India is one of the ancient countries of the world that has been blessed with amazing natural beauty. India, officially known as the Republic of India, is an incredibly diverse country in South Asia, bordered on all sides by the Himalayas and by the four other South Asian neighbours: Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. It is today one of the great world tourist destinations, abounding in culture, tradition, history, ethnicity, languages, and food. It is today one of the fastest growing tourist destinations in the world attracting thousands of foreign tourists every year. It is also home to some of the finest, captivating and most romantic beaches in the whole world where thousands of honeymoon couples enjoy their honeymoon vacations amidst the sparkling waters of the wonderful Indian Ocean.
India comprises of diverse geographical locations and diverse socio-cultural traditions. It is often said that India is a melting pot of different civilization and lifestyle. The diversity in India includes its rich ancient past, its profound religious and cultural beliefs, its profound modernity, and its vast geographical location which can be rightly seen on all Northern Indian states. Whatever may be the diversity of India according to the above particulars description, it is true to say that the southern portion of India (namely – Kerala), with a view to save themselves from the influence of western influence, has served on maintaining a distinct identity and maintaining their own cultural identity unlike the other states of India.
The government of India has exerted great efforts in preserving the unity and integrity of the country and promoting tourism in the country. One of the major attractions of India is its beautiful landscapes. In the North India there are the states like Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Jhansi, Jaisalmer, and Ajanta & Ellora caves; in the South there are states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana. Each of these states offers a lot in terms of tourist attractions and travel destinations to enjoy the holiday in India. The landscape of each of the states in India is endowed with unique charm and splendor and thus appeals tourists a lot. This India travel guide provides the basic information on how to visit India and witness the beautiful landscapes of this incredible country.
Kerala is perhaps one of the most charming states in India, which is blessed with abundant natural beauty, lovely beaches, beautiful beaches, exotic wildlife, etc. The hill stations in Kerala are also visited by tourists who come to Kerala to enjoy the scenic beauty of the hills and the refreshing atmosphere. The backwater destinations in Kerala are also very popular among the tourists who come to visit this beautiful state of India. Backwaters are also the favourite destinations of the tourists who come to travel in India. One of the best ways to explore the backwater destinations in Kerala is to embark upon houseboat cruise which gives an opportunity to the travelers to . . . . . . see the breathtaking beauty of the houseboats and the surrounding serene and scenic environment.
Another popular backwater destination in India is the Andaman & Nicobar Islands, where the ancient civilization of Andaman Sea was in existence since thousands of years. There are numerous historical monuments & temples in these islands which give a glimpse of the history of this place. Various temples are also a major attraction for the tourists in this part of the country & the beautiful beaches, there are also a big draw for the honeymooners who come to spend their romantic vacations in India.
Rajasthan, the largest state of India is also one of the prime attractions for tourists from all over the world. The major attractions to see in Rajasthan are the magnificent forts & palaces, colorful fairs & festivals, vibrant fairs & festivals, deserts and forts. Some of the popular forts & palaces of Rajasthan are Jaipur (the capital city of Rajasthan), Udaipur (also known as the City of Lakes & Palace), Jodhpur (the Sun City & the Pink City) and Jaisalmer (also known as the Golden City). Some of the popular tourist destinations in Rajasthan are Udaipur, Samode, Jaisalmer, Chittourgarh, Mount Abu, Junagarh Fort, Bikaner, etc.