The Northern region of India is such a mix of different heritages that one does not always need to cross a state border to encounter change in language, attire, and cuisine.. World heritage sites in the region vary from forts and caves to temples and tombs. The main attractions in the states of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and Rajasthan are covered in our pages listed below.
The southern peninsula of India is distinctive from their northern counterparts in almost all respects, may it be the dravidian rooted languages, spicier cuisines, or the music and dance cultures. The region’s tropical weather and location is apparent when visiting the hillside tea and spice plantations, jungles, beaches, rice paddies and backwaters. The monsoon season of April to September is when the rates are lower for those who love the rains.The main attractions in the states of Karnataka, Goa, and Kerala are covered in our pages listed below.