Whether it�s your first or fifteenth time to the country, India offers a bewildering choice of experiences. Would you to prefer to focus on one region or type of landscape? The dusty north, mountainous north-east or tropical south? Or sample several in one trip?
Let us plan all that and You just enjoy..
In India we are blessed with some stunning and diverse geographical terrain. A desert holiday, a beach holiday, an island holiday, a mountain holiday, a wildlife holiday, a lush green plains and backwaters holiday each or a combination of them are possible when you visit India. Most of the trips we plan include one-two-or even sometimes three geographical elements. You can rarely escape history/culture and places of worship in India. Indeed, almost all our trips include elements of the same.
Even if your trip is short/and you do not visit multiple regions you will still have different experiences within the same holiday.
October to march is the main season for travel in India. Even within this December and January is absolutely peak time. So if you want to avoid hordes of tourists and still enjoy great weather October/November or February/March is the best time to visit.
The monsoons in India begin in June and go on till September. They bring with them beautiful landscapes, lush green hills and lots of rainfall. If you looking at travelling from June to September we would recommend heading to the north of India. (Or braving a rain-drenched but serenely green and pretty South India)
When you plan your holiday during this time, it is best to book at least three months in advance to get the good pick of hotels and easy access to train reservations.
India is a great value for money travel destination. India as a country entertains travelers with different budgets and it can please all pockets. Accommodation can range from simple backpacker dorms to incredible high-end hotels, and some very interesting mid range hotel options. Most importantly you can find delicious meals that fill your stomach but do not empty your wallet. All in All India can offer you a great travelling experience in a modest budget. Of course if you do have the taste for luxury, India can indulge you at every level.
Foreigners are often charged more than Indian citizens for entry into tourist sites and there could be additional charges for still/video cameras. Bigger cities especially Mumbai hotel tariffs are a lot higher than other parts of India. And costs of hotels etc go up during season time from Nov to January. Eating out in India can range from simple street food and roadside eateries Rs40 (1$ or 40 eurocent) to fancy high end fine dining options at INR 1500 -2000. (This does not include shopping and other misc costs that you may incur)
Most important when planning your trip to India is to consider the visa requirements for your country. And it is best to apply at least a month before you plan to travel to India. Just to avoid any last minute hassles and remain stress free.
Where to apply for a visa?
Please apply for your Indian visa in the Indian embassy of your hometown; If you need a multiple entry visa please do not forget to mention that in your application form.
How long does the application process need?
1. If you apply via post it might take 2- 3 weeks.
2. If you take your application to the authority directly it can be done within one week.
Your maximum stay in India always depends on your visa type, It might be that different countries have slightly different requirements for the visa application.