Tour starts from Delhi – India’s Capital and political seat. Have a glimpse of monument like Jamma Masjit (Mosque) Red Fort, Chandani Chowk and Raj Ghat where Mahatma Gandhi has been cremated. Taste the Mughali Dinner in one of the Restaurants in Delhi and get ready to fly to Srinagar – the Summer Capital of Jammu & Kashmir. Gulmarg. A Hill Station and popular ski destination. Visit PAHALGAM is located on the confluence of the streams flowing from streams of Sheshnag Lake and Ridder Valley. Continuing your journey to Srinagar where enjoy your stay at House Boat. Visit Kargil via Sonmarg and Zozila Pass. Visit Drass – 2nd coldest place in the world and enjoy the evening walking through the Bazaars. Further journey will take you to Leh via zig-zag roads between the mountains. On entering Leh, you will come across Lamayuru Monastery – the oldest holy site in Ladakh. Ladakh is sandwiched between major mountain ranges - the great Himalayan, Zanskar and the Karakoram. Visit the unique Monasteries like Shey Thiksey Hemis, Alchi, See the glory of Leh Palace, Fort and Shanti Stupa – built by Japanesse for world peace. Visit Magnetic Hills, Gurudwara and the famous Nubra Valleyto see the Deskit Gompa in Deskit village and Shamstling Monastery. Visit the Pagong Lake via Khardungla Pass and TSOMORIRI LAKE at 4500M.
A Tour which has been a traditional beginning from Travelers All over the world. The tour originates from the Delhi – the Capital of India and the political seat. Divided into 2 parts, Old and New Delhi – it is diverse both in tradition and culture. Old Delhi Built by Mughals comprises of Jamma Masjid, one of the biggest Mosque in India, Red Fort, it still Gives the glimpse of the Moghul dynasty. Chandni Chowk – known as Silver Street with its narrow Lanes and colorful Bazaars. New Delhi with wide boulevards and colonial style buildings. Moving on Further, the tour takes you to Jaipur – capital of Rajasthan, painted in Pink. The City Palace, now Houses a Museum with armory with best collection of weapons, the collection of Royal Clothing. Amber Fort, an example of Rajput architecture. Rajput were fond of hunting and Ranthambore Sanctuary is a living example – though hunting is now prohibited. One can take Jeep Safaris to see the King of Jungle.The tour takes you to Agra – famous for Taj Mahal one of 7 wonders of the world Built in memory of Queen of Shah Jahan is a true memorial to the sublime love. The Majestic Agra Fort Built, overlooking River Yamuna was seat of Mughal Dynasty. End of the journey, one is mesmerized by the beauty of India, but this is only the beginning.
Uttarakhand - is known for its Mountains as Himalayas, Holy River Ganges and spiritual Rishikesh with Yoga and meditation. It is aptly called DEVBHUMI. After arriving in Modern Delhi, which is presently multi cultured State. On one hand it has a Luxury Hotels, Malls all over the city and Metro Train taking the people in comfort, on the other hand OLD DELHI with its narrow street Is an experience to walk. Proceeding further we visit Corbett National Park built by Jim Corbett. A Safari to Jungles will bring closer to Tigers, Sloath Beer. A visit to Ramganga Reservoirwill give you an opportunity to see migratory Birds. Proceed onwards to Nainital located on 2000M elevation. Naini Lake floating quietly will give you an opportunity of Boat Riding. Look at the beautiful Temple of Naina Devi. Proceed onwards to Ranikhet. You can see Orchards of Apples, Peaches and Apricot. This Himalayan Resort town Ranikhet is a picturesque Town discovered by British. Located at a height of 1600M, Almora boasts of Wild Life Sanctuary. A visit to Ramgarh will give you an opportunity to see the Himalayan Mountains.
After visiting Old Delhi sprawling around Red Fort and New Delhi, the erstwhile capital designed and built by British, proceed to Rajasthan – the Land of Maharajas. First glimpses you see in MANDAWA, a small town with Havelis of 18th Century. The Havelis are built with different themes including the British inspired by Steam Engines. BIKANER a vibrant city with fabulous Fort. Visit Karni Devi Temple with Rats. Camel breeding Farm and take a Camel Safari. JAISALMER, the Golden desert city with its Fort. Visit the Sam Sand Dunes o see the Sun Set and stay overnight in the Tents. JODHPUR’S Mehrangarh Fort is a architectural marvel. Visit the Old Bazaar. Proceed to Udaipur, the Lake City, but en route visit RANAKPUR Temples – a replica of Dilwara Temples of Mount Abu. The Temple is still worshipped by Priests. Between Udaipur and Pushkar lies Deogarh Mahal, grand Palace which from its looks signifies that the rulers lived in complete aristocracy. Pushkar, the holy city and famous for Cattle Fair with Brahma Temple and Ghats is frequented by devotees and Tourists jointly. JAIPUR – the Pink City of Rajasthan with Palaces and Forts and eventually 7th Wonder of World, the Taj Mahal.
A visit to Delhi opens up new vistas even for people visiting many times. It’s Red Fort, Jamma Masjid (Mosque) and the by lanes of Chandni Chowk selling from needles to Generators will enthral any one’s imagination. The flavour of Indian preparations being prepared in the by lanes will tempt you to try one. New Delhi ‘s wide Avenues, President Palace, India Gate, Qutub Minar and Humayun’s Tomb will mesmerize you. Proceed to SARISKA – Tiger reserve (population of Tiger has diminished), but as a National Park it has lot of things to offer. JAIPUR– the Pink City of Rajasthan with Palaces and Forts Take an Elephant to the top of Amber Fort and see the exclusive paintings. City Palace with its armoury collection will give you a glimpse of past. Jantar Mantar – the Royal Observatory maintains the records continue your visit to RANTHAMBORE – to see the King of Jungle by a Safari (latest number of Tigers are put to 40) BHARATPUR – with Lohagarh Fort and visit Keoladev Bird Sanctuary eventually. Approximately 400 species of Birds are sighted between November and March. You can also sight the Migratory birds and Siberian Cranes. En route to Agra, visit Fatehpur Sikri – with its Mosque, which is still in use and the Palaces built by the Great Akbar for his wives. In Agra, you will visit the Taj Mahal, a monument erected for the sublime love. Agra Fort is an architecture marvel
The above journey includes visits to the monuments recognized by UNESCO and termed as UNESCO HERITAGE SITES. This is an initiative by United Nations to protect the sites which are architecturally unique and was the part of world Culture and nature conservation. In Mumbai, you will visit Elephanta Caves and Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus. During your journey, you will come across Ajanta Caves in Aurangabad, Aihole and Pattadakal near Badami and group of monuments around Hampi. Moving on You will visit the Helebidu, Somnathpur. Additionally, you will visit some of the cities like Solapur to see unique Temples and a glimpse of culture India. Each city has its Own distinctive feature and culture. Make in India will take you near to the heart of the people to see how the people live, how culturally they are bounded and the Social habits. You will also come across the Metropolitan city of Mumbai and the Tech city of Bangalore. The cities two sides are strongly connected, the modern and The older with traditions.
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.
Delhi is a classic city besides being the Capital of India. The bustling city of Old Delhi has monuments like Red Fort, Jamma Masjidd (Mosque) and the small by lanes in Chandni Chowk (Silver Street). One can only walk to these Lanes or take a Rickshaw ride. New Delhi with large Avenues lined up with Trees, President Palace, India Gate is a modern city built by British. Visit Taj Mahal, a monument devoted to sublime love. Visit the beautiful Fort and Continue journey to Jaipur via Fatehpur sikri – an abandoned city of Akbar. Jaipur – the Pink city has Fort and Palaces. Visit Amber Fort on the back of Elephant and the Grand city Palace. Continue to RANTHAMBORE – to see the King of Jungle and other species of animals and then visit KOTA though a commercial town on the Bank of River Chambal but BUNDI compensates for its step wells and captivating Bundi Palace. Stay at BIJAIPUR Castle rustic 16th Century Palace with a visit to CHITTORGARH – largest Fort complex of India. Udaipur, the Lake City will charm you and KUMBALGARH, a fantastic remote Fort. JODHPUR’S Mehrangarh Fort is an architectural marvel, JAISALMER, the Golden desert city with its Fort BIKANER – a vibrant city with fabulous Fort and a unique Camel Breeding Farm. Lucky one can see White Rat in the Karni Devi Templ and finally MANDAWA, a small town with Havelis of 18th Century.
Tour starts from Delhi – India’s Capital and political seat is a bustling Metropolis with 25 Million. The trip to Agra will bring closer to the sublime love that Taj Mahal depicts. Agra Fort – excelling in the Architect is a tribute to the Artists who made this in the ancient times. Fly to Srinagar – the Summer Capital of Kashmir. It is said that “if there is a heaven on earth, it is this, it is this. The Beautiful Houseboats lined on Dal and Nagin Lake, will give you an experience in private living and Dining. A Shikara Ride on the Lake will bring close to the nature and your beloved. The beautiful Mughal Gardens will bring peach to your inner self. Gulmarg, 50 Km away bring you closer to nature and a Cable Ride will give you a different experience. A Hill Station and popular ski destination in Winter. Visit PAHALGAM, located on the confluence of the streams flowing from streams of Sheshnag Lake and Ridder Valley. Continuing your journey to Srinagar where enjoy your stay at House Boat. Visit Sonmarg – the Meadow of Gold. The surrounding mountains contain many beautiful spots and Lakes. Take Horse ride and explore these places. Visit Sonmarg-Meadow of Gold with its backdrop to Mountains covered with Snow. Sindh River flows through the valley with abundance of Trout and Mahsheer Fish. Return to Delhi on your way to Sweet Home.