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Top Experiences to Try in Agra


Soak in the beauty of the Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal

Agra Food Trail

Agra food

Heritage Walk in Agra

Explore Fatehpur Sikri

Fatehpur Sikri

Fatehpur Sikri

Light and Sound Show at Agra Fort after walking through the Mughal wonder

Agra Fort

Savor the flavors of Mughlai cuisine


Visit the Shilpgram for the arts & crafts

Boat Ride in Yamuna River

Boat Ride in Yamuna River

Wildlife Safari in Kaziranga National Park


The wildlife haven in North East India, the Kaziranga National Park is one of the most popular places for jungle safaris in India. Spread over the foothills of the Himalayas besides the Brahmaputra River, the national park is one of the enriched biodiverse habitats. The wildlife sanctuary is most popularly home to one-horned rhinoceros, in fact one-third of the entire population of the species of the world.

One-Horned Rhinoceros in India

The Kaziranga National Park and Tiger Reserve (KNPTR) authorities in Assam have introduced boating, cycling and trekking tours in the fringe area of the park for the first time in its history.

Jeep safaris and elephant  safaris in Kaziranga

Earlier, the park could be explored only via jeep safaris and elephant rides — this is the first time boats, bicycles and trekking have been introduced.

Trekking in Kaziranga

Boat safari in Kaziranga

The Must Try Experiences in Delhi


Delhi is a city unlike another. The capital city of India is a city of charismatic contrasts. The layers of history, culture, architecture and people have created an unique charm that few remain untouched by its one-of-a-kind bliss. The starting point of most India tours and most importantly the coveted Golden Triangle Tours, Delhi is truly unmissable! 

India Gate, New Delhi

Bringing two worlds together, the old and the new, Delhi has eight cities to its name, the oldest one dating back 3000 years back. With passing time the city went on adding layers to it, creating a colorful kaleidoscope. Explore the Mughal charm in Old Delhi or the days of the Raj in the New Delhi and with ruins of empires in the Qutub Complex, Purana Qila, Siri Fort and Lodhi Gardens. Savor the mouthwatering taste of street food or the fine dining restaurants. Enjoy the comforts of luxury living at the hreiatge hotels or one of the best resorts in the city.

To make your Delhi tour all the more amazing, here is all that you can add to your itinerary.

Old Delhi Heritage Walking Tour

Old Delhi Heritage Walking Tour

Navigate the fascinating bylanes of Old Delhi soaking in the rich heritage on a walking tour. A well-informed guide will help you relive the history of this ancient city. Explore historical mansions, bustling bazaars, beautiful temples and shrines. Stop at the colourful stalls to observe the craftsmanship of local artisans at work.

Old Delhi Street Food Walking Tour

Old Delhi Street Food Tour

Embark upon a foodie adventure through the bylanes of Old Delhi. Make your evening special as you savor the best of street food delights of the city in the original nooks and corners of Chawri Bazaar and Chandni Chowk. An expert will guide you to the popular eateries, reputed for their authentic delicious fares along with hygiene and superior quality. Relish delectable kebabs, mouthwatering butter chicken, juicy jalebis, ghee oozing aromas, crispy aloo chats drenched in a miscellany of chutneys, refreshing glass of masala chai, selection of sweet kulfis and more. For even the largest appetite the quantity of the food is satisfying.

Gandhi’s Delhi Tour

Gandhi's Delhi Tour

For those interested in knowing the history of Mahatma Gandhi, the “Father of our Nation”, this tour, visits the sites in Delhi that played an important role in the life and death, of Mahatma Gandhi Accompanied by an expert guide who will regale you with stories, stops include the poignant Gandhi Smriti, his last residence and the scene of his assassination and the National Gandhi Museum, where many of his personal effects are on display, including the dhoti and shawl he was wearing when he died. Finally head to Raj Ghat, on the banks of the Yamuna River, where a simple marble platform with an eternal flame marks the spot where he was cremated in 1948.

High Tea at The Imperial Hotel

Imperial Hotel

An icon of Delhi, The Imperial Hotel finds its place among cherished sights of the city, especially their award winning tea lounge, The Atrium. The classy heritage setting of the lounge sets the ambiance for a luxurious high tea experience. Savor a classic three tiered high tea or a mouthwatering buffet spread, complemented with an array of teas. Spend moments of bliss with some of India’s finest teas.

Cooking Class /Demo of Gourmet Indian food

An excellent half day out for those interested in Indian Cuisine.  Enjoy a cooking class alongwith a sumptuous meal with Jyoti and her family at their home in Delhi.  A delicious home cooked meal prepared by you and Jyoti together during the class.  Chat with her and get a glimpse of contemporary India in urban cities.

Akshardham Tour

Akshardham temple

The Akshardham temple complex is said to be one of the largest Hindu places of worship in the world. In the complex, in addition to the main Swaminarayan temple, there are delightful gardens, musical fountains, as well as audio and video shows showcasing India’s history and religion.

Bicycle tour of Old Delhi

This tour take you into the 17th century city built by the Shah Jahan of Taj Mahal fame. You ride into the once glorious city comprising the impressive Jama Masjid, Red Fort, Chandni Chowk, Spice Market, and Chawri Bazar. The tour offer you more than the monuments by providing you a real life experience of this old town waking up in the morning by taking the off beaten paths and lanes of this unique city. It also offer you a chance to have the same Chai (Tea) that local wake up to before heading out to their respective job. The tour end with a stumptous breakfast to prepare you for your next adventure.

Dinner at Bukhara Restaurant at Hotel ITC Maurya in Delhi

The Bukhara Restaurant , known for it’s North Western Frontier cuisine, is one of New Delhi’s most famous and celebrated restaurants, which has played host to various celebrities and Heads of State. A culinary delight not to be missed, Bukhara is famous for it’s Kababs , leg of Lamb and it’s Tandoori breads.

Fixed Menu Dinner at Indian Accent Restaurant at Hotel Lodhi in Delhi

One of New Delhi’s most famous restaurants, run by the renowned Chef Manish Mehrotra, Indian Accent has been featured in the World's 50 Best Restaurants in 2018. It been awarded the San Pellegrino Best Restaurant Award in India by Asia's 50 Best Restaurants 2019 for the fifth consecutive year. It has also been rated as the No.1 Restaurant in India by TripAdvisor for 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. Indian Accent has been awarded the Number 1 Restaurant in India by Condé Nast Traveller and Himalayan Sparkling Top Restaurant Awards.  Indian Accent showcases inventive Indian cuisine by complementing the flavours and traditions of India with global ingredients and techniques. 




India's Charming Cities where you can relive the days of the Raj


India's cultural heritage has a specila for the British architecture. The days of the Raj transformed many of India's beautiful cities and hill stations to their retreats. The chraming cities to date are home to many wonderful specimens of architecture that include mansions, churches, and many other incredible monuments. India's vast history and culture is not complete without a mention of the days of the Raj. These marvellously well-preserved monuments are witness to the days of the Raj. 

To relive the days of the Raj, explore these charming cities of India.


British buildings in Delhi


British buildings in Shimla


Colonial architecture in Kolkata

Discover the colonial heritage of Kolkata, a city where the British sought to build the Empire’s second city.  The Kolkata Heritage walk takes place in the morning , so one can take in the architecture and history of the city's many unique and spectacular buildings without much traffic on the roads. Begin at the Flower market There is an option to begin at The Flower Market on the River Hooghly, then continue to the  site of the terrible 'Black Hole', walk past the famous Writer's Building, the former Head Quarters of the infamous East India Company. Around the Dalhousie square , see the magnificent Governor's House, Calcutta High Court, Town Hall, General Post Office and the almost forgotten Charnock Mausoleum.


Colonial buildings in Mumbai


Colonial buildings in Chennai

The 5 Big National Parks in India for Wildlife Viewing


India offers wildlife viewing unlike another. The country abounds in tigers, lions, colorful birds, rhinos, crocodiles and other species of the wild. The vast landscape, from the north to the south, east to the west to the lush jungles in central India offers incredible chances to wildlife safaris. There are jeep safaris, elephant rides, boat sfaris and opportnities to wlak on foot. Adding to the thrill of wildlife holidays in India are stay at eco-friendly wildlife resorts, campsites, treehouses, etc.



Undoubtedly one of the most picturesque forest reserves across the globe, Ranthambore is a joy to explore and diverse assortment of flora and fauna captivates. Tigers can be easily spotted as can be crocidles sunning by the lakes and water bodies. Birds are a beautiful sights. Elusice lopeoards can be seen at some places.

Safaris in Ranthambore are organzied early morning and aftrenoons on a jeep or canters. An expert guide helps you spot animals in their natural habitats.


Kaziranga, a UNESCO World Heritage Site supports higher density of Rhinos, Elephants and Water Buffalos, but it is the eastern range, which offers some of the most exciting and varied wildlife-watching in Kaziranga. At Sohola bheel you are likely to see Greater Adjutant Stork, Pallas’ and Grey-headed Fishing Eagle and a great variety of waterfowl. Otters are frequently seen on a nearby river, and the woodlands harbor woodpeckers, Fairy Bluebirds, flocks of Spot-winged Stares, warblers and much more. It is in this less visited region of the park that you will have the best chance of sighting Tigers.

Jeep and Elephant safari are conducted in the park. The tourists can hop onto the back of an elephant and wander into the dense regions of the forests. The wildlife lovers can also enjoy a boat cruise in the Brahmaputra River along the park.


The exclusive home of Asiatic lions in the natural habit, Gir National park in Gujarat is among the most visit places for a wildlife getaway. Besides, the king of the jungle, there are many inhabitants such as leopards, jackals and the Indian fox. Jeep safari brings you close to the lions.


Settled in God’s Own Country of Kerala, Periyar National Park is one of the most popular places in for wildlife safari in India. Elephant’s and tigers are the most popular residents but there is the Indian wild dog, sambar, wild pig, barking deer, mouse deer, Nilgiri Langur, Nilgiri Tahr and others.

Early morning safaris are known for the decent chance of getting close to the wildlife as is boating in the Periyar Lake where the beasts come to quench their thirst. Eco-lodges and treehouses are popular options to stay while the national park also offers the chance to explore spice plantations of Thekkady.


The most popular wildlife sanctuary in India, Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh has the highest density of  tigers the country’s national animal. Besides the Royal Bengal Tigers, this park was also famous for white tigers. Other animals inhabiting the jungles are sambar, chital, wild boar, wild dog, Indian fox, leopard, bison, blue bull, antelope, nilgai and others. Wildlife safari in Bandhavgarh includes options of jeep or elephant rides, stay at the jungle resorts, visit to the Bandhavgarh Fort and certainly exciting memories.