INDIA

India – a country that never ceases to amaze! From the bustling streets of Delhi to the serene beaches of Goa, the diversity of this country is mind-boggling. Did you know that India is the seventh-largest country in the world by area and the second-most populous country? Yep, that’s right – with over 1.3 billion people, India is a melting pot of cultures, religions, traditions and languages.

But that’s not all! India is also home to one of the world’s most iconic structures – the Taj Mahal. This ivory-white mausoleum located in the city of Agra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and attracts millions of tourists every year. Plus, India is also famous for its delicious food – from the spicy curries in the north to the lip-smacking dosas in the south, Indian cuisine is a treat for your taste buds.

There’s so much more to discover about this vibrant country – its rich history, its colourful festivals, its breathtaking landscapes, and so on.

Solo Trip to Elephanta Caves, Mumbai

MUMBAI’S ELEPHANTA CAVES

MUMBAI’S ELEPHANTA CAVES Elephanta Caves, a collection of 7 ornately-sculpted caves on Elephanta Island (Gharapuri) near Mumbai, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that anyone in and around Mumbai can visit on a whim. But it is a crowd-puller for foreigners and Indians from other regions alike. The 5 Hindu and 2 Buddhist Caves of

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Riveting Almora in Uttarakhand

UTTARAKHAND’S RIVETING ALMORA

UTTARAKHAND’S RIVETING ALMORA Uttarakhand is littered with little towns, hamlets and villages of phenomenal natural beauty. But the horse-shoe shaped Almora, with her breath-taking views of the snow-capped Himalayas, forests with minimal human interference and a plethora of tourist attractions, takes one of the top tourist spots in the state. Almora especially appeals to adventure

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