Mumbai, previously known as Bombay, is one of the most populous and popular cities of India. Also known as The Maximum City – it is not only the powerhouse of Indian business, industry and trade but also the financial and entertainment capital of the country. Among the bustling crowds, you will find world class restaurants, colonial architecture and the buzz of the world’s largest film industry Bollywood.
The Gateway of India is Mumbai’s most recognisable monument. Elephanta Island is home to UNESCO World Heritage listed caves, sculptures and religious carvings that are over 2500 years old. It’s hard to miss the colonial influence in Mumbai. The British reign left its mark all over the city be it the German gables, the Dutch roofs to the Romance arches and Tudor casements. In the north of the city is Chowpatty beach which is popular for strolls and street food. This sea side strip come alive at night along marine Drive.
The city’s cuisine is closely linked to its transformation from a fishing village to a cosmopolitan city. The wave of immigrants brought with them their culinary secrets and as a result you can find many interesting flavours – Parsi, Gujarati, Goan and south Indian. Vada pav is the go to snack in Mumbai.
Goa is the undisputed beach capital of India, nestled looking out at the Arabian Sea with its palm fringed beaches stretches of golden sand, the beautiful green countryside and the rich cultural heritage seen in the array of churches, temples, forts and museums – all add to the charm of India’s smallest state. Evolving from a Portuguese colony to a key stop in the hippie culture, Goa is a melting pot of many cultures. Goan cuisine is hot and spicy with strong flavours with delicious fresh seafood and fish curries, all borrowing from its Portuguese past.
This unique tour takes you to the finest national parks of central India. It includes a three day walking safari which retraces the trail undertaken British Captain J Forsyth of Bengal Lancers regiment, almost 150 years ago.ITINERARY DETAILS
This tour offers you an excellent opportunity to learn some of the treasured recipes of popular dishes, handed down from generation to generation. Join your hosts in the cooking demonstrations held especially in your honour in their splendid heritage homes.ITINERARY DETAILS
Your journey begins in the cosmopolitan city of Mumbai – commercial, financial and trade capital of the country. Then you will fly to Aurangabad and visit the superb caves at Ajanta and Ellora.ITINERARY DETAILS
Heading out from the metropolitan city of Bangalore, you travel to Mysore and will witness remains of a splendid city of palatial buildings, gardens and broad tree-lined boulevards.ITINERARY DETAILS
May we suggest horseback riding? Gallop and canter through the desert past forts and palaces then spend your evenings in castles or luxury camps. Or do you prefer a camel safari experiencing 16th century caravan life…EXPLORE MORE
Historically Indian textile has evolved into a wide range according to nuances of migratory weavers, foreign invasions and religious influences. Royal Expeditions is your connection to insider visits to traditional weavers…EXPLORE MORE
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India has only 2.4 percent of the world’s land area BUT 8 percent of its plant and animal species and 18% of its population. With its stunning mountains, beaches, rivers, deserts, jungles, flowers, wildlife, temples, monuments, and beautiful people…EXPLORE MORE
Spirituality in India is not just an mysterious philosophy or practice. Spirituality has found its place in the most commonplace routines and daily lives of India’s people. In our tours you experience how spirituality fits in this context…EXPLORE MORE