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Colourful and exuberant, India is a spectacular feast for the senses, not to mention your tastebuds. History buffs will love the UNESCO World Heritage listed monuments of Jaipur, Jodhpur and Agra. Nature lovers will be in their element in Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve and Bandhavgarh National Park. And spiritualists will be moved in cities like Varanasi and the ancient ruins of Sarnath. Home to the incredible Taj Mahal, the beautiful beaches of Goa and the mystical Ghats of Varanasi.

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Agra India


Home to the world-famous Taj Mahal, Agra is the gem of the Mughal empire and a lasting testament to the strength and endurance of its legacy. While visitors come to Agra to experience the wondrous Taj Mahal and its lovely surroundings, other attractions abound, including...

Delhi, India


The ancient and the modern blend seamlessly in Delhi, the bustling capital of India and a true symbol of the country’s storied past and thriving present. Through its rich heritage, intoxicating arts and artisans, diverse cuisine and vibrant culture, Delhi lures in...

Goa India


Known for its miles of beaches and remote fishing villages stretching along the Arabian Sea, the state of Goa in Western India is a vast, green oasis where visitors come to soak up the sun and get away from it all. Liberated from Portuguese rule in 1961, the region still...

Jaipur India


Affectionately referred to as the “Pink City” because of the colour of the stone used exclusively in the city’s construction, Jaipur beckons visitors with its exotic, colourful architecture, thoughtfully planned streets and ornately adorned walled city. Get lost...


Brimming with lush, green vegetation, sparkling white sand beaches, and a vast network of interconnected rivers, Kerala, in Southern India, is blessed with incredible natural beauty and diverse ecology. Periyar National Tiger Park, Eravikulam Reserve, Silent Valley Park...

Shimla India


Located in the foothills of Northern India, colourful Shimla was once the capital of British India, and still bears the mark of British rule as displayed in the neo-gothic, Elizabethan structures around the centre of town. The city remains the terminus of the...