Our research team will trace the ancestral villages of many of the first time visitors of Indian origin, especially the Gujaratis and those of the Ismaili community, whose great grandparents left India in the late 1800s

Indian Cinema has transcended Indian boundaries and gained popularity across the world. We have developed a special tour for film buffs, which highlights the various aspects of the Indian cinema industry, including meeting with technical artists, visits to film studios, outdoor and indoor sets as well as popular outdoor shooting locales.

Today, with people spread far and wide on different continents, there is an increasing need to maintain family ties, rekindle old relationships and revive the nostalgia of schooldays. What can be a better destination than India, where all special interests can be catered for, people pampered by great Indian hospitality and excellent culinary experiences. For such get-togethers, we design a unique product with planned events around a theme with a special focus.

Popularity of Indian wine has been growing by leaps and bounds. There are now a number of Indian vineyards that have tasting rooms so so wine enthusiasts can enjoy exploring India's wine regions. We will round off the experience by staying at one of the major vineyards. Talks and interactions with various wine clubs and Indian sommeliers can also be organised.


India’s cuisine is as eclectic as its culture!  From Butter Chicken in North India to Malabari Prawn Curry further down South, the texture and subtle tastes of each regional cuisine are an experience in themselves. Our tours include gourmet experiences not only in savoring, but also learning the intricacies of Indian cuisine from world famous chefs.

Be it mushroom growers or pharmacists, quilting bees or a music lovers' club, we help like-minded people get together. Today, the proliferation of non-government organizations and professional social sector associations, has established the need for an exchange of ideas, to understand the different and specific needs of peoples around the world, their culture and traditions.
Tailor-made programmes for professionals in a specific field, such as education, medicine, law and social development, allow participants to visit different projects and also interact with their counterparts in India, exchange ideas and provide assistance, where necessary. We do in-depth research and provide detailed advance information on a particular industry or business to participants of various trade fairs and marts which are held throughout the year in different parts of India.

From the 250-year old Lake Palace, probably the most romantic hotel in the world, to a tranquil cruise on a traditional houseboat on the backwaters of Kerala; from a secluded log cabin in the verdant hills of Darjeeling to a luxurious tent in the starkly beautiful desert of Rajasthan; from a beach holiday in the Maldives to a mountain lodge in the Himalayas we make your honeymoon or anniversary as special as your wedding day!

You can play golf almost anywhere in India, for this outdoor sport is widely played by a cross section of people - in the hills and high Himalayan expanses, in metropolitan cities and in small towns, by lakes and forests or surrounded by tea estates, out in the desert and old British cantonments. What makes golfing in India exciting is the diversity of its courses. Not only does it have the oldest golf club in the world outside Great Britain (the Royal Calcutta Golf Club, established in 1829), but also the highest course at Gulmarg (2,700 m) in Kashmir.
In the recent years, some international professional tournaments have highlighted the technical excellence of some of the country's courses. However, the flavour of India is visible everywhere - you can watch a peacock dance on a green or play on a course that is enriched by old monuments and beautiful buildings.

From Trekking Routes in the Garhwal and Kumaoun region, to the diverse flora and fauna in the country's 55 National Parks and 247 Sancturies -- India is the true hot-spot for the adventure lover. Try Mounatin Biking on the foothills of the Himalayas in North India, the Western Ghats in Western India and the Nilgiri Mountains in South India offer some wonderful trails for mountain biking. The rivers in the upper reaches of the Himalayas are excellent for white-water rafting.
The most popular are the Ganga, Bhagirathi and Alaknanda in Uttar Pradesh, which have rapids ranging from Grade 3 to 4 on the international scale. The Zanskar and Indus rivers in Ladakh are another challenging possibility. In eastern India, the Teesta and Rangi offer Grade 4 rapids. India offers fabulous skiing slopes in Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Kashmir during the winters.