India occupies the most significant part of South Asia. It is the second-most populous country in the World and is a perfect melting pot of cultures, religions and over 100 languages.
The country is home to some natural wonders, the Himalayas on the North, the Western Ghats on the Southwest, the deserts of Rajasthan and the mighty Indus and Ganges Rivers. There are 101 National Parks in India. Most of them are home to some incredible flora and fauna like the Bengal Tiger, the Snow Leopard, the Asiatic Lion, the Indian Leopard, the Indian Elephant and the One-horned Rhino.
India holds the World’s biggest Bengal Tiger population with around 3,000 individuals. It also the best place to observe these big cats in the wild.
There are nearly 40 UNESCO World Heritage sites in India. Discover the crowded streets of Old Delhi, the majestic Taj Mahal, the colourful streets of Jaipur or the archaeological site of Hampi.
The country offers a bit of everything so that every traveller can find their point of interest, whether it is mammals, birds, culture or the mix of all of these.
Get to know the cultural heritage of India and discover its unique wildlife!