North & West India


India is the land, yet unexplored, can easily be the new millenniums adventure tourism destination. Its vast geographical diversity of Himalayan mountains plenty of Rivers and Hill stations offers adventures, from the gentlest to the fast paced and for people of every level of competence- the beginner and the expert. From the daunting Himalayan peaks in the North to the azure coastal areas on the South, from the rain forests of the North East to the coral paradise in the South West, it is variety that is as bewildering as it is diverse.
Goa

Most of Goa’s larger towns are situated in the coastal belt where the Portuguese first settled, and their character was formed slowly through the centuries of Christian rule. They are small certainly by Indian standards, as the mainstream of Goan life flows largely in its villages. Apart from well-known centers like Panjim and Old Goa, there are places like Vasco da gama is slowly developing into an industrial center: Marmagoa, Goa’s port, is one of India’s finest natural harbor’s; Mapusa in north is an interesting traditional market town.
Mumbai

Tours Travels India offers you all usefull information about maharashtra and its various touristdestinations. Maharashtra is well known for its tranquil beaches, Mumbai film city ,historical monuments and caves, luxury hotels, pilgrimage for all religions, lush green hill stations, amusement parks, resorts and many more. Diversity can be seen in its geographycal features, people, festivals and culture. The major cities of Maharashtra are Mumbai, Pune, Nasik, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Nagpur, Konkan and Amravati.
Jaipur

Enjoy the nature heritage and dazzling Dsert of Rajasthan. Clicking the tiger at Ranthambor, spotting birds at Bharatpur and enjoying safaris in Sariska rank high in the itinerary of wildlife. The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur is dotted worth visiting places like the Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort and the Jantar Mantar. In order to enjoy the finest frescoes the tourists flock to Shekhavati region of Rajasthan. Other cities of Rajasthan like Udaipur also boast of architectural wonders like the City Palace and the Lake Palace. Besides the Palaces, forts, jungles, sand dunes, lakes and colorfully clad people follow a tradition of valour and bravery.
Shimla

Shimla- is the capital city of picture us Himachal Pradesh. One of the earliest hill resorts of India which has developed by the Britishers to escape from the scorching Indian heat, Shimla has many tourist spots such as the Viceregal Lodge, The Mall, Annandale, Chadwick Falls, Sanjauli, Glen, Jakhoo Hill and Daranghati Sanctuary etc.
Agra

From the so many decades international & national celebrities and tourists visit India just to see the Taj Mahal. Which is one of the most famous symbols of Indian tourism, Taj Mahal is also known as the symbol of immortal love. Taj Mahal is a timeless beauty, who continues to enthrall not just visitors but also artists, painters, sculptors, poets and photographers. This exquisite picture perfect monument in white marble stands on the banks of the River Yamuna in Agra.
Kashmir

Jammu valley is one of the three major regions of Jammu and Kashmir. The capital of the state, also known as Jammu, is a famous pilgrimage destination and known as a city of temples, it is one of the major tourist spots of Kashmir. Jammu city is also a rich cultural site, with temples and palaces dotting the cityscape. A visit to the main tourist attractions of Jammu, like the Bawey Mata temple, the magnificent Raghunath Mandir, and is a must visit on your Jammu tour itinerary.

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