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flights to India are available at a cheap price and you can and explore this emerging tourist destination in South Asia. The scenic north that stretches from the eastern borders of the Himalayas to the lush greens of the Kashmir Valley showcases a variety of exotic landscapes. To the west, there are vast and dry deserts of Rajasthan and Thar shared with Pakistan. The eastern side abounds with rainforests from perpetual monsoons - ample with wildlife and tea plantations - whereas the south is coastal region. The entire southern strip stretches with beaches, ports and commercial districts. Together with being the cradle of Hinduism, India is a potential tourist destination as well. Call now to make your reservation.

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Which Airlines Operate Flights To India from the UK?

Are there any direct flights to India from the UK?

Yes, three airlines are operating direct flights between the United Kingdom and India. The airlines include Air India, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic. These flights take 10 hours to travel the distance between the two countries. The direct flights are available only from London Heathrow Airport in the UK but are obtainable from all three New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru airports in India.

How long is the flight to India from the UK?

Cheap Flights to India with Air India

Air India direct flights is a bit less expensive than those offered by British Airways. These flights are immensely sought after by the Indian community living in the UK and are usually fully booked long before the flight departs for an Indian landing strip. There are seven direct flights between the London and New Delhi, every week, once each day. A flight leaves for New Delhi at 9:45 AM from London Heathrow Airport. The flight from London to Mumbai is also scheduled once a day, and the flight leaves London Heathrow Airport at 1 PM. There are three direct Air India flights between London to Bangalore, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. More than a dozen indirect flights are connecting Manchester with Mumbai and Birmingham with Delhi every week.

What is the cheapest time of year to fly to India?

The cheapest time to visit India is in the fall between the months of August and October. Even though in the high summers the temperature goes beyond 40°C, the Indians residing overseas return to their homeland in large numbers over the summer break. The monsoon season is when the prices drop down to the lowest trends. The monsoons brew up in the Bay of Bengal when the sun heats the ocean water, and the water vapour blows inland and is pushed up by the Himalayas into the stratosphere where they condense and fall. The monsoons are revered in India as they provide water to the parched fields and breathe a new life to the land. There is a chance of flooding, but with an improving drainage system, there is a better chance that you might enjoy your cheap vacation to India in the fall.

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When Is The Best Time To Visit India?

India is about thirteen times the size of the United Kingdom. With the snow clad Himalayas in the north, to the tropical and toasty beaches of Goa in the south, to the Rajasthan Desert in the east and the mangrove forests on the Ganges delta in the West – India’s weather is a bit difficult to summarise and then conclude the ideal time to visit the country. However, a generalisation can be made and correlating that with the dates of many festivals celebrated in India, the best time to visit India would be between the months of October and March. We strongly recommend that the traveller research the specific weather conditions of the region before embarking the journey.

The summers are generally intense in India, except if you intend to visit the mountainous north and are a part of a climbing expedition. By and large, the lowlands of India experience milder winter, and the temperature remains between 22°C to 29°C between October and December. There is little rain in the last three of the year and none at all from January onwards to March, making this an excellent period to visit India. This time is also the high season in tourism in India, which means that there would be more people ready to pay more for a hotel room and an airline ticket to India. Book a vacation to India well in advance during this period can skim off a large amount of money from your budget..

What are the major international airports in India?

India is a vast country both in area and population. Thirty-four international airports are functioning in India, but the busiest airports are as follows.

Indra Gandhi International Airport (DEL)

The busiest international airport in India is the Indra Gandhi International Airport (DEL) located in New Delhi. The airport is, in fact, the twelfth busiest airport in the world and sixth busiest in Asia. Currently, Indra Gandhi International Airport handles about 70 million passengers each year, but the Indian government plans to develop the facilities further to handle more than 100 million passengers annually by 2030. The airport is also the recipient of many awards by Skytrax and Airports Council International. The Rashtrapati Bhavan or the residence of the President of India is regarded as the centre of the city. There are plenty of high-end hotels around that area as well. Travelling to the President’s Residence from the airport by car can take thirty minutes and covers a distance of 12 kilometres.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (BOM)

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (BOM) is the second busiest airport of the country and serves the residents of the Greater Mumbai Area. Mumbai being the centre of the Bollywood industry is a hip and happening place, with people flying in and out of the city and last year 50 million passengers walked through the airport’s gates. Mumbai Airport was designated as the “Best Airport in India and Central Asia” by Skytrax in 2015. The fort area right at the tip of the horn of Mumbai is considered as the city centre. From there it takes an hour to reach the airport, covering a distance of 32 kilometres by car.

Kempegowda International Airport (BLR)

Bengaluru or formerly known as Bangalore is served by the Kempegowda International Airport (BLR) . The airport is forty kilometres from downtown Bengaluru, which can be easily covered in one hour by waving down a taxi. The third busiest airport in India receives 20 million passengers every year, and this figure is still exponentially rising. There are plans in the pipeline to replace this airport with a new one at Tirusulam someday.

What are the major landmarks in India?

India is one of the most diverse, mystic and vibrant countries of the world. The central mainland holds strategic importance and hosts most of the historical landmarks from the British Colonial era as well as the Mughal Dynasty and the Delhi Sultanate before British settlements.

Hindu Temples and Sites:

With Hinduism being the oldest of religions, many renowned temples, even though some of them are ruined, are major religious landmarks existent to date. The Meenakshi Amman Temple, the Shree Somnath Jyotirling Temple, the Brihadeeswara Temple, and the Shree Jagannath Temple are some of the great hubs of religious communities, with many practising Hindu rituals every day. Flower-drawn deities, incense, stonework, and sculptures are the main aspects to be considered as the salient features of such landmarks.

Islamic Heritage:

One of the most crucial elements of Indian history is that of Islamic heritage, which comes in two categories; the Mughal and the non-Mughal Sultanates. The Mughal Empire brought in widespread development in arts and architecture left ever-present at the Taj Mahal, the Agra Fort, and the Red Fort. Probably the most iconic site is the Taj Mahal. The ivory white legacy of the then Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahaan, situated on the Yamuna River makes a grand impression. Another Mughal site is the famous Humayun's Tomb. Apart from Mughal constructions, there are several other forts and monuments erected by non-Mughal Islamic kings and nawabs. Highlights include the Golconda Fort, Lodhi Gardens, and Qutb Minar.

Sikh Heritage:

The Harmandir Sahib, commonly dubbed as the Golden Temple, is a Sikh Temple where the massive Sikh community gathers for worship and to take the holy dip in the temple's pond. There are also some royal palaces in Rajasthan namely the Amber Palace and the Hawa Mahal that share Sikh Heritage.

Post-Independence Landmarks:

Then there are national landmarks of the state, symbolising the independence and establishment of the country post-independence. On your way from the Mumbai airport to the hotel, you pass through the Gateway of India. The Jallianwala Bagh (a public garden) was also established after partition in Amritsar. The Mumbai skyline is graced with the subsequent construction of multiple skyscrapers like the Palais Royale, the Three Sixty West, the Lokhandwala Minerva, and the Namaste Tower.

Which events and festivals are celebrated in India?

India is an amazingly multicultural and multi-ethnic country. There is no question why it is called the land of festivals. The long history and rich culture give reason to celebrate almost every day. Spring comes in a bit early in South India, so they celebrate Pongal which is a four-day harvest celebration in mid-January. The festival is famous for large bonfires, dances and sweets and is mainly observed in the Tamil region of the country. Holi -the festival of colours- is a fest in late March when all of India is coloured in more hues then there are in a rainbow.

Northern India, however, celebrates the ‘death of winter’ by flying kites and eating ladoos at the Makar Sankranti festival. It is also the festival for the Sikh New Year. Remaining in Punjab, the Sikh community soon after celebrates the Baisakhi festival, on the 14th of April. It is a harvest festival observed with the drum beats and the reaping of the wheat crop. Easter is celebrated a week or so after, amongst the Christian community of India. Many Muslims are living in India and celebrate the Eid ul Fitr in May.

In early October the Dussehra witnesses the triumph of good over evil, when mobs burn down the giant effigies of Ravana and later in the same month Diwali is celebrated. Diwali is the festival of lights, and every street in the country is adorned with fairy lights, candles and oil lamps as firework ablaze the night sky.

What are the transportation options available to tourists within India?

As is mentioned above, India is a vast country. Getting from one city to the other can be either easy or very difficult, but one must always remember that it’s in the journey, not the destination. The first rule of the book is that most public transport is not as punctual as they are in the United Kingdom. Please also consider getting a Protected Area Permit when applying for your visa, if you intend to roam in the Jammu and Kashmir, Lakshadweep, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh and the Uttaranchal States.

The sheer size of the country makes flying a better transport option between cities. India has 120 airports, both international and domestic, and cheap local Indian airlines like Air India and IndiGo Airlines give tourists access to far off places in the country. Please arrive at the airport at least two hours before your flight takes off and ask around at the airport if you are unsure about something. Most people in India are well versed in English or at least at able to communicate with British tourists.

Trains are the most widely used mode of transport, especially for long-distance travel. The country has been expanding its railway network and now claims to have the most extensive railway lines in the world. The trains allow the passenger to admire the scenic beauty of India along the way. It is the cheapest and safest way to travel through the county, though a bit tiring and time-consuming. Along with conventional trains, there are luxury trains with air-conditioning and dining facilities.

Within the city, travel is better on taxis or rented cars. Buses are available but they are packed to the brim with people, and most passengers have to stand and hold the straps that are dangling from the roof of the bus and try to resist the inertial sway as the vehicle makes its way. Driving yourself is not recommended at all as most people in India drive rashly, which is typical for the country. Hire a driver along with the car, who would charge around £2 per day or take a taxi everywhere you go. Travelling by rickshaw is an absolute must, at least once, on your trip to India.

Which five-star hotels and accommodation are available for stay in India?

India is the land of hospitality. There is a saying in Hindi which means that ‘a guest is the image of God’. With the same spirit, the staffs at luxury resorts and five-star hotels provide services to their guests. There are many more economical options available for your stay in India as well.

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