Hundreds of India travel destinations are possible to those who plan to visit the seventh largest country in the world. You can explore the wild jungles, experience the thrill of river crossing or bungee jumping or enjoy the rich cultural diversity in festivals and museums.
Why Not Start your Vacation in Delhi?
Delhi is a noteworthy destination to get a flavor of the hustle and bustle of the typical crowded Indian city. Since Delhi is India’s capital, you can be sure that it has a unique blend of cosmopolitan and traditional elements. Humayun’s Tomb is well worth a visit while touring Delhi. This impressive structure predates the Taj Mahal. But speaking of the Taj Mahal, why not make a day trip to Agra to visit it? Built entirely of white marble, it took twenty two years to complete.
The Bahai Temple is also located in Delhi. This picturesque building features a façade that resembles an opening lotus flower, bringing to mind the Sydney Opera House. It incorporates dramatic gardens on the exterior while the architecture inside is a thing mastery and beauty. In the spirit of inclusiveness, the Bahai doctrine welcomes all faiths.
Kerala: The Land of Spices
Kerala is situated between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats Mountain range. It’s natural wonders include lush hill stations, magnificent waterfalls, widespread plantations and paddy fields along with a host of exotic wildlife.
Besides the natural attractions, Kerala has a rich cultural heritage. The state is one of the few of India that was not controlled by the British but governed by Indian kings. Millennial traditions have been preserved in many aspects of the culture.
There are numerous historical and cultural monuments to visit, exquisite festivals in which to participate and local cuisine to experience. It is no wonder that Kerala is one of the most sought after travel destinations by tourists from all over the world.
The religious diversity can be witnessed in Kolchi, the commercial capital of India. Travelers can visit an old European church building, a Jewish synagogue and any one of a large number of mosques. Just be aware of dress code and other rules for entrance into each one.
From the small town of Kollam, you can take a boat ride to the market town of Allappuzha. This is a great place to find traditional handicrafts that you can take home as souvenirs or gifts.
The destinations above should give you an idea of the wonderful places to see on a trip to India. No matter where you go during your trip, you are sure to return with priceless memories. But don’t forget to get your visa to India before you go.