MANALI- LEH OVERLAND MOTOR BIKE SAFARI The dream journey on a dream road, Manali-Leh Highway to a more surreal destination is what we are offering in our Manali-Leh Overland Motorbike Safari. Getting to drive on a road that has been on the bucketlist of almost all adventurists around the globe is truly an accomplishment and this tour of ours give you just what you need to celebrate your accomplishment. Beginning from the beautiful town of Kullu, we embark on a journey that is going to make eternal memories. Exploring the majestic Naggar Castle, the journey heads out for gorgeous Manali, from where the epic Manali-Leh Highway commences. Crossing through the first high altitude pass, Rohtang, the expedition enters in to the second level of excitement with entrance to the Lahaul and Spiti Valley via Jispa. Beholding beautiful sights of Chandra and Bhaga Rivers and traversing through three mountain passes, namely Baralacha La (4900 M), Naki La (4740 M) and Lachalung La (4850 M), the journey gets to its third gear of thrill with view of Tsokar, an azure beautiful alpine lake. One has the opportunity to drive through the famed Gata Loops with stunning hairpin bends taking the adventure of motobiking to its fourth gear. Escalating you to the fifth gear of excitement will be the breathtaking views of the Karakoram Range; the sand dunes of Hunder surrounded by snow-clad mountains and a large statue of 32m high Maitreyi Buddha and the ancient monastery at Lamayuru. The thrill just doesn't ceases on Manali-Leh Overland Motorbike Safari and that is why it is the kind of adventure you should not miss out on.
Golden Triangle Tour by Train doesn't need any introduction; not only this tour takes tourists to a cultural odyssey but also back to the time when everything was grand, rich and simply luxurious. This tour guides you to the three most magical cities of India - Agra, Delhi and Jaipur, which are full of amazing sites, culture, and food. Altogether, it is a fascinating trip as you will uncover something unique at every turn.
LADAKH LAKES TOUR Blessed with several breathtakingly beautiful lakes, Ladakh is no less than a paradise on the earth. The lakes of this gripping North-most part of India are famous for their serenity and mesmerizing beauty. These lakes offer a fascinating landscape that spellbinds the travellers and make it hard for them to return. The serenity and exquisiteness of Ladakh has made an inspiration for many nature poets. No nature admirer can stop himself from exploring this land of unsurpassed beauty.
HOUSEBOAT HONEYMOON TOUREnchanting yet thought provoking, the backwater of Kerala makes a perfect sight to spend a leisurely honeymoon. The movement when you and your partner sit in the comfort of your cabin of your houseboat that drifts and glides through some barely known villages, that feeling is just so romantic. Apart from Kerala, there's no other state in Kerala that promises such lovey dovey experiences. Exciting isn't it? If you too want to experience this ride of a lifetime over your honeymoon, then this Kerala honeymoon package is just the right choice. Spanning for four days, this tour package will commence from Kumarakom and will cover all the major attractions of Kerala backwater villages, and cities like Alleppey, Nedumudi, and Kavalam. For three-four days, there will just you, your partner, and the beautiful backwater. In short, this tour offers just the right privacy that one looks for after a hectic wedding schedule. For more details about the package, go through the itinerary mentioned below.
Old Hindustan Tibet Road Motor Bike Safari It wouldn't be incorrect if we call an experience of Motor Bike Tour on Old Hindustan Road as class apart. Tracing the route of River Sutlej, starting from Shimla, this road made a part of the legendary Silk Route between India and Tibet. In the words of Paddy & Rosy "The romance of the old Hindustan Tibet road lies not only in the excitement of retracing a legendary route trod by many adventurous feet but also in the fact that it chronicles in its passage a remarkable transition in climate, vegetation, terrain, people and culture.