July 16-20 Delhi
- New and Old; present capital of India, has seen ups and downs of history for nearly three thousand years. In Old Delhi you find a living cultural tradition of almost six hundred years with the mediaeval and modern wonders in architecture. You find the most modern aspects in the metro and the urban development that has taken place, beside a host of museums and leading educational and business organizations; the right city to shop and taste the varied cuisines of multi-cultural India. The nearby suburbs of Noida and DLF, Gurgaon showcase the most modern townships, shopping and business centers.
July 21-22 Shimla
The old summer capital of the Raj days is nostalgic to any visitor with the scenic beauty of Shivalik hills at the foot hills of the Himalayas. Raj architecture, Himachali culture and natural beauty abound the destination.
July 25 Gwalior
Gwalior lies 76 miles south of Agra and is the fourth largest city in Madhya Pradesh. It is often referred to as the tourist capital of the state. The city and its fortress served as the center of more than a few historic northern Indian kingdoms. It is famous for the Gwalior Fort and important educational institutions including the Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management and Indian Institute of Travel and Tourism Management.
July 26- 27 Agra
The city of the magnificent Taj Mahal offers forts, palaces, cuisines along with the 16th century township of nearby Fatehpur Sikri and the historic town of Gawalior that houses the modern institutions also.
July 28 Ahemadabad
The excursions to Patan and Mehsana offer you rich Gujrati culture, interaction with top educational and business institutions and, of course, the famous Akshardham.
July 30-31 Bangalore
Traditionally known as the Garden City of India in the hub of the IT revolution, the excursion from here to Mysore displays the old royalty and the land of Sandalwood, with an experience of the dancing fountains at Brindaban Gardens on the way back.
August 01-02, Cochin
The business capital of the southern Indian state of Kerala has a history that goes back to 200 B.C. — a city that traded with the Romans and Arabs. Not to mention the scenic natural beauty of backwaters, houseboats and the coastline of the Arabian Sea, with Chinese fishing nets.
August 03-04 Haridwar and Rishikesh
The foothills of the Himalayas offer you Yoga, Ayurveda and the Mystic ancient Indian lifestyles beside the flowing Ganges River entering the plains.
August 05 - Return to Delhi.