India Holidays, the cradle of civilisation Experience Indian Ocean Holidays
India has a vastness that challenges the imagination. For this reason we have divided it into north and south. Both experiences offer a magical land with vibrant colour and seductive images for every traveller.
In the south is Kerala, often referred to as God’s own country. It’s a tropical paradise far from the tourist trail, sandwiched between the tall mountains and the deep sea. The tall exotic coconut palm dominates the landscape here. In the North you will find the world-renowned Taj, the spiritual Varanasi and the lake-studded Srinagar.
History and Culture
India is home to one sixth of the world’s population and as such their manners and communication with one another form an important part of this rich culture. India is the home of four major religions of the world. With an unparalleled magnitude of cultural diversity not seen anywhere else in the world, India is truly a unique nation of its own.
Places of Interest
The most frequently visited part of India is the Golden Triangle. A tour here provides the perfect opportunity for visiting three of the most fascinating cities of India; Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. It is also one of the most popular travel packages of India. However, if you’re looking for a more laid back beach style holiday, head for the palm fringed beaches in Southern India.
When visiting this vast and magnificent country, whether it’s for the first time or you’ve been many times before, the best way to explore it is with a tailor made tour. This can incorporate the vast array of palaces, monuments and temples, the Golden Triangle, the luxurious accommodation and the beautiful palm fringed beaches. India is the ideal destination for a trekking holiday, offering everything from short and easy excursions to the long challenges of the snowy peaks. Most large hotels now have swimming pools, and there are facilities for a wide range of water sports including sailing, rowing and water-skiing.
The climate of India comprises a wide range of weather conditions across a large geographic area. India’s unique geography strongly influences its climate and this is very true of the Himalayas in the north and the Thar Desert in the northwest. The Himalayas act as a barrier to the to the colder winds so the north of India is warmer and only mildly cold during winter. Although the Tropic of Cancer - the boundary between the tropics and subtropics - passes through the middle of India, the whole country is considered to be tropical.
Our preferred partners are Jet Airways & Sri Lankan Airlines
All foreign nationals, including children, require a visa to enter India
Main Language is Hindi. English is widely spoken
VISA to India
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