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  3. If eager individuals are planning to travel to India, they will quickly find that the nation is a land of contrasts. The country is both deeply spiritual and eminently modern. Both New Delhi and Mumbai, in fact, are among the largest cities on Earth. Tourists can look forward to urban cultural attractions, remote beaches, pristine nature reserves and the shimmering wonder of the Himalayas. While many visitors are interested in the nation's biodiversity, others are drawn to the magnificent religious sites sprinkled around the country. Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism were founded in India, and most residents are wholly devoted to spirituality. Visitors will surely fall in love with the mystical South Asian nation as soon as they arrive.
     

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  5. India offers travelers a tremendous variety of nature areas to explore. Kaziranga National Park, which is located in the eastern portion of the country, is a vast wilderness that is home to many endangered species. Visitors can enjoy elephants, water buffalo and swamp deer. The park is also famous for its Bengal tigers. Periyar National Park, which offers a variety of sparkling waterways, can be seen by boat. Many of India's parks, in fact, offer safari tours by jeep. In rare cases, individuals may even be able to enjoy a trek through the forest on the back of a well-trained elephant.

    The Taj Mahal is one of the most spectacular sites in all of India. The mausoleum has the outward appearance of a palace and is as elegant as any cathedral in Europe. The brilliant white facade, which is made from marble, is one of the finest examples of Mughal architecture. The garden that surrounds the Taj Mahal is marked by trees, fountains and green areas. The interior of the mausoleum features extravagant decorative items and a plethora of precious and semiprecious gemstones. As one of India's most iconic tourist attractions, it is not to be missed.

    Tourists who are looking to soak up Indian culture while also enjoying fabulous oceanfront areas will have a range of beaches to choose from. While many coastal towns have been transformed into resorts, there are a number of unexploited beaches that are perfectly charming locations in which to relax. Andhra Pradesh, Gujurat and Tamil Nadu offer relatively pristine beaches where the stiff ocean breezes and the incredible wildlife can be enjoyed in relative serenity. Visitors who wish to avoid the tropical areas can instead head into the Himalayas for some adventure tourism. Mountain climbing, rock climbing, skiing and river rafting are all enormously popular. The city of Bhopal offers boat racing to watercraft enthusiasts.

    New Delhi is home to a broad array of cultural attractions and historic sites. Men and women who will be spending some time in the city can visit the National Gallery of Modern Art, the National Museum of Natural History and the National Rail Museum. The India Gate is a national monument that is designed to honor the 90,000 soldiers who were killed in World War I and the Third Anglo-Afghan War. The Buddha Jayanti Park, on the other hand, honors the great enlightenment of the Buddha himself.
     

     
     
  6. Best Time To Visit: 

    The northern and southern sections of the country have widely varying climates. If you wish to explore the grand nature reserves you will want to visit from March to May. During the monsoon, which generally runs from June to October, tourists can visit Ladakh and other regions in the far north. Travelers who are primarily interested in the beach resorts will want to visit during the winter months.

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