Heritage city Agra, the prominent tourist destination, one of the most visited places in the world, home of three world heritage sites and one of those heritage sites which the world has chosen to be the “Wonder of the World”.

The capital city of India, a fine blend of ancient and modern, a city of around 20 million people, one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world. This city has been the seat of power for several rulers and many empires for about a millennium. 

Kashmir one the most visited places in India known for its scenic landscape, cultural heritage, shrines, castles and natural lakes destination Kashmir often dubbed “Paradise on Earth” mountainous beauty of this place has attracted travelers for centuries. 

South India’s most alive city referred to as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’ or ‘IT capital of India’ and this city filled with lush green parks and gardens also referred to as the ‘Garden City of India’.



Andaman and Nicobar Islands is an archipelago of over 570 tropical islands, of which only 36 are inhabited. Radhanagar beach at Havelock Island was bestowed with the title of ‘Asia’s Best Beach’ in 2004 by the TIME magazine. It is also listed as world’s 7th most spectacular beach in the world on TIME magazine list. 

The walled city of Ahmedabad was founded by Sultan Ahmad Shah of Gujarat Sultanate in 1411. It remained the capital of the Gujarat Sultanate and later important political and commercial centre of Gujarat state of India.

Make the journey 40 km west of Agra from Agra, visiting India’s jewels along the way. Fatehpur Sikri (the city of victory) a world heritage site listed by UNESCO, an exceptional testimony to the prime destinations for the excellence of Indo-Islamicar chitecture founded by Badshah (Emperor) Akbar at the end of 16th century.

Himachal, famous for its Himalayan landscapes and popular scenic hill towns quite literally translating into ‘The Abode of Snow’ filled with countless locations and spots that let you behold spectacular views and sceneries. 



Hyderabad in the south-central region of India, former princely state also known as Hyderabad Deccan, once it was the only global centre for trade of large diamonds, emeralds and natural pearls, popularized as “City of Pearls” with its unmatched blend of history and modernity.

Destination Kerala is a global brand and regarded as one of the destinations with highest recall. Its culture and traditions, coupled with its varied demographics, have made Kerala one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.

The charming city still frequently referred to Bombay. The most modern city in the country, it captures the spirit of the changing pace set by liberalization and modernization.


A melting pot of art, culture, cuisine and architecture, the bustling city of Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, preserves its essence of grandeur in its kaleidoscopic experiences.


Lakshadweep is a tropical archipelago of 36 atolls and coral reefs in the Laccadive Sea, off the coast of Kerala, India. 

The city brings the image of its royal foundation, known for its royal heritage and magnificent buildings and monuments, home of two UNESCO world heritage sites. The cultural ambience and achievements of this city earned it the sobriquet of ‘Cultural Capital’ of South India.

Embodiment of natural beauty, picturesquely nestled by Karakoram and Himalayan ranges, perfectly located on the banks of the renowned Indus River with all its majesty and amazing sceneries

A gift of the Himalayas to the world, Manali, a beautiful township nestled in the picturesque Beas River valley. It is a rustic enclave known for its cool climate and snow-capped mountains, hilly slopes, the fairy-tale-like fog surrounding with amazing green shades

The former summer capital of the British in India, and the present capital of Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla blessed with all the natural bounties which one can think of.

Uttaranchal the beautiful hill state of India popularly known as Devbhumi ‘The Land of God’ the ultimate destination for nature lovers, this place attracts enthusiasts of all kind throughout the year.

Once the administrative capital of the Portuguese empire, filled with unsurpassed unique architectural beauty, befitting its label as ‘Rome of the East’, Old Goa provided a step back in time, particularly with its unique architectural heritage.

The quaint and quiet hill town, one of the most popular mountain destinations in India, stands at over 2,200 m above sea level and has all the staples of a charming hill station, with cool temperatures all through the year.


Rajasthan region, India’s grandest site, the land of Kings and Maharajas imposing desert fortresses, floating palaces, iconic buildings, heritage cities and towns with unique tag line ‘Pink city of Jaipur’, ‘Blue City of Jodhpur’, ‘Golden City of Jaisalmer’ and ‘Lake city of Udaipur’ where larger-than life forts and palaces capture travelers’ imaginations.

Central India also called ‘Heart of India’ gives you a peek into the splendid wildlife, rich heritage and architectural splendours of the country, mainly covering the state of Madhya Pradesh. Globally recognized as prime spot for wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, rivers valleys and amazing landscapes, ancient towns and cities, unique monuments, and remote forests