Senior Travel to India

Jun 29th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Lonely Planet introduces India as Bamboozling. There’s simply no other word that convincingly captures the enigma that is India. With its in-your-face diversity, from snow-dusted mountains to sun-washed beaches, tranquil temples to feisty festivals, lantern-lit villages to software-supremo cities, it’s hardly surprising that this country has been dubbed the world’s most multidimensional. Love it or loathe it, and most visitors see-saw between the two, India promises to jostle your entire being, and no matter where you go or what you do, it’s a place you’ll never forget. 

Senior Citizen Tours in India at  is a website dedicated to your interests for travel to India.  India has been a exotic tourist destination for the senior citizens across the world. India’s rich cultural heritage and sites, alternative medicinal spas and resorts (especially rejuvenation spas) pull and tug the senior traveler to the country.  The spiritual places and warmth with which the people of this nation welcome guests are equally attractive.  They combine to produce an effect which exerts a mighty yet lovable pull on the senior tourist.

India has always enjoyed a lot of Senior Travelers across the globe. This is mainly because of the available infrastructure & facilities. Senior citizen travel in India is now more exciting than ever before.  India Tourism provides a nice overview for you to look over maps, travel information, brochures and news.  There are also luxury tours available.  PickyourTrip.com has a lot of information about India.   India’s topography varies wildly, so do the climatic conditions. It is considered as a hot tropical country by many, a fact that is true for most, of but not all of India. Exceptions include the northern states of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir in the north and Sikkim in the northeastern hills.

Every heard of Bollywood? Kinda rhymes with Hollywood and rightfully so.  Bollywood is the name given to the Mumbai-based Hindi-language film industry in India. When combined with other Indian film industries (Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Malayalam, Kannada), it is considered to be the largest in the world in terms of number of films produced, and maybe also the number of tickets sold. The term Bollywood was created by conflating Bombay (the city now called Mumbai) and Hollywood (the famous center of the United States film industry).  Here you can educate yourself a bit about this film industry that is so well known in India.  Enuf said, so check out tickets via Air Indiato see some Bollywood films that are usually musicals. Few movies are made without at least one song-and-dance number. Indian audiences expect full value for their money; they want songs and dances, love interest, comedy and dare-devil thrills, all mixed up in a three hour long extravaganza with intermission. Such movies are called masala movies, after the spice mixture masala. Like masala, these movies have everything.   jeb



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