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Andaman & Nicobar

Andaman and Nicobar are a large group of nearly 600 islands in the Bay of Bengal. Though they are a part of India politically, they are closer to Myanmar and Thailand than to the Indian mainland. They were just north of the epicenter of the Boxing Day quake of 2004, and were the site of dozens of aftershocks. The Nicobars were badly hit by the resulting tsunami, while the Andamans escaped with a few bruises.
The islands of Andaman and Nicobar are affectionately dowered with the designation of 'Emerald Islands' owing to their unparalleled charm and breath-taking flora and fauna. Thus, state tourism in Andaman and Nicobar islands have flourished and expanded its network. Indeed, the exotic locales, the sun-kissed beaches, the alluring picnic spots and the various other marvels have truly taken the state tourism to another level.

Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh is a state bordering India’s south-eastern coast. Tropical forests, rivers, hills and caves make it a popular ecotourism destination. Beaches line the Bay of Bengal, offering spots for swimming and surfing. Major cultural landmarks include Tirumala Venkateswara Temple, an ornate hilltop shrine to Hindu’s Vishnu, in the southern part of the state. It’s visited by tens of millions of pilgrims annually. The state of Andhra Pradesh having the longest eastern coastline and with a trail of Buddha Period glory, houses and holds many heritage sites adorned with pristine splendour, the forts, citadels and architectural masterpieces built by the past Royal hegemony and its noble Emperors. The magnificent palaces and places, monuments, memorials, tombs and stately structures built by them reflect the art and craftsmanship, architecture and culture that originated on this land.
There are beautiful dams, valleys, hills and ridges with the scenic dale, tranquil lake waters, swirling beach waves, meadows, resorts, hill stations, caves, virgin forests, sanctuaries and national parks which a visitor can enjoy to his heart's content. Temples and shrines of pilgrimage are the important destinations of tourist traffic and are a big source of revenue flow. Museums and archaeological treasure houses with different galleries showcase historic and amazing collections of antiques, artefacts and weaponry.


Assam is a state in north-eastern India known for its wildlife, archaeological sites and tea plantations. In the west, Guwahati, Assam’s largest city features silk bazaars and the hilltop Kamakhya Temple. Umananda Temple sits on Peacock Island in the Brahmaputra River. The state capital, Dispur, is a suburb of Guwahati.
The vibrant and happening land of Assam possesses a significant position in the map of India. Blessed with immaculate natural beauty of the wild, peaceful villages, and lush green tea gardens, this North-Eastern state calls every enthusiastic traveller to get bathed in its scenic charm. The historical monuments at Sibsagar, the ancient temples at the heart of Umananda, the tea gardens of Jorhat and the wildlife population of Kaziranga paint the canvas of Assam with vibrant shades. In addition to that, the diverse population and distinctive cultural panorama of Assam brought it the stature of the most happening state of North-East India. The dance forms like Bihu, Bagarumba, Ali-Ai-Ligang, and Jhumur Nach are particular to Assam only and hardly have been into limelight. Also, the food habit, cuisines and desserts prepared here are much distinctive than rest of the country.


Maharashtra is the third largest state in India and has tremendous wealth in the form of caves, attractive hill stations, virgin beaches, holy places and wildlife in plenty. It is a state spanning west-central India, is best known for its fast-paced capital, Mumbai (formerly Bombay). This sprawling metropolis is the seat of the Bollywood film industry. It’s also famed for sites like the British Raj-era Gateway of India monument and the cave temples at nearby Elephanta Island. Maharashtra is a complete tourist destination in itself and a delight for those fond of travelling. With all its attractions, Maharashtra exudes a mesmerizing aura which is hard to ignore.


Goa is famous for its beaches and places of worship, and tourism is its primary industry. Tourism is generally focused on the coastal areas of Goa, with decreased tourist activity inland. Foreign tourists, mostly from Europe, arrive in Goa in winter whilst the summer and monsoon seasons see a large number of Indian tourists.
Goa is India’s smallest state by a considerable margin, but its pocket-sized charms exert a powerful allure. You feel the difference immediately on arrival – the familiar sub continental bustle and jostling give way to a measured languor and broad smiles, and the skies clear to a distant horizon. Just 1,429 square miles, with a population of 1.5 million, this is where the crowded cityscapes of urban India give way to coconut groves; the blare of traffic yields to birdcalls and the insistent whisper of sea on sand. No wonder this is India’s most popular resort destination – not just for travelers from Europe, Israel and Russia, but increasingly for India’s growing middle class, for whom Goa is famously summed up by the Konkani word meaning ‘laid-back’ or ‘relaxed’.

Golden Triangle

Golden Triangle Tour is the most popular tourist circuit in India. This incredible Golden Triangle Tour comprising the three famous cities of India-Delhi, Agra and Jaipur having grandeur, glory & history.
Tourists from all over the globe come to India to explore the beauty of golden triangle tour. While visiting these, wonderful sight during the tourism in Golden Triangle you will get a chance to see a huge difference in language, tradition, food and culture of the people living in three different cities


Vaishno Devi, also known as Mata Rani, Trikuta and Vaishnavi, is a manifestation of the Hindu Mother Goddess Mahalakshmi. The words "maa" and "mata" are commonly used in India for "mother”, and thus are often used in connection with Vaishno Devi. Vaishno Devi Mandir is a Hindu temple dedicated to the Hindu Goddess, located at the Trikuta Mountains within the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.


Jammu and Kashmir is the northernmost state of India. In the seventeenth century the Mughal emperor Jahangir set his eyes on the valley of Kashmir. He said that if paradise is anywhere on the earth, it is here, while living in a houseboat on Dal Lake. "Gar firdaus, ruhe zamin ast, hamin asto, hamin asto, hamin ast." If there is ever a heaven on earth, its here, its here, its here. In Jammu and Kashmir the most important tourist places are Kashmir, Srinagar, the Mughal Gardens, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Jammu, and Ladakh.


Kerala, known as Gods Own Country has some of the best tourist destinations in India for any kind. It is the land of coconuts, backwaters, elephants and the land of rich cultures and traditions, and has been one of the most sought after places by travelers from all around the world.
From the stunning beaches along the Malabar Coast to the maze of backwater canals cutting through huge rice fields to the glorious rolling hillside tea plantations in the Western Ghats, from the awesome seashores to the labyrinth of backwater pathways, Kerala’s landscapes are almost as diverse as its people and the culture and history of the people of Kerala is a major factor in attracting the tourists. Kerala’s scenery are almost as different and unique as its individuals and the lifestyle and record of the individuals of Kerala is a significant component in gaining the visitors from all over the world.

Leh And Ladakh

Visit the beautiful part of India, geographically surrounded by Tibet Border in North to South east and Pakistan border in North west and Kashmir valley in the west section of Leh. Down south section of Ladakh called Zanskar range which is the North section of Himachal Pradesh.
Ladakh is a dream destination for Nature Lovers, photography tours, adventure activities such as trekking, jeep safari, river rafting in Zanskar and Indus river, mountaineering at Stok kangri peak and Kangyartse Peak, bike safari in Ladakh, mountain bike safari in Leh Ladakh, are various activities can full fill your travel requirements. In winter season frozen river trek on Indus river and Zanskar river called Chader trek will be extreme adventure for the adventure lovers.
Beautiful destinations such as Nubra valley in Ladakh by crossing world highest motorable pass called Khardungl apass, Pangong Tso Lake in Ladakh, Tso Moriri Lake in the south west of Ladakh and Tso Kar lake which is close to Manali Leh highway. Land of beautiful monasteries such as Shey palace and monastery, Thikse monastery, Hemis monastery, Chimre gompa, Diskit monastery in Nubra valley, Samastaling monastery in Nubra valley, Tak Tak Gompa, Leh Palace, Stok palace are within the reach and some of the major attraction in Leh ladakh region.

North -East

North East India comprises of seven states commonly known as the “Seven Sisters”. They are Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura.
Flanked by hills and with the mighty Brahmaputra river slashing a central path between its north and south, the North East is bounded by the States of Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura with Assam comprising the heart. Arunachal Pradesh lies to its north and Sikkim a little away in the North West bordering China and Bhutan. Bangladesh and Myanmar lie to its southwest and east. The torrential Brahmaputra deposits its rich alluvial silt along the banks of the plains of Assam. Tropical rain forest, rich in flora and fauna, spread their arms across Arunachal Pradesh into Assam. It is a land where tea is an industry, handicrafts a major occupation and martial arts a favored sport.


There are some places in the India that are special, and Orissa tourism is definitely one of them. Filled with exquisite temples, extraordinary monuments, home to many thousands of artists and craftsmen; and possessing beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, and natural landscape of often-enchanting Orissa tourism is a unique and fascinating land that is, nevertheless, still largely undiscovered by tourists.
Tourism in Orissa, India is a veritable museum of India's sculptural and artistic heritage and has long been famous to scholars and connoisseurs for the magnificent Sun Temple at Konark, for the majestic temple of Lord Jagannath at Puri (renowned for the spectacular Rath Yatra chariot festival), and for the glorious temples of Bhubaneswar. The small but ever-growing number of sophisticated tourists who do manage to find their way to Orissa tourism are generally prepared with some knowledge of these temples, Puri tourism, of the delicate Orissan ikat textiles which have been become famous throughout the world.


Punjab is known as land of five rivers. Tourism offers the best prospects of helping the state and helps in earning substantial amount of revenue for meeting the necessary requirements of state. It has to be recognized that tourism not only generates employment, but also upgrades infrastructure of the state created for tourism, which is then used by all other sectors of economy. Recognizing the importance of tourism, the Government has given tourism a special status by declaring it as an industry in Punjab in the year 1996. The state does not have much to offer as far as natural resources are concerned but it has an excellent infrastructure as compared to other states, which is helpful in attracting tourists. There are several places in Punjab that attract tourists and these are Amritsar, Jalandhar, Chandigarh, Ropar, Bhatinda, Pathankot, Muktsar, Hoshiarpur, Fatehgarh Sahib, Patiala and Kapurthala.
The most important tourist center in the state is Amritsar with its Golden Temple. This temple is considered to be the holiest of all the pilgrimages of Sikhism and houses Akal Takht, the supreme governing body of Sikhism. This site became internationally famous and popular among tourists after being recommended to UNESCO for world heritage monument site. There is no dearth of tourist attractions in Punjab. The tourism product of Punjab is varied and rich in culture and heritage. Punjab has much to offer in terms of culture, heritage, food, festivals, fairs, rural life, local arts & crafts, ancient palaces & monuments, religious places etc.


Rajasthan is beautiful and largest state of India. Rajasthan is bordered by Pakistan to the west, Gujarat to the southwest, Madhya Pradesh to the southeast, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana to the northeast and Punjab to the north. Jaipur (Pink City) is capital of Rajasthan. People speak here Rajasthani Language. The main geographic features of Rajasthan are the Thar Desert and the Aravalli Range, Mount Abu, Raisina Hill, Thar, Luni River and may more.
Rajasthan’s economy is primarily agricultural and pastoral. Wheat and barley are cultivated over large areas, as are pulses, sugarcane, and oilseeds. Cotton and tobacco are the state’s cash crops.
Rajasthan positioned fourth place also in Domestic tourist visitors. The palaces of Jaipur, lakes of Udaipur, and desert forts of Jodhpur, Bikaner & Jaisalmer rank among the most preferred destinations in India for many tourists both Indian and foreign. Rajasthan is culturally rich and has artistic and cultural traditions which reflect the ancient Indian way of life. Rajasthan is divided into 33 districts.

South India

Unplug from everyday routine and head to the beaches and backwaters of southern India. Explore the lush landscapes, intriguing religions, exotic bazaars and incredible contrasts of this region. Jump on and off local transport, go rural through backwater coconut groves and fishing villages, and discover the heart of the subcontinent
Green hills, deep valleys and wild jungles; South India Tour offers you an enchanting and enthralling holidays. Bangalore, the IT hub of India dazzles with swanky malls, modern structures and beautiful gardens. Bangalore Tours which includes tour to one of the most modern cities of India enthralls the tourist. Ooty Tours offer a visit to Botanical gardens and boating in lovely lakes making it a perfect place to relax with loved ones. Tour to the city of Mysore which boasts the luminous palaces and the beautiful gardens is included in Mysore Packages. Famously known as the gift of the forests in Tamil Language, Kodaikanal which is located in the hills of Dindigul district which offers a resplendent view of the stunning falls and the Pillar Rocks are also included in the Kodaikanal Packages.


Tamil Nadu is a southeast Indian state and is famous for its Dravidian-style Hindu temples. In Madurai, Meenakshi Amman Temple has high tower gateways ornamented with colorful figures. Kanyakumari, at India’s southernmost tip, is the site of ritual sunrises. Chennai, the capital, is known for its beaches and landmarks including circa-1640 colonial Fort St. George.
With a host of UNESCO World Heritage listed monuments, Tamil Nadu is the cradle of Dravidian culture the Tamil people are proud of this legacy and in many places you can witness worship in places where traditions have remained largely unchanged for centuries.


Uttarakhand is a state in North Indian region of Himalayas. The state is popularly known as Devbhumi (land of Gods) due to the presence of numerous Hindu pilgrimage sites. As a result, religious tourism forms a major portion of the tourism in the state. The tourism business in Uttarakhand generated ₹23,000 crores during 2013-14.
Syalsaur, this small hamlet situated in the state of Uttarakhand, doesn't feature on many travel blogs, but lies in a beautiful silence on the banks of the Mandakini River.
Syalsaur is for the traveler who like to stop and ponder. Who wants to slowly soak in the beauty of the place he/she is in. Syalsaur's adventure lies in its flowing river, its chirping birds, its majestic snow-capped peaks. The adrenaline is replaced by the tranquility of the place. The sunrise at Chaukhamba peak is one of the highlights of this place. It is also a home to many migratory birds, so if you are an avid bird watcher, this could be perfect. People usually halt at Syalsaur on their way to some Pilgrimage spot like Haridwar or Badrinath etc.


Visakhapatnam, which is popularly referred to as Vizag, is named after God Vaishaka. The city is a port city, located along the shores of Bay of Bengal and is headquarters to the Eastern Naval Command of the Indian Navy. Although considered to be an industrial city, Vizag has a rich and vibrant culture and heritage. The city was part of the ancient Kalinga Empire and was ruled by renowned kings, such as Ashoka and Krishnadeva Raya. During the 18th century, the city was a Dutch colony. Today, Vizag embraces it’s past and present seamlessly, making it an interesting and attractive city to spend holidays.
Vizag is blessed with natural beauty, with hill ranges, pristine beaches along its coastline and lush, natural valleys. The city is surrounded by three hills, Sri Venkateswara Konda, Ross Hill and Dargah Konda. Each hill is home to a shrine, dedicated to three different religions. The Venkateswara Konda is home to the Vekateswara Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva; Ross Hill houses the Church of Virgin Mary; and the Dargah Konda is home to the tomb of a Muslim saint called Baba Ishaq Madina Dargah.

West Bengal

West Bengal is a state in eastern India, between the Himalayas and the Bay of Bengal. Its capital, Kolkata (formerly Calcutta), retains architectural and cultural remains of its past as an East India Company trading post and the capital of the British Raj. The city's colonial landmarks include the government buildings around B.B.D. Bagh square, and the iconic Victoria Memorial, dedicated to Britain's Queen Victoria.
Tour Kolkata’s most famous landmarks on this private sightseeing tour of the city. Check out Mother Teresa’s Mission and Mother House and admire the impressive architecture of iconic structures like the Howrah Bridge and Victoria Memorial. Experience local religion with stops at the Jain Temple and Magen David Synagogue, then tour the University of Calcutta for a bit of academic flavor. The largest cricket stadium in India, allows travelers to experience the beauty of this city from air-conditioned comfort. Highlights Full-day private tour of Kolkata with an expert guide Discover the city's religious diversity with visits to various places of worship like the Jain Temple and the Magen David Synagogue Walk the grounds of one of the top-ranking universities in India, the University of Calcutta Visit two of Kolkata's impressive architectural works: the Victoria Memorial and the Howrah Bridge See Eden Gardens, the largest cricket stadium in India Enjoy a multi-cuisine fare at a popular restaurant Transport by private air-conditioned vehicle Enjoy a bit of time at Eden Gardens, where you’ll learn about the nation’s favorite pastime at the largest cricket stadium in India. After checking out what is arguably the most iconic stadium in the country, make a stop at the Victoria Memorial, a museum that’s home to a vast collection of sculptures, manuscripts, paintings and other items from the time of British rule. Finally, make a stop for photos on the Howrah Bridge—the sixth largest cantilever bridge on earth—as you make your way back to your Kolkata hotel after a day of taking in the city sights.
Doars is located in the district of Jalpaiguri, Bihar. It is a gateway to the hill stations of North Bengal. There are lot of dense forest, lust green tea gardens, criss-crossed by Teesta, Raidak, Torsha, Jaldhaka, Kaljani and other rivers. There are some attractions in Doars like Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary, Gorumara National Park, Buxa Tiger Reserve and Raas Mela.
Shantiniketan is a small town near Bolpur in the Birbhum District of West Bengal and about 212 kms north of Kolkata. It is famous due to Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore, whose vision became what is now a University town - Visva-Bharati University. The place now attracts thousands of visitors each year.
Ganges Cruise
No river on earth plays a more important cultural, economic or social role in the lives of more people than the Ganges River in India. The spiritual heart of the Hindu religion, the banks of the Ganges are strewn with India’s fascinating cities, culturally-important pilgrimage sites, charming villages, mountains and magical forests. Infused with influences of past rulers and European settlers during the British rule of India, a river cruise on the Ganges will introduce you to one of the most important and glorious rivers in the world. We are treated to a tapestry of Muslim and colonial architecture, Hindu culture, Buddhist temples, the daily rituals of Indian village life, and unspoiled countryside all along our river cruise route. We sail through Nalanda, a sanctuary for the Gangetic river dolphin, and marvel at the "Bodhi Tree," where Gautama first attained enlightenment to become Buddha.