Travelling by Air
One of the easiest medium to reach India is by Air. Cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad are some of the cities that has the International Airport. These airports are accessible from all over the world.
Besides that for the tour around India, domestic flights are also easily available. Since, airports are on the outer parts of the cities, hiring a cab or rickshaw will be very helpful to reach the hotels. Prepaid cabs and Rickshaws are available outside the terminals of the airport.
Air India, Jet Airways, Air Sahara, Indian Airlines serves as International flights to India from every part of the world. Meanwhile, they also have the domestic flights effective within the different part of the nation.
Travelling by Train
Another medium to travel India is via railways. Railways do not have international connections but one of the railway service named Samjhauta express travels from Pakistan to India. But before travelling from that route to India, one must confirm that the service is currently active or not. As the express system works on the basis of the current relation between two countries.
Travelling by Road
Adventure and close encounter with nature is all that you can experience while travelling from Road. Nepal being connected to India through land boarders becomes one of the access point to travel via road. Travelling from Nepal also needs a road permit that can be arranged from the embassy of India. Bus services from Kathmandu – Delhi is also available now. It’s very interesting and the best way to travel for all the adventure lover’s to travel via roads. But at the same time it’s quite tough and challenging as well. Travelling through roads will be very hectic and time consuming.