Here is an invitation to step out of new delhi and experience the magic of india by choosing from an arry of pre and post conference tours that we have arranged specially for you. We have outlined a few dramatically different options covering the best and the most exotic of india. But the list is endless…. We can even organise itineraries as per your destinations and preferences to suit your time budget. For costing and detailed itinerary of your preferred tour, please email to us.
Delhi – Agra – Delhi
Tour is operational on all days except Fridays, when the Taj Mahal is closed.
Jaipur (1 Night / 2 Days)
Jaipur-the Capital of Rajasthan, was once a stronghold of the Rajput rulers, where three hill forts and a number of places are important tourist attractions. it is famous for embroidered leather shoes, pottery, tie and dye products and other exotic ware. Visit the magnificent Amber Fort, City palace Museum and the Observatory. Enjoy the Maharaja Experience by riding on an elephant at the Amber Fort.
Delhi-Agra- Jaipur- Delhi (2 Nights / 3 Days)
Depart to Agra and, enroute, visit Sikandara Fort. In Agra, visit Jewel of the City, the Taj Mahal, which is also known as the “Monument of Love” built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz. From Agra, drive to the exotic city of Jaipur via Fatehpur Sikri, the abandoned capital of Mughal Emperor, Akbar. Jaipur represents the Palette of the orient with its colourful people and its vibrant Rajasthani traditions. Enjoy elephant ride at Amber Fort, and visit the City Palace Museum, the Observatory, Hawa Mahal.
Delhi- Khajuraho- Varanasi- Delhi (3 Nights / 4 Days)
A journey to the aesthetically erotic sculptures of Khajuraho. The temples here date back to 950 AD and are adorned with sculptures that depict life in India 100 years ago – Gods and Goddesses, warriors and musicians, animals and couples in various Kama Sutra like positions. During your visit to Varanasi – a holy temple city, take a dip in the holy Ganges, experience a cleansing of your soul. Then visit Saranath – the Buddha’s Stupa here is a reminder of the first sermon he preached in this city.
Delhi- Kathmandu - Delhi by Air (3 Nights / 4 Days)
Kathmandu, the Capital of Nepal, a land nesting in clouds and mountains offers thrills and excitements seldom experienced elsewhere. Kathmandu has many tourist attractions such as Royal palace, the Durbar square and innumerable Hindu temples. Please obtain Nepalese visa for entry into the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal and double/ multiple entry visa for India.
Delhi- Narendra Nagar (Rishikesh) – Delhi (3 Nights / 4 Days)
Swirled in the sacred mists of time, nestled in the Himalayas is Ananda (literally translated, it means “Happiness”), a world-class destination Spa. Once the residence of Maharaja of Tehri-Garwal, it is dedicated to today’s traveler, who is looking for innovative ways to restore and rejuvenate his energies. Ananda offers unparalleled views of the river Ganges, the town of Rishikesh or the Palace. Adhering to the concept of holistic health and well being, is the tempting cuisine at the restaurant, carefully prepared to rejuvenate, revitalize and renew you. “Ananda in the Himalayas” has been voted as the No. 1 Spa in the World recently by the Conde Nast Traveler (U.K.) magazine.
Delhi and its environs provide ample opportunity for accompanying persons to explore and enjoy the dance, music, shopping and traditional Indian hospitality.
Experience and enjoy traditional Indian dresses and participate in informal demonstrations on tying sarees of various materials. The sari, is a single piece of fabric measuring about 06 yards (5.5 mtrs.) has four ages been the traditional dress of Indian wo man. On this tour, see and learn the simple procedure of wearing a sari. Also see the age-old process of carpet weaving.
Henna-Mehendi a plant extract as known in India is a natural dye, considered auspicious, purifying and cooling is artistically drawn on the hands and feet of the bride during the wedding to bring good luck.
Craft forms of India heritage from Aryan Era to present day are found here. An insight into Carpets, Jewellery, Hand-woven Cottons and Silk and many more handicrafts through demonstration of their creation housed at Cottage Industries