Welcome to Asia
A trip to Asia is always a promise of great, whirlwind experience. the largest continent holds wonders and surprises that are still not widely known to the Western world. This continent is huge and holds many treasures; not the glittering kinds, but the eye pleasing kinds. It is little challenging to talk about all its aspects at one time. Let’s, instead, take a look at the highlights and gain insight on three neighboring countries of namely- India, Nepal and Bhutan.Going in ascending order, the first highlight would be Bhutan. The smallest among the three countries, Bhutan is known for its picturesque landscape and breathtaking views.
From monasteries for pilgrims, to winding trekking paths for the adventurous lot, Bhutan has wonders in store for all, which makes it famous with any Asia tourist company. Most tourists visiting Bhutan for the first time have always wanted to return to this beautiful country. Bhutan offers so much to the travelers that any number of days feels like less. Trekking, cultural tours, Bhutan’s festival tours, photography tours are just a few types of tour packages that you can plan for. The country is divided into three parts, Western Bhutan, Central Bhutan and Eastern Bhutan. All have their own delights to offer. Therefore, if you’re planning a trip to Bhutan, then make sure you have enough time in your hands to experience all that this country has to offer.
Now moving a little to the west, we reach Nepal. Geographically bigger than Bhutan, Nepal is also home to the great Mount Everest, along with China, of course. This feature alone attracts a multitude of tourists from across the world. Mountaineering experts, trekkers, hikers all head to this country to explore Nepal’s terrain. Now these are not the only kind visiting this country. Pilgrimage is a big deal amongst Hindus and other religions. Therefore, tourism in Nepal is enhanced by the presence of famous temples like the Pashupatinath Temple and the Swayambhunath Stupa. For bikers, it is always a delight to go on biking tours to Bhutan and Nepal. All in all, Nepal with all its assets makes a great tourist destination for travelers.
Last but not the least is India. India is the largest among the three, second largest in Asia, and standing 7th in the world. Both Nepal and Bhutan have distinctive features in terms of the tourism aspect. However, tourism options in this country are so vast that it is very difficult to assemble them under one roof. Ask any Asia travel advisor, he can go ceaselessly on the marvels of India.
India is blessed geographically with mountains, rivers, jungles, desert and the sea. Being a peninsula, India is covered on three sides with water, making India a popular beach destination. The Thar Desert or ‘Marusthali’ as the locals call it has an impressive cultural background. Rajasthan therefore is an important tourist destination in India. Next on the list are the mountains. Although not the Mount Everest, but, India has its own crowning glory, the Kanchenjunga. You may enjoy the sights to this spectacular mountain range from the eastern part of the country. A trip to the North-East India can open a variety of very interesting tourist spots. Nature reserves, biosphere parks, sanctuaries are again great tourist destinations. How can you miss visiting one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal, and of course Sunderbans, the biggest mangrove forest in the world? A religious tour across the country is also a favorable vacation itinerary for many.
Given time and space, one can go on and on about Asia’s natural and man-made tourist attractions. But, does only reading about the greatness of the continent give you the ultimate travelling experience? If not, then gear up, book your tickets! To select the best travelling option you can always take a heads up from a professional Asia trip advisor.