Top incredible experiences that you can have only in IndiaTop incredible experiences that you can have only in India
India is not so much a country that one comes to "see", but a country that comes to discover it, an assault for all the senses, a country that feels itself, a country that enriches us inside; a unique country that you just have to experiment with!
Traveling through the incredible India is much more than just a trip. Yes, it can be a challenge first, but with the right attitude, an open mind and an open heart and your trip to India could only change your life.
Since India is such a vast and diverse country, trying to define the best Indian experiences to live is almost an impossible task and it would take a lifetime to experience all that incredible India has to offer.
We want to offer you some of the experiences not to be missed!
The most obvious one out of the way first: the Taj Mahal is a cliche but no Indian adventure would be complete without a visit. Go as early in the morning as you can to miss the worst of the crowds and enjoy your first glance of the Taj Mahal rising ethereally out of the misty morning light.
India’s cities can feel a little chaotic or overwhelming at first but it’s all part of the experience. Delhi is a city overflowing with history. See Mughal monuments like the Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun’ s Tomb and Jama Masjid and just roam the streets of Old Delhi. Getting lost and finding yourself amongst the and the chaos of Old Delhi is an essential part of a trip to India.
Taking a boat ride down the holy Ganges river in Varanasi at dawn and witnessing the cremations and ceremonies that take place in one of the holiest and oldest continually inhabited cities in the world
And relax on the beaches with the cows, explore the countryside and colourful old Portuguese churches and house by motorbike or party the night away in laid back Goa
Be captivated by India’s most colourful and flamboyant state and feel like a Maharajah while exploring the majestic palaces and forts of Rajasthan.
Golden Temple in Amritsar
Carry on your spiritual quest and be awe struck by the glittering Golden Temple in Amritsar, the holiest place for Sikhs.
Blush at the incredibly intricate erotic sculptures that adorn the ancient temples of Khajuraho.
And feel like a real explorer riding across the Thar desert on a camel safari
Savouring your first taste of a creamy mango lassi or sweet hot chai tea and discovering that Indian cuisine is so different and so much more than you ever experienced in your local takeaway back home!
Taking a train
Everyday activities in India often become experiences to remember. Even taking the train, witnessing the countryside pass by and sharing a picnic with a local family is an essential Indian experience.
Festivals and celebrations
There is a surprise around every corner in India. Be blown away by witnessing a impromptu festival parading down the streets or time your visit to take in one of India’s colourful and flamboyant festivals and celebrations
Tribes of North East India
Feel like you have stepped back in time to explore the blissfully untouched and undiscovered remote tribal lands of North East India and meeting the unique tribes of North East India
Yoga experience in ashram
India is all about spirituality and many travellers come to ‘find themselves‘ in India. Follow in the footsteps of The Beatles by practicing yoga, balancing your chakras and getting in touch with your inner peace at an ashram in Rishikesh.
Meet the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala
India is so diverse, you don’t even need to leave India to experience the serene, colourful beauty of the Tibtan culutre and if your timing is right you could even meet the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala
Cruising through the luscious palm tree lined Kerala backwaters on a traditional barge turned into a house boat has to be one of the most relaxing and beautiful experiences in the whole of India
How to haggle in the markets
Learning how to haggle in the markets, with the rickshaw drivers, guest houses, with everyone, is an essential skill that you will learn while traveling in India!
Weddings in India
Big lavish Indian weddings are legendary. Attending a wedding gives you an unforgettable cultural experience, the chance to participate in important rituals and traditions, taste traditional Indian food and talk with local people about life in India. Perhaps you can get lucky and be randomly invited to a wedding or celebration in a family home like I did in Khajuraho. But if you don’t know anyone getting married in India then no worries, an exciting new start-up called JoinMyWedding allows you to participate in a genuine traditional Indian wedding by matching travelers and Indian couples wanting to share their wedding with the world.
Getting used to negotiating the busy Indian streets either by foot, on a wild rickshaw (tuk tuk) ride or perhaps even learning to drive a motorbike may seem crazy at first but after a while you will see the method is the madness and fall in love with the chaos.
The mountains of Himachal Pradesh have countless opportunities for spectacular trekking and many cute villages and towns that have become popular traveler hangouts. Manali offers a huge range of adventurous activities including paragliding that offers the most amazing views of the valleys.
Border Ceremony between India and Pakistan
Witness the extraordinary nightly Wagah Border Ceremony between India and Pakistan.
India hill station
Escape the heat and bustle of the cities and feel the refreshing breeze and soak up the views at tea plantation or colonial hill station
Discover India wildlife
India is also home to some of the world’s most incredible wildlife, from majestic elephants, camels and tigers to bears, rhinos, lions, leopards, birds and so many more to the roaming dogs, goats and holy cows that are everywhere.
Dal Lake in Srinagar, Kashmir
Take a shikara across spectacular Dal Lake in Srinagar, Kashmir and sleep on a historic Raj era houseboat amongst one of India’s most stunning landscapes known as ‘paradise on Earth.’
Experience the Utopian community at Auroville and check out the French influence, pretty yellow architecture and cafes in nearby Pondicherry in Tamil Nadu.
Taking a boat ride across the beautiful lake against a backdrop of palaces to the iconic Lake Palace Hotel in romantic Udaipur
Leh and Ladakh
Take a trip to the top of the world up to surreally beautiful Leh and Ladakh. Motorbiking from Manali to Leh is one of the world’s most adventurous, challenging and spectacular road trips.
Inner evolution is the watchword among travel enthusiasts all over the world, as we are all desperate for ways to dig deep within ourselves to reflect on our lives.
The Kartarpur corridor is a new access point to the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur in Punjab.
The best road trips in Northeast India that you should try for a unique experience in India
Interesting destinations to visit in India in January. Jaipur, Delhi, Auli, Munnar, Alleppey, Thekkady and Goa
Christmas and New Year are close. But what are the best tourist destinations to visit in India?
Glamping, or glamorous camping, is one of the latest trends in travel that is rapidly growing. An opportunity to stay in the wild without giving up on luxury.
We offer you some interesting tourist destinations to visit during the winter in India: from the sea of Goa, to the Taj Mahal and the Rajasthan to end with a winter holiday to ski in the mountains of India.
Interesting stunning places to visit in India for you holiday in november. Plan you trip in India in the best place for november.
Tips on what to buy during your vacation in India: jewelry, spices, ayurvedic oils, tea, hand crafts, fabrics, cashmere
Here you can find a list of the stunning places where to watch sunset in India.
Are you coming to prepare yourself for your first experience in India? Here are some tips for your first trip to India.
If you are planning a trip to India and want to find the real heart and soul you can visit its small towns and villages that boasts an authentic, rural way of life
India is famous for its fascinating festivals. Where you can find a list of the best fascinating festivals to visit in India.
Thanks to its variety of natural landscapes, historical cities, cultures and cuisines, India is a country that never ceases to amaze.
From a challenging trek to Dzongri to a festival of camels in the holy city of Pushkar and a trip into the mountainous desert of Ladakh, India has such a wide range of choices for fall destinations.
Journey to discover the ancient splendours of India through the visit of the ancient forts and fortresses.
The Golden Triangle is one of the most famous tourist destinations in India such as Delhi, Agra and Jaipur.
What to visit in Goa and how to organize the excursion to explore its beaches and local attractions
An India trip is always a unique experience. We offer you a list of experiences in India that you will not find anywhere else in the world.
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The best summer safaris in India. We organize safaris in the reserves and national parks of India to discover the fauna and flora of our beautiful country.
If your holidays are in august we offer you some of the most interesting destinations: Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh,Uttarakhand and Rajasthan.
With increasing stress levels in everyday life, spiritual journeys are a great rejuvenation therapy.
Honeymoon in India a journey of love to discover a perfect destination for your love escape.
Uttarakhand is a wonderful amalgam of scenic beauty and adventure opportunities and one of the best place in the world for making trekking
How to travel with pets in India. Choose our tours with a private driver to travel safely with your pet.
With the cold winters now behind and the torrid summers that do not yet arrive, it could be a good time to plan a trip to the mountain resorts of India.
The Tiger in India represents sacredness. Spotting it in Indian parks is not that difficult.
A selection of top 7 place to visit in in winter in North India
Several long distance trains in India by up to three hours, the Indian Railways has announced a new timetable which will come into effect from November 1 2017.
Opulent palaces and enchanted gardens: Rajasthan evokes daydreams and fairy tale fairy tales.
In Rajasthan, the most know area in India, the climate can be divided into four seasons: summer, monsoon, post-monsoon and winter.
In moonsoon you can find Green Mountains, Crystal Clear Water, Beautiful Sunset, Running Waterfalls. It is a great time to travel because weather remains pleasant in most part of the India.
India is a gigantic country with climatic differences between the major regions and it is possible to visit it practically throughout the year.