Spend 8 days cruising through the lush countryside of West Bengal on one of the most sacred rivers in the world. Take a cycle rickshaw to the terracotta temples and unique Shiva temple in Kalna. Explore the deserted town of Gaur, which was once one of India‘s great cities.
Visit the colourful markets of Cochin, and explore the surrounding areas which are home to magnificent churches and Hindu art. Discover the ancient remains of the capital city of Polonnaruwa. Wander through the ruins of temples and palaces and admire Buddhist art and sculptures. Take in the breathtakingly beautiful views of Sigiriya rock.
Visit Taj Mahal – A Symbol of Love. The love of a man for his wife is preserved in the gleaming white marble of the Taj Mahal. Take a Game ride in one of the finest jungles (forest) of India in search of Royal Bengal Tigers in Ranthambore National Park. Experience the local traditions while having a dinner with a local family in Jaipur. Experience the authentic Desert of Rajasthan with a camel ride in Manvar. You will be spellbound with the beauty of Lake Pichola in Udaipur while enjoying a beautiful boat ride.
Experience Old Delhi on a rickshaw ride tour to see the way of life. Experience the life of this ancient city, Varanasi on a boat ride with traditional flute artist. Wander through the Ghats of Varanasi and enjoy local snacks (Samosa). Take a ride on a Pink City Rickshaw tour in Jaipur. The rickshaw will be driven by well trained women, who live in the slums and low income areas of Jaipur. Experience the village life during a walk to Deogarh village. A rural train ride may sound simple but is a great journey to enjoy panoramic views, scrub jungle and surrounding hills. You will be spellbound with the beauty of Lake Pichola in Udaipur while enjoying a beautiful boat Ride.
Explore some of India's most famous Bollywood Movie locations and experience filming in action on a live film set. Watch a Bollywood Movie in a local Cinema in Jaipur known as 'The Pink City'. Visit Dharavi and see why it is the heart of small scale industry in Mumbai - Known to many as 'one of the largest slums in Asia', we prefer to think of Dharavi as Mumbai’s beating heart.
Get a real insight for some of India‘s most well-known dishes. See the unique and stunning symmetry of the Taj Mahal at sunset before enjoying some of India‘s most iconic cuisine. Gain a deeper understanding for local living as you learn from expert home cooks.
Visit to DakshinaChitra – Which showcases “A Picture of the South“. It is an exciting cross cultural living museum of art, architecture, lifestyles and crafts of South India. Walk through the French Quarter of Pondicherry, which will leave you spellbound whilst experiencing the French architecture in India. Walk through some of the lush green plantations to experience the beauty of this beautiful place known as Munnar.
Explore the exciting and rugged landscapes of Ranthambore National Park with a naturalist guide on an open-top jeep safari. Go in search of the majestic Bengal tigers. Take a jeep ride along the cobbled roads to the hilltop of Amber Fort. Crowning the crest of the hill, Amber Fort offers panoramic views of the surrounding desert hills and villages.
Experience Old Delhi in a rickshaw ride tour to see the way of life. Visit Taj Mahal – A Symbol of Love. The love of a man for his wife is preserved in the gleaming white marble of the Taj Mahal. Take a game ride in one of the finest jungles (forest) of India in search of Royal Bengal Tigers in Ranthambore National Park. Take a ride on a Pink City Rickshaw Tour in Jaipur. The rickshaw will be driven by well trained women, who come from the slums and low income areas of Jaipur. Experience the local traditions while having a dinner with a local family in Jaipur.
Wander through the chaotic streets of Old Delhi. The vibrant city indulges all the senses with an abundance of local cuisine and stunning architecture. Visit the Golden Temple in Amristar, possibly the most sublime of India‘s countless places of worship and the holiest shrine of the Sikh religion. Take in the magnificent views as you enjoy a Toy Train to Shimla.
Follow the meandering waterways of the Keralan backwaters on a Kettuvallam – a converted Keralan houseboat. Wander through the exciting city of Cochin and view the iconic Chinese fishing nets on the seashore. Immerse yourself in local culture as you attend a traditional ceremony in Madurai.
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