Located in the western Indian state of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer Fort is one of India’s most beautiful citadels.
Deep in the eastern tracts of Madhya Pradesh, Kanha National Park is widely considered the greatest of India’s wildlife reserves.
Clustered around a long L-shaped bazaar, Gokarna has been a Shaivite centre for more than two millennia.
Oft-cited as the most beautiful building in the world, the majesty of the Taj Mahal never fails to overwhelm those who see it in real life.
Either way, they’re spectacularly intricate, with their beauty shifting through the day.
The perfect antidote to the frenzy and pollution of nearby Agra and Jaipur, Keoladeo National Park in the Rajasthan region is Asia’s most famous bird reserve,
Founded by Shiva, and known as the City of Light, Varanasi is one of the oldest living cities in the world.
For size, strength and sheer physical presence, few sights in India can rival Jodhpur’s mighty Mehrangarh Fort.
Sikh pilgrims, domestic tourists and international visitors arrive en masse in Amritsar for one gleaming reason.
The teeming bazaars of the Pink City in Jaipur burst with vibrant cloth, jewellery, Persian-style pottery and semiprecious stones.
The atmospheric village of Gangotri in the Uttarakhand area serves as a base for a trek to the heart of the Hindu faith.
Spreading around the shores of Lake Pichola, and backed by a ring of craggy green hills, the city of Udaipur paints a romantic picture.
This exquisite crescent-shaped beach in Goa’s relaxed south is famous for its dolphins and local alcoholic spirit, feni.
Adventurers wondering about things not to miss in India would do well to tackle India’s epic Himalayan road trip.
Situated on the banks of the River Vaigai, Madurai is one of the oldest cities in South Asia.