India Holidays

India provides you travel opportunities of all kinds, of all forms, and for everyone. Our company in co-ordination with our offices in India believes in presenting India in a way that is quite unique, unexplored, and unhindered. We want to show you the possibilities that are immense and unending. We help you explore the deserts, take chances and trek through the Himalayas, bask under the glory of sun god and relax on the golden beaches, hunt the tigers 'with cameras' and make wild friends in the rain forests, travel on the top of world's oldest working locomotive, or face the force of rapids and go for the river rafting on the wild rivers. We will provide you all the facilities whilst you are on your personal journey - the journey of a lifetime. Believe us when we say, Possibilities are Unlimited - You only need your imagination to find them and guts to live them.

If you're looking for the Holiday of a lifetime and wondering about a tour to India, we have the answers to all your questions.
With a complete tour plan of some of the most desired destinations in India, we ensure that your tour of India will be a truly memorable vacation in India.
Be enthralled by the pristine beauty of the Taj Mahal, wander through the forts and palaces of Rajasthan, ride a camel across the sand dunes, relax on the sun-kissed beaches of Goa, unwind in the resorts of Kerala, meditate in the verdant foothills of the mountains, gaze at the snow-capped Himalayas, go whitewater rafting on a swift-flowing river, watch a tiger in the wild, marvel at the monuments and customs of a land where tradition and modernity coexist… Come experience the magic that is tours to India.
  • Capital: New Delhi

  • Population: 1,000,000,000

  • Languages: Hindi, English and 22 regional languages

  • Currency: Indian Rupee (Rs)

  • Religion: 80% Hindu, 14% Musilm, 2,4% Christian, 2% Sikh, 0,7% Buddhist, 0,5 % Jains


>It is best to visit Indian plains during cooler months from November to March.
>For a visit to mountainous regions of India, the months of April to October are better suited.

Accommodation in India
Individual or group booking in any hotel of any category and in any part of Indian subcontinent can be provided instantly. Owing to our very good connections with the hotels in almost every part of the country, we are always in a position to offer very lucrative discounted rates to our clients.

Indian Currency
Indian currency comes in the form of paper notes and coins. Paper notes are called Rupees (Rs) and only 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 rupees are available. Where as coins are called paise and there are coins of 5,10,20,25 and 50 paise and Rs. 1, 2 and 5. One Indian Rupee is equivalent to 100 paise. Information on current exchange rates is easily available at banks. You can get your money exchanged at international airports. While travelling to India, you must carry with you some cash in Indian currency and Travellers’ cheques. When it comes to foreign currencies, US dollar is accepted more. If you are travelling with cash, bank notes and travellers’ cheques amounting to US $ 2,500 or equivalent in any other currency, you do not need to submit declaration form at the time of entering India but for US $ 10,000 you certainly have to. Besides banks, there are many authorized local money exchangers in most of the regions of India. Banks and international airports offer 24 hours money exchange facilities through their ATM service. From Monday to Friday banks in India remain open for visitors from 10 am to 2 pm and on Saturday from 10am to 12 noon. Money can be transferred to India by foreign banks with branches in India and also with Indian banks with branches abroad such as the State bank of India, Bank of Kathmandu, Bank of Baroda and many more. Majority of International banks have their branches in many parts of India. Hotels, restaurants, shopping malls and emporiums accept credit cards. American Express, mastercards, Dinner club and Visa are more acceptable.

Food and Health
>Indian cuisine is a tad too spicy for European and American taste buds. Indulge in the gastronomical delights only if you have the stomach for it. Also, there are plenty of non-spicy cuisines and delicacies to choose from.
>You may occasionally need insect repellent cream. If you are allergic to dust, be
sure to carry medication with you. Sunscreen is another must-have.

Water in India
While traveling to India, you must stay physically fit and healthy to have the best travel experience. For this, you need to be very caution and conscious about what you drink and eat. As you must be very aware of the fact that most of the diseases are transmitted through water, therefore you must drink only safe water. Never drink tap water for it is very harmful for your health. You must purchase bottled/branded mineral water from reputed shops. Prior to purchasing mineral water bottles, always check the seal cap, labels and expiry date. Reputed hotels and restaurants provide good drinking water. You must strictly avoid drinking water from roadside carts and vendors. If you are travelling in rural areas, you may not get to drink safe water. In such case, it is very advisable to carry with you iodine tablets or solution. On mixing the iodine tablets or solution with water in right proportion, you get the best drinking water. But there are shops, guest houses, lodges and eateries in rural villages that provide boiled and filtered water for drinking. Nevertheless, you must be very aware and cautious about the risks involved with drinking water in India.

Smart Shopping
>Bargaining is the norm in local bazaars selling products without a written price. Resist the urge to buy without comparing prices from shops selling similar stuff.
>Be wary of roadside peddlers trying to sell you semi-precious and precious gems and jewelry. Visit state emporia and the Central Cottage Industries Emporia (most major cities have one) for fixed prices and a fair idea of the cost with a regular dealer.
>Trading in ivory, fur, animal skins, antiquities and the like is illegal. If you must have it, obtain a certificate of legitimate sale and permission for export before leaving the country.

Social Decorum
>Public display of affection is not appreciated and neither is public nudity unless perhaps one is at a beach.
>One is expected to cover the head before entering a religious place such as a temple or mosque.
>Ask for permission before clicking pictures of women and religious complexes. Some places charge for taking pictures while it is prohibited at a few places as

Do’s and Don’ts
>Do carry attested photocopies of your travel documents and keep the originals in a safely locked baggage.
>Do fill up a Currency Declaration Form along and a Disembarkation Card besides making an oral declaration of the luggage you are carrying.
>Do not smoke in public places.
>Do not give money to beggars.