When starting or ending your tour, we always advise that you arrive the day before your tour is set to depart and leave the day after your tour ends. The reason for this is twofold:
Have a completely stress free time knowing that your tour or your flight is not going to leave without you as you have catered for every eventuality and are completely organised by the time you set off on your tour to incredible India. We often have guests wanting to fly out on the evening that their tour ends and we discourage this as far as possible as it put unnecessary pressure on the entire group and that is the last thing that anyone wants at the end of a wonderful time on tour.
If everyone books into the pre and post tour accommodation, lookout for your travel buddies and try to get to know them before you set off on your tour. Or, if it’s at the end of your tour, what a perfect way to end a tour – get together for a final drink and a bite and a laugh and rehash all of the amazing memories that you have to take home with you.
These are old palaces turned into hotels. They offer a fine Indian experience. In some of the Hotels you may even have the opportunity to witness erstwhile Indian Royalty.
They are hotels with exclusive decor and amenities to match their counterparts elsewhere in the world.
You may find here rooms with attached bathrooms or dormitories. These places have a restaurant often with an attached bar.
These are the remains of the British Raj in India, largely meant for Government officials. Tourists are allowed here only under certain conditions. Usually situated by the National Highways, hence facilitates travellers travelling by road.
Travellers by train may avail this facility as these are located in close proximity to the railway stations.
Indian families offer paying guest accommodation for those who would like to experience the taste of real India.
They offer low cost accommodation with comfortable lodging.
You would find a variety of accommodations in the holy places, including free stay at some temples.