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Things to do in India

One of northern India’s largest national parks, Ranthambore National Park is renowned for its...
Set in an expansive walled garden and overlooking the Yamuna River is the Taj Mahal, the hauntingly...
Mahtab Bagh, meaning Moonlight Garden, is situated on the opposite bank of the river to the gardens...
The guided Mughal Heritage Walk follows a 1km route along the riverbank opposite the Taj Mahal and...
Eclipsed by the Taj Mahal in beauty but spectacular nonetheless, Agra Fort is one of India’s...
Visiting Korai Village is a worthwhile detour less than 10km before the World Heritage Site of...
Just an hour’s drive from Agra is one of India’s finest historic attractions, the striking...
Along the maze of narrow streets behind Jama Masjid is Kinari Bazaar, a vibrant marketplace...
Situated inside the Sur Sarovar Bird Sanctuary is the Agra Bear Rescue Center, established by...
Situated within the Aravalli Hills 10km from Jaipur is the ancient Hindu pilgrimage site of...
Albert Hall Museum, also called the Government Central Museum, is situated in Ram Nivas Bagh, south...
One of Jaipur's most captivating buildings is the Palace of the Winds with its elaborate façade,...
Jantar Mantar, meaning "calculation instrument", is a UNESCO World Heritage site situated next to...
The stunning City Palace complex is a magical fusion of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture. A...
Elefantastic offers visitors the opportunity of close encounters with Indian elephants. Here guests...
Set on a hill overlooking Maota Lake, Amber Fort is a fairy-tale complex of palaces, temples and...
Nahargarh Fort, also called Tiger Fort, offers superb views of Jaipur and is a great picnic spot....
Built in 1726, the imposing Jaigarh Fort is bordered by immense watchtowers and gates and is...
Bagore Ki Haveli is an elegant 18th-century mansion situated on Lake Pichola. The 138-rooms...
Udaipur Ropeway ferries visitors in red cable cars from Deen Dayal Park near the Shiv Niwas Palace...
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