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Rajasthan and Taj Mahal tour

A Rajasthan tour will no doubt include the wondrous setting of the Taj Mahal and this excellent 12 day tailor made tour is certainly no different. From Delhi to Udaipur via Agra, Jaipur and Jodhpur this 12 day Rajasthan tour leaves no cultural stone unturned when it comes to experiencing the Mughal monuments, religious heritage and never-to-be forgotten fortresses and palaces of northern India. Witnessing the Taj Mahal at sunrise is what Rajasthan tours are made for with chances to take lunch with royalty and spend an evening with a shepherd just a couple of cultural contrasts to help you put your tours of Rajasthan into perspective. As tailor made Rajasthan tour experts we’re proud to ... Read more >
From £900 excluding flights

Yoga and meditation holiday in India

This holiday offer you to discover yourself also after your introduction with your Soul by practising Yoga and Meditation, you can communicate, feel, taste and see your Soul. Spirituality really begins where religion ends.” Spirituality is easily identifiable with mysticism. The mystic or spiritual journey is an inner journey of the heart. One of the great tenets or principles of all religions has been that God resides in the heart of the human being. Spirituality focuses attention on the divine effulgence created by the presence of divinity in the heart. Spirituality is the need for an inner existence. “Highest Bliss is located in one’s own Self.” - Mandukya Upanishad. Material life may be ... Read more >
From £1,550 excluding flights

North India cultural tours

Ninety percent population of India living in the countryside. Going to interior part of country while on this tour passing through farmlands and small villages, seeing the fields of Mustered, Cotton, Wheat, Mullet, Caster oil seeds, tree of Mangos, Orange, pomegranate and working villagers in farmlands also government funded projects for generating employment in countryside that make sense to understand the economic strength of the country. By seeing mobile bicycle shops, Bull and Camel cart shops moving on mud roads and small corner shops of countryside, you can not stop yourself to buy fresh fruits, vegetable, spices etc. from them. After every hundred miles you will experience the ... Read more >
From £1,150 excluding flights

Horse riding tours in Rajasthan, India

This horseback safari adventure takes you on a remarkable journey through foothills of Aravalli Mountains and into the Jagnath Wildlife Sanctuary, home of the endangered Asian step wild cat of India. The terrain will change before your eyes, from a low and rolling hillside to steeper mountain inclines with varied vegetation adjusting to the elevation accordingly. In the beginning, the trail leads through small villages where traditional farming and customs are still practiced daily, but as the ride penetrates deeper into the mountain range, human habitation becomes scarce. Eventually the safari enters the Jagnath Wildlife Sanctuary and Sena panther conservation zone which is home to a ... Read more >
From £2,230 excluding flights

India wildlife and culture tour, Rajasthan

Spend 18 days discovering the wildlife and culture of India on this remarkable tailor made tour that takes travellers into the sanctuaries and national parks of Rajasthan where jungles and mountains form an indelible backdrop for a Jeep safari. From the importance that animals play within India’s cultural heritage to the thrill of tracking footprints in the jungle, this wildlife and culture tour of Rajasthan will leave travellers in no uncertain terms as to the relevance of the natural world and the part it plays in everything India holds dear. With numerous national parks and hundreds of wildlife sanctuaries, this 18 day tailor made tour really lifts the lid on the wild side of Rajasthan ... Read more >
From £1,270 excluding flights

Manali trekking tour, foot hills of Himalaya

For thousands of years the Himalayas have held a profound significance for the peoples of South Asia, as their literature, mythologies, and religions reflect. Since ancient times the vast glaciated heights have attracted the attention of the pilgrim mountaineers of India, who coined the Sanskrit name Himalaya—from hima (“snow”) and alaya (“abode”)—for that great mountain system. In contemporary times the Himalayas have offered the greatest attraction and the greatest challenge to mountaineers throughout the world. The most characteristic features of the Himalayas are their soaring heights, steep-sided jagged peaks, valley and alpine glaciers often of stupendous size, topography deeply cut ... Read more >
From £1,650 excluding flights

Kerala and Goa holiday, Backwaters & beaches

The backwaters of Kerala are unique and unlike anything else in the world. In essence, the backwaters are a network of lakes, canals, estuaries and deltas of forty-four rivers that drain into the Arabian Sea. The backwaters of Kerala are a self supporting eco-system teeming with aquatic life. The canals connect the villages together and are still used for local transport. Over 900 km of this labyrinthine water world is navigable. By visiting Kerala also have opportunities to understand the importance of Yoga and Meditation in life and how Yoga will help to achieve peak of Meditation. Our guest will experience this while they stay in Yoga and Meditation Ashrams. Kerala is the centre of most ... Read more >
From £1,670 excluding flights
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