India - History, Culture and Spices - The world’s largest democracy is undoubtedly a magnificent adventure.

THINGS TO DO
The “Classic” - Delhi, Agra & Jaipur (North India)

  • The biggest confession of Love, the Taj Mahal
  • Conquer the ramparts of Amer and Nahargarh Fort
  • Taste the spicy Laal Maas (local mutton curry)
THINGS TO DO
The “Spicy” – Kochi, Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey, Kumarakom(south India)

  • Explore the backwaters in Kumarakom
  • Stroll through abundant spice-gardens
  • Indulge in a classic Ayurvedic massage
THINGS TO DO
The “Wet” – Goa or the Andamans(island & beaches)

  • Snorkel with Rajan, the swimming Elephant
  • Hook in a big fat fish from the untouched archipelago
  • Romance a beach candlelight dinner
THINGS TO DO
The “Auspicious” – Gangtok, Pelling, Darjeeling( North East)

  • Read the colors of the Tsongmo lake to predict the future
  • Pray with the monks at Rumtek Monastery
  • Sip on a sliver tip, Dajeelings most exclusive tea
THINGS TO DO
The “Wild” – Wildlife resorts in Madhya Pradesh (central India)

  • Sing with the birds
  • Track the majestic Indian Tiger
  • Sleep in the most comfortable treehouse

getting around

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Considering the huge distances involved in getting around the country, and the time it takes to get from A to B, flying is an attractive option, despite the cost – the journey from Delhi to Chennai, for example, takes a mere 2 hours 30 minutes by plane compared to 36 hours on the train. Delays and cancellations can whittle away the time advantage, especially over small distances, but if you’re short of time and plan to cover a lot of ground, flying can be a godsend

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