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**Please scroll over each state map to find its location within India**

Gujarat, India.
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Gujarat with its foggy hill stations, captivating beaches, historical monuments, white desert, pilgrimage sites, rich wildlife, and colourful fairs capture the heart of every tourist. In addition, a variety of festivals, lively markets, vibrant lifestyle, and traditional Indian hospitality, will make your experience as “Gujarat truly unforgettable and fantastic”.

 Formerly a Portuguese colony, it is endowed with a variety of attractions including palm-fringed beaches, miles of golden sands, lush green countryside, an incredible mosaic of cultural heritage, magnificent churches, temples, forts and monuments and a unique cultural synthesis of the east and west. With its tropical climate, Goa is a tourist destination for all seasons. Goa is a treasure trove of culture, music, dances, and art forms that can be enjoyed during local festivals and celebrations. Animal lovers can visit the State’s wildlife sanctuaries It is often said that ‘Goa never stops partying’. The city is known for its vibrancy that attains its pinnacle in the annual Goa Carnival festival.

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Rajasthan is one of the pulsating destinations of India Tourism where tourists can see the interwoven beauty of royal traditions with cosmopolitan culture. Arrays of monumental heritage buildings are living testimonials of this princely state that reflect its glorious past which is full of romance and sacrifice.

Kerala is South India's most serenely beautiful state. This slender coastal strip is defined by its layered landscape: almost 600km of glorious Arabian Sea coast and beaches; a languid network of glistening backwaters; and the spice and tea covered hills of the Western Ghats, dotted with fiercely protected wildlife reserves and cool hill stations such as Munnar. Just setting foot on this swathe of soul-soothing, palm-shaded green will slow your subcontinental stride to a blissed-out amble. Kerala is a world away from the frenzy of the rest of India, its long, fascinating backstory illuminated by historically evocative cities like Kochi (Cochin) and Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum).


Besides the famous backwaters, elegant houseboats, ayurvedic treatments and delicately spiced, taste-bud-tingling cuisine, Kerala is home to wild elephants, exotic birds, and the odd tiger, while vibrant traditions such as Kathakali, theyyam (a trance-induced ritual), temple festivals and snake-boat races frequently bring even the smallest villages to life.

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Tamil Nadu State in Southern India known for its temples and architecture, food, movies, and classical Indian dance and Carnatic music. It is the historical home of the famous Chera, Chola, Pandya and Pallava kingdoms which thrived in ancient and medieval India.


Some of the temples here are among India's finest, from the sculpted stonework at Thanjavur (Tanjore) to the sprawling halls at Madurai. Across the state, pulsing urban centers rise like concrete islands amid a landscape of palm and banana plantations, rice fields, and rugged sandstone scarps.

It’s all packed into a state that remains proudly distinct from the rest of India, while also being among the most welcoming.

Maharashtra is an expansive canvas showcasing many of India’s iconic attractions. There are palm-fringed beaches; lofty, cool-green mountains; UNESCO World Heritage Sites; and bustling cosmopolitan cities (and gorgeous vineyards in which to escape them). In the far east of the state are some of the nation’s most impressive national parks, including Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve.

Inland lie the extraordinary cave temples of Ellora and Ajanta, undoubtedly Maharashtra’s greatest monuments, hewn by hand from solid rock. Matheran, a colonial-era hill station served by a toy train, has a certain allure, while pilgrims and inquisitive souls are drawn to the cosmopolitan. The romantic Konkan coast, fringing the Arabian Sea in the west, is lined with, crumbling forts and sandy beaches; some of the best are around pretty Malvan, which is fast becoming one of India’s premier diving centers.

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Madhya Pradesh {Heart of India} is a state of vivid culture, historical places, hill stations, and rich wildlife experiences. With three world heritage sites, plenty of national parks, and wildlife sanctuaries, it is a true adventure destination of central India which has something for everyone. The best way to explore the wildlife of the state is to opt for jeep safari available at national parks. If your wanderlust is still not satisfied, then the historical monuments and temples will surely fill you with so many incredible memories. Plan your trip with us to the heartland of India and discover local heritage, food, culture, and adventure at its best.

The Indian State of Karnataka is blessed with varied landscapes, hidden heritage wonders, misty hills, adventure, cuisine, culture, festivals, and much more. On the one hand, you have the coast and on the other side are rivers and lakes, beautiful landscapes and of course welcoming hospitality.

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South India is the area encompassing the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and Telangana as well as the union territories of Andaman and Nicobar, Lakshadweep and Puducherry.

Fabulous Heritage, Luscious Landscapes, Culinary Delights…. South India. Nothing as you imagined.

Wherever you go in the south you'll uncover splendid relics of the many civilizations that have inhabited this land over two millennia. Tamil Nadu's inspired Pallava sculptures and towering Chola temples; the magical ruins of the Vijayanagar capital at Hampi…and so much more that you'd need a multitude of incarnations to see it all. It's a diverse cultural treasure trove with few parallels, in the land that also gave birth to yoga.

Thousands of kilometers of cascading coastline frame fertile plains, glinting backwaters, and rolling hills in South India – a constantly changing landscape kept glisteningly green by the double-barreled monsoon. The palm-strung strands and inland waterways of the west give way to spice gardens, emerald tea plantations, tropical forests, and cool hill-station retreats in The Western Ghats. The drier Deccan 'plateau' is far from flat, crisscrossed by numerous craggy ranges and often spattered with dramatic, fort-topped outcrops. Across the region, protected wild forests shelter a world of wildlife, from elephants and tigers to monkeys, deer, and sloth bears.

North India officially includes the Indian states of Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana and the Union Territories of Delhi and Chandigarh


North India is a region of diversities that include different climate, language, costume, culture, and many geographical differences. It consists of snowcapped Himalayan peaks along with hill stations at highest to low altitudes. Endowed with sheer natural beauty and rich cultural heritage, North India beckons you for a travel experience of a lifetime.

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