to see this elderly man walking past us forcing me to capture the moment as at that point those picture taught me the meaning of will, hope, passion and perseverance. #bwfilter#love#hope#where_there_is_a_will_there_is_a_way
Mi ciudad favorita de India fue Jaisalmer. La única ciudad silenciosa y que no estaba sobre poblada que visité. El calor era insoportable y aparte estaba enferma en esta parte del viaje, no pude explorarla como tenía planificado pero lo que pude ver me enamoró.
Announce your arrival by the dong of the bell
I will know you were there.
But he sees what is not
And hears when there is no sound
My Shiva is everywhere I need no invitation
and he needs no intimation.