Incredible experiences in Incredible India

By IndeBo | Aug 16, 2018
India

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal

India is everything, and more. Its eccentric vibrancy, the myriad religions, cultures, people, and ethnicity, all of these come together to inspire and provide a visual explosion of experiences to visitors.

Witness the country’s diversity through all the sights, sounds, colours of its different regions. From the high Himalayas to the arid deserts of Rajasthan, from the beauty of North-East India to the rich heritage of South India; lose yourself in the mesmerizing sights this country has to offer.

Venture into the Sunderbans

Home of the famed Royal Bengal Tiger, Sunderbans is the the largest river delta of India. Row through the swamps of the delta, and witness the world’s largest mangrove forests. Witness dolphins in action, indulge in an hour of birdwatching, or spot a myriad of reptiles. The ethereal Sunderban forests have an eerie charm that manages to fascinate travelers with its innate ecological harmony.

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Sail across the holy Ganges

From the fertile Gangetic plains to the holy city of Allahabad and Varanasi, sail up the most famous river of India, visiting historic towns en route. Marvel at ornate temples along the way and glimpse into the unhurried pace of lives on the crowded bathing ghats. Treat your eyes to the golden fields of wheat and and learn about the medieval history of magnificent forts.

Ganga Sailing

Ganga Sailing

Usher in the Naga new year

Celebrate the colourful, culturally enriched annual new year festival of Kaing Bi with the people of Nagaland. Witness the revelry of the opening ceremony with the village elders, where you can lay your hands on traditional delicacies and aromatic rice wine. Tap your foot to traditional music and dance performances, and pray with the tribes for good health, wealth and happiness.

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Soak in the green of the Western Ghats

Blessed with surreal beauty, the Western Ghats are a favourite of nature lovers. Spread across the states of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa, Tamil Nadu and Kerala, travellers can experience changes in culture and lifestyle after every hundred kilometres. From the royal Mysore Palace and beautiful Vrindavan Gardens, to the Pykara Lake and the attractions of the hill station of Ooty, journey across the diverse landscapes of the region. Let the journey leave you spellbound with its beauty.

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Experience royalty in Rajasthan

Visit Rajasthan to be captivated by camel carts and turbaned cameleers in the desert of Thar. Go to regal palaces and interact with members of royal families. Regale yourself with stories of a battle-scarred heritage as you marvel at forgotten forts. Celebrate colourful festivals of Rajasthan in Pushkar and Jaipur, or head to the oldest mountain ranges of the country – the Aravalli Hills.

Amber Fort, Rajasthan

Amber Fort, Rajasthan

Get a taste of South Indian culture

From ancient cities and lush jungles, to experimental cuisines and pristine beaches,experience South India in its finest form. Visit the cosmopolitan city of Bengaluru, or head to lush green forests in Kabini. Witness a grand show of South India’s culture at Hassan or delight your taste buds in a culinary tour of royal Mysore. Cruise along rivers in search of elephants and tigers or wake up to panoramic views of tea estates in Kerala. Surround yourself with happiness in these enthralling lands.

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Lose yourself in the beauty of North-East

The ‘Seven Sisters’ of India have some of the most magnificent sights to behold. Drive through tea plantations of Darjeeling to the monasteries of Namchi. Journey to Kanchendzonga, or head to the cleanest city of India, Gangtok. Drench yourself in the waterfalls of Meghalaya or watch spectacular sunsets on the riverbanks of Assam. The bewildering diversity of the region is unlike anything you’ll ever experience.

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