India is the most engaging, colorful, chaotic, spiritual and life-affirming country in the world. It is an assault on the senses – all of them, nearly all of the time. Wonder at the diversity of its cultural riches, from temple sculptures and murals that rival the best of the Italian Renaissance to the artistry of ordinary people in a land where much is still made by hand.


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Few architectural masterpieces continue to defy description like the Taj. The Taj Mahal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is on this short list. It is by far the finest example of Mughal architecture, a lasting witness to fine craftsmanship, in a style that combines elements from Persian, Indian, and Islamic architectural disciplines.
India Taj Mahal Highlights
The jewel of Muslim art in India admired the world over. World, photography, canvas, poetry…they have all failed to transmit its beauty.
India's Enchanted Journey Highlights


During our journey to India you will experience magic. There is no other way of describing this magnificent country. It goes withoutsaying that the people of India are among the most welcoming and intriguing people in the world. The food matches their sophistication and cultural diversity. During our journey we visit unforgettable places. The Lutyens-designed capital New Delhi. Agra and the Taj Mahal.
During our journey to India you will experience magic.
The arts and architecture of Jaipur. The famous Amber Fort and the Hanuman Temple. At Ranthambore National Park, we search of the elusive tigers riding elephants. In Jodhpur we experience the beauty of the Rajasthan desert. Memories that you will cherish for a lifetime.
Ladakh, India’s Little Tibet Highlights


Situated on the western end of the Tibetan plateau, Ladakh is renowned for its remote mountain beauty, awe-inspiring monasteries and culture. Historically the region has strong connections with Tibet, and it is sometimes called “Little Tibet” due to the strong influence of Tibetan culture. A majority of Ladakhis are Tibetan Buddhist and a small minority are Muslim.

Ladakh is located in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India between the Kunlun mountain range in the north and the main Great Himalayas to the south. It also lies transversely from two others, the Ladakh and the Zangskar ranges.

Remote mountain beauty, awe-inspiring monasteries and culture.

From the middle of the 10th Century, Ladakh was an independent kingdom, its dynasties descending from the Kings of Old Tibet. Its political fortunes ebbed and flowed over the centuries, and the kingdom, was at its greatest in the early 17th century under the famous king Sengge Namgyal, whose rule extended across Spiti and Western Tibet up to the Mayumla Beyond the sacred sites of Mount Kailash and Lake Mansarovar. It recognized as the best trade route between the Punjab and Central Asia, for centuries caravans carrying textiles and spices, raw silk and carpets, dyestuffs and narcotics traversed it.

Heedless of the land’s rugged terrain and apparent remoteness, merchants entrusted their goods to relays of pony transporters who took about two months to carry them from Amritsar to the Central Asian towns of Yarkand and Khotan. On this long route, Leh was the halfway house, its bazaars thronged with merchants from far countries. Today travelers can still see and experience the exotic influences on this remote region of northern India.