North India Travel packages

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North India  Travel packages India is the seventh largest country in the world and perhaps the most diverse in the entire world. The unique landscapes and geography of India makes it an incredible tourist destination. Nowhere else can you see such diversity in terms of Geography. The Northern part if India boasts of some of the most loveliest locations in the country. The Northern India boasts of the mighty Himalayas, the snow clad mountain range that has long been regarded as the most sought after destination for mountaineers and nature lovers alike. The Himalayan area boasts  of some rarest species of flora and fauna. Some rarely seen animals and wild berries and plants could be spotted in the Himalayan valleys and forests. Some of the most revered religious destinations are located in this part of the country. Badrinath, Kedarnath, and Hrishikesh and Haridwar are located in this region. The ethereal locations of Leh and Ladakh are also located here. North India also has a wonderful list of gorgeous hill stations-Shimla, Manali, and Kullu. These are some of the finest tourist destinations in any North India Travel Packages.

Apart from the Himalayas and the hilly regions, the plains in the North also has a lot to offer to the tourists. The desert of Rajasthan, the colorful culture of the North, the spicy food and the spectacular festivities all inspire awe and attract tourists from all around the globe. This part of the country also boasts of the finest examples of architectural beauty of India. The forts and palaces of Rajasthan and the Mughal Tombs and edifices of Delhi and Agra, including the ‘Gem in the crown’ Taj mahal have inspired generations to come and visit this magical place. If you are excited about visiting North India, go for the bestNorth India  Travel packages from a renowned tour operator like Indbaaz tours and travels, and enjoy the journey through some of the most exciting locations in the world!

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