Explore the timeless and mesmerising India, the birthplace of Ayurveda and the central hub for ...
No other country can offer the range of cuisine that India does. Beyond the familiar favorites like chicken tikka masala, Rogan josh, kofta and traditonal naan, there is a smorgasbord of regional dishes to discover. In the North, creamy curries are common and are moderately spicy, and are heavily influenced by Persian and Mughlai styles of cooking. Southern Indian cuisine commonly uses ingredients such as coconut, seafood and rice and is spicier than food in the north. Due to the large proportion of Hindus in India, vegetarians are well catered for.
The Taj Mahal, is one of the seven wonders of the world, and is the most iconic symbol of India and is, most likely the most famous monument in the world. Commissioned by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in 1632 to house the tomb of his favorite wife, the white marble structure really is as beautiful as you expect it to be. It is one of the most beautiful architectural wonders ever created, and it needs to be on every travelers list.
Explore the three cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, which are known as the Golden Triangle because of their cultural splendor. From the hectic city of Delhi with its bustling markets, magnificent monuments, and colonial past, to Agra and the mesmerizing beauty of the Taj Mahal — truly one of the wonders of the world. Take a trip to Jaipur to discover why it is called the Pink City and get a taste of rural life at a Dhula village.
India is home to many national parks and the wildlife is abundant. If you’re ready to fulfill a bucket-list dream of seeing a wild Bengal tiger or are eager to spot Asian elephants, Rhino’s, Asiatic wild dogs, and other species rarely seen outside of zoological parks, then India is the place for you!
In India, religion and spirituality are intricately intertwined with everyday life. India is home to all the major religions of the world and is the birthplace of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. Observing the local people engaging in their daily rituals is a profoundly moving experience. Many people also come to India to find spirituality, practice yoga or a meditate.
India is an exceptionally beautiful and diverse country filled with forts, palaces, mosques, temples, monuments, and ancient ruins. India is home to the world’s oldest civilization, and its architecture is ingrained in its history, religion, and culture. There are currently over 30 UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites across the nation, all waiting to be explored.
Owing to its geographical diversity, India could be visited throughout the year. However, the best time to visit most of India is during the cool, dry season, between November and March.