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  • Kochi

    Kochi's interesting potpourri of experiences makes it one of the most sort-after destinations in India. Brimming with spice markets, ancient mosques and churches, pristine beaches and crumbling ruins of the British Raj; your adventure here will be nothing short of captivating. And culture lovers shouldn't miss the spectacular Kathakali and Kalarippayattu performances.

  • Kumarakom

    Made up of little islands on the Vembanad lake, the laid-back village of Kumarakom is a captivating backwater destination. A kaleidoscope of bird species at the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, along with lush flowery landscapes further makes it ideal for a relaxed getaway. A visual treat awaits you during the canoe rides, and as you tour its beautiful paddy fields.

  • Allepppey

    Alleppey is home to a vast network of waterways that can accommodate over a thousand water boats. Overshadowed by the tranquil backwaters and a chaotic city centre, the graceful city full of ancient temples and churches, paddy fields and mesmerising views lies ready to be explored.

  • Vypin Island

    Created by the massive flood of the year 1341, Vypin Island sprawls over an area of 27 kms. Admire the blend of traditional Portuguese, Dutch and Kerala architectures as you cycle through its lanes and streets that retain a village-like character even today. Later, indulge in a de-stressing session at one of Kerala's famous Ayurvedic spas.

  • Jaipur

    Wrapped in layers of bustling streets, busy with flamboyant locals, lounging camels and cycle-rickshaws, the Pink City of Jaipur, ripples with energy. The enchanting Amber Fort, City Palace, and the Hawa Mahal remind you of an ancient, royal past, the local streets filled with markets, give it a cool, rugged edge.

  • Agra

    While the Taj Mahal deserves every bit of the attention it gets, there's more to Agra than this architectural marvel. The forts and the liberal sprinkling of fascinating tombs and mausoleums the Mughals left in their wake, are equally fascinating. As are Agra's bustling chowks (markets) famous for street food, leather goods, carpets and jewellery.

  • Delhi

    India's capital never fails to attract tourists to its trademark lanes, filled with sizzling street food, mega malls, fancy cars and historic corners. Delhi paints the picture of a modern city, with relics of lost empires. Visit places like Hauz Khas Village to explore its vibrant side or head to Lal Quila to get a glimpse of its ancient history. For shopaholics, nothing can beat Chandni Chowk.

  • Sawarda

    The timeless and beautiful village of Sawarda remains untouched by modern technology. Located about 60 kms from Jaipur, it is home to charming temples dedicated to different religions. Take a step back in time as you discover small step wells, traditional huts and the sight of peaceful local villagers...

  • Varanasi

    Echoes of ‘har-har Mahadev' will follow you throughout Varanasi, while dimly lit ghats that overlook the serene Ganga river, hordes of devotees offering prayers and paying obeisance welcome you to a city as old as history, where timeless rituals still rule.

  • For North India

    1. Experience a nightly ritual at the Golden Temple: Surrounded by the sacred waters of the Amrit Sarovar tank, which gave the city its name, lies the most sacred shrine of the Sikh religion—the Golden temple. Witness the fascinating nightly ritual where religious leaders blow long horns and beat drums to a continuous chant from the religious book, the Guru Granth Sahib. The book is transported every night from the temple to the neighbouring Akal Takht in a gold palkhi.

    2. Disconnect in Sawarda: As you drive towards Sawarda, the magic of this rural village slowly sinks in. Away from the clutches of a tech-savvy world, lies a peaceful community with traditions as beautiful as the people who live here. Become a part of their life as you stay in a heritage home, and join a family aarti (Hindu prayer session). As you walk around Sawarda village, you'll also discover traditional huts, charming stepwells, and beautiful temples dedicated to different religions. This ‘disconnect' will certainly be worth your time.

    3. Explore the streets of Delhi: Discover secret nooks and corners, and the lesser known attractions of Delhi with a local who knows it all. Walk through the historic parts of this bustling city; visit Jama Masjid and the ancient Sikh temple of Gurudwara Sis Ganj. Don't forget to indulge in a shopping fiesta at the vibrant Chandni Chowk.

  • For Kerala

    1. Experience the backwaters of Kerala:

    Kerala backwaters are beautiful, period. But what makes it such a sort-after experience? As you lay back and relax in a comfortable houseboat, you'll soon find all the answers. This excursion does not just charm you with stunning scenery dotted with coconut trees. It lets you discover how a fisherman's net can be an attraction in its own right. There's something amazing even in that extra helping of delicious South Indian cuisine you'll reach for as you relax amidst paradise. Kerala backwaters promise sensory delight, every minute you spend here...

    2. Family homestay in Kerala: The most authentic way to experience a destination is to live like a local! And what better way to do that, than a family home stay? Experience Kerala's culture and traditions first hand, and gain insight into everyday life as you cook, eat and live with a local family.

    3. Watch a Kathakali dance: Stunning costumes, vivid face makeup, and explosive dance movements—Kathakali dancers re-enact stories from the Hindu epics, Mahabharata and Ramayana. Considered to be the oldest dance form in India, Kathakali is a combination of drama, music and rituals. You definitely don't want to miss this!

  • For Varanasi

    1. Explore Varanasi on a cycle, boat and a rickshaw: Mystical, holy, historic, spiritual…just a few of the words that describe Varanasi. Cycle through narrow winding lanes and discover thousands of temples and shrines; hire a rickshaw and visit the local markets for exquisite silk and brassware, or take a short boat ride Sarnath to see Varanasi from afar.

    2. Ganges Boat Tour: A tour of the Ganges can open up a world of experiences. Catch glimpses of pure devotion as Hindu pilgrims from all over the world enter the river, and wash away their sins. Learn about temples that are centuries old, participate in ceremonies or ride along for the spectacular sunsets and sunrises…

    3. Get spiritual in Sarnath: Did you know Sarnath is where the Buddha gave his first sermon, post enlightenment? After witnessing great splendour under the reign of Ashoka and the Chinese travellers, Sarnath disappeared in the 12th century, only to resurface in 1835. Today, it is one of the four key sites on the Buddhist circuit, and home to spectacular monasteries and ruins…

  • National Geographic Journeys

    Our National Geographic Journeys are deeper explorations into the cultures and habitats of the planet's destinations. These unique tours combine more inclusions, hands-on exploration, interaction with experts such as marine biologists and historians, and time to explore on your own. All of it within the safety and fabric of a G Adventures small group tour.

  • Comfort Tours

    Adventures with extra frills

    Are you looking for genuine experiences and spontaneous situations, without roughing it out? Our Comfort tours are just what you need. Upgraded accommodations and more inclusions with plenty of freedom to pursue spontaneous situations on your own. Perfect for families with young ones, couples on an adventurous honeymoon, older travellers and just about everyone else too!

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