For foreigners, India is the world’s most colorful, cultural, loveable and spiritual country. The landscape of the county expands up in the north as an elegant windup in sparkling white sheet of snow, the frozen Himalayas; and in south Kerala with blooming green fields, beautiful and most absorbing beaches. Walk the streets of any city in India and you’ll find a person in you stepping with the people of great faiths, a multitude of castes and person non grata.
There are many astonishing sights to be seen and explored. IN the North India, there are the Himalayas. To the south there is a groveling Indian ocean. Towards the west there is Thar Desert, which is seventh largest desert in the world and lastly in the east is northeast India, which are considered as the most culturally diverse regions in the entire world.
As a foreigner, you can travel as you want in India. Be able to not spend too much on travel and not to compromise on your comfort level commute and stay though traveling is definitely add on, which will entice you as a tourist in Hindustan(India).
Delhi – The Capital of India
Delhi is also known as a Historical city of India. Aristocracy has been there in Delhi. Most of the travelers from the earth used to land in Delhi in India.Alongside with the royalty of the monumental architecture. The entire history of India seems to have been at this place. Amongst the many popular monuments in India, the Qutub Minar, Red fort and Humyanu’s Tomb are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Taj Mahal – The Symbol of Love (7th wonder of the world)
The famous Taj Mahal was built in 1632 by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his favorite wife, among many Mumtaz Mahal. Taj Mahal comprises white marble on the banks of Yamuna. The Taj Mahal was considered as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. Taj Mahal attracts almost 7-8 million visitors every year and in 2007 it was declared a winner of the 7 wonders of the world.
Jaisalmer–Arabian Nights’ Styled Vacation With Camel rides.
Jaisalmer is one of the popular international destinations in India. The top major attractions of Jaisalmer are the Jaisalmer Fort and Thar Desert. The Thar Desert attracts foreign travelers with luxurious desert camps, camel safari, fire dance, belly dance, etc. Some culture-enthusiasts love puppet shows a lot, night music performances, and other activities.
For romantic visitors, the chief attractions of Jaisalmer are the full moon night desert moon- light dinner, a boat ride on Gadi Sagar Lake.
Jaipur–The Royal Stay
One of the most preferred destination for tourists in India is Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort, Jantar Mantar, Nahargarh Fort,Jal Mahal, and many others.Many cultural lovers love an e-rickshaw for visiting the lanes of the city like Old Heritage route and ways, market routes. For unforgettable experiences and memories, foreign tourists used to prefer hot air ballooning, Amrapali antique jewelry museum. For relaxing, choose any of the bars for a wonderful evening.
Jodhpur–The Heritage Destination
Many other amazing activities also preferred by foreigners in Jodhpur like flying fox, exploring Desert Rock Park, souvenir shopping in the old markets of the city, and many others.
Jodhpur cuisine is well known for many desserts, and most of the foreigner travelers love Jodhpur desserts more than the desserts of Rajasthan. In and around Jodhpur, there are many attractions and heritage sites. If you are a rambler, take up a drive around Jodhpur to spot as many as hidden places you can explore
Ladakh–Explore Mountain Passes On A Bike
The most attractive place of Ladakh that foreigners love to enjoy is going over the mountain passes with a bike. Some of them prefer jeeps, but most of the tourists stick with bikes. There are many passes, each different monasteries, villages, valleys, glaciers, and much more. Foreigners are warm heartedly welcomed in monasteries to stay in the dorm, take part in ritual activities and enjoy a spiritual holiday. Ladakh is an iconic attraction both in India as well as in western countries’ especially among adventure travelers and eastern countries’ spiritual travelers.