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India being a vast geographical country with 29 states and 3 union territories, it is simply not possible for any traveler to tour the country in one visit. And we are sure that the first tour in this beautiful country will be so captivating, that you will yearn to visit the land again – and say “Once More”. With so much to offer in terms of history, heritage, culture, and natural beauty with hills & Mountains, rivers and streams, and Wildlife, in a tour of 2 -3 weeks weeks, a visitor can at best experience one or two states. However, if you do wish to extend your tour by a couple of days to visit some places that may interest you, you may choose to add on the tours from some suggested itineraries given. For instance, if your are on a tour of North India, you can add on a 3 or 4 nights tour of Madhya Pradesh covering Khajuraho, Orchha, Gwalior or Aurangabad, Or If you are touring West Bengal, you can add on Sikkim and Darjeeling, or for that matter, Sunderbans – the world’s largest mangrove forest, and home to the Royal Bengal tiger, or even Andamans Island. Which ever region of the country you are in, you can extend your visit to any other state.
If you are desirous of extending your tour of North India to gain spiritual enlightenment, then this tour is the perfect one for you. The tour takes you through the Holy city of Rishikesh and Haridwar, both situated beside the sacred River Ganga.
A city in the state of Maharashtra is known for the 17th Century Marble Bibi Ka Maqbara shrine styled on the Taj Mahal. The nearby Shivaji Maharaj Museum dedicated to the Maratha King Shivaji displays war weapons and coin collection.
Amritsar is a city situated near the Pakistan Border in the state of Punjab, India. Amritsar is home to the Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple) which is the spiritual and cultural centre for the Sikh religion. You will not only admire the architectural splendor of the Golden Temple.
Varanasi regarded as the spiritual capital of India lures tourists and pilgrims who bathe in the holy Ganges river and many also perform funeral rites. Along the city’s winding streets are around 2000 temples including Kashi Vishwanath and the Golden Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. These places are not only attract pilgrims but also lure tourists across the world for an understanding of spiritualism.
Kashmir often referred to as “Paradise on Earth” is one of the most beautiful place located in Northern India in the Himalayan mountains where the time stands still and water in any of its forms, lakes, rivers, springs is the charm that creates music all over the valley. The alluring and majestic sweeps of forested mountains are tempered with miles of flowering meadows.
Located on the Western coast of India in the coastal belt of Konkan, Goa has been a melting pot of cultures, religion and races over the years. There is a lot to enjoy for all ages - from beaches to churches, to adventure sports, Goa has it all. Centuries of Portuguese rule and of the other dynasties have given Goa a very unique blend of the East and the West which is reflected in the buildings, churches and their architecture.
Known as the Heart Of India, Madhya Pradesh is famous for its natural beauty and cultural heritage. The rich and exotic flora and fauna, historical monuments, fort and palaces and high mountain ranges surrounded by thick dense forests and National Parks, Madhya Pradesh has been able to allure tourists from across the world.
Darjeeling, a popular hill station since the colonial era situated at an elevation of 2050 mtrs features a blend of scenic beauty, breathtaking views of the snow capped Kanchenjunga mountains, dense forests, diverse cultures and many attractions including the famous Toy Train, monasteries, Tea plantations, spectacular sunrise and many more.
This North east tour package gives you stunning view of the breathtaking mountains and the most spectacular landscapes with the flora and fauna making it the perfect haven for adventure enthusiasts and naturalists. The tranquility and serenity of these places gives the traveler the much needed break from the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan life.
Situated at the confluence of the River Ganga and Jalangi, Mayapur is the spiritual capital of the world with the Headquarters of the ISCKON temples being located here. It is believed that Lord Krishna’s incarnate Sri Chaitanya Mahabrabhu was born here in 1486 AD.
For those with a fascination in Wild life, this is an ideal tour that will take you through the Sunderbans Tiger Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the world’s largest mangrove forest where you can spot tigers and other animals in their natural habitats.