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Check out the off-beat holidays that India has to offer. Explore the wild and the unknown …you'll be amazed by the adventures that lie just off the beaten track.

Unbelievably beautiful coral reefs, creamy sandy beaches, turquoise blue waters, and just the turtles, sting rays and a shoal of fish for company - all this and more at Kadmat Island, 400 km off Kerala's coast in the Lakshadweep archipelago.

Cutting through the hard rocks of the Eastern Himalayas, the Subansiri drains through Arunachal and merges with the Brahmaputra just before Majuli Island. Go rafting past its spectacular gorges between the Taliha and Sippi sections and over the rapids at Daporijo, and then further downstream till it meets the Kamla. There are always trained guides around to help out first timers.

While in Assam, you could travel up to Jorhat, and drive down to Kaziranga to see the one-horned rhino. Further down the Brahmaputra valley on the foothills of the ranges is the Manas Sanctuary, home to the tiger, pygmy hog, rhino and elephant.

If you want to have a go at mountain climbing, the gentle, snow covered slopes of the 4,575 m high Pangarchulla peak in Uttarakhand are ideal for amateurs. Combine the holiday with a jeep safari through the Lahaul and Spiti valleys at 3000 metres for an amazing close up of glaciers, steep ridges and wide sweeping valleys. Round off with a visit to the monasteries scattered across the landscape.

If you've time on hand, add another of Uttarakhand's treasures to your itinerary - the Valley of Flowers. India's very own alpine meadow, where clusters of orchids, poppies, rhododendrons, daisies, calendulas and hundreds more sweep the valley between the Zanskar and the Great Himalayas. The breathtakingly beautiful Valley stands in contrast to the rugged landscape of the Nanda Devi National Park.

Sheltered and secluded, Malana village lives in a world of its own. Beyond the Kulu valley to the Chandra valley, trek up to the foot of Mount Deotibba and Indrasan, over 6000 m high to see the 500 plus Malana families live in isolation, resisting integration to run their own little house of representatives, and an independent judicial system.

Winding creeks and thick mangrove forests- exotic, unspoiled and remote, the Bhitarkanika sanctuary in the estuary of the Brahmani and Baitarini has a throbbing eco-system. Experience it first hand in an eco-tour on India's eastern coast that stretches past virgin beaches, the half-asleep crocodiles and the nesting Olive Ridley turtles

Alternatively, hire a boat to wade through the world's largest network of tidal waterways and mangrove islets - the Sundarban forest is the natural habitat of the Royal Bengal Tiger, and also befriends the python, river crocodile and 260 species of birds.

In contrast, the 350 Asiatic lions are at home in the dry scrubland and open forests of Gir, Gujarat. Keeping them company are jungle cats, leopards, hyenas, civet cats, blackbucks, sambar, antelope and porcupines, among others. Other residents of this 1153 sq. km sanctuary are 300 species of birds and 2000 varieties of insects. Salt marshes and mudflats, standing waters and sandy islets bearing thorny scrubs! What would you find in this hostile terrain? Well, the Rann of Kutch offers shelter to the last of the three varieties of the Asiatic wild ass, blackbucks, nilgai, flamingos and migratory birds from Siberia. The brackish water that fills up the Rann in the monsoons also supports shrimps cultivation!

Join the Maria tribe at their weekly bazaar in Sakaal, tucked away in an isolated village in Madhya Pradesh's south eastern district of Bastar. Watch the cock fight, pick up trendy jewellery and crafts molded from terracotta and bamboo, and dance till you drop! Visit the Chitrakote and Tirathgarh falls in the vicinity, and the Archaeological Museum which has specimens from the stone-age.

Brave the chill and drive up India's highest motor able road 14,000 feet and more above sea level. Share a few moments with our valiant heroes keeping vigil on the re-opened Nathu La Pass. The drive from Gangtok will take you past the lovely Tsomgo Lake enclosed by rugged mountains where you can take a yak ride, and perhaps enjoy a cup of yak's milk!

A six hour drive from the rush of Bangalore and you're in the lovely district of Kodagu on the Western Ghats. Its stunning landscape is all about sprawling coffee plantations, cardamom fields and orange trees on terraced slopes. Venture out of the capital town of Madikeri and explore its neighbouring villages like Katigeri, and the countryside of Thalacauvery, Bhagamandala - it's a holiday you'll always cherish.

India abounds in the exotic and the rare, in its stunning natural landscapes and endemic flora and fauna, in its fine monuments and colorful people, its handicrafts and weaves...there's no full stop to the India tour and story...


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