World Heritage Sites


Taj Mahal, Agra, India

The Taj Mahal undoubtedly is the most popular tourist attraction amongst India’s long and impressive list of monuments.
Agra Fort, Agra, India
The first red sandstone fort of North India was built in 1565 by India’s greatest Mughal ruler, Emperor Akbar.
Fatehpur Sikri, Agra, India
Built by Emperor Akbar to be a co-capital with Agra, Fatehpur Sikri is an amazing display of architectural splendor.


Humayun Tomb, Delhi, India
Humayun’s Tomb is one of the most prominent attractions and cultural landmarks in the Indian city of Delhi.

Qutab Minart, Delhi, India
The Qutab Minar complex is one of the most iconic attractions in the Indian Federal Capital of New Delhi. The Qutab Minar is said to be one of the world’s tallest free standing brick tower.
Red Fort, Delhi, India
The Red Fort is famous in the Delhi urban lexicon by its local name, "Lal Quila". The 17th century fort is one of the most iconic landmarks in the city. 


Ajanta & Ellora Caves, India
Buddhist monks and craftsmen began excavating and decorating the Ajanta Caves in the 2nd century BC.


Kaziranga Wild Life Sanctuary, Assam, India
Originally established as a reserve forest in 1908, Kaziranga was declared a sanctuary in 1916 to counter extensive poaching of the rhinoceros.
Manas Wild Life Sanctuary, Assam, India
The Manas National Park was declared a sanctuary on October 1, 1928 with an area of 360 km². Manas bioreserve was created in 1973.

Hampi, Bellary

Group of Monuments at Hampi, India
Traditionally known as Pampakshetra of Kishkindha, Hampi is situated on the southern bank of the river Tungabhadra. Once it was the seat of the mighty Vijayanagara empire.

Bharatpur, Rajasthan

Keoladeo National Park, India
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is also known as the Keoladeo Ghana Sanctuary. Once the shooting preserve of royalty, it is perhaps the most spectacular water-bird sanctuary in India.


Jantar Mantar, Jaipur, India
The Jantar Mantar is the most iconic attraction of Jaipur which is the largest city and capital of the western Indian state of Rajasthan.

Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu

Great Living Chola Temples Brhadisvara, Mahabalipuram
The celebrated Saiva temple at Thanjavur, appropriately called Brihadisvara and Daksinameru, is the grandest creation of the Chola emperor Rajaraja (AD 985-1012).
Monuments at Mahabalipuram
The town of Mahabalipuram (also known as Mamallapuram) is home to over forty world famous monuments including the world’s largest open air bas relief. 

Pattadakal, Karnataka

Sights in Pattadakal, Karnataka
Chalukyan rulers were not only empire builders, but great patrons of art whose encouragement prompted the artists and craftsmen to experiment and innovate... 


Western Ghats, India
Located in the lush jungles of Kerala, Periyar National Park offers among the best opportunities to view elephants in the wild.


Darjeeling is popularly known as the "Queen of the Hills" and produces the famous Darjeeling tea, one of the world's finest teas.


Fort St. George was the first British fortress in India, founded in 1639 at the coastal city of Madras, the modern city of Chennai.