This World Tourism Day, ILSAP brings you the incredible INDIA EXPERIENCE
World Tourism day is celebrated worldwide on September 27 every year. It was started in 1980 by The United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO). This day celebrated to raise awareness about the potential of tourism both in terms of contribution to the sustainable development of the country’s economic growth and also in terms of how it impacts the overall development of the people from different communities and countries to blend with each other in order to bring about a social, political and economic change in the society.
This World Tourism Day, ILSAP brings you the incredible INDIA EXPERIENCE – The experience of lifetime.
Enriching. Humbling. Positive. Educational. Career-boosting. Fun. Mind-expanding. You’ll find your own words for this unique experience, and they’ll stay with you for the rest of your life.India has more than its fair share of mind-blowing things to see – it’s bursting at the seams with colourful heritage and has more cultural sites to marvel at than you’ve had hot dinners. Certainly, hot curries. Besides local trips in and around Delhi, we will take you to experience places of outstanding beauty and cultural significance: to Agra to see the famous Taj Mahal, through the splendour of Jaipur in the desert lands and on to the holy cities of Haridwar and Rishikesh on the River Ganges, visiting the area’s various temples and monuments. Finally, in Rishikesh you’ll get a spend couple of days in an ‘Ashram’ – a Hindu Hermitage – where you’ll get the chance to relax, breath out the bustle and activity of the previous weeks and just soak up the exquisite serenity, reflecting quietly on your experiences and preparing yourself to take on the rest of your life, with confidence and purpose.
As Albert Einstein said, “We owe a lot to the Indians, who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made.”
In India, you’re taught that there are certain qualities that make you a divine human being.– Deepak Chopra
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