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This is a land of princely grandeur and colonial elegance, of the Taj Mahal and the Bengal Tiger, where the mighty Ganges carves a sacred path through some of the most scenically and ethnically diverse regions anywhere in the world and whose captivating heritage and natural beauty confronts us at every turn.

Highlights of India

Things to See & Do

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  • Taj Mahal

    Taj Mahal

    The world's greatest and possibly most extravagant monument to love is the iconic Taj Mahal. Completed by Emperor Shah Jahan in 1653, in memory of his late wife, its marble facades, intricate carvings and semi-precious stones bewitch all who gaze upon her. Costing in excess of 3 million rupees, it took over 20 years to build. Sunrise is a particularly magical time to visit when the marble transforms its hues from gold to pink and red in the changing light. The rooftop terraces in Taj Ganj offer a mesmerising view of the Taj in the moonlight as does Mehtab Bagh.

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  • Tigers


    Looking for tigers is one of the greatest and often most exciting wildlife experiences on the on the planet, because not only do they hold a particular mythical hold on us as apex predators, but also because they are both very elusive and surprisingly well camouflaged. Historically they would have hidden during the day to avoid being seen but over the years, thanks to protection measures and tourism activities, some tigers, both male and females within the tourism zones of parks have grown up with vehicles and trained elephants and have become habituated to visitors each day, and therefore do not mind being viewed or watched going about their daily lives, with their cubs and even hunting.

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  • Kolkata


    The capital of the Raj, Kolkata (Calcutta) grew from its humble 17th century beginnings to become the jewel in the crown of British India. Vibrant and colourful and liberally sprinkled with reminders of ist colonial past, the city includes the famous domed edifice of the Victoria Memorial.

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  • Mumbai


    Formerly Bombay, Mumbai is India's largest and most cosmopolitan city. Home to "Bollywood" and the country's financial centre, Mumbai is filled with reminders of its colonial past, including its famous landmark "Gateway of India" and the magnificent Victoria Terminus Railway Station. An enjoyable half-day visit can be made by ferry to the ancient cave temples on Elephanta Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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  • Amber Fort

    Amber Fort

    The Amber Fort set in picturesque and rugged hills is a fascinating blend of Hindu and Mughal architecture. Constructed by Raja Man Singh I in 1592 and completed by Mirja Raja Jai Singh the fort was made in red sand stone and white marble. The rugged forbidding exterior belies an inner paradise with a beautiful fusion of art and architecture. Amber is the classic and romantic fort-palace with a magnificent aura. The interior wall of the palace depicts expressive painting scenes with carvings, precious stones and mirror settings. In the foreground is the Maota Lake providing a breathtaking vista.

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  • Agra Fort

    Agra Fort

    Agra Fort is similar in layout to the Red Fort in Delhi, but considerably better preserved, as much of Delhi Fort was razed by the British after the Mutiny. As much as palace as a defensive structure, it is also constructed mainly from red sandstone. Emperor Akbar, king at 14, began consolidating his empire and, as an assertion of his power built the fort in Agra between 1565 and 1571, at the same time as Humayun's Tomb in Delhi. Emperor Shah Jahan added to the fort and ended up a prisoner in it. The fort has a beautiful view of his masterpiece, the Taj Mahal, on a clear day.

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  • Bandhavgarh


    Bandhavgarh National Park is one of India’s premier wildlife sanctuaries, boasting the highest concentration of tigers in the country. Legendary home to the elusive white tigers of Rewa, its forested hills and expansive wetlands echo to the cries of macaques and lemurs, hornbills and fish eagles.

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  • Fatehpur Sikri

    Fatehpur Sikri

    Fatehpur Sikri occupies a rocky crest some 40 kilometres to the south-west of Agra. A UNESCO World Heritage site and once the imperial capital of Akbar the Great, the city’s wonderfully preserved collection of monuments provide a remarkable insight into the daily life of the 16th century Mughal court.

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  • Jaipur


    Jaipur is the largest city in Rajasthan as is often known as the 'Pink City' for it's uniquely coloured building's, the city is known for it's many sights including most famously City Palace.

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  • Tiger Hill

    Tiger Hill

    A UNESCO World Heritage Site sitting at the summit of Ghoom this can be accessed by foot or jeep.Tiger Hill is well known for it's spectacular views over Mt Everest as well as Mt Kangchenjunga. For centuries the hill station (highest station on the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway) has provided relief form the heat to become an ideal climate for Tea plantations.

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