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About India Holidays

India is a land of unparalleled diversity, with something to offer everyone.

From the beaches and temples of Kerala in the south, to the Himalayan peaks and monasteries of Ladakh in the north, India is a feast for the senses. Whatever your interests, there are India holidays for everyone

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Local Language

Hindi is the most widely spoke language in India.


India’s national currency is the Rupee (INR).

Average Flight Time

The average flight time to India from the UK is 10 hrs.

Local Time

India is 4 hrs 30 mins ahead of the UK (GMT+5:30).

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Which is the best place to visit India?

The answer to this question is largely dependent on what you’re looking for in a holiday. India is such a vast and varied country that it really has something for everyone. Beaches and temples, Himalayan peaks and monasteries, there are India holidays for everyone!

You’ll find the best beaches in India in Goa, which is also a great place for nightlife and parties. If you’re looking to escape the crowds and enjoy some India’s natural beauty, head to Kerala where you can explore national parks, take boat trips through mangrove forests and relax on beautiful beaches. For something truly unique, Ladakh in the north of India is an amazing place to visit, with its high altitude lakes, snow-capped mountains and ancient monasteries.

If you’re interested in temples and India’s rich history, there are plenty of places to visit, but a few of the most popular are Delhi, Agra (home of the Taj Mahal) and Jaipur.

Other places in India that are certainly worth visiting include Mumbai, India’s largest city, Chennai (formerly Madras), Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) and Hyderabad.

How much is a holiday in India?

Again, this depends on what kind of holiday you’re looking for. India is a relatively cheap country to visit, but if you want to stay in luxury accommodation and eat at the best restaurants it can be quite expensive.

Generally, a holiday to India will cost between £500 and £2000 per person, depending on how long you’re staying, where you’re going and what kind of standard you want to travel at.

For a more budget-friendly holiday, consider staying in guesthouses or hostels and eating at local restaurants. You’ll still be able to experience all that India has to offer without spending a fortune.

If you’re looking to save even more money, consider travelling during the low season (between April and September). Not only will you find cheaper accommodation and flights, but you’ll also avoid the crowds.

Is India a good family holiday?

India is an excellent choice for a family holiday. Not only will your children be fascinated by the country’s rich history and culture, but there are also plenty of activities to keep them entertained.

India has some amazing national parks where you can go on safari, as well as plenty of beaches and fun theme parks. If you’re looking for a more relaxed holiday, there are also many family-friendly resorts where you can enjoy all the facilities and amenities you need for a comfortable stay.

What's the best time to visit India?

The best time to visit India depends on what you want to see and do.

If you’re interested in India’s beaches and coastal areas, the best time to visit is between October and March when the weather is warm and dry.

If you want to explore India’s national parks, April to June is the best time as this is when most of the animals are out and about.

For a more cultural holiday, October to March is the best time to visit as this is when most of India’s festivals and events take place.

Of course, India is such a vast country that it’s always possible to find somewhere that’s warm and sunny, no matter what time of year it is!

You’ll find the best deals on India holidays in the low season, between April and September. This is also a great time to visit if you want to avoid the crowds.

How long do you need in India?

This depends on what you want to see and do. India is such a vast and varied country that you could easily spend months travelling around and still not see everything.

If you’re only interested in visiting the main cities and attractions, a week or two should be sufficient. However, if you want to venture off the beaten track and explore some of India’s more remote areas, you’ll need at least three or four weeks.

What do I need to know before going to India?

India is an incredible country with so much to see and do. However, there are a few things you should know before you go.

First of all, India is a huge country, so you’ll need to be prepared for long journeys. Make sure you pack plenty of snacks and drinks for the journey, as well as some entertainment such as books or music.

India can be quite a chaotic place, so it’s important to be patient and go with the flow. Don’t expect everything to run according to plan, as this is often not the case!

Finally, India is home to some of the most amazing food you’ll ever try. Be prepared to eat (and eat!) your way around the country!

Is India safe to travel?

India is generally a safe place to travel, but it’s always important to be aware of your surroundings and take precautions against pickpockets and scams.

India is a large country with many different regions, so it’s important to do your research before you travel. Some areas, such as the Kashmir region, are off-limits to travellers due to the current political situation.

It’s also worth noting that India can be quite overwhelming for first-time visitors. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, it’s always best to ask a local for help or advice.

We always recommend getting travel insurance before you go on holiday, and this is especially important when travelling to India. Make sure your policy covers you for all the activities you want to do, such as safari tours and trekking.

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