Tourist States of India

Tourist States of India The tourist attractions in India are, consequently, diverse and numerous in nature. A study of the various tourist states of India will be quite entertaining, helping you glance at the typical unique features of each and every state of the country on your tour to India.

Gujarat, on the western coast of India, is punctuated with several places to visit and admire. Ahmedabad, Jamnagar, Gandhinagar, Junagadh, Bhavnagar, Surat, Vadodara, Saputara, Rajkot, Porbandar, Kutch and Bhuj are some of the must visits while you are on a tour to this city. » More�

One of the loveliest tourist states in India, it offers the following - waterfalls at Jog and Sivasamudra; misty mountain ranges of the Western Ghats; migratory birds at Ranganathittu; the wild reserves at Bandipur and Nagarhole; and the sweet scent of teak, ebony and rosewood in the forests. » More�

Madhya Pradesh:
Probably the largest state of the Indian sub continent, this state in central India has innumerable districts and varied topographic and climatic conditions. The magnificent Vindhyas, the charming river valleys and plateaus are extremely pleasant. » More�

One of the most fast developing states of India, it is located on the western and central parts of the country extending over the Sahyadri mountains. The Sea coast of the Arabian Sea makes for wonderful beaches along the state border. Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur are some of the must visit places here. » More�

New Delhi:
The region which ideally upholds a major portion of India�s deep rooted history, it offers a different character altogether. Jama Masjid, Red Fort, Qutab Minar, Humayun�s Tomb, India Gate and Jantar Mantar are some of the major attractions here. » More�

Orissa :
Located between West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh, it offers diverse habitats ranging from flourishing green and hilly topography to coastal plains and sloping river valleys, cut across by the Brahmani, the Mahanadi and the Bansadhara rivers. » More�

Punjab :
The land of agriculture and prosperity, and the breadbasket of the country, it is a land of exuberant culture, pictures of vast paddy fields and big hearted people with lots of high spirits and liveliness. » More�

Sikkim :
The state of Sikkim stretches below Mount Kanchenjunga (8534 m), the third highest peak in the world and the altitudinal levels of the state ranges from 300 m to over 8540 m above sea level. » More�

Uttaranchal :
A relatively newer state, it houses some of the most important temples and historic structures, attracting several tourists from various parts of the country. » More�

Uttar Pradesh :
Probably the largest tourist destination in India, this state is replete with various tourist attractions highlighting the inherent culture and tradition of India. » More�

West Bengal :
The land of Tagore and intellectualism, this state in the eastern borders offers tourist sites like Kolkata, Darjeeling, Dooars and the Sundarbans. » More�

Tamil Nadu :
A state of blue beaches and clear skies, Tamil Nadu presents several tourist attractions. Strolls down the Marina beach, visits to the intricately carved temples and tasting the mouth-watering dosas, and filter coffee are some of the must dos here.