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WE ARE BACK WITH OUR EXOTIC TOURS AGAIN

The pandemic has changed our life. After the COVID19 outbreak, everything around us was appearing motionless for the first few months. Tourism was a standstill. People were too scared to come out of their homes.  

 

Now slowly people started traveling, hotels lodges in offbeat destinations are full on weekends as well as on the weekdays. People are trying to go back to normal life. Travel is necessary for our well being, especially for your mental health. Experts say it eventually boosts our immunity.

 

So we are back with a bunch of new tour ideas with all the necessary safety measures. Please keep your eye on this window to plan your first tour after the covid19 outbreak to break the monotony!

 

SOME TOUR OPTIONS THAT CAN ALWAYS BE TAILORED ACCORDING TO YOUR REQUIREMENT

 

  • KINNAUR | 7Nights 8Days
  • NORTH BENGAL HILLS | option 1 | 3Nights 4Days
  • NORTH BENGAL HILLS | option 2| 3Nights 4Days
  • South & West Sikkim | 4Nights 5Days
  • West Arunachal | 7N 8Days
  • Kerala | 5Nights 6Days
  • Kanha & Bandhavgar | Tiger Trail | 4Nights 5Days

 

… Please feel free to Contact Us for more tour options, itinerary suggestions, and any other updates.

PLAN

YOUR ADVENTURE

IN THE HIMALAYAS

EXPERIENCE

CAVING

IN THE NORTHEAST

FILM & PHOTOGRAPH

WILD RARITIES

OF INDIAN SUBCONTINENT

EXPLORE

THE AMAZING WORLD

UNDER THE SEA

MAKE YOUR HOLIDAYS

THE BEATEN TRACKS

SLIGHTLY OFF

OF NATURE

PICK YOUR TYPE

EXPLORE INDIA

Northeast India is the easternmost region of India, comprising eight states: Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura and Meghalaya. The region has a very long international border of 5,182 kilometres (about 99 percent of its total geographical boundary) with several neighbouring countries: Tibet Autonomous Region and China in the north, Myanmar in the east, Bangladesh in the south-west, Nepal in the west and Bhutan in the north-west.


North East India is famous for its diverse wildlife and numerous ethnic tribes. Famous National Parks and other wildlife hotspots include Manas, Kaziranga, Nameri, Eaglenest, Holongapar, Dibru Saikhowa, Namdapha, Mishmi Hills, Dehing Patkai, Walong, Sipahijala etc.
East India comprises four states: West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand and Odisha and the Andaman & Nicobar archipelago. This (or to be precise, the state West Bengal) is the only sub-region that touches the Himalayas and the sea. Biodiversity rich areas in and adjacent to the Himalayas are Singalila, Mahananda, Neora Valley, Garumara, and Buxa. Sundarban is the largest mangrove in the world and the only home of the swamp tigers. West Bengal, Odisha and Andaman have rich coastal and mangrove ecosystems. Bihar, Jharkhand and Odisha have large areas covered with summer deciduous shal forest, though these three states are more famous for their tribal ethnicity and other cultural aspects.
North India consists of six states: Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and two major union territories: Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh. Jammu & Kashmir is popular for snow-covered mountains, beautiful lakes and lush green valleys of the Sind and Lider rivers while Ladakh is a high altitude cold desert and the extension of Tibetan Plateau which extends to northwestern Himachal. Other parts of Himachal Pradesh and almost the entire Uttarakhand comprise the middle and lower Himalayan ecoregions.

Punjab, Haryana and Uttarpradesh are much covered with agricultural land and have many historical cities like Varanashi, Allahabad (now Prayagraj), Lucknow, Delhi, Agra, Mathura, Fatehpur Sikri, Jhansi are few of the many famous names.
Central India consists of two states, Madhyapradesh and Chhattisgarh. Central Indian tribal culture of Gondh, Baiga, Muriya, Maria, Bonda and many other indigenous people is one of the many attractions of this region. Dotted with many lakes and waterfalls, these two states are best known for their tiger parks, Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench, Achanakmar and Panna.
West India consists of three large states: Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, the smallest state Goa and some union territories that include the southwestern archipelago Lakshadweep, Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu. Rajasthan and Gujarat are popular for the Thar and Kutch deserts, The centuries-old Forts and Palaces. Goa is world-famous for its beach and Lakshadweep is a luxury island destination.

West India has several happening national parks and wildlife sanctuaries, Ranthambore, Bharatpur, Desert NP, Talchappar, Mount Abu, Bharatpur, Jawai, Great Rann of Kutchh, Little Rann of Kutch, Jamnagar, Marine NP, Gir, Black Buck NP, Tadoba, Nagzira, Navegaon, Koyna, Melghat are a few famous wildlife destinations.
South India consists of five states Karnataka, Kerala, Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and a union territory Puduchheri. A very long coastal line, Eastern Ghats, Western Ghats and Nilgiri Hills, and flood plains of many rivers made this region culturally and biologically diverse and rich. Innumerous state of art temples, extraordinary beaches, backwaters, waterfalls, shola forests and tiger-parks like Bandipur, B R Hills, Nagarhole, Periyar, etc. have been attracting people from all over the world.

Our Team

Saswati Roy

Traveller

Logistics Designer

Moushumi Ghosh

Mountaineer, Advanced Diver

Nature Photographer, Film Maker

Soven Singh

Trekker, Birdwatcher

Adventure Logistics Expert

Siddhartha Goswami

Painter

Wildlife Photographer

Samya Sengupta

Advanced Diver

Underwater Photographer

Major Siddhartha Ganguly

Travel Photographer

Outdoor Living Instructor

Abhishek Das

Mountaineer

Himalayan Adventure Skipper

Kushankur Bhattacharyya

Ecologist

Wildlife Photographer

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