The most diverse country in the world culturally, linguistically and geographically has enough of must see locations that can probably take a lifelong of vacationing to cover. From the snow capped mountain ranges of the Himalayas in the North to the bustling ancient city of Kanyakumari in the South, India beholds a treasure trove of secrets for travellers to unravel during their time here.
With the ever magnificent Taj Mahal being the major attraction, the historic city of Agra is a labyrinth peppered with monuments which reflect centuries of bygone history. Take a walk around the Agra Fort, the Fatehpur Sikhri and Emperor Akbar’s burial tomb. Feel history coming alive right in front of eyes.
Nestled between the beautiful snow clad peaks overlooking a sprawling sea of tea estates, this amazing city has enthralled tourists since time memorial. With many attractions including the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO this is a must visit place on the map of India
The Capital City of India boasts of three World Heritage Sites namely the Red Fort, Qutub Minar and Humayun’s tomb. This magnificent city also houses the Jama Masjid- India’s largest mosque and the Lotus Temple which is a sight to behold due to its intricate architecture inspired from a lotus flower.
With close to two million visitors every year, this lovely state cuddled in the lap of nature is one of the most visited places in the country. With amazing beaches, architecture highly influenced by the Portuguese, Goa is a haven for newly-wed couples and bachelors alike. The Bom Jesus Basilica houses the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier and is one of the highly visited places in Goa. Ethnic music and dance forms adds flavour to this tiny state along the Western Coast.
The perfect getaway from a hot sweltering summer. Perhaps the most sought after hill stations in the country, Shimla and Kulu Manali offer sanctuary to the hordes of tourists that throng here in a desperate attempt to escape the heat.
Popularly known as the Pink City, Jaipur is a lovely city interwoven with rich heritage and towering forts. Take a walk through the intricately planned roads and experience a taste of Rajasthan in its true essence. The Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort and the Nahargarh Forts among the other monuments in Jaipur establishes why it is Included on the Golden Triangle tourist circuit, along with Delhi and Agra. Stands testimony to the culturally extravagant taste nurtured by its inhabitants.
Karnataka is a right mix of the urban and the rural. With cities like Bangalore which is in the forefront of technological development and beautiful forests like Koorg encompassed in nature, Karnataka stands testimony to the culturally extravagant taste nurtured by its inhabitants. The Mysore Palace is the second most visited tourist destination in India.
Home to eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites Tamil Nadu is a culturally rich state bustling with activity but yet conservative in many aspects. With the sprawling Marina Beach in Chennai, to the Meenakshi Temple in Madurai, the toy train in Ooty and the cozy city of Pondicherry, Tamil Nadu paves the way for an exciting journey.