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India is a land of many dimensions – in its food, culture, traditions, language, festivals and history – making it a vibrant pot pouri that promises an unmatchable holiday. To really understand the nuances of each aspect, it is imperative to have some local interaction. This is planned in a city of your interest, where […]

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NGO Visit

Indo Asia is committed to its cause of sustainable tourism. For this, we engage with a number of NGOs in different spheres  – be it ecological activities , health or education. We encourage our guests to participate in these initiatives, even if it is for a short time. We also give a glimpse of other […]

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Cycling

One of the best way to see a destination is with the slow pace of a cycle. Travel by cycling has been growing popular in the last five years. The best trails lie around Coorg, Leh, Rajasthan and Delhi, where we organise these cycling trips. The slow travel through the countryside gives the traveller an […]

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A Round of Golf

Golf is a sport that was brought to India in the colonial rule, but has persisted even decades hence. In fact, the country is home to a number of golf courses and the sport has been catching on for years.  The highest golf course in the world is situated in Gulmarg. Other cities like Delhi, […]

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Yoga

Food for your soul comes in the form of Yoga and meditation and there is no better place to experience this, but India. A number of yoga ashrams have been part of India’s landscape for ages and even hotels have facilities for sessions. In fact, many of them have yoga pavilions also built inside resorts. […]

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Ayurvedic Massage & Spa

India is sitting on a longstanding lineage and vast knowledge of Ayurveda. This can especially be seen in the state of Kerala. Along with that new and more contemporary methods of rejuvenation have entered the country. After a weary day of sightseeing, travellers can soak in the comfort of a spa and relax to recuperate […]

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Nasik and Pune have become veritable symbols of winemaking in the country, paving the path for many more. A trip to the vineyards, processing unit and a tasting session is on the cards when visiting these cities. Nasik has become such a popular spot, that an annual festival in the backdrop of the vineyards is […]

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Sari & Turban Tying Lessons

The sari and the turban are veritable symbols of attire for women and men, respectively. The bright colours and different textiles used are bound to be fascinating for the travellers. With that, comes the exciting part of wearing them. We organise for locals to give you pointers on how to wear these in the most […]

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Rural Train Ride

Very few rural train rides are possible in India. One of the places that we have identified is the train safari in Deograh, which embodies all the nuances of sightseeing in rural India with the slow chug of a train. It is a 1.5hours ride on the meter gauge train. The train was started by […]

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Toy Train Ride

Many of the small hill trains in India have a huge heritage legacy; some have even made it to the list of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites. This is a fun experience. One can sit for a short distance and see how this train chugs onto the sinuous tracks along the hills. In Darjeeling, the experience […]

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