Five Amazing Ways to Discover Incredible India!

It won’t be exaggerating if we call India one of the most colorful, vivacious, and life-affirming countries in the world. Its amalgamation of natural, historical and cultural wonders is overwhelmingly desirable, and draws tourists of all interests and ages.

With size so huge and attractions so myriads, tourists might be uncertain about what to put in their India holiday itinerary.

To help you out, we bring five spectacular ways to discover India in its marvellous forms!

“The Golden Triangle Tour” for History Buffs



The Incredible Wind Palace in Jaipur

India is far-famed for its rich, eventful history that can be best explored on the all-time classic “Golden Triangle Tour. This fantastic excursion covers three of North India’s most revered destinations – Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur, and gives you an intriguing peek into its glorious past. While in Delhi, you would admire the sights like Red Fort and Qutub Minar, before heading to Agra to get awed by the timeless beauty of Taj Mahal. Jaipur, fondly called the Pink City, is popular for its mammoth forts, palaces and colourful bazaars.


South India – for magnificent beaches and tranquil backwaters



Beautiful Varakla Beach, Kerala

Seeking seclusion in the lap of nature? Head to the south! Imagine feasting your eyes on breathtaking ocean panoramas, inhaling refreshing ocean breeze, and kicking back by pristine beaches or tranquil backwaters. Explore vibrant Goa beaches – Baga, Vagator and Arambol are the top picks, before moving more south to find ultimate serenity and solace at Kovalam and Varkala in Kerala. Known as the God’s Own Country, Kerala is also home to tranquil, meandering backwaters. Hire a houseboat and voyage through these mystic waterways while relishing soul-soothing vibe abounding you.


The Wild India



The mighty Bengal Tigers 

Do you know that Kipling’s ‘The Jungle Book’ is inspired from the Indian forests? You can imagine how fascinating it would be to witness that wonderful wildlife in its natural habitat. India has plenty of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, giving you a chance to get up close and personal with the country’s exotic flora & fauna. Visit Tadoba Reserve near Nagpur, Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan, and Jim Corbett National Park in search of the mighty Indian tigers, or plan a trip to Kaziranga to spot the endangered one-horned rhinos. Kanha Tiger Reserve and Gir National Park are other famed wildlife destinations in India.


Religious Tours



The Golden Temple, Amritsar

India has countless temples and shrines, dedicated to thousands of deities that people worship here. Some of these religious abodes are magnificently built and well-preserved from the bygone eras. From the glittering Golden Temple in Amritsar and the erotically carved edifices of Khajuraho to white marble Jain Temples in Rajasthan to the unique cave temples of Ajanta and Elora – there is a plethora of options when you plan a religious tour in India to find your inner self. South Indian temples are famous for their stunning architecture and exquisite décor.


Trekking and Mountains


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Otherworldly Landscapes of Ladakh

India is a playground for adrenaline junkies, with its lofty mountains offering heart-throbbing adventures such as trekking, biking, camping, and rafting. Manali, Ladakh, and Rishikesh are three highly rated trekking destinations in North India. For best trekking experience and ideal weather, plan your holiday between March and June. Darjeeling and Sikkim in Northeast, and Munnar and Ooty in the South are other top spots for those up for trekking and other mountainous adventures in India.



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