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Visit New Zealand and travel through Arizona, USA. Enjoy a leisurely trip along the banks of the River Kaveri. The States of India give you a glimpse of India's varied cultures and traditions.

STATES OF INDIA

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Coastal Journey

An Exciting Journey along India's Shores
Coastal Journey

The coastline of India is one of the longest in the world. It is more than 7,500 km long Along the coast lie limestone cliffs, lagoons, miles of sandy beaches, monuments, ancient and modern cities, ports and fishing villages.
Our journey along the coast begins from Kutch in Gujarat Upto Ganga Sagar in West Bengal, extending to Andaman & Nicobar Islands

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Journey Through Narmada

The Narmada river is central India's most important waterway. The 1312-km-long perennial river flows through Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat, before emptying into the Gulf of Khambat near Bharuch. It is India's fifth-largest river and the larger of the two Indian rivers that flow from east to west. The Narmada is also regarded as the dividing line between North and South India, as it flows through the valley formed by the Vindhyas to the north and Satpura ranges to the south.

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Journey Through Kaveri

Kaveri

One of the seven major rivers of India, the Kaveri is revered as Dakshina Ganga, the Ganges of the South, Ponni, the Golden one, Akanda, the indivisible and Annapoorna, the Giver of Plenty. She is 765-km long lifeline for the people of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

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