Dadra & Nagar Haveli
Visiting Dadra & Nagar Haveli is like a dream come true. The tall swaying trees blowing gently along the blue waters of winding rivers, gently undulating hills with greenery all around, the simple colorful inhabitants all leaves everyone enchanted. Visit Dadra & Nagar Haveli any time of the year, and you are sure to love the scenic beauty of the place. Dadra and Nagar Haveli (DNH) are in the middle of the undulating watershed of the Daman Ganga River, which (after the reservoir) flows through Nagar Haveli and later forms the short southern border of Dadra.The Western Ghats range rises to the east, and the foothills of the range occupy the eastern portion of the district.
Duration - 7 Nights / 8 Days Destinations - Khanvel - Dudhni - Hirwa - Vandhara Udyan
Day 01: The Tribal Cultural Museum:
On arrival transfer to hotel. In the afternoon enjoy the Museum, Developed with the sole objective of preserving the rapidly vanishing tribal culture, this depicts the socio /cultural heritage of simple tribal folks of the UT. It houses a good collection of masks, musical apparatus, fishing gadgets, hunting tools, agricultural implements, household and kitchen articles and life-size statues of local tribes. Overnight to be spent at hotel.
Day 02: Khanvel:
After breakfast drive to Khanvel. It is situated at a distance of 20 km from Silvassa. The drive to Khanvel is lined with tall trees on both sides of the road. This serene landscape, surrounded by lush green hills, beckons nature lovers with its Rolling Meadows and native-styled cottages amidst terraced gardens. The calm and gentle Sakartod River flows past Khanvel. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 03: The Vanganga Lake and Island Garden:
Enjoy the rustic wooden bridges, the flowers, jogging paths, thatched huts, and paddleboats-all constitute an ideal vibes for the honeymooners. A beautiful lake Garden Vanganga is located at the entrance of the U.T. of Dadra & Nagar Haveli. The garden created with Central Island is connected with bridges in Japanese style. The major attraction are its water spread framed with tree line, boats, fountains, restaurants and jogging track. The garden is very popular with filmmakers and more than 40 Hindi film hit songs have been pasteurized here. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 04: Dudhni:
After breakfast drive to Dudhni. It is the large waterfront of river Damanganga provides breathtaking view of the water spread over Madhuban Dam. The luxurious tents pitched right near the bank provide a countryside experience.
Day 05: Hirwa Van garden:
Enjoy the beautiful garden with roaring waterfalls, misty cascades, rustic stonewalls, and twin arches, tiny kiosks and springy lawns interspersed with islands of flowers-truly a visitor’s glee. It is a beautiful garden with rustic stone walls, misty cascades, twin arches, springy lawns interspersed with colorful flowers, roaring water falls and tiny kiosks. It offers machan style cottages amidst verdant lawns and a forest of flowers. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 06: Vandhara Udyan:
It is a riverside park with sprawling lawns dotted with exquisite pavilions, an ideal site for picnic buffs.
Day 07: Mini Zoo and Bal Udyan (at Silvassa) :
After breakfast, you leave for an excursion to Mini Zoo and Bal Udyan. The colorful birds, \mischievous monkeys, awesome pythons and sleepy crocodiles coupled with swings, slides and merry-go-rounds render this site every kid's dream come true.
Day 08: Road to Dudhni:
40 km south from Silvassa to Dudhni via Khanvel is a refreshing journey. There is music in the air as one traverse the road lined with tall trees, the small huts adorned with tribal paintings and stone images of the various local deities peeping through the groves of trees. On time departure transfer to airport to connect flight for onward destination.
Being the third largest state in India in terms of area, Maharashtra embodies a number of significant towns and cities, the importance of each linked to factors like religion, economy, historicity and so on. The majority population here consists of Hindus and the tradition and culture of Maharashtra reflect that. The state is dotted with numerous temples all over some of which are hundreds of years old. Here's information about important towns and cities in Maharashtra from traveling point of view. Maharashtra is the 4th most visited state by domestic tourists in country in 2010. Aurangabad is the tourism capital of Maharashtra.
Duration - 11 Nights / 12 Days
Destinations - Mumbai - Nashik - Aurangabad - Pune - Mahabaleshwar - Chiplun - Ratnagiri
Day 01 - Arrival at Mumbai
On arrival at the Mumbai airport / railway station. check in at the hotel and spend the second half of the day relaxing in your room. You spend the night in your hotel room in Mumbai city.
Day 02 - Mumbai Sightseeing
After a hearty brunch, you spend the entire day exploring the vibrant city of Mumbai today.
There are so many significant tourist hotspots you can visit like the 1920-constructed Marine
Dive area lining the shores of the Arabian Sea from Nariman Point to the foot of Malabar hills,
the Chowpatty Beach, Hanging Gardens, Gateway of India, Prince Charles Museum and so on.
You return to your hotel in the evening, have dinner and spend the night there.
Day 03 - Mumbai - Nashik (185 kms / 5 hrs)
In the morning, you will drive down to Nasik which's among the principal producers of grapes and onions in India. You check in at the hotel upon arriving at the city of Nasik. In the second half of the day, you tour the Panchvati area where river Godavari flows. As per Hindu mythology, Lord Rama along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshman spent some time here. This place is thus dotted with a number of temples. You get back to your hotel for night stay at Nasik.
Day 04 - Nashik - Aurangabad (218 kms / 05 hrs)
You leave for a morning excursion to nearby Triambakeshwar temple, which is counted among the 12 Jyotirlingas (Shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva) in India. The remarkable feature of the Jyotirlinga located here is that it has three faces embodying Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. Later on, you drive down to Aurangabad and check in at a hotel. Night Stay is at Aurangabad hotel.
Day 05 - Aurangabad
After breakfast, you spend the entire day seeing the world famous Ajanta and Ellora caves located on the outskirts. Known as Khadke originally, the region was founded in the year 1610 by Malik Ambar. It was rechristened as Aurangabad after the name of Mughal emperor Aurangazeb. After sightseeing, you get back to your hotel in Aurangabad where spend the night.
Day 06 - Aurangabad - Pune (214 kms/ 05 hrs)
You utilize the first half of the day sightseeing in the city of Aurangabad. Among the popular tourist spots you hit are Aurangzeb Tomb, Windmill and so on. You return to the hotel on time and then depart for Pune thereafter. Upon reaching your destination, you check in at the hotel. Night stay is at Pune hotel.
Day 07 - Pune Sightseeing
In 937 AD, Pune was called Punya Vishaya and was then an agricultural region. By 13th under the rule of the Sultan, it began to be called Kasbe Pune and thereafter, Poona by the British. It is since last few years that it began being called Pune. There are many places of tourist interest here like Agha Khan Palace, Osho commune centre, Pataleshwar Cave Temple, Raja Kelkar Museum, Film And Television institute, etc. You spend the whole day sightseeing in Pune. Night stay is at the hotel.
Day 08 - Pune - Mahabaleshwar (120 kms / 03 hrs)
After breakfast, you will be driven down to the lovely hill station of Mahabaleshwar. You check in at the hotel upon arrival. You spend the rest of the day relaxing and unwinding in your hotel room. You can opt to go for a refreshing stroll in the evening. Night stay is at the hotel here.
Day 09 - Mahabaleshwar Sightseeing
Mahabaleshwar hill resort proffers an ideal getaway to tourists from the mundane city humdrums. This place is not only an important holy site in India, but also serves an ideal destination for honeymooning to newlyweds. So during Mahabaleshwar sightseeing, you can visit the Tapola Lake, Pratapgarh Fort, the picturesque Elphinstone Point and other places here. Night stay will be at the hotel.
Day 10 - Mahabalehwar - Chiplun (95 kms / 02 hrs)
After breakfast today, you drive down to the lovely Chiplun town. The glorious view of river Vaishishti peacefully meandering through Chiplun is quite a sight. Once here, you can check in at the hotel and later proceed to explore the Guhagar beach (50 kms), Parshuram temple or other such tourist places. Overnight stay is at Chiplun hotel.
Day 11 - Chiplun - Ratnagiri
After breakfast, you leave for an excursion to Ratnagiri. Check in at the hotel, rest a while and hit the beaches here. The Ratnagiri beaches are not only scenic, but also unexploited. Take for instance the lovely Ratnagiri beach where you will find the mountain jutting into the sea and the color of sand on both sides completely different. After spending a leisurely time along the Ratnagiri beach, you return to the hotel for dinner and night stay.
Day 12 - Ratnagiri - Mumbai
After a leisurely brunch, you go exploring Ratnagiri a little more. You can see the Sindhudurg Island Fort that was built by Shivaji in 1664 AD. Then there's Ganapatipule, an ancient pilgrim centre located about 25-km from Ratnagiri. It houses a naturally formed idol of Ganapati. In the second half, you will be driven back to Mumbai, where your tour concludes.
Gujarat is one of the major tourist destinations of India. Located in the western part of India, Gujarat is a home to number of temples, monuments, palaces and other historical sites. Housing 4 national parks and 21 sanctuaries, Gujarat is indeed a paradise for wildlife lovers. Any tourists delight, tour to Gujarat is a must on your visit to this beautiful country. Available in attractive prices, Gujarat Tour Packages are beautifully designed making your tour not only luxurious but also an interesting one.These tour packages offer to take you on a Gujarat tour that will make you see all important palaces, temples and monuments of Gujarat.
Duration - 10 Nights / 11 Days Destinations - Ahmedabad - Bhavnagar - Diu - Rajkot - Bhuj - Jamnagar - Dwarka
01 : Arrival Ahmedabad Arrival at Ahmedabad, transfer to your hotel On arrival check in at Hotel. Day at Leisure. Overnight at hotel.
Day 02 : Full day to Ahmedabad visit
After breakfast, Morning visit to the Heritage Walk Visit, Siddhi Sayad Masjid, Swaminarayan Temple. Afternoon visit Gandhinagar – Akshardam Temples (30 Kms one-way) on the way back visit Adalaj Stepwell and return to Hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Day 03 : Ahmedabad to Bhavnagar (250 kms / 6 Hours)
After breakfast at 7.30 AM drive Bhavnagar onway. Visit to the Lothal. Afternoon arrival at Bhavnagar. Evening visit to the Bhavnagar including the market. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 04 : Bhavnagar to Diu (60 Kms + 200 Kms)
After Early/Pack breakfast at 6.00 AM drive to Diu onway. Visit of Palitana – Shatrunjaya Temple (doli-lift chairs are available at extra cost). After Lunch drive to Diu (200 Kms). Evening arrival Diu, enjoy the beach activity Overnight at Hotel.
Day 05 : Diu
Fullday enjoy the beach activity and day visit of Diu. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 06 : Diu – Gir – Rajkot ( 120 Kms + 160 Kms)
After breakfast at 5.30 AM drive to Sasangir. Upon arrival at 7.30 game view (Jeep safar/optional-Payable Directly) into the Sasangir Lion Sanctuary. After Lunch drive to Rajkot on way visit of Junagadh. Evening arrival at Rajkot and check in at Hotel.
Day 07 : Rajkot – Bhuj (280 Kms)
After breakfast drive to Bhuj, Evening visit to the Bhuj city and market Overnight at Hotel.
Day 8 : Bhuj – Fullday visit to the Banny villages. Fullday excursion to the Banny villages to see various typical villages to see the traditional art and culture of Gujarat. Evening return to Bhuj hotel for overnight.
Day 9: Bhuj to Jamnagar
After breakfast at 5.30 AM drive to Jamnagar. Afternoon visit to the Jamnagar city including the tie and dye market etc Overnight at Hotel.
Day 10: Jamnagar – Full day excursions to Dwarka.
Day 11: Jamnagar - connect the flight to Mumbai.
On time departure transfer to airport to connect flight for onward destination.
Daman & Diu
A perfect blend of sun, sand and sea, Daman & Diu beaches offer an enormous scope for merriment. These twin beaches are famous for exotic liquors and are known as tourists' haven for a choicest escape from the boring city life. You can find numerous churches and pubs dotting these beaches. Tourists from all across the globe come to these beaches for the search of tranquility and peace. These beaches are indeed a must visit tourist resort with their impressive setting and ideal ambience. For over 450 years, the coastal exclaves of Daman and Diu on the Arabian Sea coast were part of Portuguese India.
Duration - 2 Nights / 3 Days Destinations - Nagoa Beach: - Forte De Mar -Devka & Jampore Beach
Day 01: Nagoa Beach: On arrival at Nagoa. Enjoy the largely deserted and secluded beach, Nagoa is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches in India. Just twenty minutes refreshing drive from Diu will bring you to Nagoa Beach which with a stretch of about 2 Km from one end to another is exceptionally beautiful .The unique shoe-shape of the beach makes it more beautiful. A swim in the water of this unspoilt virgin beach is most refreshing one. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 02: Forte De Mar:
Also known as the fortress of Panikot, it is located near the beach and served as a naval base for controlling the north eastern parts of Arabian Sea. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 03: Devka & Jampore Beach:
After a leisurely brunch, you go exploring Devka & Jampore Beach. Devka is a beautiful and unspoilt beach with a long shore-line situated in the northern part of Daman. There is also a popular amusement park on the beach with multi-coloured fountains. Situated in the southern part of Daman near the Gujarat border, Jampore is the right place for a quiet holiday. The broad and even beach line complemented by the undisturbed solitude and serenity makes Jampore a paradise for the sea-lovers. The shore is most suited for swimming as it is danger free. The department of Tourism has also provided sun-shades, picnic platforms and benches near the beach. In the second half, you will be driven back where your tour concludes.
As Goa is always overflowed with tourists so a wide varieties of hotels/ resorts are available to the tourists.Goa is a land of mixed culture, breathtaking scenic beauties, sea- shores, historical monuments and the rich Goan cuisine encourages tourists to visit this tiny piece of emerald every year. Travel Goa is must to every nature lover. There were more than two million tourists reported to have visited Goa, about 1.2 million of whom were from abroad. As of 2013 Goa was the destination of choice for Indian and foreign tourists, particularly Britons, with limited means who wanted to party.
Duration : 4 Nights / 5 Days
Destinations : Mumbai- Goa- Cochin
Day 01: Mumbai - Goa
Today you will be transferred to airport to catch flight to Goa, On arrival transfer to hotel. Rest of the day free to relax to beach. In the evening enjoy Goan Carnival Theme: Join a traditional carnival, which is a part of Goa's rich Portuguese heritage. Overnight to be spent at hotel.
Day 02: Goa
Today you will explore the North Goa & South Goa. In the evening we have for you Fishing village: Fishing villages are part of Goa's rich cultural heritage. Overnight at hotel.
Day 03: Goa
Goan Carnival This day you are free to relax on Beach. In the evening, enjoy Sea food Bar-be-cue on the beach - Dine under a starlit sky on succulent lobsters, jumbo prawns and other local seafood delicacies which form part of a delightful bar-be-cue set up on a lovely stretch of the Goan beach.
Day 04 : Goa - Cochin
Today morning transfers to airport catch your flight to Cochin. On arrival at Cochin - the "Queen of the Arabian Sea", you will be met by our representative and transferred to the hotel. In the afternoon enjoy city tour covering Jewish Synagogue, St. Francis church, Dutch Palace, Chinese Fishing Nets. In the evening enjoy Moonlight Boat cruise on the backwaters of Kerala. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Day 05 : Cochin - Mumbai
Transfer to airport to connect flight to Mumbai. In the evening come with us for Mumbai Sidewalk Yatra, Go gallivanting into the mean streets of Mumbai. Try out every single offering the sidewalk promises. Gorge on the Bhel, Vada Pav, Lucknowi kababas, North India chaats, the "anna's amalgamation of all Indian cultures, Swere with the crowds, buy bargains & boogie on the sidewalk. Try out the magazine stall, curio shops, and the "phoren" goods store while taking a swig of our barman's delightful concoctions. All this with out a speck of dirt on your dishes. After that have your dinner and be transferred to airport to connect international flight.