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India is endless. It is a subcontinent of great cultural power that is impressive in the eyes of the traveller. Those who arrive in India for the first time are usually fascinated and return repeatedly to contemplate its monuments, nature and its people in any of its locations.

Delhi and Bombai

The two main capitals of the country where millions of people and the great movement of business, politics and in general the life of the capitals are concentrated.

Ancient cultures

In every corner of India we can find traces of the richness of its past. They date their origin from the second millennium before Christ. India's oldest text, the Rig-veda, was composed in the 15th century BC.

Origin of religions

Religions as important on the planet asHinduism and Buddhism, but also Jainism and Sikhism, originated in India. Other religions have been coming to stay, such as Islam, Judaism, Christianity, and Zoroastrianism.

Safaris and nature

Thanks to the creation of national natural parks, many animal species can be conserved, such aselephants or rhinoceroses and big cats such as tigers.

Monumental India

The Indian subcontinent has been inhabited for more than 55,000 years, the number of temples and monumental buildings is unfathomable. The richness with which wood and stone are worked give it a character and unique architectural styles.

Gastronomy and spices

The culinary richness of India is indisputable and has been exported all over the world. The strength of its spices, like the masala that mixes some of them, give a great flavor and aromatize your meals.


Many of the Indian festivities are celebrated with festivals with the traditions of each territory. In addition to national holidays like the Independence Day party, for example, we find many festivities of different faiths, such as the Hindu Holi or the Islamic Eid al-Fitr.

Ladakh and Zanskar regions

We enter some very unknown territories of India, the impressive Ladakh and Zanskar, in the state of Kashmir, in the northeast of India. Ladakh is a region we know as Little Tibet, due to its privileged location between the Himalayas and the Karakorum, and above all because of its cultural similarity with neighboring Tibet. We will find historical Buddhist temples, and Khardung-la, the highest port in the world of 5,359 m of altitude. The Himalayan landscapes are incredible. The Zanskar Valley, like Ladakh, has a strong affinity with Tibetan Buddhism. It is an ideal territory for trekking due to its impressive views of the highlands and the Himalayas.

Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland regions of the Seven Sisters

The Seven Sisters are small states, located in northwestern India, bordering five countries: China, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan. They contain more than 166 tribes with various languages and dialects.

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