India with its incredible diversity of history, culture and natural beauty, now an international business investment destination with a booming economy.
Before you move forward by leaps and bounds of Agra holiday packages, the city beats back to the golden era of the Indian history. The city is one of the prominent international tourist destinations in India that receives lakhs of tourists from different corners of the world. Agra hosts one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal, which was built by emperor Shahjahan.
The Andaman and the Nicobar group of islands form a narrow broken chain in the form of a north-south arc situated in the Bay of Bengal. The Andamans are one of those rare places where one finds the deep blue sea with extremely clean beaches along with scenic mountains. The seas around the Andamans are some of the world’s most unspoilt and make for the perfect diving location. Havelock Island is a picturesque, natural paradise with beautiful white sandy beaches, rich coral reefs and lush green forest. Get ready to be mesmerised by the wonders of Havelock.
Experience this vibrant land of Rajasthan with its colour and culture of royal India. A state ruled by various rajas and maharajas unfolds many unsaid stories of the regal era. Relive the lives of great warriors and their chivalry, their romance, glory and tragedy. Discover layers of history in Delhi, the site of seven cities and where the old and the new collide even today. Journey to that ode to love known to the world as the Taj Mahal, in Agra. In fact, immerse yourself in wondrous Rajasthan and a whole lot more.
Some of the most colourful and culturally fascinating aspects of India, with sites of ancient civilisations and kingdoms are to be found in the southern part of India. The timeless and classical treasures of the south of India are yours in this extensive coverage of south India. Combining the two states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, you get a smorgasbord of history, culture and nature. From soaring temples to expansive nature reserves, one of a kind backwaters to an outpost of French colonial history, south India beats to its own rhythm.
What do you get when you combine Rajput and Mughal architecture? You get forts and palaces. Majestic, stunning and imposing, they tell stories of valour, bravery and struggle. Symbols of a bygone era these monuments are proof of advanced architectural skills and the capability to create massive structures without the use of any modern construction equipment or technology. Each fort with its palaces has an impressive history that is waiting to be discovered many times over. Built on hilltops, standing amidst an endless desert or perched on an island in a lake these imposing structures vary from each other with their own individual charm and charisma.
A wonderful introduction to India, this tour incorporates the different facets of the country, from the political grandeur of Delhi to the artistic perfection of the Taj Mahal and finally to the regal palaces and fortresses of the Rajput maharajas. Taken together, the tour provides visitors a fascinating insight into the mysteries of India.
Bhutan is as close as you can get to that mythical Shangri-La! Nestling in the mighty Himalayas, this small country remained secluded for long and opened up only recently. A Buddhist kingdom, it is a land of monasteries and fortresses, rising from subtropical plains and soaring up steep mountains and valleys. The country measures its wellbeing not in the ubiquitous GDP but a new concept of GNH – Gross National Happiness. Discover this land which lies on the border with the Indian state of Sikkim where your journey really begins.
The Ganges, Ganga in Hindi, is a river like no other. Rising high up in the Himalayas, it flows and gives life to a wide swathe of land called the Indo-Gangetic plain. This flat and fertile terrain has seen the repeated rise and expansion of various empires from times immemorial. The Ganges is also imbued with a deep sense of the divine, called mother Ganga, by Hindus who believe that a dip in the river absolves all sins and those who die on its banks in Varanasi attain deliverance.