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Uttar Pradesh

Holxo Tours in Uttar Pradesh

Watch migratory birds in North India and capture great photographs
8 Days 7 Nights
Heritage destinations in Central India along with the cities of Delhi and Agra
9 Days 8 Nights
Discover the majestic Tiger at these wildlife destinations of Central India
11 Days 10 Nights
Rajasthan, the land of forts, palaces, handicrafts, and poly-chromatic festivals
13 Days 12 Nights
A spiritual sojourn through top Buddhist centres in India like Sarnath and Varanasi
9 Days 8 Nights
Explore Rajasthan aboard a luxury train and experience the grandeur of royalty
8 Days 7 Nights

Real India on Wheels

$1000 / per person
Journey through the most popular heritage destinations of Rajasthan, Delhi and Agra
13 Days 12 Nights

The crown jewel of India’s remarkable heritage and the ode to love that is perhaps most identified with India – the Taj Mahal – is only the first experience that the centrepiece of the subcontinent’s history and culture, Uttar Pradesh, has, to offer visitors. Across its river-fed plains, legendary wars were fought, armies conquered, splendid cities created, and the struggle for India’s Independence took seed.

Uttar Pradesh is where the Buddha preached his first sermon and spread the illuminating word, and where the Mughals set up home and suffused it with their rich culture, glorious architecture, and exquisite royal cuisine. It is where the holy waters of the River Ganges cleanses away the sins of millions, giving joy and hope, and where one of the oldest living cities in the world is ageless, deeply spiritual, and replete with shrines, festivals, and bazaars. Here is the sacred Sangam (confluence) of the Ganga and Yamuna rivers – the site of the mind-boggling Kumbh Mela that draws an ocean of devotees and pilgrims from across the world to take a dip in the icy waters.

In Uttar Pradesh lies the seat of North India’s finest traditions of classical music, dance, theatre, art, and literature. Equally famed are its delicate chikankari (embroidery work) workshops, excellent street food, wonderful old brassware and bell metal utensils, stunning gold-threaded silk brocade textiles called Benarsi, and superb traditional musical instruments.Uttar Pradesh has three UNESCO World Heritage Sites – the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, and Fatehpur Sikri.


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