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Exploring India via India Tours Packages……

As a vast country, India has a diverse range of culture and traditions. Ranging from the Great Himalayas in the North to the Kanyakumari in the South, India has a new culture and tradition within every 500kms distance. By choose one of the finest India Tours Packages; it becomes efficient to make the entire journey comfortable and exciting. Ladakh is an excellent tourist destination in India. The place has short summers with multiple regions facing a heavy snowfall. Surrounded by the two mighty ranges viz: Great Himalayas and Karakoram ranges; Ladakh has proved to be a perfect holiday destination for adventure seekers. If you intend to uncover the hidden secrets of India, it is advised to go for a customized tour to the country. Prior to settling down for a specific travel package, make sure to check the itinerary and the price charged by the travel experts.

Create unforgettable memories with a trip to India………

India is a hub of religions and traditions. If you’re interested in gathering fine memories that you can take along then a visit to India is perhaps the best thing to do. You may opt for visiting Kashmir, Uttarakhand or head towards south i.e. Chennai, Kanyakumari etc. All the places in the country are filled with friendly people who’re ready to share with you the secrets regarding their culture and history. A professional tour manager would be able to get your trip/tour organized in the most impressive way. Your tour operator would be preparing a detailed itinerary regarding the places that you can’t afford to miss during your stay in India. With a trained travel agent by your side, you can rest assured that all your bookings would be confirmed and made well on-time.

Not being apprehensive about travelling to India……

On choosing premier tour operators for your next tour to India, there’s no need to be apprehensive as to how the entire journey would turn out to be like. The tour organizers would be putting in their best efforts towards making your trip one of the most memorable getaways in your life. Ensure that the travel company you tend to choose has had a commendable record of serving people with India Tours Packages which are both reasonable and reliable. There’s no harm in comparing the prices charged by travel companies which are into the business of creating bespoke tour packages for people with varying monetary conditions.


Welcome to India - a land of mystery, enchantment and beauty. Where a thousand lifestyles breathe as one nation. On a fascinating matrix of languages, customs and beliefs, so varied that it may take a lifetime to imbibe its true essence.

For those seeking a break from the hectic pace of life, there exists misty hill stations, secluded beaches, lazy backwater cruises, temple cities, historical sites and centres of art and culture. Also there is the excitement of adventure in treks, wildlife camps and health packages.

OFFICIAL NANE: Bharat (Hindi), Republic of India (English)

CAPITAL: New Delhi

TIME: India is 4 and half hours behind Australia EST

POPULATION: 1, 127, 015, 247

AREA: 3.3 million square kilometers Geographical Location Lies between latitudes 8 degree 4' and 37 degree 6' north and longitudes 68 degree 7' and 97 degree 25' east Coastline Length 7600 km

LANGUAGES: India has two National languages (Central administrative). They are English (associate official) and Hindi (in the Devanagiri script). The Indian Constitution also officially recognizes 22 regional languages. Major Religions Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism Literacy 65.38%



The local currency is the Indian Rupee (INR) 1AUD=48INR (Approximately)

Entry regulations- should be “need Visa”

VISA: Australia and New Zealand Passport holder require visa to enter into India.  Passport must be valid for 6 months beyond the length of stay. MW Tours provide assistance and general advise on visa application procedure.

    • The city of Delhi consists of two parts. The first is Old Delhi, the capital of Muslim India between the 12th and 19th centuries. It retains legendary bazaars such as Chandni Chowk and monuments and forts relating to India’s Muslim history.

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    • During the 16th and 17th centuries, Agra was the capital of Mughal India. Agra has a magnificent fort and is home to the building that so many people travel to India solely to see – the Taj Mahal.

    • The capital of Rajasthan is popularly known as the ‘Pink City’ because of the painted exterior of the buildings in the old walled city. In Jaipur you will experience the authentic India as you are welcomed by camel carts and bustling bazaars.

    • Standing on the edge of the Thar Desert, Jodhpur is the second largest city in the state of Rajasthan. The city is dominated by the huge Meherangarh Fort built in 1638 and is situated on a hill located in the centre of the Old City.

    • Located along a traditional trade route, Jaisalmer acquired great wealth. The merchants and townspeople built magnificent houses and havelis, exquisitely carved from wood and golden-yellow sandstone.

    • Udaipur is known as the ‘White City’ or ‘City of Lakes’. The drawcards of modern day Udaipur include the massive City Palace and Lake Pichola. It is on this lake that Jag Niwas Island, also known as the Lake Palace Island, is located.

    • Perched amongst the clouds at 2,134m in the lower Himalayas, Darjeeling lies in the heart of rolling hills of premium tea plantations and retains its old colonial charm.

    • Whilst Delhi is the political capital of India, Mumbai is the commercial and economic capital. The city is famous for its film industry known as ‘Bollywood’.

    • Nowhere in India is there a more important pilgrimage site for Hindus than Varanasi. Situated on the banks of the holy River Ganges, thousands of pilgrims flock to the bathing ghats (steps) every day to conduct their ritual ablutions.

    • Mysore is the second largest city in the state of Karnataka and one of the finest in southern India. Small, relaxed and famous for its silks and sandalwood, it is a city of fine gardens, tree-lined boulevards and the intriguing Maharaja’s Palace.

    • Kochi is the most laid-back of Kerala’s cities, with one of the finest natural harbours on the coast of the Arabian Sea. The city once served as a port of call for the Chinese, Arabs, Jews, British, French and the Portuguese. From combining the cultures of each nationality, Kochi formed its cosmopolitan character.

    • Also known as Alappuzha, Alleppey is a town in the middle of the backwaters of Kerala. Described as the ‘Venice of the East’, Alleppey is comprised of canals, backwaters, beaches and lagoons and is a very popular tourist attraction. A leisurely backwater cruise on a traditional houseboat is the best way to discover Kerala’s exceptional scenic beauty.

    • Until the 1960s, Kovalam was just a sleepy fishing village with narrow lanes and thatched dwellings. Once its spectacular beach and crystal-clear waters were discovered, it became a favourite with travellers around the world. The beachside is dotted with both luxury and budget resorts, as well as cafés and several government-approved Ayurveda centres that offer unique massage treatments.

    • Chennai is India’s fourth largest city and is known as the ‘Gateway to the South’. A city famed for its temples, Chennai gives a sense of serenity, enhanced by one of the world’s largest and most beautiful beaches, Marina Beach.