India is calling! The epic land of kings, forts, and culture. In this incredible country there are so many UNESCO World Heritage Sites that offer a glimpse into its amazing history. From beautiful forts to epic temples, each site tells a story of Rajasthan's amazing past and cultural heritage. If India is on your bucket list then it's probably because of one of these epic sites, from the pink city to epic tiger safaris - there’s so much to see, all you have to decide is which one to see first!





Jaipur is home to two epic UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Amer Fort and the Jantar Mantar. Amer Fort, a stunning example of Rajput architecture, stands proudly overlooking the Maota Lake. Its amazing design, endless courtyards, and breathtaking views make it a must-visit for those wanting some insane photos. Jantar Mantar, an astronomical observatory built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, showcases the scientific prowess of ancient India with its remarkable instruments.



Taj Mahal


A blog about the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India would be wrong without mentioning the iconic Taj Mahal. Situated in Agra, just a few hours' drive from Rajasthan, this must-see masterpiece is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most epic symbols of love in the world. Commissioned by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, the Taj Mahal's insane craftsmanship, intricate carvings, and symmetrical gardens attract millions of visitors each year, mesmerizing them with its elegance and setting every romantics standards VERY high!





The Venice of the East. Udaipur, often referred to as the "City of Lakes" or the "Venice of the East," is home to several architectural marvels that have earned UNESCO World Heritage status. The City Palace, an amazing complex overlooking Lake Pichola, combines stunning architectural styles, courtyards, and gardens that offer insights into Udaipur's royal legacy. Nearby, the Jag Mandir and Jag Niwas (now the luxurious Lake Palace Hotel) add to the city's charm with their epic design and scenic location on the beautiful lake!





Ranthambore Fort, located within the Ranthambore National Park, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that blends history with wildlife. The fort's, which is already insane due to its location in the wild tiger landscape, is home to ancient ruins and temples, providing an amazing glimpse into its royal past.



So there you go! If you are looking for the best UNESCO sites to visit in the world then India is the place for you! You can do it even easier by joining one of our epic tours - India Uncovered is calling…




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