This is A perfect experience for those with an interest in simple Indian cuisine . This is Hosted by one of the Rajasthani local family at her simple and traditional home, these are small group classes , where you learn to cook , and then eat what you've cooked.
This is Great Experience in a lovely setting -- you will be greeted by the Elephants and then escorted to a small pond where you bathe their own elephants with the help of the camp staff and mahout, spend as much time with the elephant family, also they will be happy to your all answer that have about the elephants.
Palki Sahib Ceremony at the Golden Temple -- it is done every morning and evening, however visiting it at night when it is magically lit up and witness when the holy book (Guru Granth Sahib ) is taken back to the Temple by the devotes on the beautifully
A guided Walk through the Bazaar -- Cuisine and Crafts" . On this fascinating walk mingle and talk with the locals whilst sampling some of the regions culinary delights try some of the city's most popular street food. Observe local artisans in their workshops Jewelers and silversmiths, gold painters and bangle making experts.
A unique private collection of vintage cars of the House of Mewar - the world's longest serving dynasty .The Vintage & Classic Car Collection is a landmark in the city of Udaipur ever since it was inaugurated in February 2000. The grand limousines and cars showcased in the Collection belong to the House of Mewar and are still in perfect running condition.
A great way to discover life on the Streets of Old Delhi in the early morning. It start at 0630 am, and you can really see the real Delhi and cycle the narrow streets of Old Delhi. You will pass some of the monuments and how people live there and see it with our own eyes.
This experience is just not for the taste, also you will get know how it is prepared . Your expert guide will take you for around 2 hours, where you will enjoy the hygiene, quality of ingredients and of course their delicious food.
Dharavi is the biggest slum in Asia. People from all over India and from all religions live in Dharavi, and while walking through it's narrow alleys, you will see this diversity. Dharavi also has a large number of thriving small-scale industries that produce embroidered garments, export quality leather goods, pottery and plastic.
See a different side of Mumbai on the Dabbawalas Tour ( Lunch Box). Your guide will pick you from your hotel and taken to the Churchgate Railway Station, where you will witness the city's creative tiffin food delivery system. your guide will tell you about the alphanumeric color coding system, why which the lunch boxes are delivered in all over city.