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India known as a dream destination in around the world, with large distances need to cover during the journey so you should be prepared yourself for a massive pleasure of various modes to getting in through snowy peaks of the Himalayas in the north to the warm sandy beaches of kerala in the south and lots more. The country now posses with a well-developed transport network, there are various options for you and it’s up to you what’s your take.

Air-Travel
Plenty of international and domestic airlines well connected to every corner of India, even in the more remote areas. Many private air charter companies operating within India so here you go comfortably.
We recommend you to check in time for domestic flights is an hour before departure. The usual baggage allowance is 20 kg (45 lb) in economy class (10 kg or 20 lb in smaller planes) and 30 kg (65 lb) in business class.

Bus
Although bus services are fast and frequent, road conditions are rough and many travelers prefer trains for long distance journeys. Bumpy, potholed roads often result in much rattling and shaking, and driver skill is variable. Earplugs are often necessary to muffle the deafening music played on the bus.

Car
Self-drive car rental is not a popular option in India, not only because of the challenging driving conditions, but also because it is so affordable to hire a car with a driver. This type of road travel is one of the best ways to explore the country, with comfortable, air-conditioned vehicles readily available. Indus excursion hires professional, knowledgeable drivers whose local expertise allows them to double as guides. Traveling by car allows guests to stop wherever and whenever they want, often enjoying a number of fascinating tours or excursions en route to their final destination.

Train
India has long enjoyed a love affair with the railway. Enthusiastically adopted by the maharajas of old, and developed and extended during the British Raj, its train network is one of the world’s most extensive. With its chaotic railway stations thronged with bustling travelers, the spicy aromas of the dozens of exotic snacks sold wafting through the air and the cries of the chai-wallahs bearing warm, refreshing beverages, a journey on an Indian train is an experience all in itself. From busy day trains to luxurious private carriages that follow a carefully set itinerary, there is a wide selection of options to choose from. While a trip in a simple air-conditioned carriage is enough to provide a memorable experience, a journey on one of India’s luxury trains is a glimpse into a fairytale world where the romance of rail is alive and well. Sumptuously decorated carriages with ornate dining cars and the ultimate in pampering and elegance make guests feel as though they have stepped back in time to a long-ago era. Itineraries on board the luxury trains usually include mouth-watering meals and planned excursions to selected attractions along the route.

City Transport
While it’s often simplest to retain a hired car for getting around in India’s bustling cities, there are plenty of other options. Most towns have taxis, with many airports and train stations offering a pre-paid taxi service that allows travellers to book a taxi for a fixed price. Urban buses also run in the towns, but are often uncomfortable and inconvenient. More unconventional methods of transport include autorickshaws (also known as riks or tuk-tuks) – three-wheeled motorised contraptions with a tin or canvas roof and sides. Their non-motorised counterparts, the cycle-rickshaws, consist of a pedal cycle with two rear wheels that support a bench seat. More towns that are rural may still boast the horse-drawn carriages known as victories or their two-wheeled counterparts, the tongas.



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