New Delhi is a hive of activity 24 hours a day, but not far from the main city is old Delhi, where you will find a vast panorama of fascinating images.
From the Red Fort to the Qutab Minar – a 73 metre high tower of victory built in 1193 - and the famous India Gate built to commemorate the 70,000 Indian soldiers who died during World War I, Delhi is a never ending history lesson.
The much newer Lotus Temple blooms as does the lotus flower across the landscape for worshipers of all faiths. The Taj Mahal needs no introduction on this tour – just finding the right spot for that ever precious photo will be your only challenge.
You will even see the aptly named baby Taj – Itmad-Ud-Daulah's Tomb. The beautiful bird sanctuary at Bharatpur and Sariska where you will visit the Tiger Reserve are highlights for any nature lover on this journey.
The colours swirl around you as you immerse yourself into the harmonious side of India. Jaipur the 'Pink City' is filled with romantic notions. From the Amer (Amber) Fort to the Palace of the Winds and the colourful bazaars Jaipur will have you dancing in the streets with delight.
Lake Pichola and the Taj Lake Palace are incredibly exotic with the UNESCO listed Fort Chittorgarh an imposing testament to building in India. Jodphur – the 'Sun City' of Rajasthan is a city bathed in rustic and golden hues.
The Mehrangarh Fort one of the most iconic structures in the north bathes in the desert ochres as the sunset and sunrises create a vision of Maharajas and Mahouts.