Nothing can match the exploration on foot – whether it’s the bustle of Old Delhi, a walk in the coffee plantations of Chikamagalur or the sprawl of weathered ruins of Hampi. Walking trails by Indo Asia are popular with those who want to take in the country slowly, absorbing all dimensions of the diverse nuances that the country presents. We prepare you in advance regarding the time and environment that you will encounter, while on foot, so you can tune into the sights and sounds with care and as per your taste.
Indo Asia offers some of the best walking trails across the country – trails that take you through dep historic links in monuments or out in the wilderness. All of these trails are guided by experts who inject the trip with anecodotes and stories that make a trip worth your while. It is nothing short of deep immersion in the culture of India.
This is most definitely the best way to see the country- its vibrant markets, the historical slices and the daily life. You also get a chance to pace out the trip and not do the sights with a ‘tick off the list’ velocity. Local interactions are more probable, which all add up to a memory that is forever imprinted in your mind.
Waking Tour India
12 Nights & 13 Days
This trip takes you trough different regions and periods in history that have shaped India to be such a culturally diverse country. One travels through the slim lanes of Old Delhi’s Bazaar and then walks through the historic city of Jaipur. The Jain influence is assimilated through the glory of the Ranakpur Temples and Udaipur’s Lake Pichola makes the backdrop for a great time in the lake city. Finally, in Mumbai is when the traveller sees the first western influence and the glorious remnants in the form of historic buildings.
Delhi | Agra | Jaipur | Deogarh | Ranakpur | Udaipur | Mumbai
Jama Masjid | Chandni Chowk | Ranakpur Temples | Amber Fort | Old Markets of Jaipur | Dudh Talai | Lake Pichola | South Mumbai Walking Tour
Delhi / Day 1 - 2
Agra / Day 1 - 2
Jaipur / Day 4 - 5
Deogarh / Day 6 - 7
Ranakpur / Day 8 - 9
Udaipur / Day 10 - 11
Mumbai / Day 12 - 13
Hiking & Walking Tour of Bhutan
07 Nights & 08 Days
This trip takes you to the two main cities, a stunning valley and some of the highest passes of the Kingdom of Bhutan, from where you can get gorgeous views of the mountains that embrace the country. The hiking trail is kept relatively easy so that one can concentrate on the surroundings and take in as much as they can. Heritage, history and nature’s wonders are the highlights of this trip.
Paro | Thimphu | Punakha | Paro
Chuzom | Trashichhoedzong | King's Memorial Chorten | Tango Goemba | National Library | Institute for Zorig Chusum | Dochu-la Pass | Lungchuzekha Goemba | Punakha Dzong | Rafting on Pho Chu River | Simtokha Dzong | National Museum | Taktsang Monastery | Drukgyel Dzong | Chele La
Paro / Day 01
Thimphu / Day 02
Punakha / Day 03 - 04
Paro / Day 05 - 08
Walking Tour of Nepal
06 Nights & 07 Days
This walking tour of Nepal allows the traveller to see stunning villages, meet locals, be close to ancient temples and be in the company of Himalayas so constantly feel their dominating presence. This trip is just short of being absolutely spiritual – both mentally and physically. Nepal is one of the most magnificent countries of the subcontinent, and this tour does justice to the attempt of seeing it intimately.
Kathmandu | Sundarijal – Chisapani | Chisapani – Nagarkot | Dhulikhel | Dhulikhel-Namobuddha – Panuti Village & Drive Back Kathmandu | Kathmandu
Pashupatinath | Boudhanath | Patan | Budhanilkantha | Namo Buddha
Kathmandu / Day 01
Sundarijal – Chisapani / Day 03
Chisapani – Nagarkot / Day 04
Dhulikhel / Day 05
Dhulikhel-Namobuddha – Panuti Village & Drive Back Kathmandu / Day 06
Kathmandu / Day 07
Walking Trail of Sri Lanka
15 Nights & 16 Days
This two weeks trip is one of the most comprehensive ways of doing Sri Lanka. There is little that the itinerary leaves out. The best part is that you get to see this paced out, as there are ample sections on foot. The hikes to places like Adam’s Peak, Horton Plains and Sigiriya add a new dimension to the trip. The last few days are spent in the tropical sun, unwinding on the beach. This trip touches, heritage and nature, both.
Colombo | Colombo – Mihinthale – Anuradhapura | Anuradhapura – Dambulla | Dambulla – Hiriwaduna – Polonnaruwa – Dambulla | Dambulla – Sigiriya – Matale (Riverston) | Matale – Knuckles | Matale – Kandy | Kandy – Pinnawela – Peradeniya – Kandy | Kandy – Nuwara Eliya | Nuwara Eliya – Horton Plains – Nuwara Eliya | Nuwara Eliya – Maskeliya – Adams Peak | Maskeylia – Kithulgala – Sinharaja | Sinharaja | Beach Stay
Pettah Bazaar | Sri Maha Bodhi | Brazen Palace | Ruwanweliseya | Dambulla Cave Temple | Hiriwaduna Trek | Royal Palace | Sigiriya Rock Fortress | Knuckles Trek | Temple of Tooth Relic | The Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage | Pidurutalagala | The Horton Plain Plateau | Sri Pada | The Kelani River | Sinharaja Rain Forest
Colombo / Day 01
Colombo – Mihinthale – Anuradhapura / Day 02
Anuradhapura – Dambulla / Day 03
Dambulla – Hiriwaduna – Polonnaruwa – Dambulla / Day 04
Dambulla – Sigiriya – Matale (Riverston) / Day 05
Matale – Knuckles / Day 06
Matale – Kandy / Day 07
Kandy – Pinnawela – Peradeniya – Kandy / Day 08
Kandy – Nuwara Eliya / Day 09
Nuwara Eliya – Horton Plains – Nuwara Eliya / Day 10
Nuwara Eliya – Maskeliya – Adams Peak / Day 11
Maskeylia – Kithulgala – Sinharaja / Day 12
Sinharaja / Day 13
Beach Stay / Day 14 - 16
Walking Trail of Bangladesh
07 Nights & 08 Days
Bangladesh is possibly one of the least explored nations of the subcontinent, but it promises a unique and wonderful time for those who tread here. The local life is especially charming, with whole villages dedicated to tea plantations or weaving. The countryside is stunning, making it even better for a walking trail. While the natural bounty is bound to mesmerize, the heritage spots of Dhaka are equally impressive.
Dhaka | Dhaka – Srimongol | Srimongol – Kamolganj – Srimongol | Srimongol – Tangail | Dhaka
Old city of Dhaka | Tea Gardens of Srimongol | Kamolgonj Tribal Village | Lawacherra National Forest