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Indian Standard Time (IST) is 5 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+5.5). Daylight Saving is not observed.

Our Available tours in India
Andaman
Karnataka
Himachal
Kashmir
Leh
Kerala
Rajasthan
Uttaranchal
Sikkim
India

  Befitting its size and population, India's culture and heritage are a rich amalgam of the past and the present: From the civilizations, fascinating religions, variety of languages (more than 200!) and monuments that have been present for thousands of years to the modern technology, economy, and media that arises as it opens up to a globalised world, India will never cease to awe and fascinate the visitor

Visas - Depending on your purpose of visit, you can get a tourist visa (six months), a business visa (6 months, one year or more, multiple entries) or a student visa (up to 5 years).
A special 10-year visa (US$150, business and tourist) is available to US citizens only.
An Indian visa is valid from the day it is issued, not the date of entry. For example, a 6-month visa issued on January 1 will expire on June 30, regardless of your date of entry.
There is a minimum two month gap period between consecutive tourist visas. Tourist visa valid for 6 months can have maximum duration 90 days per visit, depending on citizenship. So make sure to check maximum duration per visit on your local embassy.
As of 1 January 2010, India has introduced a new TOVA (Tourist-visa-on-arrival) scheme, which is available to citizens of Finland, Japan, New Zealand, Luxembourg, Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, Indonesia and Philippines at the airports in Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata for a stay of up to 30 days [3]. It can take some time (no set period, allow between 1 - 6 hours) to process the application once you have arrived at the Airport.
The TOVA Visa costs US$60, is valid for a single entry and is not extendable. In addition, there is a minimum two month gap between the expiry of one tourist visa and the issuance of the next.
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Andaman
 We offer attractive Andaman Packages. Plan your trip with us and enjoy places like Port Blair, Havelock, Coral island and Ross island.
Andaman Islands are one of the most remote spots on the planet. The original inhabitants are aboriginal tribes who exist more or less out of the mainstream. There are some tribes who have had no contact whatsoever with the rest of the world. Of nearly 600 islands, only 9 are open to foreign tourists, and all of these are in the Andamans.

Andaman Tours page
Karnataka
 Offering a wide range of Karnataka Packages.
 Bengalore, although not regarded by many as a tourist destination, our Karnataka packages will surely disagree. Experience and enjoy an emersion of cultures based on a well rounded package of your choice.

 Karnataka in southern India is the major center of India's IT industry. Once called the "Garden City of India" and the "Pensioner's Paradise", these epithets may no longer apply to Bengaluru, which is today a large cosmopolitan city and a large working population.

Karnataka Tours page
Himachal
 Himachal Pradesh is a state in north-western India, and offers much for those looking to experience the Himalayas. While it does not claim the highest peaks in the range, there is plenty to do aside from mountaineering. Its name literally means "Adobe of snow".

Himachal Tours page
Kashmir
 some say it is Heaven on Earth, friendly people, beautiful gardens, vast lakes and pristine streams and stunning landscapes, it is all that.

Kashmir Tours page
Leh
  a bustling tourist town, with large numbers of Kashmiri traders. It's a small town, easy to get most places by foot. The old town is a compact area of mud brick houses and narrow lanes directly to the east of Main Bazar.

Leh Tours page
Kerala
  a tropical paradise of waving palms and wide sandy beaches. It is a narrow strip of coastal territory that slopes down the Western Ghats in a cascade of lush green vegetation, and reaches to the Arabian sea.

Kerala Tours page
Rajasthan
 Experience the culture of Indian heritage and royalty,glimpse the splendor of the state.

Rajasthan Tours page
Uttaranchal
 in the Himalayan region is one of the most picturesque states of the country and has in store several tourist destinations that range from hill stations to popular towns to pilgrim destinations

Uttaranchal Tours page
Sikkim
 Enjoy the natural beauty within Sikkim
The snow covered mountains and lush green valleys not only invigorates one's soul,it also leaves the spectators bewildered by the extravaganza of its natural beauty.

Sikkim Tours page

formerly known as Ceylon


Sri Lanka

 Sri Lanka has more than 2,500 years of continuous written history by means of the Mahawansha, and was also mentioned in several ancient Indian texts. One of the most famous is the Ramayana, in which the island, which was referred to as Lanka, was the island fortress of the evil king Ravana, who captured the wife of Rama an incarnation of the Hindu God, Vishnu.
Legend has it that Hanuman the monkey flew over to Lanka and destroyed the capital by setting it on fire, while Rama and his remaining troops later crossed over from the mainland by building a land bridge across the sea.

Visas - Dozens of nationalities, including Japanese, Koreans, Australians, New Zealanders, North Americans and virtually all Europeans, receive a tourist visa upon entry, valid for 30 days.

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Colombo
 Experience Perahera, the famous festival in the region.
A pageant where many elephants participate..

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Shangri-La


Nepal
 is a landlocked country in Southern Asia, between the Tibet autonomous region of China and India. It contains eight of the world's 10 highest peaks, including Mount Everest - the world's tallest - on the border with Tibet, and Lumbini, the birth place of Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. Nepal recently was declared a republic and has abolished the monarchy.

Visas - for citizens of most countries are available on arrival at the land borders and at the airport in Kathmandu.To obtain a visa, you need to bring one passport photo.
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Kathmandu
 Welcome to Shangri-La, make a fable a reality.
Now a hub for independent travelers as well as a growing vacation spot.

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Paro Tshechu - a religious festival
normally held around February-March


Bhutan
 Besides the stunning natural scenery, the enduring image of the country for most visitors is the strong sense of culture and tradition that binds the kingdom and clearly distinguishes it from its larger neighbors. Bhutan is the only Vajrayana Buddhist nation in the world, and the profound teachings of this tradition remain well preserved and exert a strong influence in all aspects of life. Due to its pristine environment and harmonious society, the tiny Kingdom of Bhutan has been called "The Last Shangrila."

Visas - A photograph and Identification document (Passport, Ration card or Election ID) is needed along with a photocopy. Fill the document with purpose "Tourism" and stay location as "Any hotel". At Phuentsholing you will only get 7 days for Paro and Thimphu.
For extension of duration apply in Thimphu at the Immigration office at the northern end of Norzin Lam. For visiting other districts you will need to apply for road permits at the same office. They are best applied in the morning and you will receive the document in the afternoon. In case you are defence official without a passport or a student without the above three accepted identification papers, you can request the Indian consulate further up the road to provide you an identification endorsement document but this takes time.

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Paro
 A historic town with many sacred sites and historical buildings scattered through the area. In addition, the Paro Valley is wide and verdant and is recognized as one of the most beautiful in all Bhutan.

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