Kashmir is a lovely place. Tourist especially the honeymoon couple plans for this spot because of the snow-clad mountains and lush greenery that you may not be able to see elsewhere. The best time to cover most of the Kashmir is planning for the eight days tour to Kashmir valley. On this heaven of earth, you will be able to get some most pleasant and enjoyable experience of life. The journey starts from Jammu and then completes the whole circulate through Sonmarg, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, and Srinagar.
It is not just the attractions of Kashmir but there are so many activities and food that you will be able to explore when you are here. In the list of the itinerary, there will be picturesque gardens, enchanting lakes, fascinating mountains, historic places, and a lot more.
The ideal time to sit this place is in summer. In winter most of the areas are covered under snow while in the rainy season, the rainfall is quite high. If you have a budget set right and finally have decided the dates, you must pack warm clothes and umbrella in case of an emergency to make your journey more safe and enjoyable experience. There are fascinating mountains, enhancing lakes and even the picturesque gardens that will give you moments to cherish with your loved ones.
Nagaland is a cultural place with a milage of festivals that are celebrated joyously year long but one such event that eagerly keeps every individual waiting is the Hornbill Festival. This annual festival is celebrated in the first 10 days of December in the capital of Nagaland and it is a must attend event. Not only you get to see different cultural meets, folk songs and traditional dresses but also gallop and slurp local eateries and drinks. Buying souvenirs and participate in the night carnival at Kohima is all an exciting opportunity to experience Nagaland. Not to forget, for the music fanatics, the rock concert takes place during the last days of the festival. In our 5N/6D Hornbill Festival tour package, we will take you to explore the famous festival as well as traverse through Naga villages and learn about their culture and lifestyle. Our this Nagaland holiday package also will help you understand the cultivation of Naga people and will take you for nature walks and overnight camping in Seikhakie and also a visit to the first Green Village of India, Khonoma.
A MONTH OF EXQUISITE NORTH EAST ESCAPES - this package presents you the travel from Guwahati to Manipur to Nagaland. North East India is a region least explored, most mysterious and arguably the most beautiful parts of the Indian subcontinent. It opens its doors to pristine natural beauty, rare and endangered wildlife and plant species, rich ethnic diversity and unique tribal cultural heritage. The geography of the area is as varied as its people. While the famous one-horned Asian rhinos graze peacefully in Kaziranga’s grasslands beside the mighty Brahmaputra River in Assam, waterfalls thunder down the forested hills and valleys of Meghalaya, and snowy peaks of the Himalayas dominate the northern landscape of Arunachal Pradesh & Nagaland. Indulging in outdoor activities such as trekking or river rafting in your North East trip will prove to be a rare encounter with the wilderness. Every step is a whole new world bursting with life..
To describe in words what wonders North India is filled with, would surely be an understatement. The whole region is dotted with crème de la crème tourist destinations which have something for every traveler. One of the states here which is an all-rounder is definitely Himachal Pradesh. The surreal beauty of its hill stations helped a little by mountains, emerald greenery, and cultural experience makes it a favorite. Stringing together all the popular destinations of this state is the Complete Himachal Tour. This 10 Nights and 11 Days itinerary takes wanderers on a joy ride to Manali, Shimla, Dalhousie, and Dharamshala. And wait as you also get to set foot on the splendid land of Chandigarh. Feel a certain freshness taking you over with this tour and revel in the ethereal world of Himachal.
Andaman unfolds a unique beauty with an exotic combination of sand, sea and sun. The warm pleasant sunshine along with the mesmerizing beauty of the seas, the shallow crystal clear waters throbbing with spritely colourful fish and vibrant and unique corals and the green forests comprising palm-lined shores and intricate mangrove forests enthral the travellers and tourists. The famed beauty of the beaches of Neil Island and Havelock Island are restful abodes for relax-seeking tourists. The sandy and gently sloping beaches are also famous all over the world for the adventurous water sports and activities.
WESTERN INDIA: START FROM MUMBAI AND END AT DELHI, COVER BEST OF WESTERN INDIA. India is a lively land of vivid colours and endless activity. It is also a profoundly spiritual place with a proud heritage and extraordinarily diverse scenery. From the intense bustle of Mumbai and Delhi, you’ll journey through the Rajasthani countryside and gain a fascinating glimpse into rural life. Stay at the country’s most iconic hotels, some converted from royal palaces, travel deep into the wilderness in search of the elusive Bengal tiger, and take an intimate look at life and death in the sacred city of Varanasi, where devout pilgrims flock to the holy Ganges to bathe in the sacred water and cremate their loved ones. Combine your experience of the Taj Mahal and the Treasures of India with two days at the world-famous Pushkar Fair. See painted and adorned camels; peruse stalls selling camel tassels and woven gypsy dowry bags; and witness Hindu devotees as they throng the ghats around Pushkar Lake in order to bathe and cleanse their sins.
THE GORGEOUS SOUTH - START FROM CHENNAI AND END AT KOCHI. Immerse yourself in India’s more spiritual side on this journey through the relaxed southern states of the sub-continent. Prized for millennia for its aromatic spices and natural beauty, the south remains a feast for the senses, with fragrant cuisines, friendly people, and fascinating cultures. Bask in the colour and movement of bustling, sophisticated cities, sleepy fishing villages, tropical coastlines, and lush hinterlands. You’ll be astonished by the Pallava sculptures and towering Chola temples of Tamil Nadu, enchanted by the colonial charms of Puducherry, and lulled by the tranquil backwaters of Kerala, in an India still largely undisturbed by tourism.
Drive to Athirapilly vazhachal waterfalls
The waterfalls attraction is a recurring motif echoing with the pulse of nature creating soothing sounds. This 80ft high famous waterfall starts calmly from the high ranges and crashes down through gorges overhung with trees. Its white spray of water appears almost magical from the rocky road that swerves around the mountain. Stay at Cochin.
It is in the Indus Valley Civilization India’s rich ancient history is hidden in Ladakh. Known for its association to the pre-Vedic times, it is widely believed that Dravidians originally were there. Relive the culture and tradition in an apt way.
The itinerary of 10 Days Trip to Ladakh helps you to experience the Indus Valley civilization like never before - which currently extends from the Kunlun mountain range to the main Great Himalayas to the south, inhabited by people of Indo-Aryan and Tibetan descent.
Kolkata is widely regarded as the "cultural capital" of India, and is also nicknamed the "City of Joy". Marble Palace is a classic example of a European mansion that was built in the city. The Victoria Memorial, a place of interest in Kolkata, has a museum documenting the city's history. The National Library of India is the leading public library in the country while Science City is the largest science centre in the Indian subcontinent. Kolkata is also famous for the Sundarbans National Park is a National Park, Tiger Reserve, and a Biosphere Reserve in West Bengal, India-The present Sundarban National Park was declared as the core area of Sundarban Tiger Reserve in 1973 and a wildlife sanctuary in 1977. On 4 May 1984 it was declared a National Park. It is a UNESCO world heritage site inscripted in 1987.It is considered as a World Network of Biosphere Reserve (Man and Biosphere Reserve) in 2001.
Welcome to India! On arrival at Delhi Airport, you will be greeted by our guide in the arrival hall, who will escort you to your hotel and assist you in check-in. Later, embark on a sightseeing tour of Delhi. Begin with exploring the Old City of Delhi, where Mughal art and architecture still survive in the narrow lanes lined with havelis, mosques and food stalls serving authentic Mughlai food, an integral part of Indian cuisine. Old Delhi tourist places include Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk Raj Ghat, and Mahatma Gandhi's cremation site. Also visit Humayun’s Tomb, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the first garden-tomb in India which was the inspiration for the Taj Mahal. Later, discover Imperial New Delhi showcasing spacious, tree-lined boulevards and noteworthy buildings. Notable attractions include Connaught Place (CP), the Presidential Palace and India Gate. Overnight, stay at Delhi.