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India Travel Guide

Himalayas
Himalayas, the world’s highest mountain range, is an awe-inspiring sight with its majestic snow-clad mountains and hills, lush green forests, burbling water streams, glaciers, valleys and the rich wildlife of the region. The Himalayan region comprises of a good number of famous hill stations of the country forming a special tourist attraction for people across the globe. It is sure set to be a worthwhile experience for all with its captivating natural beauty and the pleasant breeze working like a therapeutic balm on one’s mind and body.
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Rajasthan
Rajasthan, the culturally vibrant state of the Incredible India, is a sheer delight to visit and enhance your taste for the awe-inspiring rich cultural heritage and the traditional glimpses of the country. Being surrounded by the marvellous sand dunes with the oldest mountain range serving as the backdrop is a unique experience in itself. The whole ethnic and cultural aura of the city with its magnificent forts and palaces, varied landscapes, lush green forests, stupendous wildlife, stimulating fairs and festivals showcasing the best of Rajasthani everything along with the sumptuous delicacies of the region are sure to leave you completely mesmerised and wanting more at the end.
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Kerala
Kerala, the amazing beach city of India, is among the top tourist destinations for an ultimate soothing experience in the tranquillity and immaculate appeal of the backwaters. The city paves way for creating a rejuvenating aura with the scenic natural beauty, clean and green environs and a pleasant, eco-friendly breeze throughout. The location is every bit exotic with the serene beaches, waters and waterfalls, lush green forests, amazing wildlife and healthy yet very appetizing delicacies particular of the region. The privileged city enjoys quite a special place geographically with the Western Ghats mounted on one side while the Arabian Sea spread out on the other.
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Goa
If fun, adventure, sports, night clubs, beaches, revitalizing inner self and luscious seafood is your thing, then, Welcome to Goa. Popularly known as the Party Shangri-la and the Beach City of India with its numerous glittery sand beaches and some of the most happening cool nightclubs, Goa is the perfect tourist destination. Goa has a dreamlike quality about it with some of its fabulous natural scenic beauty, peregrine landscapes, crystal clear blue sea waters, powdery golden beach sands, which all combine together to make for the overall serenity the city has to offer.
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Andamans
Enchanting sounds of gentle waves kissing the sea shore, the serenity of lush green environs, the mind-blowing thrills of adventure sports, the mystifying exploration of cultures and societies whose origins date back to over thousand years – all that's just a quick snapshot of the pristine Andaman Islands, which are amongst India's topmost tourist destinations. Located in the Bay of Bengal separate from the India's mainland, these islands represent some of the most picturesque locations that India boasts of and are home to some indigenous tribes that still have no contact with the "civilized" world.
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Mumbai
Country’s western segment comprises of a few popular and busiest cities like Mumbai and Pune and religious spaces like Shirdi. Well known as the financial and commercial capital of India, Mumbai is a city of dreams. Always racing ahead of time in its own busy challenging world, it holds a unique charm for one and all. Life in the Metro is both luxurious as well as modest at the same time; be it culture, sport, food or commercial dealings, luxury or austerity, you name the domain and Mumbai thrivingly caters to it all. Pune happens to be next in line with its huge IT cosmos, popularly known as the Oxford of the East and Queen of the Deccan. Besides the pieces of culture, tradition, arts & crafts and theatre, Pune is fast developing as an important commercial point. The city is very scenic with the blooming hills and sightly lakes all around and along with the novelties, succeeds in exhibiting that old-worldly charm about it with the cycle rickshaws, free open spaces etc.
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Bhutan & Nepal
If your idea of a vacation has less to do with shopping and adrenaline rush and more to do with rediscovering yourself in the lap of nature, then a quiet retreat to Nepal and Bhutan is just the right therapy for you. Bejeweled with the gift of majestic Himalayas, the spiritual and soulful traditions of Buddhism and Hinduism, and warm hospitality of the local people, these two small nations of South Asia together pack a big deal as tourist destinations. Bhutan, which is relatively less known in the West, can surprise a visitor by its immense ecological wealth being home to over 750 species of birds and 5300 species of plants.
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Golden Triangle Tour
Picking from a whole range of destinations in the culturally-rich country of India can be a tricky affair. However, luckily, the best of Indian tradition and heritage can easily be seen and experienced across what is called a Golden Triangle – a popular tourist circuit covering world-famous cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. The eternal monument of love (Taj Mahal), the grandeur of Mughal-era architecture and the sophistication of legendary royal forts and palaces of Rajasthan – all of these pack a great deal of 3-4 day sight-seeing for a tourist.
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Temples of South India
A trip to India simply cannot be imagined without a consideration of the deep religiosity and spirituality that is celebrated at every nook and corner of this diverse country. One way to witness and experience that is to undertake a trip covering temples of the South India. These temples are known to leave their visitors awe-struck not just by their divine aura but also by their sheer splendor and architectural elegance. Sustaining the faiths of millions of devotees and worshippers that visit them every day, these temples are also counted as heritage sites having stood tall for centuries.
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