Be it a tale about love, power, majesty or that of conquer; India is a treasure trove of heritage and history. Take a trip back into the golden times by journeying across Northern India through New Delhi, Jaipur, Udaipur and Agra. Step in to the shoes of kings and queens of the legendary Indian Dynasty and get a glimpse of their magnificent lifestyle. Whether you are searching for an immersive luxury cultural tour, or a family holiday, we tailor a private tour that is just right for you to get the best of India.
Our trip begins in New Delhi, the capital city of the India. The historical monuments of QutubMinar, Khari Baoli, Ghalib Ki Haveli, ChaunsathKhamba and Humayun’s Tomb are rife with lore and myth. HauzKhas village, an oasis within the concrete city, is home to hundreds of cafes, lounge bars, and designer houses. An evening here is pleasantly refreshing, while a guided tour of bustling and colourful markets of ChandniChowk and Kinnari Bazaar leaves us mesmerized.
As we journey on to the desert state of Rajasthan, our first stop is Jaipur. The Pink City’s unique architectural style is bedazzling. Onward, Jodhpur brings us closer to the communities of the Marwar region, while also giving us a peek into the splendour of the royal residences at Mehrangarh Fort and the UmaidBhavan Palace.
Traveling through the Aravalli Ranges to the wondrous city of Udaipur, we’re left amazed at the magnificence of the City Palace; a museum, royal residence and luxury hotel, all in one. A leisurely boat ride on the gentle Lake Pichola is more relaxing than a spa retreat. After a short tour of Ajmer, we travel to the holy land of Pushkar, where the pristine ambience of the PushkarGhat, its vivacious market streets and the highly revered temple of Lord Brahma fill our hearts with joy and devotion.
Our final stop is Agra, to see the monument of undying love, TajMahal. Standing resplendent before us, the white marble structure shimmers in the morning sunshine. An archaeological expert imbibes us with a deeper understanding of the architecture, artwork and history and a private photography tour gives us access to parts of the Mahal which are otherwise prohibited to the public. Our guide has an armoire of legendary folk tales that transport us back in time to the Mughal Raj. This is a voyage we are reluctant to return from.
Wildlife, romantic gateway, family vacation
USD 1,500 onwards