Tours in India: Packed with delight
There is a saying that “There is an India for everyone”, sounds perfect. The multiplicity of seasons, festivals, cultures, languages, traditions, colours, heritages and geographical regions can impress any heart in the world. An India Tour encompasses not only the physical locations of the country but also the diverse and cosmopolitan culture and heritage. And if you are willing to go in for details one has to spend half his life time, understanding India. Naturally, India is blessed with one of the best varied climate and geography ranging from mighty Himalayas in the north to tropical and coastal waters of the south, thick and dense forests of the north east to the arid and barren sand deserts of the west with temperature variance of more than 40-45 degrees and altitude difference of colossal 25,000 ft. hence it is not wrong to say that There is an India for everyone.
Tours in India can’t be classified as one, as there is so much to offer that one package can’t do justice to one India tour. Hence, there are numerous Tours in India classified as per the choice of the sightseers and side-by-side India luxury hotels at every location. Some of the major examples are as below:
1.India Beaches Tours
2.India Wildlife Tours
3.India Cultural Tours
4.India Hill Station Tours
5.India Trekking Tours
6.India Angling Tours
7.Taj Mahal Tours
8.India Tribal Tours
9.Adventure Tours India
10.India Ayurveda Tours
11.India luxury hotels
12.India Heritage Tours
India’s geology is bustling with Flora and Fauna in 80 national parks and 441 various wildlife and bird sanctuaries. Jim Corbet, Kaziranga, Rajaji, Kanha, Gir, Ranthambore, Manas, Mudumalai, Nilgiris, Bandipore, Ghana etc are some to name a few famous parks and sanctuaries. Not only the tourists but also the birds all across the globe migrate to India in cold weather.
Tours in India also include holy and pious religious spots of rich Indian culture like Golden temple in Amritsar, the holy shrine of Sikhs, Weather beaten Cathedrals of Goa and numerous Hindu deities all across the country and thousands of years old ancient monuments in Mammallapuram (Tamilnadu).
Mt. Kanchenjunga along with the world’s highest mountains forms a soaring 2500 km long wall along India’s northeast frontier and are the prime climbing territory. The mountainous expanse of Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh and Leh are best high altitude trekking options. The "blue mountains" of the Nilgiri Hills in the Deccan and the lower reaches of the Himalayas in Garhwal, Kumaon and around Darjeeling are simpler and ideal for leisurely hikes.
One will say at the end, “There is so much to see in India, and there is so little I have seen in India”. So plan it out well and come closer to Incredible India.
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