One of the oldest civilisations in the world, India is a medley of multicultural experiences. With a rich heritage and numerous attractions, the country is among the most popular tourist destinations in the world. A wonderful mix of traditions, spiritual beliefs and culture, the Indian Subcontinent stretches from the snowy peaks of the Himalayas to the quiet and tranquil backwaters of Kerala, with palm-fringed coastlines and lush green forests in between.
Admire the stunning Taj Mahal in the early morning light, try to spot Royal Bengali tigers on game drives in Ranthambore National Park, wander round the incredible Amber Fort in the pink city of Jaipur and take a rickshaw ride through the narrow backstreets of Delhi.
The ideal way to relax while also taking in some of India’s most famous sights, take a houseboat tour of Kerala’s backwaters. It’s hard to beat cruising through the breath-taking palm-studded lagoons. But, if you looking for some party and beach fun head to Goa, Holiday makers are drawn to Goa for its famous beach parties, clubs and live music scene as well the delicious cuisine, abundant activities.
The best time to visit India is from November to March when you’ll enjoy pleasant warm dry days and low humidity.