Tourism, food and lifestyle

India’s popularity as a tourist destination is increasing. In 2011 six million foreign tourists visited India, and the country was named ‘the world’s leading destination’ at World Travel Awards 2012.

“So far as I am able to judge, nothing has been left undone, either by man or nature, to make India the most extraordinary country that the sun visits on his rounds. Nothing seems to have been forgotten, nothing overlooked” – Mark Twain

India ‘the world's leading destination’
A total of about 210,000 travel industry professionals and consumers from around the world cast their votes and bestowed India with the big prize of the World's Leading Destination in January 2012.

Discover the country
Incredible India! has produced a number of tv ads and videos on youtube about the regions, cities, and cultures of India. Above are two videos about Delhi.
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Sustainable tourism
India puts a lot of effort into preserving its wildlife. One of the ways in which India makes an effort in maintaining its wildlife is through sustainable tourism. This is a way of making sure that the tourist industry makes as little environmental impact on the Indian wildlife and nature as possible. This includes finding sustainable solutions for transportation and accommodation as well as making sure that the locals do not suffer from the impact of the growing tourism industry.

Delicacies of North India
Few countries offer as much diversity in food as India. Trip Feast offers to teach you how to cook Indian style in the foothills of the Himalayas, dine with families in their homes, go shopping for fruit and vegetables in local markets, and wipe your plate clean in authentic Indian restaurants.

Gourmet coffee from India
The Danish company Malabar imports green coffee beans from South India of the highest gourmet and organic quality. The company was founded by a Danish engineer who had worked in India.
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