A Tour to India is one of those experiences that you do not forget anymore. India is a country that can not remain indifferent either you adore or hate, but indifference, not really. Is not an easy country to visit and many tourists are happy to extend thier tour packages and plan to stay for some more time and explore hidden treasures of this beautiful country. India Tours offers a multitude of things to do see and above all, to live fully involving themselves with the atmosphere that continually surround you, even just walking down the street or during a the interminable train journeys.
India is an incredibly vast territory which is embellished with spectacular
allurements and wonders that matches perfectly to a tourist’s
interests. It proudly stands as a home to amazing and most intriguing
facets that the world comprises. The best and most eminent destination
can be experienced via our India tour packages as it bring to you
the magnificent places of India in a well arranged manner as well
as in the simplest way possible. Some of the prime destinations which
cannot be missed by the tourists are mentioned here so that you can
get some brief details about the enchanting wonders that these places
have. Agra is the best to destination to commence a trip to India.
Agra has one of the gems of the world – the Taj Mahal - an eminent
monument which should not be left at any cost. Rajasthan is a place
to find the true soul of rural India as well as the royal heritage
of this incredibly prosperous country. Kerala is a place for true
lovers of nature as it has been replete with natural bliss which is
exclusive to India.
An organized Tour of 12 days which normally includes an tour package with stops in Delhi, Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaipur and Agra cost around euros. Provides for the flight, accommodation in standard class hotels, breakfast, dinner, entrance to various museums and monuments and the assistance of a guide is almost always in English.
The regions that make up the Northern India are Jammu Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh. Bhihar, West Bengal, Sikkim, Meghalaya, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland Manipur, Mezoram, Tripura is more properly the northeastern India. What is called the Northern India is bordered on the north by the Himalayas and borders and then with China, Nepal and Bhutan, to the west by the Thar Desert and Indus Valley (Pakistan) to the east from the mountains of Burma.
The Himalaya mountain range is not one, but consists of several chains separated by valleys, like that of Kullu in Himachal Pradesh, or the valley of Kashmir. The highest peak is the Kanchenjunga area with its 8598 m, but among the higher peaks remembers well the Nanda Devi (7817 m). However, since the Himalayas include the highest mountains in the world, suggest other peaks over 7,000 m well as the Kamet (7756 m), Shilla (7026 m) or, in the western section, the Kangta (7089 m). South of the southern Himalayas, that of the Siwalik hills, stretches suddenly crossed the plains from the Ganges, the largest river in India, whose source is in Kailash (Tibet). The other most important river in the north and the Brahmaputra and the Indus in North-West enter into India from Ladakh and deflects into the territory of Pakistan which is the most important river. The Thar Desert is an extremely arid area, but of great beauty, the region of Rajasthan and extends to Pakistan, while in Gujarat it meets the swamp called Rann of Kutch that in the wet season swells to form a real sea within the area.