Amit Dhir (Trip to India)


Eating Like a Local when in India
  While most of the world equates Indian food with the typically North Indian dishes that are available in restaurants around the world, in reality the curries and the breads are just the tip of an iceberg. Travelling into India is a great way to venture on to a memorable culinary adventure that takes you through the local tastes and preferences of every region of this vast and diverse nation. Pick an India holiday package that includes some excellent food related experiences, allowing you to have a holistic journey into the local way of life. North Indian Cooking Food from this part of the country essentially consists of meat and Indian breads. The wholesome dishes native to the North are typically cooked in a Tandoor and also come with spicy, sometimes creamy and relatively thick gravies that are often referred to as curries in other parts of the world. If you visit Kashmir or a […]

Eating Like a Local when in India


Reasons Why India should be on your Travel Bucket List
You may have spent a significant amount of your time off exploring the scenic country side and the charming towns of Europe, along with the bustling large cities of the west. However, if you are truly looking for a one of a kind journey that touches your heart as well as your mind, it is time to start checking off some of the leading tourist destinations in India. Once you are truly able to get past the stereotypes, India offers an enriching travel experience for all. India is Huge, Diverse Nation Considering that its 33% the size of the Untied States of America this vast nation has a lot to offer in terms of incredible natural beauty, history and sights to be explored. The North of the country has the great Himalayan Ranges, enchanting dessert lands in the west while the East is best known for its tribal lands. Finding Value for Money Often considered […]

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How to Cut Costs While Spending the summer in India
If people tell you that you have to be rich to be able to truly explore the riveting country of India, they are wrong. Even though the summer holidays are considered to be a peak tourist season, with some smart tricks and a well planned approach, you can have a fulfilling time here, without having to break your bank. Visit the Off-Season Destinations Even if the summer season is considered to be peak because most of the country goes on holiday this time of the year, many destinations such as Goa, Kerala and Rajasthan witness fewer crowds due to relatively hotter weathers. If you are able to brave the heat, you will be able to benefit from great deals on accommodations, flights and more personalized treatment. Opt for a Package With a variety of licensed destination management companies offering cheap holiday packages in India you will not only be able to enjoy the convenience of […]

How to Cut Costs While Spending the Summer in India



  Home to some of the best beachfront luxury in South Asia to some soul searching spiritual experiences in the Himalayas, the summer is a great time to explore the magnificent offerings that India has to offer. If you are looking for hassle free summer holiday packages in India, here are a few options for you to consider – Leh, Ladakh A terrain characterized by its unending barren valleys and snow capped peaks, Ladakh is a dream destination that has recently been gaining a lot of tourist attention. Considering its elevation, this region undergoes drastic weather changes in the summers as well as winters. Without doubt one of the best tourist destinations in the summer, the land of the Lamas is ideal for adventure seekers and motorcyclists who throng into this region when the temperatures begin to rise. Coorg, Karnataka Located in the sprawling valleys of the Western Ghats, Coorg is often referred to as […]

You Ultimate Guide to Summering in India


Spending a day in Delhi.
Use Indian holiday packages to discover the monumental structures of silver and sandstone as you try to make sense of the mayhem and chaos that defines India, a vacation unlike any other. Although the city of Delhi embodies the very sense of engrossment and exasperation, it is also a heady mix of clamour and surprising calm, flamboyant wealth and unavoidable poverty, technical wizardry and bustling entertainment scenes. The sprawling capital city of Delhi can entertain any personality, but if you find yourself short on time, here is how you should spend your twenty four hours to experience as much as you can:-   Early Morning Shenanigans Head over before the sun completely rises to the renowned Tomb of Humayun. Basked in the glow of soft morning light, the second Mughal emperor of India has an architectural marvel as an ode to him. The elegant red and white mausoleum and the garden estates around make for […]

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Live it Up like a Local in India
The best way to discover the vibe of a new city is to explore it like a local would, and the one thing Indian tour packages almost always never mention is that a large part of the local culture demands for a maddening crowd to be present. If you are adventurous and do not mind mingling with the masses, here are some experiences that are a guaranteed ice breaker: A Friendly Match of Cricket There are far more children born with a bat in hand than a golden spoon in their mouths in India, a capital for cricket fans and enthusiasts. You could be walking on the road to find yourself come across a blocked lane where a group of youngsters partake in a match. The best way to experience the passion is to equip yourself with sunscreen, a hat and water, and head over to the closest stadium for a match of cricket where […]

Live it Up like a Local in India



Indian Drinks for the Connoisseurs and Enthusiasts
As amazing as it is to discover a new city or place, ending your day with a classic drink of the region as you unwind can make it all the more better. For the thirsty travellers who visit India, there are a number of drinks beyond the chilled pint of Kingfisher beer to make your evening a memorable one. As you hike through the diverse nation you will also come across a number of traditional lip smacking drinks that one must indulge in. Here are some popular concoctions available across the best holiday destinations in India:-   The Exuberant Wines of Nasik Head over to the small but influential town of Nasik nestled among the valleys of the Deccan plateaus that can be called the Bordeaux of India. Not only can you get a breakdown on the sauvignons, chenin blancs, merlots and chardonnays but you can even stay at a vineyard and sample some of […]

Indian Drinks for the Connoisseurs and Enthusiasts


The Quintessential Things to do in South India
Since over six centuries, the wonderful country of Kerala, known as God’s own paradise has been thronged by numerous travellers from across the globe. Whether you seek some exhilarating experience, enchanting city or an enthralling story to tell, your visit here is bound to leave you satisfied. Here are some activities to add on with your luxury India tours to pursue down south- Cruising the Breathtaking Backwaters A trip to the country of Kerela cannot be declared as complete unless you experience at least one lazy ride with a leisurely boat on its tranquil backwaters. As you make your way down the path lined with numerous emerald shaded coconut plantations and turquoise lakes, you can literally feel the stress of an urban life melt away from you. You can even rent a houseboat for a night an spend a romantic time as you wake up to a heart stopping sunrise with your only your beloved. […]

The Quintessential Things to do in South India


Legendary Tombs Beyond The Taj Mahal
Most of the tombs in India were built as a dedication to the Mughal rulers and emperors who ruled the states for centuries. The magnificent love story behind the creation of the Taj Mahal is a wonderful expression, but there are a number of other unconventional tombs and places to visit in India as well. here are some colossal structures to visit on your next trip to India. The Tomb of Adham Khan Build in the year 1561, the Tomb of Adham Khan has been meticulously preserved by the Archaeological Survey of India. Adham Khan was the trusted general of the Mughal ruler Akbar and was laid to rest at Mehrauli in Delhi where the structure stands even today. The son of Akbar’s wet nurse, Maham Anga, he played a vital role in his success especially during the initial years. Mariam-uz-Zamani’s Tomb Mariam-uz-Zamani or as she was often known, Heer Kunwari or Jodha Bai was the bolved wife of the Mughal […]

Legendary Tombs beyond the Taj Mahal