by Olga

India is a country synonymous with exotic and mysterious, a travelling destination that must be concluded in everyones’ bucketslist!  Traveling in  India does not look like any other trip! Are you ready to explore India? We created  a travel itinerary & useful tips to help you organise your trip easily!

Let the journey begin…

The steps are very simple:

  • Take the decision to travel to India!
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  • Send us an email stating that you are interested in our detailed itineraries for India!
  • That’s it! Have a nice trip.

Here are the steps to help you plan the perfect itinerary and save some time instead of searching on your own!


  1. Check the 4 sample itineraries we prepared for you, so that you get an idea of what to expect.
  2. Decide which tour suits you most from 1 to 4 (decide when & where & how many persons).
  3. E-mail the tour agency we recommend by our personal experience (it is important that you share your first email with us ).
  4. Mention “NonstopTravellers” in your Email to enjoy a discount on your tour!!!
  5. From now on, you customize your trip with the tour agency we recommended and there’s not any commitment to us!


Please feel free to leave us some feedback using #nonstop_travellers in your social media & @nonstop_travellers on your instagram account and let us know whether you enjoyed the trip!

Send us a message via our contact form, by clicking here!!!

Our new project aims to promote traveling, we want all of you to travel and experience India like we did.

We have no personal gain and we have devoted many hours of personal working to prepare you this itineraries so please contact us if you are interested in ttravelling to India and enjoy our help!

* We do not substitute the services of a travel agency!

Find out more about India in our previous blog posts:

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