Things to see in India

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India is such a vast and varied country that it isn’t possible to do it justice in one trip, and those thinking of travelling there need to draw up a plan of campaign before arriving.

Tea Plantations

If you like a ‘cuppa tea’, take this unique opportunity to see where it comes from. You have quite a wide choice, ranging from Darjeeling, Assam and Munnar to the Nilgiri Mountains and Wayanad. See the vast plantations and witness the tea plucking at first hand. If you visit Assam, you can stay at Burra Sahib’s Bungalow, a fine example of colonial architecture built just after the turn of the twentieth century. It’s actually situated on the Sansua Tea Estate, close to Jorhat. It’ll give you a good idea what it’s like to reside on a tea estate, as well as the opportunity to visit the factory where tea is made.

Rann of Kutch

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Caves

India’s history and spiritual culture can be experienced in the many caves that can be found all over the country. Tha Ajanta and Ellora caves in northern Maharastra are probably the most popular. Hewn into rocky hillside in the middle of nowhere, their sheer magnificence takes one’s breath away. The caves at Ellora date from as early as the sixth century, while those at Ajanta are from an even earlier time – the second century BC.

Wildlife

India simply abounds with jungles, which are huge and diverse. In total, there are in the region of 450 wildlife sanctuaries and 100 national parks. All of them prove to be very popular with visitors. West Bengal is home to the Sunderbans National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Spread over fifty-four islands and spilling over into Bangladesh, it’s an incredible tangle of mangrove jungle, making it unique. Part of the Sunderbans plays host to a 2,585 square kilometre Tiger Reserve. There are three wildlife sanctuaries in total, and besides the tigers, the region is home to reptiles, birds, and many other animal species such as wild boar, deer and monkeys.

Whatever time of year you visit India, you will always find more than enough to fill your itinerary, but plan before you go so that you make the most of your time and don’t waste precious time criss-crossing the country and backtracking.