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Mumbai & Maharashtra

Mumbai & Maharashtra - The glitzy commercial hub of the country, Mumbai is home to the the world-renowned Bollywood movie production centre that's been spinning out action thrillers, family dramas and romantic potboilers, now enjoyed the world over. Set out for explorations into the Maharashtra countryside to explore the painted caves of Ajanta and Ellora, historic seaside forts or a rail journey along the spectacular Konkan Coast overlooking the mighty Arabian Sea.

Chennai & Tamil Nadu

Chennai & Tamil Nadu - Chennai may have played an integral role in the peripatetic fortunes of the East India Company and colonial role in India, but what comes to mind most strongly today is the lush coastal splendor, powered by two rich monsoons, and the delightful diversity of coastal villages, intriguing temples and cultural rituals, textile and craft traditions all of which astound us with their beauty and eye for detail.

Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh

Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh - An ancient region marked by black volcanic earth and crystalline rock of great antiquity. The historical region has been battled over for its mineral riches, chiefly gold and diamonds. It has been home of great empires such as that of Vijaynagara and Tipu Sultan. The region is renowned for its spectacular natural setting and verdant rural landscape.

West Coast Goa & Kerela

West Coast Goa & Kerela - Silver beaches and swaying palms mark the stunning western coastal region of two of India's most visited holiday destinations. Take a leisurely journey to absorb every memorable moment on those backwaters, that tiny fishing village, the seascape lit by a mind-blowing sunset. Sun worshipping and snorkelling, fort spotting and port exploring are just some of the other pleasures that await you here.


Suggested Itineraries

Treasures of the South

The tour takes you on a discovery of the lost kingdoms of the Deccan Plateau and...

Southern Sojourn

This exciting tour features the very best of the south- historical monuments- cultural...

Raj in the South

A leisurely exploration of the sizzling south takes you to some of the most popular holiday hubs...

Destination India

Map of India

INDIA HAS ALWAYS INTRIGUED FOREIGNERS. Back in the fourth century B.C., Alexander the Great's men were amazed by elephants. Later, William Shakespeare (1564-1616), who never visited India, alluded to its exotic trading wealth in his play A Midsummer Night's Dream. More recently, in 1897, the well-travelled writer Mark Twain called India "... the one land that all men desire to see, and having seen once, by even a glimpse, would not give that glimpse for the shows of all the rest of the globe combined." Today, India continues to fascinate with equal force, all the more so because much of life here is lived in public.

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