Mumbai (also known as Bombay) is the most populous place in India, and one of the largest, most vibrant cities in the world. Experience a dynamic, modern city with cosmopolitan lifestyle, a home to breathtaking historical landmarks, famous places, rich culture, and much more.
Bustling commercial port city with a trading history that dates back to at least 600 years. Called as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, the city is the financial, commercial and industrial capital of Kerala.
The Influences of Arabs, Dutch, Phoenicians, Portuguese, Chinese and British, are felt.
From houseboat stays in to lazing around on pristine beaches, the range of memorable experiences you can have in the coastal town of Alappuzha is almost overwhelming for first-time visitors.
Surrounded by dense greenery including countless coconut trees that lean over the waters, these backwaters are navigated by all sorts of traditional boats, most famously by the Kerala riverboats.
Experience the sight of majestic elephants, spice plantations, and beautiful hills. The Periyar forest is a National treasure, containing the most vivid range of flora and fauna on the planet, including migratory species spotted in these lands.
Popular hill-station of Kerala perched at an altitude of 1600 m in the Western Ghats, known as the Kashmir of South India. Situated on the banks of three rivers Madupetti, Nallathanni and Periavaru, Munnar is also blessed with natural bird sanctuaries and the tea plantations.
Established by the British in the early 19th century as the summer headquarters of the Madras Government, and known as the Queen of Hill Stations, mixes Indian bustle and Hindu temples with beautiful gardens. Experience a journey up there on the celebrated miniature train, in romantic and stunning scenery.
Served as the capital city of the Kingdom of Mysore for nearly six centuries from 1399 until 1956. A city with a majestic lavish palace, regal and opulence is a synonymous to it. Carved wooden doors, mosaic floors and a series of paintings depicting life there during the Raj are awaiting to be witnessed.
Mysore lends its name to various art forms and culture, such as Mysore Dasara, Mysore painting; the sweet dish Mysore Pak, Mysore Masala Dosa; brands such as Mysore Sandalwood soap and ink. Known as well for its special variety of jasmine flower fondly referred as Mysore Mallige.
The heart of Karnataka, boasting Hoysala architecture echoes of Carnatic music, bright flowers waiting to be picked to garland a deity, and the aroma of mouthwatering food. The state was also home to 19th-century French missionaries, who have left a mark on the architecture of the region. Unravel the magic that is expressed around Hassan.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Situated in the shadowed depth of hills and valleys in the state of Karnataka, this place is a historical delight for travellers. Surrounded by 500 ancient monuments, beautiful temples, bustling street markets, bastions, treasury building and captivating remains of Vijayanagar Empire. Discover an open museum with 100+ locations to explore and understand Indian History.