India Holidays in 2014

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Relax and unwind in India

Vast open landscapes and soaring mountain ranges, vibrant and bustling cities, and diverse mixtures of cultures are all part of the unforgettable sub-continent of India.

Holidays here will leave you with truly special memories. If you’re looking to dip your toe into the delights of what holidays to India have to offer, then where better to start than Goa? Holidays in this former Portugese colony with its breathtaking white sandy beaches with rolling surf and magical mix of cultures are the stuff of picture postcards.

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With 28 different states, there are plenty of places to choose from for your holiday. Goa is India’s smallest state over in the Western side of the country. It is close to the country’s biggest city, Mumbai, where most international flights transfer through. You’ll be greeted by wonderful beaches and pristine forests if you choose Goa for your holiday, India’s jewel by the sea.

The best months for Goa holidays are between November and April, before the start of the Monsoon season in June. Holidays to India aren’t just about beach resorts though, Panjim, the capital of Goa, is a delightful city, and further inland you can admire the scenic vanilla pod fields, enjoy the unspoilt market towns, and even bathe with elephants.

In India you’ll find superb markets and night bazaars where you can haggle for unique gifts and silks to take home, or sample the delicious food delights on offer. Holidays here give you the benefits of reasonably cheap restaurants and the legendary Goan nightlife, with its relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

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You’ll be well looked after in Goa, with a coastline of modern tourist friendly resorts full of the amenities you’ll want on your stay. Holidays don’t need to break the bank either – you can find fantastic deals, even if you’re looking for really cheap India holidays! Goa has many luxurious all inclusive resorts, or you’ll find a range of hotels suited to different budgets.

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Top Cities

Agra is the beautiful old capital of the northern Indian of Hindustan and home of the famous Taj Mahal. Delhi is India’s largest city and one of the largest cities in the world and home to a large number of historic buildings and monuments. Jaipur is the capital of the Indian region of Rajasthan, often known as the Pink City. Varanasi is one of the world’s oldest cities, located on the River Ganges. Hyderabad is a historic city known for its arts and culture. Ladak is a region in the north of India filled with mountains and valleys. Goa is a small Indian state in the west of the country famed for its stunning beaches.

Attractions

The Taj Mahal in Agra is one of the world’s most recognisable and iconic buildings made out of white marble; the huge mausoleum is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Agra Fort is in reality a city surrounded by enormous walls and filled with beautiful architecture. Fatehpur Sikri is a beautiful Indian Palace in Agra.

Activities

Indian cuisine is one of the most flavoursome and distinctive cuisines in the world. Walking trails are a great way to experience the atmosphere of this beautiful country. Boat trips are a popular tourist attraction enabling visitors to see large swathes of countryside and city. Shopping is available in the country’s cities, with all the major stores and brands.

Nightlife

Traditional Indian cultural shows are a fantastic way to experience the culture of the country. Indian dancing is a beautiful aspect of Indian culture and wherever you go in the country there are opportunities to witness it.