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HOLIDAYS INDIA - EXPERIENCE THE EXTRAORDINARY

Welcome to Incredible India - an interesting saga that cannot be narrated without references to the Gods and the Angels, Yoga and Ayurveda, rich history and radically modern present; a vivid melange of cultures, customs and traditions of its people, and most of all the captivating holiday destinations peppered across its length and breadth. India unfolds itself as a must try cultural cocktail and heavenly treat for the senses! Trace the footsteps of Mughal emperors in Delhi and rest of North India, rub shoulders with erstwhile royalties in the desert state of Rajasthan.

De-tox and de-stress your mind, body and soul at any of countless Keralan haunts or just soak up the sun at the legendary beaches of Goa watching the world go by. No matter your holiday interests, tastes and budgets, a tour to any part of India will always have plenty to assail your senses.
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Srinagar
Amritsar
Delhi
Agra
Jaisalmer
Jaipur
Jodhpur
Udaipur
Ranthambore
Gwalior
Kathmandu
Tibet
Darjeeling
Bhutan
Kaziranga
Varanasi
Khajuraho
Bodhgaya
Kolkata
Ahmedabad
Aurangabad
Bhubaneswar
Mumbai
Hyderabad
Goa
Bangalore
Chennai
Kovalam
Cochin
Port Blair

Srinagar

With exquisite natural marvels and a wealth of historical treasures, Srinagar never fails to amaze visitors. Apart from the timeless beauty of the Dal Lake and the Mughal Gardens, visitors to Srinagar are impressed by the historical bazaars as well as the many trekking opportunities available in the area.

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Amritsar

Amritsar, the holy city in Punjab, is home to the most important Sikh shrine – Golden Temple. Along with this sacred site, Jallianwala Bagh and the border closing ceremony at Wagah Border are other must visit attractions in Amritsar.

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Delhi

Delhi, the capital of India, is a city of contrasts and colour. This is a city where centuries’ old heritage and architecture exist harmoniously with modern-day charms. Some of India’s most famous tourist sites are located in this city. Also, Delhi’s street side fare is rated among the best in the world.

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Agra

One of the most frequented holiday destinations in India, Agra is home to the famous Taj Mahal and several other fantastic architectural marvels. Of course, the white marble structure is the biggest crowd puller but there are some other brilliant monuments, shrines and tombs which surely deserve a visit.

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Jaisalmer

Surrounded by sand dunes and located in the heart of Thar Desert, the heritage city of Jaisalmer is a must visit destination in Rajasthan. The city is famed for the spectacular Jaisalmer Fort. Made of yellow sandstone it appears like a gigantic sandcastle glittering in the desert heat.

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Jaipur

Majestic forts, havelis transformed into boutique hotels, lively culture and unique handicrafts, Jaipur has all of this and much more. Plan a trip to the India’s ‘Pink City’ and learn about the royal past of the region. Do check out the main bazaar of the city.

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Jodhpur

India’s “Blue City”, Jodhpur is known for its majestic palaces and forts, which depict its intriguing cultural heritage. The Rajasthani city is home to many spectacular lakes and gardens, lively bazaars and heritage hotels, all adding to its timeless appeal.

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Udaipur

Beautiful lakes and gorgeous palaces have helped Udaipur emerge as one of the most romantic destinations in India. Udaipur has served as the capital of Mewar Kingdom and a holiday here offers a sneak peek into rich cultural heritage of the Indian state of Rajasthan.

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Ranthambore

Ranthambore National Park, located on the eastern edge of the Thar Desert, is a perfect getaway for wildlife enthusiasts. The sanctuary is known for its amazing flora and fauna, especially Bengal tigers. The park is also famous for the Ranthambore Fort.

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Gwalior

Famous for its medieval hilltop forts, Gwalior is a well-known tourist destination in the central Indian province of Madhya Pradesh. The Gwalior Fort, Jai Vilas Palace Museum, and Sun Temple are some of the most popular tourist attractions here in the city.

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Kathmandu

The Nepalese capital city, Kathmandu is one of the most popular tourist areas in the Himalayan foothills. Visit the city and explore the rich blend of Hinduism and Buddhism, rich artistic heritage, and centuries-old temples - Pashupatinath and Swayambhu.

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Tibet

Tibet, known as the roof of the world, exhilarates with its myriad charms. Awe-inspiring monasteries, deep spiritual heritage, snow covered mountains, and crystal clear lakes – Tibet has all this and much more. The destination is famed for its beauty as well as holy character.

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Darjeeling

Darjeeling is a beautiful hill station with Buddhist monasteries, mesmerizing mountain views and trekking trails. It is a perfect getaway from the usual heat and humidity of the plains. The panoramic views of Himalayan peaks covered with snow are a feast to eyes.

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Bhutan

With lofty mountains, marvellous monasteries, ornate temples, and bustling markets, Bhutan promises you a wonderful holiday experience. The country is located on the southern slopes of Eastern Himalayas, and awaits you with an irresistible blend of nature, culture and history.

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Kaziranga

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kaziranga National Park boasts spectacular scenery and rich wildlife including the endangered one-horned rhinos, tigers, elephants, buffalo, and swamp deer. The park is home to many native and migratory birds, and is a haven for birding enthusiasts.

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Varanasi

Varanasi, also known as Banaras, is a major pilgrimage centre for Hindus. This holy city is famous for its ghats on the River Ganges and a number of highly revered old temples. It’s widely believed amongst Hindus that the one, who dies in Varanasi, attains freedom from reincarnation.

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Khajuraho

The timeless artistic sculptures at Khajuraho temples offer an impression of the enigmatic past of Hindu and Jain cultures. Listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India, temples here allure art enthusiasts with their eccentric erotic carvings.

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Bodhgaya

Bodhgaya, with its spiritual significance, impressive natural beauty and interesting culture, lures hordes of travellers year round. The city’s Mahabodhi Temple Complex is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is an apt place to learn about Buddhism.

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Kolkata

Kolkata, the cultural capital of India, is a mesmerizing blend of elegance as well as disintegrated old architecture, crowded market places, graceful gardens, mammoth civic monuments and flower bedecked temples. The city is also a major centre for music, cinema, literature and spirituality.

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Ahmedabad

Located on the banks of Sabarmati River, Ahmedabad is the commercial capital of the state of Gujarat. The city is closely associated with Mahatma Gandhi and has a rich cultural heritage. Sabarmati Ashram and the delicious Gujarati cuisine are the two major lures of Ahmedabad.

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Aurangabad

Famous for its glorious historical sites and rich cultural heritage, Aurangabad has always been a popular destination among history buffs. From glorious Ajanta & Ellora Caves to the majestic Daulatabad Fort and the fascinating Bibi Ka Maqbara, there is a lot to keep you engaged and enthralled.

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Bhubaneswar

Nature and spirituality are the key draws in Bhubaneswar, the capital city of the state of Odisha. Along with Konark and Puri, Bhubaneswar makes the East India Golden Triangle tour. Apart from some really beautiful temples, the city is famous for the Khandagiri and Udayagiri caves.

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Mumbai

India’s financial capital and the Bollywood city, Mumbai is a fabulous place to have some fun. The city represents urban India with its majestic looking hotels, large shopping malls and a thriving nightlife. But tourists are equally impressed by Mumbai’s colonial architecture and the irresistible street food.

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Hyderabad

The Pearl City, Hyderabad has a lot to offer to tourists. From ancient monuments to green gardens and from delicious cuisine to lovely shopping opportunities, Hyderabad offers a variety of tourist attractions. Hyderabad is also a thriving commercial hub, attracting business travellers from all over.

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Goa

A former Portuguese colony, Goa is best known for two things - golden sand beaches, and thriving nightlife. Some of Asia’s best beaches are located in this smallest Indian state, and are extremely popular among travellers looking for winter sun. Goa has some beautiful churches as well.

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Bangalore

Bangalore, the beautiful capital city of a southern Indian province, impresses with its intriguing mix of scenic landscape and modern infrastructure. Known as the Silicon Valley of India, the city has majestic palaces, picturesque gardens, and a famous pub culture.

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Chennai

Chennai, with its popular spicy food, colorful temples and rich historical architecture is like the perfect introduction to South India. Formerly known as Madras, the city is richly steeped in exotic elements of Tamil culture such as classical Carnatic music and dance.

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Kovalam

A fitting holiday spot for tourists looking for peace and tranquilly, Kovalam is renowned for its quaint appeal and charming beaches. Along with the beaches and other natural treasures, travellers are most enamoured by the many Ayuvedic spas that are found in Kovalam.

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Cochin

Cochin, also known as Kochi, is one of the oldest and largest ports in the West coast. The protected harbor and its fine bay have made the city popular among seafarers and merchant ships. Kochi’s buildings are a rich blend of foreign and Indian architectural influences.

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Port Blair

Stunning beaches and a rich heritage make Port Blair a fascinating place to visit. While the historical Cellular Jail is the biggest attraction here, tourists to Port Blair are also awed by the city’s interesting museums, delicious food and picturesque beaches.

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