Five Things To Make Your North India Tour Memorable!
North India embraces the grand Himalayas as its crown and beautiful rivers flowing through the plains as its jewels. It never runs out on the best of experiences.There is enough to explore – you can venture out on a shopping spree in the colourful markets of Delhi, you can go on a wild safari… North India interests historians too because Delhi and Agra are two cities which have seen the glorious past of India take shape. Nepal border touches North India and it is a great place for Hindu and Buddhism pilgrims.
- Visit a hill station: Hill stations in India are ‘edenic’ and most of them are still there in their pristine form. Thes e are the places where you can experience pure bliss and you can choose any one as per your convenience and choice. Shimla, Kullu, Manali, Ranikhet, Nainaital, Leh Ladakh are some names to mention. You can try skiing if it’s available in the hill station which you have chosen to visit.
- Do some History digging: Whether you love history or not, North India is a place where you should definitely do some history digging to know some really fascinating facts about the time gone by! You can go to check out the monuments in Delhi like the All India War Memorial, Qutab Minar, Red Fort or you can go to Agra to see Taj Mahal (one of the seven wonders of the world), Fatehpur Sikri etc. There is a story attached to each one of these monuments and you will be amazed when you hear them!
- Explore the wild: There are many wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in North India. Jim Corbett, Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary and Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary are the most famous and well maintained among all. Jim Corbett National Park and Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary are famous for its Bengal tigers and you can conveniently spot the big wild cat walking through the woods when here. The Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary on the other hand is famous for wide variety of avifauna species and rare migratory birds.
- Embark on a holy pursuit: North India Tour/ India Nepal Tour will not be complete until and unless you visit the famous pilgrimage sites. One top suggestion is Varanasi which is a city situated on the banks of holy river Ganga. This city boasts of serene ghats that have an ever tranquil atmosphere. Also there are the four most revered holy places for Buddhism believers to visit- Bodh Gaya, Lumbini (the birthplace of Lord Buddha in Nepal), Sarnath and Kusinara.
- Walk through the markets of North India: North India is a paradise for crazy shopping goers and Delhi is the most sought after shopping destination in India (with lot many markets). Apart from shopping in marketplaces, we suggest that you should enjoy spicy street food of Delhi and scrumptious Mughalai cuisine of Agra. You can also have a rickshaw ride through the market streets to add some fun element to your North India tour!
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