Satya Sai Baba Tour

Bhatkal Beach Tour

A luxuriant beach-line 16 km from the bustling Bhatkal town awaits to be explored and invigorated. The serene sea, the sprawling sands and the swaying palms - may not sound any different from any other beach. But what makes Bhatkal special is the ambience of sanctity in pleasure and the horde of temples can have all the credit besides the endowment of nature. Spend your holidays there anytime between August and March and the replenishment is going to last for a year - more so, because you won't be able to restrain the call of the
beaches for long. 
The Call Of The Beaches
Bhatkal, being less heard of in the tourist 'hot-hunts', can be a classic option for those who want to spend their vacation in perfect tranquility. Just like its share of the azure sea, its beaches emanate a sense of vastness shrouded in mystery. 

A Floating Mountain
A 30 km off the Bhatkal shore is a 30 acre forest area located above the island-hill called Netrani. Without the usual beaches, boats have to be balanced against the rocks and the dashing with a sea is 200 meters deep at those quarters. Besides, this place is a site of worship for fishermen belonging to Hinduism, Christianity and Islam, which lends the island a unique aura. It is also used by Indian Navy for testing their bombing skills. Adventurers or pilgrims, Netrani can be a welcoming abode and a memorable one at that.

Temple Town
Bhatkal was the main port of the Vijayanagar Empire during their glorious reign in the 16th century. The kings found it a perfect solitaire for constructing their temples. The ruins of those majestic temples still exist and are frequented by tourists and pilgrims from all over Karnataka and abroad. The Jain Chadranatha Basadi and a 17th century Vijayanagar Temple with intricate animal carvings so typical of the Vijayanagar artisans are the most visited ones.

Reaching Bhatkal Beach
Air - The nearest airport from Bhatkal is at Goa. From here take a bus or taxi to reach Bhatkal.

Rail - Hubli in Karnataka is the nearest railhead from Bhatkal.

Road - 16 km from Bhatkal town and 126 km from Karwar 

Stay Back At
Accommodation options abound. Hotel Seema and Vaibhav Lodge are popular. For those who are looking for a luxuriant, yet economic vacation, we can help you book the best accommodation option.

Calangute Beach

Famously known as the 'Queen of Beaches' and a popular hippy hangout, Calangute is Goa's most commercialised and also its busiest beach area. Calangute also owes its discovery to the flower children who settled here in the 1960s from all over the world. This picturesque paradise with its silvery beaches, salt pans, coconut groves and green hillocks now hosts busloads of tourists who come here to soak in the salubrious sea air, pulsating nightlife, inexpensive flea markets and generous helpings of history. 

Attractions
The Calangute Church with its massive white dome is a popular landmark in calangute and definitely worth a dekko. The Church of St. Alex was first erected by the villagers in 1595 and is one of the oldest surviving churches in Goa. 

Stalls and even upmarket stores line the road that connects Calangute with the town, Kashmiri-run handicraft boutiques and Tibetan stalls selling Himalayan curios and jewellery are unique fixtures here. Surprisingly enough the curious sold here are not specific to Goa but sourced from all parts of the country.

Calangute's restaurants are grouped around the entrance to the beach and along the Baga road. Seafood is definitely a specialty here and much in demand also though many places tack on a few token vegetarian dishes. Sumptuous western breakfasts also feature prominently.

Entertainment
The Kerkar Art Complex, located on the beach, is a popular center for exhibitions of arts and crafts of local artistes. This charming studio-gallery also organises cultural performances by the local artists and students. Tickets are very reasonable and easily available. At Calangute also the nightlife is as hip and happening as can be expected. Numerous bars cater to a variety of tourists and play a wide variety of music. A safe place to swim, this beach offers a wide variety of water sports; choose from parasailing, wind -skiing, and windsurfing. A large number of boat operators also offer dolphin and crocodile spotting trips. Island trips, fishing expeditions and river cruises are all hugely popular. 
Accommodation
Kerkar Retreat
This charming retreat is run by a contemporary artist and even includes an art gallery and a studio where if you so wish you could even paint your own masterpiece. The rooms are simple and filled with paintings, objects d'art, curios and hand painted ceramic tiles, making one feel as if they are in their own private museum. Guests are welcome to make their own meals in the small kitchen here, but for those who don't want to cook, the staff make an excellent Goan curry with freshly caught fish and there are plenty of restaurants and cafes nearby. Just a few minutes walk from Goa's Calangute beach, this retreat combines modest rates with sun, sand and a healthy dose of culture. The rooms are priced between Rs 1,200-3,800. 

Hotel Goan Heritage
Located on the Calangute beach itself, this hotel is at a distance of 2 kms from the the Calangute Village, 8 kms from the market town Mapusa

Camel Safari Tour

Camp on a solitary oasis, experience the dark starry nights and dance to musicians playing haunting music. Camel safaris are ideal ways to spend time exploring rustic Rajasthan. A camel safari move through the golden sands, of the savage Thar Desert passing through remote villages.

There can be no, better way of experiencing life in the desert than through a journey into its hinterland on camel back. The halts are arranged outside the villages enabling you to observe village life from closer quarters. Watch the orange sands being kicked up in little puffs as flocks of cattle and sheep come back from grazing, or watch children scramble to a school where a teacher may hold a collective class for children of different ages.

Day 01 : Delhi
Fly from your country to New Delhi, you will be greeted & assisted upon arrival. Transfer to Hotel for overnight stay.

Day 02 : New & Old Delhi
Breakfast at Hotel and then leave for full day sightseeing of Old and New Delhi visiting Jama Masjid, enjoy rickshaw ride in narrow alleys of old Delhi through, Kinari Bazaar and 400 years old Chandni Chowk, Red Fort, Crematory of Mahatma Gandhi, Birla Temple, Parliament House, Presidential House, India Gate, Government buildings & Qutab Minar. Return Hotel for overnight stay.

Day 03 : New Delhi - Mandawa (275 Km, 06 hours)
Morning leave for Mandawa through the villages of Rajasthan. Arrive & check in at Hotel Castle Mandawa, afternoon visit the 150 to 200 years old painted havelies (big houses) by the natural colors in the streets of the village. You can also watch the daily village life while watching the (havelies). Overnight at Hotel.

Chennai Travel

Location of Chennai : Along The Coast Of Bay Of Bengal, Tamil Nadu
Chennai is Regarded As : The Gateway To The South
Chennai is Hub Of : South India's Film Industry
Formerly Called : Madras
Popularly regarded as "The Gateway to the South", Chennai is the fourth largest city in India and the capital of Tamil Nadu state. With a vast population of about six million people, Chennai is a city that is growing, expanding and changing vigorously. 

Location of Chennai :
Chennai has the Bay of Bengal bordering its east, while the state of Andhra Pradesh is on its northwest. It has the Kanchipuram on its south and the states of Kerala and Karnataka on its western side. 

Chennai, previously called Madras, is comparatively a new city, about 350 years old. The erstwhile villages of Mylapore, Triplicane, Ezhambur (Egmore), etc., all now a part of Chennai, have a recorded historical past centuries older than Chennai. Chennai is a gracious city that has a clear skyline, long sandy beaches, parks, historic landmarks and tourist infrastructural facilities which make it a convenient travel point or base to start a tour of Tamil Nadu and South India. 

Chennai Travel Attractions/Places to see :
 Marina Beach - Golden sand, good surf and a shimmering clean blue sea; this in a nutshell is Marina beach. This beach is counted among one of the longest beaches in Asia. 

» Theosophical Society - On a vast expanse of over 250 acres on the banks of the Adyar estuary lies the more-than-a-century-old Theosophical Society, amidst the woods, marshes, gardens and waters. 

» Kapaleeswara Temple - The Kapaleeswara Temple situated in Mylapore is very famous and attracts thousands of devotees, especially during festival days. 

Excursions from Chennai City :
» MGR Film City - Known to the world over for its film industry, MGR Film City is a special delight, which houses various locations and settings for film shootings besides dubbing and re-recording theatres. 

 Covelong Beach- Located 40 km from Chennai, Covelong is a beautiful beach with a number of historical monuments around it. The Dutch Fort and the Catholic church are amongst them.

» Mahabalipuram - Located at a distance of 58 km from Chennai, Mahabalipuram has everything that makes a site memorable; tradition, history, piety, western annals, and current importance as a centre of tourism. 

» Crocodile Bank - Located 42-m from Chennai is a farm where several species of Indian and African crocodiles and alligators are bred in captivity. This crocodile bank is on the way to Mahabalipuram and is run by Romulve Whittaker.

» Tirupati - 84-km from Chennai at the extreme south of Andhra Pradesh is Tirupati, one of the most important pilgrimage centres of India.
How to reach Chennai :
Chennai, is an international arrivel point and is well connected by Air from all the major national and international cities around the world. Regular train services also connect Chennai (Madras) directly with all the major cities and National Highway connect the city with excelllant road network from other capitals and major tourist places in India. 

Nearby Cities :
» Kancheepuram - 75-km 
» Mahabalipuram - 58-km 
» Pondicherry - 162-km 
» Tirupati - 154-km. 
» Bangalore - 334-km 

Climate In India

India is characterised by a hot tropical climate which varies from region to region. The winters fall between November to mid-March and summers from April to June. Northern India remains dry, dusty, and unpleasant during the summer months. The nature of monsoon, which lies between mid-July and September is erratic where some areas experience heavy rains the others experience drought and still others get flooded. Tourists can explore the country in all the seasons but by being selective for certain places during certain part of the year. 

Weather and Climatic Conditions in various parts of India

Northern Plains of India which lie to the north of River Ganges have extreme climate. The area is characterised by hot, humid, and very harsh summers. Light cottons are recommended for this season. The rainy season lies between the month of July and the month of September where monsoon brings with it most of the rain received in this region. Winters present the most desirable season to tour the North India. Nights can be freezing cold so heavy woolens should be brought here.

Western Himalayas
The best time to explore the Western Himalayas (which covers the extreme northern part of India stretching form Jammu Kashmir to Himachal Pradesh) are the summers, as the climate remains desirable with slightly cold evenings and plenty of sunny days. The Western Himalayas offer great opportunities for adventure sports like trekking, hiking, white water rafting, and mountaineering during the summers. During winters, there is heavy snowfall, due to which the area becomes inaccessible but, places like Auli, Manali, and Kufri are famous for skiing. 

Central India
The two Central Indian states, namely, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, experience summer with moderate temperatures where the winters are moderate as well. The monsoons fall between July and September which brings heavy downpour which is essential. 

Western India
The region is characterised by summers that are extremely hot accompanied with very high humidity. Monsoon falls between mid-June and mid-September and the winters during the months of November and February where the evenings can be slightly cold. For most of the year one requires lightweight cottons and linen, warmer clothes are required for the winters and waterproof material for the soon monsoon. 

Southwest India
The months of summer are characterised by high temperature and extremely high humidity. Monsoon brings rains between late April and July and the most pleasant weather is from November to March. The coastal areas have more or less same temperatures and are characterised by heavy rainfall.

Glorious Rajasthan

Day 04 : Jaipur
After breakfast visit to Amber Fort - Amber Fort was the ancient capital of the State. Elephant ride / Jeep Safari is provided to ascend hill on top of which the fort is situated. Afternoon city tour of Jaipur visiting the Hawa Mahal - the palace of winds, the Observatory or the Jantar Mantar. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 05 : Jaipur - Mandawa
After breakfast drive to Mandawa i.e. 167 kms or 04 hrs drive. Upon arrival transfer to hotel. Afternoon enjoy the picturesque view of the desert stare. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 06 : Mandawa - Bikaner
After breakfast drive to Bikaner i.e. 164 kms or 03 hrs drive. Upon arrival transfer to hotel. Afternoon sightseeing tour includes visit to the historic Junagarh Fort, Bikaner Palace and the Golden Jubilee Museum, Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 07 : Bikaner- Jaisalmer
After breakfast drive to Jaisalmer i.e. 333 kms or 07 hrs drive. Drive through the Thar Desert to arrive at Jaisalmer late in the evening. Upon arrival transfer to hotel. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 08 : Jaisalmer
Full day sightseeing tour of Jaisalmer, which includes visit to the 12-15th century Jain temples, Folk Museum, Gadi -sar Tank & the colorfully painted homes known as Havelies. Evening drive to Khuri Village & Sand Dunes. Khuri is a village 45 km South west of Jaisalmer. It is a delight fully peaceful place with mud and straw decorated houses. Further proceed for 1Km away from village, you can magnificent patches of sand dunes. You can have camel ride here. People & village life can be seen on the way to khuri in various villages. Overnight in Jaisalmer.

Day 09 : Jaisalmer – Jodhpur
Drive Jaisalmer to Jodhpur, 326 kms and 07 hrs, Enroute visit the Osian Temples. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 10 : Jodhpur
Full day sightseeing tour of Jodhpur which includes visit to the Mehrangarh Fort, Mahamandir Temple, Jaswant Tada, Clock Tower and Mandore Garden. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 11 : Jodhpur – Ranakpur – Udaipur
Drive Jodhpur to Udaipur which is 259 kms. & approx. 06 hrs, Enroute visit to the Ranakpur temples. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 12 : Udaipur
Full day sightseeing tour of Udaipur city with visit to the Moti Mahal, Bandal Mahal, Manak Mahal, Dilkush temple, Fateh Sagar, Udai Sagar and the Lake Pichola- the Three Fairy Tale lakes of Udaipur also visit Island palace of Jag Mandir. Overnight in Udaipur.

Day 13 : Udaipur - Mumbai / Delhi
From Udaipur connect flight for Mumbai / Delhi. to catch the flight for onward destination.

Malpe Beach India

The Karnataka beaches are all bathed in a celestial cascade of beauty, not known to many other beach destinations. One of the firsts that spring to the memory at the very mention of these beaches is Malpe. A sheer 6 km from the pilgrim jaunt Udupi, Malpe reminds one of the 'Blue Lagoon' love-lore. The endless stretch of gilded sand, swaying palm trees, sapphire sky and the gentle murmur of the sea set the perfect mood for an idyllic holiday. Between October and January, it is what can only be called - heaven. Besides, Malpe's topography, that positions itself as a beach town where the river Udyavar meets the Arabian Sea, makes it a viable fishing port. Infact, Malpe is one of Karnataka Fisheries major joints.

A Treasure Trove At Malpe
The Islands- Just a boat ride away from Malpe are three rocky islands - Daria-Bahadurgad, Kari-Illada-Kallu and Daria-Gadara-Kalluthe. The Daria-Bahadurgad port is famous for its export of processed fish to foreign countries. Don't forget to check out the oldest tile factory set up by the Basel Mission exists here. The ports form idyllic spots for boating and fishing activities. St Mary's Island is specially famed for being one of the most popular picnicking paradise. Here is a cluster of volcanic rocks waiting to be explored.

For The Religious- The temples of Lord Balarama and Ananteshwara are frequented by believers on their trip to Malpe. The image of Balarama has six faces. Perhaps this was originally a temple of Subramanya or Shanmukha, the six-faced deity who was named Balarama at a later date. 

Beach Resorts - Close to Malpe is Ullal, a maritime beach resort, the silvery beaches of which command breathtaking views of the sunset, especially, when viewed through the casuarina groves.

Reaching Malpe
Air - Bajpe (Mangalore) is the nearest airport.

Rail - Udupi at 6 km is the nearest railhead.

Road - Udupi is 6 km, at 392 km is Bangalore and Mangalore is 66 km. 

Stay Back At
With Top Travel Tours, accommodation can never be a problem. Advanced bookings can be done. Options abound in the nearby populous town Udupi.

Baga Beach

Adjoing the Calangute beach, Baga is basically its extension, a quite fishing village it also has an endless line of shops, restaurants and hotels. The palm groves and the Baga river lend it a soothing ambiance and enhance its scenic beauty. The Retreat House perched on a hill and the lack of local tourist buses all have contributed to its unique charm. Popular as a base for water sports and fishing, it attracts a large number of visitors to its shores. The lively Saturday night market here is much like the Wednesday flea market at Anjuna, only prettier under the night sky and lit up with lamps. 

Attractions
Baga has a wide range of restaurants, from standard beach shacks to swish pizzerias and terrace cafes serving foamy espresso coffee. The Baga Retreat House is a short walk up the hill, established and dedicated to St. Francis in 1953 it is rich in historical symbolism and worth a visit. The village of Arpora, spread across the hillock nearby is where Ingo's night market is organised every Saturday. Here stalls offer all kinds of goodies and treats, clothes, trinkets, exotic delicacies, funky haircuts, tarot reading, palmistry, wood carvings and live bands who lend the market a carnival like atmosphere. Mackie's is another Saturday night bazaar and Arpora also has one of Goa's two go-karting tracks. 

Entertainment
Baga is home to some of Goa's most popular night spots, including Tito's and Cafe Mambo. To ride around and explore the luch Goan countryside one can easily rent a motorcycle or scooter in Panaji and Mapusa. Parasailing, water skiing and wind surfing are also very popular at Baga. Water sports usually start in the afternoon when the wind is blowing in the right direction and they go on till sunset. Crocodile and dolphin spotting down the Mandovi and the Zuari rivers is another popular pastime for tourists. The banks of these rivers are thickly forested with mangrove trees. Crocodiles inhabit the swamps in this area. At the open sea at the mouth of the Mandovi River, dolphins can be spotted.

Accommodation
Nani's and Rani's
Sitting pretty at the north side of the river, it's a charming old colonial house that offers comfortable rooms and a rich atmosphere. Rooms here are decidedly inexpensive and cost anywhere between Rs 250-350. 

Baia do Sol
The Baia do Sol has cottages set amidst lush green gardens that overlook the beach. In this wonderful setting the rooms cost between Rs 1,200-5,000.

Cavala 
At the Cavala, the rooms are unpretentious but neatly appointed, spotlessly clean and comfortable. Twin bedded, AC or non-AC, all rooms have an en-suite shower and bath and balcony or terrace with an unobstructed view of the countryside. Breakfast, lunch and dinner may be enjoyed alfresco in the charming garden restaurant here. Rooms cost between Rs 400-3,950. 

Location 
Baga lies on the shores of the Arabian Sea of North Goa in India. This charming little fishing beach is just 15 km from Panajim, the capital of the state of Goa.

Getting There
Air - The nearest airport is at Dabolim, which is 29 km away from Panaji. Panaji is just half an hour's drive away from Baga.

Rail - The nearest railway station is at Karmali, 11 km away from Panaji. 

Road - Baga Beach is about ten minutes from Mapusa, and thirty minutes from the state capital, Panaji. There are frequent buses to Panaji and Mapusa. Most buses from Panaji terminate at Calangute and a few trudge further on up to Baga. 

Mahabalipuram

Mahabalipuram the ancient capital and sea port of Pallava Kings is famous for its south Indian Temple architecture.But today it is a sleepy village living on its past glory and the tourist traffic. The sculptures and carvings are fascinating. Mahabalipuram is also known as the "city of seven pagodas" for out of solid stone were carved exquisite rock Temples. Five of the Temples are known as "Rathas" and on their walls the story of Hindu mythology has been lovingly carved out. The most famous of them is group of five Rathas. This ratha is dedicated to the five Pandava Princes and their consort-wife Draupadi. A group of Elephants one of them 5 meters long known as "Arjuna Penance" is the most prominent feature of this sculpture.

Tanjore

 


Thanjavur or Tanjore is the city of Chola rulers and bears their stamp in an array of Temples finely sculpted and carved. The Brihadesvara Temple built by Raja Chola is said to have been the tallest monument in ancient India, rising height of 92 meters in pyramidal form. Near the inner shrine of Brihadesvara is a gigantic, five meters long black granite sculpture of Nandi, the bull of Lord Shiva. At Thanjavur one can also visit the Subramanya Temple.

Imperial India Tour

Imperial India sets out to accomplish what no other tour has done. In two and a half weeks you weave through the entire subcontinent; that vast valley of the River Ganga, Rajasthan’s formidable Thar Desert, Kerala's lush coastline and the great Imperial cities of New Delhi, Madras and Bombay. You will stay at India’s finest hotels, dine with royalty, and throughout your journey be pampered with unrelenting attention.

Days 01-04 : Madras ( Chennai ), Colonial Entry To India
Founded by the East India Co. in the 17th century, Madras is dotted with impressive relics of ancient dynasties. South of Madras stands Mahaballipurm, the great temple city of the Pallava Dynasty where a profusion of temples spill onto the beaches.Taj Connemara

Days 05-06 : Kerala, The Backwaters
You'll stay on a private island on the West coast of India, hidden in the Emerald

backwaters of Kerala. The resort offers a restorative spa, and splendid South Indian cuisine. Taj Garden Retreat.

Days 07-08 : Cochin, Trading Port of old
Cochin is characterized by its diverse colonial past-the Portuguese Church of St. Francis. the 16th century Synagogue and the Dutch Mattancheri Palace. From your harbor resort, watch Chinese fishing boats with their nets outlined against a setting sun. Taj Malabar

Regal Rajputana Tour

For the discerning traveller, India is a journey through time. From the tree-lined avenues of New Delhi to the ancient fortress of Gwalior, this tour of Northern India spans two millennia. We visit the halcyon days of the British Raj, the great architectural masterpieces of Mughal Empire including the Taj Mahal, and the fabulous forts and palaces of the warrior kings of Rajasthan.

Along the way we discover tombs of Muslim saints, temples devoted to Hindu deities and sculptures of the mysterious jain religion. Tradition is the theme as we wander from the splendour of maharajahs' palaces to the quiet lanes of village India. This tour provides an excellent introduction to the main highlights of Northern India while taking the time to show you some of its less well known delights. The visit to Neemrana and Samode will undoubtedly enrich your first encounter with India.

Day 01 : Arrive Delhi
You will meet our representative and will be transferred to the hotel.

Day 02 : Delhi
Today, leave for sight-seeing tour, which includes Jama Masjid -the largest mosque of Emperor Shahjahan. Later proceed to Red Fort, Raj Ghat -Cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi, to India Gate -a 42 meter stone arch built in the memory of the Indian Soldiers who died in World War II, Drive past the President's House & Parliament House, Humayun's Tomb - a memorial of the Mughals -its design is inspired by the Taj Mahal, the Qutab Minar, Birla Mandir and Lotus Temple.

Day 03 : Delhi - Neemrana
Morning we drive to Neemrana (120 km / 3hrs) where we stay in quiet rural surroundings in the 15th century Neemrana Fort, India's oldest heritage resort. Each room is wonderfully furnished with traditional Rajasthan and colonial furniture.

Day 04 : Neemrana - Samode
Drive to Samode (199 kms/ 4 hrs) astride an old caravan route, for an overnight stay in the fabulous Samode Palace, Home to the former ruling family. Lunch is taken among the fountains and pavilions of the Samode Bagh, the 400 year old formal gardens of the Palace. In the afternoon we taken a walk in the fascinating local village, where artisans produce printed cloth and glass bangles, to discover something of village life.

Day 05 : Samode - Jaipur
Drive to Jaipur (40 kms / 1 Hrs ) the 'City of Victory', via imposing Amber Fort where we ascend to the battlements by elephant. The high terraces of the fort offer commanding views of the surrounding countryside.

Afternoon embark on a of the enormous City Palace with its audience halls, courtyards royal apartments, and Hawa Mahal - an intricately carved facade that protected the ladies of the harem from the prying eyes of the city below. Lastly we visit the Jantar Mantar observatory, built in the early 18th century by Jai Singh who was obsessed with studying the stars.

Regal Rajputana Tour

Day 06 : Jaipur - Agra
Drive to Agra (252 Kms/ 5 hrs) via Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, a wetland that hides a multitude of rare species. We venture onwards to the ghostly city of Fathephur Sikri built as the capital of Akbar the Great in the 16th century and abandoned only 15 years later. Once India's granddad city, it is deserted yet perfectly preserved.

Day 07 : Agra - Gwalior - Agra
Journey by Train to Gwalior an ancient hill fort established in the 1st century AD and the site in more recent times of disturbances during the Indian mutiny. The fort, occupying a sandstone precipice in the center of the town, dominates the surrounding country side. Within its walls lie Jain sculptures and the beautiful decorated Man Mandir palace. Explore the tomb of the Afghan prince Ghaus Muhammad and the Tomb of Tansen before catching the late afternoon train, back to Agra.

Day 08 : Agra - Delhi
An early start to visit the Taj Mahal at dawn when its exquisite lines are matched by the delicacy of the light. Visit the magnificent Agra Fort before seeing the Itmad - ud Daulah a small intimate tomb and visit Sikandra.Later drive to Delhi ( 203 kms / 4 hrs ).Checkinto Hotel for overnight Stay.

Day 09 : Delhi - Back to Home
Transfer to airport on time to catch your flight back to home. Transfer to airport on time to catch your flight back to home. (Hotel checkout 12:00 hrs)

Golden Triangle Plus Tour

Day 06 : Jaipur
Morning enjoy an excursion to Amber where the hilltop fort is climbed on elephant back. In the afternoon a sightseeing of the city is arranged.

Day 07 : Agra
Drive to Agra visiting the deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri en route (232 kms. /5 hrs.).

Day 08 : Agra
Morning visit the sights including the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and the tomb of Itamd-ud-Daula. The afternoon is at leisure, perhaps for a second visit to the eternal monument to love, the Taj Mahal. (Taj Mahal is closed on all Fridays).

Day 09 : Khajuraho
Enjoy a short train ride in the morning to Jhansi, in Air-conditioned chair car. Transfer by car to Khajuraho (190 kms / 4 hrs) visiting Orchha en route. Khajuraho is famous for its 10th century Chandela dynasty temples and their erotic sculpture.

Day 10 : Khajuraho
Visit the famous temples in the morning. The afternoon is at your leisure.

Day 11 : Varanasi (Banares)
A short flight in the morning brings you to the Holy City of Varanasi, one of the oldest living cities in the world. Afternoon visit Sarnath, where Lord Buddha gave his first sermon.

Lost Empire of Deccan Tour

Day 07 : Badami
After breakfast drive to Aihole (2 hrs), famous as the 'Cradle of Indian Temple Architecture' Aihole has over 100 temples scattered around the village. Wherever one looks, it's temples that meet the eyes. Intricately carved rich in detail, quiet and peaceful. Mute witnesses of a bygone era. Visit the oldest temple here is, perhaps, the Lad Khan temple dating back to the 5th century. The interior is filled with fascinating carving. Dating back to the 6th century the Ravalphadi cave - Temple celebrates the many forms of Shiva. Not-to-be-missed is the Konthi Temple Complex (Kwanthi Gudi), the Uma Maheshwari Temple, the Jain Meguti temple and the two-storied Buddhist Temple. Drive back to Pattadakal, a world Heritage centre, it has 10 major temples representing early Chalukyan architecture. Visit the biggest temple here is dedicated to Virupaksha. Stop now at the Malliarjuna and Papanatha temple dedicatedly chiseled and rich in detail. The detailed descriptions in the sculptors of the temples give an insight into the social life to those days. Back to Badami. Overnight in hotel.

Day 08 : Badami - Hospet
Morning after breakfast drive to Hospet (about 240 kms/ 06 hrs), check into the hotel. Hospet is the nearest small market town, and a base for seeing Hampi. Evening visit The Tungabhadra Dam (6 km). The rest of the day free to relax. Overnight in the hotel.

Day 09 : Hampi
Morning we make a short trip to Hampi (01 hrs), also known as 'The Fort of Victory - Vijayanagra', situated on the banks of the river Tungabhadra in the region of Bellary, is a vast site of Momuments and ruins, a mute witness to an era of glories, triumphs and tragedies. The ruins of Hampi are so majestic and imposing that they leave the visitor totally dumbfounded, awestruck and humbled. Visit the Virupaksha Temple, rises majestically at the western end of a 670m long street that was once the famous Hampi bazaar. This is the only temple at Hampi that is still used for worship. The most splendid monument of Hampi is undoubtedly The Vittbala Temple Complex. The 56 pillars in the main hall produce musical notes when struck. Hampi is full of such surprises. Back to Hospet. Overnight in hotel.

Day 10 : Hospet - Chikamagalur
Today start your journey early morning to Chikamagalur (about 290 kms/ 7 hrs) enroute visits the Fort of Seven Rounds in Chithradurga. Drive through the Indian's major Coffee growing area and check into the hotel. The rest of the day free to relax from the tiring journey. Overnight in hotel.



Royal Rajasthan Tour 02

Day 06 : Narlai
Morning visit to the superb 15th century Jain temples in the quiet wooded valley of Ranakpur, one of the five Jain holy sties in India. Afternoon walking tour in the village of Narlai, where we are free to wonder around this fascinating village of artisans.

Day 07 : Narlai - Rohet
Morning drive to the Picturesque hamlet of Robet. The afternoon is free to explore the village of this Bishnoi community.

Day 08 : Rohet - Jodhpur
We Start today with a village safari in the area surrounding Rohet. Later drive to Jodhpur ( 40 kms / 1 hours) and check into our hotel.

Day 09 : Jodhpur
Morning tour of Jodhpur, including the imposing Meherangarh fort with its palaces and outstanding museum. Afternoon is free to explore Jodhpur further or relax at the hotel.

Day 10 : Jodhpur - Jaipur
Early Morning train to Jaipur (about 5 hrs. journey). An afternoon tour encompasses the City Palace, its museums and famed 18th century observatory, and elegant Place of the Winds.

Day 11 : Jaipur
We explore the medieval fort at Amber, which was the ancient capital of the Kachawha Rajputs. The afternoon is free to explore the " Pink City" further or relax in the atmospheric courtyard of our hotel.

Day 12 : Jaipur - Bharatpur
Morning drive (176 / 3 hrs) to the Bharatpur Bird Sancturary. The afternoon is occupied with viewing the abundant bird life.

Day 13 : Bharatpur - Fathephur Sikiri - Agra
Drive to Agra via the ghostly Mughal City of Fatepuhr Sikri, once the imperial capital (56 kms / 1hrs). Later visit Taj Mahal - one of the seven wonders of the world, Itmad-ud-Duala and Sikandara. Overnight in hotel.

Day 14 : Agra - Delhi / Back Home
Drive to Delhi and transfer to International airport for your flight back to home.(Hotel checkout 12 : 00 hrs)

Satya Sai Baba Tour

Duration : 8 Nights / 9 Days 
Places Covered : Delhi - Banglore - Puttaparthy - Bangalore - Hassan - Halebid - Mysore - Bangalore - Madras 

This tour package looks after all the places the names of which are associated with Sai Baba, a legendary fakir, highly revered by both Hindus and Muslims. During the tour one gets to see the Ashrams and temples dedicated to Sai baba. Besides there are some other splendid additions to this devotional tour package. During the tour tourists also get to visit important destinations such as Madras, Mysore, Bangalore, and Delhi. 

Day 01 : Arrive Delhi
After lunch, visiting Laxmi Narayan Temple, Hanuman Mandir, Gauri Shankar Temple and Chhattarpur Temple and Akshardham Temple. 

Day 02 : Delhi - Bangalore
Check in at hotel in Bangalore. Morning transfer to domestic airport to connect flight for Bangalore (2:15 hrs). Afternoon visit Cubbon Park, Bull Temple, Mysore Arts and crafts Centre and the commercial street. 

Day 03 : Bangalore - Puttaparthy (183"Kms" /4Hrs )
After breakfast proceed to Puttaparthy, enroute visit Le Pakshi Shri Satya Sai Baba Ashram. 

Day 04 : Sai Baba Ashram full day Ashram visiting
Meals / overnight at Ashram 
Day 05 : Puttaparthy - Bangalore
After breakfast, depart by car / coach to Bangalore. Check-in at hotel. 

Day 06 : Bangalore - Hassan - Halebid (215 Kms / 4Hrs )
After breakfast proceed to Hassan to visit Belur-known for Chamakeshwara Temple. Proceed to Halebid, with elaborately carved temples of Hoysaleswara and Kedaveshvara.

Day 07 : Hassan - Mysore (110 Kms 2 ½ Hrs )
Visit Mysore, visit the palace of the Maharaja, Chammundi Temple and Vrindavan Garden. 

Day 08 : Mysore - Bangalore - Madras (Chennai)
After breakfast, depart to Bangalore. After lunch proceed to Madras by train (4-5 hours journey). Arrive Madras stay at hotel.

Day 09 : Madras 
After breakfast, city tour visiting National Arts Gallery Museium, Fort St.George, Fort Museum, St.Mary's Church, Victorua Technical Institute and drive along the Marina Beach. Afternoon transfer to airport for flight back to home. 

Southern Tour

Day 5 : Bangalore / Hassan via Sravanabelagola
Morning drive to Hassan enroute visiting Sravanabelagola (5 hrs). One has to climb 600 steps to reach the hilltop dominated by 1000 years old Gomateshwara statue. The statue is considered to be the tallest monolith (17 m) and most graceful sculptures of the world. Afternoon visit Belur and Halebid temples. The visual is often described as the 'jewel box' of Hoysala temple architecture.

Day 6 : Hassan / Coorg
Morning drive to Coorg (3 hrs). Afternoon at leisure to explore the rolling hills with plantations of coffee, black pepper vines and the celebrated Coorg orange and cardamom plants.

Day 7 : Coorg / Nagrhole
Morning drive to Nagarhole (4 hrs) and check in at hotel. In the afternoon take a jeep safari in the park

Day 8 : Nagarhole National Park
Morning and afternoon jungle safaris in the Nagarhole National Park. Rest of the day at leisure by the river.

Day 9 : Nagarhole National Park / Mysore
Morning Jungle safari by jeep. Late morning drive to Mysore (3 hrs). Afternoon visit Mysore Royal Palace.

Day 10 : Somnathpur
Morning excursion to Somnathpur (1 hr). Visit Keshava temple built in 1268 AD. Richly adorned with carved friezes and sculptured images. Evening visit to Brindavan Gardens with its many water features including musical fountains.

Adventure Tours In India 02

Day 06 : Manali
This morning you will visit the four-tiered, pagoda shaped Dhoongri wooden temple (Hidmba Devi) with its intricately carved roof and a front doorway with figures and symbols. Drive to old Manali, its old beautiful houses and ancient Manu Temple. This afternoon an excursion tour of Nagger castle and the (Ro rich) art gallery.

Day 07 : Manali - Keylong Drive (3350 M / 115 Kms)
Early this morning drive over the Rohang Pass (3980 m) to Keylong - The district headquarters of Lahul & Spiti, which is like an oasis of green fields, willow planted watercourses and mighty brown mountains. The lady of Keylong is an imposing snow covered peak it is an amazing rock feature. Three kilometers from Keylong is the famous Shashur gompa, dedicated to the Zanskari lama. It was built in the 16th century and is of the gelukpa order. The five meter thangka is famous in the region.

Day 08 : Keylong - Sarchu Drive (4630 M / 163 Kms)
Drive to Darcha, which is 18 km. From Keylong, start of a popular trekking option to get into Padum, and in winter it is the only way to Zanskar. The road from Darcha to Baralacha La (4892 m) goes through Zing-Zing Bar and the sky blue Suraj Tal lake. Sarchu is just over the state line into Himachal Pradesh, and is where most buses stop overnight. Tents.

Day 09 : Sarchu - Leh Drive (3505 M / 176 Kms)
Today drive to Leh is quite interesting with an incredible 20 kms of switchback road including a spine-tingling 21 loops or hairpin bends, on one side of one mountain. After covering this stretch you cross the second highest pass on this road Lachlangla (5060 m). You stop at Pang for lunch. Continue your drive and see the terrain changing. You cross the highest pass on this road Tanglangla (5378 m). The road Manali to Leh is the world's second highest motorable road, reaching an elevation of 5378 m at Tanglangla pass. Hotel Shambala or similar.

Southern Tour

Day 11 : Mysore / Ooty
Morning drive to Ooty (4 hrs) -thc erstwhile summer headquarters of the British government in southern India and offers a cool retreat.

Day 12 : Ooty
In the morning proceed by Nilgiri Mountain Railway - toy train to Coonoor across plantations and forest clad hills with breathtaking views. Drive to Ooty and proceed for sight seeing.

Day 13 : Ooty / Chennai
The Morning is at leisure. Afternoon drive to Mettupalayam and connect the overnight train for Chennai

Day 14 : Chennai
Morning arrive Chennai railway station. Transfer to airport to connect flight for onwards destination.

Jeep Safari - Across the Himalayas Tour 03

Day 13 : Kalpa - Nako - Tabo (86 Kms).
Morning drive to Nako (3662 m) via Pooh village and monastery. Nako is a beautiful village located around a lake. Continue to Tabo for an overnight stay.

Day 14 : Tabo
Morning visit Tabo Monastery famous as "Ajanta of Himalayas" due to its magnificent Paintings and murals, dating back to 1000 AD and onwards.

Day 15 : Tabo - Lhalung - Dhankar - Kaza by surface (80 kms / 5 hrs)
Morning drive to Dhankar enroute visiting Lhalung Monastery. Dhankar was a strategic point, located on a high mountain cliff from where one can have a magnificent view of Pin valley and the spiti valley. Visit the ruined Fort and the Old Monastery and continue drive to Kaza.

Day 16 : Kaza Kibber - Chhota Dara by Surface (100 kms / 5 hrs)
Morning start drives to reach Chhota Dara via Kunzum La pass (4551 m) and Batal. En-route visits Ki monastery (4116 m) and Kibber village (4400 M) which are among the highest inhabited villages in the world.

Day 17 : Batal - Keylong by surface (98 kms / 5 hrs)
Morning start safari to reach (Keylong) (3550 M) en-route photo-stop for bara Shingri glacier (3657 M). Afternoon visit Khardong Monastery at Keylong.

Day 18 : Key long - Jispa - Sarchu by surface (92 kms / 4 hrs)
Drive to Sarchu (4253 m) en-route stop at baralacha Pas (4891 M) -across road for Zanskar, Ladakh, Spit and Lahaul and also stop at Suraj Tal (the sun lake).

Day 19 : Sarchu - Pang - Leh by surface (220 kms / 9 hrs)
Early in the morning drive to Leh through the vast more Plains above Pang and Taglang La pass (5500 M), which is the second highest motorable pass in the world.

Day 20 : Leh
Full day visit to the monasteries of Shey, Thiksey and Hermis.

Day 21 : Leh
Morning visit to the Phyang and Spituk monasteries. Afternon free.

Day 22 : Leh - Delhi by flight.
Morning Transfer to airport to connect flight for Delhi.Later, leave for sightseeing tour, which includes Jama Masjid-the largest mosque of Emperor Shahjahan. Later proceed Red Fort, Raj Ghat-Cremation site of Mahatama Gandhi, to India gate -a 42 meter stone arch built in the memory of the Indian Soldiers who died in World War II, Drive past the President's House & Parliament House, Humayun's Tomb - a memorial of the Mughals -its design is inspired by the Taj Mahal, the Qutab Minar, Birla Mandir and Lotus Temple.

Day 23 : Delhi Out
Transfer to airport to connect flight for onward destination ( Hotel checkout 12:00 hrs).

The Magic of India & Nepal

08 Day : Jaipur - Bharatpur
Morning visit Amber Fort on elephant back / Jeep. Amber Fort was the ancient capital of the State. Visit the Sheesh Mahal or the Hall of Victory glittering with mirrors. Afternoon drive to Bharatpur (175 kms / 4 hrs). Upon arrival check in at hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

09 Day : Bharatpur - Fatehpur Sikri - Agra
Morning enter into the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary for a silent ride on bicycle rickshaws to view the migratory birds from all over Asia. Afternoon drive to Agra (55 kms / 1 hr). Enroute visit Fatehpur Sikri the deserted, red sandstone city, Emperor Akbar built that as his capital and palace in the late 16th century is an exhilarating experience. Upon arrival check in at hotel for overnight stay.

10 Day : Agra - Varanasi
Morning leave for sightseeing tour of Agra visiting world famous "Taj Mahal" the monument of love immortalized in marble. It was built by Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his Queen Mumtaj. Agra Fort dominated by red sandstone construction & houses the beautiful Pearl Mosque and other noteworthy structures. Evening transfer to the Railway-station to connect train # 4864 Marudhar Express dep at 21:15 hrs. Overnight on train.

The Magic of India & Nepal

11 Day : Varanasi
Morning arrive Varanasi at 08:15 hrs. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Afternoon leave for city city tour of Varanasi visiting Bharat Mata temple, Tulsi Manas, Banaras Hindu University etc. Also visit Sarnath, near Varanasi is the place where Lord Buddha preached his first Sermon. Overnight stay at hotel.

12 Day : Varanasi - Kathmandu
Early morning boat ride on river Ganges to see the Bathing & Cremation Ghats. Come back for the breakfast at hotel. Afternoon transfer to the Airport to connect flight IC 751 dep at 12:10 hrs arrive Kathmandu at 13:10 hrs. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

13 Day : Kathmandu
Morning visit Durbar Square, Temple of the Living Goddess and Swayambhunath. The tour includes visit to the charming towns of Bhaktapur, Pashupathinath and Bodhnath also. Overnight stay at hotel.

14 Day : Kathmandu - Delhi
Morning free for leisure. Afternoon transfer to the Airport to connect flight 9W 261 dep at 14:15 hrs arrive Delhi at 15:45 hrs. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel for overnight stay.

15 Day : Delhi
Morning leave for sight-seeing tour, which includes visit to Jama Masjid - the largest mosque of Emperor Shahjahan. Later proceed to Raj Ghat- cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi, to India Gate - a 42 meter stone arch built in the memory of the Indian Soldiers who died in World War I, Drive past the President's House & Parliament House, Humayun's & the Qutab Minar. Overnight at hotel.

16 Day : Delhi / Out
Morning transfer to the International Airport to connect flight for onward destination.

Rajasthan Village Tour

Day 01 : Arrive Delhi
Meeting & Greetings at the airport. Our representative will be at the airport carrying a placard in you rname to welcome. He will asssit you for transfer and check in at hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 02 : Delhi
Full day Delhi sightseeing tour visiting the Raj Ghat (Cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi), Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar & India Gate (War Memorial). Drive past President House & Parliament House. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 03 : Delhi - Agra
After breakfast drive to Agra, the city of Taj which is 203 kms / 04 hrs drive. Upon arrival transfer to Hotel. Afternoon city tour of Agra visiting the world famous Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Itmad-ud-Daula. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 04 : Agra – Fatehpur Sikri – Jaipur
After breakfast drive to Jaipur, which is 232 kms / 05 hrs drive. En-route visiting the unique deserted Mughal City of Fatehpur Sikri still in excellent state of preservation. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day is free for leisure. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 05 : Jaipur
After breakfast visit to Amber Fort - Amber Fort was the ancient capital of the State. Elephant ride / Jeep Safari is provided to ascend hill on top of which the fort is situated. Afternoon city tour of Jaipur visiting the Hawa Mahal - the palace of winds, the Observatory or the Jantar Mantar. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 06 : Jaipur – Kuchaman
After breakfast drive to Kuchaman i.e. 110 kms / 02 hrs. Upon arrival check in at hotel. Later you may explore Kuchaman villages. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 07 : Kuchman – Ajmer / Pushkar
After breakfast, drive to Pushkar i.e. 100 kms / 03 hrs. Enroute visit Dargah Sharif. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Later visit Pushkar Lake, one of the holiest places of India and site of the Pushkar Mela. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 08 : Pushkar – Udaipur
After breakfast visit Brahma Temple (only temple of Lord Brahma, the creator, in the world). Other important temples are Savitri Temple, Mahadeva Temple, Rangji Temple, and Varaha Temple. Pushkar Lake is the site of annual holy bath on Kartik Purnima. Later drive to Udaipur i.e. 285 kms / 07 hrs drive. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel for overnight stay.

Rajasthan Village Tour

Day 09 : Udaipur
After breakfast, city tour visiting City Palace, Jagdish Temple, drive around Fateh Sagar Lake, Sahelion ki bari (Queen's resort for her friends) and Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir (Folk art museum). Overnight Udaipur.

Day 10 : Udaipur – Jodhpur
Breakfast at hotel. Morning is free to relax at the city of lake – Udaipur. Later in the afternoon transfer to Airport to connect flight for Jodhpur by IC472 dep. Udaipur at 17:05 Hrs. Arr. Jodhpur at 17:45 Hrs. On arrival transfer to hotel. Time is free to relax. Overnight at hotel.

Day 11 : Jodhpur
Breakfast at hotel. Morning tour of Jodhpur, including the imposing Meherangarh fort with its palaces and outstanding museum. Also visit Mahamandir Temple, Jaswant Tada, Clock Tower. Afternoon is free to explore Jodhpur further or relax at the hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 12 : Jodhpur – Osian Temples – Jaisalmer
After breakfast, drive to Jaisalmer. 326 kms and 07 hrs drive. Enroute visit to the Osian Temples. These temples are centuries old and you can visit local villages there. We will also arrange for camel ride. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 13 : Jaisalmer
Full day sightseeing tour of Jaisalmer, which includes visit to the 12-15th century Jain temples, Folk Museum, Gadi -sar Tank & the colorfully painted homes known as Havelies. Evening drive to Khuri Village & Sand Dunes. Khuri is a village 45 km South west of Jaisalmer. It is a delight fully peaceful place with mud and straw decorated houses. Further proceed for 1Km away from village, you can magnificent patches of sand dunes. You can have camel ride here. People & village life can be seen on the way to khuri in various villages. Overnight in Jaisalmer.

Day 14 : Jaisalmer – Bikaner
Dive to Bikaner, which is 333 kms. & approx. 07 hrs. drive Transfer to hotel. Overnight in Bikaner.

Day 15 : Bikaner
After breakfast, proceed for sightseeing tour includes visit to the historic Junagarh Fort, Bikaner Palace and the Golden Jubilee Museum. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 16 : Bikaner – Mandawa
After breakfast, drive to Mandawa,164 kms and 03 hrs drive. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Later proceed to the sight seeing, and enjoy the picturesque view of the desert stare. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 17 : Mandawa – Delhi
After breakfast, proceed to the sightseeing of Mandawa Castle Mandawa is an ideal base to discover the legacy of 18th Century frescoes that adorn the Havelies of this storybook town. With canopied balconies and turreted battlements, it offers modern comforts with an old world charm. The highlight of your stay is a royal repast where guests dine under the stars entertained by a Rajasthani fire dancer. Also enjoy the picturesque view of the desert state. Later drive to Delhi 260 kms / 06 hrs drive. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 18 : Delhi Out
After breakfast, transfer to the International Airport board the flight for onward destination.

Royal Rajasthan Tour 01

The Rajut Kings left their mark on this wonderful land in the from of magnificent palaces, citadels and forts. The result is a colorful Province boasting some of the country's most glorious sight and charming retreats. To experience the wonder of this golden age, we have created a tour based around the celebrated Heritage properties of the region. Conversions have been sympathetically undertaken, with the properties keeping their royal ambience. The atmosphere is that of a country guesthouse and many are still owned and run by the former ruling family. Part of the charm of these properties is that no two rooms are alike, although modern facilities are available in the rooms, it is the romance of a bygone age that leaves the lasting impression.

The tour features comprehensive sightseeing at a relaxed pace. Most of the internal travel is by road and rail allowing us the opportunity to enjoy the scenery and local life en route. As the drive from Delhi to Udaipur is long, we have chosen to fly.The tour represents extremely good value that would outshine similar tours.

Day 01 : Arrive Delhi
Arrive Delhi. You will meet our representative and transfer to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 02 : Delhi
Today, leave for sight-seeing tour which includes Jama - the largest mosque of Emperor Shajahan. Later proceed Red Fort Raj Ghat- Cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi, to India Gate - a 42 meter stone arch built in the memory of the Indian Soldiers who died in World War II, Driver past the President's House & Parliament House, Humayu'ns Tomb a memorial by the Taj Mahals, the Qutab Minar, Brila Mandir and Lotus Temple.


Day 03 : Delhi - Udaipur
In the Morning fly to the romantic city of Udaipur and transfer to the Hotel. The afternoon is free to relax in the well - kept gardens on this 19th century palace or by the swimming pool. Built for the Maharana to watch the major processions in Udaipur, its rooms are a blend of Rajput and European Styles.

Day 04 : Udaipur
Morning tour of the magnificent City Palace and the temples of Eklingji and the less frequented Ngada. The afternoon is free to relax.

Day 05 : Udaipur - Narlai
Drive through the Aravalli Hills to the majestic Kumbhalagharh Fort. Perched high above the palins. We lunch at the secluded Aoundhi Retreat. Descend from the hills to the religious village of Narlai (160 kms/ 4hrs) and stay at the charming Rawla Narlai, a converted former hunting lodge of the Maharaja of Jodhpur.

Camel Safari Tour

Day 9 : Jodhpur - Delhi
Full day City tour of Jodhpur visiting Mehrangarh Fort, Mahamandir Temple and the Kailana Lake. Evening transfer to Railway Station to connect train #2462 Mandor Express dep. 19:30 Hrs. for Delhi. Overnight in Train.

Day 10 : Delhi
Arrive Delhi at 05:55 hrs. Day free for own activities or shopping. Overnight in Hotel.

Day 11 : Delhi Out
Transfer to international airport to connect flight back to home (hotel checkout 12:00 hrs).

Trekking Tour

Day 08 : Auli - Govindahat - Gangria
Leave early morning towards Govindghat from here our there days trek starts, after trekking for about 13 kms. we camp at Gangria.

Day 09 : Gangria - Valley of Flowers
Today trek to valley of flowers, a 4 kms trek passes through dense forests and then open meadow. Arrive valley of Flowers and after lunch you will be given time to explore before we trek back to Gangria.

Day 10 : Gangria - Joshimath
Retrace the route - Arrive Joshimath & stay in Hotel for overnight .

Day 11 : Joshimath - Augustmuni
Drive to Augustmuni via Rudraprayag and camp for overnight.

Day 12 : Augustmuni - Rishikesh
Drive to Rishikesh and transfer to Hotel overnight stay.

Day 13 : Rishikesh - Delhi Out
Drive to Delhi. On arrival in Delhi to International Airport to catch flight for onward destination.(Hotel checkout 12 : 00 hrs)

Palaces and Citadels of Rajasthan

From the barren thar desert to the cool, azure lakes of Udaipur, Rajasthan presents a myriad of landscapes. Dominated by the Rajput kings, this intriguing state bears witness to the power of these great rulers. Patronized by the Mughals and British, the warrior kings returned to their glorious past with pomp and ceremony during the days of the Raj and now we have an opportunity to stay at some of their finest palaces and savour the life of the maharanas. Their impact on Rajasthan was immense and has made this diverse state all the more fascinating. From imposing forts-Kumbhalgarh, Meherangarh, Nagaur - to colourful and richly crafted palaces and havelis - Mandawa, Udaipur, Jaisalmer -Rajasthan has lyrical names that will captivate the imagination.

Day 01 : Arrive Delhi
Meet our representative and transfer to hotel.

Day 02 : Delhi
Full city tour of New Delhi whose colonial architecture evokes the bygone days of Empire. We visit the Tomb of the Mughal Emperor, Humayun, the fluted tower of the Qutab Minar, and the Quwwat-ul-Islam, the oldest surviving mosque in India, Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India, we travel by rickshaw to the imposing, Red fort, where in the Palatial, throne room of the Diwan-i-Am, we found ourselves at the heart of the Mughal empire.

Day 03 : Delhi - Mandawa
Drive to Mandawa in Rajasthan (268kms- 6 hrs) and checkin our hotel.
Explore Castle Mandawa and the surrounding area where the havils, or traditional merchants houses, are decorated with colourful murals.

Day 04 : Mandawa - Khimsar
Morning drive to Khimsar (275 kms-5 ½ hrs) where we stay at the excellent 15th century Khimsar Fort. Visit the hereby fort of Nagpur where inside the ruined walls lie palaces decorated with fine wall paintings. In the evening we are guests at a special dinner with traditional dancing on the ramparts of the fort.

Desert Wildlife Tour 02

Day 04 : Neemrana / Mandawa
After breakfast, travel by road to Mandawa covering a distance of 220 kms (05 hrs). Check in to Castle Mandawa.

Castle Mandawa is an ideal base to discover the legacy of 18th Century frescoes that adorn the Havelies of this storybook town. With canopied balconies and turreted battlements, it offers modern comforts with an old world charm. The highlight of your stay is a royal repast where guests dine under the stars entertained by a Rajasthani fire dancer.

Day 05 : Mandawa / Bikaner
After breakfast, travel by road to Bikaner covering a distance of 190 kms (04 hrs). Check in at hotel.
This desert town in the north of Rajasthan is a largely unspoilt and less visited place on the tourist circuit. The tour of Bikaner starts with a visit to Junagarh Fort with its superb stone carving. The fort has the usual collection of Rajput miniatures and an extensive collection of weapons including two World War biplanes. The other notable place that you will visit is the government camel breeding farm unique in Asia.

Day 06 : Bikaner / Jaisalmer
After breakfast, travel by road to Jaisalmer covering a distance of 330 kms (07 hrs). Check in at hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day 07 : In Jaisalmer
After breakfast, half day sightseeing tour of Jaisalmer city. It is also called the Golden City because of the colour imparted to its stone ramparts by the setting sun. Your tour of Jaisalmer starts with a visit to the Jaisalmer Fort built in 1156 by Rawal Jaisal and is situated on the 80m high Trikuta Hill. The fort has a maze of winding alleys, all of which are paved in stone. Within the fort walls you will also see a group of beautifully carved Jain temples. Proceed on to see two of Jaisalmers most famous Havelis Salim Singh ki Haveli, once the residence of the Prime Minister of the former princely state of Jaisalmer. Also visit Patwon ki Haveli, another of Jaisalmer' s elaborate residences. Afternoon at leisure. Overnight at hotel.

Regal Rajputana

For the discerning traveller, India is a journey through time. From the tree-lined avenues of New Delhi to the ancient fortress of Gwalior, this tour of Northern India spans two millennia. We visit the halcyon days of the British Raj, the great architectural masterpieces of Mughal Empire including the Taj Mahal, and the fabulous forts and palaces of the warrior kings of Rajasthan.

Along the way we discover tombs of Muslim saints, temples devoted to Hindu deities and sculptures of the mysterious jain religion. Tradition is the theme as we wander from the splendour of maharajahs' palaces to the quiet lanes of village India. This tour provides an excellent introduction to the main highlights of Northern India while taking the time to show you some of its less well known delights. The visit to Neemrana and Samode will undoubtedly enrich your first encounter with India.

Day 01 : Arrive Delhi
You will meet our representative and will be transferred to the hotel.

Day 02 : Delhi
Today, leave for sight-seeing tour, which includes Jama Masjid -the largest mosque of Emperor Shahjahan. Later proceed to Red Fort, Raj Ghat -Cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi, to India Gate -a 42 meter stone arch built in the memory of the Indian Soldiers who died in World War II, Drive past the President's House & Parliament House, Humayun's Tomb - a memorial of the Mughals -its design is inspired by the Taj Mahal, the Qutab Minar, Birla Mandir and Lotus Temple.

Day 03 : Delhi - Neemrana
Morning we drive to Neemrana (120 km / 3hrs) where we stay in quiet rural surroundings in the 15th century Neemrana Fort, India's oldest heritage resort. Each room is wonderfully furnished with traditional Rajasthan and colonial furniture.

Day 04 : Neemrana - Samode
Drive to Samode (199 kms/ 4 hrs) astride an old caravan route, for an overnight stay in the fabulous Samode Palace, Home to the former ruling family. Lunch is taken among the fountains and pavilions of the Samode Bagh, the 400 year old formal gardens of the Palace. In the afternoon we taken a walk in the fascinating local village, where artisans produce printed cloth and glass bangles, to discover something of village life.

Day 05 : Samode - Jaipur
Drive to Jaipur (40 kms / 1 Hrs ) the 'City of Victory', via imposing Amber Fort where we ascend to the battlements by elephant. The high terraces of the fort offer commanding views of the surrounding countryside.

Afternoon embark on a of the enormous City Palace with its audience halls, courtyards royal apartments, and Hawa Mahal - an intricately carved facade that protected the ladies of the harem from the prying eyes of the city below. Lastly we visit the Jantar Mantar observatory, built in the early 18th century by Jai Singh who was obsessed with studying the stars.

Regal Rajputana

Day 06 : Jaipur - Agra
Drive to Agra (252 Kms/ 5 hrs) via Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, a wetland that hides a multitude of rare species. We venture onwards to the ghostly city of Fathephur Sikri built as the capital of Akbar the Great in the 16th century and abandoned only 15 years later. Once India's granddad city, it is deserted yet perfectly preserved.

Day 07 : Agra - Gwalior - Agra
Journey by Train to Gwalior an ancient hill fort established in the 1st century AD and the site in more recent times of disturbances during the Indian mutiny. The fort, occupying a sandstone precipice in the center of the town, dominates the surrounding country side. Within its walls lie Jain sculptures and the beautiful decorated Man Mandir palace. Explore the tomb of the Afghan prince Ghaus Muhammad and the Tomb of Tansen before catching the late afternoon train, back to Agra.

Day 08 : Agra - Delhi
An early start to visit the Taj Mahal at dawn when its exquisite lines are matched by the delicacy of the light. Visit the magnificent Agra Fort before seeing the Itmad - ud Daulah a small intimate tomb and visit Sikandra.Later drive to Delhi ( 203 kms / 4 hrs ).Checkinto Hotel for overnight Stay.

Day 09 : Delhi - Back to Home
Transfer to airport on time to catch your flight back to home. Transfer to airport on time to catch your flight back to home. (Hotel checkout 12:00 hrs)

Southern Tour Package

Sandalwood, tea and spices all come from this region. Tea is grown and exported from the blue hills (Nilgiris). Dense jungle houses many species of wildlife, including elephants and tigers. State of Karnataka lies on the Deccan plateau and it is a land of charming contrasts, a pleasing mix of the modern and traditional. Bangalore -the state capital is famous as the Silicon Valley of India" as well as the Garden City. Royal city of Mysore has fragrance of sandalwood, musk, jasmine and rose and is a major manufacturing centre for incense sticks. Witness the Hoysala architecture at Halebid, Belur and Somnathpur. Hills around Ooty were captured by the East India Company troops from Tipu Sultan of Mysore in 1799 and were incorporated into the Madras Presidency. By early 19th century, the Governors of Madras Presidency began patronizing Ooty and it was later made the summer capital.

Day 1 : Chennai
Arrive Chennai and transfer to Hotel. Full day at leisure on the beach.

Day 2 : Covelong
A day of sightseeing. Visit Mamallapuram group of World Heritage monuments including Shore temple and Arjuna's Penance. Also visit the golden city of Kanchipuram -one of the four most sacred places.

Day 3 : Covelong
A day on the beach.

Day 4 : Chennai / Bangalore
Early morning transfer to Chennai Railway station and take train to Bangalore (5 hrs). Late afternoon take a short city tour of this garden city.

Royal Rajasthan

Day 06 : Narlai
Morning visit to the superb 15th century Jain temples in the quiet wooded valley of Ranakpur, one of the five Jain holy sties in India. Afternoon walking tour in the village of Narlai, where we are free to wonder around this fascinating village of artisans.

Day 07 : Narlai - Rohet
Morning drive to the Picturesque hamlet of Robet. The afternoon is free to explore the village of this Bishnoi community.

Day 08 : Rohet - Jodhpur
We Start today with a village safari in the area surrounding Rohet. Later drive to Jodhpur ( 40 kms / 1 hours) and check into our hotel.

Day 09 : Jodhpur
Morning tour of Jodhpur, including the imposing Meherangarh fort with its palaces and outstanding museum. Afternoon is free to explore Jodhpur further or relax at the hotel.

Day 10 : Jodhpur - Jaipur
Early Morning train to Jaipur (about 5 hrs. journey). An afternoon tour encompasses the City Palace, its museums and famed 18th century observatory, and elegant Place of the Winds.

Day 11 : Jaipur
We explore the medieval fort at Amber, which was the ancient capital of the Kachawha Rajputs. The afternoon is free to explore the " Pink City" further or relax in the atmospheric courtyard of our hotel.

Day 12 : Jaipur - Bharatpur
Morning drive (176 / 3 hrs) to the Bharatpur Bird Sancturary. The afternoon is occupied with viewing the abundant bird life.

Day 13 : Bharatpur - Fathephur Sikiri - Agra
Drive to Agra via the ghostly Mughal City of Fatepuhr Sikri, once the imperial capital (56 kms / 1hrs). Later visit Taj Mahal - one of the seven wonders of the world, Itmad-ud-Duala and Sikandara. Overnight in hotel.

Day 14 : Agra - Delhi / Back Home
Drive to Delhi and transfer to International airport for your flight back to home.(Hotel checkout 12 : 00 hrs)

South Indian Panorama

his tour takes you from the exotic fragrance of sandalwood and jasmine in Karnataka to that of eucalyptus and tea in the blue mountains, culminating in the coconut groves and water ways of Kerala, upto the golden beaches of Goa.
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Day 1 : Bangalore
Arrive Bangalore. Transfer to hotel. Afternoon drive through the garden city with its numerous avenues of jacranda, gulmohar and cossia. Visit the Bull temple, and Tipu’s summer palace. Drive past numerous parks, the Vidhan Soudha and Downtown commercial center. Overnight in Bangalore.

Day 2 : Bangalore - Hassan (139kms / 4 hrs.)
Drive to Hassan via protima Bedi dance village. Arrive Hassan by lunch. Post lunch visit to Sravanabelogola to see the statue of Gamatevara, 17 m tall erected in 980 AD. Check into hotel. Post lunch tour of the famous Haysala temples of Holebid and the Chennakesava temples of Belur. Overnight in Hassan. 

Day 3 : Hassan - Mysore (125 kms / 2 ½ hrs ) 
Drive to Mysore via Sriangapatanam. Visit fort, Tipu Sultan’s palace and the Gombaz. Arrive Mysore by lunch. Evening at leisure to visit the beautiful Brindavan gardens. Overnight in Mysore.
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Day 4 : Mysore 
Full day city tour. Visit the spectacular Amber Vilas City Palace and Nandi Bull at the chamundi hills. Later visit sandal wood oil factory and Mysore silk factory. Overnight in Mysore.

Day 5 : Mysore - Ooty (130 kms / 4 Hrs)
Drive to Ooty, passing through lush forests of Bandipur 'and Modumalai wildlife sanctuaries from where the road climbs up to Ooty through, eucalyptus and tea plantations. Check in hotel. Later visit the Botanical gardens and Toda tribal village, Evening at leisure to stroll around the lake. Overnight in Ooty.

Day 6 : Ooty / Coonoor
Early morning drive to Dodabetta peak the highest in the Nilgiris. After breakfast, drive to Coonoor. Just (13kms) Check into hotel. Rest of day at leisure to visit Sims park, and enjoy cool walks through tea estates or drive to Lambs' Rock for a view of the plains Overnight Coonoor. 

Day 7 : Coonoor / Cochin 
Morning at leisure. Later board the Blue Mountain Express down till Mettupalayam. Drive to Cochin (143 kms. / 3 hrs.) Check in hotel. Overnight in Cochin.
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Day 8 : Cochin 
Full day tour of Cochin city visiting Mattancherry palace, Jewish synagogue and a back-water cruise to Bolghatty palace. Also view Chinese fishing nets. Evening view traditional Kathakali classical dance recital. Overnight in Cochin. 

Day 9 : Cochin / Goa 
Transfer to airport to board morning flight to Goa. Check into beach resort. Day at leisure. Overnight in Goa. 

Day 10 : Goa 
After a refreshing arrival do visit the best beaches which will give you enough room to indulge in Various activities such as Sun bath, water sports and boating. Calangute and Baga, the most splendid among them, will assist you in feeling a new life. 

Day 11: Goa
Day at leisure on the beach for independent activities drive through south Goa to see interesting Portuguese homes and mansions. Overnight Goa. 

Day 12 . Goa / Bombay or Delhi
Transfer to airport to connect flight for Bombay or Delhi.(Hotel checout 12 : 00 hrs ).

Classical India Nepal Tour

A tour package that includes everything that a classical mind can desire, this arrangement would definitely steal your soft corner of heart, through the charm and vibrancy of palaces and forts of Rajasthan, erotic sculptures of Khajuraho and the beautiful landscapes of Katmandu. And during the way to make feel the essence of love and the need of creativity we include Agra, not far from the starting point Delhi.

Day 01 : Delhi
Arrive at Delhi. Welcome at the airport and transfer to hotel.

Day 02 : Delhi - Jaipur
Morning tour of Old Delhi. It is a 17th century walled city with its splendid gates, narrow alleys, the enormous Bazaar. Visit Red Fort, Jama Masjid and Raj Ghat.Afternoon tour of New Delhi with wide tree lined avenues, parks and fountains surroundings the imposing government and state Buildings. Visit Humayun's Tomb, an observatory called Jantar Mantar, Qutab Minar, India Gate and President House. Leave for Jaipur (252 kms/5 hrs). Check in at the hotel. Jaipur city was founded by Maharaja Jai Singh in 1727. It is a magnificent planned city built of rose-pink coloured stones that is why it is also called as "Pink City". Overnight stay in hotel.

Day 03 : Jaipur
Morning excursion to Amer Fort. Ascend by painted elephant up to fort with its huge gateways and pillared pavilions. It has a marble Palace, Temple of victory and Sheesh Mahal (Hall of Mirrors). Afternoon City tour of Jaipur. Visit City Palace and Museum. Nearby is the ornate Hawa Mahal (Palace of winds) which is five stories high and is decorated with delicate screens carved from stone. Also visit Jantar Mantar. Observatory, which is still equipped with immense, brick and mortar instrument. Overnight stay in hotel.

Day 04 : Jaipur - Agra
Morning leave for Agra (232 kms / 5 hrs). Stop enroute and visit Fatehpur Sikri, undoubtedly the best-preserved Mughal Palace City of all. Built by Great Akbar around 1570, he used the highest quality craftsman to construct the city only to abandon it some fourteen years later when it is said that the water system failed. Proceed to Agra and check in at the hotel and overnight stay.

Day 05 : Agra
Morning City tour of Agra, which was once the capital of Mughal India, and centre of great power and glory. Visit world famous "Taj Mahal" the monument of love immortalized in marble. It was built by Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his Queen Mumtaj. Also visit Fort and Sikandra. Overnight Stay at hotel.

Lost Empire of Deccan Tour

Rediscover the Region Steeped in glorious past.
Brave its harsh climate and forbidding landscapes and you'll discover a land of many surprises. Musical pillars, stone dancers, elephant stables, monuments, temples, mosques, forts, ruins... are few of the delights this cultural exploration offers.

North Karnataka has a unique privilege of housing two World Heritage Centres - Hampi & Pattadakal. And wherever you go in North Karnataka, you'll find yourself within touching distance of History.

This is also a piece of the oldest land of earth. A part of the Gondwana Plate that broke up at the beginning of geological time to form the Deccan Peninsula. The huge awe-inspiring boulders that are a part of this landscape are known to geologists the world over as 'Dharwars' after the Karnataka town Dharwad. It is believed that these boulders belong to the Archean Age and are a thousand million-year-old!

Life has not been very easy for the people in Deccan, Yet their native resourcefulness has seen them through many a crisis. Without taking away their love for life and their land, they pride in its glorious history and their passion for its cultural heritage.

Day 01 : Bangalore or Mumbai
Arrive Bangalore or Mumbai from your home country, Garland welcome, assistance and transfer to the and booked hotel. Morning free to relax. Late morning transfer to the domestic airport, board flight to Hyderabad (1 hr fly).

Hyderabad endearingly called 'Pearl City', the fifth largest city in India, is famous, the world over for its twinkling pearls, glass embedded bangles and the delectable Hyderabadi cuisine besides monuments of great historical interest. Evening make a short drive to visit the most famous monument of Hyderabad, chairman (180 ft high), is located in the centre of the old city. Just few steps away from Charminar is Mecca Masjid, one of the India's largest mosques. Overnight in hotel.

Day 02 : Hyderabad
Morning after breakfast visit the Birla Temple which stands for its grand fusion of Khajuraho and Bodh Gaya of North Indian and Rajagopurams of South Indian architecture. Evening visit the Lumbini Park situated on the banks of Hussain Sagar Lake, a picturesque park with variety of attractions, offering beautiful entertainment with musically synchronized water fountain. Overnight in hotel.

Day 03 : Hyderabad - Bidar - Gulbarga
Morning after breakfast drive to Bidar (about 140 km/ 03 hrs) - a tiny district steeped in history. The Fort, the Cannons, Palaces in ruins, the magnificent tombs and the massive monuments, all combine to make a visit to the one-time capital of the Bahamani and Barid Shahi dynasties. Proceed to Gulbarga (about 110 kms/ 02 hrs), check into the hotel. Evening stroll around the small city. Overnight in hotel.

Classical India Nepal Tour

Day 06 : Agra - Khajuraho
Transfer to airport to catch flight for Khajuraho. Arrival and transfer- to hotel. Khajuraho was Capital of Chandela rulers who ruled between 9th and 13th centuries. Today, Khajuraho has no more than 22 temples but enough to show the world its former glory. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 07 : Khajuraho - Varanasi
Morning visit the temples which are famous for erotic sculptures. Afternoon transfer to airport to catch flight for Varanasi. Arrive at Varanasi and transfer to hotel. Varanasi is most important place of pilgrimage for Hindus and the sight of devout praying standing water deep in Ganges. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 08 : Varanasi
Early Morning boat tour on River Ganges to visit Bathing Ghats, return to hotel for breakfast. City tours of Varanasi visiting various temples and noted Banaras Hindu University. Afternoon excursion to Sarnath. It was here that the Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon and set in motion the wheel of law of Buddhist faith. Overnight at hotel.

Lost Empire of Deccan Tour

Day 11 : Chikamagalur - Hassan
Morning after breakfast drive to Belur. It was once the capital of the Hoysala Empire, today made unforgettable for its exquisite temples.

The serenity of Belur is attributed to the celebrated temple of Chennakeshava Temple built by the Hoysala King Vishnuvardhana in 1117 A.D, is one of the finest examples of Hoysala architecture. After visiting this temple move to Halebedu (17 kms from Belur). The temples of Halebid bear mute testimony to the rich, cultural heritage of Karnataka. Visit the Hoysaleswara temple, dating back to the 12th century, standing on platform like a casket, is a sculptural extravaganza, richly endowed with most finely detailed scroll work in stone. Also visit the Jain bastics. Overnight in hotel.


Day 12 : Hassan - Mysore
Morning after breakfast drive to Mysore (about 125 kms/03 hrs), check into the hotel. Afternoon visit the Mysore Palace built in 1912 in the Indo-Saracenic style. Evening will drive to Chamundi Hills, towering over the city, these hill are 13 kms away from Mysore. Halfway up is the Nandi Bull, a 4.8 m monolith. Right on the top is the 2000-year-old Chamundeswari Temple. Overnight in hotel.

Day 13 : Mysore - Bangalore
Morning after breakfast drive to Bangalore (about 140 kms/ 03 hrs), check into the hotel. This bustling capital city of Karnataka, is also known as Garden City and Silicon Valley of India. Late afternoon visit the Vidhan Soudha, a magnificent building housing the State Legislature and Secretariat. It is built entirely of Bangalore granite in the Neo-Dravidian style. The rest of the day free to relax or stroll around the bazaars. Overnight in hotel.

Day 14 : Bangalore - Home
The full day to relax before you starting the journey to your home country. Stroll around the avenues to find some good sandalwood carvings and handicrafts to put you in memory of your tour to Deccan. Late night transfer to the International airport, board flight to your home country.

Golden Triangle Plus Tour

One of our most popular tours with first time visitors, this covers all the major sights of classical India, using first class and character hotels. The international flights are on scheduled services of Luthansa or KLM. This tour has been specially designed to offer excellent value for money.

Day 01 : Arrive Delhi
You will met and transferred to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 02 : Delhi - Udaipur
The morning visit the sights of Old Delhi. In the evening fly to Udaipur, considered to be one of the most romantic cities in India, and transfer to your hotel.

Day 03 : Udaipur
In the morning you tour the city and see the impressive City Palace, the biggest palace complex in Rajasthan, the beautiful gardens of Sahelion-kibari, and the Jagdish Temple. The afternoon is free.

Day 04 : Udaipur
The day is at leisure. Excursion to the famed Jain temples at Ranakpur, known for the intricacy of their sculpture.

Day 05 : Udaipur - Jaipur
Another day at leisure to soak in the atmosphere of this beautiful city. In the evening fly to Jaipur and transfer to hotel.

Golden Triangle Plus Tour

Day 12 : To Delhi
Enjoy an early morning boat-ride on the Holy Ganga to see devotees at prayer along the "ghats". Also visit the city and a factory weaving the famous Banaras silk in pitlooms. In the evening board a train to Delhi for a characteristically Indian experience. Overnight in air car sleeper coach.

Day 13 : Delhi
Arrive Delhi in the morning and transfer to hotel. The day is at leisure perhaps for an optional sightseeing of New Delhi.

Day 14 : Delhi Out
Morning go for Old Delhi sightseeing. In the evening transfer to the airport to connect flight for onward destinations. (hotel checkout 12:00 hrs).
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