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.
Often referred to as the Pink City, Jaipur has been a staple of India tours for decades. A unique combination of past and present, the city of 3.1 million people is at once a bustling metropolis and a window into the storied history of India. Virtually every site you visit during your trip to Jaipur will be fulfilling, but there are several that you surely can't miss when you're in the Paris of India.
While India may not be commonly recognized as one of the pioneers of astronomy, Jantar Mantar may help change that perception. A collection of architectural astronomical instruments, the centuries-old landmark is among the most important scientific structures of the 1700s.
The observatory is the largest of its kind in the world, and today it stands as a testament to the important role famed ruler Jai Singh II played in Indian history. Visitors will surely be captivated by the site's 18 astronomical structures, which include two uniquely designed giant sundials.
Jaipur is home to a long list of forts and monuments, but few are quite like Amber Fort. The structure was built in 1592 by Raja Man Singh I, and while it served an important role in Indian history, its significance is overshadowed by its sheer aesthetic appeal, which is responsible for attracting an estimated 5,000 visitors every day.
More of a palace than anything else, Amber Fort houses innumerable artifacts that speak to the opulence of the rulers who lived there. Among the highlights is the Sheesh Mahal, or mirror palace. This ornately decorated room is covered in mosaics and colored glass that creates a one-of-a-kind aesthetic.
Jaipur has become a popular destination for filmmakers in recent years, with its historic backdrop setting the tone for some dramas. Chad Baori, famous stepwell, has been among the most regularly visited.
A short distance from the Harshat Mata temple, you'll likely recognize the unusual formation from the 2006 film "The Fall," or perhaps more recently from "The Dark Knight Rises."
(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.
(Cochin, Munnar, Thekkady, Kumarakom)
The delicate aroma of tea dances on the hill-top breeze as tea plantations compete for space among the thick forests of exotic spices around Munnar.
The mystique of Cairo’s Pyramids and Egyptian National Museum all revealed by private guide. Cruise down the Nile on an exploration of Aswan, Edfu and Luxor. Includes internal flights, trained Egyptologist, transfers, entrance fees, and meals as indicated on itinerary.
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