India Travel Guide
India is HUGE. There are more incredible things to see and do in this country than probably anywhere else on the planet.
India is one of the most varied countries in the world. Towering Himalayan peaks, burning deserts, leafy jungles, picturesque hill stations, over 7,500 kilometres of coastline, sprawling megacities, vast tropical reefs… you’ll find them all here, plus a lot more. It’s also extremely diverse ethnically and culturally, with thousands of languages spoken and some of the oldest human civilisations surviving today.
The largest democracy on Earth is also a rising economic powerhouse that is becoming ever more important on the international stage.
Travelling in India can be frustrating, tiring, and at times heartbreaking. But it’s an incredible place, and somewhere I know I will always keep coming back to. You’d need many lifetimes of travelling to even come close to experiencing all that this country has to offer.
I think everybody should experience travelling in India at least once in their lives.
|Approximate Area:||3.3 million km2|
|Approximate Population:||1.4 billion|
|Official Language(s):||Hindi; English|
|International Dialling Code:||+ 91|
|Drives on the:||Left|
Where to go
Kerala is a stunningly beautiful state in southern India that can be visited all year round. However, the best time to visit Kerala depends largely on what you want to see and do during your time there. For some activities,
Looking for some unique places to visit in Kolkata? Often described as the cultural capital of India, there’s something about Kolkata that’s hard to describe, and incredibly special. Perhaps it’s the crumbling, faded grandeur. The giant gnarled trees with snaking
If you’re looking for a change of scenery – or want to escape the summer heat and humidity – you should check out some of the best hill stations near Kolkata. These stunning places offer incredible scenery, cool and clean
There are countless incredible experiences you can have in India. Trekking in Sikkim has to be one of the top. Forget the Taj Mahal and other touristy sights. Sikkim is out of this world. This untouched Himalayan paradise is beautiful