India, a holy land of gods and goddesses, is a land to travel to, a haven of tourism delight, a civilization of tour through. India is a diverse country in terms of race, caste, religion, language, geography, flora and fauna and so on. Tourists come to India for its mesmerizing wealth of sights, cultural exuberance and diversity of terrain. Over one billion people speaking more than 1500 different languages, India is the country where people live in great diversity, but still with a sense of unity in diversity.
Indian offers great diversity of geographical locations to its visitors. On one hand it has deep lush mangroves of the sunderbans and on the other hand steaming hot Thar Desert. In the north it has high mountains of Himalaya while in the south deep Blue Ocean.
Southern India offers mesmerizing natural beauty of the Arabian Sea, Western Ghats, lush green plains and hill stations, paddy fields and coastal belts, exotic wildlife, rich amalgam of culture and customs, natural Ayurveda and many more. Kerala is one of the most beautiful holiday destinations in the world. Kerala offers you world class standards of cleanliness and health. Kerala’s beauty is enhanced by its temples, forts, synagogues and various other places.
Goa, one of the states of India located on the western coast and surrounded by Arabian sea on the west, state of Maharashtra on its north, Karnataka on the east and south. Goa is famous for its beach holidays. The diverse culture of Goa is amalgam of Hindu and Christian culture where you’ll find temples and churches and old houses. Tourists, from all parts of the India and the world travel to Goa especially to see its forts, festivals, monuments and to taste its cuisine.
Rajasthan, situated on the north-western region of India, is a colourful state of India. Aravali mountain ranges, sand dunes, lakes of Udaipur, forts of Jaipur, Bundi and Jodhpur are the most preferred destinations in India. It is where you will find the folk culture, men and women in colourful turbans and skirts, quiet villages, camels, elephants and tigers, harsh sunlight and the cool evening breeze – are all there in abundance. The Holy Pilgrimage site of Pushkar is mentioned in both the Mahabharata and Ramayana.
One of the most exiting holiday destinations for summers is Himalayan region, which cover the entire northern part of India. Himalayas is the ultimate destination for those who are looking for adventure like mount climbing and trekking and sightseeing. Himalaya Mountains were considered as the abode of lord Shiva from where originates all the holy rivers of India. Himalaya, in totality is the best adventure destination where you can enjoy White Water River rafting, trekking, mount climbing, camping etc.
India is a country with rich and varied wild life. Almost 4 % of the total land is covered with forests. The diverse land of India is the home of many wildlife sanctuaries and national parks where you can find leopards, lions, Asiatic elephants, the Bengal tiger and the Siberian crane and several hundreds of other species. There 482 wildlife sanctuaries and 90 national parks in India thus making it a paradise for nature lovers who visits to explore the wildlife of India.
India is a travel hub which is connected with the countries like Nepal and Bhutan on its north and while to its south are Sri Lanka and Maldives. Thus tourist gets an option of travel beyond India. India is connected with railways, roadways and airways with the northern countries at least to the borderlines within the jurisdiction of India. Hence, the travellers get an advantage to make holidays
in these countries whereas two neighbouring tourist destinations located in south India – Maldives and Sri Lanka – are connected by waterways and the airways. So the travellers get an option of making luxury cruises in India along the coastline of three water bodies comprised of Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea.
No doubt the diverse culture of India is ‘paradise for the tourists’ which attracts more and more visitors from all over the world towards it heritage.