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Great Rann Of Kutch Festival – Full Moon Glory - Tour
Great Rann Of Kutch Festival – Full Moon Glory
₹ 8,999
4 Days
09 Dec, 09 Dec, 09 Dec, and more
Bandra East, Maharashtra
Great Rann Of Kutch Festival – Full Moon Glory
₹ 8,999
Mr. Bachchan had once said “Kutch nahi dekha toh Kuch nahi dekha!” This quote is true in all aspects. Kutch or Great Rann of Kutch or White Dessert refers to the white salt desert, which is an empty expanse of white salt land and has blue sky above. On the full moon night, watch the entire carpet of salt i.e. Rann of Kutch glow as if in a dreamland. Mix of art and culture, traditions and ancient heritage all come together to deliver a scintillating experience.  During the Rann Utsav, you can experience the superior indulgence of Kutchi culture and live performances. Witness the local artisans weaving traditional artwork and displaying the handicrafts. At Trikon, we also take you for a Bhuj sightseeing tour where you can explore the Havelis and Mahals for the Royal treatment.Shop for Bandani, jewelry and dazzling fabric for an amazing feel. Please Note : Since the full moon is on a weekday, we have tried to schedule our batches on the closest weekends. Event : 9999/-  per person  ( 1999 rs Extra for 3AC Coach Train Tickets ) read more read less
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Udupi Backpacking Tour - Tour
Udupi Backpacking Tour
₹ 7,499
3 Nights 4 Days
23 Dec, 30 Dec, 24 Feb, and more
Kurla, Maharashtra
Udupi Backpacking Tour
₹ 7,499
  “My heart belongs to the ocean to the deep blue seas for all the lost souls who were once alive and free” Malpe Beach  Now that monsoons are about to bid farewell it’s time we move towards the secluded beaches and pristine blue water islands. This September Trikon plans to take you that place where Vasco Da Gama had set his first foot. A place filled with geographical importance and historical remnants is now on our to-do list. St. Mary Island  Situated 4 kms off the quaint cities of Karnataka, St. Mary’s Island is one such gem which is waiting to be explored. Surrounded with white sands, rock monolithic and blue water, this island is truly a dream come true. You can also witness the shoreline from where Madagascar got separated from India, especially the coconut island cocoon. Maravanthe Sangam Beach  Not just St. Mary’s island we also plan to explore Maravanthe Beach where the river and sea jog together. Not just scintillating destinations, you also have to wait for the mouth watering Udupi delicacies Kemmanu Backwaters During our stay at Karnataka, we shall also explore the unknown backwater of Kemmanu Island. If you are dying to see a little version of Kerala’s Backwater then this is the place. Kemmanu Island is a habitat for many birds and fishes. There also lies a suspension rope bridge which adds to the attraction.   read more read less
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Gokarna Backpacking Trip - Tour
Gokarna Backpacking Trip
₹ 6,299
1 Night 2 Days
23 Dec, 30 Dec, 10 Feb, and more
Mumbai, Maharashtra
Gokarna Backpacking Trip
₹ 6,299
Yana Caves - Murudeshwar - Gokarna About Yana Caves The Sahyadri range holds treasures beyond measure. Yana Caves is one such example. Two sooty rock hillocks, made of crystalline limestone can be seen rising sharply above a blanket of green forest. They have been named—Bhairaveshwara and Mohini, after two mythological characters. The former embodies a self-manifested Shiva Lingam while there is an idol of Goddess Parvati inside the latter. The cave temple is also popular for Shivratri celebration by locals. A simple trek of 3kms through a thick, damp forest is all you need to get there. The area is also apt for nature walks to observe its biodiversity.Kudle Beach: Kudle Beach is one of the enowned for its unmatched beauty and mesmerizing charm that you’l ever come across. Flanked by coconut trees, Kudle Beach is a wonderful retreat for the lovers of peace and quiet, and its shaped like the perfect 'C' Paradise Beach: Paradise Beach is also well-known by the name of 'Full Moon Beach', which is about 150 meters in length and out of this almost seventy percent of the beach is entirely covered in rocks. Half Moon Beach:  The name Half Moon is based on its similarities with a half moon. This beach is not connected by road and hence only way can reach the half moon beach is by hiking or motor boats that ply from Om Beach. OM Beach Gokarna It’s not just the shape that defines OM beach, but also the peace and serenity that one feels after landing there. Smooth waves and long shoreline tend to captivate your senses. The top view of this beach distinctively shows the Letter 3, which means OM in Hindi. World’s Tallest Shiva Statue Temple at Murudeshwara Beach At the coastal Arabian Sea, Long and Gigantic Shiva Statue is a divine sight to witness. Explore the temple, as it’s quite huge and it depicts many mythological stories. You can also stroll around the Murudeshwara Beach for Sunset view; it’s quite pristine and clean   Batch 1 : 24th - 25th December 2022 ( INR 6749/- per person ) Batch 2 : 31st Dec - 01st Jan 2023 ( INR 6749/- per person ) read more read less
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Gandikota & Belum Caves Tour - Tour
Gandikota & Belum Caves Tour
₹ 6,799
3 Nights 4 Days
30 Dec and 03 Feb
Kurla, Maharashtra
Gandikota & Belum Caves Tour
₹ 6,799
Gigantic Gandikota – Grand Canyon of India – 13th century formation Situated at Andhra Pradesh, Gandikota is termed as the Grand Canyon of India. It is no less breathtaking as compared to the Grand Canyon in USA, and it goes one scale up if you were to imagine the backdrop holding a sprawling lush green backdrop surrounded by huge Rocky Mountains and beneath flows the Pennar River. Sit on the rock and capture the panoramic view as it’s an epic Geographical creation that will force you to give an awestruck view. The Gandikota fort premises The fort premises look ancient and rustic, all thanks to the promising huge walls that stand as the protector. Its huge gate and immersive structure has witnessed a lot in the past. The Jama Masjid & Chaar Minar Huge held constructions and little minarets at the entrance make both Jama Masjid & Chaar Minar a perfect backdrop and a spokesperson of historical evidences. Imagine yourself surrounded by the great some great music, sprinkling the melody of love. Madhavaraya temple Dedicated to Vishnu,  Madhavaraya temple has protected some small statues and sculptures of Hindu Gods carved over the Gopuram and walls of the temple. Preserving the royal odyssey, every brick and sculptures becharms the magnitude of the old kingdom that once exists there. Ranganatha Swamy Temple The temple was very much ruined but the main sanctum stood on an elevated platform. Despite of withstanding and witnessing so much, this temple has yet not lost the shine and elegance. The Granary Once used for storing grains, the Granary has space for storing a lot of grains and many huge pillars stand erect. The Royal Water Tank It is a perennial spring irrigating some lime and plantain gardens. Just sit besides it and take a deep understanding of how useful it must be for ancient civilizations then. Village The local village is scarcely populated has a school, hospital and their own panchayats. Strolling around the village is permissible, it just adds up to the rustic charm. Remember those bullock carts and playing kids…Oh!! What a nostalgic feeling. Jail & Other Viewpoints There exists an ancient jail, a few tunnels and many viewpoints that give different perspective of the Grand Canyon. Mylavaram Dam & Pennar River View – Walk for 2 kms for strolling around the rivers and spending blissful time. Bewildered Belum Caves – India’s Largest & Longest Caves - Walking through these underground caves will leave you thrilled and give you a bone chilling experience. There’s sufficient oxygen supply and orange rope lights to ensure you enjoy the caving experience. These natural caves were formed centuries ago when Chitravati River penetrated and emerged in making this Geographical mystery. Get to see pot holes and amazing formations all around the caves interiors. Along with geographical mysteries that leave you spellbound, this caves also seem to have historical importance. Many say that Jain Jains and Buddhists monks occupied these caves centuries ago for medidation. At the entrance itself, you’ll get to see a HUGE WHITE MAHAVIR STATUE. Inside the caves, Patalaganga is the key attraction and you have to go 150 ft under the ground level to see it. Cross narrow pavements and crawl around to see those amazing wonders. Event : 6799/-  per person  ( 2500rs Extra for 3AC Coach Train Tickets ) read more read less
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Offbeat Gujarat Trip with Rani ki Vav - Tour
Offbeat Gujarat Trip with Rani ki Vav
₹ 9,499
3 Nights 4 Days
30 Dec and 24 Feb
Bandra East, Maharashtra
Offbeat Gujarat Trip with Rani ki Vav
₹ 9,499
Offbeat Gujarat Trip with Rani ki Vav   Located north west of Ahmedabad and not to be confused with the White Desert or the Rann of Kutch, “Little Rann of Kutch” or simply known as "LRK" can be called as the little brother of the Rann of Kutch. Covering almost 5000 sq kms of area, LRK is a salt marsh and is also a home to the Indian Wild Ass (khur). The Indian wild ass sanctuary or simply known as the IWAS is located inside the Little ran of Kutch.  A stepwell is called as a "Vav" in local Gujarati language. “Adalaj ki Vav” or “Rudadevi Stepwell” is a stepwell located in the village of Adalaj, close to Gandhinagar city. It is considered as a fine example of Indian architectural work. It was built in 1498 in the memory of King Rana Veer Singh by his wife, Queen Rudadevi. “Rani ki Vav” is a stepwell located on the banks of Saraswati River in the Patan district of the state of Gujarat. Constructed in the 11th century it is of the oldest stepwells in Gujarat Once covered with silt, it was rediscovered in the year 1940 and restored to its original form by the Archaeological Survey of India. It is listed under UNESCO’s world heritage site. Rani ki vav is considered as the finest and one of the largest examples of stepwell architecture in Gujarat. The Sun temple of Modhera as the name suggest is dedicated to the Sun God and is located near the city of Mehsana in Gujarat. This temple is built near the Tropic of cancer. The remains of the Sun Temples at Modhera are relics of times gone by. The exclusively carved temple complex and the magnificently sculpted Ramakund are jewels in the art of masonry of the Solanki period apparently which was also known as the Golden Age of Gujarat. 3 Tier AC train ticket available on request at Rs 1500/- extra, over and above trip cost Ex Ahmedabad: Rs 8699/- read more read less
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