There are more than 30 online travel companies in India, excluding airlines and other hotel websites. Few of them specialize in specific areas. In order to benefit all Indian tourists from all over the world, the top ten websites that can book travel in India are as follows −
Makemytrip.com -MakeMyTrip is India's number one travel website, founded and promoted by Mr. Deep Kalra, and is the top website for all travel related products and services in the country. They now offer airline tickets, hotel reservations, car rentals, resorts and even train reservations on their website. Makemytrip caters to the US / Canada market, the Indian market, and recently they also started Makemytrip UAE. Makemytrip is currently conducting an initial public offering in the United States, raising approximately $ 100 million. They were oversubscribed and raised about $ 800 million. Their office is located in Gurgaon, India and currently employs more than 700 people. Their code areas of expertise include vacation planning and booking, including inbound travellers. They are believed to sell 8,000 tickets per day.
Yatra -Yatra is known as the country's second largest OTA travel website. Dhruv Shringi promoted it with several other guys who had worked at eBookers before the company was founded. Yatra is funded by India's leading Reliance Group, TV 18 Group and NVP, and has also recently received funding from Intel. They specialize in domestic flights. They are also from Gurgaon, India and have more than 600 employees. They also book car rentals, hotels, holidays and train reservations. Currently, they are expected to sell 5,000 tickets per day.
Creterip -About 3 years ago, Cleartrip was a new entrant in the Indian market and they are known for their technology. As the name suggests, their technology is very clear, and there are no banners or pop-ups on the homepage. They are the first OTAs to integrate with India's IRCTC railway booking system. They are from Mumbai and have a smaller team compared to Makemytrip or Yatra.
Expedia India -Expedia recently entered the travel industry in India and currently they are focusing on the hotel business. They have not integrated low-cost airlines [such as GoAir, GoIndigo, JetLite, Kingfisher Red, etc.] into their product portfolio. But it is certain that within a year, they will lead the Indian market.
Travelocity India -Travelocity is once again a new entrant into the Indian market and is growing rapidly. They recently purchased another OTA hotel called Travelguru. They are being controlled by Singapore.