- Rickshaw ride in the narrow lanes of Old Delhi
- Visit UNESCO World Heritage sites including the iconic Taj Mahal
- Visit Royal Grand Palaces, Forts and Havelis of Rajasthan
- Experience of staying at the Village retreat away of the hustle and bustle of city life
- Sunrise and sunset boat ride on the River Ganges
Like any small town in India, the core of old Agra is a warren of lanes, each with a thriving local market. Browse the exquisite zardosi embroidery at Kinari Bazaar and inexpensive leather goods at Sadar Bazaar, to the rich aroma of spices at the Rawatpara spice market and the hustle and bustle of a wholesale vegetable market at Vegetable Market.
What do buildings tell you about a city? Quite a lot, if you only lent an ear to their stories. The British left behind a rich legacy – their language, their bureaucracy, their education system and their buildings. And these monuments are a window into Chennai’s past.
No place can give you a glimpse of Hyderabadi life like the Charminar area can. It is a brilliant mosaic of history, culture, modernity, crafts, business and old world charm -‐ a perfect slice of this city's life. Walk through Laad Bazar and get dazzled by the shiny lac bangles that Hyderabad is known for, take the by-‐lanes and meet the craftsmen who create ‘bling’, one at a time.
In this tour we will be tracing Bangalore’s colonial connections and getting to know how the events that have taken place in our backyard has had far reaching consequences, on shaping Bangalore today.
Saddle up, as we head out on an early morning tour when the city is waking up to life and the streets are still devoid of traffic. Get a peek into the different communities and have some chai with the locals. Take in the city at your own pace as we ride past some lovely colonial structures and get to know the stories behind them.
The Amber fort and its magnificent palace will remain the spotlight. In this tour you will explore the landscape around in the backdrop of the Aravalli range. You will learn the history of the Rajput’s who aspired to fortify their reign and town which consists of temples, museums and historical structure. This walk will take you through that past age and time.
The city of Delhi enjoys a long and chequered history, where several century old monuments mingle with towers of new buildings. To make visitors aware of this rich heritage and culture. These now hugely popular walks are conducted by some extremely knowledgeable local expert.
Polonnaruwa was the 2nd capital city of Sri Lanka, built in the 11th and 12th centuries AD, and a world heritage site.
Explore the World’s heritage site Sigiriya. Climb the 5th century Sigiriya rock, built by King Kashyapa (477-495 AD). The ‘Lion Rock’ is a citadel of unusual beauty rising 200 meters from the scrub jungle. The rock was the innermost stronghold of the 70 hectare fortified town. A moat, rampart, and extensive gardens including the renowned water gardens ring the base of the rock.
This heritage walk gives you a unique glimpse of the traditions of the city handed down through the centuries and still kept alive in various forms especially indigo block printing, unani (traditional) medicine and vark (edible silver foil) making. Walking through the lanes of Lucknow is like time travel, straight to the pages of history.
Along the banks of the sacred river lies the unique city believed was founded by Lord Shiva. A walk around the city gives chance to connect with this place and to understand the intricacies of this city. This walk will take you through the colorful markets, temples and ancient building. You will be able to witness how the city rise together and prepares itself for the day.
This is for those who prefer to experience the Fort with a difference; away from the hustle bustle of tourists. Built in the latter half of the 17th century, the Naya Qila is the extension of the already existing structures of the Golkonda Fort and provided an added resistance to the attacks by Aurangazeb’s army in 1687.
Take a walk through Fontainhas, the old Latin Quarter of Panjim, impeccably maintained, this part of Goa takes you back to its Portuguese past that remain untouched by the developing hands of 21st century.
Jew Town, a narrow street between Mattancherry Palace and the Synagogue, is a favourite haunt of antique hunters. Some of the most pristine and historically relevant artefacts of our times have been unearthed by our visitors here. While a huge bronze vessel catches your eye first, each of the shops here contains beautiful items with quirky and interesting stories.
Madurai is a flourishing market town since at least the 2nd century BC, the centre of power for many dynasties and a seat of divinity from time immemorial.
There is a hidden heritage of every city and this is very true in the case of Hyderabad where modern buildings and structures have super‐imposed themselves on the architectural past of the city. But a walk in some of the bye-‐lanes of the Old City will reveal a slice of the magnificent past that was Hyderabad.
Pondicherry, being a former French Colony, has a number of great monuments and brilliant pieces of architecture spread across the town. This walking tour of the region is a great way to explore the heritage and architectural beauty of the region.
This detour traces the late 18th century tragic love story of James Kirkpatrick, the British Resident and Khair-un‐Nissa, a Muslim noblewoman.
A journey by the toy train will be cherished by all in memory for a long time to come as the astounding natural beauty of the mountain terrain and the snow-covered peaks unfolds before our eyes. The mesmerizing view of snow- covered Himalayan peaks and the world’s third highest peak, Kanchenjunga would surely leave you awestruck.
Mattancherry, the western part of Kochi, was once a bustling centre of trade. Invasions from across the sea were frequent and the invaders left unforgettable marks on the landscape, culture, art and social history of the place. Mattancherry has welcomed every migrant community that came to her shore with warmth and provided them with abundant opportunities to thrive.
Exploring the old temple of Lord Ram and Jain temples. The people live in clusters and have narrow alleys and streets. Some of the houses still have heritage touch on the facades, one can also see harmony in different communities of Hindu’s, Jain’s and Muslim’s. At every corner you can see Tea stalls where people are gathered and doing chit chats. The atmosphere is very lively.
Here we can see women working on spinning and making thread spinning for looms, quite interesting to see and post that you enter in shop filled with stuff like cloth, home stuff, slippers , bags etc.
Baijnath Temples are the bunch of ancient temples sprawling at an altitude of 1126 m that are dedicated to Lord Shiva. This holy site by being placed on the banks of the river Gomti surrounded by exquisite scenery invokes peace in the heart and soul.
The architecture of ancient times is seen at its absolute best at the Chota Imambara. Chhota Imambara or Husseinabad Imambara was constructed under 'Food for Work' programme, commissioned by the third Nawab of Awadh in 1838, Nawab Muhammad Ali Shah.