Golden Triangle Tour
Most India holidaysare almost synonymous with the Golden Triangle Tour of Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. There are many ways of taking this historic tour. Travellers who really want to live it up like India's erstwhile royalty may consider the heritage railway journey offered by 'Palace on Wheels'. The Golden Triangle Tour becomes a lifelong memory as one gets to witness some of the spectacular world famous sightseeing attractions in India.
Delhi alone spoils one for choice with sights of fabulous Islamic as well as colonial era constructions like Red Fort, Humayun's Tomb, Qutub Minar, President's House, India Gate, and Parliament . Delhi also bowls over gourmets with its legendary restaurants like Bukhara, Karim's, and Moti Mahal.
Similarly, the chance to go on a tour of the world famous Taj Mahal in Agra is another unparalleled delight of the Golden Triangle Tour. It does not end here.
The Jaipur leg of the Golden Triangle Tour satiates even the most jaded traveller. This royal city's list of attractions is literally endless with some of the most popular spots being City Palace, Jaigarh Fort, Albert Hall Museum, and Galtaji temple.
Goa is probably the most popular destination for Holidays to Indiaand definitely one of the most westernised places in the country. The destination has passed through centuries of Portuguese rule and still remains the home of the descendants of numerous Portuguese settlers.
Full moon parties, tantalisingly delicious sea food, lots of cheap booze, and smashing sun, sand, and surf experience all make Goa a dreamlike holiday destination. Just three of the popular beaches amongst countless other delights are Aguada, Anjuna, Kalangute. If you plan to bring home some souvenirs of your vacation, don't forget to pick up some cheap goa dealsat the Anjuna Beach flea market.
Goa also has lots of churches, cathedrals, and forts. Some of the other popular Goa attractions are Dudhsagar waterfalls, Naval Aviation Museum, Mayem Lake, and the different wildlife and bird sanctuaries.
Aptly known as God's Own Country, Kerala completely bewitches the visitor. Huge languid stretches of meandering backwaters, vast mesmerising rice paddy fields, and a number of serene palm fringed beaches make Kerala a virtual paradise.
Book your stay in one of the houseboats. The experience of floating from village to village on a luxury packed vessel is enchanting and beats a stay at many of the five star hotels in Indiahands down.
Kerala is also the proud winner of the vote of best Asian holiday destination in the 'Best in Travel poll 2010'. This puts Kerala ahead of other famous Asian destinations like Thailand and Singapore. The poll was conducted by Smart Travel Asia, an online travel magazine.
Home to the Pink City of Jaipur, Rajasthan is definitely a not to be missed place on your India holidays. Be it Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, or Jaipur, each and every corner of Rajasthan casts a spell upon the visitor.
With many of the erstwhile havelis and palaces being converted into accommodation facilities, Rajasthan also ensures one of the best India hotelexperiences.
Going on camel trips and dune bashing safaris at fraction of what one pays for the same in Dubai, visiting awe inspiring Rajput forts, buying feather soft quilts and other souvenirs, and sampling fiery cuisines - Rajasthan just spoils you for choice. The destination is also home to the Ranthambore National Park, a premiere tiger reserve in India.
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