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Classical Forts and Palaces Tour
Delhi - Mandawa - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Jodhpur - Udaipur - Pushkar - Jaipur - Agra... +
Kerala and Ayurveda
Kochi - Munnar - Thekkady - Alleppey - Kovalam - Trivandrum... +
Golden Triangle with Wildlife
Delhi - Agra - Ranthambore - Jaipur - Delhi... +
Golden Triangle with Goa
Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Goa - Mumbai/ Delhi ... +
Kashmir & Ladakh Extravaganza
Delhi - Srinagar - Gulmarg - Pahalgam... +
Golden Triangle with Varanasi & Nepal
Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Varanasi - Kathmandu... +
India celebrates a great range of colorful fairs & festivals that exemplifies the harmonious co-existence among people of different religions. The celebrations are the moments of jubilations throughout the country and hold a special place in the heart of every Indian. Many of these celebrations are shared by various communities across the country, with a few variations in their history and way of celebration.
Behind every celebration in India, there is a meaningful story, centuries-old traditions that emphasize the local culture and history of different regions. From the colorful Holi, the illuminating Diwali, the world’s largest camel fair at Pushkar, to the masked dance of the Hemis Festival, every Indian festival is a celebration of its customs, traditions, and mythology.
Let’s celebrate and integrate these colourful festivals with our India experience of ancient UNESCO Sites, Archeological marvels, history, and culture! Read more...
Extending from the mountainous ranges of the Himalayas in the north to the Indian Ocean's tropical fringes in the south, the Indian subcontinent is recognised for its rich diversity and intriguing features all across the globe. India is the seventh largest country in the world, covering more than three million square kilometres, and shares land borders with 7 countries Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Burma, Pakistan and water borders with Sri Lanka and the Maldives. Along with India’s major attractions, these neighbouring countries also offer the best tourist places to see and explore.
Lying in India’s northeast side is Nepal, a beautiful country to visit from India. Snow peaks, historical temples, and monasteries, wildlife reserves, adventure sports are the major draw. Nepal is also home to the Mount Everest where one can climb or trek here. Canyoning, kayaking, climbing, paragliding, river rafting, bungee jumping and mountain biking all offer a rush of adrenaline against the backdrop of some of the world’s most dramatic landscapes.
The kingdom of Bhutan is known for its peaceful nature, natural beauty, and the vast expanse of unexplored terrains.
A tiny Himalayan nation, Bhutan is the best place to be for some peace, tranquillity. It is also one of the most budget-friendly countries to travel from India.
Sri Lanka offers amazing beaches, absolute lip-smacking cuisine. Closest to southern India, Sri Lanka guides you to its charismatic beauty. Sri Lanka is home to UNESCO listed sites, popular Buddhist sites, famous national parks that are home to exotic wildlife and a lot more. Thailand is a perfect mix of ultra-modern cityscape and rich cultural heritage, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins, and tropical beaches. Maldives: A stunning island nation, Maldives is an exotic location in the Indian Ocean-The Arabian Sea. The Maldives consists of 26 atolls and consists of more than a thousand coral islands. The Maldives has some of the best underwater world activities like diving and snorkelling in the world, the clear waters of this tropical country and the dazzling coral reef are a magnet for those with an interest in marine life.