Consisting of 8 states North East India has some real surprises for the travelers. Not so much established on the travelers map, yet the North Eastern India, has its own charm that will sweep you off your feet.
Ostensibly whimsical wandering lead the travellers to the northern destinations of India where there exists copious Himalayan Mountains, offbeat places,pilgrimage sites, famous cities and age-old sandstone creations.
Southern Part of India has witnessed many Dynasties and thus represents different Cultures. It is still untouched, green and pure. The delightful south; almost untouched by invasions throughout its history, the Indian heritage is more intact here than in other regions of the country.
Eastern Zone of India is rich in Cultural Heritage. You can have a taste of beaches, temples, monastries, buddhist circuit with a rural touch. In no time at all the stimulating bustle and heat of Calcutta is left far behind, opening out to the cool and luscious mountains of refreshing Darjeeling.
Central India tourism includes Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh and adjoining areas of Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan states tourist places. Madhya Pradesh tourism and Chhatisgarh tourism comprises good combination of Heritage, Pilgrimage, Wildlife and Tribal tourism.
West India Tourism. Western India comprises of the states of Goa, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and the union territory of Daman and Diu. Commercial Capital of India, Bombay (Mumbai), is in the western part of the country. This part also include the states like Goa and Gujarat in addition to Maharashtra.
Well, you should include islands of this country in your list along with other exciting places. Islands in India are scintillating with the sound of water crashing against rocks amidst the sublime climate.
The Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli lies near the western coast of India and consists of two separate parts. Of these, Dadra is surrounded by the state of Gujarat, and Nagar Haveli lies on the border of Maharashtra and Gujarat.
Neatly tucked along the western coast of India, Goa has several beaches and an over 300-year old Portuguese architectural heritage. Goa has characteristic colourful houses, lush green fields and a soothing languidness in the atmosphere.
A French colony till 1954, Puducherry (earlier Pondicherry) is a small Union territory in India that retains a distinctly French ambience and culture. It has a spiritual ambience, unspoilt stretch of beaches, and backwaters along with a surprising mix of cuisines.