About India

Stretching from the frozen summits of the Himalayas to the tropical greenery of Kerala, India's expansive borders encompass an incomparable range of landscapes, cultures and people. Due the countries immense size and variety of cultures, it is impossible to experience all of India, or even half, in one trip and hence quite often those who travel India do so more than once. The diversity of India's climates and cultures can seem like night and day, but whether you've booked a camel trek through the desert of Rajasthan or a houseboat ride through palm-lined canals of Kerala, we're pretty sure you'll be planning your return before you leave. The north of the country is made up of Mughal and Rajput architecture, ancient cities and temples, deserts and Buddhism while the south is a haven of scenic beaches, Hinduism, colonial coastal towns and a much more easy-going approach. New Delhi, the heart of India, sits in the North, with Mumbai in the West, Goa in the east and popular tourist regions Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu in the south.