Your Ultimate Trip to India: The Complete Guide

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Your Ultimate Trip to India: The Complete Guide

Post by priyanka » Sat Oct 12, 2019 6:44 am

There are a number of things you should do before you travel to India, but where to start with it all? This guide will help you get your trip planned and organized in no time at all, and hopefully take some of the stress out of your preparations.

Decide Where You Want to Visit
Deciding where to visit in India is probably the one thing that causes people the most headaches and indecision. India is so vast and varied, it really is difficult to decide where to go, especially if you've got time constraints -- which most people unfortunately do have! Therefore, a guidebook can be invaluable in helping plan your trip to India. A good guide book will provide you with information about each area, as well recommendations about what to see and do. Most people fly into Delhi and explore Rajasthan, particularly the iconic Golden Triangle, and Varanasi.

However, if you're a female who's traveling solo in India for the first time, you'll encounter fewer hassles in south India than the north. Tamil Nadu is an excellent place to start your trip.

Decide When to Go
While India is often regarded as a hot, tropical country, in fact the weather varies dramatically. While the far south is being lashed by monsoon rain, the far north will be covered in snow. Hence, the climate will have significant bearing on when you'll want to travel to India. The tourist season in most parts of India extends from October until March -- this is when the weather is at its coolest. However, you may want to wait for the weather to warm up if you're planning to head north to places such as Ladakh, Spiti, and Kashmir.

April to September is the tourist season there.

Decide if You Want to Take a Tour
Travelers understandably often shun guided tours that visit standard destinations and attractions. The great thing is that experiential tourism is growing in India, and there are some insightful immersive tours that you can take to learn about India's culture. Why not get off the beaten track and go tribal or rural?
Decide if You'd Like Assistance in Planning Your Trip
India Someday is a reliable company that will put together a personalized itinerary, based on your requirements and interests. They will work within your time-frame and budget, and take care of all arrangements for transport and accommodations (ranging from luxury hotels to unique homestays). The cost of the service is EUR 315 or $335 for up to two weeks, for two adults. There's a 20% discount for solo travelers. Check out their website for some great tour ideas as well.

Decide if You Want to Hire a Car and Driver
If you really want to travel independently and plan your own itinerary, a popular way of getting around India is to hire a car and driver. Self-drive rental cars are relatively uncommon, due to the poor condition of roads and the frequent disregard for road rules in India. Although having a driver may take a bit of getting used to, it's much safer and easier.

Arrange Trains and Flights
Many people prefer not to make advance reservations for transport in India as they don't like to be constrained by a fixed plan (especially because they may find they hate a place and want to leave, or love a place and want to stay longer). However, the number of passengers on Indian Railways has increased a great deal. Some trains can fill up months in advance on popular routes during vacation times, making early bookings a must. There is a special quota for foreign tourists but it's not available on all trains.

Advance reservations for flights aren't as necessary as for trains, although many airlines do offer discounts for 14 or 21 day advance ticket purchases.

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