Apart from the flourishing economy, India as a travel destination has always fascinated a broad audience apart from mass tourism. From the Himalayas, the highest mountains in the world, in the north to the booming metropolises in the center to the 5,000 kilometers long coastline that borders India in the south together with the crystal-clear waters of the Indian Ocean. The regions of India are culturally very different and differ in religion or language. In stark contrast from the flourishing and fast-paced megacities to the beautiful nature, which stretches across the subcontinent from the famous Darjeeling tea region in the north to backwater in Kerala.
Sheer poetry in marble. Majesty and magnificence, unrivalled, the Taj Mahal is the only one of its kind across the world. The monumental labour of love of a great ruler for his beloved queen. The ultimate realisation of Emperor Shahjahan's dream. One of the wonders of the world. From 1631 A.D., it took 22 years in its making.
The houseboats of the Southwestern Indian state of Kerala, known as Kettuvallam, navigate the area’s winding backwaters and offers the opportunity for rest and relaxation away from the big city in India. These boats have a long history deeply tied to the economy of Kerala.
Ganges River cruise is the unique daily rituals of the villages that flank this sacred river. Travel through the timeless landscapes of the Ganges by traditional sail boat and set up camp on the beaches of the river – an unforgettable experience.
The Himalayan foothills, also known as the sub-Himalaya or the Shivaliks, is a majestic sight to look at!