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Europe keeps its history in its churches, cathedrals and museums. India does so in its temples, forts, and palaces. The Red Fort in Delhi and Agra Fort in Agra, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites, are seen by most any traveler at some point during their time in India, and the farther you travel away from the Golden Triangle, the more of these artistic marvels you will discover. And the more you will realize: these places are intrinsically connected to India’s identity.Browse Sample Trips
Few landmarks in the world match the Taj Mahal for sheer hype. We’re here to tell you that even for the skeptics, this architectural tribute to romantic love has been walking the walk since 1653. In modern day, the grounds surrounding the Taj are an orchestra of cameras, tourists, guides, locals, and the ubiquitous merchant. Day in and day out however, the sunrise reflects off its dome in the morning, the sunset does the same in the evening, and millions of people get to experience this tribute to an emperor’s love.Browse Sample Trips
Yes, India is home to one sixth of the world’s population, but around the human masses, near the overwhelmingly strong spices, and around the sound of 1.2 billion people living their lives, travelers can forget to notice the unforgettable landscapes this country has to offer us. India’s diversity does not stop at its people, or its cultures.Browse Sample Trips
India is known as having the oldest surviving culture in the world, dating back to 8,000BC. Since then, influences from Persian, Mughal, European, and most recently Western sources have combined to create a modern India that is diverse to the point of absurdity. Likewise, Indian food, religion and language have been some of the country’s most internationally influential exports. Travelers should go to India expecting to be influenced by it for the rest of their lives. The spices and spirituality will envelop you, and the country will see your comfort zone and change it.Browse Sample Trips