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A kaleidoscope of colour

Where to go in India


The Golden Triangle is India's beloved travellers' route and a perfect introduction to the country, incorporating Delhi, the Taj Mahal in Agra, and the splendid Jaipur. Further south, India abounds with colonial architecture, lush jungles, ruined forts, centuries-old churches and lavish basilica.


List of regions

Udaipur, Rajasthan


Rajasthan was once a land of royalty and today revels in its regal past. Scores of forts and palaces loom from the arid desert sands, along with cities as colourful as their brightly swathed locals, who fill the streets in dazzling fabric outfits.

Munnar in Kerala, India


Translating as 'Land of the Coconuts' Kerala is awash with verdant backwaters and is known as God's Own Country. Experience the relaxed rivers, postcard-perfect beaches, sensational food and laid-back lifestyle of this sleepy region.

Kanchenjunga, India

Himalayas & Foothills

Framed by the ice-caped peaks of the Himalaya, India's mountainous north is a region of verdant, tea-studded valleys, remote hill stations and monasteries hidden amid the rock, ice and snow.

Taj Mahal, Agra

Agra & the Taj Mahal

Agra, in Uttar Pradesh, is home to the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and also a wealth of imperial palaces, tombs, forts and gardens dotting its riverine landscape.

Jaipur City Palace, Jaipur

The Golden Triangle

The classic Golden Triangle route is India's most popular tourist circuit and a perfect introduction to the magic of the country. Located in the northwest, it connects an extraordinary wealth of cultural and historical treasures in and around India's most visited cities: Delhi, Jaipur and Agra.

Tigers in Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

India's wildlife & national parks

India is rich in natural wonders, blessed with enchanting landscapes and an amazing variety of flora and fauna, the likes of which inspired Rudyard Kipling to create the Jungle Book more than 120 years ago.

Alila Fort Bishangarh

Indian Palaces & Forts

There are a number of spectacular palace hotels and historic places to stay throughout India. Once home to India's royalty, the buildings have been converted into accommodation to preserve their existence, meaning that you can now stay and experience firsthand how royalty once lived.

Club, Maharajas' Express

India's Luxury Trains

Travelling on India's luxury trains is an ideal way to explore the country without sacrificing style and comfort. Rattle over the rails on a romantic, glamorous journey, enjoying regal service and arrive at a new destination to explore the following morning.

Victoria Memorial, Kolkata, India

Eastern India

Eastern India is a land of temples, stupas, wildlife parks, spiritual cities and the snow-covered summits of the Himalayas. Take in the delights of the region's largest city, Kolkata, then head out to discover remote national parks and tea plantations tucked away beneath the peaks.

Mumbai, India

Mumbai (Bombay)

Mumbai is India's fulcrum of fashion and Bollywood filmmaking, a mega metropolis built around shopping, glitz and glamour. This modern ‘City of Dreams' is India's economic powerhouse, but older and more traditional ways of life still flourish.

Varanasi, India


Ancient Varanasi is dominated by the stone ghats, which line the sacred River Ganges, drawing pilgrims from across the world who come for their daily ritual ablutions.

Goa, India


Goa is known for its idyllic beaches, outstanding monuments and great places to stay. The beautiful landscapes, colonial architecture, lush jungles, ruined forts, centuries-old churches and lavish basilicas are as much a draw as the sandy, palm-fringed beaches and clean waters of the Arabian Sea.

Madurai Temple, Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu and Chennai

Here, religious ritual is lived and breathed on the streets and along the temple trail it is rare to find a religious building which has outlived its purpose.

Jama Masjid, Old Delhi, India


The sprawling metropolis of Delhi is the major gateway into India and one of the country's fastest growing cities. A city of two distinct halves: the spacious, planned boulevards of the late colonial capital New Delhi grate against the bustling, medieval lanes of Old Delhi.

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