How to get around North India This Year

In this article, we’re going to learn about North India Tour This Year.

Just like Lady Gaga sang “If I had a highway I would run for the hills !”.

Are mountains calling just your call then we definitely need to talk to my friend?

There is this funny joke going around for a decade now but still so relatable, the one in which a person says let’s go for a trip and the wallet says yeah to the backyard! Well, then this article is definitely for you.

Isn’t it the time of the year when you pack your bags and head for a vacation of a lifetime? So, have you thought about where you want to go? Well, fret not! We have the best north Indian tour packages for the traveler and explorer in you! And which definitely fit in your budget and you will not at all disappointed.

North India has a plethora of opportunities for tourists and travelers alike. It is the part of India that is both historically and culturally rich, boasts of an inimitable hospitable spirit, and delights with its mouth-watering culinary skills. North India is a complete adventure package in its own. There is no such place in the world which might let you experience so much diversity from such a small area.

 So what comprises North India? North India is the area that covers Rajasthan, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand, and UP. Yes, most of these places are extremely exciting to visit.

Some of the wonderful North-Indian States that you must visit are-

Rajasthan:

Rajasthan
Rajasthan

Best things to do in Rajasthan – The supreme royalty and imperial splendor of the state makes it an ideal place for a vacation. The camel rides, beautiful folk dance performances, rides on hot air balloons, desert traveling, exotic wildlife, historical forts, wonderful handicraft at busy markets, etc. attract millions of travelers from all parts of the world. There are so many things to do in Rajasthan some of the best ones are listed below –

Enjoy the fun of dune bashing at the Thar Desert while taking a tour of royal sand dunes in a jeep. Here you can also enjoy the starlit sky and traditional folk dances along with colorful puppet shows and some of the most delicious authentic recipes; that will make you want to stay here for a longer time.

For adventure seekers, zip lining is a perfect thing to do. In this, you will have to zip across structures at forts and cliffs some places to experience this activity are Neemrana & Mehrangarh. One of the most amazing things to do on a family holiday in Rajasthan is visiting the camel breeding farms at Bikaner and enjoy camel rides while tasting the delicious ice-cream made from rich camel milk.

The wildlife lovers can enjoy safari rides while exploring sanctuaries such as Sariska Tiger Reserve, Keoladeo National Park, Ranthambore National Park. Other things to do in this state are pedaling across the streets of the pink city, enjoying a hot-air balloon ride with your spouse or a pony ride with kids at the Nakki Lake or one can even walk around in the city of lakes while lurking through some traditional and authentic streets.

Here summers are best for trekking, winters are ideal for desert safaris, monsoons offer the best boat rides; therefore visiting Rajasthan during any time of the year will provide you with a mesmerizing holiday experience at India’s most majestic state. You may wanna check super exciting tour packages only for Rajasthan

Delhi:

Delhi
Delhi

As old as time itself, Delhi, the vibrant capital of the Indian subcontinent is not just another city; it is a timeless saga waiting to unfold and be read chapter by chapter. Yes, that’s Delhi for you- compliant, cordial, and delightfully chaotic for ages.

Visit old Delhi where the new capital city and blends together to form a beautiful scenery; the place where everyone lives incongruity; the epitome of religious tolerance and secularism- Old Delhi awaits to embrace you with its warm hospitality.

Pay a visit to the legendary Jama Masjid, the formidable and grand Red Fort, and the peaceful sanctum of Seesganj Gurudwara as well. Also taste the mouth-watering cuisine, which is calling out for you from Chandni Chowk Streets.

Next, and also definitely visit the Rajiv Chowk for shopping literally economical. Next is the Qutub Minar, which has now become the symbol of Delhi. Near the Qutub Minar, there is the mesmerizing Mehrauli archaeological park, that is almost like a Tomorrow Land for history lovers. It showcases layers and layers of history, and it is so fascinating you’ll feel as if you have traveled back in time.

And even after visiting these things, you’d have just scratched the surface. Delhi has this and so much more to offer, you would feel like never going back.

Agra:

Agra
Agra

Agra has been immortalized ever since Shah Jahan, decided to give this city a symbol of eternal love- the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal is one of the seven wonders of the world.

The best time to visit the Taj is during a moonlit night when you can just bask in its timeless beauty and start daydreaming of the days of Shahjahan and Mumtaz’s eternal love.

Other than the Taj, Agra has other fascinating attractions such as Agra Fort Tomb of Itimad-ud-daulah- also known as the Baby Taj, and Akbar’s tomb.

A couple of hours from Agra lies the ghost city of Fatehpur Sikri, which was built by Akbar, and showcases some amazing examples of the grand Mughal architecture.

Himachal Pradesh:

Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh

The state of Himachal is blessed with abundant natural beauty and rustic colonial charm. Of course, we have a lot of touristy and beautiful hill stations like the endearing Kullu Manali, the enchanting Simla, and the fascinating Chamba and Dalhousie as well.

But other than that, this beautiful Indian state houses the quaint Dharamshala and McLeodganj known for its peaceful surroundings and cool crowd, and of course authentic Tibetan cuisines.

Another amazing place worth exploring in Himachal Pradesh is the Spiti Valley. It has breath-taking views, colorful scenery, and a lifetime worth of memories to offer.

Also, visit Kasauli for enchanting sunsets and sunrises, and to witness the tinge of the old-world colonial charm. Also, trekking trips and tents are one of the major key features of the hills of the Himachal that attract most of the tourists so a laid back vacation here would definitely make you forget all the worries of life, and you would go back relaxed and rejuvenated.

Also, pay a visit to Solan, famously known as ‘The mushroom city of India’, and ‘the City of Red Gold’ thanks to the abundant mushrooms and tomatoes that are grown here. It will welcome with its picturesque settings and delicious cuisines. Don’t give this dreamy place a miss!

It is a perfect blend of everything great, artistic, historical, and modern, and you would want to spend a lot of time here, or at least pay this place a visit one more time.

So, what are you waiting for? Your next travel is planned. Book your tickets and prepare yourself for an adventure of a lifetime with Top Indian Tour Operator.

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