12N/13D Incredible Rajasthan Tour

Lake Pichola Udaipur

Embark on a captivating journey through the cultural gems of North India on this 13-day tour.

Destinations Covered

Udaipur: Udaipur, the “City of Lakes,” is a mesmerizing blend of royal architecture, tranquil lakes, and colorful markets. The sightseeing tour introduces you to its regal past, as you explore intricate palaces, such as the City Palace, and wander through narrow streets bustling with local life. The boat ride on Lake Pichola offers a serene escape, revealing the shimmering reflections of grand palaces against the tranquil waters.

Delwara: Delwara transports you to an era of opulence and grandeur as you reside in one of the finest palace hotels. The Eklingji and Nagada Temples showcase intricate craftsmanship and spiritual significance, providing a glimpse into the region’s rich cultural heritage.

Jaipur: The Pink City of Jaipur exudes a vibrant blend of history and modernity. The Amer Fort, a majestic hilltop fortress, enchants with its artistic architecture and offers an exciting elephant ride to ascend. Jaipur’s bustling bazaars, Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds), and City Palace immerse you in its royal legacy and colorful markets.

Ranthambhore National Park: Nature enthusiasts and wildlife seekers will be captivated by Ranthambhore National Park, renowned for its population of Royal Bengal tigers. Embarking on thrilling safaris, you’ll venture into the heart of this diverse ecosystem, where elusive tigers roam alongside other fascinating wildlife.

Agra: Agra is synonymous with the iconic Taj Mahal, an awe-inspiring monument of love and architectural brilliance. As you gaze upon its marble beauty, you’ll also explore the historic Agra Fort, which narrates tales of Mughal splendor and power.

Delhi: The tour concludes in Delhi, a vibrant metropolis where ancient history and modernity converge. In Old Delhi, the bustling streets and markets provide a sensory overload, while New Delhi’s wide boulevards showcase grand government buildings and landmarks like India Gate and Humayun’s Tomb. The sightseeing tour captures the essence of India’s capital, leaving you with a memorable blend of heritage and urban energy.

Tour Overview

Begin your adventure in the vibrant city of Delhi before flying to the enchanting Udaipur, where you’ll explore the city’s highlights and embark on a serene boat ride on Lake Pichola. Delve into the rich history of Delwara, visiting the Eklingji and Nagada Temples, and luxuriate in the opulent setting of a palace hotel.

Enjoy leisure time in Jaipur, the Pink City, where you’ll marvel at the majestic Amer Fort, take in the sights of the city, and have ample opportunity for relaxation. Immerse yourself in the wilderness of Ranthambhore National Park, famed for its Royal Bengal tigers, during exhilarating safaris. Experience the awe-inspiring Taj Mahal and Agra Fort in Agra before concluding your journey with a comprehensive exploration of both Old and New Delhi.

This meticulously crafted itinerary offers a perfect blend of history, culture, and natural beauty, culminating in a memorable adventure through India’s captivating landscapes.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 1: Fly from Delhi to Udaipur. Transfer to hotel for 2 night stay.


Day 2: Sightseeing of Udaipur city followed by boat ride at Lake Pichola.

city palace udaipur

city palace udaipur

pichola lake udaipur

Day 3: Drive to Delwara where you will stay in one of the finest palace hotel. En route you will visit Eklingji and Nagada Temple.

ekling ji & nagda temple udaipur rajasthan

Day 4: Day at leisure

Day 5: Drive to Jaipur. Stay at hotel for 3 nights

amber fort jaipur

Day 6: Sightseeing of Amer Fort (ascent the fort by elephant and return by jeep) followed by sightseeing of Jaipur city.

Elephant ride to the fort

Day 7: Day at leisure in Jaipur

Day 8: Drive to Ranthambhore National Park (famous for Royal Bengal tiger). Check into jungle lodge. Afternoon park safari.

Ranthambore National Park

Day 9: Morning and afternoon park safari

Ranthambore National Park Game Drive

Day 10: Drive to Agra. Visit the abandoned capital city of Fatehpur Sikri en-route.

Day 11: Visit Taj Mahal and Agra fort.


Red Fort Agra

Drive to Delhi in the afternoon.

Day 12: Sightseeing of Old & New Delhi.

Rashtrapati Bhawan

India Gatehumayun's tombJama Masjid Delhi

Day 13: Transfer to airport to board flight to onward destination.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: How do I get to Udaipur to start the tour?
A: You will fly from Delhi to Udaipur at the beginning of the tour.

Q: What attractions are included in the Udaipur sightseeing?
A: The Udaipur sightseeing tour covers the city’s prominent landmarks and includes a serene boat ride on Lake Pichola.

Q: What is the significance of Delwara in the tour itinerary?
A: Delwara offers a luxurious stay in a palace hotel and the opportunity to explore Eklingji and Nagada Temples, showcasing historical and architectural marvels.

Q: What is the highlight of Jaipur, the Pink City?
A: Jaipur boasts the majestic Amer Fort, a thrilling elephant ascent and jeep descent, along with sightseeing in the city itself.

Q: How many days are spent in Ranthambhore National Park?
A: You will have two full days for safaris in Ranthambhore National Park, renowned for its Royal Bengal tigers.

Q: What iconic landmarks are covered in Agra?
A: The Agra visit includes the world-famous Taj Mahal and the historic Agra Fort.

Q: What does the leisure day in Jaipur offer?
A: The leisure day in Jaipur allows you to relax, explore the city at your own pace, or engage in optional activities.

Q: What mode of transportation is used between destinations?
A: The tour involves comfortable drives between cities, offering scenic views of the landscapes.

Q: Is the airport transfer included at the end of the tour?
A: Yes, the tour concludes with a transfer to the airport for your onward flight.

Q: Can I customize the tour itinerary to suit my preferences?
A: Customizations may be possible depending on availability and feasibility. Please inquire with the tour operator for details.

13N/14D Golden Triangle with Ladakh Tour


Embark on a 14-day odyssey through India’s historical and scenic wonders.

Destinations Covered

Delhi: Delhi, a city of contrasts, welcomes you with its historical richness and modern vibrancy. Immerse yourself in the wide avenues of New Delhi, marveling at Lutyen’s architectural marvels and the iconic India Gate. Explore the heart of Old Delhi’s bustling streets, where Jama Masjid and Rajghat, the resting place of Mahatma Gandhi, tell tales of India’s past.

Leh: Nestled amidst the Himalayan peaks, Leh enchants with its serene landscapes and vibrant monasteries. Visit monastic wonders like Shey, Thiksey, Hemis, and Stok Palace while soaking in the tranquility of the Shanti Stupa and local markets.

Ulleytokpo: Ulleytokpo offers a peaceful retreat amid the mountains. En route, Likir and Alchi Monasteries showcase the spiritual depth of Ladakh.

Nubra Valley: Journey to the captivating Nubra Valley through the Khardungla Pass, one of the world’s highest motorable roads. Discover the charming villages of Deskit and Hunder, where you can experience the unique landscapes and local culture.

Pangong Lake: Pangong Lake, nestled at a high altitude, is a breathtaking sight with its ever-changing hues. The lake’s tranquility and pristine beauty provide an enchanting escape.

Agra: Agra’s allure lies in its architectural masterpieces. The stunning Taj Mahal, an ode to love, and the mighty Agra Fort reveal the grandeur of the Mughal era.

Jaipur: Jaipur, the Pink City, invites you to experience its regal heritage. Ascend the majestic Amber Fort atop an elephant, and explore the intricate City Palace, the ornate Hawa Mahal, and the remarkable Jantar Mantar observatory.

This meticulously crafted tour paints a vivid picture of India’s diversity, from the bustling streets of Delhi to the serene landscapes of Ladakh, the architectural wonders of Agra, and the regal beauty of Jaipur. Each destination offers a unique glimpse into India’s rich cultural tapestry, leaving you with cherished memories of its vibrant landscapes and fascinating heritage.

Tour Overview

Begin in the bustling capital of Delhi, where you’ll traverse the timeless charm of Old and New Delhi, visiting iconic landmarks such as India Gate, Humayun’s Tomb, and Jama Masjid.

Fly to the ethereal landscapes of Leh, where you’ll acclimatize while exploring monasteries and the local market. Venture to Ulleytokpo, journeying through Likir, Alchi, and Lamayuru. Witness the serene Nubra Valley and the captivating Pangong Lake.

Return to the heart of India, visiting the architectural marvels of Agra, including the Taj Mahal, before reaching the Pink City of Jaipur. Ascend the majestic Amber Fort on an elephant’s back, and explore the vibrant City Palace, Hawa Mahal, and Jantar Mantar.

Conclude your journey in Delhi, a perfect blend of old and new, with cherished memories of India’s diverse landscapes and cultural heritage etched in your heart.

Detailed Tour Plan

 Day 01: Arrive Delhi

Delhi International Airport

Arrive Delhi and stay for two nights.

 Day 02: Delhi

Enjoy a full days sightseeing tour of the historical city of Delhi, beginning in the wide avenues of New Delhi, to see Lutyen’s buildings and the India gate memorial, along with the impressive tomb of Humayun and Qutab Minar.

India GateRashtrapati Bhawanhumayun's tomb

Afternoon you will visit the bustling and vibrant streets of Old Delhi to see the Jama Masjid and Rajghat, the resting place (Samadhi) of Mahatma Gandhi.

Jama Masjid DelhiMahatma Gandhi's Memorial Delhi

Day 03: Delhi – Leh

Fly to Leh.


Meet on arrival at Leh airport and transfer to hotel. Day at leisure for acclimatization. In the afternoon, visit Shanti palace and walk around local market.


Day 04: Leh

Full day sightseeing tour of monasteries of Indus Valley (Shey, Thiksey, Hemis and Stok Palace).

Shey Monastery



Day 05: Leh – Ulley

Drive to Ulley. En-route visit Likir and Alchi Monasteries.


Overnight stay at Ulleytokpo.

Day 06: Ulley – Leh

Drive further to visit Lamayuru.


Return back to Leh visiting Phiyang & Spituk Monasteries.

Overnight stay in Leh.

Day 07: Leh – Nubra

Drive to Nubra valley after crossing Khardungla Pass (2nd highest motorable road in the world).


Rest of the day at leisure to explore Deskit and Hunder Villages.

Hundar ladakh

Day 08: Nubra – Leh

After Breakfast proceed to Diskit monastery.

diskit monasteryAfter sightseeing of Deskit, you will drive back to Leh. Evening at leisure to explore Leh market.

Day 09: Leh – Pangong Lake

Drive to Pangong. Pangong is highest land locked lake.

pangong lake ladakh

Day 10: Pangong Lake – Leh

Drive back to Leh

Day 11: Leh – Delhi – Agra

Fly to Delhi and drive to Agra. Stay overnight. Visit the Agra Fort and Taj Mahal in the afternoon.

Taj-MahalRed Fort Agra

 Day 12: Agra – Jaipur

Drive to Jaipur visiting the deserted Mughal city of Fatehpur Sikri en route.

Stay for two nights

 Day 13: Jaipur

Today morning you will visit the impressive Amber fort – which is accessed on elephant’s back.

Elephant ride to the fort

Afternoon visit the sights of Jaipur including the City Palace, Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds), Jantar Mantar and the Museum.

City Palace jaipurJantar Mantar jaipurHawa Mahal jaipur

 Day 14: Jaipur – Delhi & depart

Drive to Delhi airport in time to board the flight to onward destination.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: How do I reach Delhi to start the tour?
A: You can reach Delhi by international flights, and upon arrival, our representative will greet you and assist with your transfer to the hotel.

Q: What attractions are covered during the Delhi sightseeing?
A: The Delhi sightseeing tour includes visits to historical landmarks such as India Gate, Humayun’s Tomb, and Jama Masjid, offering a glimpse of the city’s rich heritage.

Q: How will I acclimatize to the high altitude in Leh?
A: Upon arrival in Leh, you’ll have a day of leisure for acclimatization. You can explore the local market and visit Shanti Stupa while adjusting to the altitude.

Q: What are some key monasteries to explore in Leh?
A: The tour covers significant monasteries like Shey, Thiksey, Hemis, and Stok Palace, each offering a unique spiritual experience and insights into Buddhist culture.

Q: What can I expect during the drive to Ulleytokpo?
A: The drive to Ulleytokpo takes you through Likir and Alchi Monasteries, providing an opportunity to immerse yourself in Ladakh’s spiritual ambiance and admire ancient architecture.

Q: How does the Nubra Valley visit unfold?
A: The journey to Nubra Valley includes crossing the Khardungla Pass, offering spectacular views and a chance to explore Deskit and Hunder Villages for an authentic Ladakhi experience.

Q: What is the highlight of Pangong Lake?
A: Pangong Lake’s breathtaking beauty and changing colors captivate visitors, creating an unforgettable experience amid the high-altitude landscape.

Q: How is the visit to Agra and the Taj Mahal arranged?
A: The tour includes a flight to Delhi from Leh, followed by a drive to Agra. You’ll have the opportunity to explore Agra Fort and witness the Taj Mahal’s splendor.

Q: Can I customize the tour to include additional attractions?
A: Customizations might be possible based on availability and feasibility. Consult with the tour operator to explore options for personalized additions.

Q: How does the tour conclude in Delhi?
A: The tour concludes with a drive to Delhi airport, allowing you to catch your onward flight. You’ll depart with memories of North India’s diverse landscapes and cultural riches.

13 Days Festivals of Ladakh with Nubra Valley Tour

hemis festival ladakh

Tour Overview

Embark on a captivating journey through the heart of the Himalayas with this comprehensive tour. Beginning in Delhi, you’ll be greeted with warmth and transferred to your hotel for a comfortable stay. The adventure truly begins as you soar over the majestic Himalayan peaks to reach Leh, a high-altitude gem. Spend your initial days acclimatizing and exploring renowned monasteries like Shey, Thiksey, and Shankar. Immerse yourself in the rich cultural tapestry of the region and witness the vibrant Hemis Festival, a celebration of tradition and spirituality.

Venture to the serene Alchi monastery, where ancient frescoes tell tales of history. Continue your exploration with a captivating excursion to the striking Lamayuru monastery, traversing the dramatic landscapes that Ladakh offers. As you journey through the picturesque Likir, marvel at the local way of life in Leh’s bustling bazaar. The path leads you to Nubra Valley, a Buddhist haven beyond the towering Khardung La pass, offering a glimpse into a tranquil world surrounded by the Karakoram range.

Discover the treasures of Samstanling monastery and the soothing Panamik Hot Springs during a delightful day excursion. Return to Leh, visiting the captivating Diskit monastery en route. Explore the heritage of Stok Palace, Phyang, and Spituk monasteries, embracing the spiritual essence of the region. Conclude your journey with a visit to Delhi, where a combined city tour reveals the fascinating blend of Old and New Delhi’s vibrant cultures. As you bid farewell to this unforgettable expedition, carry cherished memories back home.

Hemis Festival Dates: 16-17 Jun, 2024

Duration:  13 Days / 12 Nights

Places:  Delhi > Leh > Alchi > Lamayuru > Alchi > Likir > Leh > Nubra > Tiger > Leh > Delhi

13 Days Festivals of Ladakh with Nubra Valley Tour

Destinations Covered

Delhi: The tour starts in the bustling capital city of India, Delhi. Explore the contrast of Old and New Delhi as you visit historical sites like India Gate, Red Fort, and Jama Masjid, and experience the vibrant markets and bustling streets.

Leh: Your journey takes you to the enchanting high-altitude town of Leh. Acclimatize to the altitude while discovering the ancient monasteries of Shey, Thiksey, and Shankar. Experience the spiritual and cultural essence of the region.

Hemis Festival: Immerse yourself in the vivid celebrations of the Hemis Festival, a unique and vibrant showcase of Ladakhi culture, featuring colorful costumes, traditional dances, and elaborate rituals.

Alchi: A tranquil village known for its ancient Alchi Monastery, famous for its stunning wall paintings and sculptures. Visit nearby Rizong Monastery and witness the serenity of the surroundings.

Lamayuru: Embark on a scenic excursion to Lamayuru Monastery, nestled amidst the dramatic landscapes of Ladakh. Explore this ancient and picturesque site, known for its spiritual significance.

Likir: A visit to Likir Monastery offers insights into the spiritual heritage of Ladakh. Observe the daily rituals of the monks and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes.

Nubra Valley: Cross the towering Khardung La pass to reach the enchanting Nubra Valley. Discover the serene landscapes, visit Samstanling Monastery, and rejuvenate at the Panamik Hot Springs.

Stok Palace: Explore the history and culture of Ladakh through a visit to Stok Palace, which houses a museum displaying royal artifacts, costumes, and historical items.

Phyang and Spituk Monasteries: Delve deeper into Ladakh’s spiritual heritage as you visit Phyang and Spituk Monasteries. These ancient monastic complexes offer a glimpse into the region’s rich history and traditions.

This tour provides a comprehensive exploration of Ladakh’s cultural, spiritual, and natural treasures, offering a unique and unforgettable travel experience.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day-1. Arrive Delhi

Delhi International Airport

Meet assistance at airport and transfer to hotel. Overnight hotel

Day-2. Delhi – Leh – 3500 mts


Early morning transfer to domestic airport to check in highly spectacular flight over the Himalaya’s to Leh. Meet at airport and transfer to hotel. Day free for rest & acclimatization. Overnight hotel.

Day-3. In Leh

After breakfast full day sightseeing of famous monasteries Shey, & Thiksey.

Shey Monastery

Thiksey Monastery

Afternoon visit Shankar monastery.

Sankar Gompa leh ladakh

Overnight hotel.

Day-4. In Leh- Hemis Festival/Thak-Thak Festival

Full day at the monastery and witness the fest.

hemis festival ladakh

Overnight hotel.

Day-5. Leh – Alchi 

In the morning depart for Alchi monastery.


Afternoon visit Alchi and Rizong monasteries.

Rizong monastery

Overnight Guest house

Day-6. Alchi – Lamayuru – Alchi

Full day excursion to Lamayuru monastery.


After having good look around we drive back to Alchi. Overnight guest house.

Day-7. Alchi – Likir – Leh

After breakfast we drive to Leh en route visiting Likir monastery.

likir-monasteryLate afternoon stroll through the main bazar to watch local’s activities.

Leh-BazaarOvernight hotel

Day-8. Leh – Tiger ( Nubra Valley ) 

In the morning drive into Nubra valley to Tiger over Khardung la – 18380 ft.

nubra-valley-lehAfternoon at leisure. Overnight in camp.

Nubra: The Buddhist region of Nubra lies north of Leh across the 5600 Mts. Khardung pass, the first of the five passes on the former trade route from Leh to Turkestan. Nubra consists of two long valleys, the Nubra & upper Shyok lying beneath the towering eastern Karakoram range. At the head of the Nubra valley is the 45 miles long Siachen glacier, the longest glacier in the Karakoram. Overnight in camp.

Day-9. In Tiger

samstanling monastery

Day excursion to Samstanling monastery and Panamik Hot Springs is organized along with picnic / hot lunch.

Panamik-village-ladakhReturn to Tiger enroute visit Ansa gompa. Overnight in camp.

Day-10. Tiger – Leh

After leisure breakfast we drive back to Leh enroute visiting Dishkit monastery.

diskit monastery

Overnight hotel.

Day-11. In Leh

Morning visit Stok Palace & in the afternoon visit Phyang & Spituk monasteries.


Overnight hotel

Day-12. Leh – Delhi

Early morning transfer to airport to board early morning flight for Delhi.

Jama Masjid Delhi Red Fort Mahatma Gandhi's Memorial Delhi

humayun's tomb

India GateQutub Minar

In the afternoon we will go for a combined city tour of Old & New Delhi. Overnight hotel

Day-13. Back Home

Transfer to airport in time to connect your flight back home.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

q: What is the starting point of the tour?
a: The tour starts in Delhi, the capital city of India.

q: What is the highlight of the Hemis Festival?
a: The Hemis Festival is a vibrant celebration of Ladakhi culture, featuring colorful costumes, traditional dances, and elaborate rituals.

q: What is the significance of Alchi Monastery?
a: Alchi Monastery is known for its ancient wall paintings and sculptures, offering a glimpse into Ladakh’s rich spiritual heritage.

q: What can I expect during the excursion to Lamayuru?
a: The excursion to Lamayuru Monastery offers stunning views of Ladakh’s landscapes and a visit to an ancient monastery of spiritual importance.

q: What is unique about Nubra Valley?
a: Nubra Valley is accessible via the Khardung La pass, one of the world’s highest motorable roads. It features serene landscapes, Samstanling Monastery, and natural hot springs.

q: How can I experience Ladakh’s monastic heritage?
a: You can explore monasteries like Shey, Thiksey, Shankar, Likir, Phyang, and Spituk to gain insights into Ladakh’s spiritual and cultural heritage.

q: What are the key attractions in Leh?
a: Leh offers attractions like Stok Palace with its museum, Leh Market, and various monasteries such as Shey, Thiksey, and Shankar.

q: What is the final destination of the tour?
a: The tour concludes back in Delhi after exploring Ladakh’s cultural and natural treasures.

q: How does the tour help with acclimatization to high altitudes?
a: The tour starts with a stay in Leh, allowing travelers to acclimatize to the high altitude before exploring other destinations.

q: What is the overall theme of the tour?
a: The tour focuses on exploring Ladakh’s rich cultural heritage, ancient monasteries, serene landscapes, and unique festivals, providing a comprehensive experience of this Himalayan region.

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13 Days Ladakh and Kashmir Tour from Delhi


Tour Overview

Embark on an exhilarating journey through the enchanting landscapes of Northern India with this meticulously designed tour. Begin in the vibrant capital city, New Delhi, where ancient history harmoniously coexists with modernity. Traverse to the picturesque hill town of Manali, driving through the lush valleys and the renowned Rohtang Pass. Acquaint yourself with the charming Manali town, its bustling Mall Road, Hadimba Temple, and the soothing Vashisth Ashram.

Your adventure then takes you on an epic overland drive to Leh, traversing the dramatic terrains of Lahaul, BaraLacha Pass, and Tanglangla Pass, offering captivating vistas of the Himalayas. Arrive in the tranquil haven of Leh, nestled amidst towering peaks, and explore the town’s intriguing monasteries, vibrant markets, and historical landmarks. Journey further to the mesmerizing Pangong Lake, near the Indo-China border, and marvel at its mystical blue-black waters surrounded by pristine landscapes.

Immerse yourself in the spiritual ambiance of Hemis and Thiksey Monasteries before driving through the world’s highest motorable pass, Khardungla, to the enchanting Nubra Valley. Discover the unique charm of Nubra, its deserts, monasteries, and double-humped camels. As your journey concludes, explore the heritage sites of Alchi, Lamayuru, and Kargil, each narrating tales of ancient art, history, and spirituality.

Conclude your epic voyage in the iconic city of Srinagar, indulging in the serenity of Dal Lake, the elegance of Mughal Gardens, and the vibrant local markets, before bidding adieu to this unforgettable adventure.

Duration:  13 Days / 12 Nights

Places:  Delhi > Chandigarh > Manali > Keylong > Darcha > Sarchu > Leh > Pangong > Leh > Khardungla > Nubra > Khardungla > Leh > Alchi > Lamayuru > Kargil > Sonamarg > Srinagar

13 Days Ladakh and Kashmir Tour from Delhi

Destinations Covered

New Delhi: The bustling capital city of India welcomes you with a blend of historical landmarks and modern marvels. From the iconic India Gate and Red Fort to the serene Lotus Temple, New Delhi offers a glimpse into India’s rich heritage and diverse culture.

Manali: Nestled in the lush Kullu Valley, Manali is a popular hill station known for its picturesque landscapes and vibrant atmosphere. Explore the bustling Mall Road, visit the ancient Hadimba Temple, and relax in the rejuvenating hot springs of Vashisth Ashram.

Rohtang Pass: This high-altitude mountain pass offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding valleys and snow-covered peaks. A gateway to Lahaul and Spiti valleys, Rohtang Pass is a must-visit for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers.

Leh: The enchanting town of Leh is surrounded by majestic mountains and is a hub for Tibetan Buddhist culture. Explore ancient monasteries like Shanti Stupa and Sankar Gompa, visit the royal Leh Palace, and soak in the local markets’ vibrant atmosphere.

Pangong Lake: Located near the Indo-China border, Pangong Lake captivates with its surreal blue waters and stunning backdrop. This serene lake offers a perfect setting for relaxation and reflection amidst the Himalayan beauty.

Nubra Valley: A land of contrasts, Nubra Valley is known for its stark deserts, lush oases, and the unique Bactrian camels. Explore the ancient monasteries of Deskit and Hundar and enjoy a camel safari on the double-humped camels.

Kargil: Infused with historical significance, Kargil marks a turning point in India’s history. Visit the Hall of Fame, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, and enjoy the dramatic landscapes as you drive through this region.

Srinagar: The charming city of Srinagar is famous for its picturesque Dal Lake and Mughal Gardens. Enjoy a Shikara ride on the lake, explore the vibrant local markets, and witness the architectural splendor of Nishat Bagh and other gardens.

Alchi and Lamayuru: These ancient monastic complexes offer insights into Ladakh’s spiritual heritage and showcase intricate wall frescoes and stunning architecture. Alchi’s Choskor and Lamayuru’s dramatic landscapes are captivating.

Chandigarh: Although briefly mentioned, Chandigarh is known for its urban planning and architecture, representing a perfect blend of modernity and nature.

This comprehensive tour takes you through a diverse range of destinations, each offering a unique perspective on India’s history, culture, and natural beauty. From the bustling cities to the serene landscapes, you’ll experience a captivating journey that leaves you with unforgettable memories.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01: Arrive New Delhi 

Delhi International Airport

On arrival meeting assistance & transfer to Hotel. Overnight stay

Day 02:  New Delhi to Chandigarh and Drive to Manali 

In time transfer to New Delhi Railway Station to board Shatabdi Express to Chandigarh.

chandigarh railway station

On arrival meeting assistance at Chandigarh.  After short briefing and introduction with crew / technical support team, proceed to Manali. 325 kms drive will take approx. 8 hours to reach Manali. Check in at the hotel and overnight stay.

Day 02: In Manali 

After a leisurely breakfast, day at leisure to acclimatize or to explore the best of Manali town. One of the most favorite destination for Indian tourist may be crowded with many visitors in summer.

manali market

Explore Mall Road / Hadimba Temple / Vashisth Ashram and hot spring at the temple and post lunch check your gears and essential stuffs for your overland drive to Leh. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel in Manali.

Day 03: Drive Manali Rohtang Pass – Koksar – Keylong 

Depart Manali early in the morning our first halt is Marhi. A barren landscape offering extensive views of the valley and the mountains. We proceed to Rohtang Pass 3790 M, it is most popular with visitors, being one of the highest road point and gateway to LAHAUL and SPITI valleys.

Rohtang Pass

Pass remains closed during winter due to heavy snow from November end to May end. Visitors can drive upto Marhi below Rohtang with similar high altitude topography, forest of Birch, Fir and Spurce.

keylongOnce we cross the Rohtang Pass border we are in the Barren Himalayas with the landscape completely changing. Khoksar is the first village and gate way to Lahaul Night stay in Keylong.

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 04: Drive Keylong – Darcha – Sarchu- Leh 

Get prepared for the most interesting overland high altitude drive up to Leh. May take approx. 10 hours. You will arrive at Darcha (3500 M) it is situated at the junction of Yotche Nullah and the Zanskar chhu which takes off from the Shinkun la. Both these nullahs meet with the main river Bhaga at this place. This is the main point for the trek lovers wish to enter in Zanskar valley or up to Leh.

Baralacha Pass

Drive from this place will take you to BaraLacha Pass (1620 Ft) and further drive to Sarchu which is nearly the mid-point of Manali Leh route. Continue drive to Pang and cross Morai plains and arrive at Tanglangla Pass (5400 M) and enter in Leh Valley.

Your further drive will take you to Upsi by crossing river Indus and follow the highway up to Leh. Check in at your hotel and overnight stay.

Day 05: In Leh:  Visit the town and surrounds 

The morning is at leisure for rest after the long journey. After lunch visit Shanti Stupa, Sankar Gompa, Leh Palace & the markets.

shanti stupa leh ladakh

Sankar Gompa leh ladakh

Leh Palace leh ladakh


Overnight at the hotel.

Day 06: Leh – Pangong Lake (145 kms.) 

Early departure for Pangong Lake (approx. 155 kms, located on the Indo China Border), via Chang-la pass (alt:  17370 ft).

pangong lake ladakh

This famous blue blackish lake is 5 to 6 kms wide and over 144 km long with half of it running to the other side of the Indo-China border. After full day of sightseeing around the Lake check-in at fixed tented camp near the lake at Spangmik or drive back for 30 kms to Tangtse and check into Hotel / Guest House for overnight stay.

Day 07: Pangong – Hemis / Thiksey – Leh 

After breakfast, leave Pangong / Tangtse and retrace the Leh route across Chang-la. Upon reaching Karu, drive across the Indus and visit the famous Hemis Monastery, biggest monastery of Ladakh.


Later drive on to Leh, enroute visiting the picturesque Thiksey monastery. Overnight in hotel.

Day 08: Leh – Khardungla – Nubra  Valley (125 kms.) 

After breakfast leave for Nubra Valley, driving across Khardung-la (alt: 18,380 ft).


After descending from the pass, drive on for sightseeing of Sumoor Village and Samstaling Gompa.


Later check into a fixed camp in the same area or drive across to Deskit / Hundar for overnight in a fixed camp or hotel.

Day 09: Nubra Valley – Khardungla-Leh (125 kms.) 

In the morning visit / explore Deskit , Hundar and the Sand Dunes where you can enjoy a short camel safari using the double-humped Bactrian camel found here (optional on direct payment).

Hundar ladakh

Later drive back to Leh reaching in the late afternoon / evening. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 10: Leh – Alchi – Lamayuru – Kargil 

After leisurely breakfast drive down the Indus Valley on the first leg of your journey to Kargil & Srinagar.

hall of fame leh

On the way, visit Hall of Fame, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Point, Sangam (confluence of Indus & Zanskar Rivers) and then the 11th century Alchi Choskor, oldest surviving monastic complex famous for its wall frescoes and architecture – a UNESCO listed heritage site.

Gurudwara Pathar Sahib

magnetic point leh

Continue drive towards Kargil, enroute visiting the dramatically located Lamayuru monastery and the adjoining “Moonland” hills.


On the way to Kargil you can view the 9-mtrs, tall rock sculpture of the Maitreya Buddha at Mulbek (7th – 8th century AD).

Maitreya Buddha at Mulbek

Overnight in hotel at Kargil.

Day 11: Kargil – Sonamarg – Srinagar (205kms) 

Early departure for Srinagar driving through Drass (famous as the second coldest inhabited place in the world) and crossing the Zoji-la Pass (11,500-ft. / 3,505 m) to reach hill station of Sonamarg from where it’s smooth driving through the beautiful Kashmir countryside to reach Srinagar.

Zoji-la Pass


Overnight in hotel at hotel / Deluxe house boat in Srinagar.

Day 12: In Srinagar 

After a leisurely breakfast get prepared to have a Shikara ride at Dal Lake to see the beauty of the lake and local shopping around.


Back to the main land and explore world famous Mughal Garden / Nishat Bagh. Explore the down town area of Srinagar city and colorful market may attract you for the local souvenirs.

Nishat-Bagh-Srinagar Mughal-Gardens-Srinagar

Back to the hotel / Deluxe house boat and overnight stay.

house boat srinagar

Day 13: Departure Srinagar 

After breakfast you will get transferred to the airport in time to board flight for onward destination.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

q: What is the highlight of the New Delhi visit?
a: The highlight of the New Delhi visit includes iconic landmarks like India Gate, Red Fort, Lotus Temple, and exploring the rich cultural heritage of the city.

q: How can I reach Manali from New Delhi?
a: You can take a Shatabdi Express train from New Delhi to Chandigarh and then drive to Manali, which takes approximately 8 hours.

q: What can I expect to see and do in Manali?
a: In Manali, you can explore the Mall Road, visit the Hadimba Temple, relax in Vashisth Ashram’s hot springs, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of this popular hill station.

q: What is the significance of Rohtang Pass?
a: Rohtang Pass offers stunning panoramic views and serves as a gateway to Lahaul and Spiti valleys, making it a favorite spot for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers.

q: What attractions can I explore in Leh?
a: Leh offers a blend of Tibetan Buddhist culture and breathtaking landscapes. You can visit monasteries like Shanti Stupa and Sankar Gompa, Leh Palace, and the local markets.

q: What is special about Pangong Lake?
a: Pangong Lake’s mesmerizing blue waters and picturesque surroundings make it a serene and captivating destination for relaxation and reflection.

q: What can I experience in Nubra Valley?
a: In Nubra Valley, you can explore the stark deserts, lush oases, visit ancient monasteries like Deskit and Hundar, and enjoy a unique camel safari on the double-humped Bactrian camels.

q: What historical sites can I explore in Kargil?
a: Kargil is known for its historical significance. You can visit the Hall of Fame, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, and witness the dramatic landscapes as you drive through this region.

q: What attractions await in Srinagar?
a: Srinagar offers a Shikara ride on Dal Lake, visits to Mughal Gardens like Nishat Bagh, exploration of local markets, and a charming atmosphere.

q: What makes Alchi and Lamayuru special?
a: Alchi and Lamayuru are ancient monastic complexes with intricate wall frescoes and stunning architecture, providing insights into Ladakh’s spiritual heritage. Lamayuru is known for its dramatic landscapes as well.

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12 Days North India Tour

Ranthambore National Park Game Drive

Tour Overview

Embark on a captivating journey through India’s historical and cultural treasures with this meticulously planned itinerary. Begin in Delhi, where the blend of ancient and contemporary marvels awaits exploration. Witness the majestic Red Fort, Jama Masjid, and the serene Raj Ghat, a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi. Traverse the bustling streets of New Delhi, capturing iconic landmarks like India Gate and the President’s House.

Your journey continues to the captivating Pink City, Jaipur, where the opulent Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, and City Palace beckon. An exciting wildlife adventure awaits at Ranthambore, a renowned tiger reserve, and the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary offers a birdwatcher’s paradise. Delve into the tranquil beauty of Chambal, enjoying river safaris and temple explorations. As you arrive in Agra, marvel at the immortal Taj Mahal, a testament to love and architectural brilliance. Explore the majestic Agra Fort and delight in a captivating magic show.

Your journey concludes with a return to Delhi, leaving you with cherished memories of India’s diverse landscapes and rich history.

Duration:  12 Days/ 11 Nights

Places:  Delhi > Jaipur > Ranthambhore > Bharatpur > Chambal > Agra > Delhi

12 Days North India Tour from Delhi

Destinations Covered

Delhi: The capital city of India, Delhi, is a vibrant metropolis where history and modernity coexist harmoniously. With its seven historical cities, Delhi boasts an array of attractions. From the magnificent Red Fort, a symbol of Mughal grandeur, to the serene Raj Ghat where Mahatma Gandhi rests, the city encapsulates India’s rich past. The bustling lanes of Old Delhi lead to the Jama Masjid, an architectural marvel, while the India Gate and President’s House stand as dignified symbols of modern governance.

Jaipur: Known as the Pink City, Jaipur is a royal destination with a rich cultural heritage. The majestic Amber Fort, perched atop a hill, narrates tales of Rajput valor. The intricate Hawa Mahal, a palace of winds, showcases Rajput architecture’s finesse. City Palace, with its palatial courtyards and museums, offers insights into the royal era. The observatory Jantar Mantar, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, mesmerizes with its astronomical instruments.

Ranthambore: A wildlife enthusiast’s paradise, Ranthambore National Park is famed for its population of Bengal tigers. The dry deciduous forest, dotted with lakes, is home to various wildlife species, including deer, birds, and crocodiles. The imposing Ranthambore Fort offers panoramic views of the surroundings and a glimpse into history.

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary: Also known as Keoladeo Ghana National Park, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a haven for bird lovers. Over 360 bird species, including migratory birds from Siberia, create a symphony of colors. The sanctuary also hosts other wildlife like chital, Nilgai, and reptiles.

Chambal: The Chambal River offers a unique wildlife experience with boat safaris. The Chambal Safari showcases various wildlife, including crocodiles, gharials, and various bird species. The Bateshwar Temples, a complex dedicated to Lord Shiva, display intricate architecture and cultural significance.

Agra: Home to the iconic Taj Mahal, Agra is synonymous with architectural brilliance. The white marble monument of love, Taj Mahal, leaves visitors spellbound. The Agra Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, showcases Mughal architecture’s splendor. Sikandra’s tomb of Emperor Akbar and its tranquil gardens offer historical insights.

This comprehensive itinerary combines historical marvels, natural beauty, and cultural experiences, providing travelers with an immersive exploration of India’s diverse landscapes and heritage.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01:  Arrive Delhi 

On arrival in India you will be greeted and escorted by our executive to your hotel. (Rooms will be available from 1200 Hrs)

Delhi International Airport

In its 3000 years of existence; seven cities have risen where the present capital of India stands.  Here you’ll encounter a fascinating blend of the ancient and the contemporary. Where government buildings, medieval palaces and bazaars exist beside a modern metropolis.  Delhi is a city waiting to be explored.

Overnight in the Hotel

Day 02:   Delhi 

After breakfast enjoy the sightseeing of Delhi.

Visit the Red Fort   the 17th century imposing fortress built in red sandstone is surrounded by a huge 33m high boundary wall. Inside are exquisite palaces and beautiful gardens.

Red Fort

Opposite the Red Fort lies Jama Masjid (Friday Mosque) made of red sandstone and white marble, completed in 1656 at a cost of one million Rupees has perfect proportions.

Jama Masjid DelhiJama Masjid is India’s largest mosque where more than 20.000 people can kneel in prayer. The interior of the prayer hall is divided into aisles by arches. The walls and floors are of marble inlay panels.

Mahatma Gandhi's Memorial DelhiAlso visit the Raj Ghat on the banks of the river Yamuna, Mahatma Gandhi’s Memorial, where he was cremated following his assassination in January 1948. The memorial lies in the midst of landscaped gardens and made of a simple square platform of black marble inscribed with his last words “Hey Ram”. An eternal flame burns 24 hours.

India GateIn the afternoon visit New Delhi. You will drive past India Gate   Built of Bharatpur stone, commemorates the 70,000 Indian soldiers who died in the 1st world war. 13516 names of British and Indian soldiers killed in the Afghan War of 1919 are engraved on the arch and foundations. Photo stop at Rashtrapati Bhawan once the Viceroy’s residence is now the official residence of the President of India.

Rashtrapati Bhawan

Visit the Humayun’s Tomb, built by his wife Haji Begum in the 16th. Century. An early example of Mughal architecture considered the predecessor of the Taj Mahal.

humayun's tomb

Later visit the Qutub Minar   the landmark of Delhi, a huge tower of victory started in 1199 and completed in 1368. The minar is 72.5m high with a diameter at the base 14.4m and 2.7m at the top. The tower has 379 steps to the top.

Qutub Minar

Overnight in the Hotel

Day 03:  Delhi / Jaipur (Approx. 258 Kms / 05 Hrs)

After breakfast drive to Jaipur.

Jaipur- the City of Victory was originally Sawai Jaipur, named after its founder Sawai Jai Singh II (1700-1743). The sunset-pink tinge of its walls, buildings, temples and emporia gave it the name Pink City, the name in which it became famous throughout the world.


On arrival in Jaipur, check in at the hotel.

Overnight in the hotel

Day 04:   Jaipur

After breakfast enjoys an excursion trip which takes you to Amber Fort on Jeep / Elephants.

Elephant ride to the fort

This city Fort is situated 130m high with the Aravalli hills all around it in a valley 11 km north of Jaipur. It was the ancient capital of the Kachhawaha Rajputs till 1037.

Hawa Mahal jaipur

En route, make a photo stop at the Palace of Winds (Hawa Mahal). It is a 5 storied building from the 18th century having 953 windows and niches made so that the ladies of the Royal family.

In the afternoon visit the “Pink City” of Jaipur.

You will visit City Palace, which houses the Royal residence and museums with collections of textiles and costumes, armoury, manuscripts, paintings etc.

City Palace jaipur

Also visit Royal Observatory (Jantar Mantar-1728-34) built by king astrologer Jai Singh II. The instruments are built of stone with marble facing on the important plains for measuring the harmony of the heavens. Each instrument serves a particular function and each gives an accurate reading.

Jantar Mantar jaipur

Enjoy Rickshaw ride in Jaipur

Overnight in the Hotel

Day 05:  Jaipur / Ranthambore (Approx. 180 Kms / 04 Hrs)

After breakfast drive to Ranthambore.

Ranthambore National Park Fort

Ranthambore is one of the finest tiger reserves in India nestled in the Aravallis it is home to a variety of flora and fauna. The park along with the contiguous regions of Kela Devi and Sawai Man Singh parks forms a good biosphere along the Chambal River, which separates it from Madhya Pradesh.

Ranthambore National Park

On arrival, transfer to the Hotel.

Dinner & Overnight in the Hotel

Day 06:   Ranthambore         

Early morning enjoy game drive in the park

Return to the hotel for breakfast.  Ranthambore is a dry deciduous forest replete with several lakes, rivulets and a magnificent ancient fort overlooking the park. The wildlife that one can see here are a large variety of birds, including an impressive number of waterfowl and birds of prey.

Ranthambore National Park Game Drive

In the afternoon set out for another game drive.

Dinner & Overnight in the Hotel

Day 07:   Ranthambore / Bharatpur (240 Kms – 5 ½ Hrs drive)

After breakfast, drive to Bharatpur.

Bharatpur Bird SanctuaryBharatpur Bird Sanctuary or Keoladeo Ghana National Park, which was established in 1956. This 29 sq km marshland is one of the finest bird sanctuaries in the world with over 360 species of birds, out of which 117 are the local birds. Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, it used to be a part of the private shooting reserve of the Maharaja of Bharatpur.

bharatpur Among many bird species to be seen are egrets, storks, ducks, Chinese coots, kingfishers, spoonbills, sarus cranes and several birds of prey, including falcon, marsh harrier and eagle. Alone 80 species of ducks can be spotted here. There are also chital, Nilgai, deer, wild cats, hyenas and wild boar whilst near the entrance there are usually some very large rock pythons.

During November to February the northern hemisphere migratory birds visit the park from China, Europe and Siberia, including the rare Siberian Crane.

On arrival Check in at Hotel.

Overnight at the hotel

Day 08: Bharatpur / Chambal  (125 Kms – 2 ½ Hrs drive)

Morning enjoy the Rickshaw ride in Bharatpur.

Rickshaw ride in Bharatpur

Later drive to Chambal, on the way visit Fatehpur Sikri, the beautiful and deserted medieval city built by Akbar the Great in the 16th century to serve as the capital of his vast empire.

fatehpur sikri

The complex consists of religious, residential and administrative buildings. The Mosque is considered a copy for the Mosque at Mecca and is extremely elegant, containing elements of Hindu and Persian design.  Housed here is the Shrine of Sheikh Salim Chisti one of the greatest of Sufi saints of the Muslim world.

On arrival, transfer to the hotel and check in.

Boat Ride at Chambal River

Later enjoy the special Nature walk along the river banks, around the ravines and in the fields surrounding the National Chambal Sanctuary.

National Chambal Sanctuary

Overnight at the hotel

Day 09: Chambal  

After breakfast, enjoy the River Safari. The calm and gentle waters of the Chambal River are best explored on boats and the River Safari provides spectacular opportunities to view the wildlife.

Chambal Safari
Chambal Safari

The Chambal Safari boatmen are exceptionally skilled at cutting the boat engines, and maneuvering as close to the birds and animals as possible without disturbing them. Trained naturalists accompany visitors and provide expert information on the Chambal wildlife. The River Safari is a most relaxing, enjoyable and special experience.

Afternoon  enjoy the trip to Bateshwar Temples.

Bateshwar TemplesThe ancient temple complex at Bateshwar on the river Yamuna, 10 km from the Chambal Safari Lodge, consists of more than a hundred temples dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva. Referred to as Surajpur in ancient texts, Bateshwar derives its current name from its reigning deity Lord Bateshwar Mahadev (another name for Shiva).

Day 10:  Chambal / Agra   (70 Kms – 1 ½ Hrs drive)

After breakfast drive to Agra.

Agra stands on the right bank of the river Yamuna, was once the seat of the Mughal rulers, the zenith of art and an enshrined romance. A town famous for its beautiful medieval monuments. The passion of the Mughals for building endowed it with some of the loveliest buildings in the world.


Later visit Taj Mahal (Closed on Fridays) – A poignant poetry in marble, stands serene and

The most extravagant monument ever built for love is a tribute to the timelessness of art and love. The inimitable poem in white marble, one of the seven modern wonders of the world, the finest expression of love of Emperor Shah Jahan for his queen Mumtaz who died giving birth to their 14th child, is located on the banks of the Yamuna river here. The construction of the Taj had commenced in 1631AD and had ended in 1653AD. Workers were gathered from all over the country and from central Asia. About 20,000 people were recruited to translate this dream into reality. The main architect was Isa Khan who was brought from Iran.

Red Fort Agra

Later visit Agra Fort, -Built by the great Emperor Akbar in 1565 AD, the fort is a masterpiece of design and construction. Within the fort are a number of exquisite buildings, including the Moti Masjid, Diwane-I-Am, Diwane-I-Khas and Musamman Burj, where the Emperor Shah Jahan died in imprisonment, besides Jahangir’s Palace, Khaas Mahal and the Sheesh Mahal.

Also enjoy the Magic Show in Agra.

Overnight in the hotel

Day 11:   Agra – Delhi (203 Kms – 5 Hrs drive)

After leisurely breakfast drive to Delhi, on the way visit Sikandra.

Sikandra Agra

Sikandra: The mausoleum of the great Mughal King Akbar (1556-1605). Akbar began building it during his lifetime and his son, the Mughal Emperor Jahangir, completed it. It has a large arched entrance and green lawns, on which deer can be seen grazing, surround the tomb

Arrive Delhi and check in at the Hotel.

Overnight in the Hotel

Day 12:  Delhi Departure

In time transfer to the airport to board the flight back home.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

q: What is the highlight of Delhi’s attractions?
a: Delhi’s attractions encompass a blend of historical and modern landmarks, including the iconic Red Fort, Jama Masjid, India Gate, and the President’s House.

q: What is Jaipur famous for?
a: Jaipur, known as the Pink City, is renowned for its grandeur and cultural heritage, with attractions like the majestic Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, and City Palace.

q: What makes Ranthambore National Park special?
a: Ranthambore National Park is famous for its Bengal tiger population and diverse wildlife, set in a dry deciduous forest with lakes and the historic Ranthambore Fort.

q: What can be experienced at Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary?
a: Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary offers an exceptional birdwatching experience with over 360 bird species, including migratory birds from Siberia, amidst lakes and lush surroundings.

q: What’s unique about Chambal?
a: Chambal River offers river safaris showcasing diverse wildlife such as crocodiles and gharials, while the Bateshwar Temples offer insights into ancient architecture and culture.

q: What are the main attractions of Agra?
a: Agra is renowned for the magnificent Taj Mahal, the Agra Fort, and the serene Sikandra tomb of Emperor Akbar, all showcasing exquisite Mughal architecture.

q: What is the significance of the Bateshwar Temples?
a: The Bateshwar Temples complex is dedicated to Lord Shiva and showcases intricate architecture, providing a cultural glimpse into India’s historical past.

q: How can one explore the Chambal River’s wildlife?
a: The Chambal Safari offers a unique river safari experience with skilled boatmen, providing close encounters with wildlife like crocodiles and various bird species.

q: What is the appeal of the Amber Fort in Jaipur?
a: The Amber Fort is perched atop a hill and narrates tales of Rajput valor through its architecture, history, and panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

q: What’s special about the Keoladeo Ghana National Park?
a: Keoladeo Ghana National Park, also known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for hosting over 360 bird species, including rare migratory birds, amidst scenic lakes and marshland.

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16 Days Offbeat Rajasthan Tour


Tour Overview

Embark on an extraordinary journey through the heart of India with our comprehensive 16-day tour. Beginning in the vibrant capital city of Delhi, your adventure unfolds with visits to iconic sites such as the India Gate, Qutub Minar, and the regal President’s House. Travel to the spiritual town of Pushkar, where the Brahma Temple and tranquil Pushkar Lake beckon. Continue to the historic town of Jojawar, where horseback and train safaris immerse you in the local culture and stunning landscapes.

In Udaipur, the City Palace and Sahelion Ki Bari await, while Jodhpur boasts the majestic Mehrangarh Fort. A camel safari through the Thar Desert takes you to the enchanting Osian Temples and Sam Sand Dunes, allowing you to savor desert life. Explore Jaisalmer’s golden fortresses before reaching the camel breeding farm in Bikaner. Discover the artistic havelis of Mandawa and the regal palaces of Jaipur, from the Amber Fort to the majestic Hawa Mahal.

This unforgettable journey concludes in Delhi, leaving you with a treasure trove of memories and experiences that showcase the diverse facets of India’s rich heritage.

Duration:  16 Days / 15 Nights

Places:  Delhi > Pushkar > Jojawar > Udaipur > Jodhpur > Dabdi > Osian > Sodakore > Jaisalmer > Sam > Bikaner > Mandawa > Jaipur > Delhi

16 Days Offbeat Rajasthan Tour from Delhi

Destinations Covered

Delhi: Delhi, the political and cultural capital of India, welcomes you with its bustling streets, historical monuments, and modern marvels. From the impressive India Gate to the ornate Laxmi Narayan Temple, Delhi offers a glimpse into both its colonial past and contemporary vibrancy.

Pushkar: A serene and spiritual town, Pushkar is famous for its sacred Pushkar Lake and the Brahma Temple dedicated to Lord Brahma, one of the few in the world. Its narrow streets, bustling markets, and vibrant atmosphere make it a unique destination.

Jojawar: Nestled amidst the Aravalli hills, Jojawar offers a tranquil rural experience. The train safari here provides an insight into local life, while the majestic Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur and the stunning Marwari horseback safari showcase the region’s rich heritage.

Udaipur: Known as the City of Lakes, Udaipur exudes romance and beauty. The City Palace and Jagdish Temple reveal its royal history, while the serene Sahelion Ki Bari and the artsy Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir showcase its cultural side.

Jodhpur: The Blue City of Jodhpur is dominated by the imposing Mehrangarh Fort, offering stunning panoramic views of the city. Ranakpur’s intricately carved Jain Temples en route to Jodhpur showcase the region’s architectural brilliance.

Sam Sand Dunes: The captivating Sam Sand Dunes near Jaisalmer offer a true desert experience. Enjoy a camel ride through the dunes, witness breathtaking sunsets, and immerse yourself in Rajasthani folk music and dance.

Bikaner: Bikaner boasts the remarkable Junagarh Fort and the fascinating Karnimata Temple, where rats are revered. Visit the Camel Breeding Farm to learn about the breeding and care of camels, a quintessential part of desert life.

Mandawa: The town of Mandawa in the Shekhawati region is famed for its ornate havelis adorned with exquisite frescoes. These mansions tell stories of the past through their intricate artwork.

Jaipur: Known as the Pink City, Jaipur dazzles with its colorful architecture and vibrant culture. The Amber Fort, City Palace, Hawa Mahal, and the astronomical Jantar Mantar observatory highlight its royal history and scientific achievements.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 1: Welcome to Delhi

Delhi International Airport

Welcome to the political and Cultural Capital of India – Delhi. Traditional welcome at the airport by our representative and transfer to hotel.

Day 2: Delhi – Pushkar (390 km from Delhi, 07 hrs drive)

After a early breakfast proceed half day sightseeing tour of Delhi where ornate buildings recall the days when India was the Jewel in the crown of the British Empire.

Rashtrapati BhawanVisit the India Gate and the grand Government buildings, the President’s House, Mahatama Gandhi Memorial and also visit Laxmi Narayan temple popularly known as Birla Temple and the 11th century Qutab Minar.

Qutub Minar

After lunch we leave for Pushkar. On arrival check in to the hotel and freshen up. An interesting dinner under the stars with the Rajasthani cultural folk music and dances awaits you. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 3: Pushkar

brahma temple pushkar

After breakfast, go for a full day sightseeing and visit the Brahma temple (said to be one of the few temples in the world dedicated to this deity) Pushkar Lake, Man Mahal and Savitri temple in Pushkar.

Pushkar Lake

Also visit the famous Dargah Sharif at Ajmer. Relax at the resort after a full day of sightseeing and shopping. Overnight at the resort in Pushkar.

Ajmer Sharif

Day 4: Pushkar – Jojawar (160 km from Pushkar, 3½ hrs drive)

After a leisurely breakfast, check out of the hotel and enjoy a beautiful drive to Jojawar. Check in to the hotel and lunch at the hotel. After lunch we proceed for an amazing insight into the village life and its surroundings on the back of the famous Marwari Horses.


Return back well in time to enjoy the Rajasthani dinner, dance and music, a perfect end to a lovely day. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 5: Jojawar

A very exciting day awaits you; after breakfast we start the day with train Safari which is one of the major attractions at Jojawar.

jojawar train safariThe train safari takes you through the beautiful & scenic Aravallis passing through tunnels and bridges overlooking the dazzling lake and the forest around it. This gives a good insight into the local tribal life.

The train journey will be followed by the Jeep safari organized to the neighboring tribal and Rebari settlements where one could interact and peep into the rich rural culture of Rajasthan and later visit a famous tribal horse lord temple where high tea is served just around sunset.

jojawar jeep safariEnthusiasts could also opt for four wheel driving. A real exciting day comes to an end and we look forward to a beautiful dinner under the stars.

Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 6: Jojawar – Udaipur (150 km from Jojawar, 3hrs drive)

After breakfast we drive to Udaipur, the city of lakes. The city was built in 1559 A.D. by Maharaja Udai Singh and has been described as the most romantic spot in the continent of India.

City Palace udaipur

jagdish temple udaipur

Saheliyon ki bari udaipur

pichola lake udaipur

Visit the City Palace museum, the Jagdish temple, Sahelion Ki Bari (Queen’s resort for their friends) Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir (Folk art museum) and the Pratap Memorial. We will also visit the Shilpgram, a tribute to the Rajasthani rural life and the craftsmen.

Overnight stay at the hotel in Udaipur.

Day 7: Udaipur – Jodhpur (185 kms from Udaipur, 4-5 hrs drive)

After breakfast proceed by road to Jodhpur. Enroute visit the Ranakpur Jain Temples.

Ranakpur Jain Temple

Ranakpur is widely known for its marble Jain temple, and for a much older Sun Temple which lies opposite the former. In general, the Jain temples of Ranakpur present a distinct style of their own. The ceilings of the temples are adorned with foliage scroll work and geometric patterns. The top and bottom part of the domes are joined by Brackets with figures of deities on them.

Arrival in Jodhpur and visit the Umaid Bhavan Palace Museum.

Umaid Bhawan Palace MuseumEvening at leisure and over night stay in Jodhpur.

Day 8: Jodhpur – Dabdi (70 kms from Jodhpur, 1½ hrs drive)

Check out of the hotel after an early morning breakfast and start the day with the morning sight seeing of Jodhpur which includes the massive Mehrangarh fort.


This massive Mehrangarh fort came first and around it grew the city of Jodhpur protected by a high stone wall with seven gates and countless bastions) en route Osian.

osianOn arrival at the resort we begin our adventure of the camel safari. Packed lunch will be served in the afternoon arrival at village Bikamkor with a packed lunch. On arrival you will be met by our Safari staff and Camel riders. Then start your Camel Safari for village Dabdi, a two hour ride. Just before sunset, arrive at your exclusive mobile safari camp. Enjoy an evening under the stars followed by a candlelit dinner. Over night at the Dabdi dunes. Distance covered-9 kms.

Day 9: Dabdi – Osian

After breakfast we will start our safari through the Thar Desert. After a four hour ride we approach the oasis village ‘Khetasar’ where we visit the local weavers and the potters. Here lunch will be served by the oasis or at a village hut. After lunch resume the safari for the resort covering a total distance of 25 Km.


Alternatively for those not wanting to proceed to the resort by camel, Jeeps will be waiting to take you to the resort and there the afternoon can be spent enjoying the swimming pool located on the highest sand-dune.

Evening folk entertainment followed by dinner. Overnight at the resort in Osian.

Day 10 : Osian – Sodakore (200 kms from Osian, 5 hrs drive)

After breakfast take a short tour of the famous Osian Temples and then proceed to Sodakore.

osian-templesOsian temple is a cluster of ruined Brahmanical and Jain temples dating from the 8th to 11th  centuries. The city was a major religious centre of the kingdom of Marwar during the Pratihara dynasty. Of the 18 shrines in the group, the Surya or Sun Temple and the later Kali temple, Sachiya Mata Temple and the main Jain temple dedicated to Lord Mahavira stands out in their grace and architecture.


Arrival at the nature resort in Sodakore which offers Organic food, farm fresh dairy and poultry products. In the evening enjoy the village safaris interacting with the vibrant village community and a walk around the Amla Orchard.

Overnight at the resort with cultural dinner.

Day 11 : Sodakore – Jaisalmer – Sam (110 kms from Sodakore, 3 hrs drive)

Check out of the resort after breakfast and proceed for sightseeing of Jaisalmer which includes the golden-hued Jaisalmer fort, Nathmalji ki Haveli, Patwon ki Haveli, Salim singh ki Haveli.

Jaisalmer Fort

patwon ki haveli jaisalmer

After sightseeing of Jaisalmer proceed for the Sam Sand Dunes, the perfect place to enjoy & experience a desert life.

jaisalmerEnjoy the sun set on the back of Camel in the dunes followed by dance, music, cocktails and dinner in the dunes under the stars.

Overnight at the camp in Sam.

Day 12 : Sam – Bikaner (380 kms from Jaisalmer, 6-7 hrs drive)

After breakfast proceed by road to Bikaner enjoying the small villages and rural sights of Rajasthan with its sand dunes. Over night stay in Bikaner.

Day 13 : Bikaner – Mandawa (190 km from Bikaner, 4hrs drive)

junagarh-fort-palaceAfter breakfast visit the Junagarh Fort, constructed between 1588-1593 by Raja Jai Singh, a general in the Mughal Emperor Akbar’s army followed by the Karnimata Temple at Deshnok; famous as the rat temple.

Karni Mata Temple Karni Mata Temple

Also visit the prestigious camel breeding farm in the evening around 1530hrs and proceed to Mandawa, a small and bustling town in the Shekhawati region lying north of Jaipur.


Its importance lies in the splendidly frescoed havelis or mansions – mostly constructed by the prosperous merchants, between the 18th and 20th centuries.

Overnight at the hotel in Mandawa.

Day 14: Mandawa – Jaipur (160 km from Mandawa, 4hrs drive)

After brunch check out of the hotel and start for Jaipur. Arrival in Jaipur by the evening and check in to the hotel.

Day 15 : Jaipur

amber fort jaipur

Full day sightseeing of Jaipur which includes places of interest like the City Palace, Jaigarh Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and Amber Fort.

City Palace jaipur

Jantar Mantar jaipurThe steep approach to the Amber Palace gives you an opportunity to enjoy an elephant ride up the hill like a King and a Queen with a scintillating view of the lake below surrounded by hills.

Elephant ride to the fort

Late evening free for independent activities or shopping. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 16 : Jaipur – Delhi (260 km from Jaipur, 5 hrs drive approx))

After breakfast check out of the hotel and proceed to Delhi Airport as per your further flight.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q1: What is the starting point of the tour?
A1: The tour begins in Delhi, the political and cultural capital of India.

Q2: What are the major attractions in Pushkar?
A2: Pushkar is famous for its Brahma Temple, Pushkar Lake, and the Dargah Sharif at Ajmer.

Q3: What unique experience does Jojawar offer?
A3: Jojawar offers a horseback safari, allowing you to explore the village life and scenic landscapes of Rajasthan.

Q4: Which iconic monument dominates the skyline of Jodhpur?
A4: The Mehrangarh Fort, a majestic fortress, dominates the skyline of Jodhpur.

Q5: What can you experience at Sam Sand Dunes?
A5: At Sam Sand Dunes near Jaisalmer, you can enjoy camel rides, witness stunning sunsets, and indulge in Rajasthani folk music and dance.

Q6: What is the significance of Ranakpur in the itinerary?
A6: Ranakpur is known for its intricately carved Jain Temples, showcasing the region’s architectural brilliance.

Q7: What are the highlights of Udaipur?
A7: Udaipur, the City of Lakes, is known for the City Palace, Jagdish Temple, Sahelion Ki Bari, and the artsy Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandir.

Q8: How is the desert life experienced in Bikaner?
A8: Bikaner offers a visit to the Camel Breeding Farm, showcasing the breeding and care of camels, an essential aspect of desert life.

Q9: What is special about Mandawa?
A9: Mandawa is known for its ornate havelis with intricate frescoes, offering a glimpse into the region’s historical and artistic heritage.

Q10: How does the tour end?
A10: The tour concludes in Delhi after exploring the vibrant cities, historical landmarks, and cultural treasures of Rajasthan.

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10 Days South India Splendors Tour

kapaleeswarar temple chennai

Tour Overview

Explore the vibrant tapestry of South India on this captivating 10-day journey. Embark from Chennai, a city steeped in history, and embark on a full-day exploration, delving into the city’s treasures like the Museum and Art Gallery, the impressive Fort St. George, and the resplendent Marina Beach. Venture forth to Madurai, a city of devotion and architectural splendor, where you’ll witness the awe-inspiring Meenakshi Temple and partake in an enchanting aarti ceremony.

Traverse to Periyar, where the lush landscapes house thrilling encounters with elephants and the wilderness during a boat ride. Engage in a jeep safari through the charming hills, immersed in the aroma of spices, and connect with local tribes. Continue your journey to the serene backwaters of Kumarakom, where you’ll embark on a rejuvenating houseboat voyage.

Wind through Alleppey to the captivating Cochin, where the echoes of colonial history blend seamlessly with traditional Indian culture. Marvel at Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue, and the iconic Chinese fishing nets. Immerse yourself in the ancient martial art of Kalaripayattu, and savor the rich legacy of Kerala before departing from Cochin.

Duration:  10 Days / 9 Night

Places:  Chennai > Madurai > Periyar > Kumarakom > Alleppey > Cochin

10 Days South India Splendors Tour from Chennai

Destinations Covered

Chennai: Begin your journey in the bustling metropolis of Chennai, a city that seamlessly blends its rich history with modernity. Explore its colonial past through the monumental Fort St. George and the ancient St. Mary’s Church within the fort complex. Stroll along the Marina Beach, one of the world’s longest urban beaches, and witness the grandeur of Kapaleeswarar Temple and San Thome Cathedral. Immerse yourself in the city’s vibrant culture at the Flower & Fruit Market and the bustling streets.

Madurai: Step into the heart of Tamil culture in Madurai, a city famous for its majestic Meenakshi Temple, a masterpiece of Dravidian architecture adorned with intricate carvings. Visit the Thirumalai Nayak Palace, a testimony to regal splendor, and experience the spirituality of the city through the divine rituals at Meenakshi Temple.

Periyar: Immerse yourself in the wilderness of Periyar National Park, where the serene Periyar Lake offers the opportunity to spot wildlife during a tranquil boat ride. Engage with elephants at an Elephant Camp, and venture on a jeep safari through spice plantations, cascading hills, and tribal villages. Feel the harmony of nature as you explore this lush paradise.

Kumarakom: Journey to the enchanting backwaters of Kumarakom, a serene paradise renowned for its natural beauty and tranquil surroundings. Let the soothing backwaters, swaying palms, and picturesque landscapes wash away your worries. This is your time to relax, rejuvenate, and savor the serene ambiance.

Alleppey: Embark on a unique experience as you cruise the mesmerizing backwaters of Alleppey on a traditional houseboat. Drift through the narrow canals, catch glimpses of local life, and savor delicious cuisine onboard. Witness the magical allure of Kerala’s backwaters as you spend a day immersed in its beauty.

Cochin: Immerse yourself in Cochin’s rich heritage, where colonial influences meet local traditions. Wander through the atmospheric lanes, admire the intricate architecture of the Dutch Palace, and explore the vibrant Jewish Synagogue. Gaze upon the iconic Chinese fishing nets, take in the rhythms of Kathakali dance, and witness the ancient martial art form of Kalaripayattu.

This captivating journey through South India takes you on a diverse exploration of culture, history, spirituality, and natural beauty, offering a rich tapestry of experiences that will stay with you long after the tour concludes.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01: Arrive Chennai 

Chennai International Airport

You will arrive at Chennai Airport. Following customs, immigration formalities and baggage collection, our representative will meet you as you exit the arrival terminal after which you would be transferred to your hotel. Check in to your hotel. Stay overnight at hotel.

Day 02: Chennai

Full day sightseeing tour of Chennai. Founded in 1639, Chennai was the site of the first settlement of the East India Company. Sightseeing tour of the city visiting the Museum and Art Gallery ( closed on Friday).

Flower & Fruit Market Chennai

Drive through the Flower & Fruit Market; visit the Fort St. George (closed on Friday), which once served as the very first bastion of the East India Company. Within the Fort complex, is also the oldest Anglican Church in India, St Mary’s Church, built in 1678-1680.

fort st. george chennai

Drive along the Marina Beach, one of the longest beaches in the world.

kapaleeswarar temple chennaiAlso visit Kapaleeswarar Temple   (temple remain closed from 1230 -1600 hours) & San Thome Cathedral, which is said to contain the remains of St. Thomas the Apostle (Doubting Thomas) and drive past the Marina Beach.

marina beach chennai

Stay overnight at hotel.

Day 03: Chennai – Madurai (Flight) 

Breakfast at hotel. In -time transfer to airport to connect  flight to Madurai.

Arrive Madurai – Meeting and assistance on arrival at airport and transfer to hotel.

Thirumalai-Nayaka-PalaceAfternoon city tour visit the Thirumalai Nayak Palace and magnificent Shree Meenakshi temple – an excellent example of Dravidian architecture.

meenakshi temple madurai

Evening witness aarti ceremony at Meenakshi Temple. Stay overnight at hotel.

Day 04: Madurai – Periyar (Surface Drive) 

Drive to Thekkady. Arrive Periyar and check-in at hotel.

Elephant Camp periyar

Afternoon proceed for Elephant Camp – Elephant ride, bathing, washing, feeding, commanding and timber dragging.

Day 05: Periyar 

Early morning proceed for the boat ride in the Park for wildlife viewing.


Return for the breakfast at hotel. In the afternoon enjoy jeep safari to Ottakathalemedu Cross hills (approx 1500 meters above sea level).

Spice Plantation PeriyarDrive through cardamom coffee, pepper plantation to chellarcovil mettu  (1200 meters high from sea level). A small walk though the area (Black Tea/ cardamom tea & local snack served on the hill). En-route visiting the spice plantations cardamom, pepper, coffee, cinnamon, vanilla  and different spices.

tribal village periyarVisit Tribal village during the Jeep Safari.  Stay overnight at hotel/ resort.

Day 06: Periyar – Kumarakom (Surface Drive)

After breakfast, proceed to Kumarakom – the spectacular and inviting backwater destination. Arrive at Kumarakom by noon. Check-in to your hotel.

KumarakomThe rest of the day is at leisure to explore the beauty of the natural surrounding and serenity of the beaches. Stay overnight at hotel.

Day 07: Kumarakom – Alleppey (HouseBoat)

Breakfast at Hotel. By noon board Houseboat from resort jetty.


Lunch on board, cruise through the canals, witness the  serenity of the surroundings and the local lifestyle. Dinner on board.

Day 08: Alleppey – Cochin (Surface Drive) 

Awake early to experience a magical backwater morning. Breakfast on board Houseboat.

Disembark Houseboat (around 0930 hours) at Alleppey, where you will be met and transferred to Cochin, a short drive away. Upon arrival check in at the hotel. Afternoon is free for individual activities.

Kochi chinese fishnets

Cochin is a fascinating blend of medieval Portugal, Holland, an English country village and the local tropical Malabar culture. Here you see the India’s oldest church, old fashioned Chinese fishing nets, a classical Indian dance performance and five hundred year old Portuguese houses as you tour Cochin, a quiet seaside city in Kerala found here. Kathakali-dance

Evening witness Kathakali Dance performance in regular theater. Stay overnight at hotel.

Day 09: Cochin 

Mattancherry Dutch PalacePost breakfast proceed for a sightseeing tour of Cochin visiting the Dutch Palace (closed on Fridays), Jewish Synagogue (closed on Fridays and Saturdays).


Also visit the cantilevered Chinese fishing nets, St. Francis Church where Vasco da Gama was originally buried, and the Santa Cruz Church with its pastel colored interior and carved wooden panels.

St. Francis Church

Also witness the traditional martial of South India – Kalaripayattu.  Kalaripayattu is the oldest martial art form of Kerala in South India, is formed by the combination of two words Kalari means school, gymnasium and Payattu means to fight or exercise. This unique martial art form is said to be more than 2000 years old.

kalaripayattu danceStay overnight at hotel.

Day 10: Cochin 

In-time transfer from hotel to airport to board onward flight.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q1: What are the main destinations covered in this tour?
A1: This tour covers Chennai, Madurai, Periyar, Kumarakom, Alleppey, and Cochin in South India.

Q2: What attractions can I expect to see in Chennai?
A2: In Chennai, you can explore attractions like the Fort St. George, St. Mary’s Church, Marina Beach, Kapaleeswarar Temple, and San Thome Cathedral.

Q3: What is the highlight of Madurai?
A3: The highlight of Madurai is the magnificent Meenakshi Temple, an excellent example of Dravidian architecture, and the Thirumalai Nayak Palace.

Q4: What experiences can I enjoy in Periyar?
A4: In Periyar, you can engage with elephants at an Elephant Camp, go on a boat ride on Periyar Lake for wildlife viewing, and take a jeep safari through spice plantations and tribal villages.

Q5: What is special about Kumarakom?
A5: Kumarakom is known for its enchanting backwaters, serene surroundings, and picturesque landscapes, providing a perfect setting for relaxation.

Q6: How can I experience the backwaters of Alleppey?
A6: You can experience the backwaters of Alleppey by boarding a traditional houseboat, where you’ll cruise through narrow canals, witness local life, and enjoy the tranquility of the surroundings.

Q7: What attractions await in Cochin?
A7: Cochin offers attractions like the Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue, Chinese fishing nets, St. Francis Church, and the chance to witness Kathakali dance and Kalaripayattu martial art.

Q8: How do I explore these destinations?
A8: You’ll explore these destinations through guided tours, sightseeing, boat rides, safaris, and immersive cultural experiences.

Q9: What are the key activities in this tour?
A9: Key activities include visiting temples, experiencing backwaters on a houseboat, wildlife viewing, exploring historic sites, and witnessing traditional performances.

Q10: How does the tour end?
A10: The tour concludes in Cochin, where you can enjoy a final sightseeing tour before departing for your onward journey.

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7 Days Odisha Tour

Konark temple

Tour Overview

Embark on an enriching journey through the culturally vibrant state of Odisha with this tour. Starting in Bhubaneswar, the capital city, you’ll be guided through a remarkable blend of history and natural beauty. Witness the awe-inspiring Konark Sun Temple, a 13th-century marvel and one of India’s seven wonders, before unwinding on the golden sands of Puri’s pristine beach. Explore Raghurajpur, a village renowned for its Patachitra art, and Pipili, famous for its exquisite appliqué handicrafts.

Delve into Bhubaneswar’s rich heritage, visiting the Peace Pagoda at Dhauli and the ancient rock edicts, then venture into the rock-cut caves of Khandagiri and Udayagiri. Traverse the ‘Diamond Triangle’ of Ratnagiri, Udayagiri, and Lalitagiri, where Buddhist monasteries and stupas abound, showcasing a captivating facet of Odisha’s history. Venture into the breathtaking Bhitarkanika National Park, home to saltwater crocodiles, diverse bird species, and the Olive Ridley Sea Turtles.

Your unforgettable journey ends with cherished memories and a sense of Odisha’s cultural and natural treasures as you return home from Bhubaneswar Airport.

Duration:  7 Days / 6 Nights

Places:  Bhubaneswar > Puri > Raghurajpur > Pipili > Bhubaneswar > Ratnagiri > Udaygiri > Lalitagiri > Ratnagiri > Bhubaneswar

7 Days Odisha Tour from Bhubaneswar

Destinations Covered

Bhubaneswar: The tour commences in Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha, known for its rich history and ancient temples. This city is a treasure trove of historical and cultural landmarks. Visitors are welcomed by its unique blend of old-world charm and modern growth.

Konark Sun Temple: A visit to the Konark Sun Temple offers an awe-inspiring journey into architectural brilliance. This 13th-century marvel, also known as the Black Pagoda, is an exquisite ode to the sun god Surya. The intricately carved stone structure is a testament to the creative genius of ancient India.

Puri: The tour moves to Puri, a coastal gem famous for its golden beaches and the revered Jagannath Temple. The allure of Puri lies not just in its natural beauty but also in its spiritual significance, making it a significant pilgrimage destination.

Raghurajpur: This village is an art lover’s paradise, renowned for Patachitra paintings, a traditional Odishan art form. Raghurajpur is a living art gallery where artisans create intricate paintings, presenting a glimpse into the region’s cultural heritage.

Pipili: Pipili is a vibrant town known for its colorful appliqué handicrafts. The streets are adorned with these exquisite fabrics that are used for various purposes, from decorations to garments. The craftsmanship of Pipili artisans is a sight to behold.

Bhubaneswar Sightseeing: Dhauli, a site of historical significance, stands as a symbol of Emperor Ashoka’s transformation from a conqueror to a follower of Buddhism. The Peace Pagoda or Shanti Stupa, with its serene surroundings, offers a spiritual retreat. The Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves hold ancient rock-cut architecture and a glimpse into the life of ascetics.

Ratnagiri, Udayagiri, Lalitagiri: These three sites form the “Diamond Triangle” of Buddhist heritage in Odisha. Explore ancient monasteries, stupas, and museums that provide insights into the region’s Buddhist past. Lalitagiri, with its Pushpagiri University campus, adds an educational dimension to the journey.

Bhitarkanika National Park: Venture into the fascinating wilderness of Bhitarkanika, a biodiversity hotspot and one of India’s largest viable mangrove ecosystems. From saltwater crocodiles to diverse bird species and Olive Ridley Sea Turtles, this park offers a chance to immerse oneself in nature’s wonders.

This tour encapsulates the essence of Odisha, from its rich historical tapestry to its stunning natural landscapes, creating an unforgettable experience that blends cultural exploration with awe-inspiring natural beauty.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01: Arrive Bhubaneswar

Arrival at Bhubaneswar Airport. On arrival meet & assist at the airport followed by transfer to puri.

Bhubaneswar Airport

Over Nights stay at Hotel.

Day 02: Konark Tour (35 km from Puri)

After breakfast, visit to Konark temple (Sun Temple).

Konark templeKonark temple is a 13th century sun temple (also known as black pagoda). It was constructed by oxidized & weathered sandstone. It is one of the seventh wonder of India.

golden beach of puri

Back to Puri. Leisure time to spend at golden beach of puri (One of the finest beach of India).

Over Night stay at Puri.

Day 03 : Puri – Raghurajpur – Pipili – Bhubaneswar (75 km)

After breakfast check out from Hotel.

raghurajpur patachitra raghurajpur patachitraProceed towards Raghurajpur (Patachitra village), 12 km from Puri. After that proceed towards color village of Pipili. It is famous for designing beautiful appliqué handicrafts. It is a town of artisans famous for their colorful fabrics. After that proceed towards Bhubaneswar. Check in to hotel. Over night stay at Bhubaneswar.

Day 04: Bhubaneswar Sightseeing

dhauli bhubaneswar

After Breakfast proceed towards Dhauli where Emperor Ashoka after the bloody battle & his victory over the kingdom of kalinga renounced warfare & embraced the teaching of Buddha.

ashoka rock edict dhauliAlso visit the Peace Pagoda or Shanti Stupa built in the early 1970 &  the two ancient rock edict dating from 260 BC which outline Ashokas detained instructions to his administrators to rule with gentleness & fairness.

khandagiri CavesAfter that proceed towards Khandagiri & udaygiri, the caves of Udayagiri (Hill of Sunrise) and Khandagiri (Broken Hills) command a unique position in the filed of history, rock-cut architecture, art and religion. Back to Hotel. Dinner at hotel. Over night stay at Bhubaneswar.

Day 05 : Ratnagiri – Udaygiri – Lalitagiri (110 km from Bhubaneswar)

After a relaxed morning drive towards Ratnagiri. Check in to hotels.

ratnagiri odishaUdayagiri Caves udayagiri odisha

Campus of Pushpagiri University at Lalitgiri lalitgiri odishaPost lunch proceed towards Ratnagiri, Udayagiri, Lalitgiri ( Buddhist Monasteries, stupas and museums) also Known as diamond triangle of Buddhist heritage.  Also visit at the Campus of Pushpagiri University at Lalitgiri.

Back to Hotel. Overnight at Ratnagiri.

Day 06 : Bhitarkanika National Park (110 km distance from Ratnagiri) 

After breakfast proceed towards Bhitarkanika . It is famous for Salt Water crocodile, Indian Python, deer.

Bhitarkanika National Park Bhitarkanika is a hot-spot of biodiversity. It’s home  to largest population of giant salt water crocodile in India.

Bhitarkanika National Park

Also home to more than 215 species of birds including amazing eight variety of Kingfishers. It is the second largest viable Mangrove  Eco-System in India Harbors more than 70 species of Mangrove and its associates.

Bhitarkanika National Park Gahirmatha is known to be one of the largest rookery for Olive Ridley Sea Turtles.

Back to Hotel. Overnight at Ratnagiri.

Day 07 : Airport Drop

Post breakfast check out from hotel. Proceed towards Bhubaneswar by NH- 5. Drop to the Airport for further journey back home.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

q: What is the starting point of the tour?
a: The tour starts at Bhubaneswar Airport, where you will be greeted by our representative.

q: What is the significance of Konark Sun Temple?
a: The Konark Sun Temple is a 13th-century architectural marvel dedicated to the sun god Surya. It is renowned for its intricate carvings and is considered one of the seven wonders of India.

q: What can visitors expect in Puri?
a: Puri is known for its stunning golden beaches and the revered Jagannath Temple. It’s a destination of both natural beauty and spiritual significance.

q: What is the specialty of Raghurajpur?
a: Raghurajpur is a village famous for its Patachitra paintings, a traditional art form of Odisha. It offers visitors a chance to witness artisans creating intricate paintings.

q: What is the attraction of Pipili?
a: Pipili is known for its colorful appliqué handicrafts, used for decorations and garments. The town’s vibrant streets showcase the craftsmanship of local artisans.

q: What historical sites can be explored in Bhubaneswar?
a: Bhubaneswar offers a visit to Dhauli, a site where Emperor Ashoka embraced Buddhism after a significant battle. The Peace Pagoda and Udayagiri-Khandagiri caves are also worth exploring.

q: What is the “Diamond Triangle” of Buddhist heritage?
a: The “Diamond Triangle” consists of Ratnagiri, Udayagiri, and Lalitagiri, three sites with ancient monasteries, stupas, and museums that provide insights into the Buddhist heritage of Odisha.

q: What can visitors experience in Bhitarkanika National Park?
a: Bhitarkanika National Park is home to diverse wildlife, including saltwater crocodiles, various bird species, and Olive Ridley Sea Turtles. It offers a unique opportunity to experience a thriving mangrove ecosystem.

q: What makes this tour unique?
a: This tour offers a blend of historical exploration, cultural immersion, and natural beauty. From ancient temples to vibrant villages, art forms to wildlife sanctuaries, it provides a diverse and enriching experience of Odisha.

q: How does the tour end?
a: The tour concludes with a drop-off at Bhubaneswar Airport for your onward journey.

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6 Days Darjeeling and Sikkim Tour

market gangtok

Tour Overview

Embark on a captivating journey through the charming landscapes of Darjeeling and Gangtok. As you arrive at Bagdogra airport or NJP railway station, you’ll be whisked away to Darjeeling, where you’ll find yourself amidst the tranquility of the hills. Wake up early on the second day to witness the magical sunrise from Tiger Hill, revealing the awe-inspiring beauty of Mt. Kanchendzondga.

Explore the serene Ghoom Monastery and Batasia Loop before enjoying a day of local sightseeing in Darjeeling. Then, embark on a scenic drive to Gangtok, where you’ll be greeted by the splendor of Teesta River along the way. Immerse yourself in Gangtok’s charm as you explore Chortan Stupa, Institute of Tibetology, Handicrafts & Handlooms Institute, and Rumtek Monastery. A highlight of the tour is a mesmerizing visit to the breathtaking Tshomgo Lake, surrounded by majestic mountains.

After experiencing the cultural and natural wonders of this region, you’ll depart from Gangtok with cherished memories of your journey.

Duration:  6 days / 5 nights

Places:  Delhi > Bagdogra > Darjeeling > Gangtok > Bagdogra > Delhi

6 Days Darjeeling and Sikkim Tour from Delhi

Destinations Covered

Darjeeling: Nestled in the Himalayan foothills, Darjeeling offers a serene escape with its lush green landscapes and cool climate. The tour begins here with a visit to the famous Tiger Hill, where you can witness the sunrise casting a golden glow upon the majestic Mt. Kanchendzondga. The Ghoom Monastery and Batasia Loop offer cultural insights and stunning panoramic views. Darjeeling’s local charm is further explored through its bustling markets and enchanting Himalayan Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Gangtok: The journey continues to Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim, adorned with verdant hills and a vibrant culture. The Chortan Stupa welcomes you with its spiritual ambiance, while the Institute of Tibetology provides a window into Tibetan culture and history. The Handicrafts & Handlooms Institute showcases local craftsmanship, and the Rumtek Monastery, a significant Buddhist center, exudes a sense of tranquility and devotion.

Tshomgo Lake (Changu Lake): A highlight of the tour, the excursion to Tshomgo Lake transports you to an ethereal paradise nestled at an elevation of 12,400 feet. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, the lake’s pristine waters reflect the beauty of the Himalayas. The journey to this natural wonder is a mesmerizing experience in itself, offering glimpses of Sikkim’s breathtaking landscapes.

This tour offers a harmonious blend of natural beauty, cultural immersion, and spiritual exploration, taking you through the enchanting hill stations of Darjeeling and Gangtok.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day – 01 (Bagdogra/NJP – Darjeeling)

Bagdogra airport

Depart From Delhi Airport in Morning ,Welcome on arrival at Bagdogra airport / NJP railway station & transfer to Darjeeling(94 Km), Evening for leisure. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day –02 (Darjeeling Sightseeing) 

tiger hill darjeeling

Early Morning excursion trip to Tiger Hill to watch the spectacular sunrise and its amazing effects on Mt. Kanchendzondga (8598 Mt.)

Ghoom Monastery darjeelingVisit  Ghoom Monastery and Batasia Loop while returning to the Hotel.

batasia loop darjeeling

After breakfast half day Darjeeling local sight seeing. Evening free for leisure. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day –03 (Darjeeling to Gangtok)

teesta river in darjeeling

In Morning after breakfast  transfer to Gangtok (114kms/5 hrs), en route visit Teesta, Evening free for leisure, Overnight at Hotel.

Day –04 (Gangtok Sightseeing)

Chortan Stupa Gangtok

After breakfast half-day sightseeing – Chortan Stupa, Institute of Tibetology, Handicrafts & hand looms Institute and Rumtek Monastery.

Institute of Tibetology gangtok

Rumtek Monastery gangtok

Overnight at Hotel.

Day –05 (Excursion Trip to Tshomgo Lake)

tsomgo lake gangtok

After Breakfast start for half-day excursion trip to Tshomgo Lake (12400 ft.) which is only 32 km from Gangtok city, evening free for shopping.

market gangtok mg road gangtok

Overnight stay at Hotel

Day – 06  (Gangtok – Bagdora/NJP)

In Morning After Breakfast Transfer to Bagdora or NJP for your onward journey.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: What is the starting point of the tour?
A: The tour starts from either Bagdogra Airport or NJP Railway Station, where you will be welcomed upon your arrival.

Q: What is the highlight of the early morning excursion in Darjeeling?
A: The highlight of the early morning excursion is witnessing the spectacular sunrise over Mt. Kanchendzondga from Tiger Hill.

Q: What can I expect to see during the Darjeeling local sightseeing?
A: During the Darjeeling local sightseeing, you will visit attractions like Ghoom Monastery and Batasia Loop, which offer stunning views of the surroundings.

Q: What is the significance of Chortan Stupa in Gangtok?
A: Chortan Stupa in Gangtok holds spiritual significance and offers a serene atmosphere for visitors to meditate and reflect.

Q: What can I explore at the Institute of Tibetology?
A: The Institute of Tibetology in Gangtok is a hub of Tibetan culture and history, housing a collection of rare artifacts, manuscripts, and artworks.

Q: What experiences can I expect at Tshomgo Lake?
A: The excursion to Tshomgo Lake promises a breathtaking experience surrounded by the Himalayan peaks and the tranquil beauty of the lake’s crystal-clear waters.

Q: What is the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Darjeeling?
A: The enchanting Himalayan Railway, also known as the Darjeeling Toy Train, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a delightful way to explore the region.

Q: How far is Tshomgo Lake from Gangtok?
A: Tshomgo Lake is approximately 32 kilometers from Gangtok and offers an exquisite natural setting for visitors.

Q: What can I expect to find at the Handicrafts & Handlooms Institute?
A: The Handicrafts & Handlooms Institute in Gangtok showcases the region’s traditional craftsmanship, offering visitors a chance to explore and purchase local products.

Q: What is the concluding destination of the tour?
A: The tour concludes as you are transferred to Bagdogra Airport or NJP Railway Station for your onward journey.

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13 Days Glimpses of South India Tour

Nandi at Nataraja Temple

Tour Overview

Embark on a captivating journey through South India, where tradition meets history and natural beauty unfolds at every turn. Your adventure begins in Chennai, a city that showcases India’s rich cultural tapestry. Experience the grandeur of Mahabalipuram’s rock-cut temples and the artistic haven of Dakshinachitra. Venture to the coastal charm of Pondicherry, where French influence merges seamlessly with Indian heritage.

Continue to Tanjore, a treasure trove of ancient temples, including the awe-inspiring Brihadeeswara Temple. Immerse yourself in Madurai’s vibrant atmosphere, where the Meenakshi Temple stands as an architectural marvel. Traverse the wilderness of Periyar National Park, home to diverse wildlife. Glide through the picturesque backwaters of Alleppey on a houseboat, savoring the tranquil beauty of the region.

Conclude your journey in the serene beaches of Kovalam, with the option to explore Kanyakumari’s unique allure. Your voyage culminates in the vibrant city of Cochin, where history and cultural performances await, leaving you with cherished memories of an enchanting South Indian odyssey.

Duration:  13 Days / 12 Nights

Places:  Chennai > KanchiPuram > Dakshinchitra > Mahabalipuram > Pondicherry > Chidambaram > Thanjore > Trichy > Madurai > Periyar > Alleppey > Kovalam > Cochin

13 Days Glimpses of South India Tour from Chennai

Destinations Covered

Chennai: Chennai, the gateway to South India, welcomes you with a blend of tradition and modernity. From historical landmarks like Fort St. George to bustling markets and serene beaches, the city offers a glimpse into India’s diverse culture.

Mahabalipuram: This coastal town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its stunning rock-cut temples and intricate carvings. Arjuna’s Penance, the Shore Temple, and the Five Rathas are some of the architectural marvels that transport you to ancient times.

Pondicherry: The French Riviera of the East, Pondicherry, enchants with its unique blend of French and Indian influences. Stroll through charming streets, visit Auroville Ashram, and relax on its tranquil beaches.

Tanjore (Thanjavur): Known for its rich cultural heritage, Tanjore boasts the iconic Brihadeeswara Temple, a masterpiece of Dravidian architecture. The ornate temple and the Royal Palace complex offer insights into the region’s history and art.

Madurai: Often referred to as the Athens of the East, Madurai is centered around the Meenakshi Temple, a marvel adorned with intricately carved sculptures. The city’s bustling markets, vibrant streets, and cultural heritage make it a unique destination.

Periyar National Park: Set amidst the Western Ghats, this wildlife sanctuary offers a chance to explore the lush landscapes and spot diverse wildlife, including elephants and birds, on a boat ride along the picturesque Periyar Lake.

Alleppey: Known as the Venice of the East, Alleppey offers a serene experience as you cruise through its intricate network of canals, backwaters, and lagoons on a traditional houseboat.

Kovalam: This coastal paradise is characterized by its pristine beaches and relaxed ambiance. Kovalam offers opportunities to unwind and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Arabian Sea.

Cochin (Kochi): A melting pot of cultures, Cochin boasts historical sites like St. Francis Church and the Dutch Palace. The city’s vibrant arts scene and the enchanting Kathakali dance performance add to its charm.

Each destination on this tour presents a unique facet of South India’s heritage, architecture, nature, and traditions, ensuring an enriching and unforgettable journey.

Detailed Tour Plan


Welcome to India – a country where hospitality is a way of life; to a culture steeped in tradition, a land where history lives in music and dance.

Chennai International AirportYou will be received at the airport in a traditional manner and transfer to the hotel for overnight stay.


Morning after breakfast you will proceed to Mahabalipuram.

kailasanatha temple kanchipuram

En route visit the city of Kanchipuram covering Kailasanatha Temple (Dedicated to Siva, Kailasanatha is one of the earliest temples. It was built by the Pallava king, Rayasimha, in the late 7th century, though its front was added later by his son, King Varman III. It is the only temple at Kanchi which isn’t cluttered with the more recent additions of the Cholas and Vijayanagar rulers, and so reflects the freshness and simplicity of early Dravidian architecture) and The Sri Ekambarnathar Temple (It is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is one of the largest temples in Kanchipuram, covering nine hectares. Its 59 m high gopuram and massive outer stone wall were constructed in 1509 by Krishna Devaraja of the Vijayananagar Empire, though construction was originally started by the Pallavas and the temple was later extended by the Cholas. Inside are five separates enclosures and a 1000- pillared hall. The temple’s name is said to be a modified form of Eka Amra Nathar — the Lord of the Mango tree. and in one of the enclosure is a very old mango tree with four branches representing the four Vedas. The fruit of each of the four branches is said to have a different taste, and a plaque nearby claims that the tree is 3500 years old).

dakshinachitra chennai

Post lunch drive down to Dakshinachitra (Roughly translated in this context, means ‘Picture of South India’. It is a depiction of the way of life prevalent in South India. A trip down Dakshinachitra takes you back to traditional home architecture from Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka. Started with the objective to revive, preserve and promote the arts and crafts of South India, it also serves as heritage education for visitors from outside South India and also for children who have never had the opportunity to experience their culture).

Arrive Mahabalipuram in the evening and check-in at your hotel for overnight stay.


Morning after breakfast you will proceed for a sightseeing of Mahabalipuram.

arjuna's penance mahabalipuramPay a visit to Arjuna’s Penance (Carved in relief on the face of a huge rock, Arjuna’s Penance is the mythical story of the River Ganges issuing from its source high in the Himalaya . The panel depicts animals, deities and other semi-divine creatures, fable from the Panchatantra, and Arjuna doing a penance to obtain a boon from Siva.

Shore Temple

The Shore Temple (This beautiful and romantic temple, ravaged by wind and sea, represents the final phase of Pallavas art and was built in the late 7th century during the reign of Rajasimha. It is believed that at one point in time there were seven such temples, six of them were victims to the natural elements of erosion. This temple has three shrines; one dedicated to Lord Vishnu and the other two to Lord Shiva. The frothy waves form a striking backdrop to the temple, protected by rows of rock-carved bulls. The most unique feature of the temple is that it houses shrines to both Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu), Krishna Mandapam (There are eight mandapams ( shallow, rock-cut halls ) scattered over the main hill, two of which have been left unfinished. they are mainly of interest for their internal figure sculptures.

krishna mandapam mahabalipuram

One of the earliest rock-cut temples is the Krishna Mandapam. It features carvings of a pastoral scene showing Krishna lifting up the Govardhana mountain to protect his kinsfolk from the wrath of Indra.

rathasmahabalipuramOn the hill rests a dangerously balanced boulder named Krishna’s Butterball after his legendary affinity for fresh butter) and Five Rathas (These are the architectural prototypes of all Dravidian temples, demonstrating the imposing gopurams and vimanas, multi pillared halls and sculptured walls which dominate the landscape of Tamil Nadu).

Post sightseeing drive down to  Pondicherry (Pondicherry was a French colony at one time but in 1954 it was restored to India by the French. Neat & charming, Pondicherry has a beautiful beach & a refreshing sea).

pondicherry french colony 1

Arrive and check-in at your hotel.

Afternoon to explore Pondicherry. On the eastern side of Indian peninsula, Pondicherry is a seaside resort. But at the same time it differs very much from a typical beach resort. Tourist attractions in Pondicherry lie in its ambience. Old French style buildings, churches and museums, tree-lined boulevards along the seashore would remind you of a bygone era.

pondicherry french colony The laidback township, pristine beach and the palm trees swaying in breeze bring a slice of serenity. The only sound you can hear is the waves crashing against the rocks and the chirping of the birds.

auroville ashram pondicherryBut to cap it all, the Auroville Ashram is the biggest of all tourist attractions in Pondicherry. Just because of it, the destination of Pondicherry exudes a spiritual aura. For the weary soul, this is an ideal retreat. Any evening head for the Ashram, meditate, soothe the battered psyche.


Morning after breakfast visit Pondicherry.

aurobindo ashramThe places of attraction are Sri Aurobindo Ashram (Where Sri Aurobindo and the Mother lived for the most parts of their lives, attracts tourists to this little city), The Pondicherry Museum (Is home to some of the most exquisite collections on architecture and sculpture). Another interesting site in Pondicherry could be the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Pondicherry also has a pleasant beach alongside promenade and historical monuments.

church of the sacred heart of jesus pondicherry

Post sightseeing dirve down to Thanjore.

The Nataraja Temple Chidambaram

En route visit Chidambaram covering The Nataraja Temple (Located in centre of the town, it is one of the most ancient temples of Tamil Nadu. The top roof of the sanctrum is covered with gold plates and strings. The presiding deity of the temple is representative of air, one of the five elements of the universe, and is known as ‘Akasa Lingam’. There is a shrine known as Chitrakootam dedicated to lord Govindarajan adjacent to the Nataraja shrine.

There are five halls in the temples – Nritha Sabha is the Hall of Immortal Dance. This sabha has fifty pillars depicting dancing figures. Here, the stone pulsates with rhythm and life. Deva sabha is the hall of festivals and meeting place of the administrators. The Raja sabha is the 1000 pillars-hall measuring 103 meters and 58 meters wide where the Pandya, the Cholas and others celebrated their victories) and The Kali Temple.

Arrive Thanjavur in the afternoon and check-in at the hotel for overnight stay.


Morning after breakfast you will proceed for a tour of Tanjore City.


Pay a visit to The Brihadeeswara Temple (The Brihadeeswara Temple is the main attraction of Tanjore. The massive temple built by Rajaraja Chola reflects the Cholas’ contribution to the development of arts in this area. It is also regarded as the Chola dynasty’s finest contribution to the Dravidian temple architecture. Listed as a World Heritage site, the temple is visited by a large number of people for the regular worship here. The temple is characterized by its unique structure.

tanjoreUnlike the usual South Indian temples, the Brihadeeswara temple has a soaring vimana and a stunted gopuram. It was constructed from a single piece of granite weighing an estimated 80 tonnes and the dome was hauled into place along a 4-km earthwork ramp in a manner similar to the Egyptian pyramids. A huge Nandi, about 6 m long and 3.7 m high, faces the inner sanctum. The statue of Nandi was created from a single rock piece and weighs 25 tonnes. It is in fact one of the largest statues of Nandi bulls in India) and The Palace (The Palace of Tanjore also makes an important tourist destination.

The Palace of Tanjore

The royal Palace near the massive Brihadeeswara temple is characterized by its vast corridors, large halls, shady courtyards and observation and arsenal towers. Built by the Nayaks in the mid-16th century, the Palace was completed by the Marathas. The Durbar Hall of the palace still retains the grandeur of the bygone era. The palace also functions as a Royal Museum housing a diverse collection of royal remnants, compilations of the early 19th century, the king’s slippers, head dresses and hunting tools).

Royal Museum Tanjore

Post sightseeing drive down to Madurai while visiting Trichy en route.

Rock Fort Temple

Pay a visit to The spectacular Rock Fort Temple (The landmark of the city, is on the shores of the Kaveri. It is perched on a massive rocky outcrop at an altitude of 83 m above sea level.

The Thayumanaswamy Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva (the destroyer in the Hindu trinity), is situated halfway to the top. It has a 100-pillar hall and a Vimana covered with gold. On the southern face of the rock are several beautifully carved rock-cut cave temples of the Pallava period)

The Jambukeshwara Temple

The Jambukeshwara Temple (Dedicated to Lord Shiva, is situated just 2 km east of Srirangam and houses five concentric walls and seven gopurams. Legend has it that an elephant once worshiped the Lord under the holy Jambu tree, and hence the name Jambukeshwara. The principal deity is the Shiva lingam, almost submerged in water, which flows from the subterranean spring in the sanctum.

Arrive Madurai in the afternoon and check-in at the hotel for overnight stay.


Morning after breakfast, we will take you for a city tour of Madurai covering Meenakshi Temple (This temple is the city’s main attraction.

meenakshi temple madurai 1

This temple is nearly 2000 years old placed in the heart of the old town – a splendid example of Dravidian architecture. The present temple was designed in 1560 by Vishwanatha Nayak and subsequently built during the reign of Tirumalai Nayak. There are four entrances to the temple with an area of six hectares. Each of its 12 towers has the height of 45 to 50 meters. The Potrama Raikulam or the Golden Lotus Tank is the place where the Tamil literacy society, called Sangam used to meet to decide the merits of the work presented to them.

Meenakshi TempleThe temple museum has 985 richly carved pillars and each one surpasses the other in beauty) and Tirumalay Nayak Mahal (This Indo-Saracenic building was constructed in 1523 and was originally four times large are today).

Also enjoy a rickshaw ride during your sightseeing. Evening witness aarti ceremony at Meenakshi Temple and then back to hotel for overnight stay.


Morning after breakfast proceed to Periyar. Upon arrival, check-in at the hotel.


Afternoon proceed for a boat ride in Periyar National Park (Thekkady – The very sound of the name conjures up images of elephants, unending chains of hill and spice scented plantations. Here, in the crisp, cool air of the Western Ghats you will experience the most enchanting holiday. With the animals of the wild and the simple mountain people.

tribal village periyarIn the Periyar forest of Thekkady is one of the finest wildlife reserves in India, and spread across the entire district are picturesque plantations and hill towns that hold great opportunities for treks and mountain walks.

PeriyarNotable among the denizens of Periyar are the tigers, the majestic Asiatic wild elephants and the distinctive Nilgiri langur with an all black body and white face. Other creatures include wild boar, wild dog, bison, bear and leopards. Amongst the avifauna, the most profuse are herons, egrets, darters, kingfishers and the great Malabar grey hornbill.

Boat Ride in Lake PeriyarA cruise through the waters of Periyar lake around which the wild -life sanctuary is situated, offers a soul – stirring pleasant experience).

Evening back to the hotel for overnight stay.


Morning after breakfast drive down to Allepey – a town in Alappuzha Dirstrict full of picturesque canals, backwaters, beaches, and lagoons..

kuttanad alleppey

Kuttanad, the rice bowl of Kerala with the unending stretch of paddy fields, small streams and canals with lush green coconut palms , was well known even from the early periods of the Sangam age. History says Alappuzha had trade relations with ancient Greece and Rome in B.C and in the Middle Ages, as well as with other parts of India.


Upon arrival, take your House Boat for an Overnight Round Cruise of Allepey (The sweeping network of canals honey-combing the town of Alleppey (Alappuzha) has earned for the place its sobriquet – “The Venice of the East”. Small, low-slung country boats are the taxis of this waterland.

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Morning after breakfast drive to Kovalam

kovalam kerala

Day at leisure.

Overnight at the Hotel.

DAY 10 and 11 – KOVALAM

Day at leisure. Relax by the beach or go for a full day excursion to Kanyakumari.

Kanyakumari kerala

Overnight at the Hotel.


Morning after breakfast drive to Cochin. On arrival check in at the Hotel.


Later in the evening, enjoy a performance of the highly ritualized “Kathakali” dance which tells stories from the ancient Hindu epics – Ramayana and Mahabarata. Performances begin with the application of elaborate makeup which is based in traditional Ayurvedic principles.

Overnight at the Hotel.


St. Francis ChurchMorning  a guided tour of the city covering St. Francis Church (St. Francis Church was originally named as Santo Antonio. It is the first church to have been built in the new European influenced style and tradition. The original wooden building of 1510 was soon replaced by the present building around 1546.

St. Francis ChurchVasco da Gama died here in 1524 and was originally buried in the church, fourteen years later his body was removed back to Portugal. The church has an impressive facade. Inside the chancel is separated from the nave by a plain arch. The use of the arch is in sharp contrast to traditional Indian use of flat overlapping slabs or corbelling, a bit like Trinity Church, Bangalore.

Mattancherry Dutch PalaceThe Mattancherry Palace or “Dutch Palace” (Also known as Dutch Palace, the Mattancherry palace with its medieval charm is situated at Palace Road, Mattancherry, 10km from Ernakulam city, Kochi, Kerala. Built by the Portuguese and presented to the Raja of Kochi Veera Kerala Varma (1537-65) in 1555 AD, it took on its present popular name ‘Dutch Palace’ after 1663, when the Dutch carried out some extensions and renovations in the palace)

Kochi chinese fishnets

Chinese Fishing Nets


You also see the Jew City with the Jewish Synagogue, constructed in 1568, with hand-painted, willow-pattern floor tiles brought from Canton in the mid-18th century by a Rabbi, who had trading interest in that city.

Evening at leisure.

In time, transfer to the airport to board the flight for onward destination.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q1: What is the duration of this tour?
A1: The tour spans 13 days, allowing you to explore diverse destinations in South India.

Q2: Which historical sites can I visit in Chennai?
A2: Chennai offers attractions like Fort St. George, a historical fort, and the Kapaleeshwarar Temple known for its Dravidian architecture.

Q3: What makes Mahabalipuram a UNESCO World Heritage Site?
A3: Mahabalipuram’s rock-cut temples and intricate carvings, including Arjuna’s Penance and the Shore Temple, contribute to its UNESCO status.

Q4: How is Pondicherry unique?
A4: Pondicherry’s blend of French and Indian cultures, serene beaches, and Auroville Ashram make it a distinctive destination.

Q5: What are the highlights of Tanjore?
A5: Tanjore boasts the magnificent Brihadeeswara Temple and the Royal Palace complex, showcasing intricate architecture and cultural heritage.

Q6: What is the significance of the Meenakshi Temple in Madurai?
A6: The Meenakshi Temple is an architectural marvel with intricate carvings, reflecting the cultural and religious importance of Madurai.

Q7: What wildlife experiences can I have in Periyar National Park?
A7: Periyar National Park offers a boat ride on Periyar Lake to spot wildlife like elephants and various bird species in their natural habitat.

Q8: How does Alleppey earn the nickname “Venice of the East”?
A8: Alleppey’s intricate network of canals, backwaters, and lagoons is reminiscent of Venice, offering serene houseboat cruises.

Q9: What attractions can I enjoy in Kovalam?
A9: Kovalam boasts pristine beaches where you can relax and unwind, enjoying stunning views of the Arabian Sea.

Q10: What cultural experiences await in Cochin?
A10: Cochin features historical sites like St. Francis Church and the Dutch Palace, along with vibrant arts and the captivating Kathakali dance performance.

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