The Indian subcontinent is huge and diverse, and that continues to cast a spell on anyone who travels through it. Visitors to India are delighted, inspired and mystified by its various sights, sounds and smells – it is a vacation destination like no other in the world. The Indian subcontinent is perhaps the only destination in the world where in a two-week vacation, you can make a high hike altitude, do a safari in a National Park, spend a night lazily across the backwaters, camel riding in the desert, spend time gazing at the Taj Mahal, and still have time to relax on a beach !! India has all this and much more.
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India is all these things and more. How can you prepare yourself? Start with our tips to take the final step of trip: go to India for the first time!
India, it is often said, it is not a country but a continent. It extends from the icy peaks of the Himalayas to the tropical greenery of Kerala, its expansive borders encompass an incomparable range of landscapes, cultures and people. Walk the streets of any Indian city and you rub shoulders with representatives of several of the great religions of the world, a multitude of castes and outcasts, white-skinned, turbaned dark-skinned Tamils Punjabis. You’ll also find the temple rituals that have been made since the time of the Egyptian pharaohs, centuries mosques with onion dome erected before the Taj Mahal was ever dreamed of, and the peculiar echoes of the British Raj in virtually every corner.