india travel planner

Come and discover incredible Inda with Laterallife. This country is so rich with culture and tradition and there is so much to see and experience. Why not let Laterallife take the hassle out of planning your next holiday, we can take care of your accomodation, transport, book your tours, activities and sightseeing. Because we know the country on a local level we know the best spots and all the "must see" and "must do" attractions. Laterallife is a bespoke India travel planner and we can plan an exciting itinerary for your next visit to India. See below for some great India travel ideas.

 

 

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal

 

The Taj Mahal is one of the worlds most popular and recognized tourist destinations. It is a widely celebrated structure and a symbol of India's rich history. It is among the new seven wonders of the world and attracts nearly 12,000 people daily. The Taj Mahal is actually a tomb built in the 17th century by the Mughal ruler Shah Jahan for this wife Mumtaz Mahal. It is  made from a beautiful white crystalline  marble and definitely has to go on your "to do list" when travelling to India.  Laterallife can plan fully organised tours to the Taj Mahal including guides and transport. Make sure you come and experience the culture and wonder of the Taj Mahal with the expert India travel planner, Laterallife.

 

 

 

Markets in Jaipur

Markets in Jaipur

 

Some of Jaipur's best shopping experiences can be found at the city's old bazzaars, also known as the jewellers market. Master the art of bargaining at these markets and pick up everything from textiles, wooden furniture, jewellery, brassware, rugs and souvenirs. These markets have such a variety of goods on offer and exceptionally cheap for travellers in term of exchange rates. Experience the vibrant energy and colours of the market with Laterallife, the premier India travel planner and really see India at a roots and local level. 

 

 

 

 

 

Holi Festival 

Holi Festival

 

Holi is a major festival in the Hindu calender and celebrates Spring. The festival is celebrated on the day after the last full moon of the Hindu month of Phalguna. In western calendars the month of Phalguna falls on late February and early March. The colourful festival is more associated with fun rather then religious observance. It begins with bonfires lit on Holi eve followed by dancing, singing and the throwing and smearing each other of powder paint and coloured water. Holi brings together all the people of india as the festival is celebrated with no distinction between age, gender, social class. It is also very popular among non-Hindus and many people of other communities outside Asia.  

 

 

 

 

Boat Cruise Kerala

Boat Cruise, Kerala

 

Explore the fascinating back waters of Kerala with a scenic and relaxing boat cruise. Explore the wonderful coastline and see and experience the beautiful plant and swamp life. Kick your feet up, wind down and just enjoy the calm and tranquil sights of the cruise while floating down the river. If you are interested in discovering amazing India, be sure to get in touch with us Laterallife, the expert India travel planner.  

 

 

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