Religion is, of course, at the heart of Indian culture. Hindu, Buddhist, Jain or Muslims live together on the same territory. And even if the temples are not your cup of tea, you can at least have a good time in Khajuraho, famous for its erotic sculptures. If, on the contrary, you love it, the 500 temples of Bhubaneswar in Orissa should satisfy you. Once in this area, visit the Temple of the Sun and its sculpture laces, on the edge of the Bay of Bengal. Nothing replaces the visit of a museum to better know a country, especially since the history of India has been very eventful, suffering as much the Asian as well as the occidental influence. The Tibetan Museum tells of the Tibetan people's ongoing struggle for independence and historical, cultural and religious ties with India. Another more provincial but equally interesting museum is the Orissa Museum. It highlights this area, thanks to the many archaeological finds and sculptures from the north of India. Get off the beaten path to discover the Indian flora and fauna in the West Bengal region. Perhaps you will see the "man-eater", the Bengal Tiger, feared by a predominantly agricultural and very poor local population. The Sundarbans National Park at the mouth of the Ganges is the largest mangrove reserve in the world.
A trip to North India will fascinate you with diversity: people, cultures, landscapes, activities, entertainment. Visit the most beautiful architectural sites and test different atmospheres: cities with colorful lanes, noisy and lively, jungle with its elephants and tigers, desert with its dunes and camels. Use all your senses: colorful and spicy artisan markets, cultural & religious festivals, various distractions, gastronomy and shopping. Unusual, this is the word that best describes your North India tour! North India tour unveils its most beautiful treasures in the state of Rajasthan. During the course of North India tour in Rajasthan, you will happen to see the forts and palaces of the Rajput kings and also will have opportunity to enjoy Maharaja lifestyle by staying in palace hotels. Majestic Taj Mahal remains on the chart in most of North India tours. Admire palaces and temples, jewels of architecture, in Jaipur, Udaipur, Pushkar and Jodhpur. The river Ganges, the Thar desert, the jungle, but also the noisy and lively cities invite the traveler to unforgettable activities.