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One of the most beautiful tropical island systems of the world, the lesser visited Lakshadweep is a world full of incredible charm. Mesmerizing coral reefs spread over 36 islands strung like a string of emeralds….  and an enchanting underwater marine life buzzing beneath a curtain of sheer blue, Lakshadweep is a must visit if you are the type of traveller looking to go off the beaten track.

What’s more? In this ‘all inclusive’ package, we have a host of activities like snorkeling, kayaking and scuba diving all included, so all you need to do is sit back and let us pamper you. If you love miles of virgin, sun kissed beaches and endless stretches of sparkling aquamarine this is one the trip you cannot miss.


1.  Enjoy a ride on a glass bottom boat.
2.  Snuggle up with a book and your favourite music by the lazy, rolling waves.
3.  Get high on adrenaline with a host of water sports like snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking etc.
4.  Feel the wind zip through your hair on a speed boat ride.
5.  Live it up in style as you sit by the beach watching spectacular sunsets,  cocktail in hand.

Dates - Mar 15 to Mar 19, 2014


Take a magical journey through two of Asia’s finest destinations, Vietnam and Cambodia this March.  This fascinating journey through culture, history, traditional Khmer and Vietnamese cuisine and unique sights and sounds will definitely leave you spell bound.

GOTG’s Top 5 Picks

1.  Relax on a traditional boat ride down Vietnam’s Mekong Delta watching life pass by in quaint villages.
2.  Take a trip down history in the Cu Chi tunnels near Ho Chi Minh City. This immense network of underground tunnels was home to the Vietnamese during the World War.
3.  De stress your senses with Cambodia’s signature Khmer massage. Follow that up by watching the delightful Cambodian Apsara dance. The intricate dance movements of the colourfully dressed locals with ornate head gear will actually transport you to paradise.
4.  Watch the sun rise at the mesmerizingly beautiful, ancient temple complex of Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
5.  Shop for Khmer silk, art work made of sea shells and egg shells, lacquer ware and handmade artifacts by local villagers.

Dates - Mar 23 to Mar 30, 2014



Everest Base Camp trek, the world's most awe inspiring and iconic mountain trail trek takes us to the backyard of the world famous Sherpas, the culture of colorful prayer flags and Buddhism, the quaint NamcheBazzar, the Sagarmatha National Park, the mightiest view point-Kala Patthar, Everest Base Camp itself and close to four of the world's six tallest peaks: Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, and Cho-Oyu. Everest Base Camp trek has the reputation of being the grandest walk in the land of the Himalayas. Everest Base Camp trek begins with an inspiring mountain flight to Tenzing-Hillary Airport at Lukla and ends with a return flight to Kathmandu from Lukla.

The trek will be led by Padmashree awardee Premlata Agarwal, the first lady from India to climb the highest peak in every continent of the world.

Dates - Apr 12 to Apr 28, 2014


Bhutan fascinates the mind like no other. Tucked in the heart of the Himalayas and surrounded by its larger neighbours India and Nepal, Bhutan manages to maintain its own unique charm. The country that measures its development by 'Gross National Happiness' and not GDP has proved to the developed world that only materiel wealth cannot be a benchmark of a nation's progress. The country's large forest cover, special laws against hunting and fishing that are zealously followed, concern about not wasting natural resources, have preserved Bhutan as possibly the world's last Shangri La.
Give yourself a treat this summer and take the offbeat route to Bhutan for a really unique experience!

GOTG’S Top 5 Picks

1.   De stress with a therapeutic hot stone bath in a traditional wooden bath tub, where the water is heated by hot stones.
2.   Up your happiness quotient with a trek up to the fabled ‘Tiger’s Nest Monastery perched at the edge of a hill. Just you and the sound of blissful silence.
3.   Did you think only women wore skirts? Giving the Scotsmen and the Bhutanese women serious competition are Bhutanese men in skirts of varying hues.
4.   Did you know that in Bhutan, chillies are not just used as seasoning, but are cooked as an entire dish? Give your taste buds a serious challenge with Bhutan’s famous ‘Ema Datchi’ (Chillies cooked with cheese).
5.   Meet the almost mythical Taikin, an animal that has the head of a goat and the body of a cow assembled by Bhutan’s famous ‘Divine Madman’, Lama Drupa Kuenly.

Dates - 8 May to 14 May, 2014