About North India Holidays Packages
North India comprises of six states of Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir, Chandigarh (Union Territory), Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and Uttarakhand. Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar though not officially a part of North India, traditionally considered as one. North Indian Culture pre-dominantly derives its roots from Indo-Aryan traditions and customs, with assimilation and impact from other cultures over long period of history. North Indian culture reflects the diversity of traditions and customs of the vast region it encompasses.
North India provides you an experience of sheer contrast of destinies from snow skiing and greenery of Kashmir and Himachal and rugged terrains of Ladakh to one of 'Seven Wonders of World' the impeccable beauty of Taj Mahal in Agra close to Delhi. While Ladakh has a rich tradition of thriving monastic culture often called 'Land of Lamas' and for its mesmerizing landscape travelers called it 'moon land'; Kashmir and Himachal has lush green mountains and beautiful lakes, and further down in the plains tourist do not miss the historic monuments in Delhi and Agra. Delhi is the second most widely used entry point into the country since it is connected by all major airlines. Punjab is the state whose name is synonymous with high spirits, prosperity and passionate involvement with life itself and there is no other land mass in the entire world so richly endowed with the bounties of nature as this land of five rivers.