India is a country where deserts and jungles, sea and mountains, skyscrapers and magnificent palaces are wonderfully combined. Over the years, India has been attracting tourists with its unusual nature, amazing sights, the clear waters of the beaches of Goa, as well as the unlike atmosphere of its small towns and villages. You can stroll through the bustling Delhi, plunging into the rhythm of Indian life, you can go on an excursion to the mountains, to the holy places of pilgrimage, or you can relax on the warm beaches of Goa, where beautiful weather persists all year round.
India is able to satisfy even the most discerning traveler. Do you want to have adventures in the mountains? Itís easy. The northern border of the state is topped by the highest mountains on the planet - the Himalayas.
Is there a beach vacation? Welcome to the state of Goa - a paradise in the southwest of this picturesque land!
Do you want to be in the real wild tropics? Just go to Kerala for unforgettable journeys to the Indian reserves and the jungle.
Are you interested in Indian identity? In the first half of March, the locals have a habit of staining with paint: this is a holiday in early spring and Holly's revival - join in!
Do you want an extreme? Elephant rides and extreme jeep are waiting for you.
If you feel the need for solitude, so these lands are known for countless wonderful temples and spiritual places. Because of this diversity of the republic, every tourist is faced with the fear of possible difficulties before and during the journey. We assure you that the main difficulty is to decide what to visit first among must-see attractions!
Undoubtedly, the notorious Taj Mahal is a must. In the tumultuous metropolis of Agri Taj Mahal is located - monumental, majestic, unsurpassed, white, exceptional. There is probably no language in which words are enough to convey emotions when viewing a mausoleum in person: this architectural marvel is must be seen with your own eyes.
While in Agri, do not miss the chance to get to the Red Fort, the majestic residence of the rulers, commissioned by Emperor Akbar the Great in the mid-16th century. This complex of mosques and palaces is a great example of Hindu and Islamic architecture. The combination of colorful colors (white, purple, yellow), the interweaving of floral patterns, the mirror trim and the precious stones on the walls are immersed in a true oriental tale.