Exploring the Area India is the seventh largest country and the world’s second most populated. The most populous area of India is the fertile plains around the sacred Ganga River; situated below the Himalayas, which mark the northern border in […]
India is the seventh largest country and the world’s second most populated. The most populous area of India is the fertile plains around the sacred Ganga River; situated below the Himalayas, which mark the northern border in spectacular fashion.
New Delhi, the capital, is the main gateway, with flights arriving at Indira Gandhi International airport. On the northeast coast is Kolkata, India’s largest city, major port, and commercial center. Mumbai on the west central coast is another important port and a fairly cosmopolitan city.
Agra is home of the Taj Mahal, considered by many to be the world’s most beautiful building. This exquisite memorial was built by Shah Jahan for his wife. It can be most impressive when viewed by moonlight.
March through May is a dry and often uncomfortably hot period in India. June through September is the notorious monsoon rainy season. The best time to visit is from October to February: The climate in the south ranges from tropical daytime temperatures (mid 80s) to mid 50s at night. Temperatures in the mountainous north are about twenty-five degrees cooler. The Himalayas, of course, can get quite cold.
Delhi, Mumbai and other urban cities have a Metro service, and you can travel by metro or public buses. Some cities still have auto-rickshaws. Taxis are available as well.
There are budget to deluxe accommodations available, with some international chain hotels. India’s domestic chain hotels serve most of the cities including New Delhi, Mumbai, Varanasi and Kolkata. We will accommodate you to some centrally located hotels when you book our India tours.
There are many flights available from Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata. Combining your trip of India with neighboring countries such as Nepal, Bhutan, and even Tibet, China is fairly easy.
Indian foods and sweets are popular all over the world especially naan breads and tandoori meats. . There is a big variety of spices used in Indian cooking! McDonald’s, KFC, and other western fast food chains are found in major cities of India. Western cuisine is available in major hotels.
All travelers to India need a visa in advance. Visa can applied online going here.
Due to COVID-19 visa is stop processing till 15 April 2021.
Due to COVID-19 travel to India stopped.
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