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India is the land of exotic, mystic and fantasy! The world's second fastest growing economy, and culturally rich region of Indian Subcontinent, has lots to offer when it comes to traveling, holidaying and adventure experiences. India adopted and assimilated multiple classes of cultures and lifestyles over the time, creating an intoxicating cultural cocktail for the modern travelers. The authentic taste of India lies in its ancient history, geography, historical monuments, arts and cuisines. The magic here is such that some left with reminiscence and others remained here forever. Traveling in India offers varying geography; mountains and alpine forests in the far north, Sistine waterfalls and charm valleys of Kashmir, desolate and vast desert of Thar, beautiful coastal beaches of Goa, tropical lowlands of Bengal and its freely prowling Royal Bengal tigers, exotic country sides of the south and the great historical cities of Delhi, Agra, Rajasthan, Patna and so on. It provides tranquility for anyone looking for a great holidaying experience. Every corner of the country offers a completely different experience, try giving it a Shot? From the spicy cuisines of North India to more of a simpler dine of Southern India; the flavor differs in every region. Shaped from numerous historical invasions and cultural transitions throughout the history, India accumulated flavors of different landscapes and cultures over the time. Yet another facet of its culture is observed in the colorful tribal regions of the north eastern states of Nagaland, Mizoram, Tripura and Manipur with their native culture. Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Christianity and Islam, all exist and mingle in this region of Great Indian Subcontinent.

Sikkim Darjeeling Tour

If we are looking for a tour in the paradise of Indian Himalayas, look no further - join Nepal Holiday Trek and Expedition's Sikkim and Darjeeling Tour in the lap of world's third highest mountain Mt. Kangchendzonga (8586m).

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Ladakh and Dharmashala Trek

The land of high pass- is including Khardong La at an altitude of 5400m, the trans-Himalayan zone, which marks the boundary between the peaks of the western Himalaya and the vast Tibetan plateau.

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