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Exploring India

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India is a nation in South Asia and is the seventh-biggest nation in terms of land and home to over 1/6th of the worlds population. Delhi is the capital of India, inbuilt in the twentieth century. India fringes with Pakistan, Nepal, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Bhutan, and China. The country speaks to a diverse populace comprising different societies and dialects. Predictable to one-6th of the population of the planet, India is the second most-crowded nation after China.

India has one of the most ethnically assorted nations on the planet. Aside from its numerous religions and organizations, India is home to endless standings and clans. With over twelve significant and many minor etymological gatherings from a few language families irrelevant to each other.

India is an incredible tourist destination with mountains and cities, small towns and incredible wild-life.  India has delicious food with 5 star restaurants to street food. It’s National Parks are home to Tigers, Leopards and Elephant.  The Himalayas are just some of the mountains that can be explored in India.  We recommend traveling to India in the April – May due to the weather, the costs and the monsoon season.  It will also have lower crowds.

India at a Glance

VISA – All foreign nationals entering India are required to possess a valid international travel document in the form of a national passport with a valid visa from an Indian Mission/Post or eVisa from the Bureau of Immigration, Ministry of Home Affairs.

CURRENCY – The currency of India is Indian Rupee. The money code for Rupees is INR, and the cash image is ₹. 

LANGUAGE –Hindi, one of India’s official languages, is the most spoken language in the country, with 52.83 crore speakers. In other words, 43.63% of the total population speaks Hindi. It is followed by Bengali and Marathi in second and third positions respectively. English is spoken widely throughout tourist areas.


  • Sight Seeing 85% 85%
  • Cost 80% 80%
  • Ease of Travel 65% 65%
  • Activities 75% 75%

As the French scholar Romain Rolland stated “If there is one place on the face of earth where all the dreams of living men have found a home from the very earliest days when man began the dream of existence, it is India.”  We highly recommend to go to India.  Dream.  And fall in love with a unique country with wonderfully warm people.

Top Experiences in India

JAIPUR – The Royal State Of Rajasthan

Jaipur offers a rich history of rulers who resided in grand fortresses and royal residences. Yet, that is not just what the Rajasthan’s capital is renowned for. Jaipur’s whole city is decorated in the shading pink, and there’s a genuinely intriguing story behind it. Here’s everything you require to think about the ‘Pink Paint Culture’ of one of the scarce urban areas on earth.

The purpose of Jaipur’s earthenware pink shade was the impact of a lord known as Sawai Ram Singh. In 1876, Queen Victoria’s child, Albert Edward, the Prince of Wales, visited India. As pink was viewed as the shade of friendliness, Maharaja Ram Singh held the entire city covered pink to invite the imperial visitors. Master Albert had portrayed Jaipur as ‘pink city,’ henceforth making the name we know Jaipur today.

One of India’s biggest cities, Jaipur, is likewise home to all the advanced comforts with the most beautiful inns and resorts on the planet. The city flaunts a global air terminal and is again very much associated with rail and street.

  • Jaipur city is encircled by dividers and entryways and is embellished with sketches on a stunning pink shade background. Jaipur, very well-known as the pink town, expertly figures out a way to maintain its old-world charm.
  • It is a locality to a few United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization World Heritage destinations like Amer Fort, Jantar Mantar, etc. Jaipur holds various posts, royal residences, exhibition halls, and sanctuaries.
  • It overflows with clamoring bazaars wherever you’ll be able to look. Bazaars within the city are Bapu Bazaar, Johri Bazar, and Tripolia Bazar.
  • The town is  well-known for its street food, with the most known dishes like the Ghewar, Dal-Baati Churma, Pyaaz Kachori, and more.

Tiger Safaris

Tiger Safari in India

Our First Tiger we saw on Safari

Central India has a stronghold of wild tigers and is the best place to see big cats in the world. Besides Tigers, the Jungles of Central India are brimming with other wildlife including Leopard, Sloth Bear, Elephants, and Indian Gaur. Located in the Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh National Park was a game preserve for the Maharajas of Rewa and their guests. It was declared a National Park in 1968 and a Tiger Reserve in 1972 under the Project Tiger and Wildlife Protection Act, and spreads over 1150 sq km.

Bandhavgarh National Park is famed for one of the highest densities of Bengal tigers in the world and also became world-renowned for its population of rare white tigers, though not found in the wild anymore.

We loved tracking tigers in the wild and used and recommend Pugdundee Safaris.  They have great naturalists and guides, fantastic properties and can arrange your entire trip from getting off the plane until you are done.  They have many packages to choose from and parks to visit and are reasonably priced.



TAJ MAHAL – The Crown of Palaces

Taj Mahal is commonly spelled as Tadj Mahall, a tomb in Agra in the western part of Uttar Pradesh state of north India. It is settled in the city’s eastern aspect on the southern bank of Yamuna-Jumna River. Agra Fort, the Red Fort, is on the river Yamuna bank, around 1.6 km west of the Taj-Mahal.



The incredible Taj Mahal

  • In the peaceable extents, the Taj Mahal is known as the most desirable case of the Mughal design, which is a mix of Indian, Islamic, as well as Persian styles.
  • One of the beautiful auxiliary arrangements on earth, the Taj Mahal, is again one of the world’s most recognizable tourist destinations, where several travelers visit every year.
  • The monument was assigned as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983. Mughal sovereign Shah Jahān ruled from 1628–58 and built the Taj Mahal to idolize his better half, his dearest spouse, Mumtaz Mahal. After birth, she died after delivery to a child in 1631 after being the ruler’s indistinguishable spouse since 1612.
  • Taj Mahal was constructed with gleaming white marble and was decorated with valuable stones that appear to change its color and led to the catacomb’s white marble facade due to acid rain. Assigned to a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983, it is the world’s most praised structure with it’s fantastic and India’s rich history.

HIMALAYAS Mountain Range     

Himalaya is a mountain chain in Asia isolating the fields of the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan Plateau. The range has many of Earth’s most noteworthy pinnacles, including the most memorable, Mount Everest, at the fringe among China and Nepal.

If you love thrill, enthusiasm, peacefulness, nature’s best view all at one objective, then the incomparable Himalayan mountain is the spot for you. The travel industry in the Himalayas, in this way, is a brilliant experience. Following the Himalayan district carries you legitimately in contact with the nation and its kin and encourages energy about the mountain conditions.

From thick backwoods to rich valleys, from tropical wildernesses to strong slopes, from various greenery types to sentimental climate, Himalayan extents have everything. Additionally, enjoy experience exercises in the Himalayas like traveling, boating, skiing, mountaineering, and numerous others like this.


The Himalayas

Secret, magnificence, and custom are instilled into the extraordinary grounds of the Himalayas. While the old cloisters of Tibet discharge a quieting harmony, Kathmandu murmurs with the life of its humankind. Then, the behemoth of Mount Everest stands monitor over a tremendous characteristic scene of backwoods, crevasses, and pinnacles. The genuine experience moves through the area’s life-blood, while honest accounts of otherworldliness and endurance are told through the land and kin.

  • Pokhara’s mirror-like lake to Kathmandu’s amiable city and the Bengal tigers, rhinos, and monkeys wandering the tropical valleys of Chitwan – the magnificence, untamed life, and differentiating scenes of Nepal is bewildering.
  • The home of the Dalai Lama, serene Dharamsala, is the ideal spot for an edifying encounter of Tibetan otherworldliness, culture, and history.
  • On a departure from Kathmandu to Lukla, fly corresponding to the mountains for a great perspective on snow-covered Mount Everest. This is only one approach to welcome the grandness of this renowned zenith go.
  • Tibet is magnificently wealthy in standard excellence and custom. Most of the way to paradise and a long way from all over, this is one nation that appropriately merits the depiction of ‘powerful.’


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