India Tour Packages

Trip to India gives you many good chances for the smart traveler. This big and complex country, with its many different cultures and beautiful places, promises many travel experiences that are different from the usual.

The different places of India go from the big mountains of the Himalayas to the quiet and nice place of Goa,… + Read More

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India Magical Trip provides tailor-made tour packages in India, which have garnered fantastic feedback from our travellers who have explored various parts of the globe. Take a look at a few of our highly sought-after packages mentioned below.

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Orissa Golden Triangle Tour

04 Nights/ 05 Days

Price on Request

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Sunderban Wilderness Tour

06 Nights/ 07 Days

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Buddhist Culture & Heritage Tour

10 Nights / 11 Days

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Buddha Footsteps Tour

13 Nights/ 14 Days

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Tours to India

India offers some of the most unforgettable holiday experiences. Tour Packages across India present precious moments that will last a lifetime. A trip to any of India's top tourist spots is certain to capture your heart. Savor these Indian tours with friends and family or your significant other by booking through the finest Destination Management Company in… + Read More

FAQs For India Tour Packages

Q: Which is the top tour package for India?

Ans: For those new to India, the Golden Triangle tour packages offer an ideal initial exploration. Other top Indian tour packages range from 7 to 12-day trips to Kerala, Goa, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka, along with excursions to the Himalayan region including Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir & Ladakh, and the entire North East region.

Q: What is the expense for touring India?

Ans: This is highly dependent on your destination and personal travel preferences. Excluding flight tickets, a week-long journey in India may cost you from INR 30,000 (USD 410/GBP 300) upwards, based on your budget.

Q: How can I organize a trip to India?

Ans: We provide a comprehensive guide for planning a trip to India, from that guide you can get some ideas for a trip to India.

Q: What practices should be avoided in India?


  • Avoid wearing shoes inside a temple or at home.
  • Refrain from pointing your finger or touching anything with your feet.
  • Do not wear skimpy clothes.
  • Avoid showing affection in public.
  • Refrain from drinking tap water.
  • Do not expect everyone to speak English.
  • Exercise caution when consuming spicy food in India.

Q: What are some cost-effective ways to travel in India?

Ans: Opt for public transport such as trains for long distances, buses for medium distances, and auto rickshaws/tuk tuks for local transport to conserve funds. Accommodations can be secured affordably by pre-booking hotels/homestays. Plan your visits well in advance to manage your budget better.

Q: Which are the main languages spoken in India?

Ans: India, with its impressive linguistic diversity, recognizes 22 official languages in its constitution. In India, the most spoken languages in India are Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Telugu, and Tamil.

Q: Where can I find ISKCON Temples in India?

Ans: ISKCON or the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, is a globally known religious organization with 150 temples worldwide. Notable ISKCON temples in India include ones in Mayapur, Bangalore, Vrindavan, East of Kailash, Mumbai, Pune, Chandigarh, Anantapur, Surat, and Guwahati.

Q: Which places are the best for New Year celebrations in India?

Ans: For an unforgettable New Year's experience filled with parties, festivities, and cheer, consider visiting Goa, Puducherry, Mumbai, New Delhi, Manali,  Kodaikanal, Udaipur, Kochi, Mcleodganj, Kasol, or Diu.

Q: Is there a dress code for tourists in India?

Ans: While there's no formal dress code for visitors in India, it's recommended to wear modest clothing, particularly in smaller or religious towns. At religious sites, it's respectful to cover your head, knees, and shoulders. Wearing long skirts, pants, t-shirts, and shirts can also help protect against sunburn.

Q: Which are India's most celebrated festivals?

Ans: Known for its cultural richness and diverse celebrations, India hosts numerous festivals with gusto. Notable ones include Diwali, Holi, Dussehra, Durga Puja, Janmashtami, Ganesh Chaturthi, Eid-Ul-Fitr, Onam, Pongal, Gurupurab, Hemis Festival, and Lohri.

Q: Is it considered safe for female solo travelers to visit India?

Ans: India is a safe destination for solo female travelers, although it's advisable to avoid solitary outings after dark in non-tourist areas and to stay vigilant. When booking accommodations, consider well-known hotels, resorts, or homestays. Always follow safety precautions and trust your instincts.

Q: Which vaccinations are recommended before visiting India?

Ans: The World Health Organisation recommends vaccines for Adult diphtheria, tetanus, Hepatitis A and B, Oral polio, Typhoid, Varicella, Japanese encephalitis, Meningococcal, Rabies, Yellow fever, MMR, TDAP, Chickenpox, Shingles, Pneumonia, Influenza, Meningitis’, Malaria, and Dengue fever for travelers to India.

Q: Are there special requirements to visit North Eastern locations in India?

Ans: To visit Northeastern Indian states, tourists need an Inner Line Permit (ILP) and foreigners need a Protected Area Permit (PAP). This requirement is due to occasional ethnic violence and sensitive border areas with Bhutan, China, and Myanmar.

Q: What are some valuable tips to keep in mind while traveling in India?

Ans: India can be overwhelming at times. To ensure a fulfilling India tour, here are some essential tips that you should be aware of:

  • Come with an open mind
  • learn to bargain
  • Avoid hotel taxis
  • Beware of pickpockets
  • Avoid wearing expensive jewelry
  • Avoid overburdening yourself with excessive baggage.
  • Be patient with locals
  • Learn some local language phrases
  • Avoid scams
  • Keep your passport with you
  • Respect religious customs
  • Get travel insurance
  • Most importantly, Have fun!

Q: What's India's international phone code?

Ans: The international phone code for India is +91, followed by the individual phone number. This lets you call India from abroad.

Q: What currency does India use?

Ans: The official currency of India is the Indian Rupee. Foreign currencies can be exchanged at banks, Reserve Bank of India-authorized centers, and airports.

Q: What is the best time to visit India?

Ans: The best time to explore India is from October to March when the weather is typically sunny, dry, and cool - perfect for sightseeing and adventure activities. This period is also the peak tourist season.

Q: When can I experience the monsoon in India?

Ans: India's monsoon season typically lasts from June to September, affecting almost all regions. The town of Mawsynram in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya is known for receiving the highest rainfall in the country.

Q: Which are the coldest months in India?

Ans: December and January are the coldest months, particularly in the northwest, with temperatures averaging 10–15 °C. As you move toward the tropics, temperatures rise to about 20–25 °C in the southeast. The pre-monsoon season, from March to May, is typically warmer.

Q: Where can I see snowfall in India?

Ans: For the best chances of experiencing snowfall in India, consider Gulmarg and Sonmarg in Jammu, Manali and Mussoorie in Himachal Pradesh, and Munsiyari and Auli in Uttarakhand.

Q: What are some of the hot tourist destinations in India?

Ans: Warm Indian destinations perfect for winter vacations include Mumbai, Kolkata, Kerala, Munnar, Varanasi, Udaipur, Pondicherry, Aurangabad, Goa, and the Andaman Islands. Events like Sunburn in Goa and Pune make these locations even more appealing.

Tips Before Travel

Bring multiple copies of your passport when you travel.

Travelling outside can be hard so you need to carry copies of your passport all around.

Register your name with your home embassy.

Register your name with your home embassy for easy travelling.

Don’t forget to carry local cash for purchasing items.

Don’t forget to carry the local cash for purchasing the local items.

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