Eastern India makes any traveller warm with joy – it’s one region where the forests are in every shade of green possible and the roads wind through dusty towns right before they reach the tea plantations by the rumbling rivers. It has its share of dances and some of the wettest places on earth, all of which are also esconced in a long and tumultuous history, especially in the last few hundred years.
Eastern India is famous for its natural beauty and its rivers. Our favourite journey is the chance to sail from Northern Bengal on the Ganga, right up till the famous Sunderbans where the Brahmaputra meets the Ganga in order to form the largest delta in the world.
For all of you who have enjoyed the best Darjeeling tea in your kitchens, here’s your chance to walk through tea plantations in Darjeeling and indulge in some luxurious tea-tasting. A little bit of history gets lived every time we take you through the old coffee shops and grand colonial buildings in Kolkata – they’ve had a unique role in the life of the city itself. There’s also something for animal lovers on a trip to Orissa – we call it following the fish!
From the Royal Bengal Tiger in the Sunderbans Delta mangroves to the beauty of Darjeeling, it’s all possible. Because we do it all the time!