India Travel Guide Home to more than a billion people, India has something for just about every travel. Perched in the crossroads between the Middle East and Asia, the country has a rich historical background and an almost unbelievable range of attractions and events. From beautiful sandy beaches to large mountain ranges, the climate of the country is more diverse than you might expect from the travel brochures. India is a mix of cultures, religions and lifestyles all crammed together nearly on top of each other. A city such as Delhi is a mass of congestion and humanity, with millions of people crammed into a city that never seems to sleep. But it's also possible to visit areas of India that don't have electricity and don't appear to have changed much over the past two hundred years. Here are some of India's highlights, although a visitor could spend months with vacations India and never repeat a location: Ootacamund Ooty is a favorite vacation spot for India's middle class and it's easy to see why. The area has a relaxed vibe filled with tea rooms and quiet plantations. One treat is a ride on the famous toy train which makes it way through the off-the-map spots and provides a glimpse of an India gone by. Periyar National Park Periyar Sanctuary has India's largest collection of wildlife, including everything from elephants to rare birds. Guides can provide personalized tours that are unforgettable. The area is also the home of many spice farms and coffee and tea plantations. Ranthambore National Park This is the best vacations India to spot one of the endangered Bengal Tigers. It's also the perfect place for history buffs since it's filled with ancient ruins and abandoned palaces dating back as much as a thousand years. Camel Safari The area near Pushkar is the perfect place to take a camelback ride over endless dunes of sand.
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