Colorful India

India, is a place that touches your soul.

For your first Indian experience we suggest you to visit the Northern part of the country, known as the Golden Triangle.

The Golden Triangle combines the capital city of Delhi, the beautiful city of Jaipur and Agra, home of the Taj Mahal.

India will inspire you with its




Colors and contrasts






Spices and rich flavors that burst in your mouth



If you are planning your trip, stay at:

The Imperial New, Delhi

This luxury hotel was originally built for the British Raj who wanted “the finest monument in the city.” Today, the hotel blends the classic Victorian, Colonial, and Art Deco influences of the original structure with modern updates.


Oberoi AmarVilas, Agra

Wake up to the glorious sight of Taj Mahal, as this hotel offers the best views in Agra. Its impecable service and beautiful setting, makes the AmarVilas the most romantic hotel in town.


Rambagh Palace, Taj Hotel, Jaipur

This formerly owned by the Maharaja Family palace will make you feel as a royal.

It is an architectural masterpiece with rich textures, opulent furnishings and exquisite objects d’art. Step out into expansive, ornamental gardens arranged in brilliant symmetry.


Or relax in the amazing experience of traveling in a luxury train.

The luxury trains will each give you a different dimension of the maharaja experience. These are the Palace on Wheels, the Golden Chariot, the Deccan Odyssey Train and the Royal Orient Train.



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