Where to stay in India
Stretches of silver sand wet by a rush of blue waters, the sky mirroring the sea below, the strumming of guitars from distant taverns, riverside promenades, white churches resting against green paddy fields and coconut groves, international cuisine with local flavour, sumptuous seafood, exotic fruits and intoxicating local drinks, longer days of sun, sand and seas.
Essential information for India
The peak season for tourism is Nov-Mar when daytime temperatures are warm and nights can be cool. Spring months between Apr-Jun can become very hot as well as summer with high temperatures and rains from Jul-Sep/Oct. The tiger reserves are closed during this time too (Apr-Sep).
From the private beach resorts of Goa to the bustling, culture-rich cities of Rajasthan, spotting magnificent wildlife on safari to exploring the ancient, fairytale-like ruins of Hampi... India is one of those countries that not only lives up to, but far surpasses, every expectation. It’s as intoxicatingly colourful, vibrant and culturally rich as you’ve heard.
This unforgettable country has something to offer every kind of holidayer, so let’s get you started with some of our India holiday highlights:
With all the smells, colours and cultural traditions, where better to sample exciting and exotic foods than on holiday in India?
Of course, this rich and vibrant country is known for its equally colourful festivals, and it’s certainly worth planning holidays to India around one if you can! Most of note…
Itching to get yourself one of our India holidays? We certainly don’t blame you! We’ve handled all the boring bits, so all you need to do is browse our selection of India package holidays and hotels and book today. See you at the airport!