The HimalayasThe mighty Himalayas forms the important part of the Indian geography. The Himalayas in India stretches from the Jammu and Kashmir in the north to Arunachal Pradesh in the extreme northeast India. They are the world's highest mountains that bisect India from the rest of Asia by its incredible mountain ranges. The impressive Himalayas attract people from all over the world. Today it is becoming the favorite destination as much for the soft adventure lovers as well as the extreme adventure enthusiasts. The snow capped mountains, luxuriant meadows, high altitude lakes and impenetrable forests in the hills of the Himalayas support some of the endangered species of birds, animals and several plants. The beautiful creations of nature in the Himalayas add a bit of splendor to nature's wealth that dwells in its surrounding.
The states of Goa, Maharashtra and Gujarat forms the part of western India. Gujarat in the far west of India is popular for Rann of Kutch, Goa for its beaches and Maharashtra for the Ajanta and Ellora Caves in Aurangabad. After the vivacious
West India include the states like Goa and Gujarat in addition to Maharashtra. Western Part is popular because of Bombay, Goa (For its beaches), Rann of Katch (Gujarat), Temples of Ajanta & Ellora ( Aurangabad, Maharashtra) & Wildlife Santuaries in Gujarat. After the vibrant atmosphere of Bombay, allow the palm-fringed beaches of Goa to warm your spirit in the sun and relax your mind. Or meditate in cool and ancient Buddhist caves tunnelled out of solid rock on the craggy hillsides - a dramatic contrast from the colourful fairs and festivals in unspoiled Gujarat. The choice is once again tremendous in this land that offers everything Bombay - Gateway of India.
The islands of India are most exotic, most spectacular and most beautiful in the world. There are particularly two group of islands the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal, and the Lakshadweep and Minicoy Islands in the Arabian Sea.