India is not only offers an ancient culture but also wild nature, history of religions and culture and the opportunity to know oneself.
With its multitude of religions and deities, it is not surprising that India is the land of sacred temples, throughout the ages this country has been the cradle of new ideas, architecture, art and sculpture. As one of the most prominent features of the temples is that they are usually carved in mountainous enclaves and in the caves themselves, which provides travelers with unusual views. This environment is conducive to the worship and divine devotion that characterizes the different religions of India.
Some of the must visit temples are:
– Khajuraho temple in Madhya Pradesh.
– The temple of Orissa, or more characteristic of this temple is that the blessed make offerings of food to the Mahalakshmi gods of Mr. Janannath.
– The Tamil Nadu temple, adorned with animals, demons and gods in technicolor.
– The golden temple of Amritsar, a unique place where the radiance of precious metals joins the religious freedom of the place.
For the more adventurous: The Himalayas
There are many tourist places in India, but many people travel to this magical country with a single objective: to crown the top of the sacred mountain of the Himalayas.
Not only the most prepared mountaineers embark on the adventure of climbing this mountain, but also adventurous travelers who, with the help of local sherpas and a good high team, head up the summit of this mountain.
In addition to being the most emblematic mountain in India, it is the land of incredible communities such as those of Kashmir and Nanda Devi west of the mountain, to the east you will find the spectacular Sikkim park with giant butterflies and its orchid forest.
If it coincides that you go at the end of June or July, we advise you to spend a few days at the Hemis festival. In spite of being a local party, many tourists are called by the curiosity of this celebration. This is a party full of flowers and colors and where its monastery attracts more than 500 lamas that receive both local visitors and tourists at this Hemis festival.
IndiaRail – Live the train experience in India
The rail system in India is not only a method of transport for them, but is part of their culture. Each train car is a small-scale representation of what India is: pure noise, chaotic, cozy and vibrant.
Some train routes to India:
Cross the desert from Jodphur to Jaisalmer, on this tour you will have the opportunity to visit ancient cities and their forts.
‘Toy Train’ from Kolkata to Darjeeling in its zigzagging rails through impetuous mountains to its famous tea plantations and this route will offer you stunning views of the entire Himalayas.
The famous cardamom route from Madurai to Bodinayakkanur will cover the slopes of the slopes of the southern part of the Western Ghats and its mango, cotton, pepper, coffee and tea plantations.
Grand Trunk Express, if you have time, we recommend this route because it is one of the most essential tourist places in India. Adventurers in the experience of this train circuit that runs from New Delhi to Chennai. It travels over 2,186 kilometers, which means it is the longest train route in all of India.
You can also take the luxury train – Palace on Wheels that can help you to explore India.
Rent a house or boat? Better a boat house!
A trend that is lately on the rise is the possibility of renting a rice boat that sails through the waters of Kerala. It is one of the best experiences to know the true rural India.
It is time to relax and enjoy the wonderful surroundings of Kochi, which is a set of small islands, peninsulas and headlands that are located in an enclave of lakes and rivers of the Arabian Sea.
Know more about the Palace on Wheels train tariff for the peak and lean season.