Destinations covered : Cochin
-Mumbai-Delhi- Varanasi- Khajuraho -Agra -Ranthambhore-
Kochi (colonial name Cochin) is a vibrant city situated on the
south-west coast of the Indian peninsula in the breathtakingly
scenic and prosperous state of Kerala, hailed as 'God's Own
Country'. Its strategic importance over the centuries is
underlined by the sobriquet Queen of the Arabian Sea. Informally,
Cochin is also referred to as the Gateway to Kerala.
Mumbai has a lot to offer to visitors – whether it's
shopping, sightseeing, dining, or experiencing the unique culture
of this city. Squeezing it into a business trip is not easy
– but with Mumbai Magic, you can now have the pleasure of a
customized tour, at your convenience!
India's capital city, Delhi is the second most widely used entry
point in the country, being on the route of most major airlines.
It is well linked by rail, air and road to all parts of the
country. The remains of seven distinctive capital cities - among
them Shahjahanabad and Qutab Minar - can be seen.
The venerable and ancient city Varanasi is the religious centre
of the world for Hindus. It is a magnificent city, with myriad
attractions, both as an exalted place of pilgrimage and a
microcosmic centre of faith. Thousands of pilgrims visit the city
from all parts of India and from across the world. Varanasi is a
unique city where the past and present, eternity and continuity
lives side by side.
The temples at Khajuraho were built during the Chandela dynasty,
which reached its apogee between 950 and 1050. Only about 20
temples remain; they fall into three distinct groups and belong
to two different religions – Hinduism and Jainism.
AGRA - Taj Mahal
one of the Seven Wonders of the world built by Emperor Shah Jehan
in the memory oh his beloved consort Mumtaz Mahal. This beautiful
mausoleum took 22 years to complete with a work force of 20,000.
Craftsmen and master builders came from all over Asia to join in
the great work – from Baghdad, Shiraz, Delhi, Samarkand and
The Ranthambore National Park is situated in Eastern Rajasthan at
the confluence of the Aravali hill ranges and the Vindhyan
plateau. Two rivers flow through the Ranthambore National Park -
the Chambal River in the South and the Banas River in the North.
Six man-made lakes and many perennial streams pass through the
entire national park.
The Capital of Rajasthan, this picturesque city is a symphony in
Pink, a colour which symbolizes hospitality in Rajput culture.
Built by Raja Jai Singh in the 18th century it is surrounded by
hills topped with rugged fortresses and dotted with fairy tale
palaces. Ambling camels and brightly dressed peasants, treasure
trove of handloom and craft. Come visit city of Love, Legends and