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A city with an estimated population of over 18 million, home of the world’s largest Hindu temple and the country’s largest mosque, Delhi doesn’t do things by halves. Here, Mughal, colonial and modern sit side by side in an exhibition of some of India’s grandest architecture, whilst around it buzzes an increasingly cosmopolitan populace. Delhi is the perfect introduction to the country for which it is capital, showcasing all the things that makes India India. From incredible food and awe-inspiring monuments, to representatives of all the numerous ethnic groups and religions living harmoniously side by side. 

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holiday duration 9 Days from
holiday price 1,790pp

The fabled Golden Triangle is the classic introduction to the vast and beautiful India. Bustling streets, havens of tranquillity and architectural wonders await as you dive headlong into the vibrant sights, sounds and experiences of northern India.

holiday duration 16 Days from
holiday price 2,890pp

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.

holiday duration 29 Days from
holiday price 5,190pp

Combining the best India has to offer - from the deserts of Rajasthan in the north, to the tranquil backwaters of Kerala in the south, the Bollywood city of Mumbai and the historic caves at Ajanta and Ellora. This tour will leave you with a strong sense of the history, culture, and geography of this diverse country.

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Four Reasons To Visit Delhi

Red Fort
The residence of the Mughal emperors for 200 years until 1857, when an uprising against the British failed and the emperor was exiled, the Red Fort is Delhi’s most imposing and magnificent monument.

Jama Masjid
India’s largest mosque, Jama Masjid watches over Delhi from its hilltop in the old part of the city. Beautifully constructed from red sandstone and white marble the courtyard alone is large enough to accommodate 25,000 worshippers.

India Gate
A central feature of the grand New Delhi designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens for the British, India Gate is a war memorial for Indian’s who died in the First World War. It sits astride the Rajpath, the boulevard that bisects the city. 

Lodi Gardens
One of Delhi’s hidden gems, the Lodi Gardens are dotted with intricate old tombs from the kingdoms that ruled here before the Mughals. A peaceful park, it is also a great place to see the local people going about their days.  

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Things To See In Delhi

No tour of Delhi would be complete without seeing one of the wonders listed below.


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