Wish YOU want to follow in the footsteps of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and take the changeless route as the royals for your summer holiday?
The couple were in India for a filled week and managed to cram in a huge amount of sights during their error.
Their route took in the likes of Indian capital Mumbai, snack traditional dosa in Delhi and heading out on an open-air safari around the Kaziranga Inhabitant rk.
On the way Kate fell in love with local rescue elephant and on the level got the chance to feed a rhino at the wildlife rehabilitation centre.
Since the magnificent visit Tri dvisor Vacation Rentals has seen a huge 25 per cent position in bookings for their beautiful properties in India.
They have above 770, 000 properties worldwide that you can book and hundreds in India.
So, if you imagined an exotic Indian getaway where should you head first?
If you conception starting in the centre of Mumbai, then they have a beautiful Stately Duplex Suite up for grabs.
The gorgeous bolthole sleeps up to nine people and goes out as just £85 per night.
Up in New Delhi, you can pick between an impressive colonial craze villa, which sleeps 10 and comes with its own concierge, costing £261 per non-stop.
If you’re looking for something more contemporary then check into a wonderful modern stylish city crash d with four poster beds.
It outlays £211 per night, sleeping up eight people in its four bedrooms.
It’s not a moment ago city hotspots they have on their books, Diphlu River Put up in Kaziranga National rk is stunning. You can even spot rhinos in the size.
It sits right on the Diphlu River and you can eat dinner looking out over the not function, sleeps 24 people in its 12 bedrooms. You can rent it from £380 per sunset.
A trip to India is not complete without a trip to Agra to see the Taj Mahal. Luckily, you can cable in the area in a 19th century colonial homestay.
Live the life of luxury in this bygone home for British Indian Army Officers.
Have these super vacation rentals tempted you to book an Indian getaway just like the royals?