Some of the popular Tourist destinations India offered by Joy Travels – Rajasthan, Kerala, Goa, are Golden Triangle tour, Kashmir and Ladakh, Taj Mahal, Rajasthan, Uttarkhand, Medical tourism, yoga departure and North India tour. Choose one of these above and experience the bright culture and rich heritage places of India. When you go to Rajasthan, you breathe in history, a splendid history of the kings and queens of those times
The bravery and loyalty of their subjects, and the monuments they created, leaving behind a rich legacy for future generations. Jodhpur has the Umaid Bhavan – one of the world’s largest and finest palaces, and the Mehrangarh Fort. Jaisalmer, too, has a Golden Fort, called so, because it is built upon a hill in its’ golden sand, besides more Jain temples, and a lake! Further ahead is Bikaner with a camel breeding farm, temples and another fort – the Junagadh Fort. Mandawa’s Nawalgarh Fort or Bala Kila are popular with tourists, while its’ attractive Roop Niwas Palace having pretty gardens inlaid with fountains has become a Heritage Site.
There are two luxury trains to take you along in comfort, lending a touch of elegance to your travels – the Palace-on-Wheels and the Royal Rajasthan-on-Wheels, with ambiance befitting royalty, huge windows to let you enjoy the scenery undisturbed while you are on board the train, and halts at several important cities where guides will take you around. You will be spoiled for cuisine and liquor in these trains, personalized service, luxurious cabins, besides an excellent spa and gym on board the Royal Rajasthan-on-Wheels. a lake, a temple carved out of solid rock, and many Jain temples including the charming complex of Dilwara Temples – a symphony in white marble. But whether you travel by train, road, or air, once you’ve been to Rajasthan sightseeing Tour its charming cities and sites, you will want to return for more.
KERALA HOLIDAYS – God’s Own Country Tourism Information
They call it ‘God’s own land’. You’ll have to go there to find out why. Beaches, lakes, rivers, and Kerala’s famed backwaters dotted with islands fringed by palm and coconut trees, quaint houseboats, Ayurvedic treatment, spas and yoga remedies, make Kerala an idyllic destination for a holidays. What better way to get far away from the madding crowd or beat the heat?
It’s the land of the ancient martial art of Kalaripayattu, classical Indian dance forms of Kathakali and Mohiniattam, and the historic boat race where the boats-men still sing of the friendship between Krishna and his poor friend – Sudama. But Kerala was only popular with the hippie tourists till the 1970’s, after which the world woke up to its charms.
The Western Ghats are to its’ east, the Arabian Sea to its’ west, and it is near Lakshadweep; with thickly forested hills and valleys, vast expanse of beaches, innumerable rubber, spice and tea plantations, gently nodding paddy fields for miles on end, splashing waterfalls and chattering brooks, Kerala offers a laid-back as well as an invigorating experience. Just take your pick!
There are rivers aplenty; surrounded by rugged mountains and cliffs, Kerala has been blessed with an abundance of natural beauty. Besides, there are cave temples, some very ancient temples, Sabarimala’s revered site, historic churches, art galleries, and several museums including a Tea museum. Cochin, its’ pretty capital city, has several landmarks. There’s the famous Dutch Palace (Mattancherry), Jewish Synagogue, Jews Street, Indo-Portuguese museum, Bogatty Palace that is now a heritage hotel resort, the grant Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica, the oldest European church in India – St Francis CSI Church, and the quaint Chinese Fishing Net Bridge – all a ‘must-see’.
Kochi and Allapuzha are two top tourist destinations. Munnar with its green carpet of tea gardens, colorful meadows, pristine waterfalls, Mattupetty and Kundale lakes, Echo Point, Rajamali National Park, Blossom Garden, and mist-covered hills, will captivate you with its magic. Thekkady that rivals Munnar’s beauty, with verdant hills, rich plantations, streams and waterfalls, besides varied species of animals and birds, is another scenic palace to visit in Kerala.
Goa Holidays – Exotic Destination for Vacations in India
Goa is full of rice paddies, mango, pineapple and coconut trees, besides many other types of vegetation and medicinal herbs. There are spice farms you may like to visit. Besides the Goan National Park, there are forest and wildlife sanctuaries, and avid bird-watchers can enjoy tracking hundreds of bird species, some of which are endemic to Goa.Joy Travels provide major tourist attractions of Goa and best sightseeing tour packages.
You can choose from low-priced boarding houses to moderate-priced or luxury resorts. There are tourist huts overlooking beaches, where you can open your eyes to the bright blue waters, sleep with the neon lights reflected in the sea, and harken to the sounds of the birds calling to each other. You can laze on a hammock, enjoy Goan cuisine and feni, or stroll on the beach collecting seashells, if you wish.
Try the ferry ride, just for fun! On a large boat, you will be jostled by a motley crowd of flower-sellers, fisherwomen, office-goers and, even cars and motorbikes that some take with them. The motorcycle taxi is a fairly new kind of transport you can take, if in a rush.One thing you must go for is the Mandovi river cruise that many steamers offer; it’s an audio-visual treat of Konkan folk dance and music where you can join at the end. Drinks and dinner on board are optional. With several rivers, there is a large variety of fresh seafood in Goa. The cuisine is basically of two kinds – Goan Catholic and Goan Hindu – with many types of main dishes and desserts, besides pickles and, snacks such as idlis and papaws.
If you want to pick up a souvenir or two, you’ll find plenty to choose from – attractive coconut shell carvings, finely-designed silver jewellery, mats made from coconut/banana/pineapple fibre, crochet, embroidery, jute macramé, delicate Goan lace, aromatic spices, raw cashewnuts and, a fine variety of wines as well as feni. And don’t forget to sample the delicious pastries and marzipans at some of the finest bakeries in Goa that began over a century ago. But remember they have a siesta, a fairly long one. For Goa lives at its’ own pace, and you can amble along tree-lined roads at your pace, to get your fill of fresh air. There are many churches of Goa. On you Goa Holidays this time, try uncovering them all. India tour Destinations