Discover All Geographical Directions while on Tours to India

India is widely known for its cosmopolitan population, heritage sites, diverse cuisines, varied landscapes and rich biodiversity. From East to West and North to South, the country is filled with a number of awe-inspiring destinations that render tourists an insight into some rare natural and cultural treasures. Owing to the extraordinary variety of attractions, it is a little difficult to plan tours to India without a dedicated itinerary. In fact, it is advisable to look for numerous options available online so as to make the visit to this wonder land memorable.

East

The eastern part of India includes states like West Bengal, Bihar, Meghalaya, Assam, Sikkim, Mizoram, Manipur and Tripura. Buddhist and Hindu pilgrimage centres, expansive tea plantations and mesmerising hill stations are the highlights of this part of the country. Attractions like Bodhgaya, Puri and Gangtok attract a major proportion of tourists than others. East India is also popular for the elegant Odissi dance and the much-awaited Durga Puja.

West

Gujarat, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Goa are among the major West India destinations. This region is densely populated with people of different religions, thus making this area culturally diverse. What cause vacationers to browse for tour packages in India with this region being the prime focus is its royal connection, long coastline and inspiring history. This part of the country is also known for scenic hill stations like Mount Abu, Lonavala, Mahabaleshwar and Matheran. The financial capital of the India, Mumbai is also located in this region.

North

Including serene states like Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, as well some Union Territories like Chandigarh and New Delhi, this region of the country should be visited with ample time. Kashmir – the Heaven on Earth – is a place that makes every tourist go spellbound. Besides natural bounties, the northern part of the nation is also famous for pilgrimage centres, such as Jammu, Haridwar, Mathura and Varanasi. The jewels in the crown of North India are the several UNESCO World Heritage sites like Qutb Minar in Delhi and Taj Mahal of Agra.

South

Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu are the major states in southern India that allure visitors from all sects. These states are known for extravagant Hindu temples, backwaters, classical dances forms, milk-like waterfalls and wildlife sanctuaries. Tours to India are incomplete without exploring its this part, which has relatively gathered less attention of international travellers. Hence, many online travel portals have come up with all inclusive tour packages in India to not miss any of these.

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