Plunge into multi-dimensional India, a world of sweet spices, temples & tigers with this exotic special.
Travel through the sands of time on this exclusive cruise with world renowned Egyptologist, Dr. Hawas.
As the 2012 Summer Olympics come to a close, some travelers may be considering getting in shape to emulate their favorite athletes. While you shouldn't expect to beat Usain Bolt's record-breaking time for the 100-meter run or top swimmer Michael Phelps' astonishing medal count, you can still keep your blood flowing and heart pumping as you hop across the globe. The best way to find both physical and spiritual peace during a tour of India is to practice yoga.
If you already take yoga classes at home, you should keep up the good work and continue your routine during vacation. You could even wake up at dawn and perform sun salutations to ensure that your day will go smoothly, whether you plan on visiting ancient temples or going for a hike near the Himalayas.
Your workout needn't end there - keep your diet in check by eating nutritious foods during an India tour. Much of the food in this diverse country features mouthwatering combinations of spices and herbs that help the body naturally cleanse itself of harmful toxins found in overly processed food.
(Delhi, Jaipur, Agra)
A superb tour of the Golden Triangle including Delhi, Jaipur and Agra. Featuring private guides, transfers in a private car between cities and premium accommodations courtesy of Taj Hotels, Resorts and Palaces.
(Jerusalem, Tel Aviv)
Premium tour with five star luxury. Explore Jerusalem's Old City, New City, Dead Sea and Masada, Nazareth, Tel Aviv, Haifa and the coastline with your own private vehicle driver and guide.
(Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Varanasi)
The holy Ganges is the lifeblood of India, and its sights, sounds and smells fill your senses as you experience the daily life of the river aboard a private boat tour.
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