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Tours to India open up a world of opportunities for the traveler in you. This vast country with incredible cultural diversity and inspiring geographical features offer a plethora of travel experiences. Right from the soaring Himalayas to the tiny emerald of Goa and palm-fringed backwaters of Kerala, India, with its diversity, could keep even the most selective of travelers on their toes.

Experience the power of great faiths, re-discover yourself in the mighty Himalayas, feel like royalty in Rajasthan - the land of Maharajas, travel to the iconic symbol of love - the Taj Mahal in Agra or experience the echoes of the Raj era. Indulge yourself in an intoxicating holiday in India, an experience that we promise will remain etched in your memories forever.

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India provides some of the most memorable holidays. Tour Packages in India offer cherished experiences of a lifetime. A visit to any of the top travel destinations in India is sure to enamor your hearts. Enjoy the tours in India with family and friends or with your partner by booking with only the best Destination Management Company in India.

Be it a beach vacation, an outing in the hills, wildlife exploration, cruise on the backwaters, relaxing with Ayurveda, Adventure Luxury trains, insight into local culture, or enjoying heritage, there are innumerable choices while you book your India tour packages.

While making plans for a visit to India, you need not worry as we, Indian Holiday Pvt. Ltd. (IHPL), are here to help you. Not only are we one of the leading Destination Management Companies (DMC) in India, but our team is also led by professionals boasting 300+ man-years in terms of cumulative travel experience. We are duly recognized by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India as an authorized inbound travel agent and have been awarded two National Tourism Awards in recognition of our contribution to the tourism industry.

There's a lot more to IHPL than just being a DMC in India. Most of the other companies might see and treat you as clients – we won't! We see you as our guests, and being your hosts, we take it upon us that even the minuscule details are well taken care of. For example, we will ensure your wife gets the carnations you want to be sent to your room on your anniversary. Or that the car that picks you up from the airport has provisions for a bassinet seat since you're traveling with your infant. Or that the hotel you stay in removes all nuts from the snack bowl in your room since you're allergic to them.

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About India

India, with its irresistible charm, evokes wanderlust. To experience India is a delight. The country leaves you spoilt for choice by offering a multitude of options to indulge in. Go to scale the heights of the Himalayas or simply bask in the sunshine along the popular beaches in Goa. Sing the praises of the River Goddess along with the priests in saffron-colored attire performing Ganga Aarti in Varanasi.

There is history, modernity, age-old architecture, erotic temples, toy train rides, haunted places, revered pilgrimage sites, and whatnot! From enthralling wildlife to serene backwaters, you will be mesmerized by each and everything you witness here. Visiting India catapults you straight into a nation that is nothing less than a kaleidoscope of experiences and colors.

Discover yourself while getting lost in India: From spirituality to traditions, India is infused with a number of things to explore. Wandering in the streets of the iconic cities unfolds the nation's many faces. The smell of Desi Ghee in 'Paranthe Wali Gali' in Chandni Chowk evokes the foodie in you. Furthermore, the bustling Kinari Bazaar in Agra or Khari Baoli, Asia's largest spice market, fascinates all your senses.

The colonial charm of the boulevards in Pondicherry reminds you of France. The true gist of India is quite prevailing in the cities of Rajasthan. Hang out with the locals, listen to the 'Dadi-Nani ki Kahani', and soak-in different cultures; the options abound. The chaos of the vendors mixing with the sounds of joyful children playing 'Gully Cricket' or 'Gilli Danda' will surely appeal to you. Each city in India flaunts its own color and presents the vibrant nation in a distinctive way.

The Call of the Wild: Owing to a number of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, India echoes with roars of lions. At the same time, the whimsical chirping of the birds wins many hearts. The joy of finding one-horned rhinoceros in Kaziranga is simply magical. Feel the adrenaline rush when they watch the Royal Bengal tiger, the national animal of India while delighting in a wildlife safari.

Wildlife Experience in India is second to none. The country grabs the interest of many while enticing them to leave behind the city rush and live a few days in the jungle again. The ethereal charm of the Pench National Park will make you relive the childhood your spent while listening to the stories of Mowgli. Delve into the natural beauty and delight in knowing about India's beautiful, exotic, endangered creatures in their natural habitat.

Glimpse of aristocratic opulence: Dominated by matchless grandeur, India welcomes those who want to collect memories, not trips. Be it traveling aboard Indian luxury trains or exploring the magnificent forts and palaces; everything is remarkably different. No wonder India is a country where luxury comes in various shapes and sizes. Here, you will definitely get a little more than ordinary to treat yourself.

Ornate Havelis in Shekhawati, matchless comforts of the heritage hotels, and sumptuous dining amidst enchanting environs will cast a spell on you. Then there are luxury cruises that have redefined the way of traveling. How does spending a night in the floating palace or sailing over the azure waters on your own private yacht sound? Glamping in Ladakh is some sort of a blessing in disguise for an extra-pampered soul.

Walk through pages of history: A multitude of ancient monuments testify to the chivalry of the royal past of India. The vast country boasts the oldest cities, temples, and more, making it a paradise for history buffs. Steeped in age-old tales, legacies, and traditions, the nation is packed with charming mosques, resilient forts, and streets enjoying cultural importance.

Watching the Kalbelia dance performance or the art of the traditional brass and copper craft of utensil making leaves you awestruck. These are included on the UNESCO's Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage. Not only this, even the cities like Fatehpur Sikri and Ahmedabad are the country's pride. Also, many of the monuments act as mesmerizing backdrops for a few performances, which present a visual retreat.

Get a taste of adventure: If you're among those who love taking the fun quotient to the next level, then India is for you. So go trekking, take up the challenge to walk on the Frozen Zanskar River, and savor the bird's eye view of the town with hot air ballooning. The list of insane adventurous things to do in India is endless.

Satiate your adrenaline rush with river rafting. Enter into a real world of adventure with exciting water sports in Goa and feel the thrill. In addition to this, the beguiling underwater world of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands awaits to be discovered. From Skiing and bungee jumping to caving, everything promises to keep your spirits high. Have the guts to try flying fox, skydiving, dune bashing, and paragliding which are surely for the faint-hearted?

Pamper your soul with Yoga and Ayurveda: Cradle to the Ayurveda, the ancient science of life; India makes rejuvenation a memorable affair. Hailed as the world's oldest health care system, Ayurveda is bliss for mind, body, and soul. For over 5,000 years, the practice has been helping people attain long life, positive health, natural beauty, and holistic well-being. Soothe yourself with bespoke Ayurvedic treatments and relaxing therapies inspired by authentic rituals.

Offering an ideal escape from the mundane lifestyle, India has been serving mankind for a long time. Bestowed with iconic spas and Ayurveda resorts, the country helps to swipe away all your worries. Not only this, Ayurveda and yoga, along with Meditation, go hand in hand. We bet there is nothing better than meditating amidst serene environs along the banks of River Ganga.

India is blessed with a number of pilgrimage sites: A divine sojourn gives you the answers to most of your queries. Besides attaining spiritual enlightenment, a pilgrimage to any sacred site helps you attain nirvana. Even the foreigners can't resist themselves deluging in the devotion of Lord Krishna. Witness them smearing Chandan on their forehead and dancing deliriously while chanting 'Hare Rama, Hare Krishna'.

Apart from all this, India is a country where the revered Char Dhams share space with much treasured twelve Jyotirlingas. From 51 Shaktipeethas of the Goddess to the awe-inspiring monasteries of the Lord Buddha, India is the abode of all. From times immemorial, the unwavering faith of the devotees is apparent in the oddest rituals, festivals, hallowed prayers, etc. The aroma and fumes of Hawan Yajna are believed to make the environs and soul pure. Not only this, the nation offers many worship places to the followers of Christianity, Sikhism, Islam, and almost every religion.

Get charmed by sailing across the tranquil backwaters: India has one more enticing feature: the backwaters. Your handcrafted India tour packages must include exploring the backwaters in Kerala and Goa. Palm-fringed, verdant and graceful, these backwaters are unique in their own ways. India's answer to the refreshing canals in Thailand, these natural wonders are better explored on exquisitely crafted houseboats known as kettuvallams. The houseboats showcase a fantastic blend of contemporary and traditional luxury.

Cruise on placid waters, wake up to the chirping of the birds, and treat your eyes to the scenic views. The beautiful labyrinth of backwaters is so extraordinary to the 'God's Own Country'. Cherishing the boat ride at the time of sunset or under the moonlight is an experience of a lifetime.

Celebrate romance: Overlooking evocatively from the banks of River Yamuna, the iconic Taj Mahal is rightly titled as an epitome of love. As interesting as this one of the Seven Wonders of the World is its legend. If not this, how about surprising your beloved with a romantic underwater proposal. To make it extra special, go for a boat ride on the surreal lakes during sunset or sunrise.

Make your honeymoon ecstatic at a destination like Munnar or any hill station in India. Make a promise of togetherness, cherish 'We' time and complete privacy you both have been seeking for a long time. With the love of your life by your side, every moment you spend in India will help you curate memories of a lifetime.

Beaches in India cast a spell: A heaven for beach holiday lovers, India leaves you satisfied and surprised by its coastal beauty. Head to any beach holiday destination, tie a hammock and just relax. Or, if you want to appease the adventure junkie in you, try your hands at the enthralling water sports. Finally, if accompanied by your better half, go for a walk on the golden sand hand in hand. To put it in a nutshell, the beaches in India offer an eclectic mix of anything that you want.

Innumerable factors urge you to visit beaches. You can be here for dramatic sunsets, soak in the beauty, fun-filled moments, basking in the sunshine, or everything else. Party all night, shop at the flea markets, observe the shack life and sip on fresh coconut water. Worry not! There are a number of enchantments that can keep you on your toes.

Golden sand, the charm of folk tunes, interesting legends and you: The spellbinding allure of the Great Indian Desert recreates the magic of the Arabian Nights. A sparkling gem in the crown of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer adds colors to your imagination of the memorable holidays. Be it exciting camel safaris or challenging dune bashing, you can partake in all of them. However, the culture and traditional warmth dominate the city and overwhelm you.

From bonfires to stargazing, each experience is an unforgettable delight. Even when you are taking a well-deserved break, waking up early does have its advantages. You can feel the same as you witness the rising sun painting the sky and the entire Rann of Kutch in different hues. Another critical point to note about India is that the country boasts about a cold desert as well, and the name is Ladakh. So, embark on a quest to discover how varied the sands of land can be.

Innumerable reasons to celebrate: India celebrates New Year in 12 different ways and Holi in more than 5 distinctive manners. Such is the diversity of India. From the birth of Lord Krishna to the marriage of Lord Shiva, India celebrates it all with equal enthusiasm and zeal. Here, festivals are not just celebrations; these are a true manifestation of the rich tradition and culture.

From Diwali to Christmas and from Gurupurab to Eid-Ul-Fitr, every fiesta in the heart of every Indian and visitor to the country. There are dance festivals, harvest festivals, fiesta for the arrival of Gods, their farewell, the festival of kinship, and much more. Marked by masked dances, rigorous fasting, elaborate costumes, remarkable expressions, and whatnot! Every saga has a different tale to tell.

Savor the aroma of the verdant tea plantations: Ditch hot chocolate and sip on freshly brewed tea. Stroll amidst the scenic tea plantations and let the fragrance of the tea leaves blow away your senses. Nowhere else will you find 'Tea-positive' people. But, what is more interesting to note is how this refreshing drink reaches our kitchens.

Exploring the tea plantations gives you detailed insights into what goes to make a perfect cup of tea. Learn about how the tea is grown. Observe the tea puckers singing joyfully and carefully flipping the handpicked leaves into the basket tied behind them. Visit the tea factories and grab a chance to stay at a tea estate. For any tea lover, Assam, Munnar, and Darjeeling are must-visit destinations in India.

Taste the flavors of Indian cuisines: Culinary tours promise you authentic tastes of Indian delicacies. To start with, enjoy a hearty breakfast with idlis, aloo parantha, Mysore dosa, Upma, poha, etc. Then, treat your taste buds with the main course like Daal Baati Churma, Chole Bhature, Butter Chicken, Rogan Josh, etc. Club it with lassi or Mawa Kachori, and you are good to go!

In the evening, satiate your hunger with lip-smacking snacks like Samosa, Paneer Tikka, Pizza, Burger, and there is a lot more. For dinner, you can spare Malai Kofta, Navratan Korma, Tandori Chicken, Dal Makhni, or fish. End the day with desserts like ice cream, Rosh Gulla, rabri or kullad wali kheer, or tile wali kulfi. Already drooling, right?

If not in India, where else will you find such a vast variety to keep your spirits high.

How to Book Your Holidays in India?

Booking a tour at is quick, simple, and effective. Most of our pages feature an elaborate inquiry form where you can mention your email, list some essential tour specifics or even jot down a question. That's it! Our tour expert promptly reverts to your inquiry, and within no time, your tour to India is booked.

FAQs for India Tour Packages Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for India Tour Packages

Q: Which is the best tour package in India?

Ans: If you are a first time traveller, Golden Triangle tour packages are the best tour package in India for a classic introduction to this vast country. Other best tour packages in India include 7 to 12 days Kerala tour, Goa tour, Rajasthan tour, Tamil Nadu tour, Karnataka tour and the Himalayan region that consists of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir & Ladakh and the entire North East region of India.

Q: How much does it cost to tour India?

Ans: Depends entirely on where you are traveling for and your travel style i.e. budget.Sans the flight ticket, a 7 day trip to India can cost you anything between INR 30,000 (USD 410/GBP 300/) to whatever your upper limit is.

Q: How do I plan a trip to India?

Ans: Read our complete guide to planning a trip to India

Q: What should I avoid in India?


  • Do not wear shoes inside a temple or home
  • Do not point your finger or touch anything with your feet
  • Do not wear skimpy clothesDo not show affection in public
  • Do not drink tap water
  • Do not expect everyone to speak English
  • Avoid spicy food in India

Q: How can I travel cheap in India?

Ans: Use public transportation like train for long distance, buses for medium distance and auto rickshaw/tuk tuk for local travel to save money. They are quite safe to travel around in India. Pre-book your hotels/homestays for cheaper accommodation option. Also, plan your visit to destinations well in advance so that you can research about how to reach and where to stay cheaply.

Q: Which are the most spoken languages in India?

Ans: Home to incredible linguistic diversity, India has 22 official languages that are recognized within the Constitution of India. Among them, the most spoken languages in India are:

  • Hindi (Approximately 528 million speakers)
  • Bengali (Approximately 97 million speakers)
  • Marathi (Approximately 83 million speakers)
  • Telugu (Approximately 81 million speakers)
  • Tamil (Approximately 69 million speakers)
Q: Where can I visit ISKCON Temples in India?

Ans: International Society for Krishna Consciousness, more popularly known as ISKCON is a religious organization with 150 temples across the world. The popular ISKCON Temples in India are:

  • ISKCON Mayapur, West Bengal (Headquarter)
  • ISKCON Bangalore, Karnataka (Largest Temple Complex)
  • ISKCON Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh
  • ISKCON East of Kailash, New Delhi
  • ISKCON Mumbai, Maharashtra
  • ISKCON Pune, Maharashtra
  • ISKCON Chandigarh
  • ISKCON Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh
  • ISKCON Surat, Gujarat
  • ISKCON Guwahati, Assam
Q: What are the best places in India to celebrate New Year Eve?

Ans: With rave parties, unrestricted boozing, and a spirit of festivity; New Year is the ideal time to spend time with your friends and family. Here are some super cool places to visit in India to that much-awaited New Year’s Party -

  • Goa
  • Puducherry
  • Mumbai
  • Manali
  • New Delhi
  • Kodaikanal
  • Udaipur
  • Kochi
  • Mcleodganj
  • Kasol
  • Diu
Q: Do I need to follow any dress code while roaming around India?

Ans: There is no dress code for tourists in India while traveling. However, it is advisable to wear sober clothes and cover yourself, especially in small or religious towns.

  • To be respectful towards Indian traditions and ward off any unwanted attention, dress modestly.
  • It is important to cover the head in temples, and knees and shoulders should be covered.
  • You can wear long skirts, pants, trousers, t-shirts, and shirts. These clothes also help in protecting you from the sunburns and getting tanned.
Q: What are the most popular festivals in India?

Ans: India is a culturally rich country and popular as a land of festivals. The wide variety of festivals celebrates in India with so much enthusiasm. Some of the popular festivals in India are:

  • Diwali – Festival of Lights
  • Holi – Festival of Colors
  • Dussehra – Vijaya Dashmi, Triumph of Good Over Evil
  • Durga Puja – Durgotsav, Festival of Goddess Durga
  • Janmashtami – Birth of Lord Krishna
  • Ganesh Chaturthi – Vinayaka Chaturthi
  • Eid-Ul-Fitr – Marks the End of Ramadan
  • Onam – Harvest Festival of Kerala
  • Pongal – Tamil Harvest Festival
  • Gurupurab – Anniversary of Birth or Death of Sikh Gurus
  • Hemis Festival – Birth of Padmasambhava
  • Lohri – Punjabi Folk Festival
Q: Is it safe to travel to India as a solo female traveler?

Ans: India is safe as well as a good destination for solo female travelers. However, it is advised to avoid venturing out alone after dark except in well-lit tourist areas and be cautious. For accommodation, pick reputed hotels, resorts, or homestays. While traveling alone, always follow your instincts and take safety precautions.

Q: Which vaccinations are recommended before coming to India?

Ans: The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends these vaccinations for travelers to India-

  • Adult diphtheria and tetanus vaccine
  • Hepatitis A vaccine
  • Hepatitis B vaccine
  • Oral polio vaccine (OPV)
  • Typhoid vaccine
  • Varicella vaccine
  • Japanese encephalitis vaccine
  • Meningococcal vaccine
  • Rabies vaccine
  • Yellow fever (YF) vaccine
  • Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR)
  • TDAP (Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis)
  • Chickenpox
  • Shingles
  • Pneumonia
  • Influenza
  • Meningitis’
  • Malaria
  • Dengue fever
Q: Are there any restrictions to visit North Eastern destinations in India?

Ans: Tourists are required to get an Inner Line Permit (ILP) and foreigners are required a Protected Area Permit (PAP) to visit Northeast Indian states. These permits were made compulsory due to ethnic violence and sensitive bordering with Bhutan, China, and Myanmar.

Q: What are the useful tips while traveling in India?

Ans: India can be overwhelming at times. To make the most of an India tour, here are a few useful tips that you need to know -

  • Come with an open mind
  • Learn the art of bargaining
  • Avoid booking taxis from the hotel
  • Beware of pickpockets
  • Don’t wear expensive jewelry
  • Do not carry too much luggage
  • Be patient with people
  • Learn the local language
  • Do not get cheated
  • Keep your passport with you at all times
  • Remove your shoes and at religious places
  • Always buy travel insurance before coming
  • Be safe and have fun!
Q: What is the international telephone code of India?

Ans: The international telephone code of India is 91 followed by a particular number. This allows you to call in India from any other country.

Q: What is the official currency of India?

Ans: Indian Rupee is the official currency of India. Tourists can convert their currency easily at various locations including Indian banks, money exchange centres authorized by Reserve Bank of India, and at airports.

Q: Which months are the best to travel to India?

Ans: India is best explored during the months between October and March. During these months the climate is more likely to be mild, sunny, dry, and cool, which are ideal for sightseeing, and adventure activities. Also, these months in India is considered as the peak tourist season.

Q: Which months are the best to experience the monsoon rain in India?

Ans: The monsoon season in India starts in June and continues till September. The country receives showers in almost every region. Mawsynram, a town in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya, northeastern India receives the highest rainfall in India.

Q: Which are the coldest months in India?

Ans: The year's coldest months are December and January when temperatures average around 10–15 °C in the northwest; temperatures rise as one returns towards the tropics, topping nearby 20–25 °C in the region India's southeast. Summer or pre-monsoon season, continuing from March to May.

Q: What are the best places to experience snowfall in India?

Ans: The best places to encounter snowfall in India are Gulmarg and Sonmarg in Jammu, and Kashmir, Manali, and Mussoorie in Himachal Pradesh, Munsiyari and Auli in Uttarakhand.

Q: Which are the warm destinations in India?

Ans: The warm destinations in India are Mumbai, Kolkata, Kerala, Munnar, Varanasi, Udaipur, Pondicherry, Aurangabad, Goa, Andaman Group of Islands are some of the warm destinations in India. To spend your winter vacations amazing one can opt for these locations. During the winter festivals like Sunburn are organized in a state like Goa and Pune.