Geographically and culturally diverse, northern India is dissected by the holy Ganges River. This is a land of desert and mountain, ancient religious centres and fine Mughal architecture. The Himalayas define the northern limits of India and encompass former hill-stations, the Dalai Lama's current residence in Dharamsala, the Golden Temple of Amritsar and the weather-beaten terrain of Buddhist Ladakh. Also within reach of Delhi is Corbett National Park and lakes and gardens of Kashmir. To the south, in Gujarat, sun-bleached desert cities lay adjacent to rural tribal communities and Sasan Gir – last abode of the Asiatic lion. No stay in northern India is complete without a visit to the Taj Mahal in Agra, the holy city of Varanasi on the sacred Ganges or the fabulous UNESCO temples at Khajuraho. All of our holidays and tours to northern India are unique and fully personalised.