North India Tour
Welcome to the Northern Part of India. This part covers the Capital of India, Delhi. Every experience, every sound, every smell shouts that you’ve arrived somewhere magical. Somewhere Special. It is here that the deep love of one man for one woman created the Taj Mahal; where the King of Kings ruled; where the sacred Ganges flows past holy cities; where the Himalayas stand silent and magnificent; where 5000 years of culture waits to be absorbed. North India offers countless destinations of historical importance. It includes Taj Mahal in Agra - the eternal tribute to love, Red Fort in Delhi, Palace of Winds in Jaipur etc. On your North India tours, you can have a holy dip in mighty River Ganga, have a romantic rendezvous with Taj Mahal, and roam around the magnificent royal palaces and lakes in Rajasthan. Amongst the most popular and often visited travel destinations in North India are : Agra, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Varanasi, Khajuraho, Udaipur, Delhi, Leh Ladakh.
Rajasthan


the Desert Jewel of India. Rajasthan in the northern part of India is a royal, vibrant and exquisite land caressed by the sun kissed sand and desert. Travelling Rajasthan is unique in terms of people, costumes, culture, customs. Our Rajasthan Tours offer exploring the mesmerizing ancient forts and Palaces of Rajasthan, culture and heritage of Rajasthan, golden sand dunes, serene lakes. Rajasthan Tours are truly a visit to the history.
Taj Mahal



Taj Mahal is a feeling that caresses one's heart like a pure melody of love. Mesmerizing, majestic, scintillating - the Taj Mahal in Agra India is a wondrous gift to the world that depicts love in all its grandeur. Travel to Agra in North India to see one of the seven wonders of the world (1st among the new crowned seven wonders), A UNESCO World Heritage site,the Taj Mahal in Agra, is a sublime expression of architectural skill and a historic and romantic destination.
Jaisalmer



Jaisalmer is one of Rajasthan's most exotic and unusual towns. "A living museum" and the "Golden City" are just two descriptions which has been applied to the desert put-outs. Places of visit are beautiful mansions built by Jaisalmer's wealthy merchants known as Havelis. Gandhi Sagar Tank, was once the water supply of the city. Jaisalmer, the city of the Golden Fort is a fantasy in yellow sandstone in the heart of the Thar Desert. The city was founded in 1156 by Rawal Jaisal, a Bhatti Rajput King.
Jaipur



Capital of Rajasthan also known as Pink City, surrounded on all sides by rugged hills crowned with forts and enclosed by embattled walls. Visit to City Palace which now houses a museum containing rare manuscripts, paintings, and an armoury, the observatory with a sundial 90 ft high, the museum is amidst the Ram Niwas Palace gardens founded in 1876 with alarge collections of antiques, the Palace of Winds, a landmark of Jaipur made of Pink Sandstone and of unique design.
Udaipur



In Udaipur, the visitor finds his dream of India come true for the city combines real beauty with picturesque associations of a great and glorious past. It stands in a valley, amid green hills on the banks of the wide blue lake Pichola. On little islands in the lake, from the water's edge rises marble Palace in pure white which glistens like a fairy castles. Crowning the ridge, in which the city clusters, along the shores of the lake is the Palace of the Maharana. Within the palace is all the magnificent views of the panorama below.
Khajuraho



Even if situated in the middle of nowhere, the Khajuraho temple complex site is one the most popular places both foreign and Indian tourists. Temples of Khajuraho hold the attention of a visitor with their sculptural art, which is so exquisite and intricate, that one cannot even dream of cloning it now. Perfect in execution and sublime in expressions these Khajuraho temples are a dedication to the womanhood. The artist's creative instincts have beautifully captured various facets and moods of life in stone.