So many things at the same time. Multicultural, stunning, and spiritual in nature. India is a hotpot of so many things, its a must to get a taste of every bit for it isn't only a place to visit, but a place to feel and live in even for a short time. Travelling to India will be quite the shock for any young traveller or unprepared tourist, but fret not, it just takes a bit of coaxing to know dear India and get ahold of her.

Must Do Adventure

  • Marvel at the enticing beauty of one of the seven wonders of the world that is Taj Mahal, on the much-awaited India Tour. Visit the Taj Mahal during sunrise or at sunset to admire the mesmerizing glimmer of the white-marble Mughal mausoleum in the rays of the Sun.

    Admire the enthralling beauty of the Taj Mahal
  • Pack your bags and spend the night camping at the vast Thar Desert on the India Tour. Have fun on the Dune Bashing trips at Jodhpur and Jaisalmer and enjoy parasailing in the desert. Take a short ride through the desert on the colorfully attired camel and attend the folk performances at Shilpgram, Udaipur.

    Enjoy camel-riding at the Thar Desert
  • The backwaters of Kerala consist of a vast labyrithine network of lakes, lagoons, and canals that runs parallel to the Arabian Sea. Enjoy the scenic surrounding during the houseboat cruise in the backwaters, the biggest of which is in Vembanad Lake, in Trivandrum. The backwater tour follows the route of Alleppey Backwaters, Kumarakom Backwaters, Kuttanad Backwaters, and more.

    Houseboat & Kerala Backwaters

Bucket List Experience

Jaipur | Bucket List Group Travel


Explore the beauty of the Pink City, Jaipur, in Rajasthan on the India Tour. Admire the grand architectural style of the Mughals and Rajputs at Jai Mahal or the Water Palace of Jaipur. Marvel at the beautiful combination of Mughal and European architectural styles at the splendid Nahargarh Fort. Indulge in the traditional culture by attending the puppet shows and performances at Chokhi Dhani. Go shopping for exclusive Rajasthani handicrafts at Jaipur Bazaars. Attend the Jaipur Literature Fest and hike along the tiger trail at Ranthambore National Park.

Goa | Bucket List Group Travel


Admire the natural grandeur of the Dudhsagar Falls on the India Tour in Goa. Visit Basilica of Bom Jesus that is a UNESCO-recognized heritage site known for the ornate altar, marvelously carved doors, statues, and columns, and splendid architecture. Examine the full range of spices and herbs at Sahakari Spice Farm and shop for quaint and exotic souvenirs and handcrafted jewelry at Artjuna Garden Cafe and Lifestyle Shop. Take a stroll in the idyllic surroundings of Fountainhas and chill out with food and drinks at Vagator Beach.

Ranthambore | Bucket List Group Travel


Satiate your love for wildlife, take nature walks, enjoy the jungle safaris, and go bird-watching too at Ranthambore Tiger Reserve on the India Tour to Ranthambore. Visit the beautiful Ranthambore Fort and take photos of the surreal surroundings and colorful birds at Surwal Lake. Check out the gorgeous Trinetra Ganesh Temple inside Ranthambore Fort and watch out for bears and panthers at Kachida Valley. Have a holistic experience at Jogi Mahal and have fun with thrilling rides like zorbing, ATV, etc. in the human-made jungle at Wild Dragon Adventure Park.

Jaisalmer | Bucket List Group Travel


Take a tour of the grand Jaisalmer Fort on the India Tour in the Golden City, Jaisalmer. Check out the forts, temples, Havelis, and lanes at Jaisalmer City and luxuriate the spectacular surroundings while boating on the sparkling Gadisar lake. Shop till you drop at Jaisalmer Local Bazaar and take a thrilling parasailing ride at Kanoi. Satiate your love for adventures above the golden dunes in the sun-kissed sky at Jaisalmer and enjoy quad biking too at Sam Sand Dunes.

Agra | Bucket List Group Travel


Marvel at the astonishing beauty of the Taj Mahal at Agra on the India Tour. Move on to explore the magnificent Agra Fort of red sandstone and check out the fascinating Islamic architecture of the tombs Itmad-ud-Daulah and the Tomb of Emperor Akbar. Take a stroll in the verdant and blossoming garden at Mehtab Bagh and take part in the Mughal Heritage Walk through the idyllic Kachhpura Village. Drop in at the groovy and graffiti-filled Sheroes Hangout cafe where the brave survivors of acid attack work and serve Indian delicacies.

Delhi | Bucket List Group Travel


Feast your eyes on the architectural beauty of The Lotus Temple that is uniquely composed of 27 lotus flower petals of white marble on the India Tour in Delhi. Soak in the ambiance of consciousness and spirituality at ISKCON Hare Krishna Temple and admire the Islamic style of architecture of the largest mosque in Delhi, Jama Masjid. Check out the jaw-dropping interiors of Akshardham Temple and lunch on wholesome Indian food at Gurudwara Bangla Sahib. Hang out at the lively and vibrant Hauz Khas Complex too.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the India Tour between October and March, when the weather is cold and dry, and the monsoon rains cease too.

Travel Guide


India is in south Asia, bordered with Pakistan to the West, Nepal, and China to the North, Burma in the west, and Bhutan in the north-east.

Capital City

The capital of India is Delhi.

Main Airport

Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi is the most important airport in India.

Language Spoken

Almost every state of India speaks a different language. However, you will get along fine if you know English, as English is the official language of India.


The currency of India is Rupee.


Citizens of every country require a tourist or business visa for the India Tour. Consult the consulate abroad or the Indian Embassy for a visa.


The standard values vary between 230 volts and 50 Hertz AC, and the sockets are adapted for types C and D plugs.


The WHO and CDC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, cholera, Japanese encephalitis, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the India tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free numbers 100 for the police, 101 for fire, 108 for health emergencies, and 1090 for women during the India Tour.

FAQs about India

What is internet access like in India?

Public wi-fi service is available at a reasonable speed in many bars, cafes, hotels, and restaurants in India

Can I use my mobile phone in India?

You can use unlocked quad, tri, or dual-band GSM mobile phone on the India Tour to make phone calls.

How are the toilets like in India?

There are western-style flush toilets and urinals all over India, but the bathrooms are filthy and unclean. Carry toilet paper, pee-safe sanitizer, and soap for use on the trips. Dump the toilet paper in the waste bin instead of flushing it.

Can I drink tap water in India?

Do not drink tap water directly in India. Bottled and filtered water is available at cheap rates in India.

Are credit cards accepted widely in India?

India widely accepts credit and debit cards of significant companies, notably Visa and MasterCard. The five-star hotels accept cards of Discover and American Express.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in India?

There is a massive network of ATM centers all over India.

What to wear in India?

Pack in your tops, jackets, raincoats, walking boots, dresses, scarves, and a formal suit for the India Tour. Try out the traditional Indian dresses too during the tour.

Is India safe for women to travel solo?

India is not safe at all for women to travel solo. Try to go in large groups and do not stir out alone if you want to feel secure.