The Must-Visit Tourism Highlights of North India


North India is like a prized gem of a crown of Indian tourism. Blessed with the high mountain range of the Himalayas, rugged hills of the Aravalli, the golden sand dunes of the Thar Desert, lush valleys of Uttarakhand and Himachal, crystal clear lakes, mighty rivers, historic cities, and more, the vast and diverse land has much to explore.

The love of history and culture brings to Rajasthan and the popular Golden Triangle Circuit of India. The thrill of adventure calls to Himachal and Uttarakhand. Indulging in pampering luxury, spiritual bliss, and pretty much anything you wish for, North India Tour Packages create cherished memories.

Take a look at the checklist of must-visit places for your holiday:

Charms of Delhi

Humayun's Tomb in Delhi

The capital city of India, Delhi is the best place to begin your holiday. Firstly, it is well-connected from all over the world and the country, therefore making it the perfect gateway. The “city of cities” as Delhi is fondly known as is home to a vast and diverse history, culture, heritage monuments, exciting experiences, and so much more. Sightsee the famous icons including the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. From cycle rickshaw rides to food trails, shopping for clothes to spices, to the various festive events, Delhi is amazing!

Wonder of the World, Taj Mahal at Agra

Taj Mahal in Agra

The home of the Taj Mahal, Agra is matchless. The seat of governance of the Mughal dynasty for centuries, the city is home to architectural wonders, vibrant culture, interesting experiences and more. Awe at the Taj Mahal and feel the love that crafted this icon. The white-marble mausoleum steals your breath away at sunrise. Take a tour of the mighty Agra fort and the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri. Indulge in shopping and the delightful Mughlai gastronomy,

Royal Grandeur of Rajasthan

Amer Fort in Jaipur

The most favourite holiday destinations in India, Rajasthan requires no introduction. The royal state lures travellers from all over the globe with impressive royal palaces, mighty forts, incredible architecture, colourful festivals, golden sand dunes, heritage hotels, lavish hospitality, wonderful experiences and so much more.

The fascinating tour of Rajasthan begins at Jaipur. The capital city fondly known as the Pink City has mesmerizing sights, things to do and places to see. Udaipur is favoured by couples on honeymoon and nature lovers for the many beautiful lakes and even more breath-taking palaces. Jodhpur, the Blue City brings together the charm of history with exciting activities. Jaisalmer settled on the brink of the Thar Desert is loved for a desert safari getaway. Other popular names include Pushkar, Mandawa, etc. Stay at the heritage hotels, the royal palaces of yesteryears which have been lovingly renovated as luxury accommodation options. Enjoy exploring the rich & diverse heritage of the country.

Holy River Ghats of Varanasi


One of the oldest inhabited cities in the world, Varanasi is one of the must-visit places in India. Settled on the banks of the River Ganga, the ancient city is dotted with beautiful river ghats and centuries-old temples and a charming culture.

It is believed that in Varanasi that one can find salvation. The daily ritual of Ganga Aarti, a spectacular sight when huge brass lamps are lit and raised to honor the River Goddess with music, chant, incense, etc. that creates one of the most blessed experiences of India. Boat ride at sunset is another unmissable delight. The colourful old city has chaotic crowded lanes that tempt to explore while getting some delicious street food, get some shopping done, especially the fascinating Banarasi sarees. Travellers in the city are tempted on the path of salvation during a visit to Sanchi, the site where Lord Buddha is said to have delivered his first sermons.

Scenic Beauty of Shimla


The favoured getaway during the British Raj, Shimla in Himachal Pradesh is a quaint hill station with many charms. Snuggled in the lap of mountains draped in snow, the town has a matchless natural beauty. Arrive on a chugging toy train- a charming Mountain Railway, listed as UNECSO World Heritage while taking in the beautiful scenery. Dotted with relics of the days of the British rule, there are many churches, mansions and vestiges of the old days. Walk through the town and enjoy the fresh air of the mountains. For a fun outing, get to Kufri or move further into the mountains for other scenic getaways.

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