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India. Is there any other place on this planet, where millions and millions of people with diverse cultures and religions co-exist in the most synchronistic of ways? With its ancient cultures, spirituality, natural resources, and natural beauty, empires from other parts of the world have sought India for its treasures throughout history. Today, India has flourished into becoming one of world’s most dynamic economies.
India’s rich history, starting from the time of the first civilization five thousand years ago, has shaped the traditions and sites it is so proud of today. Each era left behind it’s own astounding architectural wonder. The beautiful and famous Taj Mahal is only one example of the many marvels India possesses. There are countless other marvels scattered all across the region, all of them exceptional and beyond comparison.
The people of India are hard working, talented, and well read. Devout in their hospitality, they are taught to believe that modesty is a virtue. The complexity of their traditions does not seem to affect their playful nature and transparent souls. They use a vast and vibrant range of colors in their everyday lives, depicting the harmony that lies within their diversity. No other place in the world offers the variety in art, music, cuisine, fashion, or dance than India.
The birthplace of Hinduism and Buddhism, India is also home to many other religions such Muslim, Christian, Judaism, Parsee, Sikh, etc. Spirituality is so deeply integrated into the culture, it’s not unusual to see a temple, mosque, or church every few blocks, or even hear bells and Bhajans simultaneous with a timely prayer of the mullah. Indians reciprocate their respect for their neighbor’s religious beliefs by partaking in their respective celebrations for holidays such as Diwali, Holi, Id, Christmas, or Mahaveer Jayanthi.
India holds virtually every kind of landscape imaginable. From the highest ranges of the Himalayan ranges, the pristine beaches of Goa, and the backwaters of Kerala, India offers a wide variety of destinations and activities that would appeal to the imagination of the adventure seeker and nature lover.
The sights, sounds, tastes, and aroma of India cannot be captured or translated through any form of media. The only way to experience the true essence and magnificence of miraculous India and its surrounding countries, is to be there. Rama Tours makes it easy and comfortable for people all around the World to experience Exotic India, the way they wish to. So discover the variety of tours and services we offer, and allow us to exceed your expectations!
Nepal. Home of the famous Himalayan mountain ranges and the highest peak in the world, Mt. Everest.
Nepal is a paradise to all nature lovers, with its incredible diversity in topography ranging from a sub-tropical climate in the plains, to Alpine conditions in the Himalayan regions. The wide range of flora and fauna bring a riot of colors to its scenery. National parks such as the Chitwan and Sagarmatha are home to an abundant amount of wildlife, including the endangered species like the Royal Bengal tiger and the Greater one-horned rhinoceros roam. 500 bird species are found in the Kathmandu valley along, which is almost 10 percent of the world’s total bird species. The adventure lover can enjoy activities from kayaking and rafting, to trekking and mountaineering.
Nepal’s ancient kingdoms left behind their grand palaces and in addition to a wealth of arts and culture. The people of Nepal consist of a wide range of ethnicities and religions, due to its diverse history. They are friendly, mild mannered, and peace loving. Nepal was recently declared a Federal Democratic Republic on 28th May 2008, abolishing its 240 year-old monarchy.
Bhutan. Known for its profound sense of spirituality and serenity, this small treasure lies neatly nestled in the Eastern Himalayas. Bhutan depicts a perfect harmony between nature and the divine power, and has been identified as one of the 10 bio-diversity hot spots in the world. Its eco-systems harbors some of the most exotic species of birds, flora and fauna, and wildlife.
The Government has adopted a cautious approach on developing tourism in the kingdom, in an effort to avoid the negative impact on the Country’s culture and its environment. The three regions open to visitors are the Western, Central, and Eastern. The Western part of the Country is known for its stunning scenery with rice paddies and orchards cascading down magnificent mountains, the pristine rivers that flow through the main towns of Paro, Thimphu and Punakha, and unique two-story houses with brightly painted window designs. The Central part of Bhutan is known for its broad valleys and sloping mountains, including the legendary Bumthang valley. It is also home to a plethora of monastaries. Eastern Bhutan is at a much lower altitude than the Western and Central, where the forests dissipate and the climate is warmer. It is known for its stunning hand-loomed textiles, and where most of the ancient spiritual sights of the country are found.
Sri Lanka. With a country so small in size, it’s amazing how rich it is in what it has to offer a traveler. Sri Lanka’s magnificent landscapes feature seductive beaches, lazy lagoons, fertile wetlands, imposing mountains, bounteous rivers, and waterfalls. Its ecologically wondrous forests are home to an abundant, endemic wildlife. The inspiring heritage sites include ancient cities to colonial forts.
Sri Lanka’s vibrant culture includes fine arts and crafts, as well as grand festivals. The people from diverse ethnicity and religious persuasion are charming and hospitable.
In addition to the adventure traveler, Sri Lanka also attracts contemporary tourists to enjoy its luxurious Ayurveda spas and resorts for honeymooners.
Myanmar, also known as Burma. This exotic destination historically popular with, and exclusively a delight for the ultra-adventurous traveler, is now open to all who wish to explore its beauty. Myanmar is developing its infrastructure to promote tourism throughout the last decade, and has come into the limelight of those who are intrigued by the magic of the East.
Burma’s magnificent natural beauty includes dazzling waterfalls, graceful lakes and rivers, enchanting caves, sparkling beaches, and majestic mountains. The Ayerwaddy River, the life and soul of Burma, flows between many ancient capitals. It is sprinkled with glorious remnants in the form of glorious monuments left behind by the Burmese kingdoms. Bagan, the archaeological treasure of Burma consists of thousand of ancient pagodas is recognized as on the many wonders of the world.
The people of Myanmar are hospitable and kind. Their devout faith in Buddha allows them to be content with their humble lifestyles, making Burma one of safest places to travel!