Amongst the scent of rich spices, exotic fruits and the balmy ocean breeze, is the scent of adventure, because that’s exactly what a cruise in the Indian Ocean has in store for you. Whether it’s navigating the bustling city of Delhi with its intense energy, the great Taj Mahal in Agra or the Jantar Mantar there’s an incredible variety of new sights and experiences to discover.
Experience the burst of culture, tantalise your tastebuds with a selection of the local cuisine, and let a cruise around the Indian Ocean take you on an unforgetable adventure and beyond your wildest expectations.
Delhi, the beating heart of India. Steeped in history, this city is a treasure trove of wonderous locations and modern structures. Made up of several areas within itself there is something for everyone in this quirky city. Old Delhi is synonymous with sheer chaos, the beeping horns and rickety rickshaws make this area of the city a delight for the adrenaline seekers. Love it or hate it, Old Delhi is a cornerstone of Indian culture and one thing is for sure, you won't forget it in a hurry!
New Delhi on the other hand is a cosmopolitan hub of classic cuisine, top class shopping and rich history. The bazaars pour out into the street with everything you could wish for being located in one of the stalls! Visit Gandhi's Delhi home, appreciate the beauty of the Sacred Heart Cathedral or look on in amazement at Humayun's Tomb. These locations are only part of New Delhi, will you have time to fit everything in?!
Agra is home to the Taj Mahal, probably India's most famous building and now’s your chance to gaze in awe at the stunning structure which is perched on the Yamuna river. It's ivory white marble makes it gleam in the sunlight with every possible viewing location bringing a difference appreciation of this amazing building. It was commissioned in 1632 by Shah Jahan, the Mughal Emperor, to house his wife's tomb and the Mughal legacy lives on. The lesser known but no less grand structure is the Baby Taj, built before it's namesake, this tomb was the first Mughal building to be overlaid with white marble. These colossus tombs make Agra an unforgettable hive of tourist activity, people visit for the Taj Mahal but end up discovering new wonders of the world with each corner of Agra hiding something truly unique.
Jaipur is a colourful jewel in the Indian crown, this flamboyant city makes it a different experience from it's predecessors. The buildings glow in the light, the busyness and noise seep away into the background as you truly appreciate this city for it's grandeur. Known as the 'Pink City' for it's colour theme, it is the perfect opportunity to capture those treasured moments on camera. Just outside the city is Amber Fort, a mix of Muslim and Hindu architecture which makes for a stunning construction. It sits proudly overlooking Maota Lake and it needs to be seen to be believed. This fort is only one of the incredible buildings found in Jaipur, right in the heart of the Old City is the City Palace. Boasting a grand opulent design and situated amongst stunning gardens, you will spend many an hour exploring and discovering different aspects of this incredible area.