A frequent traveller with a focus on craft, a first-time traveller and Bob, who would join Barbara later while Bonnie would spend some time on her own visiting Kerala for spirituality centres and exploring backwaters / heritage
The India experience would be incomplete without a festival. There are 100s of festivals that offer a unique experience. Let us list eight of these festivals that are most spectacular and offer a definitive experience
UNESCO recognises sites worldwide that are significant, preserved, discovered and celebrated by the world at large as “World Heritage Sites”. India is home to 36 World heritage sites and out of these 13 are in North India
India is home to 36 "World Heritage Sites" and out of these, 11 are in West and Central India.. These could be an area of architectural importance, a bio-diversity hotspot or a national park.
UNESCO recognises sites worldwide that are significant, preserved, discovered and celebrated by the world at large, under a list known as “World Heritage Sites”. India is home to 36 World Heritage Sites and of these, 12 are in South and East India
Udaipur is a renowned lakeside destination in southern Rajasthan visited for its romantic character by the Lake Pichola. However, there is much more to Udaipur than what meets your eye
If you arrive in the evening at the Hazrat Nizamuddin Mosque, you can do a heritage walk, visit the Dargah and enjoy some street food before securing a vantage seat for the Qawwali performance
DakshinaChitra (30 kms towards Mahabalipuram) is a cross cultural living museum of art, architecture, lifestyles, crafts and performing arts of South India and and recommended for an excursion ex-Chennai for heritage travellers