We invite you to visit India and explore this mystical land that offers a plenty of tourist attractions. From north to south and east to west, it is a constant enchantment, full of contrasts at every step. This is the only country in the world which is blessed with all type of weathers, all type of surroundings. Here you will find mountains summits, sun kissed beaches, gurgling rivers, monuments dating back to ancient past, fascinating backwaters, a variety of flora and fauna and last but not the least-countless fairs and festivals are sure to make your visit.

Capital :

New Delhi

Location :

The Indian peninsula is separated from mainland Asia by the Himalayas. The country is surrounded by the Bay of Bengal in the east, the Arabian Sea in the west, and the Indian Ocean to the south.


Do some background reading before visiting India, so that your visit becomes a great experience, something you had never dream could happen to you.Click here to Read More


You require a valid passport from your country and a visa from an Indian mission abroad to enter India.Click here to Read More


International airports operate the conventional green and red channels, with officials liable to carry out sudden spot check on passengers passing through the green channel.Click here to Read More


Banks :

Monday – Friday, 10:00 – 14:00hrs, Saturday, 10:00 – 12:00hrs.Click here to Read More


India is a tropical country. Nevertheless, there are huge variations according to the region and the season. Click here to Read More


The Rupee, which is divided into 100 paisa.

Rupee symbol: ₹Click here to Read More


Yellow Fever – Vaccination Certificate is required if arriving from an infected area.Click here to Read More


The majority of India works on 220 volts AC 50 HZ. However, it is possible that certain areas have DC supplies andClick here to Read More


English is widely spoken, especially in areas that are used to tourists, though accents and grammar may vary considerably.Click here to Read More


In India, a huge number of things are still hand-made, using skills and secrets passed down for generations.Click here to Read More


Indian food is as varied as the country itself, with every region having its own specialities. Click here to Read More

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