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BIRD WATCHING

Manu National Park Birdwatching

Over 15,000 square kilometres of pristine tropical forests that protect a variety of habitats and an astounding 1,000 plus species of birds puts Manu National Park on this list. Although much of the park is inaccessible, most of the birds can be seen along a road that descends from tundra-like habitats at 4,000 meters to lowland Amazonian rain forest at 150 meters above sea level.

Cape May Birdwatching

Yes, you read that correctly. The southern tip of one of the most densely populated states in the USA also happens to be one of the best birdwatching places on Earth. Cape May earns this distinction by merit of being situated smack in the middle of a major migration flyway. As a result, millions of hawks, shorebirds, seabirds, and songbirds pass through Cape May every autumn.

Kruger National Park Birdwatching

The nearly 20,000 square kilometres of this game reserve provide savannah and grassland habitats for over 500 species of birds. Many of them are easy to see and include spectacular species such as glossy starlings, Southern Ground-Hornbill, and Martial Eagle. While watching hundreds of species of birds, visitors will also get their fill of African Elephants, White (Square-lipped) Rhinos, Lions, and dozens of other mammal species.

Pichincha Birdwatching

Ecuador, as a whole, has become one of the top destinations for world birders. The western part of Pichincha Province is especially popular for birdwatching, and with good reason. Easily accessible reserves and birder friendly lodging provide access to lush cloud forests with dozens of glittering tanagers and exquisite hummingbirds.

FISHING & ANGLING

Angling Tour to Corbett National Park

Fishing and angling is regarded as one of the most prefer activity among the adventure seekers who love fishing and angling in order to get some of the best clicks. If you want to experience a lifetime fishing and angling adventure, then no place can be better than India’s Corbett National Park. The park comprises of three permitted fishing and angling areas within it - Pancheshwar, Binsar and Ramgarh. It allows travellers to enjoy fishing and angling in Ramganga River.

Himalayan Mahseer Fishing Tour

Indian Himalayan Rivers offer habitat to some big Mahseer, thus, attracting anglers from around the world. Angling in some of the great Indian Himalayan regions will allow passionate anglers to explore some remote areas that are accessed through boats. Further, they can enjoy catching endless number of fishes as per their potential while learning about their different types.

Fishing & Angling Tour To Sangla Valley

Sangla Valley or the Baspa Valley starts at Sangla and ends at Chitkul. The valley is surrounded by forested slopes and offers views of the high mountains. Its location in the greater Himalayan range gives it a milder climate than the plains, The Baspa River flows in the Sangla Valley which is the paradise for Anglers from all over the world.

Trout Fishing in Kullu And Garhwal Valley

Breakfast at leisure. After breakfast drive to fishing boats on Sainj and Lirhan rivers. This day we will have 02 season of fishing before & after lunch. Break time for hot lunch. Later Drive to Sainj. Overnight stay at the rest house.

FLOWER & BUTTERFLY

Salimarbag Garden

Shalimar Garden or Shalimar Bagh in Srinagar is the largest Mughal garden in Kashmir valley built by Mughal Emperor Jahangir in the year 1619 AD for his wife Empress Nur Jahan. The term Shalimar comes from Sanskrit language which means “Adobe of Love”. This famous garden in sited on the right banks of Dal Lake and the garden is also popularly called as Shalamar garden or Bagh, Faiz Baksh and Farah Baksh. This garden is the outstanding example of Mughals in the field of horticultural. The garden is currently owned and managed by Jammu and Kashmir tourism department.

Hanging-Garden

The Hanging Gardens, in Mumbai, also known as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens, are terraced gardens perched at the top of Malabar Hill, on its western side, just opposite the Kamala Nehru Park. They provide sunset views over the Arabian Sea and feature numerous hedges carved into the shapes of animals. The park was laid out in 1881 by Ulhas Ghapokar over Bombay's main reservoir, some say to cover the water from the potentially contaminating activity of the nearby Towers of Silence. When seen from the air, the walkway inside the park (Hanging Gardens Path), spell out the letters PMG(Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens) in cursive.

Mughal Gardens Delhi

About Mughal Gardens Delhi : Opening time for Mughal Garden in 2016 is Feb to march-2016(date not conform). The Mughal Gardens are a group of beautiful gardens built by the Mughals in Islamic style of architectures which is located in the Rashtrapati Bhavan premises and is the official residence of the Indian President. Mughal gardens are top attractions in Delhi. In Mughal Gardens Udyanotsav is a month long festival celebrated every year, in 2016 it is celebrated from February to March and open for public.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Ladakh Photography Tour

The modest of flamboyancy nestled between the two mighty mountain ranges is rightly called Ladakh. The land of jagged mountains, quaint monasteries, serene lakes and golden sand dunes assemble to an impeccable heritage. An effervescent destination that marks a magnificent culture, history, architecture and landscape offer an opportunity for photography tours all year round. Capturing the vivid landscape and vivacious culture of Ladakh is reckoned to be a dream for any travel enthusiast.

Orissa Tribal Village Photography Tour

The old culture and tradition of Orissa is even today endorsed by its ancient people who opted to live in their traditional homes in remote villages. Even in today’s modern world, they like to live in the villages and remote areas, which are covered with hilly interiors and deep forests. The beauty of their ancient ways of living and preventing their old traditions inherited by their ancestors is something that fascinates photography lovers from around the world.

Birding & Wildlife Photography Tour To Uttarakhand

There are many reasons to visit the subordinate Indian Himalayas, but this Tour is for those who want to take pleasure in the lap of nature, take great photographs and simply enjoy themselves. This Tour is for those who want to keep relationship with the birds, nature & wildlife of the “Dev Bhoomi” Uttarakhand.

Wildlife Photography Tour to West India

Wildlife Photography Tour to West India Home Special Interest Tour Photography Tour To Wild West India Wildlife Photography Tour to West India The Greater Rann of Kutch and Little Rann of Kutch are the two wildest regions of the Western India. These two wild regions are assessable throughout the year for wildlife lovers and wildlife photographers. One can spot a wide variety of birds and wild animals in their natural habitat and capture their wild moves in their cameras as a lifetime memories.

TEA TESTING

Tea Tasting Tour Assam

India’s tea plantations, especially in Assam have gained immense popularity worldwide. Every year, lots of tourists from around the world, travel to Guwahati for learning in depth about tea plantation and tasting different tea. If tasting various kinds of tea is what you like the most, then travelling to famous tea plantation regions of India i.e. Assam is what you need.

Tea Tasting Tour to Dibrugarh and Jorhat

The world of tea plantation has remained same since ages in Assam, the tea state of India. If you have an urge to see lots of tea garden as well as the tea making process, then Assam is the best option available for you. Travel to this beautiful state of North East India, which is home to some of the world famous tea estate is worth, if you are an avid tea drinker.

Tea Tasting Tour to Darjeeling

Upon arrival at NJP station or Bagdogra airport meet with our representative and leave for Darjeeling enjoying the hill drive crossing numerous hill garden. Upon reaching Darjeeling transfer to the hotel. Evening free to acclimatize the weather in Darjeeling. Overnight stay at hotel.

Tea Tasting Tour to Dooars

After breakfast, we will visit the Damdim tea estate. Previously, it was known as the Barrons Tea Estate. Damdim tea estate deriving its name from ‘Dema Dema’ was come from the Bhutanese and Tibetan languages. The tea estate is located within the foothills of eastern Himalaya and the region name is thought to derive from the word “dwar” meaning “gateway” as the area was densely forested being part of the flood plains of the mountain rivers and allowed 18 different entry points into Bhutan.

TRIBAL TOURS

North-East India Tribal Tour

India’s Northeast region is an untouched territory, which is yet not explored completely. Decorated with majestic mountains, lush green vegetation and wild rivers, the region comprise of a large number of tribal groups and tribes. However, each tribal group follows its own distinct culture and speak different languages.

Gujarat Tribal Tour

With the knock of modernization in India, finding the old culture, traditions s well as the ancient people is not an easy job. However, there are still some states in India where one can refresh himself and have a glimpse of the old Indian people and their simple lifestyle. One such Indian state is Gujarat. Apart from unspoiled beaches, medieval edifices and rich Indian culture and tradition, the state is well acknowledged worldwide for its tribal life.

Tribal & Wildlife Tour of Central India

The tribal groups of India have always been a major attraction among the travel freaks, professional photographers and cultural aspirers. It allow them to go back to the old era and find out the old culture, traditions and lifestyle of the people in India who belongs to that ancient time. If the rural culture of India fascinates you like anything, then plan a tour to the Central India.

Mizoram Tribal Tour

Mizoram is one of lesser explored and beautiful states of India that attract leisure travellers from around the world who are in search of some unspoiled tourist destinations in India. If spending days in rural tribal villages, learning about the old culture and tradition of India and peeping into the simple lifestyle of the ancient people is on your mind, then Mizoram is a perfect destination for you.

VILLAGE TOURS

Village Tour to Varanasi

Visiting Indian towns and cities is fine, but have you ever thought of visiting Indian villages where you can get a chance to explore a completely different culture and tradition? If no, then think about it before you actually miss an ultimate experience you have never thought of before. Take a tour to villages in and around Varanasi, which will give you a chance to closely watch the lifestyle of the villagers and see how even today they have prevented their old culture and tradition for coming generations.

Maharashtra Villages Tour

India’s off road villages are perfect holiday destination for all those who get fascinated with the ancient culture and traditions of the people of the country. If you wish to experience a world far away from the famous tourist trails, then no place can be better than villages of Maharashtra.

Rustic Rajasthan Villages Tour

Does the glimpse of charm of ancient India amaze you even today when you are totally engage in your city life? If yes, then why not think of taking a break from your stressful city life for a few days and have a rejuvenating experience in the rural villages of the Rustic Rajasthan. Tucked away, the captivating villages in and around Rajasthan will offer many lifetime memories that you would love capturing in your camera. Note that these little rural delights are the gift of glorify ancient era.

WINE TESTING

Wine Tour to India

If wine tasting is one of your special interest, then undertaking a wine tour to India is what you need. The tour will allow you to get an initial feel of Indian vineyards. Planning a wine tour to India is one of the best ways of relaxing, tasting different wines and learning about it.

Wine & Bollywood Tour to India

If tasting chilled wines and exploring about its history is on your mind, then India is the right destination for you. Dotted with many interesting tourists destinations, vineyards and wineries, undertaking a wine tour to the country is worthy as you can get visit some of the world famous vineyards, sip some of the finest wines and explore the beauty of the place.

Wine Tour with Goa Beaches

Morning at leisure after breakfast full day city tour of Mumbai. Starts early in the morning as you get transferred to the Gateway of India. Proceed by local launches to visit the Elephanta Caves. Located on an island about 10 Kms away from the shores of Mumbai.