Mamallapuram India Tours

UNESCO World Heritage Sites of India

UNESCO World Heritage Sites of India
(13 Days / 12 Nights)

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites of India / PC-637 (13 Days / 12 Nights)
Delhi-Agra-Jaipur-Mumbai-Aurangabad-Mumbai-Chennai-Mamallapuram-Chennai

“India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great grand mother of tradition. Our most valuable and most restrictive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only!” The above words by the famous author Mark Twain, summarize the true definition of India. A country which is the birth place of 4 religions and has a legacy of in numerous rulers through the length and breadth its vast region, has many such monuments which mark the impact on its culture and tradition by various rulers and religious leaders. Not surprising hence, that India has about 30 sites already included in the UNESCO world heritage site lists and 30 more are in the pipeline. This itinerary takes you to the most renowned and famous world heritage sites of India approved by the UNESCO, which will give you the breath of Indian culture and tradition as it progressed over the centuries!!

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Delhi
Day 2 : Delhi
Day 3 : Delhi
Day 4 : Delhi-Agra
Day 5 : Agra-Jaipur
Day 6 : Jaipur
Day 7 : Jaipur-Mumbai
Day 8 : Mumbai-Aurangabad
Day 9 : Aurangabad
Day 10 : Aurangabad-Mumbai
Day 11 : Mumbai-Chennai
Day 12 : Chennai-Mamallapuram-Chennai
Day 13 : Chennai
Dravidian Heritage

Dravidian Heritage
(15 Days / 14 Nights)

On Request
Dravidian Heritage / PC-644 (15 Days / 14 Nights)
Chennai-Covelong-Kanchipuram-Mamallapuram-Covelong-Puducherry-Chidambaram-Swamimalai-Thanjavur-Tiruchirappalli-Madurai-Thekkady-Kochi-Guruvayur-Kozhikode-Mysore-Chikmaglur-Shravanabelagola-Bengaluru

South India, stretching south of the Vindhya Mountain ranges down to the coastal areas surrounded by the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea, covers a vast swathe of the Deccan plateau. The states in this region are Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, all four of which have their own languages, slightly differing from each other, but vastly different from the language and culture of the Indian heartland in the North and West. South India has two major claims to being a tourist attraction. Thousands of miles of pristine coastline and sandy beaches, dotted with sea side resorts and the ancient Hindu heritage architecture, temples and remnants of the Indus valley civilization. Boat trips on the backwater canals and protected wetlands, not to mention the health spas and Ayurveda clinics, make for a rejuvenating vacation, and most tourists leave Kerala in much better shape, mentally and physically, than when they came in.

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 : Chennai-Covelong
Day 2 : Covelong-Kanchipuram-Mamallapuram-Covelong
Day 3 : Covelong-Puducherry
Day 4 : Puducherry-Chidambaram-Swamimalai
Day 5 : Swamimalai-Thanjavur-Tiruchirappalli-Madurai
Day 6 : Madurai
Day 7 : Madurai-Thekkady
Day 8 : Thekkady-Kochi
Day 9 : Kochi
Day 10 : Kochi-Guruvayur-Kozhikode
Day 11 : Kozhikode-Mysore
Day 12 : Mysore
Day 13 : Mysore-Chikmaglur
Day 14 : Chikmaglur-Shravanabelagola-Bengaluru
Day 15 : Bengaluru