Choosing an ideal India Holiday tour package is an immense task. Not because packages are limited but just the opposite. India, being the 7th largest country in the world has so much to offer to its visitors, it is often cumbersome to pin down one ideal India holiday tour package.
One way of resolving the dilemma could be going after the most popular ones. Places which are tested and infrastructure-wise stable.
Successive paragraphs list out a few of such destinations:
Kerala: God’s Own Abode
If you have just a week’s time and you want to make the most out of it – you can travel along the following trail
• Trivandrum – Poovar – Kumarakom – Alleppey – Thekkady – Munnar – Cochin
The total distance that you need to travel on this route is 700 KMs and no single stretch is more than 160 KMs. Maximum hours you need to spend on the road in one go is 5 hours. Kovalam is one of the most famous beaches in Kerala as well as in India, whereas from Poovar you can have a quick expedition to Kanyakumari. Kumarakom is well-known for its backwaters and in Alleppey you can enjoy an exquisite night stay in a houseboat. Thekkady offers you a visit to the scenic spice plantations, a boat trip in the lake Periyar and rides on elephants. Munnar is a picturesque hill station famed for Rajmahal Hill, Matupetty dam and Kundala Lake. Cochin is 120 KMs drive from Munnar. You can end your trail at Cochin and board your flight from the Cochin Airport.
Enthralling Andaman Nicobar Islands
A week-long holiday vacation trip to Andaman could be somewhat like this
• Port Blair – Corbyn’s Cove Beach – NorthBay – Havelock Island – Elephant Beach – Havelock Island – Port Blair.
In Andaman and Nicobar Islands you get to enjoy the holiday vacation on some of the famous world-class beaches; have underwater dives to see coral reefs, go for snorkeling. You can also have exciting trips to the Ross Island to see remnants of British-colonial past. A visit to cellular jail is also a must see while in Andaman.
Discover the Heritage Monuments of Royal Rajasthan
In Rajasthan history still breathes. Forts and palaces of the 17th century built along the shores of undulating sand-waves have been attracting domestic tourists as well as visitors from abroad since long.
A perfect itinerary for touring Royal Rajasthan could be like this
• Jaipur- Pushkar – Jodhpur- Jaisalmer – Bikaner – Jaipur
At the beginning of the tour, it is recommended to use Jaipur as a transit while returning back you can devote two entire days to experience the architectural wonders of the Pink City.
Leisure Holiday trip to Goa
Holiday destination package is not about being on wheels throughout the trip. If you sometimes agree to that notion why not take a leisure holiday trip in Goa? Take five days off and devote one entire day for sightseeing. For the rest of the trip do not plan anything and do whatever you wish to. Stroll along beaches. Taste local cuisine. Visit some village nearby to get a first hand feel of the cultural milieu. To sum up in a word, chill.