Curries and spices, lively festivals, glittering saris and magnificent architecture give India its iconic identity. Located in South Asia, India is a massive country bursting with the kind of colour, flavour, and history that is impossible to replicate.
Rajasthan, in Northwest India, is known for the sweeping sands of the Thar Desert and views of the Aravallis Mountains. The capital of Rajasthan is Jaipur otherwise known as the “Pink City.” Here you can find very distinct Indian architecture including many forts, temples, and the remarkable City Palace.
Agra, home to the world renowned Taj Mahal, is one of the most-visited cities in all of India. Also located here is the Agra Fort. It is possible to tour the fort and the inside of its beautiful palace.
Kerala is a tropical southwestern state. It is a popular destination for eco-tourism, white sand beaches, and temple festivals. The hub of Kerala is Kochi, known for its thriving fishing industry and colonial architecture. Thekkady, within Kerala, is a tiger preserve where you can also admire various flora and fauna.
Delhi, located in Northern India, is the country’s capital city. It is considered one of the oldest cities in the world and his home to several districts, each with their own identity. The Red Fort is one of the city’s top sites. Here you can walk through its Lahore Gate, into the bazaar, through the jewel palace, and into the former residence of the sultan. Delhi is also home to many museums and religious structures.
Mumbai is India’s largest city complete with a vibrant, bustling atmosphere. The city is known for its fashion, grand colonial architecture, Bollywood productions, and premier restaurants and nightlife.