The west of India is dominated by the vibrant city of Mumbai – a pulsating metropolis of grand colonial buildings and modern skyscrapers where visitors can explore Bollywood, the many designer shops or experience the city’s charismatic street life. To the north you will impressed by the carvings and frescoes of the Ajanta and Ellora caves particular highlights. masterpieces of Buddhist religious art. In the north-west of India, the prosperous state of Gujarat, provides an off the- beaten-track experience, which is popular among returning visitors. The vast Kutch region of Gujarat is sometimes described as India’s “wild west”. Much of Kutch consists of seasonal wetlands known as the Great Rann of Kutch (famous for its salt desert) and smaller Little Rann of Kutch (famous for its Wild Ass Sanctuary). The region’s handicraft villages are also a highlight. From the famed tribal textiles of Kutch, the barren salt plains of Little Rann and the ex-Portuguese island enclave of Diu, to the hilltop temples of Shatrunjaya and the world-renowned Calico Museum of Textiles in the busy state capital of Ahmedabad, Gujarat offers a diverse array of experiences. Further south, Goa offers miles of beautiful beaches lined with palm trees, making it a perfect place to relax
Take a visual journey through what we consider to be some of Western India’s unmissable highlights.
Consulta le nostre condizioni di vendita
Western India : WHERE TO GO