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Incredible India!

India is the world’s seventh-largest country stretching from the high mountains of the Himalayas to the tropical greenery of Kerala, and from the sacred Ganges to the sands of the Thar desert.

India’s extremely diverse geography, with landscape ranging from snow-capped mountains to deserts, plains, hills and plateaus, has a huge role to play in making it such an alluring choice for travellers across the globe. India has 36 World Heritage Sites. In this land of surprises, the list of the places to visit is endless. Each destination has its own unique and enchanting charm that justifies why India is such a popular tourist choice. About 10 million foreign tourists visit India annually.

India is the country which is surrounded by the Himalayas, Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean, as we all know that it is rich in its culture, heritage, unique style temples, wildlife, sanctuaries etc. which will attract the tourists large in number.

India is not only limited to above areas but also it has many tributaries like Sharavathi, Ganga, Yamuna, Brahmaputra, Indus and many more. Many amazing waterfalls places can also be found in almost all parts of India.
Visiting India is a dream of every foreigner because India has lot to travel and explore many adventures things. India is where the people live with much diversity. India is considered as Multi-lingual country where you can find many people who speaks different languages.

You can visit the Sunderbans located in the Thar Desert, most fascinating cities like Bombay, Delhi, Mumbai and many more, water world like Andaman’s, Sea, and Ocean etc. The famous carvings places like Badami, Ajanta, Ellora, and Hampi etc.

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India as Tourist Destination

India’s capital, Delhi, on the River Ganges, has numerous cultural attractions, top class shopping and international cuisine. The so-called “Golden Triangle” is also located in this province, and includes the city of Jaipur and historic Agra, home of the Taj Mahal.

Given these destinations’ popularity, they offer a huge range of accommodations, tours and other amenities targeted at foreign visitors, which makes vacation planning in the region relatively easy. Cities in Rajasthan include Jodhpur and Udaipur, while Amritsar and Chandigarh lie in the Punjab. Northern India is bordered by the Himalayan Mountains, which provide a center for adventure tourism, with activities such as trekking, mountaineering, rafting and paddling.

Chennai is one of the largest and most historic cities in southern India, offering dozens of palaces, temples and forts. Bangalore is renowned for its mild climate and beautiful royal palaces, while Hyderabad is a city of domes and minarets, interspersed with colorful bazaars. The state of Kerala, along the southwestern seaboard, offers idyllic, unspoiled beaches, quaint ports and resort towns such as Kovalam. The coastal backwaters are a good area for cruising and wildlife watching, and the coral islands of Lakshadweep, near Kochi, are a top location for diving and snorkeling.

Mumbai’s cultural attractions include monuments and museums, colonial forts and hill stations, but downtown Mumbai also offers excellent shopping and dining. The Arabian Sea coastline is characterized by picturesque fishing villages surrounded by coconut groves, with a few developed beach resorts such as Goa, Manori and Madh Island. Western India is also renowned for its cave systems, the most prominent including the Ellora and Ajanti Caves, which contain ancient carvings and rock paintings.

Eastern India lies along the Bay of Bengal, and Kolkata is its largest city. West Bengal’s attractions include imperial palaces, forts, temples, bazaars, museums and a historic miniature train, and this area is also the country’s leading golf destination. The district of Assam, best known for its tea plantations, has numerous wildlife preserves, housing endangered species such as the Asian elephant, Bengal tiger and Indian rhino. Kaziranga and Manas National Parks are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Beach destinations include the Andaman Islands.

India’s North East is a land of undulating hills and plains with luxuriant green cover and a wide variety or rare and exotic flora and fauna. Insular and relatively virgin, the country’s tribal corner, with lush, beautiful landscapes, endemic flora and fauna of the Indo-Malayan group and famous for Tea Gardens. Consists of seven tiny states (by Indian standards, some of them are larger than Switzerland or Austria) popularly nicknamed as the Seven Sisters.

Mountainous and beautiful, a tourist destination for the adventurous and the spiritual. This region contains some of India’s most visited hill-stations and religious places. Includes the exquisitely scenic states.

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