FAQ's

Question: What are the major tourist circuits of India?

Answer: India has several tourist destinations of particular interest to offer to the travelers. But, as the size of India is too big with tourist destinations all around. Tourist circuits have been created keeping in mind the needs choices of the tourists as well as convenience based on distance. Here is a list of TEN most popular tourist circuits of India...

  • Golden Triangle -Delhi-Agra-Jaipur.
  • North India & Nepal - Delhi-Jaipur-Agra-Khajuraho-Varanasi.
  • Kerala Backwaters - Trivandrum-Kovalam-Cape Camorin-Varkala-Kumarakom-Periyar-Kottayam-Alleppey-Cochin-Calicut.
  • Goa Beaches.
  • Buddhist Circuit -Delhi-Jaipur-Agra-Varanasi-Sarnath-Bodh Gaya-Rajgir-Nalanda-Vaishali-Kushinagar-Lumbini- Kapilvastu-Sravasti-Balrampur-Lucknow-Delhi.
  • Forts and Palaces of Rajasthan-Delhi-Mandawa-Bikaner-Jaisalmer-Jodhpur-Bundi-Udaipur-Pushkar-Jaipur-Agra-Delhi.
  • The Great Himalayan Wonder - Delhi-Leh-Kargil-Zanskar-Manali-Delhi.
  • Golden Triangle II - Bhubaneswar-Puri-Konark.
  • Gateway to India and South-Mumbai-Goa-Belgaum-Badami-Hospet-Hassan-Madikeri-Mysore-Bangalore.
  • Golden Triangle III - Chennai/ Kanchipuram/ Mahabalipuram

Question: In which part of the world is India located?

Answer: India is located in South Asia, bordered by Indian Ocean in the south, Arabian Sea in the west, Bay of Bengal in the east, and Himalayan Range in the north. Countries whose borders India shares are Nepal and China in the north, Pakistan in the west, and Bangladesh and Myanmar in the east.

India has a total area of 3,287,263 square kms and falls into three major geological regions. The great arc of the Himalaya encloses the North. Along their Southern flank lie the alluvial plains of the Ganges, and to the South again is the peninsula, separated by the 30 km wide shallows known as Adam's Bridge. In contrast, the island chains of the Lakshadweep and the Minicoy off the Western coast of India, and the Maldives to the South West and coral atolls, formed on three submarine ridges under the Arabian Sea.

Question: What are the major tourist destinations of India?

Answer : It is difficult to say, which tourist destination is the most popular in India. Every important tourist destination in India gives the tourists something different to look for. Still there are some destinations in India that are undoubtedly more popular than the others. We are providing you with the TEN most popular tourist destinations in India, but there are many more that may be equally popular among certain segments of tourists...

  • 1.Agra
  • 2. Jaipur
  • 3. Delhi
  • 4. Goa
  • 5. Kerala
  • 6. Rajasthan (other than Jaipur)
  • 7. Khajuraho
  • 8. Varanasi
  • 9. Ladakh
  • 10. Hill stations of Himachal Pradesh.

Question: How can I reach India, if I am residing outside India?

Answer : Entry to India by Air:

India is well connected to almost all the countries in the world through air network. Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata (Calcutta), and Thiruvananthapuram are the International gateways for India from where most of the flight take off takes place. Out of these airports, Delhi and Mumbai are the most preferred gateways as they are near to famous tourist destinations like Agra, Rajasthan, and Goa. Major international airlines flying to India are United Airlines, Lufthansa, British Airways, Singapore Airlines, Swiss Air, Air France, Emirates, SAS, Austrian Airlines, Al Italia, Air India, Indian Airlines (for neighboring countries and Middle East), Virgin Atlantic etc.

Entry to India by Road:India can be also entered through certain road entry points from Nepal, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. These entry points are beneficial especially when one is moving from India to Nepal and Nepal to India.

Question: What about the climate of India? When can I visit India?

Answer : India has a tropical climate. Summers, April to July, are quite hot in the northern India. Monsoon, last week of June to August, brings with it a lot of rain mainly in most parts of the country. Winters, third week of September to end of February is quite cold in entire Northern India, but mild in the Southern Peninsula.

There are large climatic variations in India due to its size and difference in the altitude and nearness to sea of the places. While some parts of Himalayas are quite enjoyable during the summers, North India reels under the blazing sun. In fact, India is a destination for every season. Himalayan ranges in the summers, North India in the winter, and Southern Peninsula throughout the year.