India has it all!

India is a wonderful mixture of some of the most amazing and ancient cultures, fascinating languages, exotic styles of dress and almost every type of scenery. From spectacular landscapes, wildlife, wonderful architecture, warmth and traditional hospitality, to the sun, sand and surf, India really does have it all. A land of such variety could take you a lifetime to explore but a well-organized tour of some of the iconic sites can without doubt give you a flavour of this wonderful country and leave you with desire to return again and again.

Here are just a few of the unforgettable places that await you:


Agra is home to the world’s most famous monument to love – the Taj Mahal. The marble exterior reflects rose and golden tints at both sunrise and sunset, while it is dazzling white during the day. The Taj Mahal really is a ‘must see’ for every visitor to northern India.

As well as the Taj Mahal you should also see the impressive Agra Fort, where you can visit the chambers of the royal residence.


India’s fascinating capital city is split in to Old and New Delhi. The ‘new’ part dates from 1920 and as well as wide boulevards and green parks, it offers the imposing India Gate, India’s impressive Parliament House and two monuments from India’s past – Humayun Tomb and Qutub Minar.

Popular sights in Old Delhi include Raj Ghat, the memorial site of Mahatma Gandhi and Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosques in India.


Jaipur is one of India’s most beautiful cities. One of the most photographed buildings in Jaipur is the five-storied Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds). The City Palace Museum houses an imposing blend of traditional Rajasthani and Mughal art and a collection of robes of royal princes, carpets, an armory of old weapons, miniature paintings portraying court scenes, battle scenes and processions.

A short distance from Jaipur stands Amber Fort, a wonderful example of Rajput architecture with its terraces and ramparts beautifully reflected in the Maota Lake below.


Ranthambore was declared a game sanctuary in 1955 and became a national park in 1980. Set between the Aravalli and Vindhya mountain ranges, its forests were once part of the jungles of central India.

Ranthambore is famous for its tigers and offers some of the best opportunities to see these magnificent creatures, along with many other species of wildlife

Unfortunately, this short destination guide can only touch the surface of what India has to offer. So, if you would like to know more about a holiday in India, give me a call on 01428 748440,

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