India is a great place to explore for every type of traveller. You can visit historical monuments and learn about the culture, have an active holiday, visit wild animals in their natural habitat, or enjoy sampling the local cuisine to your heart’s content. Whatever interests you, a trip to India will provide you with incredible memories.


Explore Palaces and Forts

Rajasthan is a state in northern India and it is the best area to head to if you want to explore the majestic palaces and forts of the country. It is a fascinating region and you can learn more about the stunning architecture, the exciting history, and immerse yourself in these cultural treasures. There are six hill forts in the area that are UNESCO World Heritage sites and must be explored.

They are Chittorgarh Fort, Kumbhalgarh Fort, Ranthambore Fort, Jaisalmer Fort, Gagron Fort and Amber Fort. There are more than fifty palaces to explore in the region so it is best to do some research unless you have a lot of time. Jal Mahal, Rambagh Palace, and City Palace are all located in Jaipur and they are places that must be visited. Some of the palaces have even been converted into hotels so you can live like royalty on your journey.


Enjoy a Round of Golf

If you enjoy golfing holidays, but also want to spend some time immersing yourself in a new culture, then a golfing holiday in India could be the perfect solution for you. The Western Ghats Golf Club has been voted one of the best international golf courses in the world and it is in Aamby Valley, Pune.

This 18-hole course is British PGA approved and it is a beautiful and challenging course. There is also a PGA training academy where you can get helpful coaching that will improve your game.


Relax on Palm Lined Beaches

India has fabulous beaches on both the west and east coast for you to explore. Goa is a state on the south west coast and it is a great place to head for the beach, also don’t miss Goa’s flea markets. There are plenty of fabulous accommodations to stay in and the area has a party atmosphere.

Lakshadweep is a stunning archipelago off the coast of Kerala that is also really beautiful and quite quiet. On the east coast you can head to Puducherry, formerly Pondicherry, or are the Andaman Islands to relax on the beach.


Watch Tigers on a Safari

Tigers are an endangered species but India is working on ensuring that this majestic cat survives. There are more than 30 tiger sanctuaries that are located in different areas of the country. You can take 4 wheel drive safaris, explore the jungle on guided treks, or ride an elephant to search for these elusive animals. You will also get the chance to view wild boars, leopards, deer, wild elephants, large snakes, cranes, peacocks, and many different kinds of arachnids and insects.


Sample the Delicious Food

There are 29 different states in India, and there are many different languages that are spoken throughout the country. The diversity in the culture carries through to the food and you will find completely different food in the south than you do in the north. Ask around to find the best restaurants in the area or just watch the restaurants to see which ones the locals prefer. Biryani is a treat throughout the country and all visitors should try this rice dish.


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