Visiting North India

Taj Mahal

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Northern India is a tourist’s delight. It has shaped the course of India’s historical and cultural evolution over the last 5000 years. It is the birthplace of many religions; several sacred rivers flow into the northern plains from the snow-capped Himalayas and India’s many conquerors, emperors and rulers have left behind the remains of forts, palaces and temples for us to marvel at.

Drown in the beauty of the Taj Mahal; visit Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India; explore ancient forts and remarkable palaces; appreciate the many and varied arts and crafts and meet the warmest people ever to welcome you.

City palace from Lake Pichola

Visit Rajasthan, home to legendary warriors and kings, where royalty is still held in reverence; travel through Kashmir and Himachal, where the cool climate provides much-needed relief to holidaymakers during India’s scorching summers; wander through the colorful bazaars of Rajasthan or Uttar Pradesh, looking for just the right artifact to present to loved ones and friends back home; go on camel safaris in the Thar desert or elephant safaris in a national park; marvel at the beauties of medieval Indian architecture and the liveliness of modern India in Delhi, Agra and Jaipur; enjoy dining with royalty; relax with the best spa therapies available; achieve a spiritual breakthrough on the banks of the Ganges or discover the essence of religion in the Golden Temple at Amritsar.

We can design and execute a completely personalized and memorable North India experience for you based on your interests and imaginations.

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