India has reopened its borders

A trip to India is a unique experience, in itself, that makes everyone reflect on their own situation. With many colors, smells and tastes, this country offers a total experience and change of scenery, especially for Western tourists.

India’s millennial culture is based on spirituality, friendliness, sharing and benevolence. During a trip to India, the eyes of the traveler will also be able to observe various aspects of the country, namely diversity and plurality, fondness and tolerance, modesty and humility, but also a thousand contrasts and forms of excellence.

The colonial architecture is very impressive there. Between Hindu temples, Buddhist caves and magnificent palaces, all these elements will allow tourists to be transported into the past and history of the country. While the beaches in the south will delight beach lovers, the mountains in the north will entice hiking lovers.

The famous Ayurvedaancestral medicine, considered the oldest holistic medicine in the world, brings harmony, serenity and well-being to anyone who wishes to practice and adopt it.

Moreover, we were not aware that India is home to any of the Wonders of the Worldthat is famous and luxurious Taj Mahal. This one is a must on any trip to the Sub-Continent, as are these other destinations:

The second most visited site in India, the Mysore Palace very good. Dating from the 14th century, this building was the royal residence of the Wodeyar dynasty and the center of the Mysore kingdom.

A coastal city in the southeast of the country, Pondicherry was a former French colony and is now prosperous thanks to its port activities and its cotton and silk factories.

that Jim Corbett National Park invites travelers to escape away from the hustle and bustle of the country’s urban areas. By going to this park, they will have the opportunity to admire the incredible wildlife, as well as the Tiger Project. Built in 1936, it is the oldest national park in India.

Finally, Ganga considered the holiest of the seven rivers. More than three thousand kilometers in length, the Ganges River offers unique beauty and biodiversity.

Cheryl Tenny

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