Tour in North India

Indian Himalayan tour 

Dive into the heart of the Indian Himalayas and meet the traditional peoples of Sikkim whose life you will share in the tea plantations and savor the hospitality while staying with the locals. From Calcutta to Darjeeling to the charming villages of Kalimpong, Pedong, Rumtek and Kewzing, you will cross exceptional landscapes, among picturesque monasteries, green hills, imposing mountain ranges and vast tea plantations. And why not take advantage of your relaxing stop in Chalsa to introduce you to Ayurveda'

What to experience?

Immersion in the Himalayan mountains.
The encounter with traditional populations.
Nights and meals at the home for real moments of exchange and sharing.
Active participation in life in Darjeeling tea plantations.
The fabulous journey aboard the "Toy train" from Kurseong to Siliguri and the introduction to Ayurveda's in Chalsa.

North India - Rajasthan: Small group discovery tour of Maharaja country to Benares

Join a small group and discover the thousand and one wonders of historic and sacred North India in the footsteps of the Maharajahs, from Rajasthan to the banks of the Ganges (Benares, Khajuraho and its famous erotic temples!) through the historic cities of Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur the "Blue City", Udaipur the "Venice of the East", or Jaipur the "Rose City" , not to mention Agra and its famous Taj Mahal...
On this unique tour, you'll explore beautiful sun-sized arid landscapes, visit fortresses steeped in history and heroic battles, palaces of amazing luxury, temples with refined architecture,... and meet the locals, proud to show you the beauties of their country and to share with you their traditions.

A complete yet thorough tour of Rajasthan.

Evenings hosted by authentic dinner shows, the opportunity to discover traditional dances (Ex: Shekawati: dinner-show of fire before dinner; Rajasthani dance show in Jaipur).
The variety of means of locomotion used favouring local transport: the ascent of Jaipur Castle on the back of an elephant, the descent by 4x4, the "rickshaw" (rickshaw) and the "tonga" (calche) to get to the Taj Mahal; not to mention the camel ride during a visit to the Bishnois villages in the Thar Desert.
The efforts of the local team to make you aware of the realities of daily life and to introduce you to cultural traditions (learn to tie the sari for women, the turban for men), while promoting the meeting with local people, but also schools or humanitarian associations.
A trip that will leave you with lasting memories, and this, at a very reasonable price in terms of the services provided.

Take a tailor-made trip to South India

From Kerala's backwaters to tea plantations, go on a tour of South India off the beaten track. With your trip to South India,explore the city of Pondicherry, a former French outlet, or Even Cochin, Madurai, Chennai and the sumptuous temples of Tamil Nadu!

North India's must-sees

This excursion, dominated by the excitement of major cities like Delhi, Jaipur and Agra, gives us a glimpse into the cultural and historical splendour of the holy city of Varanasi. It is also an introductory approach to India with its flora and fauna, fascinating culture and spectacular Moghul and Hindu architecture. Northern India evokes a fascinating and familiar landscapWh at to experience?e: the Taj Mahal,the sacred Ganges, tigers, saris, good food and rickshaws.

This short trip is a complete introduction to the few main attractions of northern India. The tigers of Ranthambore National Park is an attractive activity for lovers of flora and fauna; and a visit to the sacred city of Varanasi adds a whole new perspective to the turn: a fascinating people, atypical train tours, and delicious food. This journey allows us to live an enriching and exciting experience to discover the monghol and Hindu architecture of the 16th and 17th century, including the Taj Mahal in Agra, Amer Fort and the Hawa Mahal (Palace of the Winds) in Jaipur, the abandoned city of Fatehpur Sikri and the Jama Masjid of Delhi - the largest mosque in India.

We will also find the most important monuments of the British Empire, such as the seat of government in Delhi and the famous India Gate leading to tree-lined avenues that remind us how much the British appreciated India.


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