This tour starts from Mumbai – the Financial Capital of India and known as Cosmopolitan City all over the world. One finds the Gothic style buildings built by British, Gateway of India And the unique ICON Hotel – TAJ MAHAL. A little sail from Gateway of India takes you to Elephanta Caves on the Island to see Rock cut caves with Temples of Shiva. A short flight takes you to the Pink city of Jaipur with its Palaces and Forts built in Rajputana architect. Amber Fort – high on the Mountain. One can visit the old Bazaars, the Jain Temples and move On to Agra via FATEHPUR SIKRI – the deserted city built and abandoned by Akbar. Visit Taj Mahal – a symbol of sublime love with Agra Fort – a city in itself. Delhi built by British and Ruled by Indian Politicians is a mixture of tradition and modernity. By flight, proceed to Goa An erstwhile city of Portuguese. Famous for its Beaches, the White Churches, One can Bird Watching, trek to waterfalls, visit aromatic spice Farms. The Beach shacks, where one can Eat authentic dishes leisurely. Finally, depart from Mumbai for your Sweet home with memorable trip.Haridwar is a spiritual city. It is here that the Ganges, after exiting its source, flows through. The devotees visit all the year for worshiping the River and also for spiritual rights of their near and dear ones according to Hindu Religion. Rishikesh has developed as Meditation Center and Yoga City.
Tour starts from cosmopolitan Mumbai where you can visit Gateway of India, National Gallery of Modern Art Flora Fountain and Elephanta caves. Tour proceeds to Hyderabad, the Capital with its colourful Markets, Biryani restaurants and the Golkunda Fort and Museum to see collection of Asian and European Arts. Visit Gulbarga to see a unique Mosque and the Fort, which has 15 Towers. Proceed on to Adil Shahi King’s Bijapur. Visit includes Golgumbaj Mausoleum houses the bombs of Adil Shahi Family. It is one of the largest Domes next only to St. Peter Basilica in Rome. Visit the Whispering Gallery where sound echoes. Continuing the journey visit Badami’s cave Temples, depicting the secular nature of following Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. En route to Hospet, visit the world Heritage site of Aiholee and Pattadkal. Hampi another World Heritage site – an amazing site spread over 36 Sq. Km. was thriving place until it was razed by Deccan Sultans. To absorb and understand the ruins and the temples built in Hampi, one has to stay for couple of days. Proceed onwards to Goa to relax. Once the Portuguese Colony, one can see the architect in the Old House spread all over Goa. The endless Beaches. One can go Bird watching, trek to waterfalls and see cathedrals or relax at the Beaches and enjoy the Goa food in the Restaurants or the Shacks on Beaches.