Tour to India a lifetime experience

Tour in India a unique experience

As the seventh largest country in the world, India hides countless experiences for all travellers. This fascinating destination with an incredible variety of natural beauties, monuments and culture will captivate and completely captivate every visitor. In a single visit you will encounter warm hospitality, charming culture and tasty gastronomy, to which you will surely be happy to return. Whether your trip leads to relaxing on the beach, to resorts focused on SPA and Ayurveda, an active stay in national parks and mountains, tea plantations or for history, monuments and one of the wonders of the Taj Mahal world, you will simply love India. The tour operators in India offers a variety of tour packages in India which give you plenty of options to go for the trip and attractions of your choice.


RICH CULTURE What really captivates you is the Indian hospitality and openness of the locals. Although it is quite busy in many places, every day in this destination will be a unique experience for you. Indians often and gladly celebrate, so you can also go to India for amazing festivals that you will remember all your life. One of the most famous is the annual Holi Colour Festival. People in the streets throw colored powders at each other and splash on each other with colored water, accompanied by singing and dancing. The whole country celebrates the feast of love for God, the celebrations of spring and colours, but the most beautiful atmosphere can be experienced in the cities of Jodhpur and Udaipur. Other well-known celebrations at the turn of October and November include Diwali, a festival of lights and fireworks. Diwali lasts a total of 5 days, and people worship Laxmi - the goddess of happiness, abundance and wealth.


India is a very diverse and rich country. If you're looking for relaxation in the form of Ayurveda massages with a combination of beach stays, we recommend visiting the southern part of India and the Kerala region. Here you will find not only beaches, but beautiful green nature, tea plantations and mountains full of wildlife. Colourful, stunning palaces and deserts are located in the Rajasthan area. If you're looking for a more active mountain trekking holiday, you can't miss the breathtaking Himalayas, located in the north of India. Every region of India has not only a different variety of nature, but also a different culture, and therefore this country will never cease to surprise you with its beauty and diversity.


Indian cuisine will literally enchant you with variety and variety, because in every region of India you will find completely different aromas and tastes. However, you need to prepare for meals very spicy and spicy. The most popular dishes include sauces such as spicy Chicken Tikka Masala or Chicken Korma with cashew nut flavor served with rice or patties. There are many street stalls with tea seasoned with garam masala spices, which locals sieves with milk. In India, you'll find mostly vegetarian dishes such as lentil dhali or thali with a mixture of vegetable sauces served with pancake and dessert. You can enjoy all this on one plate, which is constantly complementary to you. Thali is mainly found in the southern part of India. Popular dishes include masala dosa, a crispy pancake filled with a mixture of potatoes and vegetables. You can also enjoy a variety of yoghurt drinks with fresh fruit called lassi.


India is famous for Ayurveda, yoga and meditation. Therefore, if you are heading to this destination primarily for relaxation or body regeneration, you should definitely plan your stay in one of the best SPA resorts in the world - Ananda In The Himalayas. On the outskirts of the Himalayas near Ishikeš, this luxurious resort offers an extensive SPA with up to 24 massage and therapy rooms, a swimming pool and luxurious hydrotherapy facilities in addition to staying in a beautiful setting. There are more than 80 different traditional wellness practices from Ayurveda and yoga that will be selected and tailored to your needs. Ananda In The Himalayas has already won many awards for its services, so staying at this SPA resort will certainly have beneficial and healing effects on your body and soul.


The Golden Triangle of India offers an amazing experience of diverse cultural heritage and the most famous monuments. In Jaippur, also called the Pink City, explore historic fortresses, royal palaces and explore rajputan's rich culture. Of course there is a tasting of varied Rajasthan cuisine. A must visit is the town of Agra, home to one of India's most famous landmarks and one of the 7 wonders of the world, the famous Taj Mahal monument. It was built in the 16th century in memory of his wife by indian mogul Shah Jahan, which took 22 years to build. Worth another visit is the capital, Delhi, where you'll find a harmonious mix of history and diverse architecture, from the Mughal Empire to the present. The city will enchant you with lively markets full of spices, beautiful monuments and stunning buildings.


Relax in other parts of India, such as the pristine Andaman Islands. On the islands you will find untouched beaches and a rich underwater life, which encourages you to explore for diving or snorkeling. Your holiday will make your stay in the luxurious Taj Exotica Resort & Spa on the most visited island of Havelock more pleasant. Guests can also enjoy jungle walks or extensive treatments at the hotel's SPA. Visiting the Andaman Islands is a great choice for travellers who want to get to know a quieter part of the country and still experience the true Indian atmosphere.


In India, there are several national parks where you can observe wild animals, especially tigers. One of the most famous and largest parks in northern India is Ranthanbore National Park in Rajasthan. It is best known for its large tiger population, where you can observe these noble animals in their natural environment. Another tiger park is Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh state.


In India, three annual cycles are distinguished: cold and dry winters (October-March), hot and dry summers (April-June), and monsoon periods, which bring heavy rains. In winter, temperatures drop to freezing in desert areas, temperate temperatures in the south. In summer, the temperature can reach up to 49° C. In the southern region, temperatures are not so critical, intense heat ceases with the arrival of monsoons in June. In general, however, November to March is considered the high season, when the weather is pleasant throughout India, with the exception of mountainous areas in the north. In the Himalayas there is a pleasant temperature from April to October.


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