India Travel

Remarkable, exotic, glorious, spiritual, ancient, serene, magical, extravagant – the "real" India? All of that and more... Namaste! Welcome to India! Here travel is a joy for the senses; every adventure an unforgettable experience. The possibilities are endless. India is the heady intoxication of sandalwood, exotic spices, jeweled liquid silks, glittering gold and a festival every day!India is a vast nation of landscape and culture; a kaleidoscope of southern lush green fields and jungles, central plateaus and golden desert sands, fabulous beaches with azure waters and snowy mountain peaks to the north. Rathambore National Park is famous for its tigers and preserves hundreds of kilometers of India's forests and its wildlife. Its modern cities underscore the world's largest democracy and seem fit to burst at the seams with people from all walks of life. Traditional India lies in the heart of its rural villages and small towns. Magic winds through India like the intricate stitching of a bridal sari. It is a land of temples and sadhus, of religious diversity and cultural opulence. Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Christianity and Islam all exist within the country today. Over 5000 year of history has gifted this land with a wealth of architecture and monument. Successive conquerors, traders and travelers have left their mark on the different regions of the sub-continent over the centuries. Pink cities, red forts, marble palaces and memorials are a profusion of ornamental arches, slender minarets, colorful tile, stone inlay and peaceful reflecting pools. The million facets of India await in the treasures of its fabled destinations; Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Khajuraho, Varanasi, Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Gangtok, and Kolkata Get caught up in the excitement of Delhi. India's capital is a contrast in history. It is a bustling metropolis, its old and new cities the former capitals of the British and Moghul empires. Historical monuments sit side by side with modern office buildings. Its most famous landmark is the massive Red Fort, constructed in the 17th century from red sandstone and partially razed by the British after the mutiny in 1857.Nearby is the Chandni Chowk one of the first covered bazaars of the same era originally catering to the Mughal nobility and their families. Built in 1199, Qutub Minar was the first Islamic structure built in India and is one of the most visited tourist spots of Delhi. It boasts the world's tallest brick minaret. The Parliament buildings are… More