Goa to Archaeological Wonder of Karnataka private extension tour will begin with pick up from your hotel in Goa. You will visit Belgaum, Gokak Falls, Bijapur, Hampi, Lakkundi, Gadag & Badami. ...
Pass ancient villages, temples and dense forests as you cruise the backwaters of the River Aldona in a traditional Goan houseboat. As you sail, grab a drink from the bar, try your hand at fishing, or just sit back and enjoy the peace. Then, as the sun sets, there's a traditional dinner, live music and an overnight stay in a plush cabin onboard.
The island of Divar is small enough to explore on foot, but even better to see by e-bike. Think paddy fields crisscrossed by rickety lanes, peeling colonial churches and brightly coloured temples. Discover it all in total comfort and ease, without leaving a carbon footprint.
Once known as the ‘Rome of the East', Goa is packed with religious monuments, grand cathedrals and colonial relics. On this full day tour, you'll visit both her capitals, past and present. Panaji – the current one – and Old Goa, the former seat of Portuguese power. Along the way you'll have an expert guide and enjoy a delicious lunch.
With spiritual ceremonies, religious monuments and tasty local food, this full day tour gives an unmissable taste of Goa's unique culture and cuisine. Packed with highlights like St Anne's Church and Shantadurga Temple, you'll connect with village locals, take part in a Hindu ritual and finish with dinner, dancing and folk music.
If you haven't seen the Taj Mahal, you haven't really seen India. And although it's on the opposite side of the country to Goa, it's worth the trip. This private three-day tour takes in the spectacular domed mausoleum and a few other gems along the way.
The mangrove forests of Goa are a haven for rare plants, birds and wildlife. On this tour, you'll take a boat cruise downriver to spot freshwater crocs and hit a spice plantation to learn all there is to know about the exotic produce that thrives here. What's more, you'll have a traditional lunch included too.
On this full day tour, you'll travel by rickshaw and rail to discover Goa's past as a Portuguese colony. With religious gems and relics aplenty, you'll call in at the city of Margao, hit a local market and finish up with a delicious lunch in a colonial palace.
Legend has it that Dudhsagar Waterfall formed when a beautiful Princess poured a golden jug of milk down the mountainside. Known by locals as the “sea of milk”, you'll head there by both bus and off-road vehicle. And after the chance to swim in the rejuvenating cascades of water, you'll stop by a spice garden for a delicious lunch.
Want to get away from it all? On this two-day tour, you'll visit one of Goa's most exclusive paradise beaches before an evening under the stars in your own seafront tent. After spending the day swimming, snorkeling or chilling in a hammock, you can retire to your Rajasthani camp, complete with a comfy bed and an en-suite loo.
From grand cathedrals to colonial monuments, Goa has much to offer history wise. This tour takes in its two atmospheric capitals – the current one, Panaji, and the former seat of Portuguese power, Old Goa.
Long before the Greeks or Romans ever picked up a brick, there were magnificent temples in India. Travelling the authentic Indian way, you'll journey by train to Hampi to discover one of her most prized historical sites – the ancient city of Vijayanagar. Expect plenty of pretty villages, greenery and history on this three-day tour.
Holidays and food go together like sun, sea and sand. So, what better way to discover Goa than through its food? You'll hit the marketplace for fresh ingredients then learn to cook like a local on this delightful culinary experience.To create a delicious meal, you need the finest of ingredients, so the day begins in the morning markets of Panaji. Passing stall after stall, laden with fresh produce, you'll be introduced to the array of exotic fruits, vegetables, spices and fish used in Goan cuisine.With an understanding of the local food, you'll head on to a nearby restaurant where the cooking begins. Under the guidance of a professional chef, you'll prepare a feast of local dishes. Then after working up an appetite, you'll be dining on the meal you've prepared for lunch. And with maximum groups of just 8 people, you'll be sure to get hands-on in creating your Indian banquet.
Experience one of the world's most vibrant cities on this whirlwind tour of Mumbai. Calling by all the city's top monuments, you'll also visit the sobering Dharavi slum – the largest in Asia. And travelling by plane means you have even more time to explore before heading back by train.