As one of the world’s most enigmatic and enchanting nations, you don’t find yourself in India, India finds you! From mountainous top to beach fringed tip, you’ll discover a country that has the diversity, cultural riches and landscapes of an entire continent, pulsating with life and assaulting all of your senses. You’ll uncover remnants of the Raj amongst millennia’s worth of history, best showcased in India’s significant sights – the Taj Mahal, forts of Rajasthan and the holy Ganges to name just a few, whilst meeting friendly and curious locals of all creeds and cultures. So sip your chai, crack into as many curries as you can and submerge yourself in scenes of mountain-backed monasteries, peaceful backwaters and intricate temples in this compelling and vivacious land.
The fabled Golden Triangle is the classic introduction to this vast and beautiful country. Bustling streets, havens of tranquillity and architectural wonders await as you dive headlong into the vibrant sights, sounds and experiences of northern India.
From magnificent hill forts to remote villages, the colourful and vibrant state of Rajasthan is full of adventure. Let your imagination be captured by the sights and sounds of the desert, and interact with the people who make this one of India's most magical states.
See the bustling bazaars of Delhi and Jaipur, the magnificent Taj Mahal at Agra, the deserts of Rajasthan, the bathing Ghats of Varanasi and the erotic temples of Khajuraho. Discover more by adding a visit to the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal.
Time difference: GMT +5.5 Hours
Flight Time: Approx 9 hours depending on where you’re heading
Visa Required: Yes
Airlines: British Airways, Finnair, Jet Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines
The Taj Mahal
Is any introduction really needed to India’s best known sight?
Kerala Backwater Cruise
Cruise the backwaters for a more peaceful perspective on India
An ancient, sacred city on a holy river, what could be more magical?
Amber Fort, Jaipur
One of the five great hill forts of Rajasthan, the Amber Fort exudes opulence
Ranthambore National Park
Home to a small population of Bengal Tigers, there are also 300 species of bird
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