Winter Tour


From November to April, our village is mostly under the snow, you can still visit and enjoy the winter atmosphere, but some activities, as trekking, and adventure sports won't be possible. (Meditation, Yoga... are still available).That's why we are proposing you other cities that you can enjoy with us in North India.

Delhi

Delhi is the capital city of the country. The history of Delhi names some great kings as its rulers and it is noteworthy that these kings erected grand structures here to signify the glory of their dynasty. Mughal empire and British Empire, both are seen as the ones who have done some brilliant constructions in their times. On one hand, the grandeur of Red Fort is admired by all and on the other, the mightiness of Rashtrapati Bhawan (originally built as the Viceroy’s lodge by the British) leaves the spectator spell bound! Jama Masjid, Qutub Minar (built by the Turk ruler Qutab-Ud-Din-Aibak), India Gate... are some famous tourist attractions here. It is worth highlighting that the Lotus Temple which is the Baha’i house of worship is a place which is highly recommended to be included in your travel schedule if you want to view an excellent sight of beauty personified in a building as never before.

Agra

Home to the eternal symbol of love, the iconic "Taj Mahal", one of the 7 modern wonders of the world, Agra is a must see destination. Agra is the only city in the world glittering with 3 world heritage sites, after the Taj Mahal, you can also visit the Agra Fort and splendid Fatehpur Sikri. This wonderful tourist spot is regarded as the first planned city in Indo-Islamic style. A sunrise on the Taj Mahal is unforgatable.

Varanasi

Varanasi is the India of your imagination. This is one of the world's oldest continually inhabited cities, and one of the holiest in Hinduism. Pilgrims come to the Ganges here to wash away sins in the sacred waters, to cremate their loved ones, or simply to die here, hoping for liberation from the cycle of rebirth.

Bodhgaya

The life of Gautam Buddha, the founder of Buddhism, is associated with the small town of Bodhgaya. It is one of the four holiest cities of Buddhist faith. The Mahabodhi temple is the main attraction of this town and is located near the spot where Lord Buddha attained spiritual enlightenment. Bodhgaya is not only an important Buddhist pilgrim center, but it is also an important center for the study of Buddhism.
This is also in this city that we have the NGO we are supporting, so if you wish we can plan to visit the school and get time volunteering with the kids.

Khajuraho

A very famed heritage city in Madhya Pradesh, Khajuraho is known for housing several Hindu and Jain temples. A popular UNESCO world heritage site, Khajuraho will simply astonish you with its unique temple carvings which are lined in symmetry including the finest sandstone carvings and erotic sculptures. A number of tourists from all across the world flock this place to ideate the immortal saga of Hindu art and culture etched in stone.

Kolkata

Having served as the capital of British India for more than a century, Kolkata is rich with historical significance. It was home to the headquarters of the British East India Company and later became the capital of British territories in the subcontinent during the British Raj. The city’s architecture and culture are rich with traces from this era. It's also the city known for Mother Theresa's home. You can visit the place she use to work and use to live as well as her tomb. You can also volunteer in one of her many missions in Kolkata.


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