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Where to stay?

Where to stay in India?

Where to stay?

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Where to stay in India?

Sampling some of the finest teas in the world in Darjeeling, scouting for tigers in the Periyar National Park and escaping into Tibetan Buddhist culture at Spiti - these are some of the delights that await you on a visit to India.

The hotels in India have so much to offer too, providing a complementary backdrop to the exciting colours, sounds and sights of this amazing country. From architectural wonders to mountain retreats and spiritual escapes, you are bound to find the perfect hotels India has to offer to make your holiday even more special.

More about the hotels in India

The hotels in India are always buzzing with life, no matter what time of year. Some of the hotels India has can be quite expensive for the facilities you get, so the best thing to do if booking accommodation in one of the hotels in India is to go through BudgetAir, where great deals on hotels in India can be had.

Many of the hotels India offers are converted historic buildings such as forts and palaces, so for an extra special stay, why not try one of those types of hotels in India, even if it is just for a night. However there is no real control over what constitutes heritage hotels in India so by booking through BudgetAir you know you are getting quality every time.

An overview of India

Being such a vast country means there are so many experiences to be had. The south offers the backpacking paradise of Goa with sandy beaches and a laidback lifestyle. There is also the Kerala Backwaters where an overnight cruise along the rivers and canals can turn into a week of relaxation.

Varanasi on the River Ganga is the holiest Indian city, and at dawn every day, thousands flock to the river to meditate, wash, pray and perform rituals – a sight not to be missed. A truly happening city is Mumbai on the west coast, the birthplace of Bollywood, the Indian film industry, and the economic centre of the country.

The triangle formed by Delhi, Jaipur and Agra in central India offers historic sites, modern boutiques, amazing nightlife, decadent palaces, spicy food, and of course, the Taj Mahal. Just make sure you get in early and book your holiday through BudgetAir soon.

Flights to India

There are so many adjectives that can be used to describe India from colourful and vibrant to noisy and bewildering but nothing can compare to actually visiting India. This sub continent covers such a range of sights and places that is it impossible to see everything in one holiday.

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