A curated Journey
On tour, your hand-crafted experience takes you to the Beatles Rishikesh, but well beyond.
India provided the inspiration for the Beatles in music, style and culture. The best way to feel these powerful inspirations is to experience this magical country through authentic culinary delights, architectural wonders, historic places, and first-hand participation with its people and culture. On this journey, the colors of India come to life.
“Rishikesh is an incredible place, situated where the Ganges flows out of the Himalayas in the plains between the mountains and Delhi. …Marharishi’s place was perched up on a hill overlooking the town and the river…”
– George Harrison
from “The Beatles Anthology”
Here are our amazing destinations:
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The “Gateway to the Himalayas,” Rishikesh is one of the holiest places for Hindus, and is known as a pilgrimage town. It is nestled in the foothills of the mountains with the River Ganges running through. This revered place was the location of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s ashram where the Beatles came in 1968 to study Transcendental Meditation. The ashram is now claimed as part of the Rajaji Tiger Sanctuary. Rishikesh has become known as the Yoga capital of the world and a place where religious pilgrims, sadhus, and holy men and former hippies come to seek enlightenment.
Agra, The Taj Mahal
The former capital of the Mughal Empire in the 16th and 17th Centuries, Agra sits on the banks of the Yamuna River. Agra is rich in architecture from the Mughal era – notably the Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, and the Taj Mahal – all World Heritage Sites.
India’s capital city, Delhi was the political and financial center of the Mughal Empire, but became the capital of the British Indian Empire in 1911. Today, this city is a mix of the ancient and the modern with central Delhi home to international embassies, mixed cultural heritage, and a vibrant urban lifestyle.
In the Alwar district in the royal state of Rajasthan, Tijara is a 19th Century fort palace sitting high on a hilltop. Left unfinished, the fort is now one of the best heritage hotels in India and has been lovingly restored. Adorned with beautiful artwork and a seven-terrace garden, this palace offers magnificent views of the surrounds.
The capital of Rajasthan, the Pink City of Jaipur is one of the most colorful and vibrant cities in India. It is known for its World Heritage Sites of Amber Fort and the Jantar Mantar. It is a shopping paradise for handwork, gemstones, and pottery among many treasures. One stay in Jaipur, and you will be in love with her forever.
“The Blue City”, Jodhpur is an exotic destination set in the stark landscape of the Thar Desert. It is a bustling, walled city with forts, palaces, and temples and is one of the most romantic cities in India. With its imposing Mehrangarh Fort rising up from the flat, expansive plains of Rajasthan, Jodhpur will fill your senses with awe-inspiring vistas, royal grandeur, and historic wonderment.
In the heart of Rajasthan, Ranakpur is best known for its marble Jain Temple, considered to be the best of its kind in the world. Ranakpur is a village set in a valley west of the Aravalli Range and is home to a large population of monkeys that live in and around the magnificent jungle temples.
Often considered as the most Romantic City in India, Udaipur is a city of lakes and mountain views, of magical palaces and breathtaking vistas. It is a cultural hub for its palaces, museums, galleries, gardens and handcrafts.
Ranthambore National Park
This wildlife sanctuary is known for its Bengal tigers, and is one of the best places in India to see these large wildcats in their native jungle habitat. This park is part of a World Heritage area rich in flora an fauna, set among temples and architectural antiquities. Ranthambore is in the Sawai Madhopur district of southern Rajasthan and is bounded by the plains and the Aravalli Range.
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