Our travel ideas
We can offer you a number of different travel ideas for a stay between October and March.
Each has its own particularity, theme and itinerary. Some tours are available solo, others in groups. In the case of group tours, we limit the number of participants to 10, so that you get the most out of your stay and the experience of traveling in India.
Short on time but still want to explore the beauty of Maharashtra? You can do so on a 9-day tour of UNESCO World Heritage sites?
First of all, you can discover the treasures of Maharashtra in a 15-day tour that is a good introduction to the history, culture and spirituality of this central Indian state.
You can take part in Diwali celebrations in 3 different villages during this 15-day tour.
If you want to understand Indian spirituality and discover what makes this country so unique, this tour is for you.
If you want to see the three most beautiful cities in Maharashtra, you can travel to the Golden Triangle.
Finally, you can follow in the footsteps of the Mughals. This north Indian empire left its mark on the center of the country.
Celebrate Diwali in a unique way
Diwali is one of India’s most popular Hindu festivals. Every house is decked out in flamboyant colors, lights and candles. It’s a family festival. During this festival, Hindus pay homage to the goddess Laxmi.
This tour takes place a few days after the family celebrations of Diwali. This is when the celebrations become public. Each village has its own way of celebrating this event. We’ll take you to 3 different villages. You’ll discover the festivities that surround Diwali. You’ll also discover unique places off the beaten track.
Treasures of Maharashtra
Maharashtra is a surprising state. It has many hidden treasures. We invite you to discover some of these treasures on this unique 15-day tour.
On this tour, you’ll discover the city that never sleeps, Mumbai, and the Konkan region with its beaches. You’ll explore a unique history with colorful characters. You’ll discover an unspoilt region that’s a little paradise. Finally, you’ll experience Indian culture and spirituality.
In 15 days, you’ll explore the many facets of Maharashtra.
The golden triangle of Maharashtra
Maharashtra has a golden triangle made up of the cities of Mumbai, Nashik and Aurangabad.
Mumbai is the country’s economic capital. It is a perfect blend of tradition and modernity. On this tour, you’ll discover many facets of this enchanting city.
Aurangabad is the tourism capital of Maharashtra. With good reason: two UNESCO-listed sites are close to the city. But the town also has a special history.
Here’s what awaits you on this 15-day shared tour.
In the footsteps of the Mughals
The Mughal Empire was one of the great empires of northern India between the 15th and 18th centuries. From the 16th century onwards, the empire spread to central India. With this expansion, central India was enriched with monuments and history.
Far from the usual tours, you can discover the Mughal Empire through two of its capitals.
This 15-day tour will take you in the footsteps of Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb. You’ll visit cities little known to mass tourism, such as Indore, Maheshwar, Mandu, Burhanpur and Aurangabad.
Discovering Indian spiritualities
India is a unique country in the world. It is the only country to have witnessed the birth of 4 different religions. In addition to Hinduism, known in the West thanks to yoga, India is the mother of Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism.
But that’s not all: India’s history has also seen the arrival of other religions such as Islam, Zoroastrianism and Christianity.
We invite you to discover all these spiritualities in a unique 15-day tour. You’ll visit temples as unique as the Ellora and Ajanta caves. You’ll be enchanted by Maharashtra’s 3 holy cities of three different religions. Last but not least, you’ll celebrate an important festival in the Hindu calendar, Shivatri.
UNESCO in Maharashtra
Maharashtra is the state in India with the most monuments listed by UNESCO. This worldwide classification of extraordinary sites is a list of places which, because of their history, structure or importance, are treasures for humanity.
For 9 days, we invite you to discover all the monuments listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Maharashtra.
You’ll discover not only these monuments, but also the historical and political context that has made these places nuggets for humanity.