Tips to visit India
What I wish to see in India
Traveling to India means diversity of options to choose from. If indulging in a holiday of your choice then check out a few tips given below. It will make planning easier and efficient :-
My First Trip to India - do South India ; more relaxed and less crowded. Arrive at Chennai or Kerala airports and cover the rest of the South in easy five hour bus trips.
I am a Mountain Lover - Arrive in Delhi, head North to Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir and Nepal.
I want to take up a Beach tour - If so plan the itinerary below
1) Arrive in Bombay , visit Goa , then down the west coast along Karnataka, Kerala and back to Mumbai.
2) Arrive in Thiruvananthapuram , Kerala. Spend the holiday in Varkala and Kovalam.
3) Arrive in Kolkata - go to Digha and Puri on the east coast.
To see the entire India plan 4 trips - To really cover India one needs four trips of three weeks each. First trip do the south , second trip do the West that is Maharashtra , Goa , Gujarat and Rajasthan. Third trip the North, fourth trip the East and North East of India.
I want to follow the much sought Golden Triangle tour - Delhi - Agra-Jaipur with stops in between. This is the oldest tourist circuit in India covering some incredible landscapes and a fair amount of history.
I want to have a tour of Buddhist places - Arrive in Delhi and go to Gaya, Leh and then Nepal.
I want a heritage tour with a relaxing beach holiday - Some of the most striking monuments in India are on the Deccan Plateau , covering the south – central area of the country. The ruins of Hampi include such gems as the Vittala Temple, a world heritage monument. This rewarding cultural tour ends with a few days of relaxation in Goa.
Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bijapur, Badami, Hospet, Dandeli, Goa, Mumbai
I want to explore the less explored Heart of India - One can cover the relatively unknown, Madhya Pradesh. This relatively unexplored region features some of the country’s most beautiful temples, colorful villages and dramatic landscapes.
Mumbai, Aurangabad, Dhar, Indore, Bhopal, Orchha, Gwalior, Delhi
I want to take a bicycle tour of the mountains - This inspiring journey explores the Himalayan foothills in Uttarakhand; an area of vast panoramas, delightful villages and hill stations , and mountain slope covered with dense forest.
Delhi, Rishikesh, Chandigarh, Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala, Dalhousie, Amritsar, Delhi