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In the right hand margin of this page are links to pages providing tourist oriented information on India, as well as facts about our organization. India can be bewildering to the first time visitor; it is an ancient culture that understands, and absorbs, a little too easily. Foreign influences (and encounters) have been shaping India for thousands of years, and the rituals and behavior you’ll encounter are usually a result of many millenniums of evolution.

India has more “World Heritage Sites” the Taj Mahal is an obvious example) than any other country in the world. With Easy Tours Of India, you select which historical treasures and natural wonders you explore. While you’re with us, you’ll have the best opportunities to experience India’s amazing diversities in people, architecture, geography, and cultural heritage.

Nature is at its best in India. Explore the awe inspiring peaks of the Himalayas, which are crowned by Mount Everest. Visit India’s great plains that spread outwards from ,including the fabled desert that covers much of Rajasthan and encompasses the magical cities of Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur , as well as the famous Pushkar camel festival.

Discover India from where these plains end, and the lush Deccan plateau takes over, dominating southern India. Experience the Ghats, where the plateau descends to meet the mostly virgin beaches and warm waters of coastal Indian resorts like Goa and Kochi (Cochin). Meditate Yoga in Ashrams where these sciences has been practiced since ancient times.

Learn about Ayurveda or get treatments from the best Ayurvedic centers in the world. Visit Mumbai (Bombay) , the bustling city that houses the largest and most prolific motion picture industry in the world.

India is home to tens of thousands of animal & bird species. They all play an integral part in Indian society, history, and day to day existence. Visit India and you can experience Wildlife Parks & Sanctuaries that are home to many of these species, including almost two thirds of the Earths remaining Tigers , roughly half of the planets Elephants , and the worlds only surviving ‘Asiatic Lions’.