We, at Indo Asia Tours, want travellers coming to India to get a comprehensive orientation to the country and the surrounding nations that we operate in. This means, that all the dimensions of travel – food, history, urban life, nature – are taken into consideration when planning a trip. Of the vast experiences that the subcontinent offers, we have chalked out some of the best itineraries that make one dive deeper into the topic. For example, Kerala’s unique food, or sustainable tours are some of the travel ideas that we would love the travellers to experiences.
Special Interest Tours
Expect a range of activities in these tours, we take you in the heart of one area and immerse you in all aspects of it. In the Maharani Gayatri Devi tour, one gets to dive into the life of the glamorous queen of Rajasthan and in the northeast tribes one gets to know about the hidden tradition and culture of the states that are tucked away from the mainland. We have also organised a photography tour where an expert photographer accompanies you to the most photographic opportunities while travelling.
The special tours break the monotony and the rhythm of expected experiences and throws the traveller, a volley of excellent travel glimpses. Of these, we are particularly proud of the Sustainable Tour that helps us work towards the promise of creating excellent travel itineraries, keeping in mind that the travel foot print should only curb intrusion and add value to the destination instead.
12 Nights & 13 Days
Any generalization of Indian cuisine as ‘curry’ would be a grave mistake. The cuisine of each region is as diverse as is the culture, or the language and dialects spoken in the area. Each region has its unique style of cooking and flavouring using the locally sourced ingredients. In this tour we present the traditional cuisine of Kerala.
While in Kerala, you can enjoy a cuisine enriched with cereals, vegetables, herbs, tropical fruits and seafood, and garnished with the distinctive aroma of pepper, cardamom and chilies. Rice forms the main ingredient in most of the Kerala cuisine and is served in different forms. Spices are generously used to enhance the taste for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisine. With so much of varieties to offer, the distinctive Kerala cuisine offers you with great opportunities for gastronomical experiments.
Cochin | Munnar | Madurai | Periyar | Alleppey Backwater | Marari | Cochin
Houseboats | Chinese Fishing Nets | Marari Beach | Shri Meenakshi Temple
Cochin / Day 1 - 2
Munnar / Day 3
Madurai / Day 4 - 5
Periyar / Day 6 - 7
Alleppey Backwater / Day 8 - 9
Marari / Day 10
Cochin / Day 11
North East Tribes
13 Nights & 14 Days
The Northeastern region of India is one of the most vibrant and rich, with overtones of diverse dressing, food and traditions. Each district is unique in language and history, making the travel here extremely interesting. Add to that the unique biodiversity of the region, and the trip is suitable for all interest types. In this trip, we take you through the rich culture of the various tribes in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.
Kolkata | Jorhat | Majuli | Sivasagar – Dibrugarh | Wakro | Roing | Tinsukia | Digboi – Dibrugarh | Kolkata
Mishing | Mishmis | Khamptis | Singpho tribes
Kolkata / Day 1 - 2
Jorhat / Day 3
Majuli / Day 4
Sivasagar – Dibrugarh / Day 5
Wakro / Day 6 - 7
Roing / Day 8 - 9
Tinsukia / Day 10 - 11
Digboi – Dibrugarh / Day 12
Kolkata / Day 13 - 14
Life of Maharani Gayatri Devi
17 Nights & 18 Days
Maharani Gayatri Devi, a symbol of royalty in India, was the third Maharani consort of Jaipur from 1940 to 1949 through her marriage to Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II. She was born in Cooch Behar and travelled the length and breadth of the country with her role as a princess and then a queen. An avid polo player, she was one of the most modern Queens in India, who did a lot for the city of Jaipur, the capital of the Kingdom that she was queen to. Later, the Maharani was seen a fashion icon with her glorious collection of special saris. This journey trails her footsteps.
Kolkata | Darjeeling | Cooch Behar | Delhi | Agra | Jaipur | Ahemdabad | Vadodara | Mumbai
Howrah Bridge | Victoria Memorial | Kali Ghat Temple | Toy Train to Ghoom | Madan Mohan Palace | Sabarmati Ashram | City Palace | Amber Fort | Taj Mahal | Elephanta Caves | Prince of Wales Museum
Kolkata / Day 1 - 2
Darjeeling / Day 3 - 4
Cooch Behar / Day 5 - 6
Delhi / Day 7 - 8
Agra / Day 9 - 10
Jaipur / Day 11 - 12
Ahemdabad / Day 13 - 14
Vadodara / Day 15
Mumbai / Day 16 - 18
Photography Tour to Nepal
12 Nights & 13 Days
Kathmandu, the gateway to the highest mountain in the world, Mt. Everest, is a fascinating place that promises spectacular views and excellent glimpses of local life that make for great photo opportunities. The towering mountains, lush valleys below and the simple living can creative a spark in the mind of the photographer. This itinerary takes you through different parts of Kathmandu Valley – a dream come true for any photographer.
Kathmandu | Manakamana | Pokhara | Lumbini | Kapalivastu (Tilaurakot) | Kathmandu
Darbar Square | Patan | Bhaktapur | Swayambhunath | Pashupathinath | Phewa Lake | Lumbini | Kapalivastu
Kathmandu / Day 1 - 3
Manakamana / Day 4
Pokhara / Day 5 - 6
Lumbini / Day 7
Kapalivastu (Tilaurakot) / Day 8
Kathmandu / Day 9 - 12
12 Nights & 13 Days
The charm of travelling does not lie in sightseeing alone, but also in giving back to the society, truly understanding the culture and making the destination a long-lasting memory. At Indo Asia Tours, we are conscious that the itinerary is as unobtrusive to the destination and also allows for an authentic immersion in the destination. This is the only way that a place will be able to retain its original character and the journey will truly be part of a sustainable culture.
Delhi | Agra – Jaipur | Jaipur | Pushkar | Deogarh – Udaipur | Udaipur – Delhi | Delhi
Lyuten’s Delhi | Brahma Temple | Amber Fort | Jantar Mantar | City Palace | Hawa Mahal | Tilonia Project | Mother Teresa’s Orphanage