Strident, modern and multicolour city. Old Delhi is where all shades of humanity could be seen and felt.
Capital of Rajasthan. Historical and royal Pink City where at the city’s heart, the Palace continues to house the former Royal Family. A flamboyant state where past and present merge in a unique way.
The place where the legacy of the Mughal empire has left a Wonder of the World born from a love story: The Taj Mahal. Fascinating tombs and mausoleums, forts and bustling chowks (marketplaces), await you.
Ajanta & Ellora Caves
Natural wonders declared by UNESCO World Heritage, considered as one of the finest examples of ancient rock-cut caves built between 2nd BC and 6th AD Centuries. Adorned with beautiful sculptures, paintings and frescoes these natural monuments are an amalgamation of Buddhist, Jain and Hindu cultures. Buddhist monasteries as well as Hindu and Jain temples are comprised in the complex.
Mumbai (also known as Bombay) is the most populous place in India, and one of the largest, most vibrant cities in the world. Experience a dynamic, modern city with cosmopolitan lifestyle, a home to breathtaking historical landmarks, famous places, rich culture, and much more.
Bustling commercial port city with a trading history that dates back to at least 600 years. Called as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, the city is the financial, commercial and industrial capital of Kerala. The Influences of Arabs, Dutch, Phoenicians, Portuguese, Chinese and British, are felt.
From houseboat stays in to lazing around on pristine beaches, the range of memorable experiences you can have in the coastal town of Alappuzha is almost overwhelming for first-time visitors. Surrounded by dense greenery including countless coconut trees that lean over the waters, these backwaters are navigated by all sorts of traditional boats, most famously by the Kerala River boats.
Experience the sight of majestic elephants, spice plantations, and beautiful hills. The Periyar forest is a National treasure, containing the most vivid range of flora and fauna on the planet, including migratory species spotted in these lands.
Popular hill-station of Kerala perched at an altitude of 1600 m in the Western Ghats, known as the Kashmir of South India. Situated on the banks of three rivers Madupetti, Nallathanni and Periavaru, Munnar is also blessed with natural bird sanctuaries and the tea plantations.