7N/8D Golden Triangle Varanasi Tour


Embark on an unforgettable 8-day journey through India’s cultural tapestry on this meticulously crafted tour.

Destinations Covered

Delhi: Delhi, a city of contrasts, welcomes you with open arms. The historic Red Fort and Jama Masjid stand as testaments to India’s rich past, while Chandni Chowk’s bustling lanes offer a glimpse of local life. The grand India Gate and Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi showcase the nation’s modern spirit, while Humayun’s Tomb and Qutub Minar highlight its architectural splendor.

Varanasi: Varanasi, the spiritual heart of India, unfolds its mystical aura along the banks of the Ganges. A dawn boat ride on the holy river unveils age-old rituals and devotion, while the tranquil grounds of Sarnath, where Buddha first taught, offer moments of contemplation.

Agra: Agra dazzles with the eternal beauty of the Taj Mahal, a symphony in white marble that speaks of eternal love. The Agra Fort, a majestic fortification, tells tales of Mughal power and grandeur, providing a glimpse into the past.

Jaipur: The Pink City of Jaipur paints a vivid canvas of Rajasthan’s royalty. The ornate Hawa Mahal’s façade, the celestial Jantar Mantar observatory, and the grandeur of the City Palace exemplify the city’s regal heritage. An elephant ride to the majestic Amber Fort offers a glimpse into the opulent past.

Tour Overview

Begin in the bustling heart of Delhi, where you’ll traverse the historic Red Fort, Jama Masjid, and the vibrant lanes of Chandni Chowk, juxtaposed against the grandeur of India Gate and Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi.

Immerse yourself in the spiritual realm of Varanasi, where an ethereal dawn boat ride on the Ganges and an exploration of Sarnath’s sacred grounds will leave an indelible mark on your soul.

Your journey continues as you board an overnight train to Agra, where the resplendent Taj Mahal unveils its magnificence during a sunrise visit and the Agra Fort tells stories of Mughal empires.

Traverse the regal city of Jaipur, where the Hawa Mahal’s intricate façade, Jantar Mantar’s astronomical wonders, and the majestic Amber Fort, accessed via an elephant ride, paint a vivid picture of Rajasthan’s heritage.

Concluding in Delhi, the tour offers a seamless return journey, leaving you with cherished memories of India’s diverse landscapes, architectural marvels, and rich cultural heritage.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01 : Arrive Delhi

Delhi International Airport

Meet at Delhi International Airport and transfer to the Hotel. Overnight in Delhi.

Day-02: In Delhi
Breakfast at the hotel followed by a full day sight-seeing tour of Old and New Delhi visiting Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, Raj Ghat, India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar.

Jama Masjid Delhi Rashtrapati BhawanIndia Gatehumayun's tombQutub Minar

Overnight in Delhi.

Day 03 : Fly Delhi-Varanasi
After breakfast, transfer to the airport in time to board flight for Varanasi. Met on your arrival in Varanasi and transfer to Hotel.

VaranasiVaranasi Varanasi

Afternoon sightseeing tour of Varanasi. Overnight in Varanasi.

Day 04 : Overnight train Varanasi – Agra ( Marudhar Express – 1720 / 0610 hrs – next day)
Early morning dawn boat ride on river Ganges.


Later, excursion to Sarnath.


After sightseeing transfer to the railway station in time to board an overnight train for Agra. Overnight onboard train to Agra.

Day 05 : Arrive Agra
On your arrival at Agra railway station, transfer to the Hotel.

Later sightseeing tour of Agra visiting Agra Fort and a Sunset visit to the Taj Mahal.

Red Fort AgraTaj-Mahal

Overnight in Agra

Day 06 : Drive Agra – Jaipur ( 250 kms / 05 hrs)

Sunrise visit to the Taj Mahal.

taj mahal

After breakfast depart for Jaipur en-route visiting Fatehpur Sikri.

On your arrival in Jaipur, check in at the Hotel. Overnight in Jaipur

Day 07 : In Jaipur
Breakfast at the hotel followed by a full day sightseeing tour of Jaipur visiting Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, City Palace and Amber Fort.

City Palace jaipur Jantar Mantar jaipur Hawa Mahal jaipur amber fort jaipurElephant ride to the fort

Your tour includes an Elephant ride up to the Fort . Overnight in Jaipur

Day 08 : Drive Jaipur – Delhi (265 kms /05 hrs) & Depart
We will start early in the morning departure for Delhi by road (265 kms/05 hrs), in time to board your flight home.

End of Tour.

FAQs about the Tour

Q: How do I get to Delhi to start the tour?
A: You will arrive at Delhi International Airport to begin the tour. International flights are not included.

Q: What are the must-visit sites in Delhi?
A: Delhi offers a blend of historical and modern attractions, including the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, India Gate, Humayun’s Tomb, and Qutub Minar.

Q: What is the significance of Varanasi in the tour itinerary?
A: Varanasi is a spiritual hub where you’ll experience the Ganges River’s sacred rituals and visit Sarnath, where Buddha first taught.

Q: How long is the overnight train journey from Varanasi to Agra?
A: The overnight train journey from Varanasi to Agra takes approximately 14 hours.

Q: What are the highlights of Agra?
A: Agra boasts two iconic UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Taj Mahal and the historic Agra Fort.

Q: Is there an elephant ride included in the tour?
A: Yes, the tour includes an elephant ride to the majestic Amber Fort in Jaipur.

Q: How is the sunrise visit to the Taj Mahal arranged?
A: You’ll have the opportunity for a sunrise visit to the Taj Mahal, a magical experience as the monument glows in the early morning light.

Q: What attractions are covered in Jaipur?
A: Jaipur’s highlights include the Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar observatory, City Palace, and the regal Amber Fort.

Q: Are international flights included for the return from Delhi?
A: No, international flights for departure are not included. The tour concludes in Delhi, and you’ll need to arrange your own flights for departure.

Q: How does the tour end in Delhi?
A: The tour concludes with a drive back to Delhi, allowing you to reflect on your cultural journey through India before departing for your next destination.

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.

12N/13D Enchanting Rajasthan Tour


Embark on a captivating 13-day journey through the vibrant tapestry of Rajasthan and beyond.

Destinations Covered

Udaipur: Udaipur, the “City of Lakes,” welcomes you with its enchanting palaces, serene lakes, and intricate architecture. Delve into its regal history as you explore the city’s iconic landmarks and embark on a peaceful boat ride on the shimmering waters of Lake Pichola.

Jodhpur: Jodhpur, known as the “Blue City,” captivates with its vibrant streets and majestic forts. Explore the awe-inspiring Mehrangarh Fort, which stands as a guardian over the city, and pay homage to the Jaswant Thada, a white marble memorial of exquisite beauty. Engage with local life on a Bisnoi village safari, gaining insights into rural Rajasthan.

Jaipur: Jaipur, the “Pink City,” is a treasure trove of royal splendor and architectural wonders. Ascend the historic Amer Fort atop an elephant, and immerse yourself in the city’s captivating blend of past and present as you explore its bustling markets, ornate palaces, and iconic sites.

Ranthambhore National Park: Ranthambhore National Park beckons with its untamed wilderness and the promise of encountering the elusive Royal Bengal tiger. Embark on exhilarating safaris through diverse landscapes, where nature’s beauty and wildlife’s grace collide.

Fatehpur Sikri: Fatehpur Sikri, an abandoned Mughal city, emerges as a hauntingly beautiful ghost town. Walk through its impressive red sandstone structures and contemplate the bygone grandeur that echoes in its silent streets.

Agra: Agra, a city of eternal love and architectural marvels, hosts the incomparable Taj Mahal, an ode to love’s transcendence. Explore the imposing Agra Fort, where history unfolds within its mighty walls, creating an unforgettable journey through Mughal heritage.

Delhi: Delhi, India’s pulsating capital, captivates with its diverse charm. Traverse through time as you explore the labyrinthine lanes of Old Delhi, stand in awe before the grandeur of India Gate, and soak in the serenity of Humayun’s Tomb, gaining insights into the country’s rich past and vibrant present.

Tour Overview

Begin by flying from Delhi to Udaipur, where you’ll uncover the city’s regal charm and enjoy a serene boat ride on Lake Pichola. Explore the intricate Ranakpur Temple en route to Jodhpur, where the striking Mehrangarh Fort and the tranquil Jaswant Thada await. Immerse yourself in Jaipur’s Pink City, ascending the majestic Amer Fort on an elephant and discovering its historical and cultural treasures.

Experience the wilderness of Ranthambhore National Park, renowned for its Royal Bengal tigers, during exhilarating safaris. Traverse through time as you visit the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri and marvel at the timeless beauty of the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. Conclude your journey with a comprehensive exploration of both Old and New Delhi, enriched with history and vibrant energy.

This tour offers an unforgettable blend of heritage, culture, and wildlife, leaving you with cherished memories of India’s diverse landscapes and captivating experiences.

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.

pichola lake udaipur

Day 3: Drive to Jodhpur visiting Ranakpur Temple en-route. Stay for 2 nights

Ranakpur Jain Temple

Day 4: Enjoy Bisnoi village safari in the morning.


Afternoon visit the impressive Mehrangarh Fort and Jaswant Thanda

Jaswant Thada Jodhpur

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

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).

Ranthambore National Park

Check into jungle lodge. Afternoon park safari

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 Gate

Jama Masjid Delhi

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

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: How do I reach Udaipur to begin the tour?
A: You will fly from Delhi to Udaipur to start the tour. International flights to Delhi are not included.

Q: What attractions are covered during the Udaipur visit?
A: Udaipur’s highlights include exploring the city’s historical landmarks and enjoying a serene boat ride on Lake Pichola.

Q: What is the significance of Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur?
A: Mehrangarh Fort is a majestic symbol of Jodhpur’s history and offers panoramic views of the “Blue City” from its elevated position.

Q: What is a Bisnoi village safari in Jodhpur?
A: The Bisnoi village safari provides an opportunity to engage with rural life, offering insights into the local culture and traditions of Rajasthan.

Q: How is the visit to Amer Fort conducted in Jaipur?
A: You’ll have the unique experience of ascending the Amer Fort atop an elephant, followed by sightseeing of the Pink City’s other attractions.

Q: What can I expect during the safaris in Ranthambhore National Park?
A: Ranthambhore safaris offer a chance to explore the park’s diverse landscapes and encounter wildlife, with the potential to spot the Royal Bengal tiger.

Q: How does the tour visit Fatehpur Sikri?
A: The tour includes a visit to the abandoned Mughal city of Fatehpur Sikri en route to Agra, allowing you to explore its historic architecture.

Q: Can I customize the itinerary to include other attractions?
A: Customizations may be possible based on availability and feasibility. Please consult with the tour operator to explore additional options.

Q: Are international flights included for departure from Delhi?
A: No, international flights are not included. The tour concludes in Delhi, and you’ll need to arrange your own departure flights.

Q: How does the tour end in Delhi?
A: The tour concludes with sightseeing in both Old and New Delhi, providing a comprehensive overview of the city’s historical and modern facets before your departure.

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.

5N/6D Leh Ladakh Tours from Delhi

Sankar Gompa leh ladakh

Embark on a captivating journey to Ladakh, where every moment is a canvas painted with awe-inspiring landscapes and cultural marvels.

Tour Overview

 Begin by arriving in Leh, where you’ll be seamlessly transferred to your hotel for a day of acclimatization. Explore the Sham Valley, unveiling the regal Shey Palace, the spiritual Thiksey Monastery, and the historic Stok Palace Museum. Traverse the legendary Khardung-la pass to reach the enchanting Nubra Valley, where the mesmerizing Hundar sand dunes and the option of a camel safari await.

Discover the ethereal beauty of Pangong Lake, a shimmering jewel cradled by rugged mountains. Delve into Ladakh’s spiritual heart with visits to the majestic Hemis Monastery and the picturesque Thiksey Monastery. Conclude your journey with memories to treasure as you depart from Leh, with our seamless airport transfer services ensuring a smooth onward journey.

Destinations Covered

Leh: Leh, the heart of Ladakh, welcomes you with its serene landscapes and tranquil atmosphere. Take a day to acclimate to the high altitude while enjoying the comfort of your hotel, preparing for the adventures ahead.

Sham Valley: Explore the Sham Valley, where cultural wonders await. Shey Palace’s grandeur, Thiksey Monastery’s spiritual aura, and Stok Palace Museum’s historical treasures offer a glimpse into Ladakh’s rich heritage.

Khardung-la Pass and Nubra Valley: Venture across the legendary Khardung-la Pass, an adrenaline-filled journey that leads you to the mesmerizing Nubra Valley. Embrace the magic of Hundar’s sand dunes and consider an optional camel safari, immersing yourself in the valley’s unique charm.

Pangong Lake: A visual masterpiece, Pangong Lake’s crystal-clear waters reflect the surrounding rugged terrain, creating an ethereal ambiance. Spend a day absorbing the lake’s changing hues and basking in the tranquility of the landscape.

Hemis Monastery and Thiksey Monastery: Experience Ladakh’s spiritual essence with visits to two significant monasteries. Hemis Monastery, the largest in Ladakh, radiates a sense of serenity, while Thiksey Monastery’s picturesque location atop a hill offers panoramic views and cultural insights.

Detailed Tour Plan



Arrival Leh in the morning and transfer to the hotel. Take complete rest for the day for acclimatization to the high altitude of Leh (11,500 ft / 3500 mtrs). Overnight in hotel.

After leisurely breakfast visit Shey Palace, Thiksey Monastery & Stok Palace Museum.

Leh Palace leh ladakh



Post lunch drive to visit Hall of Fame, Kali Mata (Temple of Guardians in Spituk monastery), Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Point and Sangam (confluence of Indus & Zanskar rivers).

Gurudwara Pathar Sahib

magnetic point leh

Overnight in hotel.

After breakfast leave for Nubra Valley, driving across Khardong-la (alt: 18,380 ft). After descending from the pass, drive on for sightseeing of Sumoor area.

diskit monastery

Later check into a fixed camp in the same area or drive across to Diskit for overnight stay in a camp.

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).


Later drive to Pangong Lake via Shyok Village crossing Durbuk and Tangste finally reaching The beautiful Pangong lake.

pangong lake ladakh

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 dinner and overnight stay.

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.

Early morning transfer to the airport for taking the flight for onward journey.

End of Tour.

FAQs about the Tour

Q1: What is the altitude of Leh, and why is acclimatization necessary?
A: Leh is situated at an altitude of 11,500 feet (3500 meters). Acclimatization is necessary to help your body adjust gradually to the high altitude, reducing the risk of altitude sickness.

Q2: How do I reach Sham Valley from Leh, and what attractions will I see?
A: You can reach Sham Valley via a scenic drive. Attractions include Shey Palace, Thiksey Monastery, and Stok Palace Museum, offering insights into Ladakh’s history, culture, and art.

Q3: What is Khardung-la Pass, and how do I reach Nubra Valley from there?
A: Khardung-la Pass is one of the world’s highest motorable passes. You’ll drive across this pass to reach the enchanting Nubra Valley, where the mesmerizing Hundar sand dunes and unique landscapes await.

Q4: Can you tell me more about the camel safari in Hundar?
A: In Hundar, you have the option of enjoying a short camel safari on the unique double-humped Bactrian camels. This experience allows you to explore the stunning sand dunes and adds a touch of adventure to your journey.

Q5: Describe the beauty of Pangong Lake and the experience of visiting it.
A: Pangong Lake is a breathtaking sight with its azure waters nestled among rugged mountains. Spending time by the lake allows you to witness the changing colors of the water and immerse yourself in the serene surroundings.

Q6: What are Hemis Monastery and Thiksey Monastery known for?
A: Hemis Monastery is the largest monastery in Ladakh, known for its spiritual ambiance and cultural significance. Thiksey Monastery, perched atop a hill, offers panoramic views and intricate architecture.

Q7: How can I make the most of my time in Leh?
A: To make the most of your time in Leh, explore its historic landmarks, interact with the local culture, and take in the serene beauty of the surrounding landscapes.

Q8: Is the tour suitable for all age groups?
A: Yes, the tour is designed to cater to various age groups. It offers a mix of cultural experiences, scenic drives, and optional activities, ensuring that everyone can enjoy the journey.

Q9: What is the best time of year to take this tour?
A: The best time to take this tour is during the summer months, from May to September, when the weather is pleasant and the roads are accessible.

Q10: How is the departure from Leh managed?
A: On the departure day, you’ll be provided with an early morning transfer to the airport for your onward flight, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free departure process.

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22N/23D Enchanting South India Tour


Embark on a mesmerizing journey through South India’s rich tapestry of culture, history, and natural beauty on this 23-day tour.

Tour Overview

Your adventure begins as you arrive at Bangalore Airport, where an INDUS TRIPS Airport Representative greets you and transfers you to your hotel. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon in Bangalore before setting off on a fascinating exploration.

Travel to Shravanabelagola, a renowned Jain pilgrim site, where the awe-inspiring 17m high monolithic statue of Lord Gomateshwara stands proudly atop the Vindhyagiri hills. Continue your journey to Hassan, where the beauty of Hoysala art comes to life at Belur and Halebedu. Marvel at intricate reliefs and sculptures that depict historic battles and showcase Hindu architectural brilliance.

As you journey to Coorg, the hedonist’s paradise, you’ll be enchanted by its hills, coffee plantations, and unique charm. Explore the Byalkuppe Tibetan settlements, home to monasteries and temples representing various Tibetan Buddhist traditions.

In Mysore, immerse yourself in the heritage city’s splendor, visiting the Mysore Maharaja Palace, Chamundi Hills, and historic Srirangapatna. Your adventure continues through the picturesque landscapes of Wayanad and Calicut, where you’ll explore the famous Pookode Lake and historic sites.

Experience the blend of cultures in Cochin, where Chinese fishing nets and ancient churches stand side by side. Witness the captivating Kathakali dance and journey to Munnar, surrounded by tea plantations and natural beauty. Explore the Eravikulam National Park, Tea Museum, and spice markets, absorbing the scents and sights.

The tour then takes you to the sacred city of Madurai, where the Meenakshi Amman Temple and Tirumalai Nayak Palace await. Discover the spice-rich lands of Periyar, engaging in an elephant experience and a boat ride on Periyar Lake.

Marvel at the backwaters of Kumarakom and Alleppey aboard a traditional houseboat, and bask in the serenity of Kovalam’s stunning beaches. Your journey culminates in Bangalore, where you explore Vidhan Soudha, Nandi Temple, Lal Bagh Garden, and Iskon Temple before bidding farewell to this extraordinary adventure.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant cultures, historical treasures, and natural wonders of South India on this comprehensive and unforgettable 23-day tour.

Destinations Covered

Bangalore: Known as the “Silicon Valley of India,” Bangalore offers a blend of modernity and tradition. Explore the Vidhan Soudha, a magnificent legislative building, and be enchanted by the Lal Bagh Garden’s lush greenery. The Nandi Temple stands as a symbol of devotion and architecture.

Shravanabelagola: A pilgrimage site of great significance for Jains, it boasts the towering monolithic statue of Lord Gomateshwara. The statue’s intricate details and spiritual aura create a captivating experience.

Hassan: A gateway to the Hoysala dynasty’s architectural wonders, Hassan’s Belur and Halebedu temples reveal breathtaking sculptures and craftsmanship that narrate tales of ancient battles and cultural richness.

Coorg: Nestled in the hills, Coorg is a coffee-lover’s paradise. Its scenic beauty, lush plantations, and serene ambiance provide a perfect setting to unwind and rejuvenate.

Byalkuppe: This Tibetan settlement near Coorg offers an immersive experience in Tibetan Buddhist culture. Monasteries, temples, and the peaceful atmosphere provide insights into this spiritual tradition.

Mysore: A city of palaces, Mysore’s grandeur is embodied in the Mysore Maharaja Palace. The Chamundi Hills offer panoramic views, and historic sites like Srirangapatna reveal the tales of mighty empires.

Wayanad: A haven for nature enthusiasts, Wayanad’s rainforests, paddy fields, and spice plantations create a picturesque landscape. The Edakal Caves add an element of mystique to the region.

Calicut: A coastal city steeped in history, Calicut’s Kappad Beach is where Vasco da Gama set foot in India. The Pazhassiraja Museum and vibrant markets showcase the region’s rich heritage.

Cochin: A melting pot of cultures, Cochin boasts Chinese fishing nets, colonial-era architecture, and vibrant markets. The Jewish Synagogue and Kathakali performances offer a glimpse into its diverse heritage.

Munnar: Verdant tea plantations, Eravikulam National Park’s biodiversity, and the Tea Museum provide insights into Munnar’s natural and cultural treasures.

Madurai: Meenakshi Amman Temple stands as a masterpiece of Dravidian architecture, while Tirumalai Nayak Palace offers a glimpse into a bygone era. The city’s bustling streets and vibrant markets reveal its bustling energy.

Periyar: Spice gardens, Periyar Lake, and an elephant experience create an immersive encounter with Kerala’s rich biodiversity. The aroma of spices and tranquil landscapes enchant visitors.

Kumarakom: Nestled in the backwaters, Kumarakom offers a serene escape. Lush landscapes, serene waterways, and an opportunity to relax amidst nature make it a perfect retreat.

Alleppey Houseboat: Cruising the backwaters in a traditional houseboat, surrounded by coconut trees and paddy fields, offers an authentic Kerala experience.

Kovalam: The sandy shores of Kovalam invite relaxation and enjoyment. Beachside tranquility and a chance to soak in the sun create cherished memories.

This comprehensive tour weaves together the diverse threads of South India’s landscapes, cultures, and history, offering a kaleidoscope of experiences that range from spiritual exploration to natural beauty and architectural wonders.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01 – Arrival in Bangalore Airport

Arrive in Bangalore Airport. Following Customs, Immigration formalities and baggage collection, an INDUS TRIPS Airport Representative will meet you outside the Arrival Hall, after which you will transferred to your hotel. Check-in time is 1200 Noon, early check-in would be subject to availability.

Bangalore Airport

Afternoon at leisure.

Overnight at Bangalore

Day 2 Bangalore – Shravanabelagola –  Hassan

After Breakfast at residing hotel proceed to Hassan enroute visit shravanabelagola, a famous Jain pilgrim site.


A 17m high monolithic statue of Lord Gomateshwara standing atop the Vindhyagiri hills makes this site world famous later drive to Hassan, the name of the city derives from the name of the goddess Hassanamba. The city was founded by Channa Krishnappa Naik in the eleventh century. The tenth to the thirteenth century, the beauty of Hoysala art could flourish.

Overnight at Hassan

Day 3 Hassan – Belur – Halibedu – Hassan

After Breakfast visit Belur and Halebedu,this day is dedicated to visit major art sites of the Hindus and especially the Hoysala dynasty.

Hoysala Temple at Belur

Located a few kilometres from Hassan, Belur is the first site built by the Hoysala dynasty (eleventh and twelfth centuries), a star.

Hoysala Temple at Belur

The many and admirable reliefs recount battle scenes between the Cholas Vishnuvardhana, neighboring Tamil Nadu.


A Halebid, Hoysaleshwara temple listed as a jewel in the quality of its sculptures. No detail is overlooked in this breath-taking panorama of the great Hindu monuments.

Overnight at Hassan

Day 04 Hassan – Coorg

After breakfast drive to Coorg, A hedonist’s paradise, Coorg is a dream you’ll never forget. Hills, old-world charm, coffee, amazing food, vivid cultures and warm hospitality – there’s something in the air of Coorg that makes all things beautiful.

Remainder of the day at leisure to relax.

Overnight at Coorg

Day 05 Coorg

After breakfast, visit to the Byalkuppe Tibetan settlements in India

Byalkuppe Tibetan settlements

The town is mainly inhabited by Tibetans, an estimated 7,000 Tibetans live in the settlements; these were established on land leased by the state government to accommodate some of the Tibetan expatriates who came to resettle in India after 1959. Bylakuppe consists of a number of agricultural settlements, colonies are close to each other, and has number of monasteries and temples in all the major Tibetan Buddhist traditions.

Most notable among them are the large educational monastic institution Sera Monastery, the smaller Tashilunpo Monastery (both in the Gelug tradition) and Namdroling Monastery (in the Nyingma tradition). Bylakuppe also has many Buddhist universities for advanced Buddhist practices.

Overnight at Coorg

Day 06 Coorg – Mysore

After the breakfast have a drive to the silk city “Mysore”.

Devaraja Market

In the evening if you feel free have a walk to Devaraja Market to see the eye-catching flowers, colour powders, vegetables, spices, incense oils, well arranged fruit market housed in an old heritage building.

Overnight at Mysore.

Day 07 Mysore

After breakfast, full day Sightseeing of “Mysore” – the heritage city.  In the morning, have a visit to the famous Mysore Maharaja Palace built in Indo Saracenic style with domes, turrets, arches and colonnades.

Mysore Maharaja Palace

This palace is the treasure house of exquisite art, carvings and paintings from all over the World. Then drive to Chamundi Hills to visit the famous Chamundeshwari temple and the Bull temple.

In the evening drive to Srirangapatna – an historic site, the capital city of great Muslim warrior Tipu Sultan.  The main attractions here are Ranganathaswamy temple, Tipu’s summer palace (Daria Dalut Bagh) and Gumbaz.


Overnight at Mysore.

Day 08 Mysore –Wayanad

After breakfast at residing hotel, proceed to Wayanad (141 kms ; 4.5 hrs ).

Karalad Lake

Wayanad set in the picturesque Western Ghats and mountains at an altitude of about 2000 meters above sea level. Littered with tropical rain forests, dense hills, rolling paddy fields, spice plantations and valleys, Wayanad is a hitherto undiscovered location offering breathtaking views.

Edakal Caves

Evening visit Edakal Caves, the Caves are two natural rock formations believed to have been formed by a large split in a huge rock. The carvings inside are extremely beautiful. A trek up the majestic Ambukuthi Hills is required to reach these caves. The aroma of coffee stays with you the entire way. It is truly a surreal experience as we step into the palms of history.

Overnight at Wayanad

Day 09 Wayanad – Calicut

After breakfast, drive to Calicut (220 Kms/05 Hours) en-route visit Pookode Lake, a scenic fresh water lake surrounded by forest, where you can take a gentle walk around. Upon arrival, check-in at your hotel.  Afternoon, proceed for visit to same famous places like Kappad beach, the place where Vasco da Gama set foot for the first time when he came to India on May 27, 1498. There is a small stone monument at the beach to commemorate that event.

Kappad beach

Pazhassiraja Museum is located on the East Hill. It is run by the State Archeological Department. Ancient mural paintings, antique bronzes, old coins, models of temples, and megalithic structures are on display here.Situated next to Pazhassirajah Museum is an art gallery displaying paintings of Raja Ravi Varma. On this beach are also situated Calicut Town Center, Lions Club, and a lighthouse.

Pazhassiraja Museum

Two crumbling piers, more than hundred years old, stand out into sea at Kozhikode beach. The beach is easily accessible from the city and provides a good view of the setting sun. The place also has a Marine Life Aquarium open whole day. Mananchira, which was the palace tank of King Mana Vikrama, has been now turned into a traditional architectural splendor with carpeted green grass and surrounded by ethnic buildings. The place also has a musical fountain.

mananchira calicut

Overnight at Calicut

Day 10 Calicut – Cochin

After the breakfast, drive to Cochin (190 Kms/04 Hours) Fort Cochin – the mix of culture of Portuguese, Dutch and British.


In the afternoon have a visit to 16th century Jewish Synagogue and Mattancherry palace also known as Dutch Palace.

Mattancherry Dutch Palace

Have a walk in the Jew Town.

Overnight at Cochin.

Day 11 Cochin

After breakfast, full day sightseeing of Cochin.  First, have a visit to Chinese Fishing nets and fish markets.

Kochi chinese fishnets

Near to this place, have a visit to St.Francis Church, where you can see the tomb of Portuguese sailor Vasco-da-gama, then to Santa Cruz Basilica – a catholic church and Dutch cemetery.


In the evening, attend the traditional dance show of Kerala”Kathakali”.

Overnight at Cochin.

Day 12 Cochin – Munnar

After breakfast, drive to “Munnar”- the meeting point of three rivers. Munnar has beautiful landscapes with a view of natural tea plantations, waterfalls, greeny mountains, the villages on the sloppy areas.

tea gardens munnar

Upon arrival check-in at hotel

Overnight at Munnar

Day 13 Munnar

After Breakfast, visit Eravikulam park – the main inhabitant of the Eravikulam park is Nilgiri Tahr. Now the park has the largest known population of Tahrs existing in the world.

eravikulam national park munnar

Visit Tea museum followed by a tea plantation visit. :- The museum set up at the Nallathanni Estate of Tata Tea in Munnar The Tata Tea Museum diligently portrays the growth of Munnar tea estates, veritably conveyed through some of the displays like the rudimentary tea roller to the modern fully automated tea factory. Visitors to the museum can satiate their curiosity on various stages of tea processing and also learn a thing or two about the production of black tea. Have a visit to the famous Eravikulam National Park and Mattupatty Dam.  Have a walk in the spice markets.

Overnight at Munnar

Day 14 Munnar – Madurai

After breakfast, drive to Madurai (180 Kms/04 Hours) Upon arrival, check-in at your hotel. Afternoon, proceed for sightseeing tour of Madurai.

meenakshi temple madurai

Visit to pilgrimage site Meenakshi Amman Temple, historical monument Tirumalai Nayak Palace being the most prominent. Back to hotel relax for while. Post dinner take you to Meenakshi Temple once again to attend Madurai temple night ceremony.

Bedtime of the God

Overnight at Madurai.

Day 15 Madurai – Periyar

Post a leisure breakfast drive to Periyar and check in at hotel.

Spice Plantation Periyar

Periyar is on 1000 meters above the sea level and is rich in spice growing. 95% pepper in India is produced from here. Vasco de Gama was the first European to land at the Malabar Coast in 1498 A.D. in search of spices. Pepper in those days was exported against the equal weight of gold, so in the beginning of 15th century pepper was called black gold.

Later afternoon visits a Spice Garden to see different varieties of spices such as cardamom, cinnamon, pepper, clove, vanilla, ginger, tea and coffee growing in their natural environment.

Overnight at Periyar

Day 16 Periyar

Morning enjoy Elephant package which is 02-hour activity with Timber dragging, Elephant bath & shower, Elephant feeding, Photo session and command and a short Elephant joy ride.

Afternoon enjoy common boat ride at Periyar Lake which has a unique aquatic ecosystem the numerous little islets in the lake are witness to the intricate inherent interrelationship among the terrestrial aquatic and subterranean life forms. A boat cruise on the Lake is perhaps the best way to watch the wildlife in the reserve.

Overnight at Periyar

Day 17 Periyar – Kumarakom

After breakfast drive to Kumarakom, enjoy the real country side of Kerala with amazing Backwaters, Day at leisure today, relax in nature or enjoy the hotel amenities.


Overnight in Kumarakom.

Day 18 Kumarakom – Alleppey Houseboat

After Breakfast at residing hotel drive to Alleppey to Board your Houseboat. The houseboat cruise takes you through the intricate maze of backwaters, mesmerizing and surprising you at every turn with its serene beauty & simple charm.


Enjoy the countryside of Kerala at its best. Soak your eyes & soul with array of coconut trees & endless paddy fields. You will also get chance to take a small stroll through the villages & interact with the locals. Have a cruise in the backwaters of “Vembanadu” Lake.  Your boat will be stopped at one place around 5 :30 PM and have a dinner in the houseboat (AC will work in night only and authentic Kerala Cuisine will be served)

Overnight on board

Day 19 Alleppey – Kovalam

kovalam kerala

After breakfast drive to Kovalam via Trivandrum, On arrival check-in at hotel and rest of the day at leisure / Overnight at Kovalam

Day 20 Kovalam

After breakfast, day at leisure (No Transportation envisaged)

Kovalam Beach

Overnight at Kovalam

Day 21 Kovalam

After breakfast, day at leisure (No Transportation envisaged)

Overnight at Kovalam

Day 22 Kovalam – Bangalore (by Flight)

Post Breakfast Drop at Trivandrum Airport to catch flight to Bangalore

Upon arrival at Bangalore Airport transfer to Hotel and Check-in

Afternoon, you will proceed for sightseeing tour of Bangalore – you will take a tour to Vidhan Soudha, the Nandi Temple, the Lal Bagh Garden and Iskon Temple. The rich heritage, beautiful gardens, magnificent palaces, broad avenues & sacred temples attracts the visitors.

bull temple bangaloreBangalores-botanical-gardens

Overnight at Bangalore

Day 23 Bangalore Airport Drop

After Breakfast drop at Bangalore Airport to Catch the flight to Home.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q1: How long is the duration of the South India tour?
A: The South India tour spans 23 days, providing ample time to explore a diverse range of destinations and experiences.

Q2: What are the major highlights of the tour?
A: The tour includes visits to historic sites like Mysore Palace and Meenakshi Amman Temple, natural wonders like Coorg’s landscapes and Periyar’s spice gardens, and cultural experiences such as Kathakali performances and houseboat cruises.

Q3: Are airport transfers included in the tour package?
A: Yes, the tour includes airport transfers upon arrival and departure at each destination.

Q4: What types of accommodations are provided during the tour?
A: The tour offers comfortable accommodations, ranging from hotels to traditional houseboats, providing a variety of experiences.

Q5: Is the tour suitable for all age groups?
A: The tour offers a mix of activities suitable for different age groups, including cultural sightseeing, leisurely walks, and nature exploration. Some activities, like the elephant experience, may have age or health restrictions.

Q6: Is there any flexibility in the itinerary?
A: While the core itinerary is fixed, there might be opportunities for minor adjustments based on availability or local conditions. However, any significant changes would be communicated in advance.

Q7: Are meals included in the tour package?
A: Most meals are included, allowing you to savor authentic regional cuisine. However, some meals, especially during leisure days, may not be included to provide flexibility.

Q8: Are entrance fees to attractions included in the tour cost?
A: The tour includes entrance fees to major attractions mentioned in the itinerary. Any optional activities or personal expenses are generally not included.

Q9: How should I dress during temple visits and cultural performances?
A: Modest attire is recommended when visiting temples and attending cultural performances. For women, covering shoulders and knees is customary.

Q10: What should I pack for the tour?
A: Pack comfortable clothing suitable for various activities and weather conditions, including lightweight clothing, comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, and any personal medication. Don’t forget your camera to capture the memorable moments!

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13N/14D Treasures of South India Tour

meenakshi temple madurai

Experience the essence of South India on this captivating 14-day journey.

Tour Overview

 Embark on a cultural odyssey through Chennai, a vibrant metropolis blending old-world charm and modern efficiency. Explore the historic Fort St. George, the oldest Anglican church in India, and the captivating Kapaleeswarar Temple. Journey to Mahabalipuram, a treasure trove of ancient rock temples, where you’ll witness stunning carvings like the Five Rathas and Bhagiratha’s Penance.

Traverse to Pondicherry, an enclave of French elegance, with visits to Sri Aurobindo Ashram and the Pondicherry Museum showcasing Roman artifacts. Continue to Trichy, a blend of history and spirituality, and encounter the awe-inspiring Rock Fort Temple. Marvel at Madurai’s resplendent Meenakshi Temple and experience its vibrant streets. Cruise the serene waters of Periyar Lake amidst lush landscapes and spot wildlife in the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. Immerse yourself in the enchanting backwaters of Kumarakom aboard a traditional houseboat.

Discover the cultural riches of Cochin, from Jewish synagogues to bustling Chinese fishing nets, and witness a captivating Kathakali dance performance. Relax on the sun-kissed beaches of Goa, experiencing its unique blend of Portuguese and Indian influences. Conclude your journey in Mumbai, the bustling financial hub, exploring iconic landmarks like Victoria Terminus and the Gateway of India. Uncover the multifaceted beauty and heritage of South India on this unforgettable expedition.

Destinations Covered

Chennai: Your journey begins in Chennai, a vibrant metropolis that seamlessly blends old-world charm with modern efficiency. Explore the historic Fort St. George, visit the oldest Anglican church in India – St. Mary’s, and soak in the beauty of Marina Beach. Experience the Dravidian culture and architecture at the Kapaleeswarar Temple and Government Museum.

Mahabalipuram: A coastal town known for its UNESCO-listed monuments and rock-cut temples. Marvel at the intricate carvings of the Five Rathas, explore the ancient Shore Temple by the sea, and admire the massive bas-relief of Bhagiratha’s Penance depicting scenes from the Mahabharata.

Pondicherry: Immerse yourself in the French charm of Pondicherry. Visit the serene Sri Aurobindo Ashram and the Pondicherry Museum. Explore the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and stroll through the quaint streets lined with colonial architecture.

Tanjore (Thanjavur): Delve into the rich history of the Chola Empire as you visit the grand Brihadishwara Temple, a masterpiece of Dravidian architecture. Discover the Rock Fort Temple in Tiruchirappalli and witness the stunning architecture of Srirangam Island.

Madurai: Explore the spiritual heart of South India with a visit to the Meenakshi Temple, adorned with vibrant sculptures. Discover the Thirumalai Nayak Palace and witness the mesmerizing evening Aarti ceremony.

Thekkady: Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Thekkady’s wildlife sanctuary. Enjoy a boat ride on Periyar Lake, where you might spot herds of wild elephants, sambar deer, and various bird species.

Kumarakom: Experience the tranquility of Kumarakom’s backwaters. Explore the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, home to a variety of bird species, and relax amidst the serene surroundings.

Alleppey: Embark on a unique houseboat journey through the picturesque backwaters of Kerala. Sail past lush landscapes and charming villages, offering an authentic glimpse into local life.

Cochin: Explore the historic city of Cochin, where you’ll witness the iconic Chinese fishing nets and visit attractions like the Jewish Synagogue, Dutch Palace, and St. Francis Church. Witness a captivating Kathakali dance performance and soak in the vibrant cultural scene.

Goa: Unwind on the golden beaches of Goa and delve into its rich history. Visit the Basilica of Bom Jesus, explore the churches of Old Goa, and enjoy the laid-back atmosphere of this coastal paradise.

Mumbai: Experience the bustling energy of Mumbai, India’s financial capital. Visit the Dhobi Ghats, drive past Malabar Hill, and witness the iconic Gateway of India. Explore the historic Victoria Terminus and catch a glimpse of the city’s diverse culture.

This 14-day journey through South India offers a kaleidoscope of experiences, from cultural heritage and spirituality to natural beauty and modern urban life. Each destination is a chapter in a remarkable travel tale that captures the essence of this diverse and captivating region.

Detailed Tour Plan


On Arrival at the Chennai airport, an INDUS TRIPS representative will receive you and transfer you to the hotel.

Chennai International Airport

Chennai – More than a city, Madras is a potpourri of impressions: a fistful of color, a whiff of jasmine, the rustling of silk. It brings to mind the subtle, intricate variations of classical music, the evocative grace of Bharatanatyam and a spontaneity of bronzed Dravidian faces. Stray images chase one another: bold colour drawn into the pleats of the Kancheepuram sari; a neat, swaying, ebony plait crowned with a spray of flowers; complicated and exuberant sculpture lacing temple walls. The gateway to the south and the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu, Madras or Chennai is a vibrant metropolis and a combination of old world charm and modern day efficiency.

Overnight at the hotel


Morning after breakfast at the hotel, proceed for sightseeing tour of Chennai visiting fort St. George, the seat of the state government and the legislative assembly. The fort was built in 1652 by the British East India Company. The fort contains the fort museum with its collection of memorabilia of the East India co.

fort st. george chennai

Also see St. Mary`s church the oldest surviving Anglican church in India. Very near to Fort St.George is the Indo Saracenic High Court building, said to be the largest judicial building in the world after the Courts of London.

Opposite the high courts lies the beautiful Marina beach. Proceed on to the Kapaleeswarar temple, a pure dravidian temple and one of the most ancient in Madras. Drive on to the Government museum with its galleries off chola Bronzes

kapaleeswarar temple chennai

Later leave for Mahabalipuram (58 kms / 1.5 hrs) enroute visiting Kanchipuram.

kailasanatha temple kanchipuram

Kanchipuram is the ancient capital of the Pallavas famous as a city of 1000 Temples and still has 124 shrines. The first temple dedicated to Shiva was built in the 7th and 8th century and has paintings on the walls. Temples of Ekambaswara, Kailasanatha, Sri Kamakshi and Varadarajaswamy are of interest. Kanchipuram is also famous for its silks.

On arrival proceed to check in at the hotel.

Overnight at the hotel


After buffet breakfast visit the magnificent rock temples and carvings in Mahabalipuram.

rathasmahabalipuramFive Rathas (chariots), ceremonial chariots, rock-cut monoliths, named after the 5 Pandavas.  The Shore Temple by the sea surrounded by gardens designed according to descriptions of the original layout from ancient times. Built in sandstone in the 7th century. Bhagiratha’s Penance is a bas- relief (27 to 9m) sculptured on the face of two enormous adjacent rocks, depicts, the penance of Arjuna, myraid characters from the Mahabharata, realistic life-size figures of animals, gods and saints watching the descent of the river goddess Ganga to earth.

arjuna's penance mahabalipuram

Later you will be driven from Mahabalipuram – Pondichery (120 kms / 04 – 05 hrs).

On arrival check in at hotel

Pondicherry was a French settlement that comprised Pondy, Yanam, Karaikal, and Mahe. There is a strong influence of French culture on Pondicherry town, especially on it’s architecture, a result of the centuries-old relations this place maintained with France.

pondicherry french colony 1

Afternoon sightseeing tour of Pondicherry visiting :-

Sri Aurobindo Ashram

auroville ashram pondicherry

The ashram was founded in 1920 when Sri Aurobindo reached Pondicherry, a French colony and put in place his ideas of peaceful community. The ashram, for long, was run by his French companion Mirra Alfassa, universally known as the Mother. The ashram houses the samadhi of Sri Aurobindo and the mother and open to everybody for fixed hours every day.

Pondicherry Museum

Situated in the Government Park, the Pondicherry Museum has a very good sculpture gallery and a section of archaeological finds from the Roman settlement at Arikamedu. There is also a French section charting the history of the colony. The objects include the four-poster bed in which Dupleix is believed to have slept. There is also a superb collection of the snail shells from the Pondicherry Region.

Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Built in the Gothic style, this massive church is one of the most beautiful churches in Pondicherry.

church of the sacred heart of jesus pondicherry

After visit return back to the hotel.

Overnight at the hotel.


Buffet breakfast at the hotel drive to Tanjore (180 kms / 06 – 07 hrs) enroute visiting Chidambaram. Continue your drive to Tanjore & upon arrival, check-in at hotel.

The Nataraja Temple Chidambaram

Thanjavur:   was the ancient capital of the Chola kings whose origins, go back to the beginning of the Christian era. Power struggles between these groups were a constant feature of their early history, with one or other gaining the ascendancy at various times. The Cholas’ turn for empire building came between 850 and 1270 AD and, at the height of their power. Probably the greatest chola emperors were Raja who was responsible for building the Brihadishwara Temple (Thanjavur main attraction) and his son Rajendra- I whose navy competed with the Arabs for controls of the Indian Ocean trade routes and who was responsible for bringing Srivijaya under Chola control.


Proceed for sightseeing tour of Tanjore – was the capital of the Chola Empire from the tenth to the fourteenth centuries. A Chola king, Raja Chola, who held the throne from 985 to 1016, built the greatest of the empire’s 74 temples, the Brahadeeswarar, with its soaring tower over the inner sanctum. This tower rises more than 62 meters (200 feet). On its dome rests a single block of granite weighing 80 tons

Royal Museum Tanjore

Later drive to Trichy (55 kms / 01 hrs)

Tiruchirappalli is situated in center Tamil Nadu, on the banks of the Cauvery river. It is 320 km from Madras and 150 km from Madurai. It was a Chola citadel during the Sangam Age and was also briefly ruled by the Pallavas and the Pandyas. Today, Trichy is a blend of history, a pilgrim center and a thriving commercial city.

Rock Fort Temple

 Proceed for sightseeing tour of Trichy visit the ‘Rock Fort Temple which rises abruptly to a height of 273 ft. A steep staircase cut into the rock leads upto the Fort. At the first level are the remnants of a huge hall blasted into ruins in 1772. The next storey is the Mathrubhuteshwarer Shrine dedicated to Shiva. Finally at the top of the hill, the ‘Uchhi Pillayar Koil’ – a Ganesh Temple offering a commanding view of the city.

Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple

Later you will visit Island of Srirangam. Tiruchirapalli, called Tiruchi or Trichy in Short, was built by the Nayak rulers of Madurai around a rock fort. Tiruchi is on the banks of the Kaveri river and is famous for the Ranganatha Temple at Srirangam, 10 km away. The Rock fort is the center of the city and is a remarkable structure. About 83 meters high, the fort dominates the landscape. The Uchi pillaiyer Temple dedicated to lord Vinayaka or Ganesha. A total of 344 steps, cut into the rock lead to the temple. There is also the Tyaumanaswami Temple of lord Shiva half way up the hillock. There are also two cave temples in the fort with sculptures dating back to the 6th and 7th centuries. The Sri Jambukeswara Temple, at Tiruvankkaikaval, Srirangam is an island in the Kaveri river, north of Tiruchirapalli. The Ranganathaswami Temple here, built around 13th-14th centuries has 21 towers and stone pillars covered with fine carvings.


Overnight at hotel


After buffet breakfast you will be driven to Madurai (130 kms / 04 hrs)

Madurai – Situated on the banks of river Vaigai, Madurai is more than 2,500 years old and has a rich cultural heritage and history. Madurai was an important cultural and commercial centre even as early as 550 AD. Madurai was the capital city for the great Pandya kings.

On arrival proceed to check in at the hotel.

Afternoon you will proceed for the sightseeing tour of Madurai City.

meenakshi temple madurai

Madurai’s main attraction is the famous Meenakshi temple located in the heart of the old town, a riotously baroque example of Dravidian architecture with gopurams (towers) covered from top to bottom with a breathless profusion of multi-colored images of gods, goddesses, animals and mythical figures.   The temple complex is a city within a city and one can spend days exploring its labyrinthine corridors and halls.  


Another attraction is the Thirumalai Nayak Palace (1636) restored by Lord Napier, dance drama concerts are performed daily.

Bedtime of the God

In the evening, you will once again proceed to the Meenakshi temple complex to witness the evening Aarti ceremony in which Lord Shiva is carried in a palanquin accompanied by musicians, temple singers and priests to the temple of his consort Parvati to spend the night.

Special note:Non- Hindus are not allowed inside the inner sanctum of the temple.

Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 06:               MADURAI – THEKKADY                           BY: SURFACE

After buffet breakfast you will proceed for Periyar (160 kms / 4.5 hrs).

The name Thekkady, brings to mind images of elephants, unending chains of hills and spice-scented plantations. Moreover, the flora and fauna of the Periyar wildlife sanctuary is absolutely thrilling. The wildlife sanctuary here is the natural habitat of a wide variety of animal species.


The Periyar Lake is a paradise for the nature lovers. It gives you an opportunity to observe the wild animals roaming in the jungle. The greatest attraction of Periyar Lake, however, is the herds of wild elephants that come down to play in the lake. Moreover, the Sanctuary Watch Tower situated in the forest interior gives you a panoramic view of the park.


Other attractions of the sanctuary are the Sambhar, Bison, Spotted Deer, Tigers, Leopards, Malabar Flying Squirrels, Stripe necked Mongooses, etc. There are over 260 species of birds here including Nilgiri Wood Pigeons, blue-winged Parakeets, White bellied Tree Pies, laughing Thrushes and Fly Catchers.

On arrival proceed to check in at the hotel.

In the afternoon, proceed to Periyar National Park to view the wildlife by boat. Situated within the confines of the Western Ghats in the southern Indian state of Kerala, PeriyarNational Park and Tiger.


Reserve is one of the most captivating wildlife parks in the world. The park has a picturesque lake at the heart of the sanctuary. Herds of elephant and sambar, gaur and wild pigs and wander down to the lakeside and can be observed from the launches that cruise the lake. Periyar also harbours the leopard, wild dog, barking deer and mouse deer.

Return to the hotel after your boat ride.

Overnight at the hotel.


After buffet breakfast you will proceed for Kumarakom (180 kms / 4.5 hrs)

On arrival proceed to check in at the hotel. 


Twelve kilometres to the west of Kottayam town lies a small village called Kumarakom. The village is a part of Kuttanad, the wonderland which lies below sea level. The Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, spread over 14 acres of lush greenery and blue waters, is located on the banks of the Vembanad Lake. The sanctuary is home to local varieties of waterfowl, cuckoo, and water ducks, as well as migrating Siberian storks.

Rest of the day at leisure.

Overnight at the hotel.


After buffet breakfast you will proceed to board your houseboat.


Kettuvallams are huge, tapering barges which were traditionally used to cargo rice and other goods across Kerala. It has a portion covered with bamboo and coir serving as kitchen and rest rooms for the crew. These boats are entirely built without the use of nails. Planks of jack wood are woven together with coir ropes and coated with a black resin made from boiled cashew kernels

kettuvallamModern-day Kettuvallams called houseboats, carry finished bedrooms, modern toilets, cosy living rooms, a kitchen and even a balcony where tourists can laze on cushions. Sections of the carved roof of wood and plaited palms open out to provide shade and allow an uninterrupted view. Most of the boats are poled by local oarsmen. Some are powered by engines. Gliding on serene backwaters, visitors can witness an unspoilt Kerala

Overnight on board houseboat


Morning disembark Houseboat and depart for Cochin by surface (90 Kms/2 Hrs).

Spice market Cochin

Cochin (Kochi) is spread across islands and promontories in a stunning location between the Arabian Sea and the Backwaters. The city was founded in 1341 when a flood created a natural safe port, which became the principal harbour for Malabar Coast’s spice trade. Cochin was on the main trade route between Europe and China. The rulers invited people of various religions to settle here, attracting the Jews and the Christians who built places of worship and their own communities.

Afternoon, you will proceed for the sightseeing tour of Cochin.


You will first proceed to Mattancherry and visit the oldest Jewish Synagogue (Closed on Saturdays & All the Jewish holidays)in India, built in 1568; it was destroyed by the Portuguese and rebuilt by the Dutch a century later.

Mattancherry Dutch Palace

You will also visit The Dutch Palace(Closed on Fridays)- which was built in 1555 and its coronation hall and murals at Ramayana are noteworthy features.

Kochi chinese fishnets

Chinese fishing nets. The cantilevered fishing nets line the entrance to the harbour mouth. Chinese traders are believed to have originally introduced them in the 14th century although, today parts of the nets are known by Portuguese names.

St. Francis ChurchYour next stop will be St. Francis Church, originally named after Santo Antonio and dedicated to him as the Patron Saint of Portugal, St. Francis Church is the first church to have been in the new European influenced tradition. Originally a wooden building was replaced by the present stone building. Vasco De Gamma died on the site in 1524 and was originally buried in the cemetery. 14 years later his body was removed to Portugal. The church was renamed St. Francis in 1663.


In the evening, you will be taken to a Kathakali dance centre where you will witness the most elaborate of the dance forms in southern India. Here you will witness the artists readying themselves up with the make up for the final performance.   Kerala owes its transnational fame to this nearly 300 years old classical dance form, which combines facets of ballet, opera, masque and the pantomime. It is said to have evolved from other performing arts like Kootiyattam, Krishnanattam and Kalarippayattu. Kathakali explicates ideas and stories from the Indian epics and Puranas. Presented in the temple precincts after dusk falls Kathakali is heralded by the Kelikottu or the beating of drums in accompaniment of the Chengila (gong).

Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 10:    COCHIN – GOA     BY FLIGHT                       

After buffet breakfast, you will be transferred to Cochin airport to board your flight to Goa via Mumbai/Bangalore.

Goa Beach

Upon arrival in Goa, a representative will meet you and transfer you to your hotel

Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 11:  GOA

After buffet breakfast, you will proceed for sightseeing tour of Goa.

Take a half day tour of Goa, starting from the slopes of Altinho hill for a breath-taking view of Panjim and river Mandovi.

Goa Beach

Drive to Donapaula for a view of India’s largest natural harbour, Marmagoa. Then on to Old Goa, the spiritual heart of Portuguese Goa to visit Basilica of Bom Jesus wherein is enshrined the body of St. Francis Xavier in an ornate silver casket.

se cathedral goa

Also visit St. Cathedral; the biggest Church in the East, St. Catejan built like St Peter’s of Rome, the Church of Lady Rosary and St. Monica.

basilica of bom jesus goa

Return to your hotel after the tour.

Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 12:   GOA

After buffet breakfast, remainder of the day at leisure.

Overnight at the hotel

DAY 13:    GOA – MUMBAI         BY FLIGHT

After buffet breakfast, you will board the flight to Mumbai

Upon arrival, you will proceed for the sightseeing tour of Mumbai city.

Bombay, or Mumbai, is the capital of Maharashtra and the economic powerhouse of India. It’s the fastest moving, most affluent and the most industrialized city in India. Yet, once upon a time, Bombay was nothing more than a group of low-lying, swampy and malarial mud flats presented to the British by its Portuguese occupiers as a wedding gift in 1661.

Dhobi Ghats mumbai

During your tour you will be driven to the Dhobi Ghats for a photo stop, that is a huge open-air laundry, which makes an interesting viewing.

Tower of Silence mumbai

You will be then driven to Malabar Hill (drive past) via the Tower of Silence (drive past) – a round stone construction on which Parsis place their dead to be eaten by the vultures and Hanging Gardens which is built over Bombay’s reservoir.

Marine Drive Mumbai

You will be then driven along Marine Drive, the sea – Front Boulevard. It is also known as the Queen’s Necklace as in the evening, the breeze from the Arabian Sea comes over Marine Drive and as the streetlights on this U-shaped road light up, the view from south Bombay’s skyscrapers or from the exclusive residential area, is that of a Queen’s Necklace. 

Victoria Terminus mumbai

You will than photo-stop at Victoria Terminus which is now known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus. This magnificent building was constructed for a period of 10 years. The construction work started in 1878 and was completed in the year 1888. The building was designed by F.W .Stevens, a famous architect of Britain. In 1882, on the occasion of New Year’s Eve this railway station started its operation in Mumbai.

Victoria Terminus is undoubtedly the Raj’s piece de resistance, Complete with carved stone friezes, stained glass windows and flying buttresses.

clock tower mumbaiYou will drive past Rajabai Tower is situated within the premises of the Fort campus of the Mumbai University. It is basically a clock tower that rises to a height of 85 m (280 ft) and houses the University Library. The top of the cupola is ornamented with sixteen statues depicting various Indian castes. The tower has been modelled after the Big Ben Clock Tower of the UK houses of Parliament, situated in London, and was built as per the designs of Sir George Gilbert Scott, an English architect. It was in March 1869 that the foundation stone of the Rajabai Clock Tower of Bombay was laid down.

mumbaiYou next stop will be to Gateway of India –the landmark of Bombay, which, was before the advent of air travel, the only gateway to India. It was built to commemorate the visit of King George and Queen Mary to India in 1911.

After sightseeing tour, you will have transferred to Mumbai airport for your final departure.


In early hours, you will check-out of your rooms and a INDUS TRIPS representative will meet you and transfer you to International airport to board your flight for back hom.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: What is the starting point of the tour?
A: The tour begins in Chennai, the vibrant capital city of Tamil Nadu.

Q: What are some highlights of Chennai?
A: Chennai offers a mix of classical music, Bharatanatyam dance, historical sites like Fort St. George, and the serene Marina Beach.

Q: What is unique about Mahabalipuram?
A: Mahabalipuram is known for its UNESCO-listed rock-cut temples, including the impressive Five Rathas and the Shore Temple by the sea.

Q: How does Pondicherry showcase its French influence?
A: Pondicherry features charming colonial architecture, French-style cafes, and attractions like Sri Aurobindo Ashram.

Q: What architectural marvels can be found in Tanjore and Trichy?
A: Tanjore boasts the grand Brihadishwara Temple, while Trichy offers the Rock Fort Temple and the island of Srirangam with its intricately carved temples.

Q: What is the highlight of Madurai?
A: Madurai is renowned for the Meenakshi Temple, adorned with vibrant sculptures, and its captivating evening Aarti ceremony.

Q: How can I experience wildlife in Thekkady?
A: Thekkady offers a boat ride on Periyar Lake, where you can observe herds of wild elephants, sambar deer, and diverse bird species.

Q: What is unique about the houseboat experience in Alleppey?
A: Alleppey offers a serene houseboat journey through the backwaters, allowing you to witness local life and lush landscapes.

Q: What cultural attractions can be found in Cochin?
A: Cochin boasts the iconic Chinese fishing nets, historic Jewish Synagogue, Dutch Palace, and vibrant Kathakali dance performances.

Q: What can I expect in Goa during the tour?
A: Goa offers beautiful beaches, historic sites like Basilica of Bom Jesus, and a blend of Indian and Portuguese influences in its architecture and culture.

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1N/2D Taj Mahal Moonlight Tour from Delhi

Taj Mahal on a Full Moon Night

“The Taj Mahal rises above the banks of the river like a solitary tear suspended on the cheek of time.”  ― Rabindranath Tagore

Tour Overview

Embark on a captivating journey through history and architecture on this unforgettable tour. Our adventure begins in the bustling city of Delhi as we set out on a scenic drive to Agra. En route, we’ll explore the majestic Sikandra, a tribute to Emperor Akbar, before arriving in Agra to settle into our comfortable hotel. A visit to the iconic Red Fort reveals tales of power struggles and poignant moments, where Shah Jahan’s gaze fell upon the enchanting Taj Mahal, his beloved queen’s resting place.

As night falls, we’ll be treated to an ethereal experience at the Taj Mahal, its pristine beauty illuminated under the moonlit sky. This privilege is limited to just a few nights each month, adding an air of exclusivity to our journey. The following day, after an optional revisit to the Taj Mahal or leisurely breakfast, we’ll head back to Delhi, stopping at Fatehpur Sikri, an abandoned Mughal gem that whispers stories of bygone eras and the mystical Sheikh Salim Chishti. With hearts and minds enriched by these historical treasures, we’ll return to Delhi, our voyage coming to a close. Whether gazing at the marble marvels or tracing the footsteps of emperors, this tour promises a symphony of sights and stories that will linger long after we bid adieu.

Shah Jahan and Mumtaj Mahal
Shah Jahan and Mumtaj Mahal

Destinations Covered

Delhi: The vibrant capital of India, Delhi is a city that seamlessly blends ancient history with modern life. From bustling markets and intricate temples to grand colonial architecture and bustling streets, Delhi offers a fascinating mix of cultures and experiences.

Agra: Agra is synonymous with the timeless beauty of the Taj Mahal, one of the world’s most iconic monuments. This white marble mausoleum, built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaj Mahal, is a testament to eternal love and architectural marvel.

Sikandra: The tomb of Akbar the Great in Sikandra is a blend of architectural styles, featuring both Islamic and Hindu design elements. This serene and grand monument reflects the magnificence of Akbar’s reign and his inclusive approach to culture and religion.

Red Fort, Agra: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Red Fort in Agra is an imposing fortress that once served as the main residence of the Mughal emperors. Its intricate design, including impressive gates and palaces, tells stories of power, intrigue, and artistic brilliance.

Fatehpur Sikri: A ghostly Mughal city frozen in time, Fatehpur Sikri is a masterpiece of architecture and urban planning. It was built by Emperor Akbar and later abandoned due to water scarcity. The elegant palaces, courtyards, and the breathtaking Jama Masjid stand as a testament to Akbar’s vision and the grandeur of the Mughal empire.

These destinations come together to create a rich tapestry of history, art, and culture, offering travelers a unique and immersive experience into India’s captivating past and vibrant present.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01: Delhi – Agra

We will start early from Delhi Hotel/Airport/Home and drive to Agra. We will visit Sikandra on our way to Agra city. Upon arrival at Agra we will check-in at the hotel.

Sikandra Agra

Later we will visit the famous Red Fort of Agra, where Shah Jahan was imprisoned by his son Aurangzeb, after a brief struggle for power. It is from the Red Fort that the old emperor gazed upon Taj Mahal, the tomb of his beloved queen Mumtaj.

Red Fort Agra

In the Night we will proceed to Taj Mahal, which was constructed between 1631 A.D and 1654 A.D. The construction is said to have been done by a workforce of 22,000 and took some 20 years to complete.

Taj Mahal Moonlight Tour

 Information About Visit Taj Mahal in Full Moon Night:

* Only 5 nights per month are allowed for Taj Mahal Moonlight Tours, 2 days before and 2 days after full moon night date.

* The time for viewing is from 8-30 p.m. to 12-30 in eight batches of 50 persons for half an hour duration. The visitors of the night viewing of Taj Mahal have to report at Shilpagram complex half an hour in advance of the viewing time.

* The night viewing tickets of Taj Mahal should be purchased one day in advance of the date of night viewing.

After spending some enchanting moments at Taj, we will drive back to the hotel for a good night sleep.

Day 02: Agra – Fatehpur Sikri – Delhi 


After breakfast, if you desire, we will visit Taj Mahal again or drive to Delhi. On the way we will visit Fatehpur Sikri, the abandoned mughal city.

fatehpur sikri

The story goes that Sheikh Salim Chishti was a Sufi saint who blessed the Akbar with his first son and heir, who was named Salim after him and later came to be known as Jahangir. Fatehpur Sikri was planned as a great town by Akbar with great care and planning in the honor of Sheikh Salim Chisti but had to be abandoned after fifteen years due to acute shortage of water.

We will reach Delhi around 5:00PM. Drop at Airport/Hotel/Home.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: How long is the tour duration?
A: The tour duration is spread across multiple days, allowing you to explore the destinations at a comfortable pace. Please refer to the detailed tour plan for specific day-wise activities.

Q: What is the significance of Sikandra?
A: Sikandra is home to the tomb of Emperor Akbar, a remarkable blend of Islamic and Hindu architectural styles. It offers insights into the cultural diversity and architectural brilliance of the Mughal era.

Q: Can I visit the Taj Mahal at night?
A: Yes, the tour offers a unique opportunity to visit the Taj Mahal at night during select evenings of the month. Special viewing times and ticketing details are provided for this enchanting experience.

Q: What is the story behind Fatehpur Sikri’s abandonment?
A: Fatehpur Sikri, a planned Mughal city, was abandoned after just fifteen years due to a severe shortage of water. It was built by Emperor Akbar as a tribute to Sheikh Salim Chishti, a Sufi saint who blessed him with an heir.

Q: How long did it take to build the Taj Mahal?
A: The construction of the Taj Mahal spanned over two decades, from 1631 to 1654. It involved a workforce of around 22,000 skilled artisans and laborers.

Q: Is the tour suitable for families with children?
A: Yes, the tour is family-friendly and offers a blend of historical exploration and cultural experiences that can be enjoyed by travelers of all ages.

Q: Can I extend my stay in Agra or Delhi after the tour?
A: Absolutely, you can choose to extend your stay in either Agra or Delhi after the tour concludes. Our team can assist you with accommodation and travel arrangements.

Q: Are photography and videography allowed at the monuments?
A: Yes, photography and videography are generally allowed at the monuments, but there might be certain restricted areas where it is not permitted. Please follow the guidelines and respect the cultural heritage.

Q: How do I book tickets for the Taj Mahal night viewing?
A: Night viewing tickets for the Taj Mahal can be purchased one day in advance at the designated ticket counter. The tour guide will provide you with more information and assist with the booking process.

Q: Is there a dress code for visiting the monuments?
A: While there is no strict dress code, it is recommended to dress modestly and respectfully when visiting religious and historical sites. Comfortable footwear is advisable as you’ll be exploring various attractions on foot.

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3N/4D Khajuraho Orchha Tour from Delhi


Embark on a captivating journey through Central India on this 4-day cultural odyssey.

Tour Overview

Commencing your journey, an early morning transfer from Delhi lands you on the Shatabdi train to Jhansi. There, explore history with a half-day city tour encompassing the formidable Jhansi Fort, a captivating Museum, and the elegant Rani Mahal. Venturing onward, reach Orchha to uncover the enchanting Orchha Fort, home to the revered Ram Raja, Chaturbhuj, and Lakshmi Narayan Temples. Your path then leads to Khajuraho, where the intricately adorned Eastern and Western Group of Temples stand in awe-inspiring splendor. Engage in an evocative light and sound show before the adventure concludes, bidding adieu to Khajuraho and retracing your steps to Jhansi for your return to Delhi, carrying cherished memories of architectural magnificence and historical marvels.

Destinations Covered

Jhansi: A city steeped in history, Jhansi is home to the formidable Jhansi Fort, an emblem of courage and resilience. The city’s regal past comes alive as you explore the museum that chronicles its storied heritage, and the elegant Rani Mahal, a palace that resonates with tales of valiant queens.

Orchha: Nestled on the banks of the Betwa River, Orchha is a town frozen in time, adorned with the grand Orchha Fort that echoes with the whispers of its royal past. Within its walls, the Ram Raja Temple, Chaturbhuj Temple, and Lakshmi Narayan Temple stand as exquisite testimonies to architectural finesse and spiritual devotion.

Khajuraho: Famed for its intricate temple sculptures, Khajuraho is a treasure trove of artistic brilliance. The Eastern and Western Group of Temples showcase an exquisite blend of spirituality and sensuality, their intricate carvings depicting a rich tapestry of life, love, and divinity. The evening’s light and sound show adds an enchanting dimension to this archaeological wonder.

Each destination on this tour invites you to traverse through time, delving into the pages of history and marveling at the artistic prowess of bygone eras.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 1: Delhi – Jhansi [By Train]
Early morning pick up from your hotel & transfer to Railway station to board on the Shatabdi train to Jhansi. On arrival at Jhansi, transfer to the hotel. In the afternoon enjoy a half day city tour of Jhansi covering Fort, Museum and Rani Mahal.
Jhansi fort
Jhansi fort

Jhansi Museum

Jhansi Palace
Jhansi Palace
Return back to hotel in the evening for dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 2: Jhansi – Orchha – Khajuraho [180 Kms]

After an early breakfast check out from the hotel and drive to Khajuraho via Orchha.

On arrival at Orchha, visit Orchha fort. As there are many temples within the fort, three are especially worth visiting. Visit Ram Raja, Chaturbhuj and Lakshmi Narayan Temple.

Orchha Fort
Orchha Fort
Lakshminarayan Temple Orchha
Lakshminarayan Temple Orchha

In the afternoon, a continue to drive to Khajuraho. On arrival at Khajuraho, check into the hotel. Enjoy dinner & Overnight stay at hotel in Khajuraho.

Day 3: Khajuraho

This morning after breakfast in the hotel proceed for full day sightseeing of Khajuraho visit Eastern & Western Group of Temple’s.
Explore the light & sound show in the evening. Later, return back to a hotel for dinner & Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 4: Khajuraho – Jhansi railway station [180 Kms/05 hrs]

After an early breakfast leave from Khajuraho and directly drive to Jhansi Railway station to board the train for Delhi. On arrival at Delhi, transfer to Airport/Hotel for your next destination.
End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: How do I reach Jhansi for the tour?
A: You will board the convenient Shatabdi train from Delhi to Jhansi, offering a comfortable and scenic journey to kickstart your tour.

Q: What can I expect to see at Jhansi Fort?
A: Jhansi Fort is a historic marvel with tales of valor. You’ll explore its ancient walls, visit the museum showcasing artifacts from the past, and admire the elegant Rani Mahal, reflecting the city’s royal heritage.

Q: What are the key highlights of the Orchha visit?
A: Orchha is known for its stunning fort complex, where you can witness the Ram Raja Temple, Chaturbhuj Temple, and Lakshmi Narayan Temple, each offering unique architectural and spiritual insights.

Q: What makes Khajuraho famous?
A: Khajuraho is renowned for its intricate temple carvings that depict diverse aspects of life, ranging from spirituality to sensuality. The Western and Eastern Group of Temples showcase these exceptional sculptures.

Q: Are the temples at Khajuraho still used for worship?
A: While some of the temples are still active for worship, many serve as archaeological and historical sites, allowing visitors to marvel at the craftsmanship of ancient artisans.

Q: Is the light and sound show at Khajuraho included in the tour?
A: Yes, the tour includes a captivating light and sound show in Khajuraho, offering an immersive experience that brings the history and legends of the temples to life.

Q: How do I travel from Khajuraho back to Delhi?
A: On the final day, you’ll leave Khajuraho and travel to Jhansi Railway station to board a train for your return journey to Delhi, where you will be transferred to the airport or your next destination.

Q: Are meals included in the tour package?
A: Yes, the tour typically includes meals as mentioned in the itinerary, ensuring you have a comfortable and enjoyable dining experience throughout the journey.

Q: Can I extend my stay in Khajuraho or explore nearby areas?
A: While the tour is structured, you can certainly discuss with the tour organizers about extending your stay or exploring nearby attractions to make the most of your visit.

Q: Is the tour suitable for travelers of all ages?
A: Yes, the tour is designed to offer an enriching experience for travelers of all ages, catering to both history enthusiasts and those seeking cultural immersion.

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12N/13D Odisha Rural Tour

Odisha Tribals

Odisha (formerly Orissa), an eastern Indian state on the Bay of Bengal, is known for its tribal cultures and its many ancient Hindu temples. Kond is one of the largest tribe in Odisha who worship hills, nature, and streams. Sauras. Sauras is one of the ancient tribes in India that also find their mention in the Hindu epics of Mahabharata and Ramayana. Bonda. Santhals. Gonds. Bhumias. 

Odisha Tribals

Odisha has a rich cultural and artistic heritage. Due to the reign of many different rulers in the past, arts and crafts in Odisha underwent many changes giving an artistic diversity today in the forms of traditional handicrafts, painting and carving, dance and music.

Major handicrafts in Odisha include applique work, brass and bell metal, silver filigree and stone carving. Other forms include Lacquer, Papier Mache, and tribal combs, handlooms and wood and traditional stone carving.

Odisha Art

Tour Overview

Embark on an enthralling cultural expedition through the heart of Odisha, India’s land of artistry and tradition. Beginning in Bhubaneshwar, our journey unwraps the essence of this region through captivating city tours, delving into the intricate world of temples, caves, and local crafts.

Enriching encounters await in Nuapatna, where weavers breathe life into fabrics, and Sadeibareni, a haven of mesmerizing Dokra metalwork. Padmakesharpur enchants with snake charmers’ mystique. The trail continues to Puri, where artisans’ magic adorns the landscape in Bell Metal, Appliqué work, and Raghurajpur’s artistic village. We delve into the heart of local life, witnessing the dawn of Potters’ Village and meandering through the charming labyrinth of stone carvers and fishermen en route to Konark.

In Baliguda, Kutia Kondh’s vibrant culture unfolds, while Rayagada unveils the captivating Dongria Kondh tribe. Jeypore unveils the fascinating Bonda and Gadaba villages before the captivating Paraja village enchants us. Dhruba villages and their bustling market offer a captivating glimpse into local life before concluding our odyssey in Vishakhapatnam, a trove of memories, before bidding adieu with cherished experiences and heartfelt connections.

Destinations Covered

Bhubaneshwar: The starting point of your journey, Bhubaneshwar is known as the “Temple City of India.” Explore its ancient temples and caves, which hold centuries of spiritual and architectural significance, offering a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of the region.

Nuapatna: A weaver’s paradise, Nuapatna showcases the intricate art of weaving, where vibrant fabrics come to life under the skilled hands of local artisans, each thread weaving a story of tradition and craftsmanship.

Sadeibareni: Delve into the world of Dokra metalwork in Sadeibareni, where skilled artisans create intricate and unique metal sculptures using the ancient lost-wax casting technique, a tradition passed down through generations.

Padmakesharpur: Immerse yourself in the enigmatic world of snake charmers in Padmakesharpur, where you’ll witness captivating performances and gain insight into the mystical traditions surrounding these creatures.

Puri: A coastal gem, Puri boasts the iconic Jagannath Temple and offers a chance to witness the artisans’ prowess in Bell Metal work, Appliqué craftsmanship, and the enchanting Raghurajpur Artisan’s village.

Baliguda: As you journey to Baliguda, you’ll encounter the vibrant culture of the Kutia Kondh tribe, known for their distinctive traditions and way of life that blend harmoniously with nature.

Rayagada: The captivating Dongria Kondh tribe calls Rayagada home, providing a rare opportunity to engage with their unique customs and traditions, offering insights into their deep-rooted connection with the land.

Jeypore: A gateway to indigenous cultures, Jeypore introduces you to the fascinating Bonda and Gadaba tribes, each with their own distinct practices and vibrant attire that reflect their cultural identity.

Paraja Village: Paraja Village offers an intimate encounter with the Paraja tribe, allowing you to witness their daily life and immerse yourself in the rhythm of their traditional village and bustling local market.

Dhruba Villages: In the Dhruba villages, you’ll witness the vibrant community life and bustling marketplaces, providing a glimpse into the everyday experiences and traditions of the local people.

Vishakhapatnam: The final stop of your journey, Vishakhapatnam is a coastal city known for its beautiful beaches and cultural diversity, serving as a fitting conclusion to your exploration of Odisha’s rich heritage.

Each destination on this remarkable tour presents a unique opportunity to engage with local cultures, traditions, and art forms, creating a tapestry of experiences that will linger in your memory.

Detailed Tour Plan

Day 01: Arrival at Bhubaneshwar. Transfer to hotel.

Day 02: City tour of Bhubaneshwar, covering Temples & Caves. Overnight at Bhubaneshwar.

Bhubaneswar Temple

Day 03: After breakfast we will start our excursion to Nuapatna (Weaving Village), Sadeibareni ( Dokra Metal work village) & Padmakesharpur(Snake Charmers Village).

Nuapatna weavers
Nuapatna weavers
dokra metal art
dokra metal art
Padmakesarpur snake charmers
Padmakesarpur snake charmers

Overnight at Bhubaneshwar.

Day 04: Drive to Puri enroute visiting 64yogini village with Bell Metal work village, Pipli Applique work village & Raghurajpur Artisan’s village.

64 Yogini Village Odisha
64 Yogini Village Odisha
Bell Metal Work Odisha
Bell Metal Work Odisha
Pipli Applique work odisha
Pipli Applique work odisha
Raghurajpur Artisan’s village odisha
Raghurajpur Artisan’s village odisha

Overnight at Puri.

Day 05: Early morning visit of Potters’ village.

Potters village odisha
Potters village odisha

Excursion to Konark enroute visiting Stone Carvers village & Fishermen’ village.

Fishermen village odisha
Fishermen village odisha

Overnight at Puri.

Day 06: City tour of Puri & drive to Bhubaneshwar.

Puri Jagannath Temple

Overnight at Bhubaneshwar.

Day 07: Drive to Baliguda. Overnight at Baliguda.


Day 08: Visit of Kutia Kondh village & drive to Rayagada.

Kutia Kondh villageOvernight at Rayagada.

Day 09: Visit of Dongria Kondh village & drive to Jeypore.

Dongria Kondh village
Dongria Kondh village

Overnight at Jeypore.

Day 10: Visit of Bonda & Gadaba villages.

Bonda & Gadaba villages
Bonda & Gadaba villages

Overnight at Jeypore.

Day 11: Visit of Paraja village & market.

Paraja village
Paraja village

Overnight at Jeypore.

Day 12: Visit of Dhruba villages & their market. Dhuruba village odishaDrive to Vishakhapatnam.

Day 13: Departure transfer to the airport for the onward connection.

End of Tour

FAQs about the Tour

Q: What is the duration of the tour?
A: The tour spans across 13 days, allowing ample time to explore and immerse yourself in the diverse cultures and traditions of the destinations covered.

Q: Is the tour suitable for all age groups?
A: Yes, the tour is designed to offer enriching experiences for travelers of all ages, catering to cultural enthusiasts and those seeking authentic encounters.

Q: What types of art and crafts are highlighted in the tour?
A: The tour showcases a rich array of traditional crafts, including weaving in Nuapatna, Dokra metalwork in Sadeibareni, Bell Metal work and Appliqué craftsmanship in Puri, and much more.

Q: How do I reach the starting point of the tour in Bhubaneshwar?
A: You can reach Bhubaneshwar by air, rail, or road, depending on your convenience and location. Our tour organizers can assist you with transportation options.

Q: Are the visits to tribal villages respectful and ethical?
A: Yes, the tour is conducted in a respectful and ethical manner, allowing you to engage with local tribes while prioritizing their dignity, traditions, and privacy.

Q: Are meals included in the tour package?
A: The tour typically includes meals as mentioned in the itinerary, ensuring you have a delightful culinary experience throughout the journey.

Q: Will there be English-speaking guides?
A: Yes, you will have knowledgeable English-speaking guides at each destination who will provide insights into the local culture, history, and traditions.

Q: What is the level of physical activity involved in the tour?
A: The tour involves a moderate level of physical activity, including walking and exploring various sites. However, the pace can be adjusted to accommodate different fitness levels.

Q: Can I purchase local crafts and souvenirs during the tour?
A: Absolutely, the tour offers opportunities to purchase unique local crafts and souvenirs at various villages and markets, providing a chance to support local artisans.

Q: Is the tour customizable or extendable?
A: While the tour follows a specific itinerary, you can discuss with the tour organizers about potential customization or extension options based on your preferences and interests.

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