the major cities of India are well connected with air, rail,
and road. For further information, please contact your travel
agent in India.
Traveling by air in India is the most comfortable
and convenient mode of travel, although expensive. There are as
many as 115 domestic airports in India.
railway network is the fourth largest in the world, with tracks
running over 108,513 km (67,427miles) and connecting 7,150
stations. Over 10,000 trains run daily, transporting an average
of 13 million people. For most visitors, train journeys add
a new dimension to their experience of India.
India has an extensive network of major and
minor roads, linking all the major cities of the country. A large
number of car rental companies, hotels and taxi stands provide excellent
car rental services.
you can travel by coach, bus, and ferry.
local transportation, there are many options which vary from city
to city. You can avail the services of cycle-rickshaw, auto-rickshaw
vikrams( large versions of auto-rickshaw), jeeps, tempos, and
also horse drawn carriages( tangas), and camel and bullock