India is a vast South Asian country with diverse terrain – from Himalayan peaks to Indian Ocean coastline – and history reaching back 5 millennia. In the north, Mughal Empire landmarks include Delhi’s Red Fort complex, massive Jama Masjid mosque and Agra’s iconic Taj Mahal mausoleum. Culture rich Jaipur, pilgrims bathe in the Ganges in Varanasi, and Rishikesh is a yoga center and base for Himalayan trekking. India is home to a diverse population playing many different sports across the country. Cricket is the most popular sport followed by football. The country has won eight Olympic gold medals in field hockey, another popular game in India. Rugby is a minor, but fast-growing sport. Almost every major sport has come up with it's own league, IPL being the most popular one.



   Tournaments * Tours * Coaching clinics

cricket tours



Best time: Sept- April
Options: Tours, tournament, camps


soccer soprt tours



Best time: Sept- April
Options: Tours, tournament

hockeyt soprt tours



Best time: Sept- April
Options: Tours, camps

basketball sport tours



Best time: August-June
Options: Tours

Other sports: Netball, Tennis and Badminton

Recreation & Excursion
tajmahal indiatours

One of the 
wonders of the world-Tajmahal.

india gate delhi tours

Explore history and
heritage in old & New Delhi tour.

Amber fort riding elephant tours

Experience royal
elephant ride at Amber Fort.

Safari tiger tours Ranthambore

Safari at Tiger
reserve Ranthambore.

NGO walk tours

NGO walk and
community service.

Recreation & Excursion
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Discover real India
with a traditional village tour.

ipl tour

Catch all the madness,
excitement and thrill with IPL tours.

mumbai slum

Cosmopolitan Mumbai
with slums and Bollywood tour.

kerala backwater tour

Mystic Kerala backwaters
tour with special ayurvedic spa.

varanasi ghat tour

Walk on the Ghats of
Ganges in holy city of Varanasi.


Events & Festivals

Indian is known to be the country of vast cultural history and festivals. Every month there are many festivals that one can enjoy in India. Being a secular country it houses more than four religions. Every religion has its own set of festivals that the entire nation celebrates. All festivals are unique in their own sense. The traditions and celebrations of the same festival also vary from one region to another. The festivals have a significant story or history behind it. These festivals are being observed from time immemorial. People are observing them right from the dawn of human civilization..

holi festival


People exuberantly throw colored powder and water all over each other in this festival of colours called Holi. It’s all about fun, party, and dance under water sprinklers. Bhang (a paste made from cannabis plants) is also traditionally consumed during the celebrations.
When: March
Where: All over India.

diwali festival


Diwali, the biggest festival in India, honors the victory of good over evil and brightness over darkness. Lots of small clay lamps and candles are lit and placed in houses, and fireworks are let off everywhere, giving Diwali its name as "Festival of Lights".
When: October/ November
Where: Throughout India

pushkar fest

Desert Festival /
Pushkar Camel Fair

Every year an astonishing 50,000 camels converge on the small holy town of Pushkar, in the Rajasthan desert, for the Pushkar Camel Fair. The exuberant Jaisalmer desert festival is a wonderful opportunity to experience fancily dressed locals, camel races, polo matches, turban tying and finest facial hair competitions.
When: Late Jan/Early Feb
Where: Rajasthan

raipur fest

Kila Raipur
Sports Festival

The Kila Raipur is a ticket free Rural Olympics or rural sports festival that's grown over six decades, to become a sports bonanza that attracts competitors from around the globe. Bullocks, camels, dogs, mules, and other animals competing in highly professional events must be seen to be believed! 
When: Jan 29th-Feb 1st
Where: Ludhiana, Punjab

yoga fest

International Yoga

The International Yoga Festival is a must for anyone interested in yoga! With more than 400 people from over 30 countries, it's grown to become one of the largest yoga gatherings in the world. The festival offers yoga classes from world class Yoga teachers, discussions with leading spiritual leaders, cooking classes and Yoga Aid Challenge charity fundraiser.
When: March
Where: Rishikesh

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