With a population of over 20 million people, holidays to Mumbai allow you to explore this commercial capital of India, and the centre of the Bollywood movie industry. On Mumbai holidays, from the India Gateway you can take the ferry to Elephanta Island to see some incredible sculptures and caves that are now a World Heritage Site.
Gujarat holidays usually focus on wildlife, including the rare Asiatic lions of Gir National Park & the Little Rann of Kutsch, established to protect the endangered Asiatic wild ass. The Banni Grasslands, on the outer edge of these marshy salt flats, is a world birding hot spot where numerous migrants, endemics and birds of prey can be seen and Blackbuck National Park should also not be overlooked.
Gujarat holidays can also include many cultural treasures - including the imposing Shore Temple of Somnath, one of the twelve Jyotirlingas (shrines) of Lord Shiva, the pilgrimage city of Dwarka and historic Ahmedabad.
Holidays to Goa, on the Arabian Sea, are a magnet for sun worshippers and offers miles and miles of wonderful beaches. Goa holidays on the north coast are best for those seeking lots of activities and nightlife, although the much quieter beaches along the south coast are arguably better. This is the ideal place to relax after a touring holiday or tiger safari in other parts of India.