Punjab is known as land of five rivers. Tourism offers the best prospects of helping the state and helps in earning substantial amount of revenue for meeting the necessary requirements of state. It has to be recognized that tourism not only generates employment, but also upgrades infrastructure of the state created for tourism, which is then used by all other sectors of economy. Recognizing the importance of tourism, the Government has given tourism a special status by declaring it as an industry in Punjab in the year 1996. The state does not have much to offer as far as natural resources are concerned but it has an excellent infrastructure as compared to other states, which is helpful in attracting tourists. There are several places in Punjab that attract tourists and these are Amritsar, Jalandhar, Chandigarh, Ropar, Bhatinda, Pathankot, Muktsar, Hoshiarpur, Fatehgarh Sahib, Patiala and Kapurthala.

The most important tourist center in the state is Amritsar with its Golden Temple. This temple is considered to be the holiest of all the pilgrimages of Sikhism and houses Akal Takht, the supreme governing body of Sikhism. This site became internationally famous and popular among tourists after being recommended to UNESCO for world heritage monument site. There is no dearth of tourist attractions in Punjab. The tourism product of Punjab is varied and rich in culture and heritage. Punjab has much to offer in terms of culture, heritage, food, festivals, fairs, rural life, local arts & crafts, ancient palaces & monuments, religious places etc.

  • DAY 01: Amritsar

    Arrive Amritsar Railway Station/Airport. On arrival, will be taken to the Farmers Villa. Start your city tour with the blessings of Golden Temple-the most important Sikh shrine also known as Harimandir Sahib and Durbar Sahib. Then visit JallianwalaBagh- the place that reminds every Indian of the brutal and heirless massacre by a British general. Visit Durgiana Temple: – The temple complex houses Shree Laxmi Narayan Mandir with a huge pond. It has a museum with relics of Mughal era and hand drawn sketches and portraits of the ruling Sikhs.Afternoon for shopping etc. In evening visit Indo-Pak Wagah Border to watch Flag Retreat Ceremony- Wagah, an army outpost on Indo-Pak border 30 Kms from Amritsar where the daily highlight is the evening “Beating the Retreat” ceremony. Soldiers from both countries march in perfect drill, going through the steps of bringing down their respective national flags. As the sun goes down, nationalistic fervor rises and lights are switched on marking the end of the day amidst thunderous applause. Overnight stay in Farmers Villa.

  • DAY 02: Amritsar

    After breakfast, Visit Amritsar’s Local Village near Farmer’s Villa and Interact with Village People, Take a ride of Tractor across streams, Take a walking tour of the Vegetable farm, Stroll among Onion, Potato, Carrot, Radish, Green Peas, Cauliflower, Cucumber, Brinjal, Capsicum or Other Seasonal Vegetables, Take a trip to a dairy farm and Milking cows & buffaloes, Dinner and Overnight at farmers Villa.

  • DAY 03: Jalandhar

    Morning drive to Jalandhar on arrival in jalandhar hotel then start your city tour with Pushpa Gujral Science City Science, built with the aim of learning, fun & amusement out of Science for people of all ages & all walks of life. It will arouse creativity in young minds; help in building a scientific temper in the state, GurdwaraChhevinPadshahi Guru Hargobind visited the city of Jalandhar during his tour of Doaba area. GurdwaraChhevinPadshahi in BastiShaikh, Jalandhar city, stands on the spot where Guruji granted interview to a Muslim holy saint popularly known as Shaikh Darvesh, Devi Talab Mandir It is situated in the heart of Jalandhar City. The old Devi Talab has been renovated and, in its centre, a new temple has been built. Overnight stay in hotel.

  • DAY 04: Jalandhar – Ludhiana – Patiala

    After breakfast, drive to Ludhiana on arrival in Ludhiana visit Sri DukhNiwaran Sahib, doing very well in Spreading Sikh Guru’s Message to All Over. Ludhiana is an industrial town, but it is having few places for Tourist interest also. Whoever comes here has never gone back without imbibing the essence of Punjab. Later drive to Patiala on Arrival in Patiala check in hotel. Start your tour Qila Mubarak Complex. Sheesh Mahal was built behind the main MotiBagh Palace to serve as a pleasure complex.The paintings in two of its well maintained, mirror-worked Patialachambers are of Kangra and Rajasthaniqalam, depicting the poetic visions of Keshav, Surdas and Bihari. GurdwaraDukhNivaran Sahib: This shrine is situated in what used to be the village of Lehal, now part of Patiala city. Overnight stay in Patiala.

  • DAY 05: Patiala – Chandigarh

    After breakfast, drive to Chandigarh check in the Hotel, after fresh up Start your city tour with Rock Garden which consist of various arts and objects made of industrial and urban waste. It is situated in sector-1. The credit of its foundation goes to Dr Nek Chand who was the road inspector in the Engineering department of Chandigarh. Then visit to Sukhna Lake that lies in the foothills of shivalik range. People visit in the morning to enjoy fresh breeze. It serves as a picnic spot and good place for water activities. After that visit Rose Garden which is Asia’s largest rose garden. It contains more than 17,000 plants and over 16,000 varieties of roses. The venue serves annual rose festival or festival of gardens. In the evening enjoy shopping in sector 17 market. Back to hotel, overnight stay in Chandigarh hotel.

  • DAY 06: Chandigarh – Anandpur Sahib – Chandigarh

    After breakfast, drive to Anandpur Sahib from Chandigarh. It is one of the most important sacred places of the Sikhs and is closely linked with their religious tradition and history. It was founded in the year 1664 by ninth guru, Sri Guru TegBahadurji. The Guru purchased this site from the ruler of Bilaspur. After that visit Sri Kesgarh Sahib, it is located in the centre of Anandpur Sahib. It is also known as Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib. It was the place where Khalsa was born. Than proceeding to BhakraNangal Dam. It is the world’s second highest straight gravity dam built across the River Satluj. Dam derives its name from a village called Bhakra, now it is submerged in Gobindsagar reservoir. Overnight Stay at Chandigarh.

  • DAY 07: Chandigarh

    After breakfast, drive back to Amritsar or transfer to Chandigarh Railway station/Airport for your onward/Return Journey.


Rajasthan is beautiful and largest state of India. Rajasthan is bordered by Pakistan to the west, Gujarat to the southwest, Madhya Pradesh to the southeast, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana to the northeast and Punjab to the north. Jaipur (Pink City) is capital of Rajasthan. People speak here Rajasthani Language. The main geographic features of Rajasthan are the Thar Desert and the Aravalli Range, Mount Abu, Raisina Hill, Thar, Luni River and may more.

Rajasthan’s economy is primarily agricultural and pastoral. Wheat and barley are cultivated over large areas, as are pulses, sugarcane, and oilseeds. Cotton and tobacco are the state’s cash crops.

Rajasthan positioned fourth place also in Domestic tourist visitors. The palaces of Jaipur, lakes of Udaipur, and desert forts of Jodhpur, Bikaner & Jaisalmer rank among the most preferred destinations in India for many tourists both Indian and foreign. Rajasthan is culturally rich and has artistic and cultural traditions which reflect the ancient Indian way of life. Rajasthan is divided into 33 districts


    In the morning, you drive from Jaipur to Mandawa (188 kms/5 hours). Upon arrival, check in at your hotel. Afternoon visit Mandawa, an 18th century town that houses some of the finest painted havelis in the region and a fort that dates back to 1760. The Gulab Rai Ladia Haveli, built in 1870, is one of the finest in the region and has some of superb murals. Overnight in Mandawa.


    This morning, you drive from Mandawa to Bikaner (190 kms/5 hours). The genesis of the desert town of Bikaner dates back to Rao Bikas conquest in 1486 AD. Once a major center of trade in the 16th century situated on the ancient silk route, today Bikaner has retained much of its medieval aura. Upon arrival, check in at your hotel. Set off on an afternoon tour visiting the 16th century magnificent Junagarh Fort. Other places of interest include the famous camel breeding farm just outside the town (closed on Sunday). Overnight in Bikaner.


    This morning you drive from Bikaner to Jaisalmer (330 kms/7 hours). Centuries ago, Jaisalmer was on the camel trade route between India and Central Asia. The city rises from the desert like a golden mirage. Dominating the view is the awesome fort on the hill, built with the golden yellow stone of the area. Wander through its lanes and discover “havelis” with delicately carved stone facades. Overnight in Jaisalmer.


    The day is earmarked for a sightseeing tour of Jaisalmer. Begin at the Jaisalmer Fort, built in 1156 by Rawal Jaisal, atop the Trikuta hill. Still inhabited, there are palaces and bazaars within the fort walls. Also visit the havelis which are palatial homes with carved stone facades and owned by wealthy merchants. Other attractions include Ganga Sagar Tank and Museum, housing many small temples and shrines. In the afternoon, visit the Sam Sand Dunes. Take a camel ride on the sand dunes to view the sunset. The Rajasthani backdrop, the sunset and the camel ride make the entire outing an unforgettable experience. Overnight in Jaisalmer.


    Post breakfast drive from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur (308 kms/6 hours). Jodhpur, founded in 1459 by Rao Jodha, was the capital of the state of Marwar during the rule of the Rathor clan. Set right at the edge of Thar Desert, it is strewn with 15th century forts and palaces that stand testimony to the history of this princely state. Upon arrival, check in at your hotel. Overnight in Jodhpur.


    Proceed on a sightseeing tour of Jodhpur beginning with the formidable hilltop Mehrangarh Fort. A series of gates named Jayapol, Fatepol, Lahapol etc. lead into the Fort. Visit the palaces located inside the fort – Moti Mahal or Pearl Palace, Sukh Mahal or Pleasure Palace and the Phool Mahal or Flower Palace. Continue the tour to visit the Jaswant Thada, a marble cenotaph built in 1899 as a memorial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh II. The afternoon is at leisure. Overnight in Jodhpur.


    Morning drive from Jodhpur to Udaipur (259 kms/6 hours). En route visit the intricately sculptured Jain Temples in Ranakpur that date back to the 15th century. Its 29 halls are supported by 1444 pillars, none of which are alike. Continue your drive to Udaipur and upon arrival check in to your hotel. Overnight in Udaipur.


    Set off on a sightseeing tour of Udaipur. Founded in 1568 by Maharana Udai Singh, the elegant city of Udaipur is called the Venice of the East. Begin your tour with a visit to the City Palace with its mirrored walls, ivory doors, colored glass windows, inlaid marble balconies and peacock courtyard. Also visit the lovely Sahelion-ki-bari gardens, the Jagdish temple and the local Museum. In the evening, enjoy a motor launch cruise on the placid waters of Lake Pichola. Also visit the Jag Mandir Palace, a lovely island palace in the middle of the lake. Overnight in Udaipur.


    Drive from Udaipur to Pushkar (280 kms/6 hours) en route visiting the fort of Chittorgarh. Upon arrival in Udaipur, check in to your hotel. Visit the Brahma Temple, Pushkar Lake and the local bazaars in the afternoon. Overnight in Pushkar.


    This morning you drive from Pushkar to Jaipur (150 kms/4 hours). Built by Raja Jai Singh in the 18th century, Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan is a picturesque city in a symphony of pink. The rest of the day at leisure. Overnight in Jaipur.

  • DAY 11: JAIPUR

    Proceed for an excursion to Amer Fort which is located 12 kms outside Jaipur. One of the finest example of Rajput architecture, it was the ancient capital of Kaisshawah rulers. Enjoy the ascent to the Palace on the back of a brightly caparisoned elephant. Visit the multiple chambers and hallways of the palace which are famous for their design and decorations. In the afternoon, proceed for a city tour visiting the unique stone observatory Jantar Mantar, the opulent City Palace with its musuems, and driving past the Hawa Mahal. Overnight in Jaipur.


    Today after Breakfast check out from the Hotel and proceed for onward destination.


Unplug from everyday routine and head to the beaches and backwaters of southern India. Explore the lush landscapes, intriguing religions, exotic bazaars and incredible contrasts of this region. Jump on and off local transport, go rural through backwater coconut groves and fishing villages, and discover the heart of the subcontinent

Green hills, deep valleys and wild jungles; South India Tour offers you an enchanting and enthralling holidays. Bangalore, the IT hub of India dazzles with swanky malls, modern structures and beautiful gardens. Bangalore Tours which includes tour to one of the most modern cities of India enthralls the tourist. Ooty Tours offer a visit to Botanical gardens and boating in lovely lakes making it a perfect place to relax with loved ones. Tour to the city of Mysore which boasts the luminous palaces and the beautiful gardens is included in Mysore Packages. Famously known as the gift of the forests in Tamil Language, Kodaikanal which is located in the hills of Dindigul district which offers a resplendent view of the stunning falls and the Pillar Rocks are also included in the Kodaikanal Packages.


    Arrive at Bangalore (also called ‘Garden City’) airport or railway station you are received and transferred to your hotel. Bangalore is a delightful mix of the traditional and modern. It is home to many fascinating legacies of richly carved temples, imposing mosques and trappings of a royal past. Bangalore, today, is a major industrial and commercial centre and is also well known for being the ‘Silicon Valley’ of India because of the concentration of major IT companies here. Overnight in Bangalore.


    After breakfast, drive from Bangalore to Hassan (185 kms / 5 hours) en route visiting Sravanabelagola, one of the oldest and most important Jain pilgrimage centres in India. See the 17 mt high statue of Lord Bahubali (Gomateshvara) which is carved out of a single piece rock and is said to be the world’s tallest monolithic statue. On arrival at Hassan, check-in at your hotel. In the afternoon proceed for a sightseeing tour of Belur and Halebid, fine examples of Hoysala Art. The soft stone used by the builders was chiselled with extreme fineness for the smallest of detail. The temple at Belur is famed for its profusely ornamented exterior and the one at Halebid for its sculptured figures and an open air museum. Overnight in Hassan.


    Drive from Hassan to Coorg (135 kms/4 hours). On arrival, check-in at your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight in Coorg.

  • DAY 04: COORG

    Tour Coorg, also known as Mercaram is the epitome of nature as it haunts with its pleasant temperature climate, abundance of lush green expanses, coffee plantations, gentle aroma of spices and echoing vestiges of the past. Madikeri is the district head quarters of Coorg and is situated at an altitude of 1145 mts. Later, visit the Omkareshwara Hindu temple with Muslim architecture. Overnight in Coorg.


    After breakfast, drive from Coorg to Mysore (115 kms / 3 hours). Mysore, is home to 17 palaces. Although no longer a princely state, it retains its old charm and many buildings are adorned with domes, turrets and impressive archways. Also know as Sandalwood City, it is a major centre for the manufacture of sandalwood incense. The city is a legacy of the famous warrior king Tipu Sultan, known for his victories over the British Army. The city is also known for its silk processing and nurturing of silk worms which is a major industry here.On arrival, check-in at your hotel. In the afternoon, proceed for a sightseeing tour of Mysore. On a hill overlooking the city is the temple to Chamundeswari, its patron goddess. The major tourist attraction is the Mysore Palace, built in Indo-Saracenic style and the seat of the Maharajas of Mysore. The Mysore Arts and Crafts Centre is famous for its fine craftsmanship in wood, ivory, sandalwood and silk. The tour also includes a visit to the Zoological Gardens and the St. Philomena’s church, one of the largest churches in the country, built in the Victorian Gothic style. Overnight in Mysore.


    Drive from Mysore to Ooty (158 kms/5 hours). On arrival check-in at your hotel. The afternoon is earmarked for a tour of Ooty, also known as Ootacamund. This beautiful hill station, established by the British in 1819, located in the Nilgiris or the Blue Mountains – so called because of the blue haze the envelops them. Today, an unmistakable touch of the British Raj still lingers in its little cottages, colourful gardens, winding lanes, old churches, its Botanical Garden and the lake surrounded by groves of eucalyptus. A fine retreat from the heat of plains, Ooty offers scenic beauty and a relaxed ambience, at an altitude of 2286 meters, and is known as the Queen of Hill Station. Overnight in Ooty.


    Drive from Ooty to Munnar (240 kms / 7 hours). On arrival, check-in at the hotel. Overnight in Munnar.

  • DAY 08: MUNNAR

    The morning is set aside for a visit Munnar. Drive past rubber and spice plantations and into southern India’s tea growing district headquarters at the charmingly old-world Munnar. Snuggled in the green and serene Kanan Devan Hills, at an altitude of 1524 m, Munnar offers panoramic views of low flying clouds and mist filled valleys which make it a pretty little haven with a cool bracing climate. The important places of interest include the Kundale Tea Plantation, Rajamalai Park, The High Range Club and Eranakulam National Park which is a wildlife sanctuary and home of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr, macaque, sambar , elephants, tigers, gaur and many more. A little beyond lies Anaimudi, South India’s highest peak, which towers over 2695 m. Overnight in Munnar.


    Drive from Munnar to Cochin (135 kms / 3.5 hours). Cochin, now known as Kochi, is one of India’s largest ports where the misty silhouettes of huge merchant ships can be seen anchored off the point of Fort Cochin waiting for a berth in the docks of Ernakulam or Willingdon Island. With its wealth of historical associations – since the times it was visited by the Portuguese, the Dutch and British, this city is a magical blend. Here you can see the oldest church in India, a 500 years old Portuguese house, the cantilevered Chinese fishing nets, a Jewish synagogue and the palace built by the Portuguese. On arrival, check-in at your hotel. In the afternoon, proceed for the sightseeing tour of Cochin. The tour begins from the Dutch Palace (closed on Fridays), also known as Mattancherry Palace, built by Portugues in 1555 and is famous for its murals depicting scenes from the Ramayana and the puranic legends. Adjacent to the palace is the Jewish Synagogue (closed on Fridays & Saturdays) built in 1568. Also visit the St. Francis Church (closed on Sundays), established by the Portuguese Franciscan friars in 1503. Vasco da Gama was buried in the courtyard of this European church built in India. Other attractions include the traditional fishing hamlets and the fisher folk in their colorful costumes. The tour also includes a visit to the seaside where one can still see the, nearly a century old Chinese fishing nets, which, are still in use.In the evening, witness a Kathakali dance performance at a local theatre, performed by various artists. Kathakali is a traditional dance form, depicting Indian epics (Ramayana and Mahabharata). The dancers are dressed in very colorful and elaborate costumes. Their faces are painted to depict various characters of these epics. This dance has a lot of facial expressions and brisk, yet articulate body movements. Overnight in Cochin.


    Post breakfast at the hotel you are transferred to the airport for your flight home.


Tamil Nadu is a southeast Indian state and is famous for its Dravidian-style Hindu temples. In Madurai, Meenakshi Amman Temple has high tower gateways ornamented with colorful figures. Kanyakumari, at India’s southernmost tip, is the site of ritual sunrises. Chennai, the capital, is known for its beaches and landmarks including circa-1640 colonial Fort St. George.

With a host of UNESCO World Heritage listed monuments, Tamil Nadu is the cradle of Dravidian culture the Tamil people are proud of this legacy and in many places you can witness worship in places where traditions have remained largely unchanged for centuries.

  • DAY 01:

    On arrival in Chennai you’ll be met and introduced to your driver. Depart immediately and drive 90 minutes south to the quiet seaside town of Mahabalipuram. Overnight in Mahabalipuram.

  • DAY 02:

    Relax and acclimatize in the morning, before meeting a local guide in the afternoon and taking a sightseeing tour of the ancient temples and rock carvings of Mahabalipuram. Although many of these temples are no longer used for regular worship or pilgrimage, all sacred sites in India retain their importance to local people and you will often see small offerings at even the oldest and most obscure temples. Overnight in Mahabalipuram.

  • DAY 03:

    A day excursion to the sacred temple city of Kanchipuram, home to several important places of pilgrimage including the intricate and beautiful Kailasanatha Temple, dedicated to Shiva and dating back to the 7th century CE and the massive Sri Ekambaranathar which boasts a 59-metre high gopuram (temple gateway) Tour the main temples with a local guide. Overnight in Mahabalipuram.

  • DAY 04:

    Depart Mahabalipuram and drive 3 hours to Tiruvannamalai, a major pilgrimage centre and home to the ashram of Sri Ramana Maharshi. At most of the major Temples in Tamilnadu, it is not possible for non-Hindus to enter the innermost sanctum- this is not the case at Arunachaleswar Temple, allowing you a chance to see the entirety of a major temple (this is also possible at Tanjore’s Brihadishwara temple). Spend time at the temple and in Ramana’s ashram. Overnight in Tiruvannamalai.

  • DAY 05:

    While the Arunachaleswar Temple is an important place of pilgrimage, so too is the sacred mountain of Arunachala itself- many hundreds of thousands of people come to Tiruvannamalai every month to complete the 14km circuit of the mountain. You may wish to rise early and complete your own Pradakshina (the term for a circuit of the mountain- traditionally undertaken barefoot, but this is far from compulsory) before departing for Pondicherry later in the morning. At Pondicherry you can visit Aurobindo Ashram and explore the heritage quarter with its French Colonial buildings, on foot. Overnight in Pondicherry.

  • DAY 06:

    An early start to drive to Chidambaram and witness the special puja at the Nataraja Temple here. Continue on via the UNESCO World Heritage listed temples at Gangaikondacholapuram, and Darasuram, and reach Tanjore in time to visit the epic Brihadishwara Temple at sunset. Viewed by many as the crowning achievement of Dravidian temple building, the Tanjore ‘Big Temple’ as it is commonly known, is both a place of intense spiritual devotion, and a jaw-dropping accomplishment of engineering. Overnight in Tanjore.

  • DAY 07:

    In the morning revisit the Big Temple and tour this extensive complex with a local guide. Later, drive up the Cauvery River to Trichy and in the evening explore the bazaars around the Rock Fort Temple. The climb up the 400 plus steps to the top of Rock Fort affords fabulous views across the city of Trichy and towards Srirangam temple on an island between two branches of the river. Overnight in Trichy.

  • DAY 08:

    Explore Trichy and visit Srirangam Vishnu Temple- one of the largest temple complexes in Asia, covering over 60 hectares and encompassing a sizeable permanent population as well as being an important place of pilgrimage and devotion. After lunch, depart Trichy and drive to Madurai. Each evening the deities which are housed within Meenakshi temple are processed through the complex and the temple closed for the night- this is a spectacular event, complete with drumming, chanting and lots of colour and well worth seeing on one of your evenings in the city. Overnight in Madurai.

  • DAY 09:

    Meenakshi temple is worth spending half a day at- there is so much to see and for your guide here to explain, while later in the day you may choose to visit some of the interesting markets in the city or the Nayak Palace- the last surviving remnant of the 17th century Nayak dynasty which held sway in central Tamil Nadu. Overnight in Madurai.

  • DAY 10:

    Morning at leisure before you are transferred to the airport for your flight to Chennai and onward connection. Tour ends.


Uttarakhand is a state in North Indian region of Himalayas. The state is popularly known as Devbhumi (land of Gods) due to the presence of numerous Hindu pilgrimage sites. As a result, religious tourism forms a major portion of the tourism in the state. The tourism business in Uttarakhand generated ₹23,000 crores during 2013-14.

Syalsaur, this small hamlet situated in the state of Uttarakhand, doesn’t feature on many travel blogs, but lies in a beautiful silence on the banks of the Mandakini River.

Syalsaur is for the traveler who like to stop and ponder. Who wants to slowly soak in the beauty of the place he/she is in. Syalsaur’s adventure lies in its flowing river, its chirping birds, its majestic snow-capped peaks. The adrenaline is replaced by the tranquility of the place. The sunrise at Chaukhamba peak is one of the highlights of this place. It is also a home to many migratory birds, so if you are an avid bird watcher, this could be perfect. People usually halt at Syalsaur on their way to some Pilgrimage spot like Haridwar or Badrinath etc.


    Arrive at Delhi Airport/Railway Station proceeds for Nainital, check in at hotel. overnight stay at hotel.


    After breakfast visit on local tour of Nainital visiting the Naina Devi Temple and Hanuman Garhi. Spend the rest of the day at leisure or enjoy a boat ride in the Naini lake (boats can be hired directly) or take the ropeway to see accumulated snow (on direct payment basis). We recommend a visit to snow view by means of a Gondola (ropeway) from where you will get the most spectacular view of the snow-capped peaks (ticket for Gondolo ride on direct payment).Overnight stay at hotel.


    Enjoy the breakfast at hotel & proceed for Kasauni Start your day with the view of sun rising from behind the Himalayan range. Breakfast followed by visit to Baijnath Temple. Dedicated to lord Shiva, the ancient temple gives the hint of the early medieval North Indian style of architecture. It was built in 1204 A.D. by two local merchants named Ahuka and Manyuka. The temple is a beautiful example of the early medieval north Indian temple architecture, which was popularly known as Nagara style of temples. Return back to the hotel for overnight stay.


    After breakfast to the popular hill station of Ranikhet and explore the temples and the wonderful sights in Ranikhet and evening return to Nainital. Overnight stay at hotel.


    Morning after breakfast, proceed to the wild tropical jungles of Corbett. On arrival, check into your hotel. Later, enjoy a jeep safari to spot a variety of wildlife. (The Park is open from 15th November to 15th June). Overnight at Jim Corbett Hotel


    Go for an early morning jungle safari, following which, enjoy breakfast at the hotel. Spend the rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay at hotel.


    After breakfast proceed for Delhi drop at Railway Station/Airport.


p>Visakhapatnam, which is popularly referred to as Vizag, is named after God Vaishaka. The city is a port city, located along the shores of Bay of Bengal and is headquarters to the Eastern Naval Command of the Indian Navy. Although considered to be an industrial city, Vizag has a rich and vibrant culture and heritage. The city was part of the ancient Kalinga Empire and was ruled by renowned kings, such as Ashoka and Krishnadeva Raya. During the 18th century, the city was a Dutch colony. Today, Vizag embraces it’s past and present seamlessly, making it an interesting and attractive city to spend holidays.

Vizag is blessed with natural beauty, with hill ranges, pristine beaches along its coastline and lush, natural valleys. The city is surrounded by three hills, Sri Venkateswara Konda, Ross Hill and Dargah Konda. Each hill is home to a shrine, dedicated to three different religions. The Venkateswara Konda is home to the Vekateswara Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva; Ross Hill houses the Church of Virgin Mary; and the Dargah Konda is home to the tomb of a Muslim saint called Baba Ishaq Madina Dargah.

  • DAY 01: Arrive Vizag-Short city tour

    Upon arrival at vizag in the morning you will be received and transferred to Hotel. After fresh up proceed for a half day city tour of vizag covering the following places of interest: Bheemli, Thotlakonda, Rushikonda beach, Kailashgiri. Drop back at the resort. Overnight stay at the resort.

  • DAY 02: Vizag – city local sightseeing

    Morning after breakfast visit R.K beach, submarine museum, Visakha Museum and Fishing Harbor. After Lunch visit Dolphin hill and Yarada beach (an unexplored beach). Evening you may go shopping and return back to the hotel. Overnight stay at the resort.

  • DAY 03: (Vizag-Araku)

    After early morning checkout proceed to railway station for your onward journey to Borra caves: Enjoy the train journey passing through 40 tunnels, bridges and wonderful landscapes. Upon arrival at borracaves you would be received by our driver and proceed further by Car. Visit Borracaves, Galikonda viewpoint, Ananthagiri, Araku tribal museum and padmapuram gardens. Overnight stay at the hotel in Araku valley. Note: There train tickets are subject to availability at the time of package confirmation. In case of non availability of Train tickets from vizag to Araku we shall arrange for surface transport from vizag to Araku by road. or we can also coordinate for your Travel to Araku in general class.

  • DAY 04: ( Araku- Vizag)

    After breakfast checkout of the hotel and proceed to vizag by road. Enroute visit Tyda and Simhachalam. Return back to vizag. If time permits visit kambalakonda. Drop back at railway station/bus stand for your return journey.

West Bengal

West Bengal is a state in eastern India, between the Himalayas and the Bay of Bengal. Its capital, Kolkata (formerly Calcutta), retains architectural and cultural remains of its past as an East India Company trading post and the capital of the British Raj. The city’s colonial landmarks include the government buildings around B.B.D. Bagh square, and the iconic Victoria Memorial, dedicated to Britain’s Queen Victoria.


Tour Kolkata’s most famous landmarks on this private sightseeing tour of the city. Check out Mother Teresa’s Mission and Mother House and admire the impressive architecture of iconic structures like the Howrah Bridge and Victoria Memorial. Experience local religion with stops at the Jain Temple and Magen David Synagogue, then tour the University of Calcutta for a bit of academic flavor. The largest cricket stadium in India, allows travelers to experience the beauty of this city from air-conditioned comfort. Highlights Full-day private tour of Kolkata with an expert guide Discover the city’s religious diversity with visits to various places of worship like the Jain Temple and the Magen David Synagogue Walk the grounds of one of the top-ranking universities in India, the University of Calcutta Visit two of Kolkata’s impressive architectural works: the Victoria Memorial and the Howrah Bridge See Eden Gardens, the largest cricket stadium in India Enjoy a multi-cuisine fare at a popular restaurant Transport by private air-conditioned vehicle

Enjoy a bit of time at Eden Gardens, where you’ll learn about the nation’s favorite pastime at the largest cricket stadium in India. After checking out what is arguably the most iconic stadium in the country, make a stop at the Victoria Memorial, a museum that’s home to a vast collection of sculptures, manuscripts, paintings and other items from the time of British rule. Finally, make a stop for photos on the Howrah Bridge—the sixth largest cantilever bridge on earth—as you make your way back to your Kolkata hotel after a day of taking in the city sights.


Doars is located in the district of Jalpaiguri, Bihar. It is a gateway to the hill stations of North Bengal. There are lot of dense forest, lust green tea gardens, criss-crossed by Teesta, Raidak, Torsha, Jaldhaka, Kaljani and other rivers. There are some attractions in Doars like Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary, Gorumara National Park, Buxa Tiger Reserve and Raas Mela.


Shantiniketan is a small town near Bolpur in the Birbhum District of West Bengal and about 212 kms north of Kolkata. It is famous due to Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore, whose vision became what is now a University town – Visva-Bharati University. The place now attracts thousands of visitors each year.

Ganges Cruise

No river on earth plays a more important cultural, economic or social role in the lives of more people than the Ganges River in India. The spiritual heart of the Hindu religion, the banks of the Ganges are strewn with India’s fascinating cities, culturally-important pilgrimage sites, charming villages, mountains and magical forests. Infused with influences of past rulers and European settlers during the British rule of India, a river cruise on the Ganges will introduce you to one of the most important and glorious rivers in the world. We are treated to a tapestry of Muslim and colonial architecture, Hindu culture, Buddhist temples, the daily rituals of Indian village life, and unspoiled countryside all along our river cruise route. We sail through Nalanda, a sanctuary for the Gangetic river dolphin, and marvel at the “Bodhi Tree,” where Gautama first attained enlightenment to become Buddha.


Spend the first day exploring central and south Kolkata, and the second visiting sites in the north, for which you should hire a car and driver.

1 Night 2 Days- SUNDARBAN

  • DAY 01: (Central & South Kolkata)

    Start by catching a taxi south to the city’s most famous temple, Kalighat. After this, visit Mother Teresa’s Nirmal Hriday home, right next door. Or, if you’re a bookworm, check out the National Library in the 300-year-old former summer residence of the grandson of Emperor Aurangzeb. The library has over 2 million books. Our recommendation is to enjoy the relaxing, tranquil atmosphere of South Park Street Cemetery before you head into the chaos of central Kolkata. If you’re hungry, nearby Suruchi (89 Elliot Rd., near Mallik Bazaar); is an authentic Bengali restaurant, with a no-frills, homely atmosphere. You can save time by using a vehicle to move on to central Kolkata, or enjoy the walk along Park Street to Chowringhee Road, taking in the upmarket shops and boutiques and perhaps stopping. Now officially known as “Jawaharlal Nehru Road,” Chowringhee is Kolkata’s main drag, with less human excrement along its sidewalks than almost anywhere else in the city. It is lined with colonial Victoriana — including the monumental Indian Museum and that pinnacle of Calcutta’s society life, When you’ve had your fill of life on the sidewalks, make your way south again, along Government Place East. You’ll soon find yourself in the green expanse that is the Maidan — one of the largest city-center parks in the world — Shahid Minar (Martyr’s Tower), is worth noting. Eden Gardens, India’s most famous cricket stadium, while much farther south is the imperious Victoria Memorial. Buy a ticket and venture in if you are keen to broaden your knowledge of the city’s history. But don’t feel guilty if you just want to lie on the lawn and watch Bengalis socializing. Otherwise, brave the traffic and catch a cab to Howrah to explore the 18th-century Indian Botanical Gardens.

  • DAY 02: (North Kolkata)

    Early in the morning, head towards Howrah Bridge, where you can witness people bathing at the ghats (steps leading down to the Hooghly River) or the pandemonium at the colorful flower market (you need to arrive before 7am). Crossing over Howrah Bridge, head toward the Belur Math Shrine. From here you can either incorporate a short stop at popular Dakshineshwar Temple (across Vivekananda Bridge) or take a look at the potters’ village at Kumartuli (N. Chitpur Rd.), a warren of alleys where clay deities and images of Mother Teresa are produced by the thousands. If you prefer to slow the pace, however, skip these and head south to beautiful Pareshnath Temple — not as famous as the Kali temple, but certainly Kolkata’s prettiest, and north Kolkata’s star attraction. From here, you can head east to shop and eat at Swabhumi Heritage Plaza, a mall with 2.4 hectares (6 acres) of shopping, dining, and entertainment diversions; or head south to Rabindra Bharati University Museum to visit the Rabindranath Tagore House Museum. Born to a wealthy entrepreneurial family in 1861, Tagore remains Bengal’s best-loved artist and intellectual, and his home is filled with artworks and collectibles. Browse through the thousands of bookstalls along College Street, and finish with coffee at the Indian Coffee House.

  • 1st Day:

    8AM: Meet at our office and leave Calcutta by car/van. Clients can also have a pick up point from Science city at 9am.

    9AM: Breakfast will be served. Three and half hours of journey to Godkhali, the last road point

    11AM: Cross over to the island of Gosaba, by local ferry which is the biggest market for hundreds of villages around.

    1.30PM: Reach the eco village abode on the island of Satjelia, followed by lunch.

    3.00PM: A walk through the beautiful paddy fields and the village of honey collectors and fishermen, looking out for local rituals and beliefs.This village has no car or electricity hence it makes this walk surreal.

    3.30PM : Country boat ride for bird watching, during two to three hours, spotting seven types of kingfisher, egret, brahmani eagles, pond heron, black cormorants etc and above all getting introduced to the lovely mangroves, with surreal creatures like fiddler crabs, mud skipper fish etc.

    6.30PM: Return to the eco village, just after the sunset.

    7PM: An enchanting evening with the local musicians with their age old musical instruments, trying to understand the local music in their backyard. A session of refreshments.

    8.30-9PM: Dinner is served according to the leisure of every individual guest, getting prepared to spend the night in the mud cottages of our eco village or in the sleeping cabins of boats. Eco-village is powered by Solar energy so you can have the creature comfort of fan and light in your cottage with the silence of the jungle and be sure to sleep like a baby.

  • 2nd Day:

    6.30AM: We try to start as early as possible, board personalized engine boat, get the required permissions from the forest office, which is just opposite to the village, and head off into the jungle, for our rendezvous with one of the biggest mangroves of the world, rich in flora and fauna.

    This boat cruise will last till sunset and during this period we will visit 3 watch towers, namely Sajnekhali, Sudhanyakhali and Dobanki.

    Cruising the small channels and creeks we will try to spot different wildlife, spotted dear, wild boars, civet cat, monitor lizard, crocodiles, dolphins and yes the ROYAL BENGAL TIGER.

    Breakfast, lunch and other refreshments will be cooked and served on the boat.

    At sunset we start our journey back for Kolkata and reach by 9 to 10pm.

    We try not to have too many guests on any given day, so that we can give proper attention to each and every traveller in the group.



    In the Morning drive to Shimla (8 hrs), perched at 7000 feet above sea level, The heady combinations of Chill mountain air, orchards and colonial charms still make Shimla a dream get away. Arrive & transfer to hotel. Rest of the day is free to explore various scenic sights or visit mall road and shopping. Overnight stay in Shimla


    Enjoy your Sumptuous breakfast at Hotel. Morning proceed for the sightseeing of Kalbadevi Temple, Jakhu Temple, Hanuman Temple or stop for a while at the beautiful stained – glass – windows of Christ Church, which was built in the 1850 ‘s . Afternoon visit Kufri a 30 Minutes drive from Shimla, an exotica of nature as a place surrounded by dense forest and snow caped mountains amidst virgin peaks and natures flora and fauna where one can completely relax and tune oneself for natural beauty, .Evening free to enjoy the scenic beauty of Kufri. Fagu, Indira Gandhi Holiday Home ,horse riding (optional) in the apple orchids. Rest of the day is free to explore various scenic sights or visit mall road and shopping. Overnight stay in Shimla.