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Even if the words are well chosen, it is impossible in the space of a few paragraphs to do justice to this vast country, the seventh largest in the world. India holidays offer an enormous number of experiences and all very different. The geography of the country covers every topological feature and the climate ranges from tropical in the south to temperate in the north. Whether you are seeking relaxation on a sandy shore, an adventure trip, a safari into the jungle, trekking in the Himalayan foothills or the National Parks, or exploring the Golden Triangle, there'll be a cheap India holiday to suit. A great but rather expensive way to see the country and to visit major attractions is to take a first class train excursion. It is like travelling in a five star hotel and will be an unforgettable trip. India is a country of contrasts and this does not only apply to the climate or the landscape but also to the distribution of wealth. There is much abject poverty sitting alongside great affluence in the country that you'll find beggars wherever you visit.
You must decide on the type of India holiday you want, and prioritise your sightseeing as it is obviously impossible to see all that the country has to offer. If you choose a beach holiday head for Goa with its sun bleached sands and its warm Arabian waters. It is a great for those who want a winter break as you are assured of good weather and you also avoid the monsoon season.
The National Parks offer elephant safaris and tiger spotting trips. These large cats are rather elusive but the experience with the elephants is probably rewarding enough. The most famous tourist attraction is of course the Taj Mahal in Agra. It is a truly magnificent building dating from the seventeenth century. If you take the popular Golden Triangle Tour, you visit Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, and you can also incorporate an excursion into the Ranthambore National Park to look for tigers.
The standards of hotels can vary significantly but four and five star establishments offers high standards of luxury and excellent service. The wide choice of food caters for all tastes. You'll find that Indian cuisine differs from region to region and is also very different from your Friday night curry back home.
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