Traveling through India and exploring the innumerable tourist attractions is a one-of-a-kind of experience you will never forget.
Discover an exciting array of attractions, including the Taj Mahal in Agra, Golden Temple in Mathura, Corbett National Park in Moradabad, Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad, Elephanta Caves in Mumbai and Empress Garden in Pune.
East India encompasses a wide range of delightful sights to see. Andaman Islands offer lovely beaches and incomparable coral beds. In Assam, you'll discover two game sanctuaries where a gaggle of one-horned Indian rhinoceros, a species that once faced extinction, now happily roam. Imphal is where you'll find Shri Govindjee Temple, a historic centre for Vaishnavites.
North India is chock full of historic attractions and fun things to do, particularly in the cities of Gurgaon, Delhi, Agra, Mathura and Moradabad. Outdoor enthusiasts will be very enthusiastic about Jim Corbett National Park, home to an incredible variety of flora, fauna and wild animals. History buffs will find the Qutub Minar, India's tallest stone tower, and Red Fort, the largest of old Delhi's monuments, to be most compelling. Of course, a visit to North India would not be complete without stopping by the world-renowned Taj Mahal.
Experience the wonders of South India-of which there are many. The city of Hyderabad is home to the second largest film industry in India, Telugu Cinema (aka Tollywood), and the world's largest film studio, Ramoji Film City. Falaknuma Palace is an Italian-designed architectural masterpiece, featuring Louis XIV-style decor, Italian marble staircases and ornate fountains. And Salar Jung Museum houses the world's largest one-man collection of antiques.
In the city of Pune and its West India environs, you will encounter many amazing attractions and fine places to visit. Empress Garden beckons with fifty-nine acres of mangoes, tamarind and flowers. Kids of all ages will enjoy the wonders of nature at Peshwa Udyan Zoo, which also features a small lake for boating. One of the more unique museums in India, the Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum is home to more than 20,000 artifacts that reflect everyday life in India.