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Welcome to incredible India, a magnificent country reverberating with myriad cultures and traditions. Timeless beauty and raging passions rule life in this world. India offers scenery lush with colour, vibrant cultures and festivals, impressive historical monuments, authentic India hotels, cities of royal heritage, vivacious people, misty mountain getaways, and numerous other sights and activities for travellers to pursue. A history of 5000 years is alluring, and that is what pulls the besotted tourist to India time and again.
The enchanting mystery and beauty of India has been 5000 years in the making, warm and inviting, and simply charming to the core.
Scores of tourists visit India to bask in the sunshine, provided by the wide assortment of beaches that cannot be seen elsewhere in the world. Calm lagoons and backwaters, coves and rough, rocky seas, marine fish creeks, crashing waves, fine golden sands or palm lined beaches – India has all this and more. The Bay of Bengal in the east and the Arabian Sea in the west offer luxuriant views and landscapes to travellers. The coastal areas offer regional seafood cuisine, refreshing spas, water sports, and fantastic India hotels for those seeking a pleasant holiday.
You can find your accommodation and tours in India quickly and easily with India Hotels. Select a destination and price range from the dropdown boxes, make your India hotel booking online and then relax - we will do the rest. Alternatively, use our India map to find a hotel in India based on its location.
The climate and topography in India vary to a great extent across regions. Deserts are famous for their legends and history. Taking an Indian tour of them is fascinating. The Indian Desert is called the Thar. This dry area spans 800 km in length and 400 km in breadth. It is situated in the north west, to Pakistan’s east, nestled between the river valleys of Sutlej and Indus in the west and the Aravali Range in the east. The average annual rainfall is less than 25 cm and hence, the region is primarily desert with drifting sand dunes, broken pieces of rock and scrub foliage.The population of this meagrely inhabited region is mostly rural. The west and north fringes of the desert have been reclaimed and irrigated for agricultural purposes. This was done by extending canals supplied by the Beas and Sutlej Rivers.
Flora and fauna are present in abundance and variety in India. Wildlife tourism is widespread across India, offering countless opportunities through more than 70 national parks and approximately 400 sanctuaries. The experience of hearing and sighting stately elephants, dancing peacocks, camels and tigers in their natural surroundings is unparalleled.
The forests are a nature lover’s paradise as well as critical spots for conserving endangered species such as lions, leopards, Bengal tigers, Siberian cranes and Asiatic elephants. The Himalayan regions are home to the one horned rhinoceros, wild buffalo, deer, elephant, panther, wild asses, snow leopards, porcupines etc.
India is the biggest country in the Indian subcontinent; borders are shared with Myanmar and Bangladesh in the east, Pakistan in the west, Nepal and China in the north, Bhutan in the north east, Indonesia, the Maldives and Sri Lanka in the Indian ocean in the south east. In area, India is the seventh largest nation in the world, populated by more than a billion people and second only to China. The country’s diversity in geography, culture, climate, ethnicity and language is unparalleled. India is also the world’s largest democracy.
Themes of spiritualism and traditions rule the medley of religions and cultures here. This is perhaps the one country where people of so many varied origins, languages, religions and ethnicities live together. The primary sub cultures are East, North and South. The South is renowned for classical arts like classical Indian dance and Carnatic music.
Delhi is one of the main cities visited by tourists. It has been India’s capital city for centuries and is located in central North India. The garden city of India is Bangalore (Karnataka). Formerly it was a laidback city for pensioners; today, pubs, malls and technology companies rule the roost. Madras, now known as Chennai, is Southern India’s primary port. It is home to Bharatanatyam and Carnatic music, the famed Marina beach and is also India’s automobile capital. Cochin is the doorway to south west India, Kerala and Goa. Kerala offers sandy retreats among its backwaters and beaches. Jaipur is known as the pink city and proffers displays of the Rajput Hindu culture of medieval North India.
India’s cultural capital is Calcutta, now called Kolkata and also known as the City of Joy; it is famed for its many colonial buildings. Mumbai, previously called Bombay, is the hub of the Indian film industry, Bollywood. It is also India’s financial capital. Victorian architecture is predominant in Shimla, situated in the foothills of the Himalayas. It was formerly British India’s summer capital. The most sacred Hindu city is Varanasi, situated along the Ganges’ banks. It is also among the oldest recurrently populated cities in the world. Near Mumbai is the relaxing city of Pune.
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Jangbeer Daju Homestay is owned and managed by Jangbeer Daju. He was the first to accept the initiative from Tathagata Journeys. The simple and basic accommodation is one of its kinds, a true peek into the lifestyle of the farmer's life and family.[more info]
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This mere 1 night 2 day trip will get the travellers to the place unknown. This has been a popular tour with us for a long time and we have made it better for travellers with limited time to look around the usual in Darjeeling and then add a unique experience combined with Remote Organic Village Farmstay.[more info]
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Each of our websites in India are locally owned and operated. We are committed to sustainable tourism and passionate to show you the real India![more]