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The Indian subcontinent is a melting pot of different languages, cultures and traditions. Each region has
a rich heritage and history and is well endowed with nature’s precious gifts. From wildlife to historical
monuments to snow-capped peaks and scenic valleys North India has a lot to offer to tourists. Hills-
stations, adventure sports, pilgrimages or nature travel, there are a variety of interesting tours on offer.
Tourists in India must go for North India Tour packages.

Fairs and festivals are an intrinsic part of the Indian culture. Fair and Festival tour packages are one of
the most famous North India Tour package. Mathura is popular among those wishing to witness
celebrations of Holi, the festival of colours, and Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna. Pushkar fair
held every year in Rajasthan is the largest cattle fair in the world. It also sees many cultural activities like
dance and music, and offers countless shopping opportunities. Similarly the Surajkund mela held on the
outskirts of Delhi is a 15-day extravaganza featuring the best of India’s regional dances, music,
handicrafts and cuisines.

A popular holiday idea for a North India tours is to visit the various hill-stations. Shimla, the capital of
Himachal Pradesh, is called the ‘Queen of hill-stations’ for its snow-capped peaks, cascading waterfalls,
beautiful lakes, valleys and colonial structures. Manali in Himachal is equally famous for its unspoiled
natural beauty, dotted with many ancient temples. Nainital in Uttarakhand is called a ‘lake paradise’ for
its many magnificent lakes. Ladakh, Srinagar, Valley of flowers, Mussoorie, Pehelgam and Mount Abu
are some other places worth seeing.

Wildlife or nature tourism has lately become very popular and North India abounds in natural beauty.
Travellers seeking a respite from the maddening city life can head to any of the various National Parks
and Wildlife Sanctuaries. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Ranthambore National Parks for tigers and Sariska
wildlife sanctuaries for tigers, Corbett National Park for tigers and Nanda Devi National Park for snow-
leopards in Uttarakhand are few of the famous places one can visit during North India Wildlife Tours.

A north India tour is not complete without a visit to any of the pilgrimages. North India Pilgrimage Tours
are very famous among tourists. Vaishno Devi in Jammu & Kashmir sees many tourists every year.
Mathura and Vrindavan, jointly called ‘Brajbhoomi’, are sacred for Hindus because of their association
with Lord Krishna. The Kailash-Mansarovar Yatra, north of the Himalayas, is sacred for Hindus, Jains and
Buddhists. Another famous Hindu pilgrimage is the Char-Dham, consisting of Gangotri, Yamunotri, Sri
Kedarnathji and Sri Badrinathji. Dargah Sharif in Ajmer, Rajasthan, is holy for Muslim and the festival of
Urs held here every year attracts thousands of visitors.

For those seeking comfort and luxury while at the same time enjoying the grandeur of Rajasthan’s
glorious past, there is the Palace-on-wheels. This luxury coach has been voted the 10th most luxurious
train in the world. It offers lush interiors, excellent service, exquisite cuisine and of course, sightseeing
opportunities. Starting at Delhi, the train travels through all major tourist destinations of Rajasthan and
Agra before terminating at Delhi.
Tourists can take any of the North India Tour packages to explore this region and its culture. North India
is rich in natural beauty, culture and history and is a traveler delight.

Aalia Khan has deep interest in writing informative articles on Travel and tourism India. Also given her
words to a portal for India Tour where one can find info on North India tours and get the best packages
for vacation in India. Explore – http://www.indiatouritinerary.com

				
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Description: The Indian subcontinent is a melting pot of different languages, cultures and traditions. Each region has a rich heritage and history and is well endowed with nature’s precious gifts.