So big it’s the worlds largest sub-continent, India is top on most travelers’ lists. Nowhere else in the world is the variety of life more apparent. The clamor of the cities is balanced by the beauty of the countryside and tranquility of India’s spiritual heart; and the overload of smells, sights and tastes will have you reeling in shock but thirsty for more.
Choosing when to go depends mainly on the weather – temperatures have reached 50°C – but in such a large country you can always find a cool spot to escape the heat, even if it does involve a dip in the ocean.
- Low cost of living
- Diverse people and culture
- Beautiful countryside and coastline
- Fascinating experiences that you can’t get anywhere else
- Some of the best cuisine you’ll ever try
Things you might not know about Teaching English in India
- India has the highest cinema attendance of any country in the world: more than 2.8 billion movies are watched per year, more than twice as much as in the USA.
- India has over 5000 different newspapers – more than any other country and almost 10 times as many as the country in second place, Turkey.
- We owe many inventions to India, such as chess, university and the digit “0” (zero).
- The Indian Railway network employs over 1.5 million people, making it the second-largest employer in the world behind the Chinese Army.