Bihariji Travel is a travel agency, specializing in inbound tourism to the Indian sub-continent, encompassing India and Nepal.
Apart from the usual tours to India, we have a number of special interest tours wherein we take our clients to an in-depth journey in those fields. These include those in the field of religion, culture, dance & drama, textiles & jewellery, fairs & festivals, architecture, yoga and wildlife in India.
Personalized service is the strongest point of our organization. We are able to provide this service because we have a passion for our company and we want to show you the real India through our eyes.
Our office is in New Delhi, the capital city of India. We have a wide network of contacts throughout the country who all have great knowledge about their own area. We are committed to foreign travel as a means of enriching one's knowledge and understanding of the world around us. There is simply no substitute for travel to broaden our view, enrich our culture, and stimulate our mind. We understand this at Bihariji travel and make this all possible on our tours. *Join us. Let us make it happen for you*. We continue to research places and events to make our tours more exciting and interesting. India is such a challenge and with our experience and knowledge about our home country we can help you to make your travel experience in India go smoothly.
Bihariji travel is dedicated to maintaining the highest ethical standards in the travel industry. Attractive and carefully planned tours to the Indian sub-continent for both groups and individuals - are prepared and executed meticulously with professional and personalized service. They include all facilities based on choice of hotel accommodation, excellent cuisine,well-informed guides and escorts, air, train and surface transportation.
E-mail and internet links with all our Indian & overseas contacts also help us to maintain a rapid two-way communication, very essential in the travel industry. It would be a pleasure knowing you and serving your esteemed clients on their sojourn to India.