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Cycling and Wildlife - An adventure-filled Holiday in India!

June 2015 (Blog posted by Admin)

Visitors mostly associate India with religion, culture and colourful inhabitants. India is also known for its advancement in science and technology. Few know that India boasts of a rich and varied wildlife with its 100 major National Parks, 441 Wildlife Sanctuaries, 9 bird reserves and 15 UNESCO Biosphere Reserves dotted around the country. Isn't that amazing! Read More...




Hiking in the Himalayas...

March 2015 (Pictures contributed by Mr Hacking & Family who travelled with us)

Mr Hacking and family did our hiking tour of Kumaon Himalayas. Below are some pictures of their holiday that they have been kind enough to share with us for our guest blog. Mr Hacking shared his experience, "We had such a great time on the tour. Pahrata (Partha) was such a great tour guide and the staff at all the guest houses were beyond excellent. Read More..





A Month Long Cycling Journey in North and South India

January 2015 (Pictures contributed by Mr & Mrs Emptage who travelled with us)

Mr and Mrs Emptage did a month long cycling tour with us. During cycling journey, they visited Agra, Bharatpur, Karauli, Ranthambore, Jaipur, Shekhawati, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Jojawar, Deogarh, Udaipur, Cochin, Munnar, Thekkady, Kumarakom, Alleppey and Marari. Below are some pictures from their daily photo diary they have been kind enough to share with us. Read More...




Pedaling in Rajasthan - An extravaganza of heritage, culture and festivals!

November 2014 (Blog posted by Admin)

Rajasthan is a land of surprises. From sand dunes, wooded hills and amazing lakes to men and women in turbans and skirts of vivid colours; from magnificent forts, palaces and havelis to bustling towns and villages, Rajasthan offers amazing diversity and is truly a feast to the eyes as you cycle from one destination to another. Read More...




Bird Watching Cycling Holiday in North India!

September 2014 (Blog contributed by our team member Sunil Iyer)

The geographical diversity of India has given diverse habitats to its bird-life. India plays host to 2100 kinds of birds including a number of migrant species who come across the Himalayas from northern parts of Asia and Europe to escape from severe winters and enjoy the warmer and longer days in central and southern India. Read More...




Ever wondered about Indian customs and traditions?

July 2014 (Blog posted by Admin)

Four thousand years of continuous culture has meant that a number of Indian customs and traditions have come down to the present generation almost without a change for thousand of years. These customs invariably invoke curiosity in the minds of visiting foreigners making them wonder what they mean. We try and de-mystify for you some of these customs which have remained part of Indian traditions for more than a thousand years. Read More...