Strident, modern and multicolour city. Old Delhi is where all shades of humanity could be seen and felt.
Pench National Tiger Park
Made up mostly of Teak-Tree forests, Pench is one of the three National Tiger’s Parks where variety of wildlife besides of Tigers, exist.
Kanha National Tiger Park
The tiger reserve covers 940-sq-km of The Tiger National Park, which is the reserve's core zone. This one supports huge populations of deer and antelope, including the endemic southern swamp deer (barasingha).
Bandhavgrah National Tiger Park
Apart from tigers the park has a diverse range of other wildlife including plenty of albeit rarely seen; leopards and more commonly sighted animals such as wild boar and gaur, spotted deer and langurs.
Panna National Tiger Park
Tigers are making a comeback after being reintroduced in Panna Tiger Reserve from other Madhya Pradesh reserves; there are now thought to be more than 35 tigers here. A chance of seeing leopards, sloth bears or tigers while on safari, but what this park really excels at is birdlife, with over 200 species.
A unique town famed for its erotic and majestic lapidarian artworks. Mesmerizing stone carvings inscribed in three groups of World heritage Temples. Real wonder for art lovers.
An agricultural village blessed by history for 300 years: Mughal-influenced Rajput architecture expressed in its palaces, temples and cenotaphs (Chhatris). A major pilgrimage centre for
Lord Rama devotees.
The place where the legacy of the Mughal empire has left a Wonder of the World born from a love story: The Taj Mahal. Fascinating tombs and mausoleums, forts and bustling chowks (marketplaces), await you.