Goa, also known as the "Pearl of the Orient" and "Tourist Paradise" is famous for not just its beaches but also the architectural grandeur of its temples, churches, old Portuguese houses and scenic beauty. It is one of the few places where the hills meet the sea for a magnificent view of the sea. This 3-night luxury vacation in Goa will quench your thirst for an idyllic vacation amongst the swaying palms and sparkling sandy beaches, not forgetting the rivers weaving their way through the villages and towns. Night life in Goa too is not to be missed with the beaches and clubs playing live music all night long. There are all kinds of possibilities that exist here to whet a travellers appetite and it is no co-incidence that Goa tops the list of the most travelled to destinations in the Indian subcontinent.
Travel along the Arabian Sea in this tiny emerald state situated on the west coast of India that has some of the best beaches right from Baga in the north, to Palolem in the south of Goa. Goa not only has some of the best preserved beaches in the country but also monuments and buildings that date back to the 16th century. The resplendent churches in Old Goa, Mangueshi Temple, Shanta Durga Temple, Miramar Beach, Dona Paula, Portuguese Latin Quarters and the winding roads that magically marry the beaches and the hills are a sight to behold. Embark on a private tour of this beautiful state, which remained a Portuguese colony till 1961. Supported by the soil and climatic conditions, Goa boasts of some great spice plantations too. Aromatic spice farms grow a variety of spices and conduct tours that shed insight on the kitchen and medicinal uses of these spices. Have a sumptuous lunch at the spice farm followed by a visit to the sprawling sandy beaches not too far away.
Walking is one of the best ways to explore and satisfy your travel lust, especially in a city that is as old as Delhi. Known for its architecture, night life, cuisine, and bazaars amongst other things, this private Walking Tour of Old Delhi is an eye opener to the myriad experiences that this old city haven has to offer. An experienced and expert guide will lead you, providing interesting and historical insight to this ancient city. Delhi being the capital of many different dynasties is a delight for a lover of old-worldly architectural styles. The private mansions, or ‘Havelis’ as called by the populace are magnificent and perfect for capturing on camera. Wander through the spice market, the ‘Chor- Bazaar’ and sample the mouth watering street food if you like! Your guide will entertain you with stories about the city and the history of the monuments you visit. Absorb the beat and the spirit of the city as you walk through the lanes immersed in history and culture that radiates out of the lifestyle you'll witness around you.
Goa is best known for its idyllic beaches and the water sports that they host. One of the best ways to spend a day at the beach is by feasting on a barbecue and snorkelling. It is one of the most enjoyable water sports that you can partake in and requires little to no practice! South Goa is known for its beautiful beaches and sparkling white sand. Spend an entire day here in South Goa swimming, snorkelling, having fun and enjoying the barbecue at your own relaxing pace. Snorkelling is done on Monkey Island, where you'll get a stunning view of the colourful corals, topical fish and a view of the striking Goan coastline. The delicious traditional barbecue spices up the day and relax in the knowledge that you are well looked after by the local guide who accompanies you on this tour. The snorkelling equipment and transport is included in this tour leaving no room for you to be inconvenienced in any manner!
The Golden Triangle tour starts from the capital region of Delhi. This old city is known to have been the capital of many empires before finally being declared the capital of India in 1947. Delhi is the cultural melting pot of India for the varied styles of architecture, the cuisine and a place where the modern world beautifully merges with the old. Visit the India Gate, Rajpath and the winding lanes and by lanes of Old Delhi with the silver and spice shops. From the Parliament House to the Modern Art Museum, Delhi swings between the old world charm to the contemporary. 200 km south of Delhi stands Agra, on the banks of the river Yamuna. This historical city boasts of being the Mughal capital of India and nests within its folds the most beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites; the majestic Agra Fort, Taj Mahal, the epitome of architecture built in the name of love, and Fatehpur Sikri, a city built by Akbar in red sand stone. Jaipur, also called the Pink City for the colour of many of its buildings is the next jewel visited. The palaces, forts and the markets of Jaipur are legendary, and you also get to enjoy an exciting elephant back ride to Amer Fort! The City Palace, Jantar Mantar and the Hawa Mahal are resplendent in their architectural feat and beauty.