India is a country for those tourists who want something more from travel than just the opportunity to lie on a sandy beach. Here you can touch one of the most ancient cultures in the world, feel an unprecedented spiritual uplift, get acquainted with a fundamentally different view of the world.
Travel to India is highly dependent on the time of year, as even the most attractive resort or ancient temple will not bring any pleasure during the rainy season. Therefore, it is better to visit this unique country during the period from late September to early June. It is worth starting your visit to India from the capital of this state - Delhi, where you can fully feel the ebullient rhythm of life of the metropolis, seasoned with national flavor. Many tourists are frightened off by the dense crowds and the noise of city streets, but keep in mind that Delhi has a huge number of interesting places and attractions that can be spent more than a week to see.
The famous "Golden Triangle", in addition to Delhi, also includes the cities of Agra and Jaipur. It is in Agra that the legendary Taj Mahal mausoleum is located, and tourists from all over the world flock to see it. A few kilometers from the tomb is the former residence of the Great Mughals - the Red Fort, included in the UNESCO heritage list. The distance from Delhi to Agra is only 200 kilometers, which is the easiest to travel by express.
As for Jaipur, which is often called the "pink city" because of the characteristic color of the buildings, it also has many attractions that attract travelers. Among them are the Palace of Winds, Amber Palace, Jantar-Mantar Observatory, and many others.
Travelers tired of running through hundreds of temples, palaces and museums are always welcome in the most tourist state of India - Goa, where you can enjoy relaxing on the seashore, swimming, and taste delicious seafood such as lobsters and lobsters. However, here you can also see sights, historical buildings and artifacts that have survived since the colonization of Goa by Portugal. In the same state, there is the second largest waterfall in India, Dudhsagar, which brings down a water stream from a height of six hundred meters. It is located on the territory of the reserve, where you can see representatives of the local exotic fauna.