Landlocked Central India is a less-visited region, challenging
yet rewarding to explore. Much of remote and uninhabited Madhya
Pradesh is covered in dense forest where tigers reside in the
verdant National Parks, whose grasslands and savannahs inspired
Kipling's 'Jungle Book'.
Buddhist stupas and intriguing palaces and temples nod to the
history of the Indian Raj prevalent in this area. Further North, in
Uttar Pradesh, visitors can follow pilgrims along the sacred Ganges
On its North western tip, re-join the popular tourist circuit
and discover the red forts of Agra and one of India's most enduring
monuments: the shimmering domes of the Taj Mahal.