Discover East India

Embark on a journey to Kolkata, Darjeeling, Sikkim, Assam, Odisha, and beyond. Your adventure begins along the banks of the majestic river Hooghly, where Kolkata, the first British capital of India, awaits. Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of history, culture, and tradition that this vibrant city has to offer, boasting a legacy of architectural marvels and literary giants like Rabindranath Tagore and Mother Teresa.

After indulging in Kolkata's cultural splendour, retreat to the serene hills of Darjeeling and Gangtok , perfect havens from the heat. Marvel at breathtaking mountain vistas and wander through lush tea plantations, rejuvenating your senses amidst nature's tranquillity. Odisha beckons with its famed Konark sun temple and the architectural wonders of Puri, while Bodhgaya and Nalanda University offer profound insights into ancient wisdom and scholarship.

Before concluding your unforgettable journey, pay homage to Varanasi, one of the world's oldest cities and a centre of spiritual pilgrimage. Experience the ethereal beauty of dawn on the sacred Ganges , where faith and tradition converge in timeless rituals of purification and enlightenment. As Mark Twain said, ‘Varanasi is older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend, and looks twice as old as all of them put together." the profound spirituality that awaits in Varanasi, a fitting conclusion to your Eastern Indian odyssey.

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West Bengal

Explore the vibrant culture of West Bengal in Eastern India, where spirituality, arts, music, and cuisine converge. Kolkata, the historic capital of the British Raj, stands as the epitome of this cultural richness. Renowned as the cultural and intellectual hub of India, Kolkata boasts a dynamic theatre and cinema scene amidst its distinctly British architecture, highlighted by landmarks like the majestic Victoria Memorial and the Gothic St. Paul's Cathedral.

Indulge your palate with the tantalizing flavours of local Bengali cuisine, renowned for its delightful blend of mild spices and fruity undertones. Experience the cultural extravaganza of Durga Puja, akin to the Carnival of the East, for an unforgettable immersion into the city's traditions. Just a stone's throw away lies Shantiniketan , celebrated for its artistic and cultural contributions. Home to the prestigious Visva Bharati University, founded by the revered Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore , Shantiniketan serves as a harmonious fusion of Eastern and Western influences, embodying traditional Indian values while showcasing a rich tapestry of global cultures through its mesmerizing murals, paintings, and stories of Tagore's legacy.

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Experience the enchanting allure of Sikkim. When arriving from bustling cities like Mumbai or Delhi, or any urban centre across India, Sikkim emerges as an oasis of serenity. Nestled amidst majestic mountains, the air here is pristine, the vistas breath taking, and the ambiance profoundly tranquil. Fluttering prayer flags evoke the spiritual essence of neighbouring Tibet and Bhutan, adding to Sikkim's unique charm. Renowned as one of India's most beautiful states, Sikkim stands as a testament to utopian splendour.

Despite its modest size, Sikkim boasts a wealth of attractions. From vibrant rhododendron forests and idyllic valleys to awe-inspiring architecture and ancient Buddhist monasteries, the state offers a diverse tapestry of experiences. Wherever you venture, the majestic silhouette ofMount Kanchenjunga graces the horizon, a constant reminder of Sikkim's majestic beauty.

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Embark on an unforgettable journey through Assam and Kaziranga . Situated in the captivating northeast of India, Assam unfolds as a tapestry of breath taking landscapes and vibrant cultures. Discover the iconic one-horned Rhino, the serene beauty of Majuli Island , and the awe-inspiring architectural wonders of the Ahom dynasty. Immerse yourself in the verdant tea plantations, where lush flora and fauna thrive, and encounter magnificent wildlife teetering on the brink of extinction. Join us as we delve into the rich tapestry of Assam's natural wonders and cultural treasures.

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Tours in Odisha, formerly Orissa, may lead you to one of the less affluent states in the country, yet its treasure trove of cultural heritage and abundance of religious and historical monuments continue to allure the occasional tourist. Odisha's allure lies in its off-the-beaten-path appeal, making it an enticing destination for those with a penchant for adventure. With its expansive stretches of pristine beaches, it offers a nostalgic sun-and-sand experience intertwined with captivating monuments and cultural richness

Puri, renowned for its Rath Yatra procession and the revered Jagannath Temple , once thrived as a favoured hangout for hippies. Nature enthusiasts can immerse themselves in the state's numerous reserves, teeming with diverse avian species, crocodiles, endangered sea turtles, and playful dolphins. The sprawling Chilka Lake , a vast saltwater lagoon, presents a haven for birdwatchers. Further along the coast lies Konark , home to one of the nation's most exquisite and traditionally crafted medieval temples, adorned with intricate sculptures adorning its entire surface.

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Bihar & Bodhgaya

Explore the Buddhist heritage of India on captivating tours through the state, renowned as the cradle of Buddhism and Jainism . Centuries-old temples, monasteries, universities, and shrines dot the landscape, preserving the rich history and teachings of these ancient faiths. Bodhi Tree, where Buddha attained enlightenment, and Nalanda University, the world's first residential university, stand as timeless symbols of wisdom and enlightenment.

odhgaya, the sacred town where Buddha achieved enlightenment beneath the Bodhi Tree around 500 BC, holds profound significance for pilgrims and seekers alike. Meanwhile, the remnants of Pataliputra unveil the tales of an ancient civilization, showcasing India's remarkable advancements in architecture dating back to 400 BC. Amidst these historical marvels, the rejuvenating hot springs of Vaibhava Hills offer an indulgent experience, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the soothing waters and embrace the tranquillity of the surroundings.

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Exploring Chhattisgarh, an exceptionally remote region in India, offers an experience unlike any other. Tourist amenities are virtually absent, and public transportation is lacking, yet adventurers are drawn to Chhattisgarh, the country's most densely forested state boasting some of its most captivating natural reserves and waterfalls.

With three national parks and 11 wildlife sanctuaries scattered across the state, it's no surprise that Chhattisgarh harbours some of the last remaining virgin forests in India. In essence, if you seek Amazon-like jungles, this is the destination for you!

Additionally, Chhattisgarh is home to its own "Indian Niagara." While it may not rival its Canadian counterpart in terms of fame or development, its rugged, unspoiled allure stands as its most significant charm.

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Meghalaya, fondly known as the 'Scotland of the East' due to its resemblance to the European landscape, a state that has always captivated with its breathtaking beauty. For nature enthusiasts, Meghalaya is a paradise. More than 60% of the state is cloaked in lush forests, teeming with diverse flora and fauna. The deep valleys and enchanting hills add to the allure of this 'abode of clouds,' ensuring an unforgettable experience immersed in its pristine natural splendour.

Shillong , the charming capital of Meghalaya, boasts a rich tapestry of history and tradition. It's renowned for its traditional handloom shawls, making it a haven for shoppers seeking authentic craftsmanship. Music aficionados will find Shillong particularly appealing, as it's hailed as the 'rock capital of India,' a title the locals wear with pride. The city is dotted with inspired music cafes and hosts music festivals throughout the year, offering a vibrant cultural scene that resonates with visitors.

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Embark on tours through Nagaland, an enclave of untouched beauty in India, where its captivating hills and valleys beckon the adventurous spirit within you with an otherworldly allure. Once deemed among the most perilous regions in the nation due to its volatile indigenous population, the state has since embraced development, warmly welcoming visitors from the South.

ince embraced development, warmly welcoming visitors from the South. Nagaland remains largely undiscovered, even by many within India, yet tales of its flower-adorned hills and mystical ravines abound. Whispers of intrepid travellers navigating treacherous mountain passes to encounter Eastern Naga tribes, adorned in their traditional sea-shell attire and dwelling in remote hillside villages, add to the mystique. Stories of an unchanging landscape spanning centuries continue to pique curiosity and intrigue.

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Andaman & Nicobar Islands

The Andaman & Nicobar Islands consist of over 500 volcanic islands spread across the Bay of Bengal, with only about 30 being inhabited. Foreign travellers are prohibited from visiting the Nicobar Islands. The Andaman group, characterized by lush greenery, holds a rich historical tapestry, marked by successive invasions by the French, Dutch, Japanese, and British, as well as conflicts between settlers and indigenous tribes.

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