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Discover India

India has some of the most fascinating and exciting cities in the world. So should you want to visit the Taj Mahal, the Red Fort, the backwaters of Kerala or the glorious beaches of Goa, we will certainly have a destination for you. For cheap air tickets to India please contact our reservation team on and book your cheapest flights to India now. Should you not see what you like.

Special Tours

Amritsar

Amritsar

Amritsar, home to the Golden Temple is one of the most ancient and fascinating cities of India. It is an important centre of Sikh history and culture. Being the gateway for travellers coming to India on the overland route from central Asia,it soon became the centre of various commercial activities.
There are many historical and religious sites here, most famous of them being the Golden Temple which was founded by Guru Ramdas and then completed by Guru Arjan Dev.

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Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad

Modern Ahmedabad is a thriving industrial and business centre. More than just business, CG Road is the place to be on Sundays. Located in the heart of the city, you will find many restaurants, theatres, Picnic spots, clubs amongst a whole host of other leisure facilities.Films still being the main pastime in India, Ahmedabad has the highest number of multiplex cinemasin the whole of India. So you will be spoilt for choice should you be a fan of the world famous Bollywood Industry.

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Bangalore

Bangalore

Bangalore, located 1000 metres above sea level, is known as the Garden City of India because of its vast areas of lush green landscaped gardens. This city is also a gateway to Southern India. People on their way to Ooty, Kodaikanal, Chennai, Mangalore, Karnataka amongst others, stop here as it acts as a central point connecting all major cities to one another. Today, it is the fifth largest metro in India and the fastest growing city in Asia.

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Delhi

Delhi

The capital city of this vast Nation. Delhi was made up of eight ancient cities which have all fallen and been made part of this ever expanding culturally diverse metropolis. Home to many iconic landmarks, such as the India Gate, the Parliament building, Qutab Minar amongst many others. Delhi has been become a major stop for all business and leisure travellers.Boasting over 10 world class hotels, you will have no problem finding a hotel to suit your preference.

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Goa

Goa

More holiday makers visit Goa every year other than any other city on the west coast of India. Why? the wonderful climate, glorious history richly preserved in its churches, forts, traditional homes, villages and its spectacular pageantry. Goa is one of India`s most laid back yet sophisticated and exciting destinations.Its miles of white sand
beaches and the sunshine attracts year round visits from holidaymakers from abroad and India itself. Also, the charm and magic of its luxurious resorts, green countryside, lush forests, abundant wildlife topped with the warmth and hospitality of the Goan people make Goa a place to visit when in India.

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Kolkata

Kolkata

The largest metropolis in India, Kolkata is a vibrant city on the move which is both unpredictable and volatile. The gateway to India till 1912 and the capital of the British Raj, it still bears the Victoria imprint on its streets and structures. A city just about ready to burst at the seams, Kolkata is home to more than 10 million people. The Ganges is still the inspiration,as it was to Job Charnok who reached the shores in 1960 to find the city. Calcutta, after London, was the British Empire's second city.

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Hyderabad

Hyderabad

A city with a deep rooted past lies on the banks of the river Moosi. Its language and mannerisms still exude its rich and legendary past. The Nizam`s of Hyderabad were known to be one of the wealthiest Royal's of the past. The elegant buildings, marbled temples and monuments stand testimony to it. This 400 year old city was named after Hyder Mahal - wife of the the ruler Quli Qutab Shah. Today Hyderabad is the capital of Andhra Pradesh and is a cosmopolitan city on the fast track of development.

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Mumbai

Mumbai

The city of dreams, often called the New York of India. People from all parts of India come and try their luck here. This is the reason behind the cosmopolitan and mixed population of the city. You will find people of all castes, cultures and religions. The dressing and eating habits are a cross section of the traditional beliefs and the new
western influence. In addition to this, Mumbai is home to the world famous Bollywood film industry, churning out an amazing 800 feature films every year. Anyone and everyone who loves cinema, must visit Mumbai to catch a film or even a glimpse of their favourite film stars.

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Chennai

Chennai

One of the four major cities in India, Chennai formerly known as chennai is the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu. Stretched out on the coastline of the country, it has a number of sites for tourists to visit. The Marina beach covers an area of over 13km and is the second longest beach in Asia. The magestic forts and palaces remind one of bygone eras. Over weekend evenings this area looks more like a fair ground with the vast number of people who flock to the beautiful coastline.

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