India is one of those places that at some time makes it onto every traveler's bucket list because of how deeply traditional it is while also never ceasing to surprise. They might have fantasies about visiting Agra to see the Taj Mahal in all its splendour or touring the other royal palaces dotted across Rajasthan. Others are drawn to Goa's picture-perfect beaches or the breathtaking scenery in Darjeeling and Rishikesh. There are also the major cities of India, like New Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata, each of which has a unique personality. Exploring the temples, shops, and vibrant streets of India's largest cities is never boring. Choosing just what to visit while travelling through India is the most difficult portion of the trip
If you want a traditional beach holiday, head to India's Andaman Islands. You may enjoy the turquoise seas of the Andaman Sea, pastel-hued sunsets, powder-white sand beaches lined with coconut palms, and tangled forest views. There is no way a postcard could do justice to the majesty of this breathtaking location. Those who desire to visit one of the few dozen islands that are accessible to tourists may have difficulties due to its extremely remote location, which is closer to Indonesia than to mainland India. A domestic flight will be necessary from a large Indian city like Chennai, New Delhi, or Mumbai. Otherwise, you may risk taking one of the lengthy ferries across the Bay of Bengal. But sometimes the payoff is well worth the effort. You'll witness rare birds and get the opportunity to see thriving coral reefs while having virtually exclusive access to some of India's best beaches. People who love culture and history will also enjoy exploring the slowly disappearing Victorian British ruins on Ross Island.
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