Cheap round-trip flights to India

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Flights to India

Travelers should consider what city they wish to arrive in, and choose their flights to India based on the proximity of the airport to their destination. Passengers on India flights visiting Delhi, India's capital, will arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport, which is located approximately forty-five minutes from the city. IGIA is constantly being improved and expanded. In 2011 it received accolades as the world's best 25-40 million passenger airport. For passengers traveling to India's southern capital, Chennai, India flights will be routed to Chennai International Airport, which is roughly twenty minutes from downtown Chennai. The airport is the international gateway to southern India and handles a high volume of traffic. Finally, visitors staying in Mumbai fly into Chattrapathi Shivaji International Airport, which serves as India's primary entry point. The airport is roughly ninety minutes from Mumbai.

India Weather

When planning flights to India, visitors should keep in mind that India's climate varies dramatically depending on which part of the country your India flights arrive. India is home to eight distinct climate zones, which range from arid western deserts to glacial regions in the north and tropical rainforest areas in the southwest. The one thing that India's climate zones have in common is the prevalence and unpredictability of monsoonal rains. If possible, travelers taking flights to India should avoid the monsoon season from June-September, and visit in the winter instead.

Getting Around India

After landing on flights to India, travelers have a wealth of public transportation options at their disposal. Because foreign traffic regulations and traffic can be confusing and stressful, visitors may wish to rely on India's many buses, taxis, rickshaws, and trains for transportation. There are several trains that travel India, as well as cheap and clean metro rails in many major cities. India's Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) is equally economical, and in recent years the government has modernized many of the country's bus lines. Perhaps the most traditional and unique way to travel India, however, is by rickshaw. Rickshaw travel allows visitors to tour the city the traditional way and interact with drivers to learn more about the country and customs.

India Attractions

India is known for its richly preserved cultural heritage, ornate architecture, and diverse terrain. Whether visitors are adventurers seeking new peaks to reach and deserts to explore, or historians who strive to immerse themselves in culture and archeology, in India there is a special journey for everyone. Prominent attractions include:

  • The Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world
  • Kovalam Beach, home to coconut groves, balmy lagoons, pristine sands, and sheltered coves
  • The Himalayas, a mountain range offering natural wildlife preserves and steep trails that seem to sweep the sky
  • Khajuraho Temples, internationally famous temples constructed between 950 and 1050 CE and adorned with traditional sculptures devoted to spiritual and physical love
  • Corbett National Park, where Bengal tigers, elephants, crocodiles, and pythons enjoy sanctuary
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