The tour package offers a variety of destinations. Starting from the city of fortunes, Mumbai the tour takes you on a journey down south. The local tourist attractions of Mumbai will not fail to enthrall you. Heading south in the captivating tourist destination of Cochin or Kochi where the breathtaking beauty of the backwaters will sweep you off your feet. The pulsating Periyar beckons all the animal and nature lovers for a retreat. Then, Chennai one of the four main metropolitans of India will entice you with its exotic cutworks in the temples, coconut fringes, and silk saris.
Cochin is the commercial capital of Kerala. It has a natural harbour and is a very busy port. It is said that as far as 2000 years ago, Cochin was being used as a major trade centre by foreigners who used to buy spices from here. Cochin has its own share of architectural history. Unlike North India, the structures here are derivatives of western art.
There are Jewish, Portuguese, Dutch, Syrian and English influences in the works here. Christianity came to India 1900 years ago through Kerala. It is also believed that the Chinese came to Kerala, a fact documented through the existence of Chinese fishing nets in Cochin. Today, Cochin is one of the largest ports in India and is a booming business centre. Though it has its share of big city poverty, the levels are surprisingly lower than in other Indian cities. Cochin is also the most convenient base for backwater cruises. Even though it has one of the most important ports in the country, it hasn't lost its laid-back small-town flavour. There is a general sense of purpose about the people here (who are very friendly and accommodating) but there still isn't much that could stop them from an afternoon siesta. It is also worth knowing that this is the state with the highest literacy rate in the country.
This is the highest hill station in South India, and one of the best in the entire country. It is pristine, and has some of the freshest, most aromatic wake-up calls in the country, its unpolluted tea-flavored air. It is the only major hill resort in Kerala, and is quite popular among the Malayalis (Malayalam speaking natives of Kerala) who have been considerate enough to keep it in perfect uncommercialised shape. There are plenty of pleasant little places to stay in the vicinity, especially the well kept bungalows of the estate owners. If you know a 'mi casa su casa' benefactor, nothing like it. The nearby Anamudi peak, at 2695 metres, is the highest point in South India.
It spreads over 777 sq. kms, it lies at an elevation of 914m to 1828m above sea level on the Periyar lake in the hills of western ghats. It is the finest sanctuary for watching & photographing Indian wild elephants. Elephants, bison, spotted deer, sambar, bears, etc. can be seen in their natural habitat by cruising on the lake in motorboats which can be hired from the Manager, Aranya Nivas, Thekkady.
Kovalam, 16 Kilometers south of Thiruvanthapuram, is most people's idea of Paradise; a lazy blue sea lapping against sands fringed by swaying palms. You can sail into the sheltered bay in a catamaran or swim in the clear waters.
Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
Trivandrum is the sea-side capital of Kerala. It is surrounded by numerous hills and hillocks on which stand buildings and parks. Thiruvananthapuram i.e. Trivandrum literally means the place of sacred snake, Anant. Trivandrum is a city of magnificent buildings of ancient and modern architecture.
Located 1000m above sea level, the capital of the state of Karnataka, Bangalore, is a vibrant cosmopolitan city, a major industrial and commercial centre of the country.The city was founded by Kempe Gowda in the early 16th century. Two centuries later, it became an important fortress city under Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. Bangalore is known as the Silicon Valley of the country, the nerve - centre of India's software industry. A well - planned city, with tree - lined avenues, a large number of parks, gardens and lakes, Bangalore is aptly called India's garden city. The city attracts people in large numbers, from all over the country, and abroad, who come to look for better job opportunities, and higher education. Surprisingly, all this frantic industrial expansion and increase in the population, has not robbed Bangalore of its essential old-world appeal. It is, in the true sense, a very 'happening' city.
The Vidhana Soudha is one of the most splendid architectural creations, India can boast of. Located at the north - west end of Cubbon Park, it is a granite structure built in the neo - Dravidian style of architecture.
The Cubbon Park, laid out in 1864, a brainchild of the British, covers an area of 300 acres. Within its premises are the Public Library, the High Court, the Government Museum and the Visveswaraiah Technological & Industrial Museum. The Attara Kacheri, as the High Court building is known in these parts, was built in 1864.35 km from Bangalore, at Hesaraghatta, is the famous Nritya Gram, a centre for dance that imparts extensive training in seven dance disciplines and two martial art forms, to residential students.
Bangalore is well connected to all the major cities of the country, by air, rail and road.
Ooty This queen of hill stations is in the Nilgiri Mountain ranges in Tamil Nadu. The main attraction of Ooty is; Botanical Garden. The numerous varieties of ornamental trees and plants are attractions for all tourists visiting Ooty. Ooty Lake is of major interest for all the tourists visiting Ooty and they spend more time near the lake than at any other place. A mini children's train is an added attraction near the lake. A micro telescope has been installed here. Kodanand view point, St. Catherine Falls and Elk falls are worth seeing. Kalhatti Falls is lovely picnic spot 13 km from Ooty. Kukurthi Peak peak is 2600 meters above the sea level. Sim's Park: this is noted for its variety of plants, shrubs and flowers. Dolphin's Nose is a ideal picnic spot is 12 km from Ooty. Loz Falls is a lovely cascade situated 7 km from Coonoor.
Mysore The Mysore of legend takes its name from a famous demon called Mahishasur , a great warrior who ruled as a tyrant until he was killed by goddess Chamundeshwari.Mysore a prolific city of South India. Wodyyar Dynasty the royal family of Mysore has built much of the Mysore we see today and a portion of the city's most famous landmark , the imposing Royal Palace . The Palace stands on the foundations of an earlier Palace gutted by fire in 1897. The most magnificent room is the Durbar Hall , particularly splendid during the Dussehra festival when the maharaja's jewel - studded gold throne weighting 200 kilograms is on display.Other places include Jaganmohan Palace . Built in 1861 , Part of it was shortly afterward converted into the Sri Chamarajendra Art Gallery. 13 Kms from Mysore is Chamundi Hill which bring you to the temple of the Chamundeshwari. About halfway up is a huge granite monolith of Nandi, Shiva's divine bull.
Kodaikanal Located at the southern tip of the upper Palanimalai Hill, this beautiful hill station is one of the very famous tourist places in south India.The center of attraction here is the star-shaped Lake with greenery all around. The banks offer many good picnic spots. On the Ghats road to Madurai are situated the falls known as silver cascade. Dolphin Nose is a flat projected rock offering a good wide view Solar Physical Laboratory, situated at the highest point in Kodai, is 3.2 km from the lake. Coaker's Walk is a pleasant walk in the evening with the plains brushed with the rosy glow of sunset.
West Mahableshwar Matheran Goa is Goa where you can have a vacation of a lifetime. Goa is a lush green paradise edged on the one side by the wooden foothills of the Sahyadri range and on the other by the Arabian Sea. Goa, a tiny emerald land on the West Coast of India, with its natural scenic beauty, attractive beaches and temples famous for its architecture, feasts and festivals and above all hospitable people with a rich cultural milieu, has an ideal tourist profile. Goa is known and loved as a land of golden beaches, palm trees, paddy fields and wooded hills
The forts and palaces tour of Rajasthan takes you on a royal journey. The packages offer the best of the destinations in the Indian royal state of Rajasthan like Mandawa, Bikaner, Khimsar, and Jaisalmer. Live life king-size and relish your holiday in the famous forts and palaces of Rajasthan. Besides being a royal holiday the forts and palaces tour package promises to offer you the time of your life reliving the colorful cultural heritage of India's famous tourist destination of Rajasthan. Meander down the centuries, enjoy camel safaris, cultural programs, dine and dance in the sand dunes, and collect souvenirs for your near and dear ones.
Mount Abu
Mount Abu - The only hill station in Rajasthan, Mount Abu is more than just a summer retreat. Its stunning array of exquisite Dilwara Jain Temples, dating back 11th- 13th centuries, make it a popular pilgrimage center
The history of Mount Abu is as diverse as the city itself. It was once a part of the Chauhan kingdom of Rajasthan and served as a summer resort for the Rajput kings of the region. During the British rule in India, it was the favorite summer destination of the British, who came here to escape the dusty, dry heat of the plains particularly Rajasthan. It also served as a sanatorium for the troops.
Gaumukh Temple: A natural spring flowing through a sculpted cow’s head gives the shrine its name. The famous ‘yagna’ of sage Vashishtha was performed here.
Delwara Jain Temple: These beautifully carved temples built between 11th and 13th century A.D. are sheer elegance in marble, dedicated to the jain Tirthankaras. The Vimal Vasahi temple is the oldest of these dedicated to the first Tirthankara.
Adhar Devi Temple: The temple is chiseled out of a huge rock reached by a flight of 360 stairs. A favourite tourist spot.
Nakki Lake: Legend has that this small lake, was scooped out by a god using only his nails(or nakh).The lake is surroundedby hills , parks and strange rock formations. Mount Abu is situated at a distance of 292km and 5 hours from Udaipur.
By Air: Udaipur is the nearest airport. Daily flight form Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur are available to Udaipur.By By By Bus Rajasthan Roadways run very comfortable deluxe buses from Jaipur and Abu Road to Maunt Abu. It is
also connected by road to Delhi, Udaipur, Ajmer, Bundi and Udaipur.
By Train Abu Road is the nearest railway station and is about 22 kms from Mount Abu. And well connected by
Ahemdabad, Jaipur, Mumbai and Jodhpur.
Udaipur is built around Pichola lake which contains 2 island palaces, Jagmandir and Jagniwas which today is a luxury hotel and some episodes from the movie Octopussy were filmed in this palace. The movie can be watched in some restaurants in the city. The City Palace contains a museum and it's recommended to take the tour in the museum and more luxury hotels.
There are trains to Jaipur (10/ hours & 405km.) and Delhi (13-14 hours) and buses to all the major cities in Rajesthan and to Delhi.
Jaipur is the capital city of Rajesthan also known as the pink city because of the hue of its old buildings which is pink ochre.
In the City Palace you can see a collection of Indian weapons. The royal costumes of the Maharajas and collection of Indian Miniature paintings, which similar to the original are sold everywhere near the City palace. Also you can see the architecture. Near by is also the Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds) The palace built to enabled the women who lived inside city palace to look behind the windows to see the street, this palace is part of the City palace.
Jaipur is the best place to watch an Indian movie, since Raj Mandir is biggest cinema in Asia and very luxury.
From Delhi there's an express train that in 4 hours you can get to Jaipur, the ordinary train takes 6 hours and it's much cheaper. Jaipur is barely 258 kilometers and 5 1/2hours from New Delhi


This bustling desert city is the second largest city in Rajasthan after Jaipur and has landscape dominated by the massive Meherangarh Fort topping a sheer rocky ridge.
The old city is fenced by 10 km long wall with eight Gates leading out of it. The new city is outside the walled city. Rao Jodha, a chief of the Rathore clan, founded the city in 1459 and it is named after him. The Afghans drove the Rathores out of their original homeland Kaunaj and they fled to this region around Pali a short distance from present day Jodhpur. In the reign of Maharaja Umed Singh Jodhpur grew into a fine modern city.
The quintessence of Jodhpur was its valour and equestrian skill. Polo has been the traditional sport of the Jodhpur nobility since medieval times. Jodhpur has two railway stations, City and Rai ka Bagh both are outside the walled city. The bus stand is right outside the Rai ka Bagh Station. The High Court is a while from the bus stand after the Umed Gardens, after which is located the tourist reception centre and RTDC Hotel Ghoomer. Ahead is the main market and entry in to the wall from Sojati Gate. This area also has many hotels. Jodhpur is also military and air force station and has a large cantonment and airbase.
Jodhpur is barely 332 kilometers and 81/2hours from Jaipur.

The name JAISALMER evokes a vivid picture of sheer magic and brilliance of the desert. Founded by Rawal Jaisal in 1156 A.D., the remote location of Jaisalmer kept it almost untouched by outside influences, even during the days of the Raj. Jaisalmer was the last to sign the Instrument of Agreement with the British.
Very few cities can boast of the magnificence that surrounds Jaisalmer. There is a fort that seems to rise out of a desert haze, its yellow sandstone walls and bastions taking on a golden hue in the afternoon sun, which is why it is aptly called Sonar Kila or the Golden Fort. Several entrances called Pols , including the Ganesh Pol, Suraj Pol, Bhoota Pol and the Hava Pol guard the Megh Durbar and the Jawahar Mahal which were occupied by the royal family. Outside the fort is the main market place called Manek Chowk. From Manek Chowk, one can walk into the lanes where the famous carved havelis are to be found.
Jaisalmer is famous for its intricately latticed havelis with conspicuous facades.
A rainwater lake, now a picnic spot - ideal for boating.
Dist: From Jodhpur to Jaisalmer 308 km and 8 hours .
East Bangal Bengal where the British metamorphosed from traders to supreme rulers of India - an historical event that altered India's national psyche for centuries. As powers and persona rose and fell, history shaped the people of the plains. It is in the east that early industrialization of India took place, due to the incredibly rich hinterland, access to river and ocean commercial transport and British investment in technology.
Many of India's largest corporate houses are still based in Calcutta.
Most of India's steel industry is located in Bihar and West Bengal region due to its proximity to coal/ iron ore belt here.
In strange contrast are the States in the north east, only lightly touched by time and history. Here the Ahoms came to conquer from across the borders in ancient times, but settled down to integrate peacefully. It is here in the dense forests the rhinos thunder, orchids beckon and birds and butterflies paint the air in brilliant shades. The tribal life goes on as always, serenely unconcerned about modern upheavals.
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands present yet another vista -emerald dollops in the sapphire ocean still primeval in their pristine beauty.


Delhi Uttaranchal is one of the most beautiful and enchanting region of northern India. Nature has endowed this land with so much beauty and spiritual bliss that it is also known as Dev Bhoomi, the Land of Gods . Delhi India's capital and a major gateway to the country, contemporary Delhi is a bustling metropolis. New Delhi is on the crossroads of major international airlines and is conveniently connected to major cities of the world. Some principal sights that no one should miss include - Red Fort, the huge fort that contains within it some very beautiful palaces and impressive public buildings. Purana Qila, the earlier seat of the mughals, believed to be the site of Indraprastha of Mahabharatha period. Humayun's Tomb, a sandstone monument build by his grieving widow. Also situated near are the tombs of Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia Chisti, Jahanara and the famous Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib. Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosques in India. India Gate, a memorial raised in honour of the Indian soldiers who were martyred during the Afghan war

Birla mandir, a Hindu temple dedicated to lord Vishnu.Raj Ghat, the place where the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi was cremated Himanchal Shimla Shimla, the summer capital at times of Raj is place of fun. Its climate, easy accessibility, unforgettable walks, a variety of shopping and entertainment venues, and charming architecture. There is golf in summer, sking and ice skating in water. The journey by train, which takes about six hours, is one of the finest ways of enjoying the landscape.
Shimla is the large open space in the heart of town presents excellent view of the mountain ranges. Shimla's landmarks-the Neo-Gothic structure of Christ Church and the new-Tudor library building are worth seeing.
THE MALL:Main shopping centre of shimla with restaurants. the Gaiety Theatre, which is a reproduction of an old British theatre is a center of cultural activities. A passenger lift of HPTDC can be taken from the Cart Road and the Mall.
KALI BARI TEMPLE: Few yards from scandal Point towards General Post Office. It is believed that the idol of Goddess Shayamla is enshrined there.
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDIES (4 Km) 1983 m: This magnificent English renaissance structure was the former Viceregal Lodge. Its lawns and woodland are added attractions. Entry by ticket.
TARA DEVI (11 Km) 1851 m: On Shimla - Kalka road (NH-22) this holy place is accessible by Rail, bus and car. From the station/road-one can visit the temple either on foot or by taxi / jeep.
CHINDI (94 Km) 2010 m: Motorable on Shimla-Mandi highway via Tattapani - A beautiful place in Karsog Valley. Himachal tourism's tourist Resort is opening shortly. One can also visit famous mahunag Temple (18 Km).
STATE MEUSEUM (3 Km): Ancient Historical Sculptors and paintings of Himachal Pradesh. Visiting hours 10 AM to 5 PM. Closed on Monday and gazetted holidays.
Manali The small town of Manali is the focal point for most visitors to kullu valley. July to September are the best months for high altitude treks over the Rohtang pass and on to Lahaul , Zanskar and Ladakh. The wooden Dhoongri temple with its four tiered pagoda roof is concealed in the deodar wood. Beyond Manali, the road crosses the Rohtang pass into the barren region of Lahaul, the pass act as a barrier to the monsoon and the area is similar to the Ladakh region further north. The main town is Keylong, 117 Kms from Manali .It is possible to travel all the way to Leh by bus, with permission obtained.
Dalhousie This place has been colonial retreat since days of Raj. This is a well developed cantonment area perched on the lower Himalayas. Among various scenic places, some of them are Subhash Baoli, Jhandri Ghat, Satdhara and Dainkund Peak. These are marvelous forest trails and picnic spots


These are marvelous forest trails and picnic spots with splendid visit as over the Chamba Valley Dharamshala Dharamshala- a place to rest.

Jammu and Kashmir, India’s fascinating northernmost state consists of three regions differing in topography and culture. Jammu was the stronghold of Hindu Dogra kings and abounds with popular temples and secluded forest retreats. Jammu the whole city of is sprinkled with temples, so much so it is often called the city of temples.
Katra Town, lying in the foot of Trikuta Mountains, 48 kms. from Jammu, serves as the base camp for visiting the famous shrine of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi, which is approachable on foot along a 13 kms long well laid footpath. Every year, more than 4.5 million pilgrims pass through Katra on their way to the holy shrine.
Places to visit from Katra
Aghar Jitto: Just 5 km away from Katra is Aghar Jitto, the Shrine of Baba Jitto, a devotee of Mata Vaishno Devi and a revolutionary who led a campaign against the feudal order. According to legends, a dip in the holy spring water, flowing in front of the shrine, does miracles to pre-natal women for safe delivery of children. A path from here leads to Shri Mata Vaishno Devi.
Shiv Khori: This holy cave is nearly a kilometre long and houses a 4 ft high, naturally formed ‘Shivling’. It is considered second only to the shrine of Mata Vaishno Devi in religious importance.
Dera Baba Banda: At about 30 kms from Katra lies this major Hindu-Sikh pilgrimage centre. Baba Banda Bairaagi was Guru Gobind Singh's favourite 'Saint-soldier', who had the gurudwara constructed on the banks of river Chenab, where he spent his last days
Kashmir is an emerald valley, cradled in the Himalayas, under crystalline blue skies, and against the backdrop of snow capped mountains. Kashmir’s capital city, Srinagar offers delightful holidays on the lakes with their shikaras and houseboats. Ladakh is the northern most province of the state, with a highland desert lying between the Karakoram and the Himalayan ranges.
Srinagar is at the North of Delhi via Pathankot and Jammu. It is on both the sides of River Jhelum and is the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, which includes Jammu. The God has graced this city with such a beauty, which is often compared to Venice. Walk down Sonwar or Residency Road and you will see half - timbered houses and brick churches surrounded by magnolia trees in the garden. Enter a houseboat and you are instantly transported to another world.
Gulmarg was the first place that I explored. Gulmarg is located in the Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir. At an amazing altitude of 2730 meters above sea level the hill resort has a gently sloping topography. Gulmarg is 57 km southwest from the capital city of Srinagar and is close to the Indo-Pakistan border. Through a travel book, I came to know that Gulmarg have one of the world's highest green golf courses. For the future golfer, there are golf sets on hire, pros to instruct one in the game, and temporary memberships, including one-day memberships. Naturally, these facilities are available to players. For a fun-filled ride of a most unusual kind, Gulmarg's newly constructed gondola lift from high above Gulmarg, through pine-clad slopes, is exhilarating. Gulmarg is the ultimate beginner's skiing resort.The gentlest slope of 200m is linked with a ski lift, which helps one to go up. When one graduates to intermediate level - which will happen after the first few days of practice, there are other slopes, longer and steeper, which are connected by chair lift. The longest ski run in Gulmarg is provided by the Gondola cable car, which allows a ski run of 2,213m.
Full day excurison to pahalgam 2440 Mtrs. (yale of kashmir) on the way visit suffron fields, Avantipur ruins and Anantnag, sulpher spring. Pahalgam is the most famous place for indian film industry. enjoy the nature charm of the valley. in the evening return back to Houseboad . overnight at House Boat.
Char dham yaatra
The whole of uttrakhand is dotted with temples of vishnu & shiva. Vishnu is known as hari and shiva as har dwar means gate, and it is for this reason that this place is known as haridwar or hardwar, as it is the gateway to shri badrinath and shri kedarnath, the holy shrines of hari and har.
Rishikesh: Rishikesh is situated on the trisection of three districts of garhwal division and most of the city lies on the right bank of the River Ganga, the place of sages is a celebrated spiritual town on the bank of ganga and is surrounded by shivalik range of the himalayas on three sides,
BADRINATH: Badrinath is one of the four dhams of the country and situated at an elevation of 3133 mts. Above sea level, guarded on either side by the two mountain ranges known as NAR & NARAYAN , with the towering NEEL KANTH PEAK providing a splended back-drop.
An imposing sight standing in the middle of a wide plateau surrounded by snow covered peaks. The present temple built in 18th century A.D. by Adi shankaracharya, stands adjacent tot he site of earlier temple built by the pandavas.
As legend goes raja bhagirath used to worship lord shiva at the sacred stone near which the temple is located. It is believed that goddess, ganga first descended to earth from heaven at this stone.
Trek to yamunotri temple (13 km) YAMUNOTRI: situated at a elevation of 3235 meters above sea-level, the shrines of yamunotri is one of the tour dhams of uttakhand. The source of yamuna lies about 11 km ahead at an attitude of about 4421 meters. The approach is extremely difficult and pilgrims therefore offer pooja at the temple itself. Hanumanchatti or 5 km from jankichatti
Nainital is a glittering jewel in the Himalyan necklace, blessed with scenic natural spledour and varied natural resources . Dotted with lakes , Nainital has earned the epithet of 'Lake District' of India . The most prominent of the lakes is Naini lake ringed by hills . Nainital has a varied topography . Some of the important places in the district are Nainital , Haldwani , Kaladhungi , Ramnagar , Bhowali , Ramgarh , Mukteshwar , Bhimtal , Sattal and Naukuchiatal . Nainital’s unending expense of scenic beauty is nothing short of a romance with awe-inspiring and pristine Mother nature.
Nainital is situated at a distance of 302 km and 10 hours from Delhi.
Ranikhet is one of the most beautiful and charming hill resorts of the hills of Uttar Pradesh. This place gives a breathtaking and mesmerizing view of the majestic Himalayas and the Nanda Devi group of peaks. Its lush green pine and oak forests, attractive plant life and varied fauna are captivating in their own ways.
Legend has it that Rani Padmini, queen of Raja Sudhardev, loved this place so much that she made it her abode. Ever since then, this place came to be known as 'Ranikhet', literally meaning "the Queen's Field".
Ranikhet usually has a pleasant climate. But be it rain, sun or snow, every season has its charm here and this makes it an all-season destination. It is situated at a distance of 50 kms from Almora.
Ranikhet area is 21.76 sq. kms and Kumaoni, Hindi language are most use in Ranikhet. Nearest Air port is Pantnagar 199 kms. Nearest Railheads are Kathgodam, 83 kms. and Ramnagar 96 kms Well connected by road with all major towns of Kumaon hills and near by districts
Jim Corbett National Park
Located in the Patlidun Valley at the base of the Himalayas in Uttar Pradesh, , as the Hailey National Park. India's first national park and the first sanctuary to come under project Tiger, Corbett supports a variety of vegetation making it the ideal habitat for the tiger and its prey. The prominent fauna: Tiger, leopard, elephant, sloth bear, jungle cat, fishing cat, dhole, yellow-throated marten, Himalayan palm civet. Tiger safari's can be a real fun and tiger sightings are common too.
Mussorie is only 35 Kms north of Dehra Dun. Winding past a series of asharams (religious retreats) and by passing the village of Rajpur, the road climbs over 1,300 meters.It is best visited in the off season when the Mall between the Library and the Picture Palace is relatively un-congested. Landour Bazaar, perched on a narrow ridge, to the quietest part of town. The area around Mussorie is rich in bird life, but few animals are seen
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