Travel Tips To India

General Tips For The Visitors Of India

Tour to India can be amazing for the first-time visitors. As we all know that, the lifestyle and culture is different and unique from the other Countries, so it makes the trip more exciting. I have prepared a list of some important things for memorable and comfortable trip to India. Bharat Dekho with Mohak India tour packages, Discover National Park in incredible India with carefully planned wildlife tour that covers holiday destinations of India.  As we all know that, prevention is always better than cure, so if you are a new visitor in India, then you must keep some important steps in your mind. Mohak India tour packages cover holiday destinations of India. Our holiday India tour packages also include trip to india, india tour packages, tour to india.

The Most Important Things Are:

1. Pick the perfect route

India packs a lot into a vast space, and you will never have time to see it all only on one trip. Think about what interests you, what you like doing and how much time does you have, and tailor your trip accordingly. Be realist about how much you can fit in. Rather than trying to see the whole India, you may get more out of your trip if you heed on the south of the country, or on the north. However, internal flights are abundant and inexpensive so you can hop from north to south if you want a taste of both.

2-The classics: The Main popular India tour is the all-time best classic Golden Triangle. If time is short this is an amazing introduction to three of India’s top destinations, Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, and you can extract it into a week if you don’t mind moving every couple of days. Start in Delhi, with sights with Humayun’s Tomb and the Red Fort, before hit Agra and touring at the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri most beautiful. Then it’s on to Jaipur to explore the most beautiful Pink City and the great fort at Amber, before returning to Delhi’s wonderful Markets for a final enjoyable shopping spree before you fly home.

Religious sites: If it is temples you are after, you will find to them everywhere, but in north and central India, you will be truly spoiled for choice. There is the beautiful Golden Temple in Amritsar, the erotically carved with edifices of Khajuraho, Konark’s rock-carved Sun Temple, and cohorts of slimily hewn milk-white-marble Jain temples in Gujarat and Rajhstan. Temples in the south are something good else again, with big towering, beautiful statue-covered gopuram towers; there are rattling examples at Madurai, Hampi Tiruchirappalli  and Tiruvannamalai.

Mughal magic: Lovers of Islamic architecture will find some amazing monuments in Delhi, home to the Red Fort, the minarets and mosques of the Qutb Minar complex and popular Humuyan’s Tomb. Nearby you can revel in more stunning Mughal splendour at Fatehpur Sikri and Agra, home of the Taj Mahal, before visiting Rajasthan’s delectable collection of Mughal forts, including Jaisalmer, the very vision of an Arabian Nights desert fortress.

Beaches & waterways: Munch yummy bhelpuri on Mumbai’s Girgaum Chow patty beach before drifting south to the sun and sand in Goa. Take your pick of the Goa beaches –Paloleum Vagator, and Arambol are top spots – or try the black sand beaches of Kovalam and Varkala in Kerala, as well as the lesser-known, golden shinning sand in the north of the state. Kerala is also popular for its meandering backwaters, where you can hire a good houseboat or a canoe and let the world glide quietly by. Similarly serene is beautiful Dal lake in Srinagar in amazing Kashmir, where – depending on the security condition –you can see the mountains rise out of the haze from the walnut window frame of a traditionary wooden houseboat.