Thursday, March 31, 2011

North India Tour with Taj Mahal and Tiger

North India tours are exceptional as the land that encompasses Northern region has it all-spirituality, natural diversity, traditions, history and an exceptional glimpse of India in its new form-as an upcoming force to reckon with. Some other exceptional plus points for planning a tour in this part of the country are as follows:
Tourist friendly destinations, many of which are extremely popular with foreigners.
Good tourism infrastructure including airports, roads and hotels.
Diverse tourist destinations that have plenty to offer to all kinds of tourists from spiritual and religious to historical and architecture loving people, or traditional and cultural tourists, not to forget the Adventure Tours and Wildlife Tours enthusiast.
What to expect?
When visiting the country and planning to make a choice of the destination with Erco Travels it is essential to understand what comprises of Northern India. This region lies mainly on the continental India that has towards north the Himalayas, to its west the Thar desert and Vindhya mountains in the south. The most dominating feature of the region is the Indo-Gangetic plains.
Needless to mention then that the area is famous for some of the most visited tourist destinations of which Taj Mahal and Corbett, as well as Ranthambore are the most predominant ones.
How to reach?
The most convenient International airport to reach all these places is that of Delhi as Delhi is centrally placed and from there these destinations are very convenient to visit.
The destinations:
The Corbett National Park renowned for its Tigers and Elephants was established in 1936 along the banks of the Ramganga River. This also happens to be countrys first National Park, which is now looked after under countrys prestigious Project Tiger project since 1973.
The national park is situated in Nainital district of Uttarakhand and is the abode of some of the endangered species. Placed in the foothills of the Himalayas, it boasts of a total area of 500 km out of which 350 km is the core reserve. For wildlife lovers this place is a heaven and a must-have in their itinerary to visit.
Ranthambhore National Park: This park is unlike Corbett Adventure and much smaller in area spanning across 400 km . There was a time when this park boasted of a healthy head count of Tigers , but has been recently more in news owing to the lack of the majestic cat than the presence of it. Situated near the small town of Sawai Madhopur, this park is also well-connected with Delhi and has fairly decent boarding and lodging choices.
Taj Mahal : Just few hours drive to this monument of love is always a memorable experience for all. This monument was constructed by Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his wife Mumtaz who died while giving birth to their child. Distraught by this loss, the Emperor build this monument to make their love for each other eternal.
All these Northern region destinations require almost seven days of comfortable travel and are extremely varied in terms of what they offer. However, what is almost certain is that these seven days of tourists life always become an unforgettable experience of their life. Any takers?

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