We are again setting out on a new adventure exploring India, this time by train, through All India Train Trip (AITT).
This epic journey would cover 9,416 km, 144 stations, 18 states in 11 days traveling across India.
Through this campaign we would be highlighting various initiatives and positive changes by the Indian Railways, while exploring India through slow travel.
Follow us on our unique journey from 22nd October to 1st November as we travel all across India by train @rustiktravel handle on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.
All India Train Trip is an initiative by Rustik Travel in association with the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, Bengaluru, MyGov and is supported by LIC of India and Mastercard.Read More »
Nagaland is a mountainous state in North-Eastern part of India, formed in 1963. It is home to many indigenous tribal communities and is known for their festivals and culture. With abundance of quaint mountainous towns and villages, lakes, waterfalls, wildlife and coupled with the unique tribal culture of the place Nagaland is a must visit destination.Read More »
Himachal Pradesh is located in the Northern part of India on the lap of the majestic Himalayas. True to its name ‘Himachal”, which literally means snow-laden the state is just that with its snow capped peaks and the beautiful mountainous terrains and green valleys, when turn powdery white covered in snow during the season. A popular tourism destination Himachal Pradesh enchants anyone who visits here.Read More »
Haryana, the name that means “The Abode of God” is a state located in the North of India. An ancient land that has places that find mention in ancients scripts and epics such as the Mahabharata. Primarily an agricultural state and therefore extremely beautiful and green outdoors, it is dotted with modern cities and industries, and quite a bit to discover culturally and historically.Read More »
Uttar Pradesh is the largest and most populous state in India. Home to the legacies of ancient kingdoms, civilizations and cities influencing the rich cultural ethos that is reflected day-to-day in festivals, music, dance and cuisine. The two great rivers of India Ganga and the Yamuna pass through the state nurturing many stories, nourishing many lives and evolving many faiths. There is much more to discover and explore than the beautiful Taj Mahal here, as the richness of the state is in its confluence of cultures.Read More »
Tamil Nadu is a large State in South India. The place is known for Dravidian-style temples, a rich cultural and historical heritage and a beautiful coastline. All this along with beaches, hill stations, wildlife sanctuaries and big cities Tamil Nadu is one of the most visited states in India. There is something for everyone is this historical land.Read More »
Telangana is the youngest state in India carved out from Andhra Pradesh in 2014. And it has inherited the cultural richness of Hyderabad and Warangal, along with many other destinations and experiences that are unique to the state such as music, dance, cuisine, architecture and more.Read More »
Enjoying and living life to the fullest is what the people of Punjab believe in. An agricultural state, the state has lots of colour, music, dance and delicious food. An average Punjabi is a hospitable person fond of all of the above. Any traveler would feel at home here.Read More »
West Bengal is a state in the Eastern part of India, strategically located between the Himalayas and the Bay of Bengal. With oodles of culture, diverse geography, amazing cuisine and street food and plethora of colourful festivals West Bengal has the potential to be one of the top travel destinations of India.Read More »