Travel Destinations

The grandeur of India’s culture and history and its natural beauty beckon to the traveler in search of a world-class holiday. India is one of the best and most unique travel destinations in the world and offers a wide array of choices in all of its distinct regions. There is something for everyone in India – ancient and modern cities, mountains, beaches, jungles and much more. There are so many great destinations that travelers find themselves coming back again and again to revisit their favourite locations and to discover more of the history, culture and timeless beauty that India has in store. From dazzling Mumbai nightlife to tiger sightings, adventure awaits you in the sub-continent.

One of the most popular tourist destinations is Goa. The state of Goa is relatively small but its tropical climate and beautiful beaches make it a top choice among tourists who flock there from all over the world. The locals are friendly and Goa is perfect for the traveler on a budget but also offers luxury accommodations for the well-heeled tourist as well.

Haridwar, located on the banks of the holy Ganges river, is another top destination for the tourist who would like to experience the rich history, culture and tradition to be found in abundance in India. You don’t have to be a Buddhist or a Hindu to appreciate the deep religious significance of this ancient site.

For nature tours, the Kerala region is perhaps the best choice – it is located in the South of India and contains wildlife sanctuaries populated by elephants, tigers, various rare birds and hundreds of other species. Kerala is truly a nature lover’s delight but offers much more – secluded beaches, coconut trees, and accommodations to meet every taste and budget are all here in abundance.

The somewhat troubled Kashmir region is still one of the most popular regions for tourists. Considered the crown of India, its lakes, mountains and valleys continue to attract travelers who come to stay in the famous houseboat hotels on the lake in Srinagar. With snow-covered peaks rising to almost 30,000 feet Kashmir plays host to 3 distinct climate regions: arctic desert, temperate and sub-tropical. There is much to see and experience in Kashmir.

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