A vast South Asian Country, seventh largest country by area and the second-most populous democracy in the World. A land of remarkable diversity from Himalayan peaks to Indian Ocean coastline and from ancient traditions and artistic heritage to magnificent landscapes and culinary creations. India speaks for itself as a soul-stirring journey and captures the heart of every tourist. India invites all for a tremendous classical tour at its variant location for various purposes and for different reasons for celebration. India is flourished with so many cultural and geographical diversities, an ideal motivation for India tourism.
Easy Expedition takes the opportunity to make you get acquainted with the glorified treasures of this wonderful ancient country. India has something for everyone – you see many different customs, dress, history, religion food and landscape. There are countless cultural gems to be traveled, from the forts, palaces and mausoleums of the Mughals in colourful state of Rajasthan to the elegant architecture of the British Raj in cities like Mumbai (Bombay), Kolkata (Calcutta) and Delhi – far too many for just one trip.
India is such a fabulous and popular destination: be it a luxury Holiday or an adventure bike trip. Generally, the first exploration includes fascinating Rajasthan, a colorful mélange of massive forts, stunning places and diverse cultures and Taj Mahal, one of the wonders of world.
The completion of this exploration brings you to a tough choice, where to head next? The North West frontier includes Kashmir, considered as a real paradise on Earth and Ladakh, bounded by two of the world’s mightiest mountain ranges, the Great Himalaya and the Karakoram. Indian Himalayas are on the South East and further east is the city of Kolkata, a less explored 350 year old metropolis. Overlooking the Arabian Sea is the city of Mumbai, a mega city driven by power, wealth, glamour and fame.
Whether breathing in the spice-filled air of the outdoor markets, tasting the myriad flavours of local cuisines or letting the eyes takes in the rich green of those famous tea-leaf filled hillsides, a holiday to India is a truly magnificent experience.
India has 35 (27 cultural, 7 natural and 1 mixed) UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which is second highest in Asia and the Pacific region. State of Maharashtra has maximum UNESCO sites.
India is undoubtedly the land of dreams and visitors of this Incredible Country wish to return again and again to explore the true glory of the nation.
Currency of India is Indian Rupees. Import and Export of Indian currency is strictly prohibited. You can exchange money (recommended Sterling Pounds and US Dollar) at the Airport and Hotels. Credit cards are widely accepted.
When travelling to India, you should take more than one means of payment with you (cash, debit card, credit card). Make sure you have enough money to cover emergencies and any unexpected delays.
We recommend checking the weather forecast a few days before you travel. The Indian climate is scorching hot during the summer months. During spring and autumn the days are mild and sunny with cool evenings. Winter is cold in northern India. Most of the rain falls between July and September but not heavy tropical rains like coastal India.
Casual lightweight clothes including a sunhat are recommended throughout the tour. You may also wish to take a warm jacket or jumper for the cooler evenings and the winter season. A pair of sensible shoes suitable for walking is also recommended. Shorts and skimpy tops are not considered suitable when visiting temples and it is also usual to remove your shoes. Sun tan lotion, Insect repellent and Hand sanitizer gel are also recommended.
The voltage in India is 220 volts AC, 50Hz.
Currently, there are no compulsory vaccinations for travel to India however we strongly recommend that you consult with your General Practitioner
Should you require further information, call us or write to us and we would be delighted to help you with your India Travel plans.