The monsoon season is not so bad in Agra comparing to the rest of India. However, the drier time of year from October through April is still the best time to visit Taj Mahal. At this time, you can see magical Agra from the birds' perspective flying over the holy city in a hot air balloon. Right after the rainy season is the best time to explore the lush gardens of Agra and the blooming jungle. Attending a yoga class facing Taj Mahal is another experience not to be missed. In late October or early November, visitors can observe light festival Diwali, while in March you can participate in colourful Holi celebrations in Agra.
Flying over Agra will surely make your rendezvous with the holy city unforgettable
Don't miss a chance to meet Shere Khan, the king of the Jungle
Experience the true grandeur of The Taj Mahal, the iconic landmark of India and the Seventh Wonder of the World
Agra is home to popular gardens including Soami Bagh, Ram Bagh, and Mehtab—each with a story to tell!
Join these Yoga classes—a perfect way to be healthy, fit, and enjoy the atmosphere of the Taj Mahal!
Walk across a natural forest and jungle with amazing views of the Taj Mahal
A green area sprawling in the heart of Agra with a great variety of trees and a lake
Break away from the popular tourist routes across Agra and try something new examining the unique and yet simple Hindu lifestyle
Discover the heritage of the Mughal Empire and its most amazing monument standing majestically in the territory of this historical city
Discover amazing wildlife and exquisite landscapes, ancient forts and ruins, sacred temples and enthralling mythology at the renowned National Chambal Sanctuary
Explore all the historical and culturally significant monuments of Agra by pedalling through its streets
Keoladeo National Park and Sarovar Bird Sanctuary are perfect for birdwatchers and other nature lovers
Do you have a passion for golfing? Check out some of the best golf courses around Agra!
May the blessings of Sri Ganesha be upon you all! Immerse yourself into one of the most widely celebrated festivals in India
Immerse yourself in Maha Shivaratri—discover overall definition of the Hindu galaxy and honor Lord Shiva with the believers
As Christmas to Christians, Diwali is as important to Hindus
Celebrate Holi, the festival of colors with locals of Agra
Visit the birthplace of Lord Krishna and discover this ancient Hindu festival
Celebrate the cultural heritage of ancient India, its traditions and customs by visiting one of the most popular festivals of Agra
Discover the unique taste of the juicy Asian 'apple'
Have a proper taste of Ganesha's favorite special treat