Holidays in India are multifaceted and varied – activities to their liking will be found by lovers of beach lounging, avid surfers, fans of excursion vacations, and even extreme sportsmen – skiers and snowboarders. It is unlikely that it will be possible to combine all these types of recreation in one trip, so you will return to hospitable India more than once.
How to relax in India
Those who prefer a beach holiday to all others should definitely visit Goa or Kerala. Here are the best Indian beaches with white sand and azure water, luxury hotels with a full range of services, schools for surfers and diving. In the north of Goa, there are the best night clubs and great parties, which attract young people here. In the south, rest is more solid and personable. Andaman Islands are perfect for scuba diving and exploring the underwater world.
Arriving for the first time in India, many go on sightseeing tours along the golden triangle to see the great architectural monuments with their own eyes. The capital of India, Delhi is rich in museums and temples, which many have heard of, but have never seen with their own eyes. The magnificent Taj Mahal can be seen visiting Agra. One of the points of the main excursions will be a visit to Jaipur – the pink city, which was conceived as a perfect repetition of the universe.
Oddly enough, in India there is something for lovers of winter types of recreation to do, although for most tourists this country is associated exclusively with a hot tropical climate. One of the most famous ski resorts in India – Auli – invites guests from December to mid-May. More than 10 km of ski slopes for beginners and confident skiers. Going down the slopes, you can enjoy the snowy peaks of the Himalayas. By the way, festivals and national championships are often held at this resort, so you can also become a spectator.
For those interested in religious history, India is a true Mecca. Perhaps few countries can be compared with India in the number of temples and monasteries. Many of them are open to tourists. Here you can expand your horizons, communicate with monks, resolve your spiritual questions, receiving answers from wise elders. And just spend some time in solitude, alone with yourself.
Another unusual area of tourism in India is wellness, and this is not a standard visit to medical resorts and even less hospitals. When it comes to India, it implies the science of life – Ayurveda – everyone can join in its secrets and recharge their batteries with energy. Kerala has many hotels offering Ayurvedic medicine services. You can even live in the real Maharaja Palace, converted into the Heritage Hotel. Special decor and antiques only emphasize the mysterious atmosphere..
India offers tourists so different types of recreation that it is impossible to cover them all. In addition to the natural beauty and stunning architecture, in India there are so many attractive, mysterious and mysterious places that having been here once, you will come back here more than once.
Have a nice trip!