How Many Days Should You Spend on an Indian Tour?by Althaf M Yoonus Digital Marketing Executive
Even if you spend six months in India, you may not be able to see and experience the entire country. Unfortunately, many people cannot afford to spend that much time on vacation. So, a more practical time frame you can consider for an Indian tour would be two to three weeks. This would the ideal time to get a feel of the country, its culture, and visit a few vastly diverse regions. When you have a clear idea of the time you are going to spend in India, it becomes easy for you to make your international flight booking.
Two Weeks in India
If you got two weeks with you, it is a good idea to consider the classic Golden Triangle and a Rajasthan sight-seeing trip. You will be able to travel at your pace and add one extra day at some place that catches your fancy. You can spend a couple of days sleeping in the Thar Desert under the stars, experience a camelback safari, or head to Jaisalmer, the fortress town close to Pakistan border, and visit havelis (traditional Indian townhouses or mansions with a big courtyard) that are centuries old. These havelis have now been converted into boutique hotels. If you have a penchant for more destinations and new experiences, then you can consider visiting Amritsar, a town in Punjab, and the Wagah Border. Amritsar is home to the Golden Temple, a holy Sikh landmark. Now, start looking for cheap flights to India.
Three weeks in India
If you have been able to get hold of one of the best flights deals, it makes sense to see whether you can manage three weeks in India. Ideally, you can tour two regions in three weeks’ time. You can either tour North India (Delhi, Agra, Rajasthan, Varanasi, and the Himalayas) or visit three or four of the South Indian states (Goa, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala). If you are game to take a couple of domestic flights, you may consider visiting a few places in the Northern and Southern India. In case you are not likely to come to India again for a very long time, then you can choose this option.
Have you made up your mind about an Indian tour? Get going even if you been able to find only cheap one way flights. It is worth it!
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