A trip to India is an all-out assault on the senses. You’ll travel through dusty heat (or snowy cold in the north), sharing roads with a parade of bicycles, auto-rickshaws, sputtering motorcycles, tinsel-draped trucks, cattle, livestock and the occasional elephant.
At India’s sights and markets, the chaos continues: throngs of beggars, hawkers, tourists, near-naked holy men, business people, children and scurrying monkeys. Amid the cacophony, some of the globe’s most majestic and historical sights will emerge—the Taj Mahal, the Ganges and the Himalayas.
February 22, 2016