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JODHPUR-JAISALMER-BIKANER - Temples and forts of the Rajput kings with a touch of the Thar Desert is what we offer in the circuit of Jodhpur-Jaisalmer-Bikaner. After seeing Ummaid Bhawan Palace, Meharangarh Fort and Jaswant Thada in Jodhpur, sightseeing tour of Jaisalmer Fort along with the Jain temple and havelis in Jaisalmer going for a drive to the Sam sand dunes in the evening will keep your visit memorable. Imposing palaces, forts and temples with great architecture displaying the finesse of the Rajput civilization along with camel rides and the Gajner wildlife sanctuary are memorable spots of Bikaner.
DELHI-AGRA - Our tour of Delhi-Agra- Jaipur is sure to give the traveler an experience of the past Mughal and Sultanate days with trips to historical monuments and sites including the Agra fort and of course, the Taj Mahal. Added to this are the sight seeing spots in Delhi like the Red Fort, Purana Quila with Delhi zoo, Qutab Minar, The tomb of Humayun, Jantar Mantar along with monuments of New Delhi like the India Gate. One can visit the marketing hotspots like the Connaught Place. One can wind up with a visit to Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal, City Palace and Jantar Mantar observatory in Jaipur, thus completing the triangle.
KERALA AND THE KOVALAM BEACH - Washed by the Arabian Sea in the west with its long shoreline and serene beaches bounded by swaying coconut trees; Kerala enjoys unique geographical features that have made it known as God's own country. An unique feature is the tranquil stretches of backwaters where one can spend a few days on houseboats. Hill stations and exotic wildlife can be seen in the towering Western Ghats in the east. Added to these are the Ayurvedic health sessions and art forms and festivals. Kerala also offers exotic cuisine. All of these offer you a unique experience. The famous crescent of the Kovalam beaches near Thiruvananthapuram is a must-see.
GUJARAT - One can take a tour of Gujarat starting from Rajkot by visiting Jamnagar of the erstwhile Princely state of Nawanagar home to the famour icon of cricket Ranjit Singhji or Ranji. Lakhota palace and the solarium are among the interesting places to see. From Jamnagar, one may travel to Dwarka and visit the Dwarakadheesh Temple one of the most sacred place for Hindus. The original abode of Lord Krishna is said to be Bet Dwarka, near Okha port, in the sea. The ride to Bet Dwarka from Ok ha port is full of excitement as one has to reach through ferry boat. Coming down south lies Porbandar, the birth place of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of nation, the house being preserved as the “Kirti Mandir”. The temple of Somnath, destroyed a number of times by invading foreign hordes, later re-built under the initiative of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel by the sea is worth a visit. Gir Forest National Park, another popular tourist place is the only home of Asiatic Lions. Travelling further down one may come to Palitana, the world’s only mountain having more than 900 temples considered a sacred pilgrimage place by the Jain community, and perhaps the world's largest Temple Complex.
BELUR-HASSAN-HALEBID-HAMPI-BADAMI - In this circuit, one can travel though the extensive and elaborate ruins at Hampi of the ancient Vijayanagar Kingdom, Badami cave temples of the Chalukyas considered to be classic examples of Indian rock-cut architecture, Belur and Halebid temples famous for its Hoysala architecture of excuisite hand-craft on soft stone, the whole region witness to excellence in temple architecture of south India.
BANGALORE-MYSORE-OOTY - popularly known as the "Silicon Valley of India", the capital city of Karnataka, Bangalore is a major IT hub. Vidhan Soudha, Attara Kacheri (High Court), Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Cubbon Park, Tipu Sultan's Palace and Fort, Ulsoor Lake are among tourist attractions in the city. Cultural Capital of Karnataka, Mysore is located at the foot of Chamundi Hills and is famous for the Mysore Palace and the Dasara festival. Brindavan Gardens, Chamundi Hills and other spots attract a large number of tourists. With its lofty mountains, lakes, dense forest, Ooty is a beautiful & popular hill station located in Nilgiri Hills.
AJANTA-ELLORA-AURANGABAD - The Ajanta Caves consist about 30 rock-cut Buddhist cave monuments from the 2nd century BC to sixth century AD comprising of paintings and sculptures supposed to be the finest surviving examples of Indian art, particularly painting of Buddhist religious art. Built by the Rashtrakuta dynasty, the monumental caves of Ellora represents the epitome of Indian rock-cut architecture. The circuit is complete with Aurangabad, once the Deccan capital of Mughal prince Aurangzeb and later an important town in the Nizan Shahi, with its splendid monuments and gates.
CHANDRAGIRI-DARINGBARI-TAPTAPANI - Here you can experience the raw beauty of interior Odisha. Daringbari is the only hill station of Odisha with temperatures reaching freezing point during winters. The local coffee plantations, river Doluri amidst pine forests, beautiful Darsingbadi waterfalls, a natural site along a river locally called Lovers' Point with a natural cave and the gorge of Mandasaru with a huge magnet stone are places where one can while around in this off-beat place. On way, one can visit the Harbhangi Dam, the Tibetan settlement and monastery at Chandragiri and the natural hot spring of Taptapani.