NORTHERN TOURISM

NORTHERN TOURISM

All journeys have a secret destination of which the traveller is unaware

India’s capital city, Delhi, is unavoidable if you’re visiting north India from another country. Delhi airport has been renovated and upgraded to be the largest in India, and your flight will land there. Delhi strikingly brings to life the ancient past while at the same time showcases India’s modern future. It’s divided into two parts — the […]

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There’s no better place to experience India’s regal splendor than Udaipur. It really is India’s most romantic city! Who could resist the allure of its enchanting old mansions, beautiful gardens, intricate temples, and grand palaces overlooking expansive shimmering lakes. The City Palace, which stretches along the eastern shore of Lake Pichola, leaves visitors spellbound. The […]

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While in Rajasthan, don’t miss exploring rural village life. Bishnoi is a community of nature worshipers around 45 minutes from the Blue City of Jodhpur. It can be visited on a day trip but for the ultimate experience, stay overnight in traditional-style accommodations. The best options are Chhotaram Prajapat’s Homestay, Bishnoi Village Camp and Resort, and Shambhu Prajapat Ecofriendly […]

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There’s Manali — and, there’s Old Manali. A little uphill from Manali town, the village of Old Manali is a world away from the crowds. You’ll find traditional homes and quaint guest houses, surrounded by apple orchards and snow-covered peaks. Old Manali is one of the top destinations for backpacking in India and is refreshing […]

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Remote Ladakh has become an increasingly popular tourist destination since it was opened to foreigners in 1974. Leh, the most common entry point to the region, is bounded by two of the world’s largest mountain ranges and surrounded by alpine desert. Buddhist monasteries and trekking opportunities are the biggest draws for visitors. Leh is the […]

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Srinagar, in predominantly Muslim Kashmir, is a place of splendid natural beauty, with serene lakes and Mughal-style gardens. Srinagar is most well known for its houseboats, a legacy of the British that has rapidly multiplied. Although civil unrest has been a concern in the area, harming tourism in the past, calm has been restored and […]

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