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Travel Information

Direct flights from the UK to a number of Indian airports: Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Calcutta and Bangalore.

  • Currency: Rupee
  • Time difference: (GMT +5.5)
  • Flight from UK: 9 hours 20 minutes
  • Visa: Not required
  • Language: English, Hindi and multiple local dialects
  • National drink: Chai (tea)
  • National dish: Regional dishes

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Activities in India

With a country as big as India there are many things to see and do that will inspire, entertain and amaze you all at the same time. The natural splendour of the country, from the heights of the Himalayas to the palm fringed shores of the Malabar Coast, is amazing and exploring the more remote regions is hugely rewarding. You can hike through mountains, cycle along pathways, explore ancient civilisations, learn about religions or how to blend spices, you can be pampered in luxury or sleep under the stars in a desert, you can float effortlessly on a houseboat or barter with the best in a bazaar. India has something for everyone, and everyone who visits her shores will remember their precious time there.

Food and Drink

Undoubtedly India’s cuisine is one of the country’s main attractions and a journey to this part of the world will give you an appetite for the many spices and flavours on offer. Each region has it’s own speciality with the rich and hearty dishes of the north giving way the fish curries in the south. Where ever you choose to visit, meal times are central to the way of life and your taste buds will be spoiled for choice. Those who are less inclined to like it spicy are also well catered for as not every dish is laced with fiery chilli.

India’s Attractions

As the birth place of four of the world’s major religions, there is a vast array of cultural attractions to visit in India. The most famous monument to love ever built is the Taj Mahal and it’s beauty is legendary, however there are similar feats of architectural achievement stretching throughout the country. From the Mughal domes in the northern states, to the cave temples at Elora and Ajanta, the concentric walls and pillared temples of Hampi and the soaring towers above the southern Dravidian styled temples, it is difficult not to awe struck by India’s architecture. Wildlife too is prolific and India has some of the most beautiful national parks to explore. If bustling cities are your thing, then the modern metropolises of Mumbai and Delhi have much to offer. Talk to one of our experts to see how India can fulfil your wildest adventures.

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