India is drenched in textile tradition, characterised by bright and intricately designed silks and cottons. Exploring the Mata Ni Pachedi is a fabulous insight into the country’s most traditional form of textile art.
A visit to the Self Employed Women’s Association who specialise in Chikankari – a fine embroidery technique with Mughal influences.
Explore Nagaur Cattle Fair and witness the thousands of bulls, camels, goats and cows brought to the fair to trade.
Explore the ruins of 16th century palaces and temples in the sleepy historical town of Orchha.
Explore the villages of Churu and discover the beautifully painted Havelis. These Indian mansions offer an insight into the history of the British Raj.
Explore Jaipur’s spectacular Amber Fort, visiting the Palace of Mirrors and The Hall of Public Audience. Discover its cobbled streets, gateways and enormous ramparts and transport yourself to 16th century Jaipur.
Explore Nagaur Fort and its various temples and mosques within its walls.
Ranthambore National Park, India
Heading out in the early morning and late afternoon are the best times to look for the amazing wildlife that Ranthambore has to offer in perfect light. Open jeeps give you an uncluttered view and offer the best chance of sighting the elusive Bengal Tiger.