Covering the three most significant travel destinations - Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur, this travel package encompasses diverse perspectives within its brief outline. Due to its compact framework, the Golden Triangle Tour has garnered immense popularity among tourists from different parts of the world, making it doubtlessly the most fascinating vacation that can be experienced in this tropical country.
This Rajasthan cultural Tour lets you foresee all of these in a remarkable way. Mandawa is famous for its fresco paintings and old Havelis, Bikaner, famous for its palaces, Sam sand dunes, magnificent fort, camel safaris, and unique culture, Jaisalmer, well known for its Golden Fort and Sam sand dunes, Luni, known for Chanwa Fort.
Each part of India tours let you find some of the magnificent monuments and heritages like ancient elegant palaces, terrific temple, extraordinary Havelis, garrisons, implausible forts, antique mansions, etc. There is no more picturesque destination on Earth.
Exotic Kerala, also known as God's own country, is endowed with a natural charm. Thousands of travelers take a tour of this state every year in search of mental peace, beaches, backwater cruises, and Ayurvedic treatment.
Golden Triangle with Nepal tour package which covers the three most visited cities of this country Delhi, Agra and Jaipur and the capital city of Nepal - Kathmandu. This tour package will leave you to mesmerize with the region's rich cultural heritage and monuments.
Explore the exotic beauty of the southern region of India with South India Exotic Tour as it attracts numerous tourists and vacationers throughout the year. South India Exotic Tour itinerary will take you to the south India terrific temples tour to the stone fixed temples of Mahabalipuram, Trichy, and Madurai in Tamil Nadu which portrays some the greatest ambitious and nuances of the Hindu mythology.
India is well known for its religions, unique art & culture, a glorious past and blend of tradition, crowded with temples, and many more worth seeing places. A Golden Triangle Tour package will give you the golden opportunity to experience this spectacular and incredible journey of north India.
India is reputed to be the home to the finest game parks and tiger reserves, which offer a stunning array of wildlife. India wildlife tour provides an excellent opportunity to witness some of the well-known national parks and tiger reserves.
Ladakh holidays are dream come true for many travelers! No matter whether you are lonely or traveling with your flock of peers, Leh Ladakh is an ultimate place for adventure seekers. Nestled in the “Mecca” hills, Ladakh tour packages have so many things to offer. Be it trekking in the Himalayas, Indus rafting and road trip or bike trip, Holidays in Ladakh gets you high on excitement.
Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur are an amalgamation connection of past, present, and future. The Tour brings you to these three historical and cultural wonders of the region. Enjoy your tour with world-famous heritage monuments of Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur and at the end of the tour we invite you to relax in Goa with its golden sand beaches
Enjoy lunch with a local Indian family. Here, the guests will also get the opportunity to interact with the family and know them. It will also include a brief introduction to Indian Herbs and a cooking class. Along with the information about herbs, the guests will also learn traditional Indian cooking methods. We will demonstrate the preparation of Indian meal, in which you can take part and enjoy this cooked meal for lunch.
Enjoy the Rickshaw Ride (Paddy cab) around Jama Masjid. We will ride on a rickshaw through the narrow streets of Old Delhi. The humble cycle rickshaw is not only the common man’s beast of burden but also generates a considerable amount of employment.
In an age, where our cities are beset by the pollution menace of automobiles, cycle-rickshaw is the best alternative and the only viable option for a short-haul."
Enjoy a Jeep safari to the Bishnoi villages of Rajasthan. The Bishnoi community is famous for its rich and traditional Rajasthani life. The people from this community are deep-rooted to nature and love animals that move freely around the place in abundance, protected by "Bishnois" Protectors of wildlife and tree...
We will take you in jeeps, to the Bishnoi villages in order to witness local handicrafts, shoemakers, pottery, hand weaving, etc. Also, you will see men in their traditional attires, and women adorning their ancestral silver jewelry. As the surrounding area, is a natural habitat of wildlife, you may get an opportunity to watch and photograph wildlife like, blackbuck, chinkaras, peacock, etc.
The highlight of this activity is, visiting the Sam Sand Dunes located around 40 km from Jaisalmer. Explore the Sand Dunes on a camel's back and witness the spectacular sunset behind the Golden Desert & let the place itself take you to its mesmerizing heights.
Enjoy evening Boat Ride on the beautiful Lake of Pichola. This is an artificial freshwater lake fringed with marvelous hillocks, gardens, Havelis, ghats, and temples. The scenic beauty of serene Pichola adds to the beauty of Udaipur city. The boat ride on Lake Pichola is amazing and provides a marvelous view of the lake, and the mountains in the city.
Lake Pichola also presents some of the most important historical monuments dotted along the lakeside or submerged within the lake.
In the evening we will proceed to watch the “Kathakali” dance. Kathakali is one of the major forms of classical Indian dance. It’s a treat to witness the strength and vigor of Kathakali dance drama, as it enacts episodes from great Indian epics.
Out of all other Indian dance forms, Kathakali has the most elaborative costuming, consisting of face masks, painted faces, and splendid costumes. The uniqueness of this dance form is its extremely stylized gestures of all-male dancers, which recreates an incomparable sense of pageantry.
Kumarakom and Alappuzha (Alleppey) are the top backwater destinations for anyone looking for houseboat cruises in Kerala. The backwaters here are very calm and inviting and the journey through the Vembanad Lake, the biggest of the lakes in Kerala, is, no doubt, a magical experience. The cruises include food being served in the houseboat itself which includes special Indian Kerala dishes, Kerala recipes, and Kerala cuisines.
Periyar Tiger Reserve is the best example of nature's bounty, with scenic beauty and rich bio-diversity. You will enjoy a Boat Ride in "Periyar Tiger reserve", Thekkady as boat cruises are the best option to explore this reserve.
Sprawled over an area of 777 sq. km, Periyar is among 27 tiger reserves in India, which is zealously guarded and efficiently managed.
On the glittering water of the river Ganges, one can have the pleasure of a ravishing boat ride on its beautiful Ghats, while listening to the soulful music of Sitar. Besides the other major Ghats on the river Ganges, a few of the best Ghats where you can roam around, on small boats are the Ghats of Barnasangam, Panchganga, Dattatreya, Kedar, Scindia, and Harishchandra.
Varanasi is a sacred place where every evening a ritual is performed on the banks of River Ganga known as "Aarti". It is a very auspicious Hindu ritual in which we offer our prayers (traditional Hindi song) to numerous gods like Lord Shiva, Ganges, Surya (Sun), Agni (Fire), etc. The Guru or the Master, with his devotees, sing the prayers along with the lighting of the small lamps. The whole experience is awe-inspiring. The view is splendid and the positive vibrations are so inspirational that, it is difficult to express them in mere words.
Proud to its geographical diversity, India could be toured throughout the year. Whereas winter months from October till March are the best time to travel to Northern India and even monsoon is the best time to visit for enjoying the rain on the hills or plains in the South for Ayurveda therapies. For wildlife experience, April, May, and June months are the best time to tour National Parks in India as it is the time when opportunities for sighting Bengal tigers are best.
Winter months are excellent for wildlife spotting. Summer months from April till July are best for treks, hiking, and adventure to visit Ladakh. With our collection on the best time to visit in India as per season, know where to plan your holiday and things to do in that season if you are planning to explore India.
The monsoon in India starts in June and lasts until September. It’s a fascinating concept to those travelers arriving from milder climate zones. People then think the monsoon is anything from a regular drizzle to short but heavy rainfalls to tropical storms and winds. But India is a big country with many climate zones and since the monsoon develops uniquely in different areas of India.
However, we won't hide anything from you, it rains a lot! Not like a British drizzle or the one rain for a few minutes you get in Southeast Asia. It can rain for days and massively in the tropical areas of the west shoreline and the north of India. The cities have a poor drainage system and so the streets flood at a faster pace during monsoons. Therefore, it is the best time to visit Southern India.
Even though it can sometimes be really bothersome and it might not be the perfect time to visit India, there are advantages to this season. The real world comes to life; dry brownish grasslands and forests become rich and green, the farmers embrace the season with abundant productivity, as well as waterfalls look beautiful.
Many travelers avoid visiting India in the monsoon, which means you get a lot of the scenes to yourself. Moreover, it’s the best time in India to visit for budget-conscious backpackers who like to get the most of their money spent. Many hotels offer their rooms at a less price, often half the cost matched to other months.
In this season, you can travel everywhere as you are both physically and mentally prepared. Some areas nevertheless are more pleasant than others. Kerala and Goa get a lot of rain and moisture. We’d advise bypassing the coastlines. Beaches drop their charm and powerful currents make swimming unsafe. So it’s the most suitable time to hit the countryside and gorgeous hill stations. Munnar, Wayanad, Thekkady, and even the Dudhsagar Waterfall Hike in Goa are great places. Ooty in Tamil Nadu is very prevalent among national tourists to escape from the heat of their cities.
If you want to avoid the monsoon all together and experience the mountain landscapes, Ladakh might be the most suitable place for you. The region possesses breathtaking views and big hikes. It’s called the cold desert as the only shower here is of snow. July and August are the perfect ideal times to explore.
As compared to other states in India, Rajasthan witnesses very little rainfall every year, and some rural parts of the state don’t even witness rain once during the entire season, particularly in the Thar Desert. With a wide range of heritage hotels, you will also notice a downfall in their prices during this time, which makes it a great time to visit Rajasthan.
From mid-March, until the monsoon begins towards the end of June, as well as October and November, it can get very hot. In the middle and flat parts of India, temperatures rise to 45 to 50 degrees Celsius.
But that shouldn’t prevent you from hitting India. In fact, it gives you an excellent chance to travel to the northern region and southern regions or rather the mountains of India.
Summer in India is an ideal time to visit the Himalayas or the northeastern part of India. You can experiment with the religious haven of Rishikesh, which rests on the banks of the Ganges River. You can even tour the expatriated Dalai Lama in Dharamshala. British hill stations like Darjeeling or Shimla are great to visit, while thrill-seekers can hike in different regions of North India. Ladakh becomes accessible by June.
All along the western coastline encompasses the extensive 1600km long Western Ghats mountain range. It includes stunning hill stations, a diversity of flora and fauna, and forest and nature reserves that address it the much-justified validation of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wayanad, Munnar, Coorg, and Conoor are some of the areas you can hit to escape the heat
Every time you move from the plains and enter the mountainous regions within the summer months, you instantly feel the shift in temperature and air quality. Considering off-season for tourism in India begins in April, you’ll now save considerably on hotel bookings.
Summers in India ensures clear blue skies, a wonderful golden hour, be it morning or evening
The most suitable time to visit India, and henceforth when the tourist season starts, is from November to the commencement of March. This is when India stands regularly average temperatures in the south, central, and the smooth parts of North India and cold weather and difficult ways in the far north.
If you plan your vacation during this time, it is most satisfying to book at least three months in advance to get the most competent pick of hotels at reasonable rates and hassle-free train reservations. The prime tourist destinations such as Agra, Rajasthan, Goa, and Kerala get truly crowded. During Christmas and New Year, especially in Goa, the place is packed with domestic as well as foreign tourists.
India can be a little terrifying, very busy, and slightly confusing at times. It will take you some time to adapt to the hyper energy of this bewildering place and to discover how to stay healthy, safe, and sound. However, although India is not the most peaceful place to visit – it is one of the most satisfying. It offers some truly exceptional and amazing sights that are unlike anything else in the world. It also possesses delicious food, warm, incredible nature, and charismatic people and a vibrant cultural heritage that is pleasurable.
So, in order to assist you, here are tips for solo travelers in India that you should know before you hit the country.
When you initially arrive in India, it is practically guaranteed that you will experience cultural events. There is no use of arguing. Instead, prepare yourself and accept that things will not be the same as you are used to backing home. Try to open your brain and leave your expectations at home.
Although India’s significant cities like Delhi and Mumbai can be interesting, it is also important to go farther from the cities and visit some of India’s villages. The pace of life will be more moderate, the air will be clearer and you’ll get a distinct insight into Indian culture.
If you want your phone to be in operations while traveling around India will make things so much more comfortable. You will be capable of lookup routes on Google Maps, read reviews before visiting a restaurant, shooting check out travel websites on the go for advice and scam warnings, and a lot more. When you land, getting a SIM card with data for your phone should be one of your priorities.
At many of the temples and mosques, you may be compelled to make a donation or to purchase a sacred offering. For instance, a holy man might put a red dot on your forehead or clothe a string around your wrist, then ask you for cash.
Many guests feel urged into doing this, as they don’t want to be impolite of the local religion. However, you don’t feel like, don't do it. If it sounds like the cost would be very expensive for a local to do, it is apparently not a real spiritual offering but just a way of making money from tourists.
Some travelers, if they are sick, will overlook the problem and hope they get better because they are afraid to go to a social pharmacy. However, this just means that your sickness will be growing worse for no good reason, as there is nothing to be frightened of.
When you go to the pharmacy in India you will realize that they are affordable and friendly. You will be able to get antibiotics or any other medicines you need, often without a prescription. If you need to consult a doctor, it will usually be very affordable and of good quality.
While you are exploring India you will seemingly notice that the locals have a specific way of waggling their head back and forward as an answer. It’s not related as a nod up and down for yes, or a nod from side to side for no. It’s a gesture that doesn’t subsist in the West, so it can be quite disturbing. The Indian nod can have a lot of definitions depending on the meaning that it is used in.
Indian cuisine is world-famous because, despite non-vegetarian dishes, they have a variety of vegetarian dishes too. Most Indians are vegetarian and vegetarian food prepared in India is healthy, diverse, fresh, and tasty. Many travelers prefer to eat vegetarian during their vacation because it reduces your risk of becoming sick from terribly prepared meat.
In several parts of India cutlery is not practiced. You eat curry by folding over a piece of naan bread, using it to dip or pinch some rice and curry, and then putting it into your mouth. This needs a little practice, but it deserves giving it a try! However, never eat with your left hand as in India this is the one used to clean yourself after using the toilet and it is seen as inappropriate and unclean.
This is a tip that suits almost everywhere in the world. Whenever you are purchasing items or spending on something, make sure that you verify your change and count it correctly. It occurs very often that someone will make a “blunder” and give you back the incorrect amount of change.
You certainly shouldn’t travel anyplace without travel insurance and India is no exemption. If you get sick or injured, any medical treatment you require will be included in your insurance and reimbursed. Some insurance policies will also incorporate you for lost luggage, theft, cancellations, and anything else that can go awry during your trip. This will give you peace of mind comprehending that no matter what occurs you will be taken care of.
Except for citizens of neighboring Nepal and Bhutan, all other travelers need a visa for India, The Indian government has introduced electronic visas for citizens of most countries. It is available for a period of one-month, one-year, and five-year. The e-visas are available for tourism, business, medical, and conference purposes.
Visitor can apply for E-Visa application on this link - https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/evisa/tvoa.html
Generally, it takes around two to four days to get an Indian e-visa provided all the submitted documents are correct and the Indian Embassy does not require any other document.
Currently, 11 countries have visa on arrival access for India. Name of these countries is Cambodia, Finland, Japan, Laos, Luxembourg, Myanmar, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, and Vietnam.