The land of Diversities - A Traveler’s Delight for all Seasons

The second most populous, the seventh-largest nation, the largest democracy in the world – that’s India, also referred to as Bharat or Hindustan.

“Atithi Devo Bhava’ is in the heart and soul of all Indians. Yes, that’s the beauty of India – for all Indians, amongst all the places on this earth, we believe ‘Guest is God’.

With a rich legacy and a plethora of varied attractions, the nation is one of the most sought-after traveler goals on this planet. There are myriad attractions that cannot be missed on a travel tour by any Indian or a foreign tourist. Preparing a tour package is actually a very daunting task for any destination management company, DMC for India. But with so much experience of veterans in our company & young innovative staff as well we curate best holidays in India. 

The whole landscape of the country, encompassing the snow-capped Himalayan range in the North to the tropical rainforests and backwaters in the South, from the natural forests, mighty Brahmaputra and the tea gardens in the East to the deserts and gulfs in the West, India is indeed a treasure trove of magnificent geological elements, along with a rich cultural heritage.

Come, let’s delve into this beautiful country

Climate in India

The Himalayan range has given India a remarkable climatic variation. This mighty range acts as a barrier to the cold winds that blow from the north, leading to changes in the climate at periodic intervals in varied regions.

India, with its enormous territory, variegated topography, encounters practically diverse climatic conditions, ranging from hot and dry in the west to warm and humid in the South.

While the North has extreme cold conditions to moderate climate, the eastern part of India is characterized by a combination of cold, cloudy and sunny seasons.

Landlocked Central India has a composite climate.

The different climatic conditions have also paved the way for making India a vast biological system for thousands of rare varieties of herbs, plants, and animals.

Of course, this makes an additional advantage for all Indian Tour Operators to be functional in all the 365 days in a year & serve our clients India as whole year destination.

People of India

With a population of more than 135 crores, this nation is a wonderful colourful palette displaying a distinctive absorption of the people, the varied ethnic groups portraying varied cultures, traditions, religions, languages, including their clothes and food habits.

There is so much of diversity in every aspect of India’s population that this becomes one major factor to make the country different from the rest. With 35 different states and union territories, 22 languages are prevalent in the country, though the nation is proud to have more than 19500 regional dialects, which are spoken by different tribal and ethnic groups. India’s ethnic composition is a diverse one, being home to thousands of small ethnic and tribal groups. This depicts the multilingual nature of India. India being a secular country, there is religious diversity as well.

Right from the food they eat to the traditional clothes they wear, there is diversity in the lifestyle, values and beliefs of the people of the country. The varied hues of culture, race, language, religion form the varied ethnic groups of the country. All these variations do lend harmony and beauty to India, while all these ethnicity and diversities do maintain their own entity.

  • Golden Triangle
  • Kerala
  • Rajasthan
  • Leh, Ladakh
  • Varanasi
  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Mumbai & Aurangabad
  • Kolkata
  • North East India

India’s Golden Triangle is the famous traveller route covering Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, with around 200 km distance between each city. The route has been rightly referred as a triangle because the three places when plotted on the map, looks almost like an equilateral triangle. Golden Triangle is the perfect introduction to India for any Tour Operator for India.

Be it a short trip or a long itinerary, be it for a relaxing holiday or an adventure stay, Golden Triangle tour packages should be a big “YES” for any foreign tourist visiting to India or for any travel buff. So, what do you get to see here? Lutyens Delhi, the capital city of India, the colourful pink city Jaipur in Rajasthan and the historical Mughal city Agra, encompassing majestic mosques, historical monuments, bustling markets, scenic beauty, tasty delicacies, traditional handicrafts – and many more attractions. And, yes, you can also opt for special Taj Mahal tour packages for enjoying the breathtaking beauty of the world’s one of the seven wonders.

Kerala in the southern part of India is a state filled with everything that any traveller desires. Be it the scenic beauty of nature or the history, culture, art or the authentic South Indian cuisines, God’s own country has everything to offer. While you can enjoy the coastline along the Arabian Sea, which is almost a 600-km stretch, you can also have relaxing moments on the palm-lined beaches, not to forget the tea gardens, the wildlife forest reserves, the hill stations, and a vibrant rural life.

So, when you choose Kerala tour packages, make sure that Indian Tour Operator gives you a chance to see everything. Some prominent tourist places worth visiting are

  • Alleppey, the ‘Backwater Capital of India’
  • Wayanad, basking in the lap of the Western Ghats
  • Cochin, the port city, referred as the ‘Queen of the Arabian Sea’
  • Munnar, the gorgeous hill station, amidst the tea gardens
  • Kumarakom, another enchanting backwater destination
  • Kovalam, one of the best known quaint beaches in the country
  • Thekkady, the ‘Spice Capital of Kerala’
  • Kollam, having its own charm and appeal as a beach
  • Kozhikode, a metropolis with historical landmarks, and so on

And yes, when you visit Kerala, don’t forget to pamper yourself with a rejuvenating Ayurvedic therapy at any resorts out there.

Rajasthan really is the crowning jewel of India: a fabulous realm of maharajas, ornate and richly decorated palaces, luxurious hotels, mighty medieval forts, the sand dunes of the Thar Desert, a kaleidoscope of colors and festivals, and India’s most iconic big cat, the tiger.

Located in northern India, bordering Pakistan, Rajasthan is India’s largest, most recognizable and celebrated state. The history of Rajasthan dates back several thousand years, and it is believed the Aryans settled here in around 2000 BC. The medieval history tells a story of the thriving Rajput dynasty, who ruled from 9th century until 1526, when the Mughal dynasty was established following a blood-spattered battle between the Rajput chiefs and the Mughals. From the mid-16th century onwards, the Mughals were the undisputed rulers of northern India. The remnants of an ancient past, a combination of Rajput and Mughal influences, is reflected even today in the historical and architectural landscape of the state.

Ladakh is a destination that can tempt any wanderer to forget the rest of the world. Cradled in the lap of the mighty Himalayas, a visit to this paradise on earth is a must. There will a great adrenaline rush for any visitors, visiting this northern part of India.

Be it for honeymooning or just for leisure, be it for history or just for the love of nature, any DMC for India includes Leh-Ladakh as a premium travel destination. And, yes, every Indian tour operator promises an experience of one of its own kind to all its tourists, Ladakh being a mystical place.

So, when you plan for Ladakh tour package, make sure you get a chance to see the following:

  • Pangong or Pangong Tso Lake, a landlocked lake , the colour of which changes time to time from azure to light blue to green and sometimes grey
  • The Leh Palace, the 17th century old royal palace, overlooking the surrounding Zanskar mountain with a fleeting view of the capital city Leh
  • Magnetic Hill, on the Leh-Kargil highway, and as the name suggests, the vehicles defy the force of gravity while moving upwards on the hill.
  • The Chadar Trek is a must for an adventurous person as it is considered as one of the challenging treks in India and popularly referred as the Frozen River Expedition by India tour packages.
  • The bewitching Zanskar Valley, which is a semi-desert area in Ladakh surrounded by snow-capped mountains

One of the seven holy cities of India, a spiritual and pilgrim centre, located on the western side of the holy river Ganges, Varanasi is a religious hub in the country in the state of Uttar Pradesh. 

For a hassle-free travel experience, if you are planning to visit Varanasi for spiritual awakening or just for relaxing, make sure that your Indian tour operator includes the following attractions in Varanasi tour packages.

  • Ghats tour – Assi Ghat , Dashashwamedh Ghat, Shivala Ghat, Ahilyabai Ghat, Rana Mahal Ghat, Panchganga Ghat, Kedar Ghat, Manmandir Ghat – Each ghat has its own purpose and unique charm
  • Temple Tour – Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Tulsi Manas Temple, Durga Temple, Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple, Nepali Temple, Sita Samahit Sthal, Tibetan Temple etc. Like the ghats, all these temples also have their unique historical origin
  • Heritage walk tour- You can also opt for heritage walks and see the Gyan Vapi Well – the well of knowledge, Ramnagar Fort & Museum, Bharat Kala Bhavan Museum, Man Mandir Observatory, Sarnath – the popular historical ruin
  • For fun purposes, travellers can go for boat rides in Ganges, Ashram tour in Varanasi,  and also Shri Gandhi Ashram Khadi Bhandar for natural Products, and so on.

From exciting wild wildernesses to quiet places of spiritualism, from heritage to adventure, and everything in between, Madhya Pradesh in Central India offers diverse experiences for a traveller. A DMC for India has to plan for its loyal customers, Madhya Pradesh tour packages, in such a way that travel freaks do not miss out the exciting stuff offered by the state.

Some of the most popular tourist places which are a must visit in the state are:

  • Mandu is an ancient fort city, with the floating Jahaz Mahal, which looks like a sailing ship.
  • There is Orcha, the historic town, with its original grandeur and some of the most fascinating temples and palaces
  • Sanchi, UNESCO has given the status of ‘World Heritage Site’ to Sanchi stupa here, in addition to other numerous stupas, temples, monasteries, including Ashokan pillar.
  • You will never forget the spiritual charm of Ujjain with lot many glorious temples
  • There is Jabalpur, with its imperial history and bountiful nature for a fun, adventurous trip.
  • Kanha National Park is the home to the majestic royal Bengal tigers, besides home to leopards, wild dogs and Barasingha. A safari in Kanha is a must
  • Gwalior is best known for its hilltop fort, described as ‘the pearl amongst fortresses in India’.

Indian Tour Operator also includes Indore, the state’s largest city, and other places like Burhanpur, Chitrakoot, Maheshwar in Madhya Pradesh Tour Packages.

Tamil Nadu in the Southern part of India is known for its extremely rich culture and heritage. From the magnificent temples to spell-bound wildlife, from mesmerizing hill stations to exotic beaches, this state is a traveller’s paradise. For any Tamil Nadu Tour Packages offered by Tour Operator for India, tourists should definitely check out the following places in Tamil Nadu:


  • Queen of hill stations, one of the best hill stations in India, Ooty.
  • Madurai, with the spectacular Meenakshi Temple, one of the most famous pilgrimage destinations in India
  • Chenna the ‘Cultural Capital of India’, also the capital city, popular for its beaches, temples, museums, parks, and many historical areas
  • In Tamil Nadu Tour Packages, Tiruchirappalli, the city of several historical monuments and temples
  • Kanyakumari, the Southern tip of India is a place of great natural beauty, along with attractions like Vivekananda Rock Memorial, Gandhi Memorial, Kumariamman Temple.
  • One of the UNESCO heritage site in Tamil Nadu is Mahabalipuram
  • Last but not the least, there is Kanchipuram, known for its temples and hand woven silk sarees

Mumbai is not limited to Bollywood and entertainment only. If you are a history lover, Mumbai city along with its neighbouring city Aurangabad offers you some of the most popular historical sites in the country. Travellers visiting to Mumbai should not miss out an exciting Mumbai Aurangabad Tour Package offered by many tour operators for India.


A DMC for India includes usually 4- to 5-days package tour for Mumbai and Aurangabad Tour. The first 2-3 days, you spend in Mumbai and the remaining days in Aurangabad.  In Mumbai, your tour includes the visit to the Gateway of India – a 20th-century architectural monument, the Prince of Wales Museum, the Gandhi Museum – Mahatma Gandhi’s Mumbai house, Nariman Point. You can enjoy the scenic views of Marine Drive, the hanging gardens, not to forget the film city and the attractive bungalow of Bollywood stars. Plus the exciting night life of this vibrant city is never to be missed.

In Aurangabad, you get a chance to explore the two UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Ellora Caves and the Ajanta Caves, known for paintings and sculptures that display religious harmony in India, dedicated to Brahmanism, Jainism, and Buddhism.

Kolkata – the Capital city of West Bengal, being referred as The ‘City of Joy’, engulfed with art & culture, ancient history, and socio-cultural activities. The city appeals to all tourists with a variety of interests to look forward to. Kolkata Tour Packages by Tour Operator for India include the following the sought-after tourist spots in the city.

  • When you are in Kolkata, the beautiful while marbled museum Victoria Memorial Hall in a sprawling green garden is worth a visit for its assortment of Victoria memorabilia and British Raj paintings.
  • Kalighat Kali Temple, dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali is for all pilgrim lovers.
  • There is the Academy of Fine Arts, for the art lovers – one of the finest art galleries of the country.
  • The Alipore Zoological Garden remains an all-time favourite for children and adults both
  • For science freak people, there is the Birla planetarium, a science laboratory where you get a kaleidoscopic view of the planets and stars in the sky.
  • Aquatica, the best water park in East India and the Eco-Park, the biggest so far in India are other exciting spots to visit.
  • Other attractions include the Vivekananda Setu, the delicacies of Kolkata, the sweets and sandesh, and of course Rabindra Sangeet and other folk arts.

The most unexplored region of the country is the North East India, comprising the seven sisters or states – Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, and Tripura and one brother state, Sikkim.

In recent time, the region is slowly gaining prominence due to various attractive North East India tour packages. A region of pristine beauty, undulating hills, the longest river, luxuriant green covers, one-horned rhinos and various exotic flora and fauna, a visit to North East part of Indian should be in your travel diary.

Some noteworthy travel highlights for this region are –

  • The world’s largest river island Majuli and the world’s smallest island Umananda are in Assam. The Kaziranga National Park with the one-horned rhinos, the beautiful tea gardens, popular temples like as Kamakhya temple, Ahom monuments, the oil refineries, Dhola-Sadiya, the longest bridge of the country, to name a few, are popular tourist spots in the state.
  • Arunachal Pradesh, the state in which the sun rises first in the country, is known as the land of the rising sun. 
  • In Meghalaya, you have to visit Shillong, the capital city, which is also referred as “Scotland of the East”, Mawlynnong, the cleanest village in Asia, Cherrapunjee, which holds the world record for the maximum rainfall in a year, Mawsynram, the wettest place on Earth
  • Sikkim is the only organic state of India
  • All other NE states in India is a home to a number of tourist attractions with its panoramic landscapes, cultural diversity, festivals, foods, dresses and traditions, which definitely enhance the charm of this region.