Tourism in North India

Rasjasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand

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Accommodation Types: Luxuary Hotels, Standard Hotels, Guest Houses, Indian Families

Meals : Full board, Half board, Breakfast, No meals

There is something for everyone and for all budgets. For "backpackers" and those who want to save money, host families, guest house and Indian standard hotels are often under 10€ per night. For those who want to enjoy the cost of living to be accommodated in luxury hotels or palaces, the price remains mostly in the range of standard French hotels (except for a few Palace where prices can be quite high).

Pay attention to the fact that all the destinations do not offer the same choices. Jaipur and Udaipur provide access to all types of accommodation, including wonderful Palaces. Some cities in Himalayas or smaller cities of Rajasthan do not allow to target the accommodation of high standing.

Urban Transportation: Rickshaw, Taxi, Car with Driver

Several options are available, again depending on the desired comfort. A Backpacker may attempt to negotiate directly with Riskshaw drivers. The reservation of a vehicle for a whole day (Rickshaw with driver or air-conditioned car with driver) is a more relaxing solution.

Transportation from City to City: Train, Bus, A/C Bus, Car with Driver

For the most adventurous ones and those looking for high savings, Train or Bus are good alternatives. But for maximum comfort an A/C car with driver is the ideal solution. Depending on the planning and distances a mix of both solutions may be the best compromise.

Cultural Activities

A stay in India is a great opportunity for deep cultural experience. North India and Rajasthan are full of cultural attractions and monuments that worth a visit. Why know enjoying your stay in the region to experience Sari or Hennea's workshops, cooking or Hindi classes, visits in villages and handicraft workshops?

Wellbeing and Relaxation

North India is also a great destination in prospect of relaxing activities. Swimingpools, Spa and other healthcare activities are available. This type of stay is also an opportunity for Yoga and Meditation initiation via classes and workshops.

Sport Activities

A trip to Himalaya (Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand) offers a great range of thrilling activities, such as Rafting, Trekking, paragliding. Discovering some cities by bike (Jaipur for example) is feasible, but beware of traffic and heat if you come in the hot period.

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  • tips for developing and finalizing your planning of activities and bookings
  • reservation services for your accommodation, transport and activities (according to your needs)
  • support in the departure formalities (including assistance for the Visa application process, advice on insurance, vaccines, airline tickets), as well as preparation for culture shock
  • reception, integration and follow-up as well as assistance in case of problems once in India

Guides and private Driver

One of the most comfortable solutions for the traveler is to go for for a guide / driver with an air-conditioned vehicle that accompanies you for the urban journey and the visits of monuments. These guides are carefully selected on criteria including cultural and human aspects.

Trips Examples

Budget approximation (not contractual), based on 10 days


Elephant Care

Friends / Individual

Low Budgets

Discover Rajasthan with a low Budget


Taj Mahal

Friends / Families

All Budgets

Sport and Discovery


Zipline Jodphur

Individual / Families

Intermediary to High Budgets

Enjoy low cost of living for high standards infrastructures


Trekking Rishikesh

Friends / Individual

Low Budgets

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Must-Sees for North India

According to our Travelers

Elephant Care

Elephant Care - Amer

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal - Agra

Monkey Temple

Monkey Temple - Jaipur

Camel Safari

Camel Safari - Jaisalmer

Zipline Jodphur

Tyrolienne - Jodphur

Trekking Rishikesh

Trekking - Rishikesh

Pushkar Lake

Lac Sacré - Pushkar

Udaipur Lake

Lac Pichola - Udaipur


The best period regarding weather extends from September to March. The best period regarding the price of hotels is the "low" season, from April to August.

If you have enough flexibility try to be present in India during the two big local festivals: Diwali (end of October / beginning of November) and Holi (usually beginning of March) to enjoy the festive atmosphere.

For a short stay (about a week), target for example 2 or 3 days in Jaipur, 1 day in Taj Mahal, 2 days in Udaipur and 1 or 2 days in Jodphur.

For a longer stay (two weeks or more), take the opportunity to fully explore Rajasthan through activities and workshops to probe the traditional local culture, or target the main cities of Rajasthan (Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodphur ) as well as the Taj Mahal and spend 5 days to a week in the calm of the Himalayas.

It is tempting to plan to visit one city a day. To fully enjoy your stay, take the time to discover the main cities and their atmospheres by staying a few days. This alleviates fatigue related to travel, cultural shock and possible health concerns.

Although Delhi is the capital of India, some famous landmarks are worth a look and many tourist routes pass through Delhi's airport, we advise travelers instead to target safer, quieter and less expensive cities. Travelers' feedbacks on their stay in Delhi are not often positive.
Several means of transport are at your disposal for affordable prices. The very particular way of driving and the density of the road traffic are part of the elements which push avoiding driving a vehicle. This also requires time consuming formalities and several insurers can refuse coverage of damage if you drove in India.
Everything is different: the notion of time, the differences between social categories, infrastructures ... to fully enjoy the experience, it is necessary to know at least the local culture, from the perspective of living to the Indian rhythm (often punctuated by unpredictable surprises). Even if you choose high standards infrastructures for accommodation, the experience will necessarily be immersive and with inevitable cultural confrontation.
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Florent Daspet de StepOut Abroad

Florent StepOut Abroad / Advisor for Touristic trips to India

We never get bored in India, there is always something going on, and it is important to take this aspect into account to better apprehend the Indian experience. There will be unforeseen events, your patience will be put to a test and some aspects of Indian culture (especially the differences between social categories) are sometimes hard to accept for westerners. But the cultural challenge is well worth the counterweight of human and touristic experiences. The price/value ratio is also a big asset of India.