The first thing that comes to mind when one imagines India, is its kaleidoscope of diverse cultures, traditions and unique mix of varying topographies. Packed with rich heritage and history in every corner, but co-existing peacefully with fast paced modern developments, India is a soul stirring melting pot of emotions and experience.
India Tour packed with its varying topographic reserves captures the imagination of every tourist, from the snow-capped majestic hill stations, to dusty snow trenches, to the large desert of nothingness, the happy frolicking coastlines, with all the gripping natural greens unique to its own land, then again there are the mystic ravines with busy cities tied together by the string of spirituality that is unique to the country. India with clusters of varying cultural shades and pristine natural spots is the true definition of raw beauty for every kind of tourist.
If we draw rough lines along the kinds of tourism experiences available in the country by segmenting the zones, then we will have – mountains of the Himalayas to the north, beaches in the south, desert in the west and rich tribal heritage and territory in the east. The whole country is dotted with heritage spots, historic monuments reminiscent of its past rulers from around the world, thus offering the perfect live library for aficionados of culture and history.
India offers great value for money. Yes, it is a developing nation, but what is often thought of as a place for backpackers seeking raw experiences with grotty hotel rooms, busy traffic and dirt everywhere is no longer India’s reality. Most of its large metro cities have received a fresh coat of development, and one can travel as lavishly or as affordably as they want. Both the spectrums of luxurious experiences and raw pristine beauty can be experienced in India.
Indian hospitality rings in their ethos as the saying goes “Atithi Devo Bhava”, so, if you as guest want to be treated as God, come to the land of culture and spirituality. India welcomes you!
Travelogy India is a trusted and one of the most reliable names in the world of tours and travels. With years of fruitful experiences we have managed to put up a team of talented individuals who are ready to cater to all sorts of your travel related needs and packages. We make you fall in love with the place you are visiting.
The rain soaked streets of the country has been cleared. There are strings with numerous t
Travelogy India is a reputable name in the travel and tourism industry. This time they hav
Surprisingly enough the three Indian states Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh have
The rain soaked streets of the country has been cleared. There are strings with numerous tricolor flags hung above the glistening pavements, painting the country in its patriotic colors of saffron, white and green. Most regular shop owners selling knick-knacks would clear up their stalls for making special room for small tricolor Indian flags glued to a bamboo stick for children to buy. Brands have already began the chant for the week with Independence Day special sales and offers coming in and
Travelogy India is a reputable name in the travel and tourism industry. This time they have been recognized for their hard-work and reliability with the accordance of being designated as the GSA or General Sales Agent for the one-of-a-kind luxury train in India – the Palace on Wheels. The company was made the official booking partner for the luxury train by the Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India and IATO. This fortune development was announced on 20th July, in Jaipur where the train’s boar
Surprisingly enough the three Indian states Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh have come up at the top three positions on the FTVs chart (Foreign Tourist Visits). The number of foreigner visits to these three states surpasses all others with a large margin. Data gathered through a survey, in 2017 calculated a total footfall of 2,68,86,638 foreign tourists to India. Out of this whopping total number, the state of Maharashtra alone accounts for 50,78,514 of the total visitors, Tamil Nadu