Explore India

If you’re looking for adventure, explore India, where every moment brings new stimulation. The scent of roasted cumin seeds floating through a Delhi bazaar ... a young girl’s bracelets jangling on her arm as she prepares for a festival ... Hindu pilgrims descending ghats into the holy Ganges. From the excitement of the “Golden Triangle” cities of Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur to the tranquility of the unexpected retreats that lie between them, we explore it all on this tour of India. Expert Trip Leaders will bring you behind the scenes and off the beaten path with their intimate understanding of India, past and present.

Heart of India

If you’re looking for adventure, explore India, where every moment brings new stimulation. The scent of roasted cumin seeds floating through a Delhi bazaar ... a young girl’s bracelets jangling on her arm as she prepares for a festival ... Hindu pilgrims descending ghats into the holy Ganges.

BAGINI GLACIER TREK

If you are looking for some adventure in trekking, experience the trek to Bagini Glacier. This is a route where, you will have to face numerous challenges, but the nature goddess is dressed in such a dress that you will find that the queen of the world is before you to give you a boon.

Trek to Dayara Bugyal

Dayara Bugyal is perhaps one of the most beautiful alpine meadows in India. The meadow stretch out far and wide.The panoramic view of the Himalayas from here is breathtaking. Situated at an elevation of about 3048 m, this vast meadow is second to none in natural beauty.

DODITAL TREK

Dodital situated at an altitude of 3307mt., Dodital trekking makes an excellent trek to Dodital Lake, The Dodital lake is surrounded by beautiful pine and oak forests, rhododendron clusters, and has a large variety of Himalayan birds.

BAGINI GLACIER TREK

The South is ancient India in its purest form. Streets blaze with vivid color and glorious temple cities are alive with rituals of age-old tradition. From the Bay of Bengal and its Coromandel Coast in the east, the Malabar Coast of Kerala in the west, to the Deccan plateau in the center, the region encompasses tremendous variety.

KUARI PASS TREK

In 1905, Lord Curzon reached Kuari Pass (4652 m). Kuari pass means "door way”. He made the trek, and since then it is also known as the Curzon trail. The main attraction of it is the imposing view of the eastern peaks of Garhwal Himalayas, the twin peaks of Nanda Devi, Kamet, Dronagiri, Trishul, Bertholi, Hathi Ghodi Parvat, Mana, and Neelkanth peaks.

THE INDIAN ODYSSEY

Dodital situated at an altitude of 3307mt., Dodital trekking makes an excellent trek to Dodital Lake, The Dodital lake is surrounded by beautiful pine and oak forests, rhododendron clusters, and has a large variety of Himalayan birds.

THE NIZAMS THE MUGHALS AND THE SHIKARAS

Mughlai cuisine is a style of cooking developed in the Indian subcontinent by the imperial kitchens of the Mughal Empire. It represents the cooking styles used in North India (especially Uttar Pradesh and Delhi) and Pakistan as well as in parts of Dhaka in Bangladesh and the Indian city of Hyderabad.

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Mughlai cuisine is a style of cooking developed in the Indian subcontinent by the imperial kitchens of the Mughal Empire. It represents the cooking styles used in North India (especially Uttar Pradesh and Delhi) and Pakistan as well as in parts of Dhaka in Bangladesh and the Indian city of Hyderabad.

ROOPKUND TREK

Roopkund Lake is situated at an altitude of 5029 mts. in the interior of the Chamoli district, Roopkund is famous for the mysterious shallow lake of about 2 mts., with the edges covered with snow almost throughout the year. After the snow melts, skeletal remains which are believed to be 500-600 year old, many theories explain the findings but none seem satisfying. The lake is nestled amidst panoramic mountain scenery.