With endless valleys, a bounty of colorful flora and ancient Buddhist monuments, Gangtok is straight out of a fairytale. With diverse cultures and religions coming together to form the perfect mélange, the city is the perfect tourist destination that is welcoming and warm. As you enter Gangtok, you will be greeted by the many monasteries that dot this hill town. Each one of these have their share of anecdotes from yore to share and not to mention the amazing artistry on display.

Surrounded by some of the most pristine forests of the Himalayan foothills, Gangtok promises to be the stress buster that you have always yearned for. The ideal place to kick back with a book and enjoy a hot cup of coffee as the cool breeze wafts in through the window. We have the perfect Gangtok tour packages that include airfare, transfers and private transport for families, couples and solo travelers.

Just like the mystical and the mythical air about it, the city is also known for the regional fare that are extremely popular all around the world. There are handlooms, handicrafts, jewelry, culinary delights and woolen wear to choose from. If you would like to visit Gangtok, then speak to us today to get a custom tour.

Did you know that Gangtok is the only city in the country that has a litter and spit free zone? There’s a plethora of adventure activities that will delight even the most hardcore adrenaline junkie? There are ample of sightseeing opportunities for the families who come here. Here are some of the highlights of this amazing little hill station.

Tsongmo Lake

Packages for the adventure seekers

Gangtok is a lesser known river rafting destination that offers river rapids of grade I-IV+. Unlike the much crowded Rishikesh, rafting in Gangtok is usually a solitary experience with no other rafts around you. The experience is amazing and must be enjoyed. Rafting is carried out in the river Teesta that flows through the capital of Sikkim and has its share of choppy waters.

And if that doesn’t catch your fancy, then you can head to Makha, the next town that is 11 kms away and raft all the way until Rangpo passing through Sirwani. Don’t forget to be awed by the surrounding mountains as you float through these waters. For people who like to seek adventure on the land, we have a better option. Hop on to the back of a Yak as the gentle beasts slowly prod and climb their way to the Tsongmo lake.

This is one of the best ways to enjoy the colors and soak in the mountain air of Gangtok. The Yak trail meanders through some of the most picturesque locales that you can see.

And it’s not over yet. To get enthralled by the views of the mighty Kanchenjunga, hop on to a glider and glide over the valleys and over the beautiful city itself. Would you like to enjoy adventure sports during your Gangtok holiday? Contact us today for huge discounts on our winter packages.

Gangtok for families

Children scream in glee as the ropeway takes them on a ride through Gangtok’s skyline. The 1 km zigzag route is usually associated with gaping mouthed kids taking their selfies with beaming parents in tow. And if you have a phobia of heights, then you must definitely take the ride because it’s only 7 minutes and it gives you a true bird’s eye view of Gangtok and the Khandchendzonga. May is the month of the flowers in Gangtok and it is nature’s bounty at its very best.

Everywhere you see, you will be surrounded by flowers in a spectrum of colors making it the perfect time for a family holiday. You can also visit the world famous flower festival which sees Gangtok getting decked in a wide array of local and exotic flowers including orchids, seasonal flowers, alpine creepers and more.

This is also the time when the food stalls tantalize your taste buds and your olfactory senses with the aroma of freshly cooked local delicacies all over town. Speak to us today to get early bird discounts on our summer packages to Bangkok when you can visit the flower festival in perfect weather.

Gangtok Solo packages

Bitten by the wanderlust and solo travel? Gangtok is just the place to be. From quaint little hotels with stunning views of the hills to meandering roads that are perfect for biking and cycling, there’s a plethora of things to do in Gangtok. Head to one of the many monasteries and speak to the monks while sipping herbal tea. Come in winter to witness the annual ‘Gangtok food and culture festival’ when MG marg gets decked with souvenir shops and cafes.

Want to get a glimpse of the ancient Buddhist culture that is supposed to be the most peaceful one on earth? Head to the Namgyal institute of Tibetology that is a treasure trove of paintings, murals, ancient scriptures and relics that give you a glimpse into the vast and colorful history of Tibet. And how can a trip to Gangtok be complete without a solo bike ride to Nathula pass? Situated at 14,140 feet above Sea level, this will take you to one of the highest mountain passes in the world.

This was the hub of trade in the Asian subcontinent, the Silk route. As you ride on this road, a curious shepherd will stare at you with his herd of goats, you will get to witness some of the hidden lakes and if you are really lucky, some of the fauna might pay a small visit, including the ever elusive snow leopard and the Tibetan Wolf. You can get the true Gangtok experience with one of our custom tour packages.

To know more and to get some amazing early bird offers, speak to us today.

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Italy is a country whose name instantly evokes rich flavours, magnificent culture and history and beautiful scenery to the mind all in one go. There are many different facets of Italy you can explore on your next trip, be it the food, the wines, the countryside or even the architecture. Any theme you choose to concentrate on is sure to delight you.

Fortunately, there are many Italy Tour Packages out there which give you exactly that option and flexibility to decide how your trip turns out. Italy is one of the more popular destinations to vacation in for Indians, and it’s not hard to see why. In many ways, Italy is reminiscent of home – the people are warm and hospitable, the climate resembles India the most out of all mainland European countries, and the food is most suited to our palates.

Due to its popularity, many tour companies have honed in on what makes a trip to Italy special for Indian travelers. So if Italy is next on your travel agenda, these are the Italy Tour Packages that can ensure you have a vacation of a lifetime.

Flavours of Italy by Kesari

Italy Tour Packages - Rome

Italy Tour Packages – Rome

This tour by Kesari is 8 days and 7 hotel nights long and packs a punch when it comes to getting an overview of Italy. It’s specialty are definitely the little touches it offers that sets it apart from other Tour Operators – complimentary ice cream in Pisa and Venice Island, headphone service at key monuments and museums so you don’t have to keep reaching out for those pesky Euro coins at every turn. These little gestures make you feel well taken care of and pampered.

These Italy Tour Packages begin in Rome with an inside tour of the majestic Colosseum. You have to use your imagination a bit to imagine it back in its awesome glory, but if you’ve watched the movie Gladiator, you should have no problem with that.

In Rome, make sure to have your camera ever ready, for you will encounter delightful historic architecture at every street corner. From Rome, you proceed to Naples with your group, where you visit Pompeii as a day trip, the most visited archaeological site in all of Italy. With Naples still as your base, visit the Isle of Capri on a jet foil and later go to Anacapri by cable car.

From Naples you go back to Rome via the Vatican City, where you will see all the wonders of the Christian world you can imagine. If you’ve read or watched the Da Vinci Code or Angels and Demons by Dan Brown, you are in for further delight. In the Vatican, do the works – St. Peter’s Cathedral, considered the cornerstone of the Catholic Church, Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo’s frescoes, including the famous Pieta.

If you happen to be there on a Wednesday, be advised that the Pope actually conducts a public mass in St. Peter’s Square in the morning! And you can most likely attend it entirely for free. In the evening, take an orientation walk around Rome, visiting the majestic Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, and the Tiber River.

Keep sampling the famous Italian gelato in the many shops around as you walk. Next on agenda is Pisa, where among other things, you take the famous photo of saving the Leaning Tower from falling down. From Pisa is a short train ride to Florence, where you have the world famous, one of its kind Ferrari museum.

You end your trip with a bang, in the most breathtakingly beautiful city in the world – Venice. Enjoy a gondola ride through its canals, walk through this magical city built entirely on water, and make sure to be with a loved one under the Bridge of Sighs. A memorable end to a memorable trip. Departures are from Mumbai and the entire trip will set you back Rs. 1,43,000.

Wonders of Italy Holiday by Yatra

Italy Tour Packages - Venice

Italy Tour Packages – Venice

If you’re looking for a little more flexibility in your tour, then perhaps you’d like a more customizable option for your Italy Package Tour. With Yatra, you can book a 7 day tour starting at Rs 60,000 which will include airport to hotel transfers, 3-star hotels, breakfast, a few excursions like Florence to Pisa, the gondola rides in Venice, but will leave the details to be filled out by yourself as you please.

You will also be required to book your return flights at your own cost. You start your trip in Rome with two nights in the city at the Madison Rome, a centrally located hotel with fairly good reviews across the board. You have breakfast included in your meal plan, so that you can ensure an energetic start to your day.

Your best option in Rome would be the 24-hour hop-on hop-off ticket, already included in the package, which will enable you to dictate how much time you want to spend in each place. Moreover, you can decide which places you want to get off at, and don’t have to compulsorily tag along with a larger group at a stop not to your liking.

For example, given a choice, most people would skip out on the Roman Forum. Sure, it has Cesar’s temple in it, but unless you know your Roman history really well, it’s not that interesting a place for the lay visitor. Better spend that time at a Piazza perhaps, or just sitting around and soaking in the atmosphere around the Trevi Fountain.

Although, be advised that the ticket for the Roman Forum is actually included in the ticket fare for the Colosseum, so if your Indian gut wants to get its full value for money satisfaction, a quick trip to Cesar’s tomb might not be that bad an idea.

After two days in Rome, it is time to head to the railway station for a train to Florence, 230 km north. Florence is indeed quite beautiful, and its majestic city centre is inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a major attraction for cultural enthusiasts. Florence also forms an excellent base for making a day trip out to Pisa.

It’s a compact university town, so everything you could want to see would be within walking distance of each other.  After two nights at the Florence hotel, it’s time to pack your bags again and board the train to Venice. The first day there, enjoy a gondola ride in the canals by yourself, but on the next day, you will have the convenience of an excursion tour planned for you to the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello.

Murano especially is an important center of excellent Venetian glass making and glassware is a typical souvenir to pick up from here. After two nights in Venice, your tour ends on the third day, and you are free to depart for your onward journey home.

The Magic of Italian Lakes by Cosmos

Italy Tour Packages - Lake Como

Italy Tour Packages – Lake Como

If frenetic sightseeing is not your idea of a vacation and all you want to do is soak in the spectacular scenery that nature has to offer, then what better place to relax than the Italian Lakes. George Clooney would know what we’re talking about, since he’s actually bought a property on Lake Como which he frequents quite often.

For all you know, you might bump into him taking a stroll at the lakeside during your vacation! The best part about this tour is that it gives you the best of both worlds – everything is organized for you and there’s a professional tour guide with you at all times, but at the same time you have the freedom to fill your days whatever way you please.

These Italy Tour Packages by Cosmos begin in Milan, one of the fashion capitals of the world, which you can explore in an orientation tour the first day. The next three days you hop from one exquisite lake to another, beginning with Lake Garda, then on to Lake Como, with a stopover at beautiful Verano to check out Juliet’s balcony from the famous Shakespeare play. At Lake Como, enjoy the included boat trip to Bellagio.

An extra treat is a bonus trip to Lake Lugano in Switzerland, with its stylish promenade surrounded by beautiful alp mountains. Your trip ends with a couple of days at scenic Lake Maggiore, set between the mountains of Lombardy and Switzerland, and home to the magnificent Borromeo Palace, which is shaped like a whacky ship.

The trip includes all your breakfasts and four dinners, and touring the region in a comfortable, air conditioned motor coach. For the rest of your meals, may we suggest that you try the regional specialty of northern Italy, which is pesto pasta? We promise you, it will be unlike any pesto pasta you’ve had back home for sure. Pure bliss on a plate. For more on price quotes and available dates, check out tour details here.

How to choose the best Italy Tour Packages?

The answer to this question depends on your expectations from your trip. Are you hoping to soak in the magnificent history and culture of Italy in a deeply rewarding, educational experience? Then the Kesari Flavours of Italy is definitely for you. But if you’re looking to strike out on your own adventure, then perhaps Yatra‘s Wonders of Italy Holiday is a better bet for you.

However, if rather than history, it is the natural beauty of Italy that you seek, then naturally The Magic of Italian Lakes by Cosmos is the way to go. Be warned that apart from Kesari, the other two do not include international flight tickets in their packages and have to be included as an add on.

There you have it. Three perfect Italy Tour Packages hand picked for you for the perfect Italian vacation!


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With coral islands that boast of white sands and palm fronds, Lakshadweep makes the perfect tropical vacation spot—whether you’re alone, with family or friends, or with your significant other. What’s amazing is that most of these islands—except for 10—are uninhabited, so you can definitely get the peace and quiet that you need.

But of course, if it’s your first time in Lakshadweep, you might be confused as to where to go and what to do. However, you need not worry because we are here to provide you with loads of amazing choices—courtesy of our well-crafted Lakshadweep Packages that you would surely enjoy.

Canoeing and Fishing

One of the best choices from our Lakshadweep Packages involves canoeing in the crystal clear waters of Lakshadweep. You see, the waters there are so clear that you would feel like you are in Maldives or some such tropical destination. What’s great is that when you canoe, you might get a glimpse of the various corals underwater, and even see gorgeous turtles swimming around you. You also do not have to worry about falling into the water as it is only 2 meters deep, so it’s perfect even for beginners. Afterwards, you can also go fishing so you’d get some fresh food—an experience like no other! You can do even better by visiting Agetti’s Fish Hatchery in one of the islands. There are over 1,000 species of fish there, and you can even learn more about them—from their breeds, temperaments, and the like with the help of some of the smartest marine biologists around.

Visiting Minicoy and Kalpeni Islands

You can also try our Lakshadweep Packages that will bring you closer to the sea, and what’s around, by visiting Minicoy and Kalpeni Islands, two of the most stunning islands in Lakshadweep. Minicoy is the farthest out of all the islands in the area that also holds a lot of history in itself as it houses a lighthouse that has been created way back in 1885. By visiting, you get to experience such different and picturesque views of the islands—and see the water in its different shades of red and blue—something you would not be able to see if you are so close to it. The lighthouse also serves as a testament to all the shipwrecks the island has seen, some of which you can even visit these days. The lighthouse is also special because of its clockwork and optic mechanism, and is a route towards the many jetties in the island.

Then, you can go ahead and visit Kalpeni Island—famous for being one of the best scuba-diving spots in India. While diving, you will get to see beautiful corals, turtles, schools of fish, and other plants and animals that make the Lakshadweep marine life remarkable and interesting. You’d be taught the basics of scuba diving by professionals, so you can be sure that you are in safe hands, and you can even document the experience by renting underwater photography equipment, as well.

Kite Surfing, Snorkelling, and Crab-Watching

We also make sure that our Lakshadweep Packages won’t make you feel bored of the islands in any way, and thus, we’re offering activities such as kite-surfing and snorkelling, if you want to make your trip to the island more adventurous and exciting. By booking with us, you can be sure that you will be taught how to engage in these sporting activities only by professionals. These would be held on Kadamat Island—where the waters are perfect for these activities. Then, if you get tired of that, or you want some more peace and quiet, you can then be taken to Parrelli Island, which is unique in itself for it is filled with hermit crabs in different colors and sizes. Apart from the crabs, you will also be able to see various birds, shells, pearls, and coconut trees—making you realize that there’s so much magic in such an uninhabited island! Surely, this will make you forget about your worries in life!

A Trip to the Blue Lagoon—and Learning from the Tribes

We also offer some of the most peaceful, and heartwarming Lakshadweep Packages. Take for example being able to visit the blue lagoon—known for its clear, pristine, enchanting waters. Not only is it such a wonderful place to visit, it’s also one of those places where taking photographs is a must. The lagoon is also home to precious silver-colored corals that would make your experience even more magical! Then, you can walk towards the inhabited islands where tribes have lived their lives away from civilization. There is nothing to be scared of, though, for they are friendly and would even teach you how to fish and hunt—their main sources of living. Some of them might even welcome you with their famous tribal dances—and there are different forms of dances in each of the islands. They would help you experience life in a different perspective—one that you’d surely never forget!

Fresh Food, Healthy Living

If you want a literal taste of what the islands have to offer, our Lakshadweep Packages will allow you to have a sample of the best local delicacies around. Octopus is fried in various ways, seafood is made even better with coconuts, coconut rice, bean curry, and so many other delicacies are around for you to try. Somehow, these would help you detoxify a bit—without even feeling obliged to, and would make your trip even more special.

Call Us Now for an Adventure of a Lifetime!

There aren’t a lot of places on earth that have the distinct flair, warmth, and serenity that Lakshadweep can offer. More than just being a pristine tropical destination, there is so much culture and history in the islands that would keep you interested, and even help you learn more about yourself. And with our help, you can be sure that you’d be privy to the best Lakshadweep Packages—and realize why it’s one of the best places on earth! Book with us now, and see for yourself!

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Kerala is a destination of choice mostly for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Which is not to say that this is a haven for extreme sports; rather, that the appeal of ‘God’s Own Country’ lies in exactly that – god’s creations. Although there are some excellent tourist places in Kerala such as the many temples that one can visit, and Kerala also happens to be home to the oldest mosque in India – the Cheraman Juma Masjid in Thrissur District – that’s worth visiting, but all in all, it will be the backwaters, the tea gardens and the hill peaks of the Western Ghats that will capture your heart in Kerala. So in that light, here’s our pick of the most captivating tourist places in Kerala to visit in your next trip to this beautiful coastal state.


Tourist Places In Kerala - Munnar

Tourist Places In Kerala – Munnar

Munnar is a hill station located in the western ghats in Kerala, known chiefly for as a resort for the former British Raj elites and later as the site of the Tata tea estates. The tourist season runs from August to May, although it is best to avoid the winter months as it can get quite chilly.

There are extensive tea gardens located on rolling hills throughout the town of Munnar, most of which belonged to Tata, but were later sold off to employees. There are numerous treks and strolls you can take through the tea gardens of course. You can see first hand tea being picked and processed, and maybe even try a cuppa fresh from the gardens! If you want to know more about the history of the place, you can’t do better than to make a visit to the Tea Museum at Nallathanni Estate. If you can’t choose which tea garden to tour, you can’t go wrong with the Kundale Tea Plantation, which surrounds a beautiful lake to boot. For accommodations, look no further than the Tea Sanctuary, which is the name of a series of refurbished old bungalows located in the heart of the tea gardens.

Wile Munnar is a great place to just sit back and relax among the beautiful scenery that greets you everywhere you turn, it also offers a lot by way of adventure. The whole area is beautiful in the most breathtaking way where the hills are shrouded in mist and the greenery is lush in a way that makes you feel that perhaps we are well equipped to tackle climate change after all. If you fit the category of such a nature lover, then you will most definitely enjoy a trek from here to Anamudi, the highest peak in south India located in the western ghats. Where there are hills there’s bound to be an opportunity for rock climbing, and Munnar offers some excellent sites for that, as well as for para gliding. Another option for activities here is a day in the immensely beautiful Eravikulam National Park, the home of the elusive and enchanting, Nilgiri Tahr. One very special secret about this park is that every 12 years or so, its lush, rolling hills of green change colour and are covered in a carpet of lavender as the Neelakurinji flower blooms for its brief glory in the sun, only to reappear 12 years later again. The Lakkam Waterfalls is another, more permanent attraction in the park.


Tourist Places In Kerala - Wayanad

Tourist Places In Kerala – Wayanad

Wayanad is a district in Kerala much like Munnar, only a little more romantic and a little less obvious on the tourist map, but only by a small margin. The name Wayanad is derived from a word which means ‘paddy fields’, so you can guess how the landscape here will differ from Munnar. In terms of development this district is considered backward, but ironically it is also the largest foreign exchange earner for the state of Kerala, with exports of cardamom and other spices. It also has immense tourism potential just waiting to be exploited.

The most exciting thing to do in Wayanad is trekking up the Chembra peak, the highest in Wayanad, with magnificent views of the valley around and an option to spend a couple of nights at the summit in a camp. Another great option is to visit the Edakkal Cave in Ambukuthy mountain. What makes the cave interesting is the newly discovered rock carvings on its walls, presumed to be done by a prehistoric people of the area. Lastly, you can enjoy an elephant ride in the Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary located close to the Karnataka border. One of the most exciting things about Wayanad from a tourist’s point of view is the excellent homestays at offer, which allow visitors an authentic interaction with Keralite culture.

Kerala Backwaters

Tourist Places In Kerala - Backwaters

Tourist Places In Kerala – Backwaters

What are called the Backwaters is actually a network of picturesque, palm lined lagoons and canals in the Kerala interiors. These canals form an integral part of the lives of the locals but also contribute heavily to the tourist industry in Kerala. The main entry point to the backwaters is Alleppey, although tours run from Kochi and Kollam as well. Right at the heart of the network is the great Vembanad Lake.

There’s different ways of experiencing the backwaters depending on your budget. If you’re there to relax and enjoy your time, then most people like to hire a houseboat called Kettuvalam. You can stay overnight in the boat as it floats along on the canals as you enjoy fresh Indian food and a chilled beer sitting on the deck and taking in the sunset. For those on a tighter budget, a less glamorous but no less picturesque option is to take a cruise offered by the Alleppey District Tourism Promotion Council (DTPC) tour. You might also be interested to know that there are numerous options for a homestay on the Vembanad Lake as well.

All these options will take you along the main waterways, but if you want to really explore teh back channels that go right into the villages, then you might want to opt for a canoe tour, like this one.

Kovalam Beach

Tourist Places In Kerala - Kovalam

Tourist Places In Kerala – Kovalam

While the beaches in Goa and Orissa and the Andamans get the most attention in India, the beaches in Kerala also garner their fair share of fame with the tourists. Kovalam is the most popular and well developed beach in Kerala, great for some water sport activities. It is located not far from the capital Trivandrum, and is a really popular surfing destination. It has tree lined avenues of beach shacks selling tasty snacks when you feel like a break from all the activity. A more laid back and less crowded beach right near Kovalam is the Samudra beach.

Varkala Beach

Tourist Places In Kerala - Varkala

Tourist Places In Kerala – Varkala

This is an incredibly beautiful and romantic beach in Kerala. The scenery is breathtaking mostly because the beach is lined by a cliff and palm trees that give spectacular views of the sunset and the water. There are plenty of shacks catering to your every possible need on a beach and also enough options for cheap accommodation on the cliff. This is a hugely popular destination for young couples, and while not as crowded as Kovalam, it’s fast catching up. Seriously, for the best sunset you’ll ever see, Varkala is the place.


Tourist Places In Kerala - Kannur

Tourist Places In Kerala – Kannur

Kannur is a small town in northern Kerala which would ordinarily have no business being on the tourist map, but if you like places that are slightly off the beaten track then maybe this is for you. Kannur’s biggest export to the world is its culture. Specifically, it is home to Theyyam, a ritual dance and theatre performance from northern Kerala. The headgear that the dancers wear is simply beautiful and awe-inspiring. Happily, the Kerala government publishes a timetable for the performances each year, so you can make sure you don’t miss it! Here’s the link to the timetable.

Another thing that Kannur is very famous for is its drive in beach called Muzhappilangad Drive-In Beach. You can literally take your four wheel drive right to the edge of the water and drive the length of the beach, which is approximately four kilometers long. Be prepared for it to not be quite how you’re envisaging it right now, mostly because there usually are quite a few other cars trying to create that same magical Bollywood-esque romantic drive as you are. Traffic can get a bit trying for sure. Avoid the evenings where there are more crowds than usual, trying to catch the sunset.

Periyar National Park

Tourist Places In Kerala - Periyar National Park

Tourist Places In Kerala – Periyar National Park

The Periyar river in Kerala was dammed in 1895, giving birth to a magnificent lake surrounded by the lush, tropical Periyar National Park. Sightings of animals can be few and far in between, although elephants are abundant. The Park stays open all year round, although a visit in the cooler winter months is much more pleasant. While big game animal sightings might be few, there’s lots of other exciting ways to enjoy the nature around you. The best way is to participate in the eco tourism activities organized by the park authorities. These include bamboo boat rafting, jungle treks with reformed poachers as guides, night time jungle patrols, and heritage stays in the surrounding villages. There’s a sports center in Periyar offering demonstrations of the ancient Kerala martial arts called kallaripayuttu that you can visit.

Tourist Places in Kerala

So there you have it! This sample itinerary should make sure your next trip to Kerala is jam packed with adventure worthy of memories of a lifetime! Do you know of any more drool worthy tourist places in Kerala? Let us know in the comments below!


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A paradise on earth. A naturally beautiful mix of flora and fauna.  Great eateries, shopping streets, and an all around exuberant vibe: these are just some of the things that make up Kashmir, one of the most incredible places in India that you can visit. However, it can be tricky to find the right Kashmir tour package for you—but don’t fret for we are here to help you curate the best and most unforgettable tour you can ever ask for. By booking with us, you will be privy to amazingly magical tours, such as….

Packages for Solo Travelers

Maybe, you are traveling solo. You can then take advantage of our Kashmir tour package for solo travelers. This is packed with lots of amazing ideas about how you can enjoy and maximize your trip—even if you are alone. Examples of those you can do here include going to Gulmarg, also known as the skier’s paradise where you can meet fellow travelers while traversing those snowy hills. While you can ski here during the winter season, you can also do lots of amazing activities when the weather is hotter, and these include biking, trekking, and even hiking—it’s a good way to meet new people, and get to know yourself while out there, too.

Then, you can visit Leh, also known as the land of pure adventure. Lakes and mountains surround the area where you can participate in a variety of activities with other solo travelers. You can also take lots of pictures, try mountain biking, of even trekking. And of course, as a solo traveler, it would be nice if you could immerse yourself more in Kashmir’s history—and you can do that by visiting The City of Sufis, also known as Kathua. With serene atmosphere, and a chance to walk on the banks of a river while learning about how this city came to be, you can visit the house of the Sufis, learn from them, and understand just how significant it is in Indian history. You will definitely be in awe of this place—while there, and after leaving!

Kashmir Tour Package for Couples or Honeymooners

If you choose to go to Kashmir for your honeymoon, or simply to spend quality time with your significant other, you’d be glad to know that we also have an amazing and comprehensive Kashmir tour package for you! Maybe, you can start the trip by visiting Sonamarg, also deemed to be one of the most beautiful places in India, and known to be the City of Exemplary Beauty. Taking its name from “The Meadow of Gold”, you will be glad to see such beautiful flowers lining the paths you’d walk on—definitely a romantic experience for you and your partner, especially if you visit in December and January. Then, there’s also Kargil, also known as the Unforgettable City—a place where you and your partner can just take in the breathtaking beauty of the surroundings while finding a place to sit, or just walking around—not to mention, the food is so delicious, and the shopping streets are remarkable, too! Talking to the locals also proves to be fun as they are some of the warmest and most hospitable people around. Then, of course, it would also be amazing to visit the beautiful saffron fields of Pulwana—a city that truly bursts in color and vibrancy. There are beautiful plants and flowers everywhere, amazing weather, and people who would be glad to talk to you and tell you a little more about the city and what it has to offer. Surely, you would be glad you took the trip with your partner for it truly will be a memorable experience like no other!

Kashmir Tour Packages for Groups

Finally, there’s also a great Kashmir tour package for those who would be traveling in groups. After all, visiting a place such as Kashmir becomes more fun when experienced with people you know and love, right? In this package, you can expect a trip filled with fun and adventure—starting with a visit to Pahalgam, a secluded forest where you can go trekking with your friends. You would be in awe of those majestic trees, and the vegetation surrounding you. While there, you can also go canoeing, horseback riding, or go check out the many hills and valleys around. Then, you can visit Srinagar where you and your friends can camp in the boat houses—truly a different but amazing kind of camping experience! You can also check out the nearby mountains, and experience panoramic views of the Himalayas. Or, you can also learn more about Kashmir by visiting Kupwara, also known as the Crown of Kashmir for it houses some of the most historical spots, such as Qamar Reshi Shahib Shrine, Lolab Valley, and Beba Bahram, and learn about why they matter to Kashmir culture! And finally, you can visit the rare region of Hemis, home to Hemis National Park and the Hemis Monastery—two places where you can learn more about how Hemis came to be, and get some peace and serenity, too—helping you understand and appreciate your friends and family more.

Find the Right Package for You

In order to enjoy your trip to Kashmir, you have to make sure that you’re with the right group of people, or if you are traveling by yourself, you need to have a plan that will excite you, enrich your mind, and help you grow while on your trip. We know just the right Kashmir Tour Package for you, and you know what? All you have to do is give us a call, send us a message, or contact us right here on the link you see onscreen! By doing so, we will not only help you plan your trip, and give you the most affordable quotes around, we’ll also make sure that whether you are traveling alone, with your partner, or with a group, you will be able to experience Kashmir in the best, most unique, and most unforgettable way possible!

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Literally meaning “The Land of Snow”, Himachal surely is one of the most interesting places you will ever get to set foot on while on earth. With the exquisite beauty of the Himalayan Range surrounding it, you can expect that your visit there would be a good rendezvous with nature—and all that it has to offer. And you know what? We have the perfect selection of Himachal Tour Packages for you to choose from.

A Tour of the Snow-Capped Manali

Boasting of snow-capped mountains that would allow you to experience panoramic and pristine views of Himachal, your trip to the said area can start on a good note by choosing our Manali Himachal Tour Pacakages. It is not just perfect for sight-seeing, and reaching new heights—literally and figuratively—but if you’re the type who likes to get fit and stay sporty wherever you are, then you would appreciate and enjoy the fact that there are loads of sports facilities in Manali. Then, when you are ready to go, you can go forth with our tour that includes a trip to amazing destinations, such as Jana Falls, Hadimba Temple, Jogini Waterfall, Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass, Pin Valley National Park, Van Vihar National Park, River Beas, and Rahala Falls.

Learn Why Kullu Is a Favourite Destination

We also have Himachal Tour Packages that would help you understand why certain destinations in Manali, such as Kullu, are often frequented by travelers. Located on the River Beas’ banks, Kullu oozes with an incredible charm that makes it a top destination in Himachal. There is also this certain dystopian and breathtaking air that it brings as it is often called the “The Land of the End of the Habitable World”, so you can expect that there really is something magical and special about it. While there, you’ll have a grand time touring around some of the most beautiful places, such as Raghunatji Temple, Parvati Valley, Sultampur Palace, Karrain, Shoha, Bijli Majadev Tele, Jagadsukh, and Baghad, making you experience the exquisite and unique charm that Kullu has to offer. There are also lots of skiing, angling, and mountaineering activities that you can enjoy. Surely, your trip there would be one of the most memorable you’ve had in your life—and you’ll definitely want to see what else Himachal has in store for you. Speaking of which…

Try Nature-Tripping in Chamba

Known as of the most spectacular natural destinations in Himachal, Chamba is deemed to be the perfect holiday retreat because of the fact that it is situated 2,900 ft above sea level—and pretty much away from civilization, so you could have lots of time to relax and reflect. As one of our best Himachal Tour Packages, you can be sure that you would be able to maximize your stay there as you would be able to visit some of the most gorgeous natural marvels in the world, such as Chamba Central Park, Majaraja’s Palace, Rang Mahal, Kalatop Woldlife Sanctuary, Chamera Lake, Mahimajesh Lake, Akhand Chandi Palace, Kajihar Lake, and Buhri Singh Museum, among others. By being there, you will find yourself seeing all these flora and fauna in a whole new light.

Visit the Scotland of India

Dharamshala, also located in Himachal, is known to be the “Scotland of India” due to the extraordinary, wintry vibe it brings. From snow-capped mountains, manicured gardens, and pine trees like no other, you might think you’re in a luxurious European country while there! This is why a trip to Dharamshala is one of the favorites of many from our Himachal Tour Packages, and surely, you’d want to experience it, too. While there, you can check out amazing attractions, such as the Tea Garden, the Masroor Rock Cut Temple, Daramkot, Dal Lake, Triund, Bhagsunag Temple, and the Bhagsu Waterfall. And, if you need some peace and quiet, you’d also be able to visit the beautiful Church of St. John, as well, proving that this top attraction in Himachal has mostly everything that you need in your vacation.

Refreshing Views from Kasauli 

With a vibe that exudes Colonial India, no one can deny the fact that there is just a lot of culture and history in Kasauli, making it one of the most interesting places to visit in Himachal. There is also an enchanting serenity in the place—something you may not experience anywhere else in Himachal! While there, you’ll be taken to the area’s top destinations, such as Timber Trail Resort, Gurkha Fort, Dagshai, Sunset Point, Monkey Point, and Christ Church—helping you find peace and clarity amidst the noise of this world.

Amazing Flora at Parwanoo

Horticulturists, botanists, and just about every plant and flower lover would enjoy our Himachal Package to Parwanoo, also known as the land of the flowers in Himachal. From gardens to orchards, lush greeneries, and vegetation, fresh air abounds in Parwanoo—making it one of the most relaxing destinations around. Your trip there would be made even more special by visiting beautiful attractions, such as the Cactus Garden, Fruit Orchards, Mughal Gardens, Pinjore, Kalka, and even the nearby Timber Trail. Everything is fresh around here, so you’d have such a unique, refreshing, and healthy experience like no other.

The Warmth of Hamirpur

Finally, you can end your Himachal trip with our Hamirpur Package, helping you feel the warmth of this truly homey place in India. Visit Sujanpuhr Tirah, Deodsith Temple, Bikleshwar Temple, and the Awah Devi Temple, and you’ll have such a profound, life-changing experience like no other.

The Package that’s Right for You

Whether you want to see panoramic views of the city, stay close to nature, find your next favorite fruit or flower, or just get some sense of peace and clarity, in general, we have amazing Himachal Tour Packages for you to choose from! Just tell us what you have in mind and we would craft the best itinerary for you. By booking with us, you can be sure that you won’t just be able to visit Himachal, you’d also be able to say that you have experienced it—and savored all it has to offer.

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When one thinks of South India, it is easy to picture someone relaxing on a long stretch of white sand while enjoying a great view of the sea. Being bordered by the Indian Ocean in the south, the Arabian Sea in the west, and the Bay of Bengal in the east, it’s no wonder why South India has been easily linked to its picturesque beaches. However, there are other tourist places in South India that have yet to be unveiled.

Covering an area of about 245,480 square miles, South India boasts of a rich geographic diversity. Its northern borders are composed of the Vindhya and Satpura ranges, with the Narmada River flowing between them. Further, the Deccan Plateau, which is located at the heart of South India, forms an elevation, creating stunning hilltop views as well as breathtaking waterfalls. And it is also because of such geographic diversity that the south is known for a wide range of activities ranging from swimming and scuba diving, to trekking and rappelling. Each of South India’s states and islands boasts of an array of sights and activities to make any trip worthwhile.


Of course, any article about tourist places in South India would never be complete without listing down its beaches. In fact, India’s only international beach, the Kovalam Beach, is located in the state of Kerala. Kovalam is a 17-kilometer stretch composed of three beaches: the charming Lighthouse Beach, the romantic Hawah Beach, and the serene Samudra Beach. Kovalam boasts of an array of resorts which attracts visitors from all over the globe.

On the other hand, Marina Beach — the largest and longest urban beach in India — is located in the state of Tamil Nadu. In fact, its promenade and gardens alone are a tourist must-see. Due to its vast area, it often hosts a wide range of activities, making it one of the busiest beaches in South India. Other notable beaches include Elliott Beach, Mahabalipuram, Poompuhar Beach, and Kanniyakumari.

Coastal Karnataka alone is a 300-kilometer stretch of sandy beaches. It is home to peaceful beaches which are also popular pilgrimage sites. But perhaps the most beautiful of these beaches is the St. Mary Island, a group of islands known for its natural geological monuments.

The state of Andhra Pradesh is the eight largest in the country and is situated on its southeast coast. Its location along the Bay of Bengal makes it an ideal choice for relaxing beachside holidays for foreign and local tourists alike. One of the most popular beaches is the Ramakrishna Mission Beach, home to the unique museum ship which was once the INS Kursura naval submarine. The Kursura was converted into the museum it is today after 31 years of service to the Indian Navy, and is the first of its kind in South Asia. Of known historical and cultural relevance is the Bheemunipatnam Beach, which is also home to the relics of Dutch rulers, as well as old forts and monuments. Kalingapatnam Beach, also known as the Open Road Sea, houses a Buddhist stupa and boasts a stunning beachscape with its lighthouse.

The union islands of Andaman and Nicobar Islands are currently being developed into becoming a major tourist attraction. It is home to exotic beaches, and is a favorite snorkeling spot. Similarly, the archipelago of Lakshadweep is also known for its almost untouched beaches. Literally meaning “one hundred thousand islands,” this union territory offers a wide range of water activities to choose from, such as scuba diving, wind surfing, canoeing, water skiing, kayaking, and sportfishing, to name a few.

Other notable beaches in South India include Perupalem Beach, Uppada Beach, Krishnapatnam Beach, Mypadu Beach, and the Motupalle Beach in the state of Andrha Pradesh.

Natural Landscape

Tourist places in South India mostly cover hill stations and valleys. Nature lovers will surely find peace while enjoying a view over the beautiful coffee plantations of Araku Valley, as well as the tea plantations in Kerala. The rolling hills of Horsleykonda is also a top favorite because of its cool climate and lush vegetation.

Among the many natural landscapes offered in South India, one feature which will always be noted for its beauty are the waterfalls. Being located within the Western Ghats, the state of Kerala is one of the most visited areas to get a glimpse of its picturesque waterfalls. With an elevation of about 300 meters, the three-tiered Meenmutty Falls is one of the most popular in the area. However, the most photogenic of these waterfalls is the Athirapilly Falls. Considered as the Niagara of India, the Athirapilly is the state’s largest waterfall whose beauty has been featured in several motion pictures like Before the Rains and Pirate’s Blood.

Another popular waterfall in South India is the Hogenakkal Falls in Tamil Nadu. Aside from being one of the country’s most photographable waterfalls, it attracts a large number of tourists because of its medicinal baths and boat rides. Additionally, the carbonatite rocks found in the area are one of the oldest kinds in the world. Fishing is also very popular in the area due to the abundance of marine life.

Another relaxing spot is located in the town of Courtallam. Also known as the Spa of South India, it is home to an assortment of waterfalls and health resorts. Other famous waterfalls in the area include the Peraruvi, the Chitraruvi, the Shenbagadevi, and the Aintharuvi.


Caves are also notable tourist places in South India. Due to its plateaus and hilly landscape, the area has formed caves which are home to legends reflecting the culture and spiritual beliefs of its villagers.

Within the state of Karnataka, the temple complex of Badami is perhaps the most popular for its architectural splendor. Dating from the 6th century, the Badami Cave Temples is composed of Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist temples carved from soft sandstone, making it popular for its Indian rock-cut architecture. Although its exterior is already as breathtaking as it is, the interior of each cave contains intricate carvings depicting the different deities. Among the caves, the most visually appealing is Cave 3, which is dedicated to Vishnu.

In Andhra Pradesh, the Belum Caves and the Borra Caves are most notable. Of historical importance is the underground Belum Caves, the largest and longest caves in the Indian Subcontinent. It is known for its stunning stalactite and stalagmite formations, as well as being a refuge for Buddhist monks. On the other hand, the Borra Caves is considered the deepest cave in India. It is home to the legendary Shiva Lingam and is worshipped by many believers.

National Parks

Tamil Nadu is one of the most popular tourist places in South India, mostly due to its well-maintained national parks.

Known for being home to several endangered species, the Mudumalai National Park is one of the country’s most protected parks. Among its wildlife are Indian elephants, tigers, flying squirrels, and the Indian leopard.

Another known wildlife sanctuary is the Guindy National Park, home of the spotted deer and the Blackbuck. Guindy is also known for its bird-watching activities and snake park.

On the other hand, Bandipur National Park is located in the state of Karnataka. Originally a tiger reserve, the park is now home to a variety of flora and fauna. Tigers, sloth bears, Indian rock pythons, four-horned antelopes, and jackals are among its protected wildlife.

Another notable park is the 390-hectare Ousteri Wetland and National Park in Puducherry. Although mainly a bird sanctuary, the wetland also welcomes several species of aquatic species, as well as flora ranging from trees to small herbs.

Pilgrim Sites

What comprises a big chunk of tourist places in South India are religious and pilgrim sites. In fact, Tamil Nadu alone is home to around 34,000 Hindu temples, some of which have been in existence for centuries. The ancient city of Madurai, also known as the Temple City, houses a large temple complex whose concentric quadrangular enclosures resemble modern-day urban planning. The Meenakshi Amman Temple is the ancient city’s geographic and ritual center. Aside from Madurai, Tiruchirapalli is also a temple city in Tamil Nadu known for the Ucchi Pillayar Temple, which is located at the top of the Rock Fort ruins.

The Annamalaiyar Temple in the town of Thiruvannamalai is believed to be associated with the element of fire, one of the five Pancha Boota Stalas. Aside from its religious significance, it boasts a beautiful scenic view with the Annamalai Hills in the background.

Outside Tamil Nadu, of known historical value is the Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Venkateswara. Aside from its architectural significance, the temple is one of the most visited temples in India because it is part of the eight Sywayambu Kshetras of Vishnu. In fact, four out of these eight temples are located in South India, with the other three being the Srirangam Ranganathaswamy Temple, the Bhu Varaha Swamy Temple, and the Vanamamalai Perumal Temple. The other four are located in Nepal and North India.

Another noteworthy pilgrim site in South India are the Pancharama Kshetras or the Five Ancient Hindu Temples. These are the Amaralingeswara Swamy in Amararama, the Bhimeswara Swamy in Draksharama, the Somarama Temple in Bhimavaram, the Ksheerarama Temple in Palakollu, and the Kumararama Temple in Samarlakota. According to legend, each temple is home to the pieces of Shiva Lingham owned by King Tarakasura which was broken down by Lord Kumara Swamy during the war.

Karnataka plays a central part in Jainism. In fact, the town of Moodabidri alone is home to the famous 1000-pillar Saavira Kambada Basadi, as well as 18 other basadis. On the other hand, the city of Shravanabelagola is the location of the Chandragiri and Indragiri hills, home to the famed Chandragupta Basadi and Odegal Basadi respectively. Other notable Jain temples include the Chaturmukha, the Chandranatha, and the Adinatha Basadis. Also located in Karnataka is the Murdeshwar Temple with its 20-storey gopura and the giant 123-feet statue of Lord Shiva, the world’s second highest Shiva statue.

Heritage Sites and Palaces

The entire nation of India is known for its colorful past, which is why it is no surprise that a big portion of tourist places in South India are historical compounds, with some declared as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Great Living Chola Temples is one of them. Constructed during the 11th and 12th century by King Raja Raja Chola and his son Rajendra, the temples of Thanjavur, Gangaikonda Cholapuram, and Darasuram are the best examples of Chola architecture. These temples showcase not only the architecture, but also the other art forms during the Chola rule such as paintings, sculptures, and bronze castings.

Located on the Coromandel Coast is a monument complex listed under the WHS as the Group of Monuments at Mahabalipuram. The earliest of these temples was built as early as 630 AD. These shrines are known for its Dravidian architecture, which also reflects a big part of the culture and art scene of Tamil Nadu. Prominent landmarks in the area include the stone-carved Ratha Temples, the cave sanctuaries of Mandapas, the carved rock relief entitled “Descent of the Ganges,” and the structural temples of the Shore Temple complex.

Within the ruins of the city of Vijayanagara lies the village of Hampi, home to a number of monuments of architectural and archaeological significance — the most sacred of which is the Virupaksha Temple. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Virupaksha has been standing since the 7th century. Despite being archaic, it is still beautifully intact and is still considered a main pilgrimage center in the area.

Another UNESCO World Heritage Site is the village of Pattadakal. Being the capital of the Chalukya Dynasty, Pattadakal is home to 8th century monuments, particularly of Jain and Hindu influences. The largest and grandest among the monuments at Pattadakal is the Virupaksha Temple, which was built by Queen Lokamahadevi as a commemorative gesture for Vikramaditya II’s victory over the Pallavas. Other picturesque monuments in this temple complex are the Jain Temple, the Sangameshvara Temple, the Kashivishwanatha Temple, and the Papanatha Temple, to name a few.

Palaces are also popular tourist places in South India. The City of Mysore alone has been dubbed as the City of Palaces, being home to six palaces of the Wodeyar kings. The most popular among them is the Ambavilas Palace located in the Old Fort. Also known as the Mysore Palace, this prestigious structure was built in the 14th century and is architecturally acclaimed for its Indo-Saracenic stlye. This palace draws around 6 million tourists every year, making it the second most famous attraction in India — coming in just after the Taj Mahal. Other notable palaces include the Bangalore Palace, the Nalknad Palace, and the Jaganmohan Palace.

South India is also known for its high concentration of forts. In fact, the state of Karnataka alone has thousands of forts that has been in existence for millennia. The well-preserved Mirjan Fort was once known for its architectural grandeur. Made out of strong laterite stones, this double-walled fort boasts a sophisticated water system through its interlinked wells. Another well-known fort is the Bangalore Fort built in 1537. This fortress is historically recognized for its important role in the Siege of Bangalore in 1791.

On the other hand, the Malliabad Fort houses the ruins of a Vishnu temple, as well as two life-sized elephants carved into its white granite, which is now declared as a protected national monument by the State Department of Archaeology. Other noteworthy sites are the forts of Bidar, Chitradurga, Bankapura, and Badami.


Tourist places in South India are known for reflecting how rich they are in culture and tradition. More specifically, the state of Kerala is one of the most popular in all of India. It is home to traditional performing arts which has been preserved over the years, most of which are religion- and tribal-themed. Ritual performances like the Padayani are annually held at its temples. Kerala also welcomes religious diversity, being open to several faiths such as Christianity, Islam, Jainism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and Judaism — hence the launch of the pilgrimage project of the tourism department.

Formerly of French India, the streets of the Union Territory of Puducherry tells of a colorful history. The French culture in its capital city is not only reflected in its architecture, but also in its signs and the entire street patterns. Nonetheless, the locals were able to construct their homes in a way where the French and the Indian cultures blended perfectly with each other.

Definitely, tourist places in South India can be enjoyed by a large variety of people, ranging from those who seek relaxation to those who long for adventure. Transportation is not a problem either, as these destinations can be easily accessible via air, land, and sea travel.

True enough, tourist places in South India offer more than just a feast for the eyes, but also something for the body and spirit. Additionally, a known advice for travelers is to embrace the culture and do what the locals do — as not only will it make the journey memorable, but it will also help you earn friends along the way.

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Known to have possibly the best climate in all of India, and with breathtaking mountains, magical lakes, and gorgeous views all around, Shimla surely proves to be one of the most fascinating places to visit in India—and even the world! With stunning scenery, you would have such a great time in Shimla, and to make sure that that happens, why not take our great Shimla Tour Package? There are various choices you can try, and here’s a guide that can help you out…

Jackoo Hill to the Shimla State Museum

We have an amazing Shimla Tour Package that can help you learn more about the place, and understand what it has to offer. This starts with a trip to Jackoo Hill, where you could take a religious trek to what is known as Shimla’s highest peak. It is an 8,000-ft. attraction that helps you see Shimla in a different light that’s perfect for day-trekking. Then, you can continue your journey to Scandal Point, a great viewing platform that helps you see Shimla’s snow-capped mountains, where viewing sunrise and sunset becomes ultimately magical. And, to cap that off, it’s best that you understand more about Shimla by visiting the Shimla State Museum, a place where you can learn about Shimla’s history, and gain some inspiration, too. With architecture that’s inspired by India’s British roots, and beautifully manicured lawns, it surely is a sight to behold, and not just about its collections, but also because of how stunning the place is. There, you’ll also be able to find handicrafts, sculptures, paintings, and various artefacts that make Shimla into the religious and fascinating hub that it is.

Summer Hills to Annandale

Also part of our Shimla Tour Package is a trip to Summer Hills, one of the most majestic townships in Shimla—and in all of India. With lush greens and houses on hills, it is quite a charming and romantic scenery—often deemed to be perfect for couples to see and enjoy. Shimla is also comprised of 7 hills, and Summer Hills make up one part of those, making it all the more special! It is a good place to hold picnics in, and catch the sun rise and set, too. From there, you can visit the Indian President’s Retreat, also known as the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies. This is a place where you can take inspiration from, as students learn art, history, and humanities. You’d also be surprised at how fire-proofed this ancient structure is, and that has a lot to do with its architectural design. Then, you can go to Annandale, a place known for its rich history and vibrant culture, and which also has its own helipad and mini golf course, reflective of its British roots. Its meadows are so picturesque, too, and is one of the reasons why you shouldn’t leave Shimla without visiting Annandale.

Nalhedra Peak to Chadwick Falls

By booking our Shimla Tour Package, we can help you make sure that you would not lose the opportunity to feel one with nature while in Shimla. Part of the said package is a trip to Nalhedra Peak, a place where you could go trekking or hiking, and where you can take loads of beautiful, magical photographs. While there, you can also enjoy horseback riding while seeing the many beautiful deodar trees lining the pavements, making everything seem like a fortress of sorts. Fresh air also abounds in the area so you wouldn’t be disappointed. You can then continue your journey to Chadwick Falls, one of the most stunning waterfalls in India that’s surrounded by deodar trees, lush greens, and a perfect place for watching the sun rise and set, with skies in hues of pink, purple, orange, and gold—truly a magical hour! The water is sparkling enough as it is, but becomes even clearer when the monsoon begins as it provides such a special effect to the waterfalls—something that no amount of CGI can do. The pine trees also provide more fresh air around the area, making sure that you will have such a relaxing and unforgettable time around.

Kufri to Chail

And of course, if you are looking for some sense of freedom and adventure, why not go to Kufri? Our Shimla package allows you to visit Kufri, also known as the winter sports capital of India. There, the weather is colder, and snow pretty much abounds—making you feel as if you’re in one of those luxurious resorts in the Alps—complete with log cabins! As it is near the Himalayas, you can try sports like ice skating and skiing, as well as sledding. It’s a perfect adventure for couples, friends, or families; so if you’re planning to take the trip with those you love, this stop will be perfect for you! And from there, you can go to Chail so you may get some peace and quiet before ending your trip. In fact, photographers and peace-seekers often visit the place for their much needed retreat and solitude, and if you are in need of that, this area would be perfect for you. There, you can also visit the architecturally imposing Chail Palace, and be in awe of Shimla’s twinkling city lights, flashing their brilliance right in front of your eyes. It is definitely going to be a trip like no other—and one you won’t be able to forget soon!

Book Your Magical Trip with Us!

Shimla is truly one of the most divine places in the world. Oozing with religious charm, serenity, and even adventure on one side, it mostly has everything you can ever wish for in the vacation of your dreams. By booking with us, you can be sure that we will be able to provide you with a Shimla Tour Package that’s unlike any other. You won’t just be able to see a beautiful town, you’ll also experience spiritual magic and awakening—and that’s something you won’t soon forget. Send us a message or call us now, and let’s start booking your trip!

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Mention Langkawi and a lot of people think about forests. Isn’t Langkawi mainly renowned for its beautiful rainforests? That’s true. But only partly. Because the rainforests flank one of the most beautiful island clusters in Southeast Asia.

Langkawi is a beach bum’s hidden paradise waiting to be discovered. An archipelago of 99 islands, there’s enough virgin untouched, unexplored beaches that will awe you with its white sand and turquoise waters in the backdrop of the dense green forests. It’s a rare geographical gem that needs to be seen to be believed. But if you have never experienced Langkawi before, then let us be your host and guide in these pristine islands.

We have Langkawi tour packages that take you from the dense shrubbery to untouched beaches in your own private boat. As you sip your glass of wine in a sailing boat watching the stunning sun set over the mountains, you will lose track of time. Don’t blame us if you want to come back again the next day.

Langkawi has something on offer for everyone. That’s the best part about it. It goes without saying that it is the ultimate romantic getaway.

Perfect honeymoon destination that has sun, surf, sand, snorkeling, scuba and sailing. What more can one ask for? Enjoy uninhibited views of the beautiful serene ocean from a Jacuzzi in your own chalet in the water. Sounds like a dream? We can make it possible with our custom made honeymoon Langkawi tour packages. Get in touch with us now to know how you can rent your own honeymoon chalet in Langkawi.

Visit a Unesco Geopark

With a geological history that spans 550 milion years, Langkawi is a place like none other on earth. In 2007, Unesco declared it as the first geopark in Southeast Asia. It is diversity at its best as mangrove forests, Sandstone Mountains, white sands, reefs, rain forests, tidal flats and caves lie entwined in the arms of nature. There is nothing more invigorating than a walk through these forests. Go on dedicate hiking trails or trekking trails and watch some of the most exotic bird species. There are more than 190 to be precise. If you are lucky, you can spot the amazing Great hornbill in all its colorful plumage. We have custom Langkawi tour packages that bring the best of Langkawi to you.

Explore the Mangrove forest

Langkawi’s mangrove forest is a sight to behold. As you navigate through the wetlands in your own boat, you will be greeted by the exotic flora and fauna and awed by this amazing ecosystem. This boat safari tour will be led by a Naturalist who will keep you entertained with some mindboggling facts and some fun activities. Keep an eye out for the dancing dolphins and the extremely elusive otter. And if that doesn’t satiate your quest for nature, head out to Gunung Raya, Langkawi’s highest peak that can only be reached via a 13 km winding road or by trekking on foot. This will test even the most seasoned trekker though. Get in touch with us now to organize a tailor made Langkawi Holiday for you with a discount thrown in.

Live the myths

A civilization so old is bound to have its share of mysteries and myths. Many parts of Langkawi are shrouded in mystery. Visit the lake of the pregnant maiden or Tasik Dayang Bunting as locals call it. Formed naturally when a limestone cave collapsed, it resembles a pregnant woman lying on her back and is a sight to behold. This lake is believed to be a source of magical powers that is bestowed by the princess Mambang Sari. Our Langkawi tour packages take you to the most secluded but stunning places in Langkawi. Click here now to get a 10% discount on your Langkawi tour package.

Go sailing in your private Yacht

Ever fancied sailing in your private yacht undisturbed by the maddening crowd and away from the hustle of the city? That’s one of the highlights of our honeymoon packages for Langkawi. Grab your sunglasses, your sunscreen and your bikinis. The adventurous can plunge into the ocean or just lie face up and watch the occasional seagull fly above you. Your personal chef will churn up some of the best mouthwatering delicacies that you can enjoy. The spirits will flow and it will take you around the stunning archipelago like you have never witnessed before.

Enjoy the delectable Malaysian Cuisine

What’s an island holiday without the choicest of delicacies? There’s an abundance of flavors to choose from and to indulge your taste buds into. From exotic ones like Malay, to a combination of flavors like Malay-Indo to Thai and Chinese, enjoy the best of all countries. And if you would really like to get a taste of the local culinary delights, head out to one of the night markets and be stunned at the variety and the color in the cuisine. Are you a picky eater? Speak to us about custom made meals during your Langkawi tour.

While we recommend that you spend your time at Langkawi without any external distractions, we completely understand if you wish to club your Langkawi tour with other attractions in Malaysia. Don’t worry. We have you covered. Our Langkawi tour packages can be clubbed with Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and even Bali. No matter what you are looking to explore in Southeast Asia, we can get you there in one single package.

Packages for one and all

Our Langkawi Tour packages are perfect for everyone. From the families looking to visit Genting Highland for the kids, to couples looking to spend their nights stargazing on a remote island with dolphins and a bonfire to keep you company, we cater to one and all.

Get the best of Langkawi at a discounted rate by speaking to us now.

From aromatherapy to relaxing herbal massages, island hopping tours to helicopter rides, you are limited only by your imagination in Langkawi. Contact us now for an unbelievable customized Langkawi tour package at the best prices.

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Hidden away in the mighty Himalayas in India, lies a land like none other. Ladakh, India’s over own version of Tibet is on the bucket-list of many an ardent traveler. Be it for the vast expanses of nothingness or the towering rocky peaks that divide it from Tibet or the oldest tantric Buddhist sect, there are many reasons to visit this barren icy desert that will leave you bewildered and have you looking inward for some soul searching.

Ladakh is land-locked or cut off from the rest of the world for a large part of the year. So, we have tastefully created Ladakh packages take you to these mesmerizing land in near-perfect weather, crossing some of the tallest and highest mountains en route. Get ready for one of the most rewarding experiences of your life that will leave its mark on you permanently.

Making the most of Ladakh

One of the things that we have noticed is that travelers visiting Ladakh want to start exploring the stunning terrain from the moment they step off the airplane at Leh or step out of their vehicle. We don’t blame them. Ladakh has that mesmerizing quality about it.

But to ensure that you can make the most out of every minute that you spend in this splendor of nature, we have created a bevy of Ladakh packages that allows you to choose the most ideal one that best suits your description of a holiday here. There are no limits to be honest.

If thinking of Ladakh makes you picture yourself riding on a Royal Enfield on an endless meandering road with uninhibited views of the mighty Karakoram, that’s precisely what you are going to get.

If the word Ladakh means serenity spent in an ancient monastery sipping herbal tea with a monk, we have you covered.

If your idea of a holiday in Ladakh is to spend a night under a billion stars on the bank of the turquioise waters of Pangong lake in a cozy tent for two, you are at the right place.

From families looking for an all-inclusive tourism itinerary that covers the essentials and includes a few extras, to the adrenaline junkie looking to trek solo in the quest for the elusive snow leopard, we have Ladakh packages for everyone.

Things to do in Ladakh

And if you are coming to Ladakh with a blank slate, unplanned, unclouded by all the pictures that are thronging Instagram and on the internet, then here’s a small guide of the things that you can expect from this place that’s lost-in-time.

These are only a handful of the things that are covered in our itineraries.

Pangong Lake: Situated at a height of 14,270 feet above sea level, lies Pangong Tso, a 134 Km long water reservoir that looks like a part of the sky above it got immersed in it. The cerulean waters will take you to a state of trance that will only be amplified as the night sets in. Our Ladakh package includes day trips as well as night camps at Pangong Tso.

Magnetic Hill: One of the most sought after mysterious locations in Ladakh, the Magnetic Hill or gravity hill is an illusion that you must see to believe. Don’t be petrified as you watch your car being pulled uphill even with the ignition switched off.

Tso Moriri Lake: If the saline waters of Pangong Tso didn’t seem interesting enough, our package takes you to the sweet and crystal waters of Tso Moriri. Your eyes will liven up as the rugged desert transforms into an oasis of lush and green.

Zanskar valley: The willingness to visit one of the most isolated places on earth is not enough to visit Zanskar valley. This tiny hamlet comprising mostly of Buddhists is a must visit place during your Ladakh tour.

Khardung La: 40 kms away from Leh, lies the highest motorable road in the world, called Khardung La Pass. A visit to Ladakh is incomplete without a ride on Khardung La.

As we said before, these are just a few handpicked locations that we cover in our itineraries. There are a lot more commonly visited tourist places as well as a few that are hidden away off the beaten trail that we can include in our Ladakh Packages.

Ladakh honeymoon packages

What better place than this mysterious, spiritual and downright romantic place to spend the first few days of your long journey ahead? We offer the best Ladakh honeymoon packages that can be clubbed with our Manali package or our Kashmir Package. Stay in some of the best and coziest hotels in Ladakh and experience true Ladakhi hospitality. If you are the adventurous type, we can even put you up at a Ladakhi homestay.

Ladakh Family Packages

Your trip to Ladakh will be one of the best journeys that you ever undertake with your family. To ensure that the barren landscape and the climatic conditions don’t seem overwhelming, especially if you have children with you, our professional tour agents will create a family-friendly Ladakh tour package that keeps a day for acclimatization and takes you through the most friendly terrain in the tour. Special attention is given to the food habits of all family members and we ensure that you enjoy every delicious meal while you are in Ladakh.

Ladakh Biker Packages

Drawn by the lure of the thumping echo of a bike passing through an empty endless road sandwiched between towering peaks? Speak to us about our Ladakh Biker Packages that start from Delhi, Chandigarh and Manali.

Ladakh extended Packages

From 3 day tours that give you a glimpse of the best of Ladakh to extended 12 and 15 day tours that let you soak in the beauty of the place, we have packages for everyone. Get in touch with us today to customize your Ladakh package like you have never heard before.

Anyone can visit Ladakh, only the fortunate get to experience it. Which one are you?

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