What to Do and What to See in India

Immense diversity is a description that can define a country like India.

Taj Mahal

Immense diversity is a description that can define a country like India. From a geographical point of view India can be bravely called lucky because of all the variety of natural resources that it was given gratuitously. Its beaches, jungles, mountains and deserts gathered all in one country can definitely draw tourists with different expectation.

Whether you’re a seeker of adventures, vacation rentals and homes for rent or you just enjoy sunbathing on the beach, in India you’ll find what you’ve been looking for. You’ve probably already heard about India’s rich culture influenced by spirituality and religion. The specific sound of its music can be recognized by everyone.

Part of India’s cultural heritage is the diversity of languages that the locals use and that have left a trace in its literature. The typical Indian dances have turned into a distinctive feature of the country. The influence of the western culture can be best seen in Bollywood movies. Family is deeply cherished, and preserving of its honour is something of a major importance. So, if a country could be defined as ‘gifted’, India would probably win a golden medal.

With its many layers, India is a country that can offer you a different experience. Its architecture is unique with the fine details and sumptuous ornaments of the buildings. All kinds of colour combinations for clothes are not something unusual there.

As a tourist destination, India is the country that will make you feel the spirit of something very different and unseen before. You can sense the ancient wisdom embracing you. For the western world this country may look mysterious because everything there is so distant from what we’re used to see. This doesn’t mean that you won’t like it. In fact, the mystical power of India is what draws people to it.

If you want something out of the ordinary, this country will definitely be the one for you. It’ll become more and more appealing to you because each day you’ll discover something new and unfamiliar which will be so interesting that will make you want to dig deeper and to unveil the mystery yourself. It would feel like you’re in a quest for the unknown. And if you’re the curious type that loves to get to know new cultures, it’s rather possible to return many times and to continue your quest from where you’ve stopped the previous time.

India is a large country, actually the seventh in the world with a huge population. She is well known for its rich cultural heritage, spicy delicacies’ and colorful music and dances.  India has beautiful attractions that seem to draw attention from all over the world.

The Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal

When you do visit India, don’t forget to go to Taj Mahal – the famous memorial white palace which has become a symbol of unconditional love. You’ll be fascinated by its majesty and its masterly designs. The gardens around it are absolutely stunning as well. As one of the most recognized buildings in the world and the face of India, Taj Mahal has turned into a desirable tourist destination.

This is perhaps the most iconic monument in India, built with integrity and astounding architectural design. If you have been wondering why the Taj Mahal sounds so familiar, it is one of the Seventh Wonder of the World. She is an extravagant expression of love.

The Taj Mahal stand majestically in her artistically architectural design on the banks of Yamuna River, as a symbol of love, her reflection on the surface of the water creates such a romantic atmosphere.


Kerala is characterized by beautiful beaches, acres of coconut trees, rice barges and great temples. It is the ideal place for those that are inspired by nature and the luxury of green beauty. It is even nicknamed “Gods Own Country” due to her serene natural lush green vegetation.

Apart from the natural beauty Kerala is incredibly blessed with a wide array of attractions such as exotic wildlife, backwaters, natural Ayurvedic medicine, Western Ghats, rich and intriguing cultural life and the list is endless. Kerala is endowed with numerous temples and fascinating boat houses. A big plus is its reputation as the cleanest and safest state in India. If you are really overwhelmed by India’s large cities, a stopover in Kerala will go a long way in rejuvenating a new you.

Bandhavgarh National Park

This is also known as the white tiger country due to the massive habitation of tigers. Though the white tigers are no longer in existence, a lot has been done to preserve the remaining tigers. It is located among the Vindhya Hills of Madhya Pradesh. Here you will enjoy a wonderful jungle experience and take superb photos of the ferocious tigers roaming about the park.

You will also enjoy watching various species of animals such as the sloth bears, stripped hyena, jackals, monkeys and many more. You can combine your trip with a visit to the Kanha Park still in Madhya Pradesh, where Rudyard Kipling described in his famed book ‘Jungle Book’. Enjoy breathtaking views of the steep rocky escarpments as you take in the mysteries of the jungle.


This is an enchanting place with splendid sandy beaches and excellent for luxurious holidays. A visit to Goa leaves you deeply relaxed and inspired. The multiple religions, rich cultural heritage all blend together to bring out a spectacular distinction with the rest of India. The splendid temples, churches and ancient houses bring out the diversity of India. With Goa’s relaxed, Mediterranean feel, the rush that characterizes the rest of India is abated here.

There are great hotels that offer luxurious accommodations such as Taj Holiday Village and the Marjorda Beach resort.  Have fun meditating and relaxing on the white sandy beaches along the Arabian Sea in Goa.

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