Travel To West India - With Indian Panorama
This is another of India’s less-visited (and, to be fair, less well-defined) regions. The coastal parts of Karnataka and Kerala are definitely classified as South India, so really the western India would largely consist of Maharashtra, a huge state of which Mumbai is the capital, and Gujarat.
Maharashtra has plenty of interesting places to see, but other than Aurangabad- the stepping-off point for the incredible ancient rock-cut cave temples of Ajanta and Ellora - and Mumbai itself there is relatively little infrastructure and distances are pretty imposing. Generally we would recommend in-depth touring of Maharashtra for your 5th-or-beyond visit to India, after you’ve explored far and wide in easier-to-visit places. But Ajanta and Ellora are the exception and are fairly easy to fit into any itinerary.
Popular West India Tour Itineraries
This section presents a few of our sample itineraries for the western regions of India. Beaches of Maharashtra, Beaches of Goa, History and Architecture of Gujarat. Get in touch and ask us how we can help you to discover this untrammelled part of the subcontinent.
West India City Guide
The City Guide information in this section gives an insight on the popular destinations of Goa, Maharashtra and Gujarat, which can ease the process of planning your tour to West India.
Activities do to in West India
The wildlife sanctuaries across West India gives you more options to explore and enjoy the beauty of nature in its complete essence. The jeep safaris, elephant rides, river rafting , bamboo rafting, trekking are few of the suggested activities here.