North India is home to some of the most spectacular sights in the entire country. From the snow-capped peaks of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, to the mesmerizing ruins of Red Fort and Qutub Minar in Delhi, this region has it all.
This North India tour package will take you on a journey to some of the most captivating places in this part of India. From experiencing the culture and traditions at Rajasthan’s palaces to exploring hidden temples in Uttar Pradesh, and from trekking through untouched hill stations like Himachal Pradesh to soaking in the beauty of Dal Lake in Kashmir; this tour has everything that you would want to see while visiting this corner of India.
Dates for your diary
While visiting the north of India, keep the following dates in mind. June: While June is the beginning of the monsoon season in the north, it is also the month when the weather is pleasant, and the landscapes are lush and green. Perfect for exploring the lush landscapes of the north! October: If you want to explore the colourful culture of North India, October is a great time to visit this part of India. December: If you are one of those who loves snowfall, then December is a great month to visit the Himalayan towns of the north.
Delhi: A walk down the memory lane
The first stop on this tour is the capital city of Delhi. The city is a walk down the memory lane of various old cultures and traditions that have existed for centuries. From the famous Red Fort to the imposing Jama Masjid, Delhi is host to some of the most iconic monuments in the country. You can also explore the lesser known and yet equally amazing places like the Qutub Minar and Humayun’s Tomb while in Delhi. Be sure to visit the museums like the National Gallery of Modern Art and the National Museum to learn more about the cultural richness of Delhi. Delhi is also home to some of the best restaurants in the country and is a great place to try and explore some of the typical Indian cuisines. You can also try out some of the international cuisines like Italian, Chinese, and Japanese when in Delhi.
Agra: The home of Taj Mahal
Next, head to Agra, the home of the iconic Taj Mahal. Apart from the iconic mausoleum, there is also the Agra Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is also worth a visit. You can also explore the famous Itmad-ud-Daulah’s Tomb, known for its architectural beauty. While in Agra, don’t forget to explore the lively and vibrant local markets. You can also visit the Sikandra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Naulakha Bagh, home of the original Peacock throne. Be sure to try out some authentic North Indian cuisines while in Agra. Delicious dishes like Dal Makhani, Makki ki Roti, and Malai Gosht are a must-eat when in Agra.
Varanasi: The spiritual capital of India
Next, head to Varanasi, the spiritual capital of India. While in Varanasi, you can also visit the Sarnath, the site where Buddha gave his first sermon after attaining enlightenment. While in Varanasi, be sure to try the famous Banarasi Bhath and the Ganges Boat ride. While in Varanasi, you can also visit the Sarnath, the site where Buddha gave his first sermon after attaining enlightenment. You can also visit the Gyanvyapi, where Buddha delivered his first sermon. While in Varanasi, be sure to try the famous Banarasi Bhath and the Ganges Boat ride.
Jaipur: The city of colour and art
Next, head to the vibrant city of Jaipur. This is one of the most colourful cities of North India, the perfect place to explore the vibrant culture of this region. You can also visit the Amber Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Nahargarh Fort, a great place to capture the sunset. Jaipur also has some incredible museums that are worth visiting like the Indian Museum, the Jayalalitha Palace Museum, and the Albert Hall Museum. Be sure to visit the colourful and vibrant local markets while in Jaipur. While in Jaipur, don’t forget to savour the authentic local cuisines like Dal Bafla, Ghewar, and Lassi.
Coorg: A breath of fresh air
Next, head to Coorg, one of the most beautiful and lush places in the entire region. Coorg is a place that is a must visit for every traveller to North India. You can also visit the famous Nagarhole National Park, a great place for wildlife lovers, and the Brahmagiri Wildlife Sanctuary, a great place to enjoy the flora and fauna. While in Coorg, you can also visit the Pushpagiri Temple and the Dharmasthala Temple. Be sure to indulge in some coffee while in Coorg. While in Coorg, you can also visit the Pushpagiri Temple and the Dharmasthala Temple. You can also indulge in some coffee while in Coorg.
North India is one of the most colourful and vibrant regions in the entire country. This region has a lot to offer to its travellers and tourists. North India is a perfect place to visit all throughout the year because the weather is moderate and it has two different monsoons. This tour is perfect for people who want to explore the various cultures, traditions, and landscapes of this part of India.