In addition to your main tour, Geoindia can also arrange the following additional activities:
A camel Safari is an opportunity to take part in a thrilling adventure in the “infinite ocean of the sands of Rajasthan, following the smooth path of the Thar desert”.
Venture into the Thar Desert around the cities of Jaisalmer or Bikaner. Camping out in luxury tents, you can spend the night under the desert stars with a roaring camp fire to keep you warm, accompanied by the sound of Rajasthani folk music. A 2 day camel safari will enable you to experience life in a desert environment, and see how some of the village peoples of Rajasthan live and survive in this harsh climate.
Tiger safari in Ranthambhore national park Ranthambhore is a place of ruggedly beautiful contrasts and untamed wilderness. It is situated in the state of Rajasthan with a backdrop of the Aravali Hills. Ranthambhore came to prominence as one of the famous and former hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur.
The tiger reserve is the main attraction, with 22 tigers presently resident in the park. But there is a much more diverse range of wildlife to be found, as the topography of the national park making it an ideal habitat for many varied species.
The beautiful and mysterious ranges of the Himalayas are the ideal sites for a range of short treks. Shimla is one of the most beautiful and sought after hill stations of India. From Shimla you can access a number of treks including the trek up to Shali Tibba the highest peak near Shimla at 3000m.
Trekking in Dharamsala he scenery of Dharmsala offers a stunning backdrop for a range of day treks in the hills around Mcleod Ganj, including the trek to Triund at an altitude of 2875m, returning back to Dharmsala via Bhagu Nag and the local waterfalls.
This self contained overland trip takes you right into the heart of the Himalayas. Going through the roughest of terrains and some high passes, up close to some glaciers and some high altitude lakes, these trips offer unforgettable views and experiences.