Trips in December
Rajasthan, land of Royalty and legacy that the Kings based have delivered. The land of bravery and heritage, havelis and captivating forts bespoken by the legendary kathas never fail to give you goosebumps! Trikon this year embarks to the land of Raja, Maharaja and their Maharanis. We promise to take you along some beautiful forts, havelis, geographical beauties, temples and ruins of the unspoken lands of Rajasthan…yes the unseen and the forgotten Rajasthan. That’s why we call this trip the “Offbeat Rajasthan”. This isn’t the cliché Rajasthan trip where you’ll be dipped and soaked in the culture, but it lets you soak and absorb the unheard history, dance and sing your heart out and also takes you back to the era that’s left way back. Come join us as we explore the hidden gems of Rajasthan. About Bundi – Rajasthan’s Best Kept Secret! This little kindom is known for its famous water reservoirs, architectural style forts, mahals, Havelis and stepwells. It’s a bizarre laid back town which carries the beauty of left behind love and forgotten names. Queen of Hadoti, Bundi is also called by this name. Bundi has also been a great source of inspiration for Rudyard Kipling who wrote his art works in the palace of Bundi. Cherry on the top, we are staying back at this beautiful place it’s definitely gonna take your breath away. About Kota’s Grand Canyon – HAR HAR Mahadev Ever wondered how does the Chamba Nadi look like? What made the Greatest of all Shiva to be precisely placed at the edge of the cliff temple? What makes Kota’s grand canyon as one of the most captivating destination ever? Why backpackers never fail to visit this destination on the trip to Rajasthan? Well, an answer to all these questions is the destination itself. Spread your arm and click a panoramic view picture. This huge and magnificent Grand canyon of India is another Rajasthan’s best kept secret which will be unveiled by us. Overlooking the Chamba river, Garadia Mahadev is indeed a charm-loved destination in Rajasthan. About Chittaurgarh - The prominent Padmavati Queen and her Kathas Considered as India’s largest fort, Chittorgarh fort acts as a boundary to the city. Perched on a high hill, this fort was unbreakable and undefeatable. Queen Padmavati resided in this fort and performed Jauhar and became the ever worshipped queen in Chittor. Rest, the movie Padmavat has already sung the bravery of Raja Ratan Singh. Words fall short to describe the beauty of this destination. Come let’s do this one time and touch the hidden places of Rajasthan. Mumbai to Mumbai Cost: 7999/- per person ( Sleeper Coach Train Tickets ) Mumbai to Mumbai Cost: 10999/- per person ( AC Train Tickets )
About Stargazing Astrologers use them to predict future and sailors follow them to navigate high seas. Stars, despite being tiny dots in the sky, store a plethora of information about worlds beyond Earth. From astronomy to mythology, stars have contributed to every field of knowledge. Hidden among those constellations, are trivial but interesting facts and stories. Unravel these mysteries on a fun trip to a village on the foothills of Sahyadri's. Enjoy Stargazing away from the city lights and pollution. There will be games, music and yummy local food to add fun to the cool pleasant night. About Dehne Located near Mumbai in the interiors of Maharashtra, Dehne Village serves as a base village for famous treks in the Sahyadri range. Away from the lights and air pollution of Mumbai, Dehne offers a clear sky, making it a perfect location for Stargazing. By dawn, the skyline glows against a silhouette of Ajoba Hills and a setup of a sleepy, serene village. A wide, open, unobstructed view of the sky can help photographers try their hand at Star Trail photography too! Please Note : Stargazing is completely dependant on sky conditions, in case of a cloudy sky or any other natural/human-influenced phenomenon stargazing may not be possible. Under such circumstances, Trikon will not entertain claims for a refund. Price: Rs.2199 (Ex Asangaon) Price: Rs.1999 (For Kids Aged 4 to 8) Price: Rs.1899 (Without Transport Directly At Base) Price: Rs.1699 (For Kids Aged 4 to 8 Without Transport Directly At Base) Twin Sharing Accommodation : 100 rs per person
Unleashing Nature’s Paradise – Monpa Mountains Arunachal Pradesh, often known as "Land of the Dawn-lit Mountains," is the most isolated state in India and the first Indian territory to welcome the rising light. This stunning country, which is situated on the north-eastern tip of India and has borders with China, Bhutan, and Burma (Myanmar), is blessed with a stunning variety of flora and fauna that is guaranteed to entice any visitor. The deep woods of Arunachal Pradesh are home to more than 500 rare types of orchids. The misty hills, glittering rivers, and gushing waterfalls add to this wonderful land's splendour. The Kalika Purana and the renowned Hindu epic Mahabharata both make reference of Arunachal Pradesh. It is thought to be the Puranas' Prabhu Mountains. Arunachal Pradesh is said to have been the location where King Bhishmaka created his kingdom, Sage Parshuram washed away his sin, Sage Vyasa meditated, and Lord Krishna wed his bride, Rukmini. The Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, which has been ruled by numerous strong dynasties and kingdoms, is covered in countless historical monuments and archaeological ruins that attest to its illustrious cultural legacy. A revealing journey through one of the planet’s last thriving natural paradise, this trip provides a simple insight into distant lifestyles and cultures of the people. Drive through the dainty pretty towns and wave at the amazing people on your way through the beautiful natural landscapes. Let the gentle, friendly, courteous, industrious, good to nature and amazing people of Monpa, influence you and provide you an insight of the compassionate Lord Buddha. Take a dip in natural hot springs or experience the adrenaline rush as you walk on the suspension bridge above the ferocious Tawang River, the activities offered by nature on your trip to Monpa is way higher than one’s imagination. Free yourself and keep your worries at bay, as you are about to experience nature’s heaven, within the folds of Himalayas. Please Note : Trikon. Booking refundable air tickets through reputable platforms like Make My Trip or Yatra Portal is indeed a wise choice, especially for flexibility in travel plans. It's important to prioritize peace of mind, particularly in the face of potential last-minute changes or cancellations.
Trikon is all set to welcome you to the land of boulders, stone architecture and ancient temples that was built way back in 1500 AD. Listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hampi was one of the richest and largest cities in the world during its prime time in the ancient days. Situated on the banks of River Tungabhadra, Hampi is a remarkable tourist destination where travelers all around the globe come to sink and absorb the laid back culture and listen to all the mysteries katha from the history. Solitude lovers and photography enthusiasts would love to stroll around more than 20 ancient heritages and hill tops where sunset never looks the same. Beautifully preserved and maintained by Archeological Excavation of India, a Tour to Hampi amidst the muddy roads and paddy rice fields will sooth your senses and take you back in time. Badami Caves Boasting about the Buddhist architecture and sculptures of Lord Vishnu, the Badami Caves are majestic and sure to mesmerize you with its huge boulders. The caves over look Agastya Lake and many small hillocks that carry a hypnotic charm. Enroute, if you’re lucky enough you’ll spot multiple sun-flower fields making your journey worth-while. Pattadakal & Aihole Numerous grassy landscapes and wide spread over acres of land, Pattadakal & Aihole are another set of temples where we’ll take you along for a spellbound experience you’ve never experienced before. These destinations are indeed underrates and far away from day to day chaos. Just be there and absorb the culture that exists, the Chalukya Empire has a bunch of stories still remain untold even to the locals. Interesting facts about Hampi: Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire in the 14th century and was one of the richest and largest cities in the world at that time. The city was founded by two brothers, Harihara and Bukka, in 1336 AD. They established the Vijayanagara Empire which ruled South India for over 200 years. Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is famous for its well-preserved ruins, temples, and monuments. The city is spread over an area of 26 square kilometers and has over 500 monuments. The most famous monument in Hampi is the Virupaksha Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is still in use today and is one of the most important pilgrimage sites in South India. Hampi was known for its trade in precious stones, spices, and textiles. The city was also famous for its skilled craftsmen who created beautiful sculptures, carvings, and jewelry. Hampi is located on the banks of the Tungabhadra River and is surrounded by hills and boulder-strewn landscapes. It is a popular destination for trekking and rock climbing. The city was destroyed by the Deccan Sultanate in the 16th century and was abandoned. The ruins of Hampi were rediscovered in the 19th century by British archaeologists. Hampi is also known for the Hampi Utsav, a three-day festival held in November every year. The festival showcases the rich cultural heritage of the region and attracts visitors from all over the world. Hampi is an important site for understanding the history and culture of South India, and it continues to be a popular tourist destination. Places to visit in Hampi: Hampi is a historical city located in the southern state of Karnataka in India. It was once the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here are some of the top places to visit in Hampi: Virupaksha Temple: This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is the oldest and most prominent temple in Hampi. Vittala Temple: This temple is famous for its intricate stone chariot and musical pillars that produce different sounds when tapped. Hampi Bazaar: This market was once a bustling center for trade and commerce in the Vijayanagara Empire. Matanga Hill: This hill offers a panoramic view of Hampi's landscape and is a popular spot for watching sunsets. Lotus Mahal: This palace is known for its beautiful architecture and was once used as a recreational palace by the royal family. Elephant Stables: This structure was used to house the royal elephants and is a fine example of the Vijayanagara style of architecture. Queen's Bath: This bathing complex was used by the queens of the Vijayanagara Empire and is a great example of their luxurious lifestyle. Hampi's Royal Enclosure: This area was once the seat of power for the Vijayanagara Empire and includes several structures like the Mahanavami Dibba and the Hazara Rama Temple. Sanapur Lake: This beautiful lake is located near Hampi and is a great spot for picnics and boat rides. Shopping to do from Hampi: Hampi, located in the Indian state of Karnataka, is a popular tourist destination known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and beautiful landscapes. If you are wondering what to buy, here are some suggestions: Handicrafts: Hampi is known for its beautiful handicrafts made of metal, wood, and stone. You can buy intricately carved sculptures, decorative items, and jewelry. Banana Fiber Crafts: Banana fiber products like bags, mats, and baskets are popular souvenirs in Hampi. These items are eco-friendly and unique. Spices: Hampi is a great place to buy authentic Indian spices like turmeric, cardamom, cinnamon, and pepper. These spices are of high quality and can be used to add flavor to your meals. Traditional Clothing: Hampi is a great place to buy traditional Indian clothing like sarees, salwar kameez, and dhotis. You can find a variety of designs and fabrics to choose from. Paintings: Hampi is a hub of art, and you can find beautiful paintings depicting the rich history and culture of the region. These paintings are available in different sizes and styles. Handmade Paper Products: You can also buy handmade paper products like notebooks, journals, and diaries. These products are made using traditional techniques and are environmentally friendly. Ayurvedic Products: Hampi is known for its Ayurvedic products like oils, herbs, and skincare products. These products are made using natural ingredients and are great for your health and skin. Musical Instruments: If you are a music lover, you can buy traditional Indian musical instruments like tabla, sitar, and harmonium in Hampi. These instruments are beautifully crafted and have a unique sound. Overall, Hampi has a lot to offer in terms of shopping. You can find a variety of unique and authentic products that are perfect souvenirs to take back home. Above dates not possible? Contact us & we promise to customize above itinerary as per your convenience. Call now on 9820022466 or drop an email on firstname.lastname@example.org Batch 1 : Friday Night , 23rd Feb to Wednesday Morning , 28th Feb 2024 Batch 2 : Friday Night , 22nd March to Wednesday Morning , 27th March 2024. Mumbai to Mumbai by Sleeper Coach Non AC Train Tickets: 13999/- Mumbai to Mumbai by 3AC Train Tickets: 17999/- Hospet to Hospet ( Train Ticket Not Included ): 12999/- Please Note : AC Tickets is depend on the availability , Incase for any reason we are not able to provide AC tickets , then we will provide you confirmed sleeper coach train tickets and difference in fare will be refunded back to your account in 3-5 working days.
Bhutan often revered as the “Land of the Thunder Dragon” or ‘Druk Yul’, is still regarded as one of the last “Shangri-La’s” in the Himalayan region because of its remoteness, its spectacular mountain terrain, varied flora and fauna and its unique ancient Buddhist monasteries. It is in the relatively unexplored pockets of Asia, which allows only a limited number of discerning travelers in order to preserve its fragile environment and culture in its magical purity. Reaching Bagdogra Airport on your own : 46,999/- per person ( Inclusive of 5% GST ) Mumbai to Mumbai by Air : 64,999/- per person ( Inclusive of 5% GST ) Mumbai to Bagdogra and Bagdogra to Mumbai time: Mumbai to Bagdogra Departure from Mumbai : 08.10 Hrs Arrival at Bagdogra : 10.55 Hrs Bagdogra to Mumbai Departure from Bagdogra : 11.30 Hrs Arrival at Mumbai : 14.30 Hrs
Welcome to the ultimate adventure in Vietnam, where your wildest dreams come true! If you're a traveler who craves exploration, revels in new cultures, loves to party, and has an adventurous spirit, you've arrived at the perfect destination. Prepare to be amazed as Vietnam unveils its diverse tapestry of experiences. From tranquil cities that soothe your soul to mesmerizing vistas that will take your breath away, this country has it all. Lose yourself in the captivating blend of ancient heritage and UNESCO sites, coexisting harmoniously with aweinspiring modern architecture. Calling all shopaholics! Vietnam beckons you with a plethora of shopping spots and endless options to indulge your inner fashionista. And if relaxation and pampering are what you seek, immerse yourself in luxurious massage parlors that will rejuvenate your mind, body, and spirit. Whatever your heart desires, Vietnam has it in abundance. The moment you set foot in this remarkable country; you'll embark on a nostalgic journey of a lifetime. Don't hesitate, as the opportunity to embark on this exhilarating adventure is just a click away. Hey Folks! If you live in Bangalore, Hyderabad , Chennai , Pune or Mumbai, Just Book your Flight ticket to reach Ho Chi Minh Airport (SGN) by morning 8:00 AM Please note 5% GST and TCS will be extra on final bill as per Indian government rules Please Note : Booking refundable air tickets through reputable platforms like Make My Trip or Yatra Portal is indeed a wise choice, especially for flexibility in travel plans. It's important to prioritize peace of mind, particularly in the face of potential last-minute changes or cancellations.
If you are somebody who finds solace in travelling and exploring new destinations, Kashmir’s incredible beauty will sweep you off your feet. Often referred to as “Paradise on Earth”, it would be safe to say that Kashmir is a mirror image of God’s home! Geographically, Kashmir is nestled in the north-west region of India in the Himalayas. However, the majestic trees of Chinar, lush greenery of pine tree and apple orchards, the soothing smell of saffron and the mesmerising sound of the Santoor will make it easy for you to locate Kashmir. The capital of Jammu and Kashmir is Srinagar, which is the most visited travel destination. On one side Kashmir is filled with picture-perfect landscapes, and on the other hand there are various untouched terrains will surely to hypnotise you. During winters a thin icy sheet will cover the valleys and the mountains, and during the summer the sunlight adorns Kashmir in a blanket of fresh and luxuriant greenery. In which season you make a visit, this place will not disappoint you. You can indulge in various activities in Kashmir such as ice-skating, skiing, river rafting, shikara ride or trekking. There are also many temples located amidst the hills for you to visit and seek blessings. You can also indulge in the lip-smacking local cuisines or shop the beautiful handlooms, woollen garments or Pashmina shawls. You can take home wooden furniture or intricately carved local handicrafts as gifts and souvenirs. So, what are you waiting for? The magical weather, blissful aura and picturesque views are awaiting your presence. Batch 1 : 31st March – 06th April 2024 Batch 2 : 07th – 13th April 2024 ( Tulip Special Batch ) Batch 3 : 14th – 20th April 2024 ( Tulip Special Batch ) Please Note : Booking refundable air tickets through reputable platforms like Make My Trip or Yatra Portal is indeed a wise choice, especially for flexibility in travel plans. It's important to prioritize peace of mind, particularly in the face of potential last-minute changes or cancellations.
Kumaon Backpacking Trip Uttarakhand Choosing travel to escape time is passé! Instead, have you ever experienced a trip to a hamlet where time freezes, your mind comes to a standstill, but your heart can’t help but dance with delight, and your eyes stare over the pristine beauty and purity? If not, welcome to Kathgodam! Kathgodam is a picturesque and quaint village in the Kumaon region of Nainital, Uttarakhand. This village is also called the “Gateway of Kumaon Village”, but the word “Kathgodam” actually means “Timber Depot”, making it the trade and commerce hub in the Himalayas. Apart from scenic spots from a fairy tale, Kathgodam is home to a variety of tourist locations, thrilling activities and spiritual abodes. Therefore, if you are visiting Kathgodam to tick some adventure off your bucket list, you can go kayaking, paragliding, boating, etc. Since Kathgodam is close to the Himalayas, this dainty village also offers exhilarating treks. Some famous ones are Roopkund Trekking, Trekking in Pangot, Om Parvat Trek, etc. Due to a favorable and pleasant climate all year round, families and tourists prefer sightseeing and picnicking near Kathgodam in Nainital, Auli, Bhimtal and Binsar. To pacify your soul, you can also seek blessings at the famous temples here, which are, Kali Chaur, Shitla Devi Temple and Shani Mandir. Kathgodam is mesmerizing, and if you haven’t already, you must plan your next trip here! Please Note : Booking refundable air tickets through reputable platforms like Make My Trip or Yatra Portal is indeed a wise choice, especially for flexibility in travel plans. It's important to prioritize peace of mind, particularly in the face of potential last-minute changes or cancellations.
Perfect escape from all the other touristy destinations. Let’s keep the chaos behind and feel lost in the mystical valleys, bewildered jungles and silvery waterfalls. This Monsoon we take you to the road less travelled, we promise it’s just you and the nature that sinks together to experience surreal bliss. Wayanad – Kerala known as God’s Own country, is an eye pleasing destination where you relax, soak and absorb in the arms of nature. This beautiful hill station is tucked away from the hustle bustle for retaining the natural beauty. Visit eco farms, spice plantation and dance across the tea gardens in a straight out of the movie setting. Located in the innermost part of Kerala- God’s Own Country, Wayanad is a picturesque plateau situated at a height between 700 meters and 2100 meters above the mean sea level nested among the mountains of the Western Ghats on the Eastern portion of North Kerala and on the sides of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka States. It offers a plethora of things to explore right from wild life to tea gardens and spice plantations. Trekking and boating lovers would also indulge in too much fun. Mumbai to Mumbai 3 Tier AC Train Tickets : 14999/- per person
Grade: Medium If you want to do something different this time when you set out to enjoy nature, this beach trek is for you! With every step you take, there will be sound of waves crashing onto colorful rocks, golden sand and breathtaking views with every little hill you climb. Also, did we mention there’s a ferry ride, camping on a beach and sleeping under the stars? Yeah, it’s magical. You might even spot dolphins if you’re lucky! Need we say more? About Kumta-Gokarna Situated by the Konkan Railway route, the trail between Kumta and Gokarna connects more than 10 clean and beautiful beaches on the northern tip of Karnataka. Most are untouched by regular tourists and only shelter few shacks for beach lovers. Start the trail at Kumta, walk through Vannali Beach, Kadle Beach, Nirvana Beach, Paradise Beach, Half-Moon Beach and Om Beach to name a few. End the trek at Gokarna, which is home to a famous Shiva Temple. Please Note: This is a two-day trek covering approximately 15 kms in all. Every participant must carry 2 full bottles of water since there may not be shops or water outlets in between stops. There will be a vehicle to carry luggage like sleeping bags, tents, camping equipment etc. So you need to carry only a day pack for water, food, cap etc. Please divide your luggage in 2 bags accordingly. The bag that is to be left in the vehicle should be locked. Mumbai to Mumbai Cost: 4499/- per person ( Sleeper Coach Train Tickets ) Mumbai to Mumbai Cost: 6999/- per person ( AC Train Tickets ) Kumta to Gokarna Cost: 3499/- per person ( Train Ticket Cost Not Included ). Please Note : AC Tickets is depend on the availability , Incase for any reason we are not able to provide AC tickets , then we will provide you confirmed sleeper coach train tickets and difference in fare will be refunded back to your account in 3-5 working days.
Coorg Backpacking Trip Kodagu, also known as Coorg, is a rural district in the southwest Indian state of Karnataka. In the area’s north, Madikeri Fort has 2 life-size elephant statues at its entrance, plus a Gothic-style church with a museum on its grounds. Nearby, the Hindu Omkareshwara Temple dates back to the 19th century. Farther north are the domed Raja’s Tomb, a burial place of Kodava kings, and cascading Abbey Falls. Dubare Elephant camp is a project undertaken by forest department and Jungle Lodges and Resorts Ltd. This camp has plenty of elephants which are trained under naturalists. A trained Naturalist is at hand to explain the various aspects of Elephant history, ecology and biology. We will explore all these and many others like Nisargadhama, Bhagamandala, Bylakuppe and Talacauvery ,etc to name a few more. Batch 1 : 25th - 28th January Event Cost: 14999/- ( With Sleeper Coach Train Ticket ) Event Cost: 17999/- ( With 3AC Coach Train Ticket ) Event Cost: 13999/- ( Reaching Mangalore Directly )
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. 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. Mumbai to Mumbai by Sleeper Coach Non AC Train Tickets: 6799/- Mumbai to Mumbai by Sleeper Coach 3AC Train Tickets: 9799/- Tadipatri to Tadipatri ( Train Ticket Not Included ): 5799/- Twin Sharing Accommodation will cost 2000 rs extra for each room. NOTE : AC Tickets are depend on the availability, Incase for any reason we are not able to provide AC tickets, then we will provide you confirmed sleeper coach train tickets and difference in fare will be refunded back to your account in 3-5 working days. To get confirm tickets please make sure you book 30-60 days in advance.
Trips in December