ab 3500€ p.P.
In Delhi besuchen Sie Sehenswürdigkeiten in Alt- und Neu Delhi, in Agra zum Sonnenaufgang und Sonnenuntergang das weltberühmte Taj Mahal bevor Sie im Chambal Fluss Reservat den Ganges Garvial und den Ganges Delphin sehen können. Den Abschluss bilden die beiden berühmten Tigerschutzgebiete Bandhavgarh und Kanha in Madhya Pradesh in denen Sie Tiger, Leoparden, Gaur, Lippenbären und zahlreiche andere Tiere beobachten können.
ab 4100€ p.P.
Auf dieser außergewöhnlichen Reise lernen Sie mit Lahaul, Kinnaur und Spiti abgelegende Gegenden im Indischen Himalaja kennen. Außerdem besuchen Sie in Dharamshala das Exil des 14. Dalai Lama und in Amritsar den Haupttempel der Sikh - Sekte.
ab 3200€ p.P.
India - the land that evokes flights of imagination and curiosity, a canvas of spectacle and colour. Ruled by a succession of native kingdoms, often overrun and inhabited by invading armies of Central Asian origin, followed by the Mughals and finally the British, transformation has been never ending. A profusion of races and cultures, and the magnitude of their legacies, are evident today.
ab 3700€ p.P.
This exciting and adventurous safari takes you through the tribal valleys of Central Himalayas and Great Himalayas. A journey over six high mountain passes to Leh, getting close to glaciers and a number of high altitude lakes. Each day of the safari offers an opportunity to explore the oldest monasteries in the Himalayas and himalayan villages. This land of barren and beautiful wilderness, the culturally diverse tribal people which add to the charm and interest of mystical in the Himalayas. We stop at villages and camps on the way to get an insight into the daily life of these nomadic people. The desolate mountains of this high altitude cold desert and deep ravines reveal the natural beauty of the landscape and geology which is an unforgettable authentic Indian Himalayan experience.
ab 3700€ p.P.
Nagaland and Assam are amongst the least explored destinations in India. On this journey you discover the highlights of Assam and explore the unique culture of Nagaland. Nagaland where you encounter traditional Naga tribes. The highlight of your journey is your time spent at the Hornbill Festival where you witness the traditional dance and songs of the colorful Naga communities. There are great photographic opportunities on this journey as you immerse yourselve in a little known culture dating back to the early 13th Century when the Ahom Kings travelled from Thailand through northern Myanmar to settle in Assam. Then drive to Assam where you explore the tribal villages and tea gardens. Enjoy sightings of one horned rhinos and a boat cruise on the Brahmaputra River to Majuli Island, the largest inhabited river island in the world, where you visit famous Hindu monasteries.
ab 2700€ p.P.
Gujarat has a long tradition of cottage scale textile production and artisanal craftsmanship. This itinerary focuses on the many small communities who are keeping such traditions alive. Mahatma Gandhi, a native of Gujarat, made cottage industry – particularly textile production – a cornerstone of his drive to establish economic independence from Britain. Separately, Gujarat is home to diverse ethnic and semi-nomadic tribal groups, who have their own craft traditions. As a result, Gujarat is home to some of India’s most exquisite hand-embellished crafts, which, along with cottage textile production, are the bedrock of the rural economy. Kutch is known for its fabulous embroideries, Wadhwan for itsbandhani tie-and-dye and Jetpur for block printing. Some techniques that are unique to Gujarat include the double ikat Patola weaving of Patan and the rogan painting on fabric of Nirona village. This tour will lead you to an understanding of these traditions and an insight into the communities that maintain them.
ab 2600€ p.P.
India - the land that evokes flights of imagination and curiosity, a canvas of spectacle and colour. A profusion of races and cultures, and the magnitude of their legacies, are evident today. This extroverted journey takes you along an extraordinary route, full of lore and splendor, punctuated by photographic attractions, and features diversity. You will visit Kanha, Pench & Satpura National Parks for it’s all the astonishing diversity in its wildlife population along with an option to visit to Agra to see monument of love-Taj Mahal.
ab 3500€ p.P.
This extroverted journey takes you along an extraordinary route, full of lore and splendor, punctuated by photographic attractions, and features diversity. You visit Hemis National Park situated in Ladakh region of Jammu & Kashmir, famous for elusive Snow Leopard.
ab 3400€ p.P.
Discover the treasures of South India. This tour combines the finest of three different states in India namely Maharashtra, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Each state will give you a unique and memorable experience of a lifetime. You will witness sky high temples, nature and lush green plantations, splashing backwaters enjoying an unforgetful holidays. Witnessing the past treasures in form of architecture, ornamented temples, colonial buildings, sailing on private boat laden with all modern amenities and much more to absorb around. This customized tour follows the intermingled state highways taking you deep inside the countryside revealing the diverse culture and traditions of enchanting South India while you travel from south-west to south-east and then south-west. Come and enhance your excitement to see the rural and urban life blending at various occasions to experience the treasures on colourful India.
ab 3700€ p.P.
In this tour of central Arunachal Pradesh, you will visit the areas of Mon in NAGALAND for Konyak Tribe Ziro, Daporijo, Along ,Pasighat & Nameri National Park in Assam. Mon is the home of the Konyak Nagas and it is interesting to see tattooed faces wearing feathers. Konyaks are adept artisans and skilled craftsmen. Here you can find excellent wood carvings, daos (machetes), guns, gunpowder, head brushes, headgear, necklaces, etc. made by these artisans and craftsmen. The most colourful festival of the Konyaks, "Aoling Monyu", which is observed during the first week of April every year, is a spectacle worth watching. Konyaks are the largest tribe among nagas, and speak the local language, Nagamese. They have embraced Christianity and now, Christianity has become the cohesive bond between the Nagas, who, earlier were at constant fight with each other, one who had the maximum skulls of his enemies being considered the mightiest and most powerful. Konyaks still decorate their houses with skulls, hornbill beaks, elephant tusks, horns and wooden statues. In Ziro you will get a chance to meet the people of the Apatani Tribe who have one of most fascinating of cultures. Some of the women wear intriguing huge nasal plugs and have tattoos on the faces and bodies. The Ziro valley is famous for rice cum fish cultivation, where the Apatanis have managed to grow rice and at the same time harvest fish in the farms – an example of sustainable living at its best. In the Daporijo area, you will meet the fierce Tagin Tribe who are equally fascinating. It is in these remote lands that the turquoise River Subansiri makes its way from China to flow into the mighty Brahmaputra River. The river is a great place to fish some fighter freshwater fishes such as the elusive Golden Mahseer. The river also offers a beautiful rafting experience through some spectacular scenery. After spending time interacting and observing the lifestyles and villages of the Tagin Tribe, the journey will continue east into Along area, which are the territory of the once warrior Adi Tribe. The Adis live in beautiful bamboo houses and practice terraced rice farming. A walk through these high Himalayan and remote fields is a memorable and peaceful experience. They form great frames for landscape photography. From the Adi heartland, the road will join the mightiest of all northeastern rivers, the Siang, which after traveling thousands of miles through Tibet eventually becomes the mighty Brahmaputra River when it touches the plains. The Siang on its downhill course in the Pasighat area forms some formidable landscape of gorgeous mountains of farmlands, tribal villages and rainforests. The Siang is great for angling and is considered one of the toughest challenges when it comes to white water rafting and kayaking. You will also come across the Mishmi Tribe in the Siang Valley who are one of the oldest of Arunachal’s tribes. In the last will proceed to Nameri National Park , it is located in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas in the Sonitpur District of Assam, India, about 40 kilometres from Tezpur and the third national park in Assam. The Pakhui (Pakke) Sanctuary of Arunachal Pradesh adjoins the Park on its North-Eastern point. Together they constitute an area of over 1000 km 2 of semi-evergreen, moist deciduous forests with cane and bamboo brakes and narrow strips of open grassland along rivers. Nameri is a birder's paradise with over 300 species of birds.