What to see When Visiting India

There is much to see in India and seeing all in one trip is near impossible. When you consider the sheer number of sights to see in India, the focus has to become planning your trip around each of those landmarks or festivals. Doing your best to fit in as much as possible but in such a way as to allow yourself to take it all in and enjoy each as much as possible.

One thing that is nice is that travel in the country is inexpensive and flights within India are easily affordable. This is beneficial as it allows you to cover a wider area of interests without costing a fortune. With that in mind, here are some sights and areas that you might want to add to your itinerary.

Golden Triangle

The golden triangle is one of the more popular destinations in India for tourists. It provides insight into Agra, Jaipur and Delhi, three top destinations in India. It includes tours of Humayun’s Tomb and the Red Fort, Agra For and the Taj Mahal. It also whisks you away to Jaipur and the Pink City and the interesting bazaars of Delhi’s.

Religious sites

If you are looking to experience the religious side of India, visiting some of the many temples is the way to go. This includes the Golden Temple in Amritsar, the Jain temples in Rajasthan and the southern Gujarat temples.

Wildlife

There is little doubt that the wildlife in India can be nothing shy of spectacular. This is especially so in the many national parks in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Of course, there are national parks all over India, and each offers their unique wildlife such as tigers, lions, wild elephants, asses and an extensive range of exotic birds.

Mountains Trekking

For those who are avid hikers, India’s northern area is the perfect spot for outdoor activity. There is an abundant stream of activities that one can enjoy such as white water rafting, hiking, overnight journeys into the mountains and more. Bear in mind that the best time to engage in this is between September and October as this is when the monsoon season has ended.

Spiritual Tourism

Make no mistake about it, India is ripe with spiritualism. This includes the many temples one ca visit and experience the heart of India, but also the ancient funeral ghats that Hindus go to pay respect to their lost loved ones. The spirituality of India really is everywhere, and visits to the Amristar, a Sikh holy city or to Pushkar and Ajmer will really give you a good insight into the deeply spiritual culture of India and is people.