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India's Tour : Taj Mahal, Badrinath, Somnath & More 

Fall under the magic of this vast, intoxicating country, which promises exquisite palaces, meandering rivers, assessing forts, vibrant cities and exotic tangy foods. Visit the coloured courts of Jaipur, Darjeeling's lush tea plantations.

India's most recognized memorial is the Taj Mahal, built by a Mughal ruler in the 17th century as a sanctum to his wife.

For a fast-paced experience, try water rafting down the Ganges River.

Head to Harmandir Sahib, a glowing gold Sikh temple bulging out into a tranquil pool in Amritsar. This temple is one of the essential travel sites for Sikhs and has been reconstructed several times since it was first built in 1604.

Let yourself be engulfed by this thrilling country's sights, sounds and smells.

Kerala india


is one of the attractive states, rightfully labelled as 'God's Own Country.

Here you will find flawless beaches at Kovalam, Kozhikode and Varkala.


Rajasthan will tell you stories about wars, sacrifices, victories and romance and men of courage. It has a rich culture; you will find forts


Goa possesses magnificent beaches and alluring sundown. It is known for its

cuisine, especially seafood, and there are a lot of water sports.

Punjab india

Punjab is known for its rich and holy history,

cultural diversity and flavorful Punjabi cuisine. It is also known as the 'land

of five rivers.

Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh

Himachal lies in the hummocks of the Himalayan mountain horizon, and you can see the snow-topped mountains in the dense greenery.

Uttar Pradesh india
Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh is a land of spirituality. One of

the world's wonders, the Taj Mahal, is located, and the holy Ganga river also

flows through this state. 

Jammu and Kashmir

Jammu &Kashmir is the northern state in India,

often called a piece of heaven on earth owing to its evergreen valleys and

clear blue skies.

Karnataka india

The state is also called the 'land of temples' because of the myriad of these religious structures. Right

from hill stations to ancient temples.