- A gift when you book your tour with us, a DVD film called ‘Mystic India’
- International flights included
- VIP meet at aircraft door on arrival
- Useful gift is given to you on arrival
- Private arrival and departure transfers
- Private car & driver for all road transfers
- Snack Hamper, with juice and water in your private car
- Mobile phone to use while in India to keep in contact with our local office and your driver
- Meals as per itinerary (BB = breakfast) (HB = breakfast, lunch or dinner) (FB = breakfast, lunch & dinner)
- Private guide for sightseeing in all major cities
- Entrances to all monument and places of interest included
- Sightseeing of Old & New Delhi
- Stay in a Heritage Haveli in Old Delhi’s Lanes – Chandni Chowkh
- Experience travel on two of India’s domestic trains
- Morning walk on mall road of Mussoorie City
- Driver at your disposal in Mussoorie for local drives
- Sightseeing of Haridwar
- Excursion to Rishikesh
- Evening Witness the Aarti ceremony on the bank of river Ganges
- 05 game drives in Corbett National Park
Our Tour features the following locations
DELHI: The largest mosque, the biggest temple, honky auto-rickshaws; it’s easy to distinguish Delhi. The city has been at the centre of the Indian civilisation for centuries and a major seat of power ever since the Mughals built their capital here. Modern Delhi presents a mix of colonial-era architecture, Mughal forts, and mausoleums, ancient bazaars, glitzy malls and world class restaurants. It often feels overwhelming, but given a chance, it always grows onto you. Be sure to visit Humayun’s Tomb, a 16th-century Mughal wonder inspired by the iconic Taj Mahal and Lodi Gardens, the best spot for sunsets in Delhi. There’s also the Hauz Khas Village, a throbbing hub that gained popularity with its Open Nights when those narrow alleys are transformed into cultural wonders, adorned with lights and decorated with streamers. There really is no better place to discover Delhi’s rich culture and mingle with its locals.
MUSSOORIE: Located in the Garhwal hills. Due to its immense natural beauty, Mussoorie is known as the queen of hill stations. In 1820 Captain Young from the British army was influenced by the beauty of this place and made this place his residence.
RISHIKESH: Rishikesh has been synonymous as a sacred destination largely due to the holy Ganges River that flows through its heart and the rich Himalayan air that sprays the land with chanted mantras from the Ganga Aarti and blessings from countless sadhus and yogis who live here. Yet, it manages to attract people from all walks of life. It brands itself as the Yoga Capital of the World and presents world-class ashrams, yoga retreats, and meditation therapies. It lets you learn how to play the table or the sitar, or even try your hand at crystal healing. And there’s always the lure of adventure. This is, after all, one of the best white-water rafting destinations in the country, as well as a gateway for inspired treks into the Himalayas. Such is its charm that The Beatles found themselves coming here to enjoy the energy and pen down several songs.
HARIDWAR: Often called the Gateway to God, Haridwar is one of the key pilgrim destinations in India, probably the country’s holiest city. It attracts visitors from all over the planet with its intense spiritual aura, unique temples and exotic religious festivals. The sheer number of pilgrims that gather on Har-ki-Pairi Ghat give this place a unique aura, and the flickering flames of the countless ‘aartis’ offered to the Ganges just make it even more stunning. The best time to visit Haridwar is from May to October when you can see the annual Magh Mela festival and watch countless pilgrims perform traditional rituals, many of which are often passed down for generations.
CORBETT NP: “Tiger is a large-hearted gentleman with boundless courage… India will be poorer, having lost the finest of her fauna.” Jim Corbett, the legendary tiger hunter after whom Corbett National Park has been named, got that right. There is no better experience than coming close to a tiger in its own backyard. And the Corbett National Park is perhaps one of the best places to do that. A beautiful mix of swamps, hilly enclaves, river belts and meadows, this park, is a haven for adventure lovers. It hosts 50 species of mammals, 580 types of birds, 25 reptiles and 488 species of plants. It is also a popular destination for photography workshops. With the picturesque terrains of the Himalayas acting as a backdrop, you really don’t need any skill to click the most beautiful photographs of the elusive tiger, wild boar, deer, leopards, and langurs.