Inde Carte (Map of India)

Planning for holidays and can not decide where to go? Then plan a trip to India, the land of beautiful hill stations exotic beaches and lot more. Now the question is how to get there and what to see? Right, so for this Inde carte (or Map of India) will help you a lot. Carte de l’inde (India map) is your best travel guide that give you info about best travel destinations of India, travel routes and etc.

So plan your trip with Voyager Inde and have great holidays.

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Goa to Host Asian Beach Games in 2018

Another feather in the cap of Goa as it wins bid to host the Asian Beach Games in 2018. For travellers, Goa is an incredible destination and now with this news pouring in, it is but obvious that a whole new set of tourists will get ready to explore the beautiful attractions of Goa tourism.

For foreigners, it’s going to be a good experience to enjoy this game for the firts time on Indian waters. For Indians, it is going to be yet another sporting event that will give boost to the sports culture in the country.  The youth of the country will witness the exciting twists and turns of the event while a number of new toddler players will be born who will dream to participate in such events in subsequent years.

Waiting eagerly for more updates on this news. For now, read complete coverage in Times of India.



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Monuments of Delhi


Delhi, the national capital of India is delightful tourists’ destination. It is replete with varied kind of attractions, and topping the list are the monumental heritage of the city. Having served as the capital for various dynasties that ruled India, Delhi has always been at the center stage of the Indian political scene. All these rulers have built different monuments that still stand to narrate stories from past.

Primary amongst them are the Mughal and the British monuments.

The Mughal Monuments

The mighty Mughals ruled Delhi for a good while of time and during their rule, built numerous monuments. Most popular amongst them are the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Purana Qila and Humayun’s tomb.

The British Creations

The Britishers built a whole set of structures in Delhi, beginning from the Parliament House, Rashtrapati Bhavan and India Gate. All these structures today represent Delhi to the outside world.

Other Monuments

There are host of other monuments in Delhi that have been built by rulers who came before the Britishers and the Mughals. For example Jantar Mantar was built by Raja of Jaipur while Qutub Minar was constructed by the founder of slave dynasty in India – Qutub-ud-din-Aibak.

The Temples of Delhi

The temples of Delhi are also a huge tourists attractions other than being religious centers. The Lotus Temple, the Akshardham Temple, Birla Temple are thronged by devotees and tourists alike.

Apart from monumental heritage, Delhi is also home to numerous other attractions. Chk out more about tourist places in Delhi.





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Plan A Rendezvous With The Rural &Tribal India

Ever wondered what life was without all these machines and gadgets that we are surrounded with today? Or for that matter even the basic facilities that simplify our work today. We have vehicles to take us around, LPG gas to cook our food, watches to monitor time, televisions for entertainment and computers to know about so many different things.

However, sans all these, life was completely different. In earlier times, specially, when education level was low and people were less exposed to different aspect of the world, their life revolved around fulfilling basic necessities like fooding, shelter and their customs and traditions. Their occupation was no white collar job, but activities hunting, cultivation, cattle breeding etc,.

Today, there is a lot of curiousness amongst the urban people to know more and more about all these things. And for this, a number of them visit the rural areas around the world. More inquisitive minds make their way to the tribal areas to get up and close with even more primitive form of living.

If you are interested in any such form of tourism, you should definitely count in India as a worthy destination. Despite its progress, there are a number of rural and tribal areas in this country. You can indeed learn more about Indian villages and famous Indian tribes on your trip.

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10 Must See Places in Maharashtra

Must see in Maharashtra will include a number of entries, however, here we are listing out the top ten sights that you should never miss out on your trip to Maharashtra in India.

Juhu Beach Mumbai – The most loved place for localites as well as tourists, Juhu beach in Mumbai glitters with lights. A number of food stalls serve people with snacks and sea food. Various other leisurely entertainment options are also available.

The Gateway of India in Mumbai – The first image that comes to mind when you think about Mumbai is that of the Gateway of India. Stroll around the Gateway of India, take a ferry ride to the Elephanta caves and get yourselves clicked with loved ones.

Essel World Mumbai – It’s time to go wild with excitement as the numerous rides of Essel World will regale you one after the other. there is also a water park where you can have fun with water.

Ajanta and Ellora Caves – Visit the Caves that are also included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The caves dedicated to Buddhist, Jain and Hindu religion are a treasure trove of ancient art and architecture.

Shirdi Sai Baba – Devotees, irrespective of the caste and religion, have since a long time now visited the abode of one of the most pious saints, Sai Baba in Shirdi. He dedicated his life to the service of mankind and devotees believe that Sai Baba has the capability to fulfil all their wishes, nobody ever goes empty handed from his doors.

Osho Ashram in Pune – The Osho Ashram in Pune was founded by Swami Rajneesh and a number of foreign tourists visit it every year to practise meditation.

Mahabaleshwar – The largest hill station of Maharashtra houses plethora of natural charms as well as historical sites to explore.

Lonavala – The beautiful hill station of Maharashtra is for those who just love fresh air,  greenery and love to roam around lazily amidst natural beauty.

Khandala – Actually, Lonavala and Khanadala just 5 km apart, so you can plan a tour to both together. Enjoy your extended nature tour!

Nasik – Amongst the four holy places in Hindu religion where the Maha Kumbh Mela is organised every 12 years. At other times, you can pay a visit to the The Biggest Artillery Centre in Asia, World’s Best Museums for Zeolities and the Only Coin Museum in Asia. Being a holy destination, there are numerous temples that you can explore like Panchvati, Kalaram Mandir, Naroshankar Temple, Muktidham Temple.

Find out more on all these places to visit in Maharashtra

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Diwali – The Festivals of Lights

Come October 26th, and a large part of India will gear up for the celebration of Diwali – the festival of lights. The evening will see diyas, candles, bulbs illuminating every house making them each look like royal palaces. Gifts will be exchanged between loved ones and sweets will fill every heart with more sweetness and positivity.

Diwali is a festival specially loved by children as it gives them an opportunity to burst firecrackers. The sky is filled up with colourful spectacle, though owing to pollution issues, bursting of crackers have gone down significantly, specially bombs that create loud noise. Enthusiasts, still, make the most of whatever is available to make their Diwali special. Those who do not burst crackers love to visit their relatives and friends to wish them a good time ahead. Girls take special interest in decorating their home with colourful and designer diyas along with rangolis.

Though it is best to celebrate Diwali at one’s own house, you can go to Ayodhya if you want to see some special celebration. It is the town in Uttar Pradesh state of India where Lord Rama was born and ruled. For more information on why Diwali is celebrated, click here – Why Diwali is celebrated?


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Tamil Nadu Tea Tourism

A recent article in The Hindu spoke about Tea Tourism in Tamil Nadu – about how Tamil Nadu can be a good destination for tea tourism in India since it houses some of the largest tea growing belts in India. Indeed this is completely true. Tamil Nadu has a number of destinations that can boost tea tourism in the country.

Ooty, for example, is one such destination where travellers can head to if they want to enjoy the wonderful aroma of tea roaming around in the tea gardens. Tea Tourism in Ooty is more delightful during Jan-Feb since this is the time when the tourism department organises the Tea Tourism Festival. Visits to tea gardens are clubbed up with cultural programmes that enhances the entertainment factor of the trip.

Coonoor and Kotagiri are a couple of other destinations that are perfect for tea tourism in Tamil Nadu. A trip to them is worth taking.

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