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Expose the enchantment of tropical Kerala in the south of India. Trip the historic fort of Kochi and the scenic hill station of Munnar with its fertile tea plantations, go untamed at Periyar National Park and pay out a night, aboard a houseboat, gliding along the soothing, palm fringed backwater.
Kochi - Munnar - Periyar National Park - Kumarakom - Kerala backwaters - Alleppey - Fort Kochi
Tiger Trail Tour
Tag on the tiger trail and penetrate two of India's leading tiger reserves - Bandhavgarh National Park and Kanha National Park. They together maintain a stupendous profusion of flora and fauna and a mixture of species that can be delivered by the Indian subcontinent only.
New Delhi - Bandhavgarh National Park - Kanha National Park - Jabalpur - Delhi - Old Delhi - New Delhi
Starting from Kolkata, we travel to south Bhubaneswar; a place belonging to the World Heritage listed Sun Temple at Konark. After visiting the matchless tribal rural community of Orissa, we will turnaround our venture with a few days on the coast at Gopalpur-on-Sea.
Kolkata - Bhubaneshwar - Taptapani - Rayagada - Gopalpur on Sea - Bhubaneshwar - Kolkata
Golden Triangle & Goa
The perfect holiday cocktail! Commencing with the sites of India's famous Golden Triangle, this tour covers the tropical climes of Goa. Sun, sea, sand and plenty of famed Goa cuisine! You also get the chance to try your hand at cooking up a curry or two!
Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Samode - Jaipur - Goa - Mumbai - Departure
Invitation to India
Ultimate Rajasthan, the Land of the Rajput Kings - incredible India at its most colourful. As a final interesting twist, you can choose to end your tour in Mumbai (Bombay), perfect for those wishing to visit India for the first time.
Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Mandawa - Shekhawati region - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Ranakpur - Udaipur - Mumbai
This tour includes Chennai, Pondicherry and Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. Kochi, majestic hill stations and a rice boat cruise on the Keralan backwaters. An active filled fortnight in the Southern Indian states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, which purely has it every single thing!
Chennai to Mahabalipuram - Mahabalipuram - Pondicherry - Tanjore - Trichy - Madurai - Periyar National Park - Kumarakom - Kerala backwaters - Alleppey - Fort Kochi - Kochi
The Wild Fantasy
Live into the fantasy of Wildlife! Ranthambhore, Bharatpur, Bandhavgarh and Kanha National Parks are the major wildlife parks of India. The state-of-the-art exploration for tiger and wildlife fans, this thrill-packed fortnight also takes in the renowned Taj Mahal in Agra and the legendary sights of Delhi - old and new.
New Delhi - Ranthambhore National Park - Bharatpur - Agra - Bandhavgarh National Park - Kanha National Park - New Delhi - Old Delhi - New Delhi
Delhi to Darjeeling
Covering in all, the best of India; Delhi, Jaipur, the Taj Mahal, the mystifying Temples of Khajuraho, ancient holy Varanasi, the remote hill station of Kalimpong and certainly Darjeeling, the tea central.
New Delhi - Jaipur - Agra - Jhansi - Orchha - Khajuraho - Varanasi - New Delhi -Kalimpong - Gangtok - Darjeeling - Fly to Delhi - Kolkata
Gujarat Wildlife & Birding Tour
Gujarat is the terrain of the Asiatic lion and the Indian wild ass not seen somewhere else. It also has flourishing populations of leopard, sloth bear, wolf, blackbuck and other mammals. Minor mammals can be witnessed in the Rann of Kutch and Banni. India's foremost Marine National Park runs along the shores of the Gulf of Kachch presenting prospects to observe aquatic invertebrate and a range of fishes. One of India's most vital areas for bird viewing, Gujarat's marshland catches the attention of massive flock of birds in numbers away from imagination.
Mumbai - Ahmedabad - Dasada - Kutch - Dasada - Bhuj - Moti Virani - Banni Grasslands - Lala Bustard Sanctuary - Moti Virani - Mandvi - Jamnagar - Gondal - Gir - Velavadar - Bhavnagar - Ahmedabad
Gujarat Architectural Gems & Archaeological Sites
Gujarat has been a nucleus of evolution for more than four millennia. From 2700-1600 BC, the Harappan or Indus Valley Civilization flourished at places like Lothal and Dholavira. The Harappan cities were known for their stylish town planning. From the 3rd century BC to the 7th century BC, Gujarat was a thriving centre of Buddhism. The golden era of Gujarat's structural design was during the time in power of the Solanki Rajputs in the 11th and 12th centuries when superb Hindu and Jain temples were constructed. A remarkable characteristic of the Solanki era was the development of water-retaining formations like the step wells, stepped tanks and superficial lakes which were garlanded like subterranean palaces with truly excellent designs. Another unique feature of Gujarat is its Jain temple composite sites on peaks like those of Shatrunjaya Hill near Palitana and Mt Girnar near Junagadh. The 15th century saw the expansion of a provincial Indo-Saracenic style of architecture during the sovereign of Sultan Ahmed Shah, the founder of Ahmedabad, with mosques and mausoleum complexes which blend Hindu and Islamic architectural designs. The 17th to 19th century period saw much trade out of Gujarat's ports and the state merchant's specially made notable havelis with beautiful woodcarvings. This journey has been planned to include a cross-section of these amazing architectural styles attribute of the state. The itinerary can also be customized to include imposing European works like the huge Portuguese fort of Diu, the wonderful churches of Daman, and the Dutch and British mausoleum complexes of Surat.
Mumbai - Ahmedabad - Palitana - Gondal - Junagadh - Gondal - Dasada - Modhera - Patan - Balaram - Taranga - Vadnagar - Ahmedabad - Champaner/Jambugodha - Ahmedabad - Mumbai