THINGS YOU MUST DO ON HOLIDAYS IN INDIA.

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India is great for a holiday of the diversity is astoundingly appealing, you could find dry desert, cold mountains, numerous cultures and different languages from state to state. You couldn’t get enough of India in just a week. A cost saver with enthralling experience, name it and you can get the adventure to homestay at reasonable costs at Tripcultr.

Track the Spots

India known for wildlife, get to see the country’s big cats like the Bengal tigers, snow leopard, Asiatic lions, clouded leopards and Indian leopards.The best national parks are found in Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench, Satpura and Corbett.  A great number of tigers in the Sunderbans but difficult to spot. As for leopards find them to the far south of Kerala and north of Rajasthan. 

If Snow leopards are your taste then Ladakh, higher in the Indian Himalayas. Chances of seeing in the winter as they descend from the mountains in search of food.

Indian Temple Sightseeing.

India is known for its Hindu spirituality, the architecture is found deep in some these temples. The well-habited religions and deities, it’s a land of temples. Throughout it’s been a canvas for ideas, architecture, sculpture and arts. Dominating the mountains and caves, they are vibrant centres of devotion.The Caves of Khajuraho temple in Madhya Pradesh. Food prepared under the Goddess Mahalakshmi in Orissa. Marvel yourself at the technicolour gods and demons at the Meenakshi Sundareshwar Temple in Tamil Nadu. The Golden Temple in Amritsar still a shining beacon of religious and spiritual freedom.

The Himalayan Trek.

The Indian Himalaya conjures up ancient pilgrimages and sacred sites apart from that great viewpoints at the western ranges, from Kashmir to Nanda Devi. In the east, Sikkim is a paradise of giant butterflies and orchid forests. The Markha Valley and Hemis Festival offer the most popular trekking adventure with stunning mountain scenery and a large monastery in Ladakh, get a chance to see snow leopards. The monastery of Sikkim reveals offers dramatic scenery, quaint monasteries with hundreds of species of butterflies, birds and rare plants.

Rafting the Indian style

Brahmaputra Rafting Expedition very challenging rafting trips across the world. The Brahmaputra being the biggest rivers on the planet, originates from Tibet, where it is known as Tsangpo. Coming through the Himalayas across Tibet, enters  India for a stretch of 200 km journey to the plains. The upper section is called Siang. The expedition starts from the upper Brahmaputra river starting from Tuting. We would raft for 180 km from this river from Tuting to Pasighat, hurling exciting rapids and crossing remote inaccessible gorges with dense tropical rain forests. The Brahmaputra rafting gives one of the remote river trips on the planet, converting it into an unforgettable experience.