How to reach India, How to travelling in India,How to get to India by Road, Air and Rail
There are many ways to get around in this amazing country India. We use whichever combination of travel modes best suits your itinerary. Some of these are listed below:
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The best way to see India is by road — Close to life the way the locals live it and you will have the best opportunities to stop, engage and interact with the people as you make your way through cities, towns, villages and rural landscapes. The pace of travel on our tours is never rushed — we believe you will see more and enjoy yourself more. You are taking time to properly explore India rather than rushing through merely stopping at the photo sites.
India’s roads are quite different from the west. The highways and other road of the country are far more than just a way to get from A to B — life itself is on display along the roadside. Travel averages around 40 kilometres an hour and we tailor our tours to include no more than 6 hours driving in any one day, unless it is unavoidable.
We value our drivers as they add many levels to your travel experience, they pass on feedback about hotels, new places etc.They are not licensed guides and cannot take you inside monuments or temples to give detailed explanations.
How to get to India – By Air
The major international airports in India, which serve traffic from all over the world, are in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad. Airports tend to be on the outskirts of cities. Pre-paid taxi services and auto-rickshaws are stationed outside the terminus to get you into the city.
How to get to India – By Rail
Railways do not cut across international borders in this part of the world except the Samjhauta (i.e. “understanding”!) Express that runs between Amritsar (India) and Lahore (Pakistan). But since the running of the train is subject to relations between the two countries it would be prudent to check if the train is running. However, in many cases it is possible to travel till the border by train.