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Board Luxury Trains in India for an Unforgettable Vacation


Trains in India are more than a mode of travel, they are an experience in itself. Indian Railways offers not just journeys but some amazing holidays. Board any of the luxury trains in India and be a part of an unforgettable vacation. The Indian luxury trains are royal rides for guests to enjoy India like never before.

Luxury train travel in India has been around for the last almost 30 years, since the introduction of the Palace on Wheels. With some of best luxury trains of the world, train travel has been in growing popularity, There are now 4 Luxury train trips that are available regularly during the tourist season from October to March/April each year.

Deccan Odyssey

Given the many options, whatever you choose, each of them focus on luxury train travel in India. The very popular Palace on Wheels, the first of its kind that travels through the most popular tourist circuit, the Golden Triangle, including cities of Delhi, Agra & Jaipur, in addition of other cities of Rajasthan or others. The much-awarded Maharajas’ Express is counted among the best luxury trains in the world. Like its name, you will feel like a Maharaja. Specially-crafted with modern amenities and royal décor, each of its journeys are unique, different from each other presenting India is all its glory and elegance. The Deccan Odyssey is another popular name with many awards & accolades offering incredible experience of the country. Golden Chariot along with Royal Rajasthan on Wheels are some of the most popular choices.

Luxury trains in India

With booking any of the luxury train tour packages, be prepared for a wonderful holiday with friends and family. The idea is to enjoy the utmost comfort and the treatment that India is famous for giving out to its honored guests. Whether you want to pay a visit to the Taj Mahal, the icon of love in Agra, go shopping in Jaipur or indulge in wildlife safari at Ranthambore national park, visit the Umaid Bhawan Palace of Jodhpur, or go for sightseeing at any of the World Heritage Sites, or a spa session on a city hotel, the train tours are totally concerned about your comforts. Forget queues or hassle of planning, packing, repacking and worrying about the hotel and transport, simple step aboard one of the Indian luxury trains and begin your journey exploring India like never before.


Ladakh, a must visit on a India Tour Itinerary


India is a life-changing experience for travellers of which Ladakh is truly unmissable. Think of an India tour itinerary and Ladakh certainly deserves a mention. Nestled in the heart of the Himalayas, Ladakh is one of the remotest places on Earth and a treasure to explore. Settled at an altitude of 3542 meters above sea level it is one of the highest inhabited places on the planet. Boasting of immense scenic beauty of mountains, lakes, rivers and a cold desert it is a wonder to visit. Adding to it are the amazing allures including palaces, and monasteries. And, lastly an adventure of a lifetime is a guarantee. A surprisng fact about Ladakh is that a trip can be planned in the offiecail off-travel season. The land opens up for visitors from late May to October. As it is monsoon in rest of India, if you want to skip rains, you must pay a visit.

If you are still not sure to plan a trip to Ladakh on your visit to India, here are few reasons.

Scenic Beauty

Scenic beauty of Leh

Ladakh’s location is out of the world and therefor is its beauty. The Land of High Passes is settled in the snowy heights of Himalayan ranges and is surrounded by mountain ranges of Karakoram. Even for a land withoutt rain, it is simply one among the most blessed natural places in India and the world. The rugged  mounatins are shades ofbrown with specks of green and layers of snow. The rivers iand the lakes are crystal clear displaying myraid shades of blues. The deesrt dunes of Nubra Valley are magical with their unbeivale golden hues, home to the unique double-humped Bactrian Camels.


Ladakh has a unique Tibetan Buddhist culture with impacts from traditional beauties. Over the years, this culture has become an important backbone for tourism. The land’s traditional culture and lifestyle make the cuisine, dressing, dance forms and others. The festivals of the land gain more attention thanks to the exclusive culture of the land. This is one of the few places where you can find dancing monks enjoying festivals just like you.

Taking a pilgrimage tour is a double beauty. You get to wander around ancient monasteries, explore the culture and enjoy the unique architectural beauties. Apart from these, the nature plays an important role in adding peace and tranquility to these religious places. Every year, thousands of people visit Ladakh for pilgrimage activities. Top iconic religious sites to visit in Ladakh are Likir monastery, Thiksey monastery, Sumda Chun, Shanti Stupa, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib and others.


Adventure in Ladakh

Statistically, this is the main reason that drives more than three fourth of the travel population to Ladakh. The geographical wealth and the Himalayan nature gives access to different landscapes, which allow you to enjoy unique adventure activities like mountain biking, trekking, jeep safari, river rafting, camel safari, yak safari, ice hockey and many others. No wonder, Ladakh is called as the adventure capital of the country.

It is the place for adventure activities. Top three motorable mountain passes of the world are located in Ladakh. It is the only destination in India apart from Rajasthan, where you can enjoy camel safari. It is one of the very few places to experience yak safari too. The most common safari to enjoy in the region is the jeep safari. The Himalayan regions make the safari more exciting. Many sure to choose the right season so that you can enjoy all types of safaris here.You can find a lot of trekking trails for hiking and trekking along with frozen rivers. Name an adventure activity; and, you would find it there. Top peaks for hiking are Nun-Kun, Stok Kangri, Jang Yatse and others. You can also enjoy a trekking excursion to the base of Mount Everest; if you are up for the challenge. Apart from these, there are a lot of monasteries to explore and enjoy their rituals, explore their libraries, antiques and others.

The Must-Visit Masterpieces of Temple Architecture in South India


Indian Architecture has been one of the many reasons that India is a favourite among travellers from all around the world. While Rajasthan and North India, in general, is known for the magnificent royal palaces, forts and other incredible architecture; South India is known for incredible masterpieces of temple architecture.

An extraordinary confluence of art, craftsmanship and religion, temples in South India are a testament of cultural heritage and diversity of India. While there are millions of temples in India, some of the finest architectural creations are a must-visit highlight of tours in India. Dating back to thousands of years, the pride of many rulers and their dynasties, the temples of South India are some glorious creations that to date fascinate visitors with the beauty, devotion and their impressive architecture. Many of the temples in South India are on the elite list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Great Living Chola Temples

So, for the incredible craftsmanship or the spiritual bliss or just to awe at masterpieces of cultural heritage, here are a some of the must-visit temples with South India tour packages:

Shore Temple, Mahabalipuram

Shore Temple, Mahabalipuram

One of the oldest temples in Tamil Nadu, built in the 7th century is the astounding seaside pilgrimage site in Mahabalipuram. The temple has been noted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 3 major shrines in the temple are dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Shiva and Brahma. The best time to visit the temple would be during the Mahabalipuram Dance Festival held on the exterior of the temple complex.

Our tours to visit Mahabalipuram - Glimpses of the South

Meenakshi Amman Temple, Madurai

Madurai Temple

Our tours to visit Madurai - Glimpses of the South

Hoysala Temple Architecture – Belur and Halebidu

Belur and Halebidu towns are home to treasures of Hoysala architecture. The ancient temples that date back to the days of the ruling Hoysala Empire.

Halebid is the local language translates to the meaning of the ruined city. Tough ravaged by the Bahmani Sultanate, the city was the regal capital of the Hoysala Empire in the 12th century. Here lie the finest examples of Hoysala's workmanship. The beautiful Kedareswara and Hoysaleswara temples are adorned in beautiful carvings that are tales of Indian mythology as well as regular incidents. Walk through history as you walk past these exquisitely-carved temples.

Hoysala Temples in Halebidu

Belur is a small town in Karnataka and a former charming city of the Hoysala Empire. Though small in proportion, the city has a tall reputation worldwide for its Chennakeshava temple. The temple is one of the finest examples of Hoysala style architecture along with splendid craftsmanship adorning the exteriors.

Ranganathswamy Temple, Trichy

Ranganathswamy Temple

The Ranganathswamy Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and was well known as the religious seat of learning as far back as the 11th century. Presently the temple includes a series of walled courts with 21 towers, and the tallest of these towers reaches up to 72 meters. The temple is surrounded by busy streets with some street vendors selling sweets, garlands and holy images to the worshippers and the tourists.

Rock Fort Temple, Trichy

Rockfort Temple

The Rock Fort Temple stands on an 84 m tall rock in the center of the town. In the 18th century, for the possession of the Fort the British fought and defeated the French at Trichy. The cave-shrines and temples are constructed on the rock. The Hall of a Thousand Pillars and the shrine of Shiva are something worth seeing. One can relax and enjoy the panoramic views of Trichy from the top of the temple.

Shravanabelagola, Karnataka

Shravanabelagola is a historic destination of Karnataka famous for its collection of Jain temples. The highlight of the town is the statue of Gommateshvara Bahubali as well as many attractive Jain temples, each exquisitely carved and adorned.

Kaidala, Karnataka

Hoysala temple

Famous for the two beautiful Hoysala temples, the town of Kaidala include the Chennakeshava Temple and Gangadareshwara Shrine. Master sculptor Jakanachari who sculptured the famous Hoysala temples of Somnathpura, Belur and Halebedu is said to have was born and brought up at Kaidala. Chenna Keshava temple is said to be a fusion of the Hoysala, Dravidian and Vijayanagara styles of architecture. The complete temple complex has a tall fort-like wall or Prakara around it. The Mahadwara or the Gateway Gopuram is a three-tiered massive structure with beautiful carvings and the large doorway is flanked by pillars with beautifully carved relief works of nubile dancing girls, sages, gods and goddesses.  

Kanchipuram Temples

Kailasanathar Temple

Kanchipuram, in the state of Tamil Nadu, is one of the most sacred cities in southern India and the second holiest after Varanasi. Also known as “The City of Thousand Temples”, Kanchipuram is an important holy pilgrimage for Hindus. People travel from far and wide to admire the magnificent stone cravings, chariot processions and shrines.

The Bull Temple, Bangalore 

Bull Temple, Bangalore

The Bull temple is located in the South of Bangalore. The deity is a huge 15-foot Basava or bull, which is the vehicle of Lord Shiva. The reason for curiosity about this huge Bull is that it has been carved from a single stone.


20 Greatest Travel Experiences in the Indian Subcontinent for 2020


The India Subcontinent is one of the most-sought travel destinations in the world. With its vast diversity, incomparable mystique, fascinating histories, soulful culture, inspiring architecture and spectacular scenery, it is unique. This part of the world has the most incredible range of geographical features, from glaciers to desert land and rainforests to vast grasslands. The wonder of the Taj Mahal, the mystic of heritage sites, the thrill of regal Bengal tigers, and the quaint tea plantations of India will captivate you. The mountain kingdom of Bhutan welcomes with spirituality, rich culture and beautiful vistas. The Himalayan Kingdom and the highest point on earth, Nepal has heritage, culture, adventure and spellbinding views. The island country of Sri Lanka is a tropical paradise!

The subcontinent offers a chance of the greatest travel experiences. With so much to see, do and experience there are a number of life changing memories.

1. Calm Cruise on Kerala's backwaters, India

The backwaters of Kerala are a network of 900 km of lagoons, canals, rivers and lakes, and a meditative calm.  Cruising over these tranquil waters are kettuvalam houseboats that offer a memorable experience. With private sleeping quarters, observation deck and other amenities this is an extraordinary experience of Kerala tour packages. Meals are included on a houseboat cruise. The local fish known as karimeen is a must-try on the menu and is named among the tastiest dishes to relish on the Indian subcontinent.

2. Roam the remains at UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India

The vast colourful heritage of India is one of the major lure for travellers visiting the country. Spread over eras and centuries, the history dates back to the start of the civilization to the many ruling powers. The legacy of the olden days are preserved and given the status of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India. Roam these remains for the greatest experiences in the country.

Taj Mahal, the Group of Monuments of Hampi, Mahabalipuram, Temples of Khajuraho, Walled City of Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Fatehpur Sikri, Jantar Mantar, Red Fort, Caves of Bhimbetka, Ajanta and Ellora Caves, etc. are some of the finest specimens. There 38 heritages sites some cultural, natural and even mixed heritage.

3. The first light view of the Taj Mahal, India

The Taj Mahal is one of the most recognised icons of the country. The graceful monument with its poignant story is known to captivate all those who glance at the beauty. While the view takes away your breath away, anytime of the day, there is certainly something magical about the dawn. The first light of the day transforms the ethereal beauty in one of the best experiences of your lives. Undeniably it is among the best highlights of India tour packages.

4. Hike to the Tiger’s Nest, Bhutan

Perched spectacularly over a cliff above the Paro valley, The Tiger’s Nest is one of the must-visit highlights of Bhutan tours. Known as Paro Takstang, the 17th century Buddhist Monastery is a sacred fortress of white-washed walls and fluted roofs. Built on the sacred cave once consecrated by Guru Rinpoche, an incarnation of Lord Buddha, the temple maintains its delicate setting with Buddha’s blessing. Believed to be visited by the divine deity on the back of a tiger, the monastery is named so. Fluttering prayer flags, spinning prayer wheels, beautiful views and soulful monks and kids make it a hike worthwhile.

5. View the mighty Mount Everest, Nepal

The world’s highest mountain, Mount Everest at an 8,848m is a mighty site. While all visitors may not be able to hike to the very top of the Everest, the view is surprisingly accessible. 32km from Kathmandu, Nagarkot offers a breath-taking view of the mountain and the many other peaks of the Himalayas. The view certainly counts among the greatest travel experiences in the Indian Subcontinent.

6. Spiritual bliss by the Ganges, India

Rivers in India are known as Goddesses and believed to be the spiritual backbone. ‘Mother Ganges’ as the river is worshipped as, originates high in the glacial sources of Himalayas flowing through some of the most sacred cities – Rishikesh, Hairdwar, Varanasi and Allahabad before finally emptying into the Bay of Bengal 2,510km later.

The ritual of Ganga Aarti is one of the most spiritually-enriching experiences in India. Every evening in a grand ceremony is held on the Ganges River Banks. The most spectacular prayers are held at Varanasi, Haridwar and Rishikesh.

7. Explore the backstreets of Kathmandu, Nepal

Nepal’s wonderful capital city, Kathmandu counts among the best tourist places in the Indian Subcontinent. The ancient city of sacred Hindu temples is dotted with a number of UNESCO world heritage sites. Surrounded by lush mountains, the town preserves Newari traditions and culture. The Durbar Square is the heart of the town known for presenting unique art of wood and stone carvings.

8. Visit the rock city of Sigiriya, Sri Lanka

Sigiriya Rock Fortress listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site dates back to the 5th century, and is perhaps Sri Lanka’s picture postcard monument. The massive rock structure jutting out of the forested plains like a giant tooth still has the remains of the Fortress and the Royal Palace. The climb up to the Sigiriya Rock Fortress is 1200 steps through the Mirror Wall and the giant stone paws of a lion, Sigiriya means Lion’s Fortress in the local Sri Lankan language, Sinhalese.

9. Embark upon wonderful railway journeys

India makes railway journeys simply some of the best travel experiences. Indian luxury trains allow exploring India without having any hassle of packing, unpacking and checking in and out every day. The train journeys cover the rich history, culture and heritage along with truly pampering experiences.

There are also trains, rare feat of engineering such as The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway and Kalka-Shimla Train, UNESCO World Heritage site that winds through the mountains. Trains journeys in India are some of the greatest travel experiences in India.

10. Wander through Rajasthan’s Mighty Forts

Rajasthan is a quintessential chapter of Indian history. The land of the fierce warrior clans of Rajputs, it is home to some of the mightiest forts. Hill forts of Rajasthan deserve special mention. Named among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India, these fortress are example of defensive architectures. Jaipur’s Amer Fort, Ranthambore Fort, Jaisalmer Fort, Gagron Fort, Chittorgarh Fort and Kumbalgarh Fort are some of the must-visit. Jodhpur’s Mehrangarh Fort, Bikaner Fortress and many others are some of the most interesting places to explore.

11. Go Wild on Wildlife Safari

India is blessed with lush expanse of jungles that serve as inhabit to the ferocious Royal Bengal Tigers, roaring Lions, elusive one-horned rhinoceros, colourful birds and many other species of the animal kingdom. These thriving jungles allow thrilling wildlife safaris in India that make the visit some of the best travel experiences. Besides the thrill of spotting the wild animals in their natural habitats there is stay in wildlife resorts, treehouse and other adventure activities.

Wildlife tours in India are unique experiences, be it in Madhya Pradesh- Bandhavgarh, Pench or Kanha, Ranthambore in Rajasthan, Gir in Gujarat, Periyar and Nagarhole in South India, Kaziranga in the east or the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sundarbans.

12. Pampering your senses with Ayurveda Massages

Ayurveda is one of India’s ancient secrets of health and wellness. The holistic treatments are said to pamper the body, mind and soul. Kerala is said to have been the birthplace of the healing tradition. With time the rituals spread all over India and now are practiced at the foothills of the Himalayas, calm seaside towns and also the top hotels of the country. Unlock harmony of all your senses with Ayurveda massages and treatments. Ayurveda and wellness packages offer the ultimate bliss and the memorable experience.

13. Spiritual Enlightenment with Yoga

Yoga is another ancient secret of health and wellness that finds its source in ancient India. Till date practiced at the foothills of Himalaya, they imbibe practitioners with many secrets of the union of body, mind and soul. Rishikesh has earned the reputation of the Yoga Capital of India. Ashrams by the holy River Ganges were the first to begin the traditions of yoga and till date continue the rituals. The International Yoga Festival is the annual celebration that brings visitors from far ends of the globe.

14. Delicious taste of Food and Culinary Classes

India tours are not just about sightseeing, it is more about experiences. Indian food is the greatest delight of exploring the country. From the North to South, East to West, the gastronomy is unique. Each region, each city and almost all cultures deserve a visit to savor each of the tastes. From Rajasthani food, Mughlai cuisines, South Indian dishes, sweets, beverages, street food and more, everything calls for a food tour. While the tastes will make its place among the best memories, culinary classes imparts the knowledge to be taken home.

15. Shopping

Shopping may not sound that glamorous but in India it is definitely among the greatest travel experiences. Handicrafts- clothing & jewellery are the greatest bargains but there is also spices, local produce and unique highlights of every region. Besides the deal the experience of negotiation is the amazing.

16. Stay at Royal Palaces

Hospitality has been the very base of India tours. Royalty has been the very basic fabric of the colourful legacy of the country. The royals of the olden days built and lived in some of the most fantastic palaces. They royal palaces have now been converted into hotels that pamper guests with an exclusive stay. Stay in the royal palaces turned heritage hotels are among the greatest travel experiences. Royal Rajasthan tour with heritage hotels are the favourite tour for the one in love with royal pampering luxuries.

17. Discovering the popular Golden Triangle

The most popular of India tours, The Golden Triangle Tour is among the best experiences of India in a short time. Covering the cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, the journey covers the impressive remains of the many dynasties that rules Delhi, Mughal Culture and a glimpse of the royal Rajputana traditions. The concise tour covers the wonder of the World- Taj Mahal, UNESCO World Heritage Sites and there unique cultures.

18. The vast nothingness of the Rann of Kutch and the burst of colors

A unique landscape, the Rann of Kutch is a vast expanse of the salt-marsh desert. Imitating nothingness and often mirroring the sky, the land is truly incredible and the view among the cherished memories of a lifetime. The beautiful Rann comes to life during its colourful Rann Utsav (November to February. Drive out over the plains in a jeep, stay in a tent city, come across folk culture, embark upon camel safaris, and fall in the love with wonder.

19. Sussegado in Goa

Goa is India’s tropical haven. Blessed with beautiful beaches, thrilling adventure sports, Portuguese heritage & culture and many leisurely experiences, Goa is synonymous with relaxed fun. For the ultimate beach holiday, Goa has it all. Relax by the shore with your favourite drink, enjoy the privacy of your beach resort, try water sports, explore spice plantation & wildlife sanctuaries, discover the old churches and forts and have the great vacation. Goa offers the best of travel experiences in the Indian Sub-Continent.

20. Experience the Kandy Esala Perahera

The streets of Kandy are witness to one of the most spectacular processions in the world. The Esala Perahera (also known as The Festival of the Tooth) is an annual festival every July or August (depending on the Full Moon Poya Day). Hundreds of whip crackers, flag bearers, fire-dancers, Kandyan drummers, and elephants in bejewelled capes make it an awe-inspiring event and the best among experiences to try on a tour of the Indian Subcontinent.


The Top Experiences to Try in India


India is matchless and over and over it is proven so. The country is a mix of memories of a lifetime. From interesting history, heritage, culture, traditions, wildlife, food, shopping and everything you ask for, India tours are experiences that are life-changing.

Not just the Taj Mahal or the land of Yoga, India isn’t what you see on postcards. It is more about living the culture, walk through history, spotting wildlife, hanging with nomads in Jaisalmer, meeting the holy men of Varanasi, camping under the stars in the desert, enjoy hospitality at homestays, heritage hotels & other unique accommodations, taste the flavoursome food, go shopping, and much more.

India tour package are not completed unless you have crossed out these points on the checklist of the top experiences in India

Heritage Tours

India has a vast and colourful history, culture and heritage. Reliving the days of the glory is very much possible even to this day. There are cities, monuments and even ruins that keep intact the heritage since the centuries since the very start of civilization. The forts, palaces, heritage mansions resonate with tales of the yesteryears. For a memorable your holiday package in India it is absolute a must to not just go on sightseeing but embark on heritage walks that unravel the treasures of the land.

The ultimate tour includes the Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, the most popular Golden Triangle Tour Circuit in India. The trio cities are the historic, full to the brim with ancient sites, some of which are mentioned on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Come across the ‘wonder of the world’ Taj Mahal, mighty red-sandstone fortress of Mughals both in Delhi and Agra, Rajput architecture in the hill fortress of Amer, the royal city palace, ancient scientific instrument, garden mausoleums, step-wells and other fascinating structures.

Jaipur & Ahmedabad are cities with the status of UNESCO World heritage sites. Varanasi is the oldest city of India which makes for an interesting tour. The ruined city of Hampi, the fast-paced Mumbai, the French-colon Pondicherry, the thriving Chennai, Bangalore, Mysore, cities of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and more are popular for heritage tours.

Stay Home, especially the royal homes.

Making you feel at home is one of the principal traditions of Indian culture. The hospitality is so welcoming that you will never feel out of place but right at home. An interesting way to experience India is stay at homestays or even better the home of the former royalty. India abounds in many heritage hotels that once belonged to the royal families & prominent personalities. These homes have been lovingly transformed for guests to experience the bygone era, the culture and heritage.

Food tour

Indian food can only be described as food for the soul. Each region, each state and every community has its own distinct flavours, dishes, style of cooking and ingredients. Make sure you try a local Indian Thali whichever part of the country you explore. A Thali is a full platter that comes with many dishes, sometimes as many as 30+. There are special feast thalis such as the Sadya. There are aplenty options of luxury restaurants, eateries and food trails that specialize in Indian dishes & flavors.

Street food in India deserve the courtesy of food tours. Old Delhi’s Parathewali gali has a reputation as does Mumbai street delights, Amritsar, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Kerala, and many other cities.

And, why stop at eating. Get cooking lessons from experts. Wherever you travel besides gorging on the delicacies take lessons to recreate the dishes on your return. 

Ayurveda Massage

The greatest experience of a holiday in India is the tryst with the ancient science of health & wellness- Ayurveda. Based on fundamental principles of nature, the science helps with cleansing and rejuvenation of the body, mind and soul. Customized therapies, massages and treatments pamper the senses.

The soothing, nurturing and therapeutic Ayurveda massages can be availed at the leading holiday destinations of the country. There can be great options of spa services at your hotel. Furthermore, there are many choices of the wellness getaways at the leading Ayurveda resorts in India, especially in Kerala, the foothills of Himalayas and the beachside locations.


Shopping is an experience that certainly adds to the bliss of exploring India. Markets comprise of the culture, clothes, jewellery, handicrafts, food and so much more. To experience the real heart of the country, try out the old-style markets. Vendors display their skilled handicrafts and more, while you can try your hand at the skills of negotiation.

The favorite shopping hangouts across the country are: Delhi – Bazaars of Old Delhi or Chandni Chowk, Goa – Anjuna Flea Market, Jaipur – Bapu Bazaar & Varanasi – Thatheri Gali.

Houseboat stay

Stay on the floating houseboats of Kerala is a unique delight, one must experience India. The serenity and the-out-of-the-world beauty certainly makes for cherished memories. Experience the bliss of the backwaters while you cruise aboard a lavishly-furnished houseboat.

What makes a stay on the houseboat special is that they take away from the world into a unique ecosphere of vast blue skies,

Wildlife Safari

Wildlife tour in India is certainly one of the greatest charms India has to boast of. Come across Tigers, Lions, Single Horned Rhinos, Elephants, colourful birds, reptiles and more of the animal kingdom in the wild. Indian forests and jungles are accessible through guided safaris, where a forest jeep and a forest guide will take you around and show you flora and fauna of the forest. To explore the wild there are elephant safaris, walking safaris and boat safaris too. Bird watching is an added delight to spot colourful birds and even migratory species that fly from far ends of the globe.

While Ranthambore and Bandhavgarh National Parks offer the thrill of exploring ancient forts, Pench and Periyar National Parks offer the excitement of stay in treehouses.

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