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21. Garhwal Himalaya Tours
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...  valleys lost to the everyday world. Mysteries, myths and allegories surround the Garhwal Himalayas which is not surprising, for the land is blessed with the presence of Lord Shiva and his celestial ...
22. Sikkim Travel
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SIKKIM : Spread below the Mt. Kanchanjunga (8534 m), the third highest mountain in the world and revered by the Sikkimese as their protective Deity, Sikkim shares her borders with Tibet in the ...
23. Indian Mountains
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... which remain covered with snow during most of the year. June to mid-September are the months when trekking is possible in most of the trekking regions in India. Sikkim Ladakh Garhwal  ...
24. India Train Tours
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... km. of track laid between 7000 stations and over 11,000 locomotives. Today , it offers diverse tourist routes, magnificent hotels on wheels with five-star services and Indrail Passes, ideal for extensive ...
25. UI 02 - Golden Triangle Travel
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... center for handicrafts.After Breakfast - City Tour Of Jaipur Visiting Hawa Mahal (Wind Palace) Amber Fort With Elephant Ride. Afternoon Visit, City Palace, Jantar Mantar - An Open Air Observatory ...
26. UI 04A - Forts & Palaces
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... Temples. Check-in at the hotel. Sun-set safari by jeep to Panchla Dunes with Tea. Day 10 : Khimsar - Jaipur 334 kms Drive to Jaipur - visiting enroute Ajmer - Pushkar. On arrival, check-in at  ...
27. UI 24 - Rajasthan Wildlife Holiday Tour
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... of their Mahouts provide the passengers with a wonderful outlook over any wildlife encountered. Tigers are used to the presence of the elephants so the encounter with them is all the more exciting, ...
28. UI 25 - Wild Life Holidays in India
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... 260 kms Morning excursion to Amber Fort, the ancient capital of the state until 1728 and see the Sheesh Mahal or the Hall of Victory glittering with mirrors, Jai Mahal and the temple of Kali. ...
29. UI 06A - Tribal Orrisa
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... 310 kms. Drive to Tapta Pani, visiting enroute Chilka Lake and road side semi tribal villages.. Check-in at Panth Niwas (Govt. Bungalow) Refresh yourself with Sulphur bath at the Bungalow. Day ...
30. UI 09B - Kettuvalom Boat/ House Boat
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...  Drive to Alleppey and embark Rice-Boat, the Houseboat of Kerala, also popularly called Kettuvallom. Sail through the lagoon with favourable wind. Overnight at Houseboat . Day 10 : Alleppey - Champakkulam ...
31. UI 04A - Forts & Palaces
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... enroute Osian Temples. Check-in at the hotel. Sun-set safari by jeep to Panchla Dunes with Tea. Day 10 : Khimsar - Jaipur 334 kms Drive to Jaipur - visiting enroute Ajmer - Pushkar. On arrival, ...
32. Rajasthan Camel Safari Travel
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... to mingle with the local village folks and to provide insight to the traditional way of their life and culture. Besides one camel per pax on the safari, a camel cart accompanies on the tour to handle baggage ...
33. India River Rafting Tours
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River Rafting is journeying on the torrential river on an inflatable rubber boat. A river trip is often an adventure but not always. An amateur with a little sense of adventure can equally ...
34. About Us
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... will be filled with exclusive opportunities that only we offer. Whether you know exactly where you want to go or need some inspiration, Absolute Travel is here to guide you, and to create a journey that ...
35. North India Tourism
... Jama Mosque, Humayun's Tomb were built by Mughal Emperors during their regime. Rajasthan, one of the most colourful and vibrant state of India is proudly associated with northern India. Most famous for ...
36. East India Tourism
... and sensitivity of the of the whole region. The area is dominated by the tribes speaking many different languages and dialects. These states and union territories border with Myanmar, Bhutan, China ...
37. West India Travel
The name 'Gujarat' is said to have been derived from the Prakrit Gujjar Ratta or Gujjar Rashtra - the land of Gujjars - a tribe that entered India with the Huns in ancient time and wandering through ...
38. Central India
... and sanctuaries, including Kanha and Bandhavgarh. Geographically it is a land of contrasts, with river valleys, dense forests and rolling plains overlooked by the ancient hills of the Vindhya and ...