The Great Outdoors

 Road Journyes

Himachal Pradesh - Driving Holidays

Himachal Pradesh was known as Dev Bhumi or The Abode of Gods, because of the abundance of natural beauty in the state. There is great difference in the climatic conditions of Himachal due to extreme variation in elevation. Drive through the beautiful Kinnaur valley - the tribal area of Himachal Pradesh. Visit the splendid Sangla valley that offers visitors a breathtaking view of compelling lush green orchards in the lap of grandiose mountains covered with unpolluted and alluring white snow. Go India Journeys invites you to a road journey of a multicultural and multilingual state; to drive between the chiselled beautiful gorges of Himachal Pradesh and across its picturesque land.

Himalayan Wonderland

The Eastern Himalayas have been identified as a global biodiversity hotspot and counted among the globally outstanding eco- regions of the world. Bhutan has a rich and unique cultural heritage that has largely remained intact because of its isolation from the rest of the world until the early 1960s. One of the main attractions for tourists is the country's culture and traditions. Bhutanese tradition is deeply steeped in its Buddhist heritage. Drive through this mountainous terrain from Paro to Thimpu. Visit the National Institute of Traditional Medicine, the traditional painting school. Buy hand-woven textiles, thangkha paintings, masks, and ceramics, slate and wood carvings among other things. Go India Journeys invites you to soak in the culture of Bhutan. And to visit the interesting little country that was voted the happiest country in Asia!

Leh- Overland Tour

Enjoy a self driven travel holiday from Chandigarh to Leh. Drive through the picturesque Trans-Himalayan terrain, all the way experiencing the joy of both travel and driving. Enjoy a home stay in a village and go back to the basics of living; settle into the rustic settings of village life without modern luxuries. Along the way stop for Para-gliding and other adventure activities. Drive along quaint villages and artistically decorated monasteries. You will come across nomadic camps and rare flora and fauna. The terrain chosen for this journey ensures the very best bits of the country. Travellers need to be ready for the adventure to sign up for this tour.

Day 1. Arrive Chandigarh, drive to Shimla- overnight Shimla; Day 2. Drive to Saharan, visit a historical temple along the way; Day 3. Drive to Chitkul via Sangla; Day 4. In Chitkul, explore the surrounding areas; Day 5. Drive nearby to Kalpa for the night halt; Day 6. Drive to Nako on the Tibet border; Day 7. Full day drive to Comic; Day 8. Drive full day to Kaza, an ideal base camp for trekking, mountaineering and tours; Day 9. Overnight Kaza; Day 10. Drive through the exotic valley to Jispa; Day 11. Onward Tsokar lake; Day 12. Drive to and overnight in Leh; Day 13. Excursion to three monastaries; Day 14. Drive to camp resort set in apricot orchards at Uletokpo; Day 15. Drive to Lamayuru monastery; Day 16. Visit monastery at Deskit; Day 17. Go for evening prayers at Samstanling monastery; Day 18. Depart Leh for onward journey.

Horseback Safaris

Go India Journeys invites you to visit Rajasthan and see a side to it that cannot be accomplished by all and sundry. If you have a penchant for the outdoors and can ride a horse, we have just the thing for you. Visit breathtaking landscapes; see the great architecture of regal Rajasthan and pass the quaint villages- ride through the Bishnoi tribal belt; the eco conservationists of the desert, who would die protecting a blackbuck. Observe the colourful nomadic shepherds who travel thousands of kilometres with their flocks searching for pasture for their sheep. Cross lakes near the hills that abound in migratory water birds and the odd crocodile basking in the sun. Imbibe the lifestyle and philosophy of India, come, be one with nature

Bamboo, Brahmaputra & the Mystery Mountains (An Exploratory Adventure in the unknown East Himalaya of Assam & Eastern Arunachal)

Visit Arunachal Pradesh- the 'Land of the rising Sun’. Bordered by China to the North, Myanmar to the East, Bhutan to the West and states of Nagaland and Assam to the South, this is one of the most verdant and richest biodiversities amongst the Seven Sisters of Northeast India. Go India Journeys invites you to a place that has yet to be explored, an untouched wilderness that makes a fascinating expedition in the most bio-diverse part of the Indian sub-continent. Come visit a UNESCO Natural World Heritage, a Project Tiger Reserve, an Elephant Reserve and a Biosphere Reserve

Day 1. Arrive in Dibrugarh and visit tea estate; Day 2. Visit Dibru Soikhowa National Park; Day 3. take a birding tour in Guijan Range by boat; Day 4. Enjoy an elephant Expedition to the monastery and Buddhist pagoda; Day 5. Proceed to Namdapha Tiger Reserve; Day 6. Enjoy full day birding expedition to Namdapha forest. Day 7. Proceed to proceed to Miao in the evening enjoy a traditional cultural programme. Day 8. Take a jeep expedition to the WWII-famed Stilwell Road and Pangsau Pass on the India-Myanmar border. Day 9. Return to Guwahati; Day 10. Arrive at Manas Tiger Reserve; Day 11. Enjoy a daylong wildlife and patrolling expedition; Day 12. Experience local crafts, weaving tradition, rice beer making, cuisines, etc. Day 13. Return to Guwahati for local sight-seeing and continue for onward destination journey.


Go India Journeys invites you to tour Himachal Pradesh, visit some the best known places of the hill state, travel on meandering paths across hills and mountainous terrain exploring the heritage and culture of this region. Travel to Dharamshala which is now the seat of Tibetan Government in Exile and abode of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Enjoy overnight stays at heritage hotels in Mandi, Taragarh and cross several villages, temples, monasteries and picturesque points, along the way. Come trace more of Kangra Valley, by visiting a Fort, rock cut temples to the Heritage Village of Pragpur, with us

Day 1. Arrival at Chandigarh station or airport; Day 2. Arrival in Shimla. Rest of the day at leisure to explore Shimla. Day 3. Drive to Mandi crossing through Naldehra, Tatapani, Karsog to reach Mandi; Day 4. Visit monasteries and also visit beautiful temple at Baijnath; Day 5. ride to Mc Leodganj and visit The Dalai Lama temple, Bhagsunag temple and St John’s Church; Day 6. Ride past of Kangra valley covering Kangra town; Day 7. Ride to the fertile plains of Punjab to the Holy city of Amritsar; Day 8. Depart Amritsar for onward destination journey.

Tribal Treks

Tawang, Papumpare & Ziro

Apatanis are, perhaps the most well settled of the indigenous tribal people of Arunachal Pradesh who have stayed behind and chosen to practice old tradition and custom, as way of life even after the British left their land. Trek into the Bamboo forest and understand their traditionally sustainable method of pine and bamboo forest conservation. Visit a major centre of the Tibetan Mahayana Buddhism. On the way to Tawang see the World's second highest motor-able pass, the Sela Pass. Go India Journeys Invites you to a cultural and spiritual experience to understand a way of life long- forgotten. Travel to re-discover India.

Day 1-2-3. Drive from Lilabari airport to a Apatani Hong village, explore the Apatani social customs, culture, food, unique agricultural tradition, weaving tradition and their craft; Day 4. Return to Itanagar for local sight-seeing; Day 5. Visit Tezpur- a historic city; Day 6-7-8-9-10-11. Visit Bomdila along the Nameri Tiger Reserve, stop to visit the Orchidarium at Tipi. Hit the serpentine mountain road; stop at Sella to visit the War memorial. Also, visit the Main monastery, craft centre and emporium, local market, war memorial. Explore Monpa farming, brewing of local beer; Finally take a birding tour to Sangti Valley- a sanctuary of the Tibetan Black-necked cranes. Day 12-13. Nameri National Park and Tiger Reserve also a hot spot for Mahasheer fishing explore the park; Day 14. Onward destination journey.

East Himalaya – World Heritage Sites (Sunderbans, Kaziranga, Manas, Brahmaputra & Bodos)

Go India Journeys invites you to a journey through terrain rarely visited, sights seldom seen and to what we think is the last true wild frontier in the Indian sub-continent. We take you to the world’s largest estuarine forest, a landscape dominated by great tidal creeks and waterways and home to some of the most sought after birds and animals, including the famous ‘swimming tigers’. Explore the vibrant city of Calcutta with an informative local guide. Visit museums and monuments to immerse yourself in the city’s vibrant history. We invite you to soak up the ambience of Calcutta on the popular Heritage Walk and tram tour before heading off into the wild interiors of India. The Sunderbans are part of the world's largest delta formed by the rivers Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna. Cruise aboard motorized boats, taking you into the home of the man eating tigers, estuarine crocodiles, sharks and snakes. Enjoy the dark and foreboding attractiveness of the mangroves that offer the chance to encounter myriad sights unknown to the majority.

Day 1 & 2. Walking tour of Kolkata-visit city museum, Writer’s Building among other city sights; Day 3. Visit Sundarbans Tiger Reserve on a motorized boat; Day 4. Continue wildlife cruising, experience local theatre; Day 5. Take a guided village walk; Day 6. Arrive in Guwahati and drive to Kaziranga National Park; Day 7. Enjoy elephant and game safaris into the national park; Day 9. Enjoy a birding trip into the tea gardens; Day 10. Drive back to Guwahati; Day 11. Onward to Manas Tiger Reserve; Day 12. Explore the Eastern Core of the national park; Day 13. Full day safari and evening cultural program; Day 14. Guided adventure tour; Day 15. Return to Guwahati; Day 16. Local sight-seeing; Day 17. Onward destination journey