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India – Why to go, where to go and what to see?

Updated on July 28, 2017

Why to choose India for your holidays ?

The country has a vast and diverse geography and demography. It extends from the widespread mountain 'Himalayas' in the north to the 'Indian Ocean' in the south. India is a peninsula, which is surrounded by water on three sides - the Indian Ocean in the south, the Bay of Bengal in the east and the Arabian Sea in the west.

Here is a list of beautiful places to visit in India -

Himachal Pradesh – Excellent Tourist Spot for Mountain lovers!

Himachal Pradesh is known as the land of mountains as 90% of the state contains mountains. It contains beautiful and lavish resorts, which are considered as the best all over the India. Himachal Pradesh is under strong Tibetan presence. Himachal Pradesh is first choice of adventure lovers for trekking. What else can make out the best holiday plan in India?

North East India – where nature is divinely majestic

The Eastern part of India consists of eight states, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Nagaland, and Tripura. East India is a wonderland which attracts tourists from many parts of the world. Nature is a boon for these states. They have all the natural resources like waterfalls, forests, wildlife, temples and green everywhere.

Rajasthan – Articulated with Architectural and Historical Awesomeness

The art of the state attracts the visitors. Almost 80% of the state is regarded as the center of tourists’ interest. The cities like Jaipur, Ajmer, Jaisalmer, and Jodhpur are well blended with the forts and Palaces of the rulers of the state. In the midst of the Thar Desert, there exists a green oasis named Mount Abu, a cool hill station.

Tamil Nadu – A Complete Package of Fascinating Locations

The state is the cradle of South Indian temple architecture with styles, originated in the 7th century. The state divine tourism destinations include Tiruchirapalli, Mahabalipuram, Kancheepuram, Rameswaram, Kanya Kumari. The best holiday packages in India include Kodaikanal in the Palani hills and Ooty hill stations.

Kerala – God’s Own Country!

Kerala is situated on the Malabar Coast and has a distance of nearly 600 m coastline through the Arabian Sea. This state consists of Palm lined beaches, backwaters, networks of canals etc. The state is famous for the growth of tea estates, coffee estates, spices. Kerala is the home for elephants, langur monkeys, and tigers. Some of the holiday spots to visit in this state are Alleppey, Munnar, Muzhappilangad, Gavi, Kollam, Kumarakom, Bekal, Wayanad and many others.

Goa – Filled with Oceanic Beauty and Fantastic Beaches

Goa is a land of beaches, waterfalls, caves, seminaries and retreat beach resorts. The Pearl of the East was nicknamed after Goa due to its coconut groves, Gothic churches, bubbly folk music, crumbling forts and much more. Goa will definitely stand in the line of places to visit in India. The Churches and the architecture of houses in Goa resemble the Portuguese style.

Ladakh – Trekkers’ First Choice

Ladakh (Land of High Passes) is a region in Jammu and Kashmir situated at higher altitudes attracts tourists with maximum exposing the natural beauty within it. The landscapes and jagged peaks will allure and awe-inspire the visitors. The festivals celebrated here are an eye feast and welcomes guests from various parts of the nation. The mountains within the higher altitudes are ideal for adventures like trekking, mountain biking, paragliding, and skiing.

India is the plethora of lovely destinations

India is the land of royal history, fascinating monuments, diverse culture and languages. This is the place that you must visit atleast once in your lifetime, because this land teaches you nothing but how to live the life with full of joy.

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