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The East Himalaya World Heritage Trip
The East Himalaya World Heritage Tour is a journey through the hidden treasures of East & North-East India. This trip will take you through several natural reserves including the world-renowned Sundarbans & Manas Tiger Reserves, while simultaneously introducing you to the fiercely protected cultural heritage of the indigenous tribes that inhabit these lands.
The National Parks of Assam
This customised trip covers three of the most rewarding national parks of Assam – Nameri, Manas & Kaziranga. The trip is tailor-made for nature enthusiasts and provides plenty of opportunity for acclimatisation. It allows travellers the much-required time to settle in and bask in the natural bounties for one of India’s north-easternmost & remotest states.
Tribal Assam & Arunachal Pradesh
Discover the mysteries of tribal Assam & remote Arunachal Pradesh through this customised itinerary to the north-east frontier of India. The trip crafts a trail across remote villages in the hills & mountains. Most of these are inhabited by indigenous tribes of a wide variety.
Tribal, Festive North East India
This trip introduces you to the tribes and festivities of North East India. Indulge in their hospitality and discover their protected culture by living amongst them.
The Humans of Mumbai – People of Bombay
Mumbai is a melting pot of diverse people and culture ranging from the native Kolis to the Parsis, Jews, Christians, Muslims, amongst other faiths; all of whom coexist in great harmony in this great city. Discover this rich cultural diversity of Mumbai’s populace, through the Humans of Mumbai trip.
Dadar Market & Food Walk at Ranade Road
A trip to India would be incomplete without checking out the local food of Mumbai! Ranade Road and Dadar market is the perfect place to start your gourmet experiment…on an empty stomach please!This area is popular for its Maharashtrian cuisine of mouth-watering masalas, pickles, snacks & delicacies.
Day Trip to Elephanta Caves
Discover the many legends of Lord Shiva through evocative stone sculptures on the Elephanta Island through this day excursion to Elephanta Caves – a World Heritage Site. The island is a short ferry ride off the coast of mainland Mumbai.
The Mumbai Fort Heritage Walk
Go back in times, marvelling through the Fort heritage district and be introduced to Mumbai’s British architecture. Fort George which gives the district its name, was demolished in the 1860s. Today the district is the financial center of India. Most of the buildings still exist and are generally in great shape. Discover the fascinating stories behind each of them on this heritage walk.
The Worli Fishing Village Walk
Ever wondered the meaning of the name Mumbai or from where it originated? Discover on the walk through the Worli fishing village and experience the old ways of life of the Kolis – the fisherfolk community of Mumbai.
Lalbaug Spice Market & Bhau Daji Laud Museum
The Lalbaug area is the heart of the textile mill industry of colonial Mumbai. This walk provides a cultural introduction to the area and its people. We will explore the religious, economic, political and social fabric of this multi-cultural area which is home to Marathi-speaking Hindus as well as small communities of Parsis and Muslims.
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