India is one of the cheapest countries to be going on holiday when compared to holidays to other parts of the world. Provided that you get your tickets quite cheaply and stay in relatively cheap places then your holiday in India will remain cheap. When I say cheap places to stay, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it has to be bad. There are excellent hotels and guest houses in India that provide great service without the 5-star price tag. If you are coming from Great Britain then even better as the pound stretches quite significantly in India. But no matter where you are going from, you should be able to squeeze a relatively cheap holiday to India.
If you are considering travelling to India but didn’t know how then keep on reading. First, let me congratulate you for considering visiting India. I think it’s an excellent choice and I am sure you will not be disappointed. You might find the country a little crowded and perhaps a little hot if you are coming to India during the summers but all in all, it’s a great choice and there is always something to do and fascinating to see. If you are considering India, then this is right time to come. India has the best weather between the months of November and March. Although it can get cold in some parts of India but generally the climate is suited for those coming from the West.