This huge country holding over a billion people has said to be one of the most exciting and cultural places to visit in the world. Situated in South Asia, India has the world’s eleventh largest economy. It holds an ancient and medieval past, where lots still remain. Its markets and bustling way of life attracts thousands each year, from popular beach resorts, market towns and poverty stricken cities. There are hundreds of cities to choose from, all promising to give you the real Indian experience.
Places Of Interest
India won’t leave you disappointed as far as ‘What To Do’ there. There are many tourists attractions in India that are world famous for being extravagant; like the Taj Mahal (One of the seven wonders) Goa, The Khajuraho Temples, The Ajanta Caves and the River Ganges. There are also many opportunities to have extreme fun in India like discovering the world of India’s Buddhist Circuit, the medical industry, it’s beautiful beaches its wildlife, royal retreats and mind blowing deserts.
Eating out in India is known for being great quality for money due to its rich homely spices and choices of places to eat. Selling lots of traditional curries in quirky family run businesses with fresh chapattis and coloured rice. It’s the only place to get the real feel of how authentic India is in their cooking. For the flavours you will experience the prices are outstanding , as you’ll be eating spices in the place you’re used to them being made and distributed from. India also has many independent places to eat for those who may fear or want a break from the heated dishes. In many Westernised built up areas there are places that offer English traditional food…Even toast with jam and omelettes!
You must hold a valid passport to enter India. Your passport must have two blank pages for your visa and must be valid for a minimum of 180 days from the date of entry into India.