Step back in time on the iconic UNESCO World Heritage Shimla to Kalka Toy Train, witnessing some of the most scenic parts of India.
Hailed for its fragrant, tangy and tantalisingly spicy flavours, India’s distinctive cuisine is one of the world’s most popular.
Meshing old with new, this bustling city will keep you spellbound as you explore the sprawling metropolis.
The stunning park in Northern India gives you a rare chance to find signs of tiger activity, and if you’re lucky, spot one for yourselves.
Comprised of tranquil and picturesque canals, lakes, rivers, and lagoons, the backwaters of the Indian state are parallel to the Arabian Sea.
Majestic mosques, royal splendour, and the colourful chaos of modern India - the Golden Triangle has it all.
With over 100 national parks, nature lovers have a wealth of opportunity to experience India’s great outdoors.
India’s culinary offerings are as diverse as its people, traditions, and landscape, so banish all assumptions of Indian food based on your local curry house.
Magnificent mosques featuring opulent domes, arches, and minarets are the markings of India’s long history with Islam.
Steeped in history, overflowing with culture and bursting at the seams with locals and tourists alike, New Delhi has a lot going on.