Destination Covers: New Delhi - Shimla - Mandi - Dharamsala - Dalhousie - Amritsar - New Delhi
The Himalayas form the backdrop to the scenic north of India. This is a wonderful journey into the foothills, where you can trek to remote monasteries and temples and explore Shimla, the former summer capital of the British Raj. Follow the footsteps of Dalai Lama, Visit Khajjiar Mini Switzerland of India and Golden Temple the most significant place of worship of the Sikhs. This journey is fairly active and takes you off the beaten track into some incredible scenic areas.
Destination Covers: New Delhi - Gorakhpur - Lumbini - Vaishali - Patna - Rajgir - Nalanda - Bodhgaya - Varanasi - New Delhi
A voyage that would take one through Buddhist India, where Buddhism originated more than 2,500 years ago. The sacred journey includes visits to the most important Buddhist pilgrimage sites of Lumbini (where the Buddha was born), Bodhgaya (where he became enlightened), Varanasi (where he first preached), and Kusinagar (where he passed away and achieved nirvana).
Destination Covers: Paro - Thimphu - Trongsa - Bumthang - Punakha - Paro
is mountains, monasteries and magic
is a treasure house of Buddhist art
Note: The Paro Tshechu usually takes place in early April. This is the best chance to meet the King of Bhutan as he often makes his way to the festivities between the 3rd and last day.
The ever-popular 5-day Paro Tshechu also means that Paro will be teeming with travellers. Hotels & services may be overwhelmed as the better hotels and guides would have been pre-booked.