Diversified Delhi allures hordes of travellers flying to India. With a short trip to nearby areas, one gets an opportunity to peep into enhanced versions of cultural, historical as well as wildlife specialties. Find out which tour suits you best while in Delhi.

Delhi is the heart and soul of India. The city is a treasure trove of some of the most amazing attractions in the world that entice holidaymakers from all over the globe to spend on tickets aboard flights arriving in the country. However, those vacationers who wish to go the extra mile are sure to be treated with a plethora of delights that can only be found around the city of Delhi. From spiritual spots to historical and cultural pursuits to wildlife reserves, there are ample opportunities for people to experience India’s many treasures around its capital. Below is a quick rundown of the most popular places around Delhi that promise a gratifying detour to every vacationer booking flights’ tickets to India.

Spiritual Pursuits

India is crammed with sacred destinations, which can undoubtedly satisfy all spiritual travellers. Most such destinations are located close to Delhi, which not only is a popular tourist destination but also an easy stop-over that offers best transport network to the holy places. Following are the top travel spots, located around Delhi, which tempt global travellers making reservations on India bound flights.

Rishikesh

Often dubbed ‘the Yoga Capital of the World’, Rishikesh remains a magnet for spiritual holiday makers reserving air tickets on flights arriving in India. This beautiful city is packed with countless ashrams and different kinds of yoga and meditation classes which help the holidaymakers to indulge in a totally unique experience. Rishikesh has been divided into two major areas; the Rishikesh town, where one may find the much popular Triveni Ghat, Ram Jhula and Lakshman Jhula and many accommodation options, ashrams and restaurants. On the other side is the eastern bank, the traffic-free ‘spiritual centre’ of Rishikesh, where the foreign travellers are seen in majority.

Haridwar

Haridwar in Uttarakhand is one of the holiest Hindu cities and is visited by hordes of holidaymakers from different parts of the globe. ‘Har-ki-Pairi Ghat’ is the most chaotic place in the city which is flooded with worshippers, not just locals but foreigners as well. The best time to visit this holy place is in the evening when the River Ganges comes alive with myriad flickering flames released onto it!!

History and Cultural Pursuits

The distinctive culture of India can be experienced at a number of unique and fascinating attractions which are visited by holidaymakers round the year. The cultural attractions provide an unforgettable glimpse into the Indian way of life, history and most importantly, culture.

Agra

Agra, the culturally rich city of the country, is a popular destination among foreign travellers buying tickets onboard India bound flights. This beautiful metropolis strives hard to glorify the Indian holiday tour with some artistic extravaganza. Agra resonates in the hearts of holidaymakers for eternity with it’s the blissful magic of Taj Mahal, the fascinating architecture of Red Fort and the mystifying tales and treasures of the nearby Fatehpur Sikri. A short trip from Delhi to Agra is surely worth the monies spent on air tickets to the capital city.

Jaipur

For travellers hunting for a perfect getaway from Delhi, a weekend trip to Jaipur is one of the best ways to explore the majestic and stately forts and palaces of the region. Lending a pinkish tinge to the ashen desert sands of Rajasthan, this ‘Pink City’ is a perfect destination to enjoy the region’s royal heritage and culture. Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Jai Garh Fort and Nahargarh Fort are few of the many dazzling gems that decorate this royal city. The glowing brilliance of the striking ancient palaces and forts sets several visitors on a mad scramble to book air tickets aboard flights arriving in India.

Wildlife and Nature

The assorted fauna and flora of India has always left travellers spoilt for choice. Holidaymakers visiting Delhi may run away from the chaos of the city and can relax in a much soothing getaways within few hundred kilometres from the city. Following are some of the renowned wildlife haunts popular amongst foreigners who buy air tickets to the Indian capital, Delhi.

Jim Corbett

Jim Corbett National Park is undoubtedly a heaven for wildlife and adventure lovers spending huge amounts on reserving tickets on flights arriving in the subcontinent. This much popular park of Uttarakhand is a perfect blend of rising hills, swamps, river belts and green meadows which cover more than 500 kilometres of land at the foot hills of the great Himalayas. Open jeep safari is the best activity in the park where one can easily catch a quick glimpse of tigers and several other species of animals. Other engaging pursuits available for holidaymakers here include rock climbing, elephant safaris, rappelling, fishing and bird watching.

Sariska

Nestled on a wooded valley between Jaipur and Alwar, Sariska Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan is a popular stop-over amongst travellers disembarking flights bound for Delhi for visiting Rajasthan. The reserve covers over 850 sq km of land and is home to many wild species of animals and birds which include Monkeys, Nilgai, majestic Sambars, Chital, Wild Boars, Jackals and Peacocks. Some much celebrated places around the park are Kankwari Fort, Sariska Palace and The Ancient Shiva Temple.

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