Private jet charter to India
India is a destination that will challenge you. It challenges the way you think, the way you perceive the world and your own sense of self and spirituality. It’s a land of contrasts, from the heaving throngs of people in the city to the dazzling beaches of Goa, and the stirring spiritual sites to the tranquillity of the Keralan backwaters. Charter a private jet to India, expect the unexpected, and simply go with the flow.
One of the most iconic buildings in the world, the Taj Mahal, is located in Agra, so it’s a city that sees a lot of footfall. The Taj Mahal is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a Wonder of the World, and a major reason for most visits to Agra. Agra itself makes up part of India’s Golden Triangle and is home to a collection of other historical and religious sites. Jaipur makes up another point of the triangle and is charmingly referred to as ‘the Pink City’ after the pink and red sandstone used within it. It is also home to palace complexes and the unique Amber Fort is just a short drive away.
Delhi is the final point of the triangle and also India’s capital. Loud, chaotic and unruly, Delhi is without doubt a handful. It offers a patchwork path through history, with architecture representing each empire that came before. There are also plenty of museums, bazaars, malls, coffee shops and so much more. Mumbai is another of these frenetic cities, with throngs of people, vehicles and animals at every turn. Whilst this may sound off-putting, it’s an unmissable experience, and if you simply let yourself be taken along, offering touts a firm no, you’ll soon find out why this city captures as many hearts as it does.
Outside the cities, India has a lot to offer. Two of its most popular spots are the beaches of Goa and the backwaters of Kerala, two very different, but equally enchanting locations. There’s also a multitude of national parks, many home to the elusive and endangered tiger. Goa, having been ruled by the Portuguese in the past, looks different to the rest of India and the whole state feels far more laidback. Kerala is also a good spot for beaches, but it’s usually the lagoons and rivers that lure people to the area. Dotted with boats, the rivers and lagoons are home to many. During the day you can cruise through, watching life unfold upon the shore and at night let the water beneath your houseboat rock you to sleep.
There are of course a hundred and more reasons to book a private jet with Air Charter Service to India. The food, the festivals, the temples, you’ll need to visit time and time again to truly get to the heart of this beautiful, complex country.