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Shubhyatra >> West India Yatra


Location : Across the Thar Desert
Major Cities : Mumbai, Panjim, Pune, Ahmedabad, Nashik
Heritage Destinations : Daman & Diu, Patan, Mahabaleshwar
Holiday Destinations : Goa Beaches, Ajanta & Ellora Caves

A Holiday on The Western Land..Where Fun Is The only Motto

India's royal heritage lies west, blended on the desolete sands of the princely states. Roosting on the lap of Western Ghats, its feet is washed by the pristine waters of the Arabian Sea. With a malliable line of swaying palm-fringed beaches that extends from the warm sands of Gujarat to the warm hearts of Goa, the western part is surely an unsurpassable charisma for every tourist.

Experience The Different Facades of The Western States

Jain Temple, Gujarat
Gateway of India, Mumbai
Anjuna Beach, Goa
Fort, Daman Diu
Daman & Diu

Surfing days, bonfire nights, reggae and rave, white churches weddings, balmy Christmas, Portuguese trails, wildlife poaching in cameras..the list of delights is endless. Each destination on the western heart pulsates at different frequency, but interestingly that matches the budget and interest of every traveller. It's hard to surpass the magic of Mumbai, for you are going to start your holiday itinerary in India only from the treasure trove, the eminent financial capital of the country. Experience the city of glamour, of pretty people, of Bollywood, the model brigade, the Page 3 fashionistas, and the upstarts. All night partying, traffic jams at 3 am, kebab joints open all night..truly the city that never winks.

After the bewitching ambience of Bombay, allow the palm-fringed beaches of Goa charge up your spirits in the basking sun and relax your mind with cool waves. Sail high and feel the kick of winds straight on your face. Or corral the leftover relics of Portuguese heritage strewned all over the domain of Daman, the erstwhile Portuguese seat of prowess. Experience yourself while meditating in the serene and ancient Buddhist caves chiselled out of solid rock on the rugged hillsides - a dramatic contrast from the colourful fairs and festivals in the sun-kissed land of Gujarat. Experience a land that features the dramatic marshy expanses of the Rann of Kutch and congruously Navaratri, the longest dance festival in the world. Savour the sweetness of life with a multi-faceted array of cuisine in some Gujju restaurant. Make the opulent Deccan Odyssey - the newest luxury train initiated by Indian railways - you home for a few days. Relax within a luxurious aroma of modernity while savouring the age-old grandeur of the past darting before your eyes. home for a few daysThe choice is sinewy, for this patch of India entices everyone with a newer surprise everytime.

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Top 5 Reasons to Visit West India

Tourist at Goa Beach

For Beach Leisure
Blessed with a satisfactory golden coastline, Goa provides an excellent range of beaches to suit everybody's needs. Some beaches are unspoilt pristine stretches of sand, ideal for the solitude seeker, while others pulsate with crowds basking in the brilliant sunshine.

For Beach Adventure
The ebullient waves of the Konkan coast offer a lot of hot-blooded water sport opportunities including snorkelling, kayaking, water-skiing, sailing, wind-surfing and fishing. Fly high, dive deep or simply lay on the chaste sands and gift yourself a new colour.

For Exclusive Heritage
Far from the hustles of crowds and holidayers, the western part also pampers some heritage monuments that still recite the erstwhile glory of the ancient kingdoms by means of exquisite art. Portraying a timeless art that still enthralls every visitor, many of these monuments have been listed in the world heritage site list.

In Search of Holy Spirits
Your search for spirituality should apparently meet an end here. Meditate by the shimmering waters of Godavari, float earthen lamps on the bathing ghats, bow to the sacred shrines that line the pristine river banks in the city that hosts the revered Kumbh Mela in every 12 years.

For An Undying Shopping Spree
If you are a shopping afficianado, it's better if you carry large bags with yourself during your holidays in West India. Handlooms, handicrafts, ivory crafts, cane artifacts, ornaments, delicacies..everything to groom you up, inside out.

Best Selling Yatras (Tours)

» Rajasthan and Goa

Rajasthan Cultural DanceFeel like a king in the royal palaces of Rajasthan and with a memorable camel safari on the pristine dunes of Thar before you listen to your heart and enjoy the sands of Goa beaches.
Duration: 13 Days / 12 Nights
Price Starts From: US$ 499

» Caves and Beaches

Ajanta Caves, AurangabadReveal a unique cultural heritage in the poetry carved in Ajanta and Ellora caves and tell the tales to the silvery sands on a high adventure trip on Goa beaches.
Duration: 10 Days / 9 Nights
Price Starts From: US$ 399

» Unforgettable South & Beaches

Goa - BeachesLive life at Goa beaches, chase your dreams in the temples of Tamil Nadu and lose yourself in the spine-chilling jungles of Kerala with the unforgettable South tour.
Duration: 17 Days / 16 Nights
Price Starts From: US$ 999

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