Discover Rajasthan multi-centres

India's largest state, Rajasthan is home to some of the country's most beautiful attractions, including the famous ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur, the stunning Thar Desert, Ranthambore National Park and a multitude of historic palaces.

Rajasthan & City and Wildlife Combinations

Mumbai

Superlatives quickly exhaust themselves with regards to Mumbai, a city with an astonishing 19 million inhabitants that is India’s most important port and also the centre of the country’s commercial and entertainment industries.

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Ranthambore National Park

Formerly the hunting ground of Jaipur's Maharajas, Ranthambore National Park has been under the protection of Project Tiger since the early 1970s. A visit to this famous park wouldn’t be complete without a thrilling safari in search of its magnificent Bengal tigers.

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Golden Triangle

Combine Rajasthan's vast desert landscapes, beautiful historic forts and majestic palaces with the classic ‘Golden Triangle’ itinerary to discover India's captivating and chaotic capital, the striking 'Pink City' of Jaipur and the breathtaking Taj Mahal, which has been named as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

Delhi

The 'Old City' of Delhi is the capital's cultural beating heart and its warren of nooks and alleys and host of ancient monuments are a thrill to explore. The wide, tree-lined boulevards, magnificent landmarks and grand government institutions of New Delhi provide a remarkable contrast.

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Agra

Agra will eternally be associated with the alluring Taj Mahal, an exceptional monument to love and one of the finest pieces of architecture in the world. This spellbinding white marble mausoleum is one of India’s most popular attractions.

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Jaipur

The 'Pink City' of Jaipur is remarkable among Indian cities for its wide boulevards, grid-plan streets, labyrinthine bazaars and opulent palaces. Highlights include the beautiful Hawa Mahal, or ‘Palace of Winds’, and the exquisite City Palace.

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