All India Tour which covers most of the important and famous places in India.
Alappuzha, or Alleppey, as the world has come to call, is the land cradled amidst the glorious backwaters of southern India. Alleppey proudly wears the title of ‘‘Venice of the East”, which is more than justified by its web of rivers, interspersed with meandering canals. The bustling city is a mix of colonial buildings, surrounded by rice fields. Apart from being a merchant gateway, it is also historically prominent for its classical literature and cultural exchanges with the west. However, backwater tourism remains the main attraction here, with houseboats flocking the many waterways and channels. Alleppey is well connected by road, rail, and air. While Cochin International Airport is 78 km away, the district has its own railhead too. The waterways make for conveyance too, as an SWTD (State Water Transport Department) boat jetty rests just opposite the bus station.
Kovalam is a beach town situated along the Arabian Sea in Trivandrum city, within the state of Kerala. This small fishing village was made popular by the hippies of the seventies, on their way to Ceylon. The 17 km coastline is especially popular among foreign tourists due to the shallow waters and low tides that make for ideal swimming and surfing conditions. The beaches are surrounded by a rocky cape abundant in coconut trees that bend down to kiss the golden sand. Kovalam is well connected by rail, road, and air. The nearest airport to Kovalam is Trivandrum International Airport, while Trivandrum Central is the closest railway station. If you’re in the mood to travel by sea, the port of Vizhinjam is only 3 kms from this town.
When we hear the word Goa, all that comes to our mind are party, wine, and tattoos. But that’s not all what Goa offers. It’s also about serene beaches, gorgeous sunsets, relaxing beach huts, and rich Portuguese heritage. So yeah, it is the ultimate destination for holiday, no matter what you want to do—Relax or party.
As Goa is the tourist capital of India, it is very well networked to all the major countries and cities across the nation. The nearest international airport is situated in Dabolim, which is just 26 km away from the state’s capital, Panjim. Also Goa has two major railheads located in Thivim and Madgaon, which are well connected to most of the cities in the country.
Mysore is the third-largest city in the south Indian state of Karnataka. Also known as Palace City Of India, it served as the capital city of Mysore Princely kingdom for six centuries. Situated at the base of Chamundi Hills, Mysore is one of the top tourist destinations in India. Mysore is well connected to other parts of India via rail, road, and air. Bengaluru International Airport is the nearest international airport, which is located at a distance of 185.7 km from Mysore. Many luxury buses and taxis are available to take you from Bangalore to Mysore. Mysore Railway Station connects the city to Bangalore, Hassan, and Chamrajnagar.
Delhi is the giant capital city of the Indian subcontinent. Apart from being famous for its culture, heritage, history, and art, Delhi is also very popular for its lip smacking street food, grand bazaars, and a happening nightlife. Delhi has borne witness to a number of royal dynasties like Mauryas, Tughlaqs, Mughals, and the British Empire. Some of the popular city structures date back to the colonial era. Delhi is well connected to other parts of India via rail, road, and air. Indira Gandhi International Airport and New Delhi Railway Station are the city’s own airport and railhead respectively. If you are planning to take a road trip to Delhi, you can travel via a number of national highways which link the capital to major Indian cities.
Jaipur, also known as the Pink City, is quite famous for its rich, colourful, and princely Rajasthani culture. It is also the first ever planned city of India, which was designed according to Indian Vastu Shastra* in the year 1727. Jaipur surely is worth a visit if grandeur of the princely culture charms you. This radiant city will offer you a glimpse of the royal lifestyle through a number of magnificent forts and palaces it boasts of.
Agra is a historical city situated on the banks of Yamuna river in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Agra, also known as the City Of Taj, attracts tourists like moths to flames. This north Indian city carries the legacy of the Mughal Empire in its beautiful tombs and mausoleums. Agra was beautified by Mughal emperors like Akbar, Jahangir, and Shah Jahan, who built huge gardens and constructed architectural marvels. Agra is well connected by rail, road, and air. The nearest airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport which is situated at a distance of 217.8 km from Agra. You can also hire a taxi or take a bus from Greater Noida and reach Agra via the 6-lane Yamuna Expressway. The closest railway station is Agra Cantonment which is connected to all major cities in India.
Bangalore, officially known as Bengaluru, is one of the largest and most populated major cities in India. This huge city is adorned with the title Silicon Valley of India for its role and contribution as the nation’s leading information technology exporter. Bangalore is loved for its pleasant weather throughout the year. Additionally, it is also famous for its lively nightlife.
Having an international airport, Bangalore is very well connected to most of the major countries around the world. The international airport is situated on the outskirts, which is about 40 km away from the heart of the city. Bangalore also boasts of a number of well-connected, national railheads, which connect to all the major and minor cities of the country.
Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu is an important destination for south Indian art and culture. Formerly known as Tanjore, this beautiful city has some of the most magnificent Hindu temples in the country. Thanjavur is also famous for being home to the unique painting style Tanjore. You can easily travel to Thanjavur by rail, road, or air. The nearest airport is Tiruchirapalli International Airport, which is located at a distance of 61.7 km from Thanjavur. Thanjavur Railway Station is the city’s railhead and is connected to major cities in India. You can also take a bus from neighbouring Indian cities like Chennai, Coimbatore, Vellore, and Bangalore.
Madurai is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. This 3,500 year old city has been a major centre for Tamil art and culture. Also known as Athens Of The East, Madurai is famous for its beautiful temples. Madurai is well connected to other parts of India via rail, road, and air. Madurai Airport is located at a distance of 12.5 km from the city centre. Many major cities in India have direct trains to Madurai Junction, the city’s primary railway station. However, if you wish to travel by road, you can reach Madurai via National Highway 7, NH 45B, NH 208, or NH 49.
Munnar is a hill station nestled between three mountain rivulets, Mudhirapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundala, in the Idukki district of Kerala. The lush tea gardens and clear mountain air of Munnar, welcomes you to have an enriching holiday experience. Munnar is also surrounded by many attractive tourist spots such as, Attukal Waterfalls, Eravikulam National Park, Mattupetty Dam, Echo Point, Anamudi Peak, which can be easily accessed by bus or car. Munnar is ideal for sightseeing, trekking, bird watching, and wildlife adventures. The nearest airport to Munnar is Cochin International Airport, and the closest major railway stations are at Ernakulam and Aluva.
Athirapally, in the state of Kerala, is nestled amidst the lush-green foothills of the Western Ghats, an important biodiversity hotspot. Located 70 km from Kochi and 50 km from Thrissur, Athirapally can be easily accessed via State Highway 21. Home to endangered species and pristine waterfalls, this village is a sight to behold. A coveted environmentalist’s paradise, the landscape of this village is a scenic combination of dense forests and serpentine streams. Four endangered species of the Hornbill can be found here, and the International Bird Association has declared Athirapally to be an important sanctuary for birds. Famous tourist landmarks in the village are undoubtedly Athirapally Falls, located 1000 ft above sea level, and Vazhachal Falls, located 5 km from Athirapally Falls.
Darjeeling, a proud hill station in the state of West Bengal, is internationally famed for its black tea. It is visited throughout the year for its extensive tea plantations. It has a rich and enviable colonial past that is still quite visible in its culture and architecture. Darjeeling is bestowed with the title Queen of the Hills and it is more than justified by its misty mountains and serene hill plantations. Visiting places like Tiger Hill and Mall Road can make you fall even more in love with Darjeeling’s picturesque mountains. Nevertheless, the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway is the attraction that will really steal away all the thunder. Though Bagdogra Airport is just 96 km away from Darjeeling, it is suggested to take a train instead to enjoy the scenic beauty of this hilly escapade.
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