This vibrant tour takes you to the splendid journey of the most beautiful and colourful states of India along with the Medieval India to Modern India. This classic itinerary encompasses iconic architectural…
Heritage & Culture Tours
Nowhere else in the world offers a greater selection of heritage and culture – both ancient and modern – in such abundance and diversity.
From magnificent Forts & Palaces to UNESCO world heritage sites and temples, Sand Dunes to Sandy Beaches, Bharatnatyam to Bollywood, India is a culture lover’s dream come true.
Heritage of India
India is a well known for its ancient heritage and culture. Many cultural practices, languages, customs, architecture of forts, palaces and monuments showcase this co-mingling over centuries. Rajasthan, one of the most popular tourist attractions among Indian Heritage tours, offers many monuments from ancient India which are now converted into luxurious hotels giving you a glimpse into their royal past.
Rajasthan is the land of Maharajas , forts, palaces, romantic Havelis drenched in royalty. Each monument echoes with rich architectural grandeur. Most of these Palaces and Havelis having been converted into Heritage Hotels offer a taste of its grandeur to the guests. With impeccable services, they offer unparalleled luxury and the regal lifestyle during your stay. Each of these heritage hotels has its own magical charm and traditional decor. For decades the Rajput fortress, the defensive castles, and the composite Havelis have been the abode of nobility- and hospitality here is a way of life.
Culture of India
India ranks among the most culturally rich and sophisticated regions of the world. Since ancient times, performing arts – whether music, dance or ritual theatre – have played a central role in religious life, as well as that of the royal courts and local villages.
In Rajasthan, cultural recitals are often staged against a backdrop of flamboyant Rajput domes and pavilions in the palace or haveli courtyard – the perfect setting for the swirling, sparkling dances of Kalbelia dancers, or the haunting desert songs of the Manganiyar gypsies. In Kerala, it could be elaborately costumed Kathakali or graceful Mohiniyattam dance, with performers decked in brocaded silk and gold tend.
“Opportunities to see such riches in their authentic contexts – in local temples, shrines and stately homes – may be rarer, but are always worth seeking out.”
Our local experts are always on hand to make sure you get the most from your visits – Just choose any of the following travel packages for Heritage & Culture tours including sightseeing of forts and sculptures in India, Taj Mahal and Rajasthan tours, the golden triangle and many more…