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India’s history spans 5000 years, where very first civilization of the world, “The Indus Valley Civilization”, was nurtured. It is the seventh-largest country by area and the second-most populous country with over 1.2 billion people. India's ancient monuments and centuries old traditions provide backdrop for the world’s largest democracy.
India encompasses some of the world’s most bio diverse regions hosting three bio distinct hotspots; the Western Ghats, the Eastern Himalayas and the Indo-Burmese border region. It is also home to a diversity of wildlife in a variety of protected habitats.
India, with all its variety, feels more like a series of countries strung together than a cohesive whole. As you move from region to region, you'll be exposed to dramatic changes in cuisine, dress, language, religion, custom and tradition.
India remains an incomparable travel experience.

What’s To Love in India

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Old Delhi Street Food Tour

Enjoy a street food tour to sample some of the most unique and flavorful dishes imaginable. Our tour guides are sure to take you to only the most hygienic and high-quality places

Share The Road

Sharing roads with a parade of pedestrians, bicycles, auto-rickshaws, motorcycles, lumbering trucks, cattle, livestock and the occasional elephant is both chaotic and adrenaline rushing.


Visit the Spice Markets in Old Delhi

Visit the spice markets. Learn about the holistic properties and medicinal qualities of common and unfamiliar spices.


Participate with a family in the Diwali or Holi festival to fully immerse in the celebration of life

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Visit the Temples and Holy Places

Visit the ornate Taj Mahal as well as the many temples and palaces that dot Rajasthan.

Rathambore National Park

Jump in a jeepsey or Gypsy as they are Branded to embark on a tiger safari in Ranthambore National Park. Enjoy a variety of wildlife unique to India.



Visit the local markets to buy fruits, vegetables, clothing, jewelry and other souvenirs. Consider having the local tailors who are abundant sew you a shirt or lounging pants- often complete within a matter of hours.

Learn Indian Cooking

Participate in a regional cooking class with a master chef to learn about cooking with spices and unique combinations to make amazing food.


Visit a School

Visit a primary school to learn about the educational system in India and discuss the children’s goals for their profession.

Learn Abour Ancient Traditions

Learn about the practices and traditions of the predominant Hindu religion, seemingly ancient, foreign yet fascinating beliefs in the modern world.

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Lend a Hand in the Soup Kicthen

Some of the temples have soup kitchens where anyone can come for thier meals, serving poor and time deprived alike.  Jump in and make some basic food for the masses. your service, no matter how small will be welcomed and appreciated.

Helpful Information


India is a large country with a variety of climates and geography from the beaches of the South to the Himalyas to the North. Popular spots to visit include Rajatsthan and Kerala which are best visited in the months of October- March, before the extremely hot weather. Rains are common throughout the year, byt the Monsoon season is normally March- May.

Budget Planning

Typically for the type of Custom Itineraries we build, prices in India can run from $450-800+ per person per day. We strive to work within your budget and provide guidance on how you can achieve your goal. Quoted Tour prices include hotels, required regional flights, guides, excursions, entrance fees, equipment rental, drivers and ground transfers, and daily breakfast. Depending on the itinerary many of the meals and beverages including alcoholic beverages may be built in as well.
Tour proposals exclude international flights, travel insurance, and gratuities. Each proposal will detail all inclusions and exclusions for clarity.

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