A most enjoyable holiday where we will remember for many year. We Hope to come back one day Thank you Very much for everythingMr Embrey, Winchester UK
Keep up the good work. I am very pleased with your services and will future recommend you.Gheorghescu Lucian, Romania
The rajputana Sheraton at Jaipur and the Jaypee Palace were excellent but The Park in Delhi, wasn't in the same level, the public spaces like corridor were dirty.
Excellent experience guided and suggested by an excellent tour conductor. Thanks a lot.
"India is the only millionaire...the one land that all men desire to see, and having seen once, by even a glimpse, would not give that glimpse for all the shows of all the rest of the globe combined."
- Mark Twain
Travel to the India and explore each of the Indian states with their wide spectrum of tourism possibilities. The 28 states and the 7 Union Territories are amalgamated to form incredible India. Multilingual, multicultural and pluralistic are the features of each state which make India a vivid and vibrant land that is worth a visit.
This is a country which is rich in its culture, heritage, monuments, architectures, temples, churches, mosques and gurudwaras. India also has plenty of holiday spots offering a whole lot of cuisines, entertainment and world class Ayruvedic healthcare to tourists who come here for splendid Indian holidays.
Beach lovers can have a really fantastic holiday experience at the sandy and sunny beaches of Goa, Chennai and Kerala. The hill stations like Ooty, Simla, Jammu and Kashmir are perfect places for relaxation and rejuvenation in the lap of nature. Explore the architectural beauty of temples, forts, palaces and Taj Mahal at Agra to witness the legacies crafted out of stones. For adventure sports seekers the state of Uttaranchal and Jammu and Kashmir is the perfect destination for river rafting, climbing, paragliding, mountaineering, skiing and camping.
The most popular images of India are sloe-eyed women in brilliant sarees swaying down from village streets to computer savy generation swaying in metros. Every nook and corner of India has something unique and refreshing to offer which fascinates visitors. People from various parts of the globe visit this enchanting land to decipher its hidden beauty and mystery. The potpourri of India is crafted from 28 states and 7 Union Territories where each state have their own colors, fragrance and beauty to mesmerize the incomers.
Palm leaves dancing in the mild breeze, powder white beaches, the sound of waves breaking on a coral reef, lush, green rain forests and chirping rare birds-this is what the Andaman and Nicobar Islands essentially are.
Andhra Pradesh is often called the "Food Bowl of the South.
Located right in the north of the north eastern part of India, Arunachal Pradesh is the first state in India to greet the morning sun.
Assam is more than just a gateway to the rest of north eastern part of India, it is the land of lush green cover in the rolling plains as well as the dense forests of the state.
The state has remained a hot bed of activity throughout in the history, be it rise and fall of major empires or propagation of Buddhism by Gautam Buddha. Bihar is home to many important tourism destinations such as Bodhgaya, Rajgir, Vaishali and ruins of Nalanda University.
Chhattisgarh - The Forest Land is a young state carved out of Madhya Pradesh on 1 November, 2000.
There is famous saying that goes One who knows Delhi is a loser and one who doesn't know Delhi is also a loser. Which is very true.
It is located on the western coast of India otherwise known as Konkan. Goa is as much famous for its beaches as it is for its temples, churches and old houses which are spread all across the state.
Over the ages, Gujarat has seen a succession of races-settlers as well as conquerors ultimately acquiring the Guujarati culture of its own.
Haryana is situated in the heart of North India which means that most of the main routes connecting Delhi to other parts of India pass through this state. History wise, the story of Haryana dates right back to the Vedic Age.
Nestled in the Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh is blessed with some of the most spectacular and beautiful landscapes.
Located in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent, the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir lies in the vicinity of the Karakoram and western Himalayan mountain ranges.
Located mainly on the Chhotanagpur plateau, it is home to many ancient tribes of India. Jharkhand is also known for its industries and rich treasure of minerals.
Karnataka is traditional yet one of the forerunners of the information technology revolution in the country.
If we talk of tangible but inexpressible beauty and a phenomenal thing like total literacy, it is none other than Kerala.
Ladakh - The Cradle of Buddhism, the land of jagged peaks and barren landscape is alluring and awe-inspiring.
The islands of Lakshadweep are an inviting holiday destination for nature lovers. With soft beaches and plenty of sun, this group of 35 islands with lush green landscape and beautiful beaches is known for its diving and snorkeling facilities.
The state of Madhya Pradesh has been a witness to many golden periods of Indian history as a result of which the state has a rich bouquet of famous tourism destinations such as Khajuraho, Orchha, Gwalior etc.
Maharashtra, one of the most industrialized states of India occupies the western and central parts of the country.
Manipur is also known as the "Jewel of North East". Manipur is famous for its classical dance form, as well as other charming attributes as local games, its textiles etc.
The state of Meghalaya gives a panoramic view of lush undulating hills, valleys, meandering rivers, water falls etc and more.
Mizoram is a land of great natural beauty and equally pleasant weather and has some of the most exciting tourism centres of all such as Champai, Tamdil, Vantawng etc.
As the name suggests, it is a state dominated by Naga communities and the state forms a single cultural region.
The Northeast India is a true frontier region. It shares its border with China, Bhutan, Myanmar and Bangladesh and is connected to the rest of India by a 20 km wide 'chicken's neck' corridor of land.
Nestled between West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh, Orissa - The Ancient Kalinga, lies on the eastern coast of India with the waters of the Bay of Bengal swirling along its eastern and southeastern boundaries.
The word Punjab is derived from the word meaning Five Rivers namely: Indus, Ravi, Sutlej, Beas, and Jhelum that flow towards the southeast crossing the entire state.
Rajasthan- the Land of Rajputs is a majestic tapestry of camels plodding over soft sand dunes of the Thar Desert.
The state is a popular base for mountaineering expeditions whereas the nearby river Teesta and Rangeet are excellent for river rafting. The monasteries here are rich in frescoes and are full of statues of various incarnations of Buddha.
With a glorious past, a vibrant culture, a rich tapestry of history, and natural bounty in the form of blue beaches and clear skies, Tamil Nadu is a tourist's dream come true.
Don't go by the size, the state packs a lot in its small package be it cultural heritage, handicrafts or tourism destinations.
This nascent hill state is situated on the foothills of Shivaliks and is actively being promoted for tourism by the state government. The state is already a hub for adventure sports lovers and is also home to many important Hindu pilgrimages.
Uttar Pradesh is a panorama of diverse cultures and religions and encompasses a breathtaking landscape within itself.
West Bengal, located in the eastern part of the Indian peninsula is a complete representation of the Indian subcontinent.