Reasons to visit:

  1. Historical Ruins and Attractions

  2. Old Delhi vs New Delhi

  3. Essence of Modern India

  4. Shopping at its Best

  5. Excellent Starting Point for Exploring North India


​Reasons to Visit:

  1. Goa has amazing natural beauty, lots of lush green forests, clean water beaches and few white sand beaches in South region. Some must visit beaches are Anjuna -, Baga -, Clangute -, Candolim -, Sequirem - and Colva Beach.

  2. If you are foodie then you can eat lots of Sea Food and drink cheap alcohol everywhere you go in Goa. You should also try local alcohol Fenny made from Kaju and coconuts.

  3. If you like Adventure, then try your hands on water sports. Some of the water sports you can engage in are Para sailing,Water scooters, Banana boat ride, Dinghy sailing, Scuba diving or simple ride in a boat.


​Reasons to visit: 

  1. Pristine Beaches: Pondicherry is full of beautiful beaches where you can relax and soak up the sun.

  2. Picturesque French Quarter: While many nations have colonized Pondicherry, the French have left the biggest mark. This heritage is explored at the Puducherry Museum. Cobbled streets, bright mustard and white houses, boutiques, cafés, a promenade and seafront fill the French Quarter with a serene yet vibrant feel.

  3. Temples & Churches: The indigenous Tamil influence is still visible in other areas of the city, but most so in the many temples.

  4. The Delicious Food: Pondicherry is famous for its fusion cuisines born from an amalgamation of French and South Indian flavors.

  5. Exploring Auroville: Located just a few kilometres away from Pondicherry is the experimental township of Auroville. Inhabited by people from across the world, the “City of Dawn” is a fascinating destination that deserved more than a passing visit. 


​Reasons to visit:

  1. Wildlife & Bird-Watching: With more than 25 wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, Kerala is a perfect place to spot wild animals, migratory birds and raw nature while on a wildlife safari.

  2. The Spice, Coffee & Tea Plantations: Kerala offers picturesque vistas and delicious tastes.

  3. Rich Art & Cultural Heritage: Kerala has a well preserved art and cultural heritage, found around every corner.

  4. Rejuvenate & Relax: Kerala is the land of Ayurvedic treatments. ‘Ayur’ literally means ‘life’ and ‘Veda’ means science or knowledge. ‘Ayurveda’ means the ‘science of life’- it is one of the oldest forms of traditional medicine that has been practiced in India for thousands of years.

  5. Picture-Perfect Photo Opportunities: Kerala is brimming with diverse scenery and the sunsets are especially spectacular.

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