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Cost of traveling in India

India has many merits as a travel destination: the exciting history and its left behind monuments, the colourful and rich culture, the delicious food. But one of the most important virtues of travelling in India is that it suits all pockets and offers experiences for every type of traveller- from the backpacker with more time than money to the luxury vacationist seeking authentic experiences and maximum comfort. India is foremost an inexpensive travel destination due to its low transportation, accommodation, service and food rates and due to a weak currency. But one doesn't have to stay at hostels and simple BnBs or eat cheap street food as a given. Everything from mid-range boutique to 5-Star-Hotels & Resorts, comfortable 1st class train travel to domestic flights and car with dri....


Is India a child friendly destination

Is India a child friendly destination? If we were to be brutally honest, India would not top the list for being the most child friendly destination to visit in the world, particularly if you’re short on time. There is considerable travel time involved in getting between destinations and regions, and these journeys can often be uncomfortable. Food can be spicy and the stark differences from Western cuisine can be overwhelming. There is also a complete absence of quality amusement parks. On the other hand, if you take the time to pace yourself between destinations, there’s no country more rich with life-affirming experiences than India. Lush, bountiful National Parks where you can catch an elephant or camel ride, camping out in the desert under the stars, Ziplining across the tree....


Our Payments, References ...

India Someday Trip Payment, References and Refunds We request for an advance payment of 300 (USD/Euros/Pounds) upon confirmation of the travel plan, enabling us to start your bookings. The balance.....

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INDIA TRIP PLANNER ̵...

India is a very exciting country to travel to, with an incredible cultural and natural richness. But it is also really vast, extremely different to the western world and can be overwhelming and draini.....


CAR RENTAL, DRIVER SERVIC...

There are multiple ways to get from A to B in India. Depending on the distances and infrastructure of the particular region you can take a train, a bus, a domestic flight or do a car rental with pers.....


Tourist Visa for India...

Update: The duration of stay on e-visa has been increased from 30 days to 60 days with a double entry with effect from April 1st, 2017. The window for application under e-visa scheme has been increase.....


Tipping in India...

We get asked a lot on how much to tip in India at different instances. This can be used as rough guide on how much you should be tipping in India and at which instances.   What should you ti.....


‘Get India Ready...

There are many questions our guests often ask before they travel in India but are not worth an entire article for our Discover India Section. In the following article we are trying to answer as many .....


Backpacking in India R...

India is a dream destination for backpackers! You can easily travel on a low budget and experience a distinctive culture unlike any other. From staying with friendly families in homestays or other bac.....


Best places to visit in I...

One of the first questions you ask yourself when planning a trip to India, is simply: where to go and what are the best places to visit in India? It’s hard to give a brief answer to that question d.....


Best Time to Visit India...

India has a very distinctive climate and a different concept of seasons. While the winters are mostly pleasant with moderate temperatures and almost no precipitation the summer months of April, May, O.....


Train travel in India...

Different classes of Train travel in India The Indian railway system is very complex and demanding. It takes a while to understand its procedures. When you go to purchase a ticket you have several op.....


Tips for a solo female tr...

When you travel across India as a on your own, keep in mind that India is still predominantly a conservative country. The laws protect your security and interests, but these laws are not often well-im.....