Take A Peak Into Life In Incredible India

Posted by homestay360 on May 27th, 2013

India is a land blessed with some of the most diverse topography, species of flora & fauna, ethnic multiplicity, religious & cultural variations and languages & dialects. Diversity is the one thing that comes to mind when you look at this 7th largest country in the world. It is the unity in all this diversity that India is using now to attract more and more tourists from all over the world. Tourism has been developed into one of the most important agendas in the Indian economy. Every state has its own Tourism Development Corporation that promotes the home state in the best way possible.

There are many travel companies that regularly arrange tours to various popular parts of the country. However, it is safe to recommend that it is better to plan your own itinerary and set out independently on your own journey because not everyone will have the same interests and likes in destinations. In planning your own trip, you can choose places that most suit your preferences while giving you time to spend at each attraction, instead of keeping pace with a motley crowd of tourists. All you need to be sure of is that your accommodation is taken care of in each place you decide to halt.

Traveling across the length and breadth of India will allow you to explore the rich and varied cultural heritage and the unparalleled natural beauty of this great nation. If you witness the splendor of the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas in the north, the grandeur of the tropical beaches all along the vast coastline, the golden sands in the Thar Desert and the dense forests of evergreen trees in the Northeastern part of the country, you can only marvel at the creativity of the artist.

To add to the natural beauty of the place, there are numerous architectural wonders that have been achieved through the ages. If you book yourself into an accommodation in Delhi, you can explore the many ancient constructs that bear witness to the glorious past of the capital. The Taj Mahal in Agra, the Red Fort in Fatehpur Sikri, the Jama Masjid and the Qutub Minar are some of the best and well-kept examples of India’s rich past. If you are not part of an entourage, you can explore these treasures at your own convenience and leisure.

Another state that is steeped in history and culture is the state of Rajasthan. You can book yourself into a resort in Jaipur while you take a walk down history lane with visits to the Hawa mahal, the Amer fort and all the other landmarks that the Pink city boasts of.

In the southern part of the country too, there are vestiges of tremendous historic and religious activity. The south boasts of even more plurality in religion than the north of India. Shirdi in Maharashtra, Velankanni and Palani in Tamil Nadu, Tirupati and Charminar in Andhra Pradesh, Guruvayoor and Sabarimala in Kerala and many more religious sites abound in these 4 states that attract a large number of tourists and devotees from around the world. As for your stay when you visit these places, there are a plethora of options like service apartments in Hyderabad and Chennai, numerous homestays in Kerala, cottages, tree houses, house boats, etc.

Diversity in natural surroundings, multiple ethnic and religious influences and a lot more can be discovered on a trip across the country. There is no other country in the world that can boast of diversity in so many aspects.

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