Discover India - India Tours Packages

India, the golden bird of medieval period, is the unexplored destination for the tourist from all over the world. India is a country which portrays amalgamation of different culture, religion, community and heritage. The geographical scenario of the country is very diverse which boasts of spectacular Himalaya, the most new mountain range of the world. There are many Hill stations situated in the valley of Himalaya such as Shimla, Kashmir, Mussorie, Darjeeling, Gangtok, Nainital, Spiti etc make it an ideal hub for nature lovers and adventure seekers. The golden sandy beaches of Goa, Kerala, Puducherry, Chennai, Mumbai and so more are some prominent attractions for beach lovers and Honey mooners. It is home to the amazing Thar Desert of Rajasthan which offers jeep and Camel Safaris.

India tour provides you a memorable journey to one most sought after cultural destination of the world. Being a home to one of the oldest civilization in the world, India is a hub of historical monuments and mausoleums. Tajmahal, Red fort, Gate-way-of India, Charminar, the temples of south India and Khajuraho, the ruins of Nalanda and Mohenjodaro settlements make it the perfect destination for archeologist and Historians.

A visit to these world Heritage sites is really an unforgettable experience in one’s life. India is one of those countries in the world which has preserved its culture and heritage. The most notable religions for instance Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, flourished in the country. In this way you can explore the confluence of many religions, too.

As far as the natural wealth of the unexplored land is concerned, no country in the world can compete with it flora and fauna. It is an ideal home to the several endangered and rarest of rare mammals, reptiles and avian life. And to preserve its natural wealth, Indian Government has established many national parks and wild life sanctuaries where you can explore the beauty of Royal Bengal tigers, Asian lions and many other mammals. The one-horned Rhinoceros is only found in Kaziranga National Park in India. Besides them Indian flora provide wide ranger of options such as: Medical tourism, Eco Tourism etc.

Tiger India's jungles, rivers and streams are simply bursting with wildlife; much of it protected in her 80 National Parks and 441 Sanctuaries. Popular ones are Corbett, Rajaji and Dudhwa (Uttar Pradesh), Kanha, Pench (Madhya Pradesh) and Sasan Gir (Gujarat).

Sariska and Ranthambor (Rajasthan), Kaziranga, Manas (Assam), Mudumalai, Bandipore and Wyanad (Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve-Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala) are the other well known game sanctuaries. Keoladeo Ghana, Bharatpur (Rajasthan) is a famous bird sanctuary. Find yourself as you lose the cares of life in the city.

The temple trail in India just trails on and on and on.... winding past the monuments of man's love for the divine. The gilded gurudwara in Amritsar, ancient weather-beaten cathedrals in Goa, 'dargahs' (mausoleums) of Muslim saints and grand temples to the innumerable Hindu deities; these houses of worship are as precious as works of art. Mammalapuram, Tamil Nadu.

Catch the trail as it runs through Ajmer, Delhi, Fatehpur Sikri, Varanasi, Madurai, Sarnath, Gaya, Orchha, Tanjore, Trichy, Tirupati, Mathura, Ayodhya, Jammu, Badrinath, Haridwara and Rishikesh. The legacy of spiritual succour lives on in the land of exotica. In Pune, Pondicherry, Puttaparthy and Dharamsala, Osho, Auroville, the Sai Baba and Buddhist monks explore a new life, of what is and what could be.

Goa Explore the same along turquoise blue and breezy beaches along the coast. Windswept or sunny, India's beaches are peculiarly Indian. Crowded and cheery, sometimes dirty, always delightful, you'll find them in Kerala's Kovalam, in the Andamans and Lakshadweep, in Goa, quiet Gokarna, and 'templescaped' Puri, Kanyakumari and Mahabalipuram.

Ruins of forts, palaces, picturesque 'havelis' (large private houses) and mausoleums pepper the landscape. In and around Delhi, Agra, Rajasthan, all over the country actually, historical sites intrigue the history enthusiast. Purana Qila, the old fort in Delhi. Important sites are Hampi, Khajuraho, Mandu, Aurangabad, Bikaner, Goa, Gwalior, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Mahabalipuram, Tanjore and Mysore.

Museums, business centres, nightlife, large markets, embassies and consulates mark space in the bigger cities of India. Bustling with activity, bristling with high voltage energy, busy-busy-busy, New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Calcutta, Bangalore, Pune and Hyderabad make up India's urban landscape.

Mt. Kanchenjunga The world's highest mountains form a tall 2500 km long wall along India's northeast frontier and are prime climbing territory for the outdoor types. The mountainous regions of Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh and Leh are high altitude trekking options.

The "blue mountains" of the Nilgiri Hills in the Deccan, and the lower reaches of the Himalayas in Garhwal, Kumaon and around Darjeeling are simpler and ideal for a leisurely hike.

From stark white mountains framed against sheer clear blue to forested hills that enclose rushing streams, there is endless variety for the hiker. In the hills, in tiny towns with winding 'mall roads' survive the British legacy of "hill stations". These cool getaways from the simmering plains continue to entertain weekend tourists in the summers. Shimla, Manali, Kasauli and Mussoorie in the north, Shillong, Darjeeling and Kalimpong in the east, Ooty and Munnar in the south are the most popular. Dhanaulti

So much to do, so much to little time! That holds completely true for the Indian experience. Don't push yourself to do it all because that's well nigh impossible but choose well and plan little, open your mind and be gathered up by the experience that the world calls "India".