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Heartlands of India

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Madhya Pradesh, India

  • Activities

    Cultural Immersion, Lifestyle

  • Price
    From: $4280 USD per person
  • Duration

    23 days

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    March 3, 2018

  • Starting Location


  • Price Includes

    Guide services, all accommodations and breakfasts, some meals, all transportation including airport transfers, all entrance fees and tips


  • Discover the other magical side of Goa away from the beaches and parties.
  • Explore the atmospheric and mesmerizing ruins of the once majestic kingdoms of Hampi, Mandu and Sanchi.
  • Enjoy the commercial and cultural capitals of India, Mumbai and Kokata.
  • Discover the road less travelled through the heart of India, from Bijapur to the Nasik wineries and Orchha.
  • Uncover the rock-cut temples of Badami, Ellora and Ajanta and the ghats of Varanasi.

Trip Info

From the beaches of Goa to the cultural capital of India, Kolkata, this journey traversing the breadth of the subcontinent will introduce you to some roads less travelled through rarely explored towns and cities of the heartlands of incredible India.

Beginning our cultural immersion in Panjim, the Portuguese influenced capital of Goa, we travel north and east through ancient villages and world heritage sites as well as once major cities or holy towns. We will also explore rock-cut temples of sculptural extravagance, grand Muslim mausoleums and the commercial capital, dazzling Mumbai.

Afghani fortresses and Buddhist stupas, Hindu Palaces and the crumbling British heritage of Kolkata lead to a fascinating and exotic trip through an India which is all at once traditional, exotic, bizarre and totally unexpected.

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