North India


This tour is design to give you an experience the nature with wildlife and culture in India. The first part of the tour takes you into Uttarakhand where you are going to explore two regions, one is Kumaon and other is Garhwal. In Kumaon you are visiting one of the oldest National park or tiger reserve known as Jim Corbett National park which is holding the largest tiger population. Later we drive to one of the beautiful hill station Kausani which is very famous for its panoramic view of Himalaya. From Kausani we enter into the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. Here we are going to witness the holy shrine of Lord Shiva at Tungnath and emarld lake at Deoriatal. Rishikesh known as the Yoga capital of world and later to Haridwar one of the holiest city of India. After spend the time in Uttarakhand we drive into Uttar Pradesh where we are going to visit the Agra which is world renowned for Taj Mahal. Leaving Uttar Pradesh we enter into Rajashthan the land of warriors where we visit the world famous Bird sanctuary known as Bharatpur Bird sanctuary after this we are going to visit Ranthambore which is best place in India to sight the majestic Bengal tiger. Our last destination is Pink city – Jaipur. This tour is vibrant in terms of nature, culture and heritage will give you an opportunity to peep into a small part of India


  • Corbett National Park
  • Trekking in the Himalayas
  • Rafting
  • Holy Cities- Rishikesh and Haridwar
  • Agra -Taj Mahal, Agra fort
  • Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
  • Ranthambore National Park
  • Pink City - Jaipur


Arrive Delhi in the early hours upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Later in the forenoon sightseeing of Old and New Delhi. Delhi, the capital city of India has always attracted people towards it. It was the desired destination for many of the kings from different parts of the world. The city has a very rich and 5000 years old history. It was made the capital of the nation by the British. Delhi has been ruled by different kinds of the rulers that belong to different regions and thus follow their own tradition. This is the reason that the capital city of India has vast variety of the traditions and the culture with a different faith in every nook and corner of the city. New Delhi has been acting as host of different types of the cultural programmers and this attracts more tourists towards this charming city.
Later in the evening after dinner transfer to the railway station to board the overnight train. Overnight in the train. (Air-conditioned sleeper class)
Overnight train to Corbett National park.
Meals: B

Arrive early in the morning. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Morning and Afternoon safari by open Jeeps.
Spread over 520 square kilometers sheltering a healthy population of tigers and rare species like Otters and the endemic fish eating crocodile, the national park is one of the most sought after destinations for the wildlife lovers. The Corbett National Park is very rich in wildlife, the major animals found in Corbett Park like Tiger, leopard, elephant, spotted deer, sambar, nilgai, hog deer, barking deer, sloth bear, wild boar, ghural, langur and rhesus monkey. There are more than 600 species and subspecies of birds are found, the major birds are Peacock, pheasant, pigeon, owl, hornbill, barbet, lark, myna, magpie, minivet, patridge, thrush, tit, nuthatch, wagtail, sunbird, bunting, oriole, kingfisher, drongo, dove, woodpecker, duck, teal, eagle, stork, cormorant, falcon, bulbul, flycatcher,redstartandgull. The most found reptiles are Indian marsh crocodile or mugger, gharial, king cobra, common krait, cobra, Russels viper, python and monitor lizard. The fishes found here are golden mahsheer fish and Goonch Catfish.
Overnight at the Hotel.
Meals: B, L, D

After breakfast we drive 06 hours to reach Kausani with lunch break.
Kausani is a beautiful hill station situated at an altitude of 1900 meters. There are very few places in the Himalayas that can compare with the beauty of Kausani - a picturesque hill station famous for its scenic splendor and its spectacular 300 km-wide panoramic view of Himalayan peaks like Trisul, Nanda Devi and Panchchuli. Mahatma Gandhi called this place the 'Switzerland of India', due to similarity in landscape.
Overnight at the Hotel.
Meals: B, L, D

Today drive is not much but is very interesting therefore we will going to make many stops. First stop we shall make to visit a heritage temple site of Baijnath which is the cluster of 18 Hindu temples on the bank of Gomti river. These temples have gained fame for potentially being among the rarest in the world, showcasing the depiction of Parvati alongside her husband Shiva. Later we shall make a stop at the tea garden. We shall arrive Lohajung in the afternoon.
Overnight at the Mountain Lodge
Meal – B, L, D

After having our breakfast and short of briefing about the trek we start our trek to Telandi It will take nearly 05 hours to reach out first campsite. The trail going into the forest. The trail continues in mostly gradual ascent curves. There are some small stream which are usually the drinking water for the local villagers. On the clear day we can see the majestic Mt. Trishul and Mt. Mrigthuni. After reaching our camp we will set up our campsite and if someone need to help they can are always welcome to help in setting up the campsite as this bring a bonding between guests and staff (please note that it totally up to your interest).
Overnight camping
Meal – B, L, D

Today we explore this beautiful area and trek to the ridge of Brahmtal nearly 3400 mts. From here we are accompanied by the majestic Himalaya and they will with us till we take a downhill to Brahmtal. From every point these Peaks have a breathtaking view and its look that these peaks are on stone throws distance. Later in the afternoon we come back to our camp site.
Overnight camping
Meal – B, L, D

After having your breakfast we descent to Lohajung. Rest of the day is for washing and relaxing.
Overnight at the Mountain Lodge
Meal – B, L, D

Day 9 :

Today we shall make a forenoon visit to a village and peep into the lifestyle of the villagers it will be a great experience to peep into the real Indian village with their people. After exploring the village we come back to the lodge for lunch. After lunch we can make 02 hours round walk to the Archan top. This is the highest point in Lohjung with a small temple. This top give you a 360 degree view of the valley.
Overnight at the Mountain Lodge
Meal – B, L, D

After breakfast we shall drive nearly 7 hours to the rafting camp. Today the drive is totally different and after certain kilometers we shall be driving on the bank of river and will later drive on the pilgrimage road and also pass through the places where we can see the beautiful confluence of two river.
Overnight at the Rafting camp.
Meal – B, L, D

After breakfast we shall do 03 hours of white river rafting in Alaknanda and Ganges river. We shall finish our rafting at Devprayag where Bhagirathi and Alaknanda rivers meets and forms the Ganga River. It is nice place with interesting villages and temples and the bathing ghats of Devprayag which is all interesting. After rafting we have our lunch at Devprayag and then drive 2.5 hours to Rishikesh.
Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Later in the evening we shall be witnessing the Ganges Prayer at Triveni ghat.
Rishikesh visiting various ashrams.
Rishikesh located in the foothills of the Himalayas in northern India, it is known as the 'Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas and 'Yoga Capital of the World and has numerous yoga centers that attract tourists. It is believed that meditation in Rishikesh brings one closer to attainment of moksha, as does a dip in the holy river that flows through i
In 1968, The Beatles visited the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's ashram in Rishikesh. John Lennon recorded "The Happy Rishikesh Song". The Beatles composed numerous songs during their time at the Maharishi's ashram, some of which appear on the White Album. Several other artists, including Mike Love, The Beach Boys, Donovan and Gyp Mills visited the site to contemplate and meditate.
Overnight at the Hotel
Meals: B, L

After spending forenoon in Rishikesh. Later we drive 01 hour to Haridwar. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel. Later visiting the Holy ghats of Haridwar and witness the Ganges prayer in the eveing.
Haridwar presents kaleidoscope of Indian culture and civilization. Haridwar also termed as 'Gateway to Gods' is known as Mayapuri, Kapila, Gangadwar as well. The followers of Lord Shiva(Har) and followers of Lord Vishnu(Hari) pronounce this place Hardwar and Haridwar respectively as told by some. It is also a point of entry to Dev Bhoomi and Char Dham (Four main centers of pilgrimage in Uttarakhand) i.e. Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri.
Overnight at the Hotel
Meals: B

Today we make an early check-out from the hotel to board the train to Delhi. We will be carrying our pack breakfast. Upon arrival in Delhi we drive directly to Agra. Upon arrival directly transfer to the Hotel.
Overnight at the Hotel.
Meals: B

Day 14 :

Full day sightseeing of Agra
Agra is home to the Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. The construction of Taj Mahal is credited to the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan who erected this mausoleum in memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal.
Besides Taj Mahal there are many interesting sights in Agra and Agra Fort is one of them. Agra Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage site located in Agra, India. The Fort built by Akbar in Red Sandstone in 1654, Agra Fort worked both as a military strategic point as well as the royal residence.
In the morning we will be visiting Taj Mahal and later after lunch we visit Red Fort.
Overnight at the Hotel.
Meals: B

After breakfast we check-out from hotel and then drive one hour to a place called Fatehpur Sikri.
Fatehpur Sikri was a city, founded in 1569 by the Emperor Akbar, and served as the capital of the Mughal Empire from 1571 to 1585. After his military victories over Chittor and Ranthambore, Akbar decided to shift his capital from Agra to a new location 37 km to honour the Sufi saint Salim Chishti. Here he commenced the construction of a planned walled city, which took the next fifteen years in planning. He named the city Fatehabad, with Fateh, a word of Arabic origin in Persian, meaning "victorious." It was later called Fatehpur Sikri. The Imperial complex was abandoned in 1585, shortly after its completion, due to the exhaustion of the small, spring-fed lake that supplied the city with water.
Later half an hour’s drive brings us to Bharatpur.
Bharatpur the Eastern Gateway to Rajasthan is the birds Kingdom!! The beautiful forest popularly known as Bharatpur Birds Sanctuary or Keoladeo Bird sanctuary is spread over in an area of 40 sq Km and also features in the UNESCO’S list of world Heritage site is a unique bird place and a true delight of bird watchers.. The Park has an estimated population of 375 species of birds, numerous mammals and reptiles. With the onset of winter, migratory birds from all over world come here. They arrive by August and leave in February. These migratory birds include Coot Snipes, Spanish Sparrow, Red Crested Porhard, Rosy Pelican and Flamingo. The special attraction, however, remains the arrival of the rare Siberian Crane. The park is also rich in Pythons, Spotted Deer, Sambhars, Blue Bull, Black Buck, Jackals, Otters, Fishing Cats, Monitor Lizards. There are well-defined treks, which can easily be covered on foot or on a cycle Rickshaw. The sanctuary not only attracts birds from India but also from places like Europe, Siberia, China and Tibet. Cycle Rickshaw pullers are very well trained and have very good knowledge of birds.
Upon arrival transfer to the Hotel. Later in the afternoon we will visit the Park by cycle Rickshaws.
Overnight at the Hotel.
Meals: B, D

After breakfast we drive 04 hours to Ranthambore. Upon arrival transfer to the Hotel. In the evening visit the magnificent Ranthambore fort.
Overnight at the Hotel.
Meals: B, D

Day 17 :

Today we do two jungle safaris, one early in the morning and second in the afternoon after lunch.
Ranthambore: The Tiger reserve spreads over an area of 392 sq.kms of dry deciduous and tropical thorn forest. The Jungle is considered to be one of the best sites to observe and photographing the majestic tiger. Other animal in the park includes leopard, Hyena, fox, jungle cat, sloth bear, different species of deer’s including the biggest in the family “Sambhar”, blue bull and Chinkaara. Wild Boars and languars (Black faced monkeys) are common sight in this reserve. There are over 300 varieties of birds in the sanctuary. The commonly sighted birds include pea fowls, parakeets, partridges, storks, egrets, flycatchers, eagles and owls. Some rare birds like the black eagle and the crested hawk eagle can also be seen here. There are several lakes in this reserve which houses crocodiles which are very commonly seen.
Overnight at the Hotel.
Meals: B, L, D

04 hours drive bring us to the Pink city “Jaipur”. In the afternoon we shall be visiting Jantar Mantar and City palace.
Jaipur: One of the most important magnets for visitors to India, the “pink city” of Jaipur and nearby Amber fort. Visitors can find all the exotic majesty of the Indian princely states ruled until recently by the bejeweled, Elephant riding maharajas. This city was considered a marvel of town planning and drew the peace loving merchants and craftsmen to its wide streets and shopping areas which were earmarked for them. Traditional crafts like Jewelry, metalwork, enameling, tie dye, stone carving pottery, leather work and miniature painting patronized by the rulers in the 18th century still continue to thrive to this day. It is a city with a timeless quality to it, a city where the ancient and the modern coexist in complete harmony. The palace of winds “Hawa Mahal” is a remarkable structure which overlooks one of the main streets and also provides some excellent views of the city. In the not-too-distant past, ladies of the court found it convenient to watch the activities on the streets below without being observed themselves. Dedicated to lord Krishna, it is shaped like a crown, which adorns the lord’s head. It has over 900 ninches and is quite an unusual structure the likes of which are not to be found anywhere else.
We shall be visiting Amber Fort. Amber was the ancient capital of the region. Now a deserted complex, it however still recalls it’s hey days in the majestic ramparts rising steeply along the contoured hillsides. Here Elephants still carry visitors in stately splendors to the main Palace through unusually high gateways obviously designed to accommodate this archaic mode of transport. We also visit the city palace and it’s Museum. Half of the part of the city palace still remains the residence of the Jaipur Royal family, the Jantar Mantar an 18th century observatory and the legendary Hawa Mahal.
Overnight at the hotel.
Meals: B

After breakfast we visit the Palace of Winds and the Amber Fort. Later we drive to Delhi. Upon arrival transfer to hotel where few rooms are booked for wash and change. After dinner transfer to International airport.
Meals: B, D

Day 20 :
Arrive Home

Inclusions / Exclusions


  • Air-conditioned Car / Coach. Transportation throughout the tour as per program mentioned above. However in the mountains it will be Non air-conditioned.
  • Tourist Class comfortable Air-conditioned Hotel accommodation with breakfast provided throughout the tour as per program.
  • Hotel/Tent accommodation based on two persons sharing a room /tent. We provide very good Sleeping bags and Mattresses.
  • Meals included as per abbreviations as above program: B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner.
  • Porters/ Mule to carry 14 kg of personal baggage.
  • Local German or English speaking guide at all places for local sightseeing’s as per program.
  • One German or English Speaking Tour Escort throughout the Tour.
  • All entrance fees at all places.
  • Air-conditioned Class train journey with sleeping berths/Chair car provided as per program.
  • All necessary permits for trekking.
  • Farewell dinner in Delhi
  • All government taxes
  • Our professional charges.


  • The price do not include any expenditure of personal nature such as table drinks, mineral water, laundry, telephone calls, meals were not included, tips to room boys, camp staff, drivers, evacuations of any casualty, medicines, camera fee if any and all those services which are not listed above. Tipping is customary in India.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations prior to 30 days from the start of the trip

We shall charge only the services which are paid and non-refundable and our professional charges on the actual basis. This means we will pay you nearly 90% of the payment and if you want to adjust your payment for the next trip then it will be adjusted. But also note that the balance payment for the future tour shall be paid by the client.

Cancellation between 24 days and 14 days to the start of the trip

We will refund you 70% of the payment and if you want to adjust your payment for the next trip then it will be adjusted. But also note that the balance payment for the future tour shall be paid by the client.

Cancellation between 14 days and 10 days to the start of the trip

We will refund you 50% of the payment and if you want to adjust your payment for the next trip then it will be adjusted. But also note that the balance payment for the future tour shall be paid by the client.

Cancellation less than 10 days to the start of the trip

It will be calculated and hence the refund is initiated.

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North India
  • This tour can be operated from October to Mid December and after 20th February to end of April. However in December till February it could be very cold in the mountains and may be snow as well. But during the day it is going to be warm and pleasant
  • 12 noon
  • Easy to Moderate
  • Indian style meals as per marking shown in the itinerary (B, L, D) on each day. B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner.
  • 3400 meters
  • 3 days
  • We shall not be liable for any accidents, death or injury caused due to bad weather, natural calamity, and loss of baggage, accidents or any other reason beyond our control. Participants are advised to insure themselves against all travel risks.