What is special about India Tourism?
There are more than 3000 hotels in the Goa state. Goa is the smallest states in India according to the area, which is 3702 Sq. km. Hundreds of beaches are there in India and you can easily find about forty of them in Goa.
Most Visited Cities
Travel by Train
At present, ‘Gatimaan Express’ is the fastest train in India which runs between Delhi and Agra. The maximum speed of this train is 160 kilometers per hour. The ‘Bhopal Shatabdi Express’ is second fastest train India with a slight difference in the maximum speed. The ‘Vivek Express’ running between Dibrugarh to Kanyakumari is currently the longest train route in India. It connects Dibrugarh in Assam & Kanyakumari, the southernmost tip of Mainland India. The journey is of 85 hours on a 3715 km railway route.
Super Luxury Tours & Stay in India Tourism
Maharaja’s Express is the World’s most expensive tourist train & it is operated by Indian Railways. It operates on six routes and the journeys are named as Heritage of India, Treasures of India, Gems of India, Indian Panorama, Indian Splendour and the Jewels of India. These are 3-night to 7-night duration journeys mainly centered on Rajasthan.
Assam is the largest tea producing state in India. You can visit the beautiful Tea plantations here. The famous Tea plantations are at Assam, Munnar and Wayanad in Kerala, Darjeeling, Nilgiri Mountains in Tamil Nadu and Kangra valley in Himachal Pradesh.
Similar to Tea lovers, there are many Coffee lovers and you can enjoy the Coffee Tourism also in India. The places you can visit to see the lush green Coffee plantations are Chikmagalur and Coorg in Karnataka, Yercaud in Tamil Nadu and Araku in Andhra Pradesh.
Medical – Healthcare – Ayurvedic Tourism
Medical Tourism is a growing sector in India and the metros are popular because of the low-cost of health treatments compared to many other countries. The state of Kerala is known for Ayurvedic and natural remedies and treatments like Ayurvedic Massage.
Many tourists visiting India like specific things like ‘Indian Curry’, ‘Masala Chai’ or ‘Masala Tea’, ‘Seafood’, Indian spices and even the veg food with Indian spices. These are additions to the attractions in India and I meet many people from out of India, who mention that they love Indian food! India Tourism is experiencing all of this and not just visiting the famous tourist places. Contact us for specific interests, requirements or more information and we will be happy to help.