Special Interest Trips
Our special interest trips are designed for people or organizations that like to travel in a style that is uniquely their own. For individuals, it might be planning a special occasion with your friends and family OR combining any of our trips together. For Corporations, perhaps you are looking for a creative way to reward or incentivize your employees or even create an alternative and effective approach to team building. Whatever the reason, we are confident that we can develop the adventure that meets your specific expectations and wishes. For some, it might simply mean reserving one of our existing trips for their private group at a date of their choosing. Others may want to start from scratch and customize an itinerary that is right for them. All you have to do is imagine it and we'll take care of the rest.
Our popular special interest trips are Cultural trips, Overland trips, Angling in Himalaya, Kayaking in India, Corporate team building trips. We also were doing Horse riding trips in India and Himalayas, Bird watching trips, Photography trips, wildlife trips and Motor biking trips in India.
There are very few rules around building your special interest trip. In most cases our only limitations are that groups need to be of a minimum of 04 people. As a guideline, there are two basic steps to the process.
Let us know you are interested in customizing a trip with us. You are free to enter as much information as you'd like, but keep in mind that the more information you provide, the better we will understand your requirements. You can email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Using the information you provided in your questionnaire, we will begin to develop your preliminary itinerary and will contact you with an initial proposal. Depending on the complexity of the request, the process can move quickly or may require some back and forth communication as the process evolves. The initial proposal will contain a short itinerary including accommodations, a departure date, a price estimate and a copy of the terms and conditions associated with the trip.