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                 Explore India with Bhawna Mital



November 3,2024– November 17,2024

  •   Delhi, Rishikesh, Goa, Rajasthan, Agra (Taj Mahal). 









Namaste Friends,

India is my homeland. I am excited for India's trip with my American friends in March 2024 for a spiritual pilgrimage and adventure tour.


I will be guiding a small group of people with me through both north and west India. This is no ordinary tour, as a local guide I will also guide you about local vegetation and their herbal usage in Ayurveda (medical herbal science in India) and also local traditional rituals.


Itinerary Overview

  1. Delhi
    Historic Capital of many kingdoms, New Delhi was constructed by the British to house government buildings when the British decided to shift their capital from Calcutta to Delhi in 1911. A first-timer in the city would find it a melting pot of sorts with a bewildering variety and diversity of culture, religion, people and, of course, food! This is partly because Delhi has been home to many kingdoms for thousands of years.

  2. Rishikesh
    Rishikesh is a naturally attractive place at the foothills of the lower Himalayas in the state of Uttaranchal in India. The literal meaning of Rishikesh is the city or place of the Rishi’s. The rishis are considered the original yogic seers and wisdom keepers, some people say that rishikesh is the birthplace of yoga, it is certainly one of the places that yoga began and has flourished over the years.The main attractions in this exciting tourist and religious spot include Gita Bhavan, Nilkanth Mahadev, Lakshman Jhula, Swarga Ashram and Triveni Ghat, all the places having great religious importance.

  3. Jaipur
    known as the “Pink City” which is the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan. The city was mainly founded on 18 November 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II; who was the ruler of Amber. The city of Jaipur is truly a well-planned city and is positioned in the semi-desert lands of Rajasthan. The city which once had been the capital of the royal maharajas is now the capital city of Rajasthan. Jaipur remind you of the Rajputs and the Royal families.

  4. Khimsar
    A village situated right on the edge of the Thar Desert, is famous for its fort. One can see many battle marks on the walls and parapets of the fort and the building has withstood the onset of time. The village was once an independent kingdom and it was ruled by the Thakurs of Khimar. The fort is around 450 years old and it still the home of the royal family. The fort has been converted into a heritage hotel and it is one of the premier hotels in this category. Khimsar is an ideal place for day trips from nearby cities such as Jodhpur.

  5.  Taj Mahal
    One of the wonders of the world and truly a magical thing to behold. This will also be a place of pilgrimage for our group to visit this incredible beautiful ‘monument to love’ and learn it’s interesting and sad history. It will blow your mind.

  6. Goa
    The long stretches of silver sand which are the crowning glory of Goa have been artfully utilized by the Goans to lure tourists for lots of fun & frolic. The beaches are well maintained and regularly cleaned for an attractive appearance. Seafood is excellent and as for drinks, locally produced wine, spirits and beer are cheaper than anywhere in the country.


Trip / Cost

  • Trip Cost 15Nights Spiritual Adventure in North + west India Room (non-sharing)- $4300 (paid in full by August 1,2024) Room Sharing (1 king/twin bed, shared with 1 person)- $3200

  • Domestic airfare tickets approx.  Cost between $300- $500 depending on earliest booking of flights.  Deposit $ 1000 to hold your space. Balance due by August 1,2024. 

Deposit is non-refundable, as we have to make reservations and place deposits.

60 Days prior to commencement of tour, No cancellation charges other than $1000 deposit. 

59-40 Days prior to commencement of tour, 70% of travel cost. 

39-20 Days prior to commencement of tour, 85% of travel cost.

No cancellation one month prior to start of trip.

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