India

  • ISBN13: 9781741791518
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Lonely Planet is the expert on India. Our 13th edition eases you through the spicy diversity of India – from the thrilling bustle of Delhi’s bazaars, to the laid-back beaches of Goa, the serene beauty of Himalayan Sikkim, and the majesty of Jaisalmer’s ancient fort.

Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of every destination they visit. This fully updated edition is packed with accurate, practical and honest advice, designed to give you the information you need to make the most of your trip.

In This Guide:

Bonus activities chapter detailing camel treks, watersports and yoga
Tasty color feature reveals the best local food
Festive special section on Indi… More >>

India

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5 Responses to India

  1. Wagner Belo says:

    I’ve bought three books in the end oh september and untill now (oct 28th) I didn’t receive anything. It could be because I live in Brazil and the mail service is not to fast. I hope take it soon.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Anonymous says:

    As mentioned earlier, this book can seem to easy to knock because of its veneration by the wide eyed and uncool. I recommend this book for travel information, ie buses, trains, etc., for the first time visitor. I disrecommend it for its recommendations of hotels and eateries. India is a land overflowing with places to stay and eat, and those mentioned in this book are full of aforementioned hordes of the ‘uncool’, and correpondingly overpriced.
    I also disrecommend it because info on local points of interest leave a little
    to be desired, the tone of the authors is often a little smug, and by buying this book you are funding the ruination of hard found havens by the unwashed hippy masses. But I suppose that’s inevitable.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. Anonymous says:

    As mentioned earlier, this book can seem to easy to knock because of its veneration by the wide eyed and uncool. I recommend this book for travel information, ie buses, trains, etc., for the first time visitor. I disrecommend it for its recommendations of hotels and eateries. India is a land overflowing with places to stay and eat, and those mentioned in this book are full of aforementioned hordes of the ‘uncool’, and correpondingly overpriced.
    I also disrecommend it because info on local points of interest leave a little
    to be desired, the tone of the authors is often a little smug, and by buying this book you are funding the ruination of hard found havens by the unwashed hippy masses. But I suppose that’s inevitable.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. Mattie Davis says:

    The book is GORGEOUS – so informative! Our only problem now is that we have just 8 days to visit – I want to see it ALL! Descriptive to the max – Lonely Planet has done it again – for travelers, historians, or collector – this is a MUST!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. R Morrell says:

    the Lonely Planet guide to India is THE guide. Going to India with the Lonely Planet changed my life. It also tells you to leave the guide behind and follow your intuition. I did. The result was my new book, on how to travel with your intuition and change your life. Travelling Magically: How to Turn Your Journey into a Life-Changing Experience. Quite a few stories about my time in India there – I wouldn’t have missed it for the world.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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