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.
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.
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.