Some of the world’s most impressive architecture was built hundreds of years ago in India and continues to astonish and amaze to this day. 24 of India’s 30 UNESCO World Heritage Sites are magnificently built structures while the rest are natural habitats.
The most famous and iconic palace in India, the Taj Mahal, is a symbol of metaphysical love and example of Mughal architectural inspiration.
In addition to the breath-taking Taj Mahal, which we recommend seeing at sunrise, other World Heritage Sites are: Convents of Goa, Fatehpur Sikri, Great Living Chola Temples, Humayun’s Tomb, Darjeeling Mountain Railways, Konarak Sun Temple, Jaipur’s Jantar Mantar, Valley of Flowers, plus many more.
To give a deep, fascinating psychedelic kaleidoscopic experience called INDIA, Royal Expeditions offers Academic tours led by specialists who are Indologist, performing artist, art historian, cultural anthropologist, historian and heritage educationist.
A land of mystery and folklore, of Silk Route legends and ancient villages perched high above raging rivers. Ladakh and its remote Zanskar region, scattered amongst the glorious Trans Himalayan expanses, will endlessly engage the visitor with its dramatic natural scenery, its Buddhist gompas with their painted murals and beautiful icons and its wild landscape rich in promise of adventure activities and cultural experiences.ITINERARY DETAILS
This tour blends the best of India’s art and culture taking you through some of the most popular destinations. Your tour will begin in the capital city Delhi which rewards the determined sightseer with more than a thousand monuments.ITINERARY DETAILS
From the historical colonial environs of Chennai you journey through the lively temple towns of Tamil Nadu, past culturally rejuvenating cities such as Pondicherry and Auroville By the Sea, both associated with The Mother and the Sri Aurobindo Ashram.ITINERARY DETAILS