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A journey to India will be one that holds a place in your heart long after you’ve left. From the bustling streets of Delhi to the serene temples of Pushkar, India welcomes travellers with a wild sense of adventure of a love for nature.

Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage as you wander through majestic forts, exquisite temples, and bustling bazaars. The Taj Mahal, the Pink Palace, and Tiger Safari in Ranthambore are just some of the epic bucket list destinations you’ll find here. Indulge your taste buds with the diverse flavours of Indian cuisine, from spicy street food to aromatic curries. Or have a go yourself and take part in an authentic cooking class. At night, enjoy everything from social hostel hangouts, rooftop bars, beach parties, or vibrant night markets.

The electric atmosphere of India is unbeatable. Embrace the unknown, discover hidden gems, and create memories to last a lifetime when you travel to India.


A historic city in India, Delhi is home to some spectacular sights. The capital city and most visited by tourists, discover why when you visit the India Gate, Lotus Temple, and Humayun’s Tomb. Delhi has a significant history, with over 2000 years of history waiting to be uncovered in the local museums and monuments. As a melting pot of cultures with markets to explore, delicious cuisine to taste, and exciting events to attend, Delhi is a great place to start your journey in India.


Agra is home to the world’s most beautiful monument, the Taj Mahal. It reigns supreme in the list of famous tourist attractions and for good reason. See the colours of the sunrise dance over the marble white walls of this mesmerising mausoleum. Take a stroll through the timeless gardens overlooking its notorious lotus pond. Have your camera ready, because the landmark is unbeatable. Other highlights of Agra include the Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, Itimad-ud-daulah, and more. A visit to Agra is the best way to immerse yourself in Indian culture.


When you think of India, you may not think of gorgeous beaches – but Goa will bring your island paradise dreams to life. Golden sands, turquoise sea, immaculate sunsets, and coconut palms await. With delicious seafood and adventurous activities it’s no wonder Goa made it to the World’s Top Travel Destinations list. Go parasailing, windsurfing, water skiing, snorkelling, and more. Not only that, epic forts, wonderful waterfalls and wildlife sanctuaries make this a top spot for your trip around India.


The perfect place for wildlife lovers. Ranthambore National Park offers incredible wildlife safaris to get a glimpse of the majestic tigers, elephants, deer, peacocks, and more. This incredible reserve has an area of 1334 sq km and is famous for its high number of Royal Bengal Tigers. Here, you can learn all about the conservation efforts for these wonderful creatures. The 10th century Ranthambore Fort is also worth a visit, offering panoramic views of the national park.


Jaipur, famously known as the “Pink City,” is a captivating destination. It epitomises the rich cultural heritage and architectural splendour of India. Visit stunning palaces, like the ‘Palace of the Winds’, to see intricate lattice windows that feel like an optical illusion. The majestic Jaigarh and Nahargarh Fort offers breathtaking sunset views across the pink washed city. Authentic Bazaar’s come alive with colour, sound, and aromas, making a trip here an exciting sensory experience. Jaipur will hold a place in your heart long after you’ve left.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is India safe for travellers?

India is generally safe for travellers, but we always advise taking precautions wherever you travel. Be sure to do some research before you go, and be wary of scams intended to con travellers. The best way to travel in complete safety is to join a group tour – that way you’ll never be alone, and will have an epic and experienced guide leading the way.

What should I pack for a trip to India?

Packing essentials include lightweight and modest clothing suitable for the climate, comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, and a camera – with so many incredible sights and landmarks to visit you’ll want to document everything you see.

What is the best time of year to visit India?

It depends on what region of India you’re travelling to, but generally the winter months (October to March are pleasant in all parts of the country. The summer months (April to June, can get pretty hot, so it’s a good time to travel to places close to water for some refreshing dips. The monsoon season (July to September) can of course bring some rain with it, but more rain means epic waterfalls and thriving national parks.


What are some cultural norms I should be aware of in India?

Respect for elders and modest attire, especially in religious sites, is important in Indian culture. Removing shoes before entering someone’s home or a place of worship is customary. It’s also polite to greet people with “Namaste” and avoid public displays of affection. Anywhere you go, as long as you have respect for the locals and listen to your guides, you’ll be sweet as.

Is it safe to eat street food in India?

Street food is an integral part of Indian culinary culture, and you don’t want to miss out on all the deliciousness. Of course, it’s essential to be cautious – choose vendors with clean cooking practices and high turnover of food. Opt for freshly cooked items, avoid raw vegetables and fruits that may have been washed in tap water, and ensure your food is piping hot when served.

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