India has multiple things which are lacking in many other countries. One such boon that has been bestowed on this country is the Yoga. The science of yoga has been practised in India since immortal times. This is a means of curing a number of diseases and it is also a tool to find inner peace. It is one of the best ways to boost your immunity and detoxify your body.>Along with proper institutes for yoga training, there is a need to ensure that the site seeing locations are tourist friendly and with all the basic public amenities. It is equally important to promote organic food products and to coordinate with travel agencies from across the globe. India can become a brand where a foreign tourist is willing to come and learn yoga only if India is promoted as a safe country for tourism.
Combining yoga with the tourism industry can help in giving a major boost to the tourism industry in India. Yoga tourism will attract a number of travellers from across the globe to India. International tourists who are looking for solace and treatment options which are natural and effective and which are not available in their country will surely explore the option of tourism which promotes yoga. It must be noted that tourists from across the globe will explore the science of yoga not just for healing but also for in-depth study of the yoga practice, from the perspective of a sporting activity and for meditation and spiritualism.
Are you interested in promoting India as the yoga hub of the world? Then there are not one but many things that need to be done. If you want to be an active participant in teaching the yoga and have your own yoga practice then you must be able to teach every aasan correctly to the disciple. Along with proper institutes for yoga training, there is a need to ensure that the site seeing locations are tourist friendly and with all the basic public amenities. It is equally important to promote organic food products and to co=ordinate with travel agencies from across the globe. India can become a brand where a foreign tourist is willing to come and learn yoga only if India is promoted as a safe country for tourism..
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North India has some of the best monuments and places which are a part of the rich history of India. It has one of the seven wonders of the world that is the Taj Mahal which is located in the historical city of Agra.
Equally interesting are places like Jaipur(Pink City) in Rajasthan which has plenty of forts and palaces which will leave you in awe.
Also, Indian capital Delhi. Divided into two parts – Old Delhi and New Delhi.Being the heart of India, Delhi is a historical city. The old buildings remind us about its glorious past.
Varanasi Considered being the world’s oldest and holiest city among Hinduism. Also, Known as Banaras or Kashi. Pilgrims come to take a dive in the holy river Ganga. To wash away their sins, hoping to sacrifice their life and get liberty from the cycle of rebirth.
Our Package is designed for all the yoga lovers who want to know India deeply. This will be your Journey to know India with our Tour Guides and to know yourself with our Yoga Retreats. In this journey, we will visit India’s Golden Triangle which Includes Temples and Historic Monuments of New Delhi, The wonder of world Taj Mahal in Agra, The Pink City Jaipur and finally a 10 days retreat in The capital of Yoga Rishikesh close to nature and river Ganga.
Day 01 Delhi to Agra (210 kms/4.5 hours)
Namaste and Welcome to India!Upon Arrive at the Delhi Airport, Your tour representative will meet you andTransfer to Agra. Checkin in the hotel and Visit Sikandra, the amazinggrave of Akbar, the Jahangir Mahal, Khas Mahal, Sheesh Mahal andDeewan-e-Am. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Day 02 Agra to Jaipur (250 kms/5 hours)
After breakfast, check-out from the hotel and visit the Taj Mahal, one of theSeven Wonders of the World. Later, drive to Jaipur. En-route, visit theimperial ‘Ghost City’ of Fatehpur Sikri. Within it, lies the tomb of the greatSufi saint Salim Chisti. It houses the Panch Mahal and the Buland Darwaza,two of the many excellent representations of Mughal architecture. After thevisit, you will go as far as Jaipur, the cap of the country Rajasthan, which isalso popularly known as Pink City. On arrival in Jaipur relax andstay overnight in the hotel.Note: Taj Mahal is closed for visitors on Friday. In case your visit to the Tajfalls on a Friday as per the itinerary, we will arrange it for the next morning.
Day 03 Jaipur Sightseeing
After an early breakfast, you will drive to Fort Amber. On the way, you willstop to visit the city’s landmark, the Hawa Mahal. Next, you will visit JantarMantar. Return to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 04: Jaipur to Delhi ( 260 km/4 h 52 min)
After breakfast, check-out from the hotel and proceed to Delhi check-in process.Your first day’s tour will include visiting the cremation site of MahatmaGandhi- Raj Ghat and its neighbouring memorials. After sightseeing, youwill be allowed to do shopping or carry on other activities. You will returnback to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 05-06: Delhi Sightseeing.
On the second day in Delhi of the tour, we shall take you around some of thebest-known places of Delhi. Delhi is basically a chaotic city with Mughalarchitecture at sprawl. In the midst of the 21st-century buildings, you canfind a good picture of the bygone era in the old age buildings. In the firstday of the tour; we shall see some of the remarkable Mughal architecture.The first destination is Humayun’s tomb. If you look at it from a distanceyou will feel like as if the tomb is floating on the gardens it is surroundedwith – an exemplary example of that era. From here we will reach QutubMinar (UNESCO World Heritage Site)– the longest Minaret of India. Onecan also see the Ashoka Stupa in Qutub Minar Complex. From here wereach the Jama Masjid (UNESCO World Heritage Site). We will pass by LodhiGarden and spend some time there as we reach Akshardham Temple. Afterlunch, we shall move on to see the Red Fort from outside. In the evening wewill take you to You will then visit the well-known attractions of Delhiincluding Jama Masjid, Red Fort and Chandni Chowk (local market) forshopping. We will return back to the hotel for dinner and night stay.
Classical Hatha Yoga PranayamaVinyasa Yoga,Kundalini Yoga
Discourse on yoga & life skills
River TourWaterFallRiver RaftingSports ActivitiesHiking at HimalayasOther Sight Seeing
Divine Music Kirtan,Aarti At Ganga
Fitfortunes Holistic Wellness Yoga and Sound Healing School