Whirl in the kaleidoscopic land of India where its harmonious blend of incredible landscapes, historic monuments, colourful traditions, along with its sensory provoking sound, sights, and smell, captivates and intrigues even the most seasoned travellers.
Awarded 38 UNESCO world heritage sites for its various its architectural marvels and natural wonders, escape on a discovery journey of relics and treasures to the Golden Triangle, ancient palaces, temples, sanctuaries, and ruins scattered across India.
Contemplate at the 16th century Agra forts, the lost city of Hampi, centuries-old mosques of Ahmedabad, the Humayun’s Tomb, palaces and forts of Jaipur Rajasthan, the Great Himalayan national park and one of the seven wonders of the world, 17th century Taj Mahal. Take off on a trek on its spectacular landscapes in search for the elusive snow leopards or up-close experience with the tigers in the wildlife sanctuaries. Participate in the colourful festivals the likes of Holi and Pushkar fair. India is truly an explorer’s haven with endless legendary sights and activities.
Throughout its independence, India’s socio-economic progress is reflected in its luxurious modern cities and regal experiences catered to the discerning travellers with a finer taste in life. Revel in the opulent lifestyle of ancient royalty with luxury stays in the ancient Umaid Bhawan Palace, glamp in luxury tents the likes of Sujan Jawai, indulge in luxury lodges in the thick wilderness or traverse in style onboard a luxury train, taking in the mesmerizing sights of India.
India is generally best visited during the months of October to February when the weather is pleasant and dry. But if you are visiting Northern India like Ladakh and Kashmir, the best time to visit is summer from mid-May to mid-Sep. For tiger sightings, the hot summer months from Mar to May is ideal as they tend to linger near the waterholes.
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