5 Best 2019 Summer Holiday destinations in India

Hit the fireball of the sun in these summers and unwind the magical beauty of the country. India is blessed with the utmost beauty that is comprised of mountains, hills, beaches, forests, wildlife, etc that provides memorable vacations in the country. Scorch the high temperatures of summers and discover the hustle-bustle of the island-city like. The summers are arriving and you might be planning something very interesting. How about the idea of exploring India with friends or families in summers? It would be a great summer plan that will surely make your tour a memorable one in India. Here are some hand-picked destinations that are best for planning summer holidays in India 

Ladakh, an escape to nature 

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A dreamy destination, Ladakh is a hill wrap set an appealing contrast to the blue skies and lakes. Ladakh is famous for its popular Buddhist Monasteries of India that adds a vibrant hue to the peninsula. It is an ultimate getaway for friends as the town is bounded with the utmost beauty and natural ambiance.

Must visit places in Ladakh 

  • Hemis National Park
  • Khardung-La-Pass
  • Pangong Tso Lake
  • Zanskar Valley
  • Spituk Gompa

Nainital, the package of adventures 

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Nestled on the lap of Uttarakhand above the sea level, Nainital is the best place for a summer holiday in India. The magnificent hill station is often captured as a forestry valley located on a beautiful lake. Although the list of places to visit in Nainital is pretty long, the Naina Devi Temple and the Naini Lake attract the maximum number of visitors from all over the world.

Must visit places in Nainital 

  • Raj Bhavan
  • Naini Lake
  • Tiffin Top
  • Nainital Zoo
  • Naina Devi temple
  • Bhimtal

Khajjiar, a complete fantasy land 

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Khajjiar is a destination which is rightfully called the Switzerland of India. The town looks like a colorful saucer which is guarded by the dense forests of silver firs, oak, and devdar. A dreamy destination is a paradise of a small lake with lush green lands. Khajjiar is located near Dalhousie in order to appreciate its magical beauty you must choose a road trip to Khajjiar. It is a bulk of abandoned beauty which will surely make your tour a memorable one.

Must visit places in Khajjiar 

  • Khajjiar Lake
  • Dalhousie Khajjiar Road
  • Dalhousie Chamba Road
  • Khajji Nag Temple

Tawang, a yellow roof monastery 

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Tawang is a destination where the summers give in to the beauty of nature that cools down the sun. A small town in Arunachal Pradesh is located on the northeastern part of the country. The destination imposes 14th-century Buddhist Monastery which has been the most popular pilgrimage center of Tawang.

Must visit places in Tawang 

  • Tawang Monastery
  • Pankang Teng Tso Lake
  • Taktsang Gompa
  • Nuranang waterfalls
  • Gorichen Peak
  • Paradise Lake at sea pass

Ooty, a heavenly hill-station of South India 

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Ooty is also known as Udhgamandalam which is the capital city of Nilgiri district of South India. Ooty offers the paranormal views that soothe the eyes, mind, and soul. It is enclosed with manicured gardens, lush woodlands, shimmering lakes fringed with massive dams, and Nilgiri Mountain Railway tortuous through the hillocks that will surely leave your amazed.

Must visit places in Ooty 

  • Avalanche Lake
  • Ooty Lake
  • Emerald Lake
  • Ooty Botanical Garden
  • Doddabetta Park

Aforesaid is the list of 5 best summer holiday destinations in India that ensures your memorable and fascinating trip in India. For a much-needed break, you can add the above-mentioned places in your bucket list to have a great vacation in India. So, plan your Summer Holidays in India and get an escape from the heat of the sun.

Let’s play Holi 2019 in India

One of the major festivals of India, Holi is widely celebrated throughout the country with zeal and enthusiasm. The festival brings a unique charm in the atmosphere. Holi is the festival of colors which is filled with fun and unique excitement that can be seen in the crowd.

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The festival is celebrated in the month of spring, a season of joy and hope in March and this year Holi is on 20th March and 21st March. It is for two-day celebration the first day is known as “Choti Holi” or “Holika Dahan” and the second day is of Holi celebration. The vibrancy of colors can be seen in the air that brings rejoice and positivity in the lives. Each and every estate of India celebrates Holi in a different way and follows unique rituals. Here are some types of Holi which are celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm in a particular region that you must experience in the Holi India Tour.

Lathmar Holi in Uttar Pradesh 

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Holi with sticks isn’t it interesting. In Barsana region of Uttar Pradesh, Holi is celebrated with sticks. Women beat the man with a stick to play a prank or follow the ritual. It is the weirdest way of celebrating Holi festival in Mathura. Catch the sniggering women taking sheer pleasure in playing Holi with a stick in Banaras and nearby areas of Uttar Pradesh. Lathmar Holi takes place in the week before the Holi festival. In 2019, the Lathmar Holi is celebrated on 15th March. To experience the Lathmar Holi, Mathura and Vrindavan are the best places to enjoy the Holi festival in Uttar Pradesh.

Shantiniketan Holi in Bengal 

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The Holi festival in Bengal is known as Shantiniketan Holi. The festival starts with the famous Bengali poet of Rabindranath Tagore, the legend introduce the Basant Utsav to revive the ancient tradition. Till now this tradition is widely followed in the entire state. Students dress up in the colorful attire and put on extravagance for the visitors. Celebrate Holi in Bengal and enjoy the cultural tradition of the region which brings happiness and joy in the crowd.

Musical Holi of Delhi 

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The capital city of India, Delhi widely celebrates the festival with enthusiasm and zeal. People enjoy the music and dance while playing Holi. Lots of lip-smacking delights are made on the occasion of Holi in Delhi and other major parts of India. One can savor the unique Holi dishes like gujiya, bhang lassi, saffron rice, etc. Holy cow is the most happening attraction of festivals of Delhi. It is the festival where every music lover flocks in the festival of spring.

Holi with Royals in Jaipur 

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Celebrate Holi with royals in Jaipur and enjoy the tradition of Holi festival in the capital city of Rajasthan. The holi events feature with Rajasthani folk dance and music performance. In Jaipur, you will be able to found elephants parades, tug of war competition between elephants, beauty contest of elephants. Holi brings extra fun and excitement among the crowd which includes locals as well as international visitors.

Kapda fad Holi in Pushkar 

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On the eve of Choti Holi, a bonfire is conducted by the locals to which is known as Holika Dahan. The Holi festival in Pushkar makes the aura full of joy and love. People gather from different places to get the glimpses of Holi celebration in Pushkar. Pushkar is a small city of Rajasthan which is well-known for its divinity and Pushkar fair. In this, men’s play crazy pranks with the other people and enjoy the festival with zeal and enthusiasm.

These are some of the most popular Holi celebrations of India which are one of the must-experienced festivals of the country. You can plan your Holi Tour in India and enjoy the festival with locals. You can also savor the delicious taste of Holi cuisines which are specially made on this occasion. Get blend with the locals in Holi Tour Package and experience the vibrant cultures and traditions of this festival in different parts of the country.

10 Incredible facts about India that every international traveler must know

Are you aware of the fact that India was once an island which later collided with the Asian continent? Did you know that the Indian Empire was the richest one in history? Yes, there are many such things about India which you might not know or unheard. Here are 10 incredible facts about India that every International traveler must know –

01: India was an Island –

As mentioned above India was once an Island; to this note around 10 million years ago the land was a part of a supercontinent known as Gondwanaland. The island was 50 million years ago have a collision with Asia. Fossilized sea shells found in the mountains are evidence to it.

02: The second largest English speaking country –

More than 125 million English speakers are there in India, although the fact is that Hindi is the primary language of Indians. Other than Hindi and English, 5 other major languages widely spoken by 50 million people throughout the country are Marathi, Tamil, Bengali, Telugu, and Urdu.

03: Highest number of mosques –

More than 300,000 mosques are there in India, which is perhaps more than the number of the Islamic worlds. India resides the second highest Muslim population.

04: Still reside royal families –

There are still royal families living in some parts of India and enjoying the royal lifestyle. Some of the royal families are The Mewar Dynasty of Rajasthan, The royal families of Alsisar, The Gaekwads of Baroda in Gujarat, etc.

05: World’s largest religious gathering in fair –

Every year Kumbh Mela in India has the world’s largest devout gathering which is listed in the UNESCO’s Representative list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The fair is observed to be rotating in four religious places that are Haridwar on Ganga river, Nashik on Godavari River, Ujjain on the Shipra River, and Prayag on the union of Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati River.

06: Oldest colonized city in the world –

Varanasi was one of the inhabited cities in the world, which is believed to be found in 5000 years ago by Lord Shiva. Located on the bank of Ganga River, Varanasi is also known as “the holy city of India”, “the City of Lights”, “the City of Temples”, “the city of Learning”, and “the religious capital of India”.

07: The Largest population of Big Cats –

India has the largest population of Royal Bengal Tigers. Located in Karnataka, Bandipur National Park has the highest number of tigers which is approximately 408, Uttarakhand with 340 tigers, and Madhya Pradesh with 308.

08: Asia’s largest spice market –

Located in the nation’s capital, Khari Baori is the Asia’s largest wholesale spice market which you can explore in Golden Triangle India Tour. It is the most popular and searchable tour of India which is the best way to get introduced with countries richness.

09: The iconic Taj is a popular attraction –

The iconic architecture of Taj Mahal is the finest example of Mughal’s architectural style. The monument is widely popular for its magnificent white-marble structure. Taj Mahal is located in Agra also the pride of the country and it is a major attraction of Delhi Agra Jaipur Tour Package.

10: India resides color coded cities –

Rajasthan is the largest state of India and also known as the Land of Kings. Almost every city of Rajasthan is color coded like Jaipur is named as the Pink City of India, Jodhpur is the Blue City of India, Udaipur is the White City of India, Jhalawar is the Purple City of India, and Jaisalmer is the Golden City of India. All these cities are the most popular cities of Rajasthan Tour Package.

Best Places to visit in India in February 2019

To enjoy the last touch of winters, there are a few places that will make you fall in love with India. At some places, you will see winters saying goodbye while at some places still snow can be found. From hills to beaches and deserts to meadows, each place entices tourists to have a wonderful trip. Check out the following places which are the best to be explored in the month of February:

Agra

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To enjoy the Taj Mahal holiday, visit Agra which is blessed with history, architecture, beauty and UNESCO world heritage sites. Agra is not only about exploring the Taj Mahal, but there is also a lot more to enjoy here. To capture the stunning shots, visit the Taj Mahal during the sunrise/sunset. Explore the Agra Fort, Tomb of Itmad-ud-dulah and relish your taste buds with the Mughlai dishes.

Goa

February is an ideal time to spend the vacation as you can enjoy all the water sports and bask in the sun at the beaches during this time. If you don’t want to try out adventures, then party hard in the night and spend your vacation full of fun and enthusiasm.

Udaipur

This Valentine’s day, spend a romantic evening on the lake Pichola while enjoying the boat ride. The best things to do here are exploring the palaces, temples and lakes, all at one place under Rajasthan tour packages. Udaipur is one of the most romantic places in India so to get a spark in the relationship, there could not be any place better than Udaipur to enjoy your Valentine’s Day.

Varanasi

To feel the spiritualism, visit Varanasi, the holy city of India. Participate in the Aarti ceremony where you will be mesmerized to see the chanting mantras with ringing bells, making the atmosphere pious and spiritual all around. Enjoy the Boat Ride in the early morning at Assi Ghat. Visit the temples and spend some time at ghats. Experience an excursion to Sarnath to visit the museums and stupas.

So, this February, plan your trip any of the above places and have fun that will never end.

Top 6 Rajasthani dishes you must try in 2019

Rajasthan Cusines

Rajasthan is a perfect destination for food lovers, history lovers, shopaholics, because the state is a home of magnificent forts, stunning palaces, alluring architectural design, warm hospitality, glorious history, traditional dresses, handicrafts, textiles, etc. Rajsathani delicacies are widely famous for the great taste of Rajasthani spices, its mouth-watering taste will surely satisfy your taste bud. The appetizing blend of flavours of the dishes will completely dissolve in your mouth within its first bite. Rajasthani dishes are inspired by the Royal Rajput Kings (mainly non-vegetarians) and majority of population is vegetarians, so you can get the both veg and non-veg dishes in Rajasthan. Here are some of the most popular Rajasthani dishes that you must try in 2019 during your Rajasthan Tour Packages.

Dal Baati Churma

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The most popular Rajasthani dish, Dal Baati Churma is a must try a dish of Rajasthan. A complete meal includes dal which is the perfect blend of flavors of spices served hot with baati and churma. To have a perfect taste, dip battis into the daal and relish the flavors of the dish. You can have the best taste of the dish in Jaipur at Chokhi Dhani Village resort.

Laal Maas

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Red mutton is the most popular non-vegetarian dish of Rajasthan. The delicious and spicy laal maas is prepared in yogurt and hot spices which will surely leave you spellbound. Mutton is soaked in the tangy flavors along with ghee, adds the most wonderful taste to the dish. You can try this dish with the chapattis made of bajra, in a typical Rajasthani style.

Mohan Maas

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Another non-vegetarian dish of Rajasthan which includes meat, dry fruits, milk, and spices. The rich creamy gravy enhances the taste of meat and gives a unique flavor to the dish. Pair it up with parathas or steaming hot rice and savor the mouth-watering taste of Mohan Maas.

Gatte ki Sabji  

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Something delicious from vegetarians menu, Gatte ki sabji is one of the must-try delights of Rajasthan. Gatte ki sabji is made of the piquant curry of buttermilk and spices with gram flour dumplings, served hot in the plate along with chapattis gives the most delicious taste. It is one of the most popular dishes of Rajasthan which is loved by all.

Mawa Kachori

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For snacks there are various dishes to taste in Rajasthan such as pyaaz kachori, dal kachori, samosa and many more. The sweet version of kachori is mawa kachori which is the best crispy snack of Rajasthan. Mawa Kachoris of Rawat Mishthan Bhandar, Jaipur is widely famous for its delicious mouth-watering taste.

Ghewar

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The most popular dessert of Jaipur, Ghewar gives the mouth-watering taste once entered into the mouth. This sweet dish is particularly associated with the popular Teej Festival of Rajasthan. It is prepared with all-purpose flour which is soaked in sugar syrup, before serving it is decorated with dry fruits that give the delicious taste to it.

Rajasthani delicacies will surely be pleased by every food lover. So, while discovering the wonderful landscape of the royal state in Rajasthan Tour Packages, you must try these mouth-watering delights of Rajasthan.

Best ideas to enjoy Diwali 2018 in India

Within few days, Diwali is round the corner which is celebrated in all parts of India with full enthusiasm and fun. Wearing traditional attire, making rangoli designs, lighting diyas or lamps, variety of sweets and worshipping goddess laxmi are enjoyed everywhere in India. Though, it is not possible to catch the glimpses of every place during Diwali, thus we are mentioning few places where your Diwali celebration will be worth.

Mesmerizing views at Haridwar and Ganges

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Celebrating Diwali evening in Haridwar and Varanasi can be a good idea. As the sky get darker, people gather on ghats and floating diyas in the rivers. Witnessing thousands of diyas floating in a river will mesmerize you. The display of fireworks , aarti ceremony and chanting mantars add more ambience in the atmosphere.

Glittering views of Golden Temple of Amritsar

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The Golden Temple in Amritsar looks beautiful and charming when dressed with lighting. The temple is decorated beautifully with colorful lights. Sikh celebrates Bandi Chhor Divas on Diwali which commemorates the return of Guru Hargobind Ji from prison. People float diyas in the sarovar and one can feel the peaceful and spiritual ambience with the back ground of eco of Kirtan (prayer).

Eye-opening views at Mumbai

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Though there is nothing different in Mumbai from the other parts of country, but the eye-widening views of sky are worth watching. Fireworks in the sky will win away your hearts. The best place to catch the glimpses in Mumbai is Marine Drive where sky is flooded with glittering and sparkling fireworks.

Colorful Diwali in Jaipur

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Entire Jaipur is beautifully decorated with lighting and lamps. Especially, the walled city and shops are lighted in different styles and patterns. By booking Rajasthan Tour Package, explore the Shopping Exhibition where small and large shops are gathered at one place. There is a large number of items to choose for customers. There are several eateries, swings and activities for people to enjoy. Luck Draw, performances and shows also take place. This is also the best medium for SME to launch the products and reach the customers.  

Explore the Pandals and attend Kali Pooja in Kolkata

Kolkata celebrates Diwali by worshipping kali mata and performing pooja. Many huge and colorful pandals are made during the Navratra which are worth visiting.  A day before Diwlai, entire city is soaked into the candle lights, diyas and lamps to celebrate the beginning of this festival.

Celebrate Diwali with Indian Family

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To discover the Indian culture and traditions, you can also join the Diwali celebrations of any family and see how how they celebrate with fun and full of enthusiasm. Wear traditional attire just like you are wearing for any wedding. Women can wear saree and men can wear kurta pajama. During Diwali, its is better to experience homestay rather than staying at hotel to know and see the Indian culture closely.  You can also enjoy gift giving like chocolates and sweets to the people around you. In India, locals love to exchange gifts while wishing them Happy Diwali!

Shopping at Diwali Market of Delhi

Diwali is the best time to enjoy the shopping at the best discounted prices. Special Diwali fairs and markets are organized to attract tourists. Places like Dilli Haat, Dastkar festival, Diwali carnival can be visited within Delhi Sightseeing. You can also experience the Diwali mela at the Blind School and share the happiness with blind children. This is the most satisfying happiness that one can ever have.

In India, every part of India is full of lights, diyas and lamps. Floors are decorated with colorful patterns. Plan your trip to India during Diwali to see the culture closely.

Book your tours in India with the Trip Planner India and this Diwali have all the fun and enthusiasm during the celebrations.

Where can you enjoy Elephant ride in India Tours

Elephant ride is a unique and enthralling experience in itself which is overwhelming. The Elephant safari can be enjoyed in various wildlife parks, sanctuaries through the deep dense forests, valleys and rocky lands. The Elephant safari is a delight to the adventure lovers and the people who want to explore the wildlife from a closer view. You might wonder that where you can enjoy Elephant ride in India Tours then India is a diverse nation rich in bio-diversity with many places to enjoy the Elephant ride. Elephant safari is the most unique way to experience the jungle safari on the back of the Elephant. It offers one of the never before perspective to witness the breath taking picturesque vista be it the thick forest, deep valleys where the visitors get a chance to encounter the wildlife safari at a closer view. The experience of the Elephant safari cannot be matched or replicated with any other means of transport.

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The Elephant safaris are common in the jungles and the wildlife reserves in the areas of Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and the other areas of the North East Jungle. It is the best way to traverse through the rugged terrain that cannot be explored with the help of the jeep or any other means. Elephant is a giant marvel of nature and the bond between a human is something travelers must experience in a life time. With India trip planners enjoy the Elephant safari at the Kaziranga National Park is situated in the Golaghat of Assam. The Kaziranga National Park hosts two thirds of the world’s rare one horned rhinoceroses. Travelers can span this magnificent creature of nature in action from very close and understand the behavior of this calm beast. Elephant safari is the safest way to explore the remote areas of the jungle under the guidance of the trained tour guides. The place is rich in the bio-diversity where one can witness the herds of Elephant and rhinos. The Kaziranga National park is also home to Wild water buffalo and swamp deer. This park also has a good population of Bengal tigers and leopards. Wildlife lovers can also catch birds such as vultures, marsh babblers, Hodgson’s bushchat and old world warblers such as the bristled grassbird.

Embark on the wildlife safaris in the jungles of Kerala in the Chimmony wildlife which was established in 1984. It is situated near the western slopes of Nelliyampathi hills neighboring Peechi-Vazhani Wildlife sanctuary. This sanctuary is watered by Kurumali River and Mupliam River. The visitors can witness the exotic wildlife creatures like Tigers, Lions, Leopards, Jackals, Antelopes, Wild Boar and Sloth Bear. Travelers can also witness the variety of birds in this national park such as large hawk cuckoo, broad-billed roller and ashy minivet. The reports say that the half of the large mammal population is found Kerala are in Chimmony wildlife sanctuary only.  Travelers can also explore the tribal community area as well to witness the tribal life in Kerala with south India trip plan.

 

Amer Fort of Jaipur is situated on a hilltop overlooking Maota Lake offers a

rajasthan trip planunique Elephant ride from the lake to the premises of the Fort where the Elephants are brilliantly decorated with patterns and shiny clothes. This fort was solely built for war purpose by Sawai Jai Singh II with the blend of Mughal, European and Rajput style of architecture. For tourists who visit Jaipur for its marvelous heritage and cultural Rajasthan Tour, without elephant ride at Amer Fort, the Rajasthan Tour is considered as incomplete. This is the best way to experience the true royal treatment once which was a part of daily lives of maharaja’s with a short trip to Rajasthan.

Bandhavgarh National Park and Tiger reserve set amidst the Vindhyan Mountain which is home to many wildlife species apart from Tigers and other. One can enjoy the Tiger trail surrounded by a thick belt of greenery on the back of the Elephant which gives a unique and overwhelming experience. The other nature significance in India is Periyar National Park is officially a Tiger reserve but is known for its Elephant reserve.  One can book the tour from the best tour operators in Jaipur and can enjoy the activities conducted in the Periyar National Park. The park is rich in flora and fauna and the lush greenery all around gives the visitors a heavenly feeling. The tourist can feel them close to the nature in the lap of the nature. The bamboo raft riding and the trekking in the jungle is the major attraction of south India. Elephants in the south Indian culture are daily worshipped, fed and bathed and many temples have their own stable of Elephants.

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The other place to enjoy the Elephant ride is Corbett National Park one of the finest Tiger reserves is home to wide range of flora and faunas. One can easily track the Tiger trail from the top of the Elephant enjoying the closer view of the wildlife and dense forest. The oldest national park of India the Jim Corbett national park is famous for beautiful Bengal tigers and it was the first park to come under the Project tiger initiative in India. It is situated in the Nainital district of Uttrakhand on the sub Himalayan belt. It is one of the most visited wildlife national parks in India and people get to see amazing landscapes and diverse wildlife in Jim Corbett National Park. The dense deciduous forest of Jim Corbett has variety of trees such as sal, haldu, peepal, rohini and mango trees. This area is home to 110 tree species, 50 mammal species, 580 bird species and 35 reptile species and the temperature of this wildlife park is very soothing  and appropriate where one can enjoy elephant safari.

Elephant ride can be enjoyed in the Kanha National Park the largest national park of Madhya Pradesh which is one of the thickest populated Tiger reserves and the best places to watch Tigers, mammals, reptiles, and birds in actions which roam freely amidst the high dense concentration of Sal and Bamboo trees. The park is a treasure house of wide range of floras and faunas. Embark on India’s bio-diversity tour booked under the holiday packages for Rajasthan which can be customized as per the needs. The tour is the best tour for the wildlife enthusiasts and wildlife photographers.