A passage to India
India – just to contemplate India means conjuring up the culture, the colours, the sights, sounds and smells. Conical heaps of vibrant spice, smiling people, holy temples, where maharajas and mayhem collide in a magical mixture of culture and history.
Package or passage
If you’re thinking of a trip to India this coming year – make it more than just about Goa and the beaches. Really, that could be anywhere with a cheap airfare and budget accommodation – it’s okay, but it’s just sunshine on the cheap. Instead of a package to Goa, book a passage to India. The real India. Take the Highlights of Northern India experience.
An authentic taste of India
Swap your Tikka Masala for the magic of the Taj Mahal at sunrise. Watch the white marble mausoleum glow pink as the unrelenting sun rises in the east – and reflect on an eco trip of a lifetime. Staying in the pink, start your holiday in Jaipur- the Pink City. Haggle in the bazaars, and see the sights – rest up in the peaceful, serene gardens.
Highlights of the trip
Besides the lively trip to see the sights of Jaipur, there are plenty of other highlights to the Northern India eco-trip, they include:
- Ranthambore National Park: The absolute best place to see the elusive tiger in their natural habitat, a visit to this former Maharaja’s hunting ground will entrance and surprise you. Also glimpse monkeys, crocodiles, deer, and colourful birds.
- A visit to Varanasi: Imagine an early morning boat ride along the Ganges. Mingle with the pilgrims there, and observe riverside rituals performed on the Ghats of the Ganges. Explore the narrow lanes and streets of the sacred city of Varanasi, an experience not to be missed.
- Old and New Delhi: See all the famous sights of Old and New Delhi as a conclusion to your fantastic trip.
A Gold rated trip
This experience (Highlights of Northern India) delivers a high level of sustainability, and achieves a Gold Rating. It contributes towards building a tourism industry that brings pleasure to travellers whilst also constructing a future for the local people and places that the industry depends on.
If you wish to know more about this trip, or any of our other eco experiences, then please contact us today and we’ll be more than happy to chat with you.