Why North India is Popular among International Travellers?
Travelling North India
North India tours are most famous for
the Golden Triangle consisting of Agra, Delhi and tourist destinations of Rajasthan.
These three places attract a maximum number of tourists each year as Taj Mahal at Agra is one of the major attraction amongst the tour. Apart from that North India is a vast land of hundreds of tourist attractions that offer glimpses of an affluent cultural heritage of India. It leaves the tourists enchanted and mesmerized with its scenic beauty, wildlife attractions like tiger reserves and not to forget the immemorial Taj Mahal.
Apart from the royal architectures and monuments from the Mughal kingdom, the North Indian tourist attractions also include fairs and festivals of the northern regions that are unique in the own accord. Pushkar fair held in November each year at the holy town of Pushkar, 11 km away from Ajmer attracts thousands of tourists each year. The scintillating lamps on the Pushkar lake leave the international tourists gaping at the beauty of it.
The overall extremely thrilling and unique that makes it stand apart from all the fairs around the world. North Indian states also celebrate the festival of harvest – Lohri or Dusshera - the festival of victory of good over the bad with utmost enthusiasm and vigor. Each of these fairs or festivals is marked with innumerable processions, celebrations, dance, music, competitions, etc. Some of the popular festivals and fairs of North India are Pushkar Fair, Kumbh Mela, Urs at Ajmer Sharif, Janmashtami, Holi, Diwali, Dussehra, Desert Festival, Taj Mahotsav and many more.
Delhi speaks volumes about the rule of Mughal emperors and bears great historical monuments built during their era. On the other hand, Rajasthan flaunts its wealthy heritage of forts and palaces that proudly showcases the affluent past of Hindu rulers of various regions in the state of Rajasthan.
The complete North India tour gives international tourist an opportunity to not only experience history and culture but also the picturesque beauty of National Parks, Tiger reserves, bird sanctuaries and more. Sariska National Park, Ranthambore National Park, Bharatpur bird sanctuary are some of the popular tourist destinations for overseas visitors. Desert Safari or the Camel Safari is an experience of the lifetime. Tourists from all over the world visit the extreme villages of Rajasthan on a camelback exploring the Thar Desert. They spend the night under the starlit night around the bonfire with Rajasthani folk dances and music.