India Rural Village Tours

India Rural Village Tours, The soul of India said M.K Gandhi rightly, is in its villages, home to 70% of her 125 billion population. With agriculture still being our primary trade, Indian villages are the backbone of our country. Rural India is the epicenter of Indian culture. Through this rural India tour we offer to take you to the untraveled corners of India, serene villages unlike the sprawling crowded cities, rugged and dusty thickets and paths, lush green fields, cattle herds instead of diesel/petrol run automobiles and above all , where emphasis is on human touch and people welcome you with open arms.

Unlike cities, accommodation will be offered in locally managed Homes, Farm Houses and Cottages. Most of these places are well connected by cities via national highways. You can enjoy the thrill of camel ride, horse ride or an ox ridden cart ride. You can also gain a firsthand experience in agriculture with farmers in fields or with various skilled artisans.

Destinations covered under this are:

North East India Rural Village Tours

Rural Village Tours in Dibrugarh, Assam – The largest tea exporting town in India situated on the banks of river Brahmaputra in Upper Assam. Climate here is warm in summers and moderate in winters. Other than tea, Dibrugarh is also famous for its traditional silk. Dibrugarh is well connected by air with major cities of Delhi, Kolkata and Guwahati.

Rural Village Tours in Cherrapoonji, Meghalaya – The second wettest place on earth situated in Khasi Hills Cherrapoonji is famous for its scenic beauty adorned with waterfalls, and best quality pineapples and oranges. The only climate/season here is monsoon.

Special Air Rides via helicopters are arranged by state government to reach Cherrapoonji. By Road its 60 kms ahead of State Capital Shillong and can be reached by buses or taxis.

North India Rural Village Tours

Rural Village Tours in Kullu and Manali, Himachal Pradesh – Once known as end of habitable world both these hill towns are located at the banks of river Beas. Manali is 32 kms ahead of Kullu and famous for ski slopes and Glaciers. Kullu is known for Manikaran Sulphur Water Springs which are believed to have therapeutic effect on skin ailments. Summers here are mild and winters severely cold.

Rural Village Tours in Solan, Rajgarh, Palampur, Kasauli, Dalhousie and Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh – Located between Kalka and Shimla, Solan is also known as mushroom city and has one of the most reputed brewery started in 1935.
Located at 5000 meters above the sea level, Rajgarh is also called the peach valley because of the rich peach plantation in the area.
Named because of the presence of various water streams, Palampur is a beautiful hill station surrounded by Tea Gardens and pine forests.
An Ideal place for bird watching and trekking, Kasauli was founded by British in 19th century as an army cantonment.
Also, founded in 19th Century by British, Dalhousie is named after British General Lord Dalhousie and is constructed on five hills. Dalhousie is famous for its colonial style churches.
Dharamshala meaning holy abode is the headquarter of the Dalai Lama and a very significant Tibetan culture centre.

Rural Village Tours in Bhimatal and Nainital in Uttarakhand – Located in Kumaon hills both these towns are situated around Bhimtal Lake and Naini Lake.

Rural Village Tours in Samode, Rajasthan – famous for Samode Palace and Haveli build by nobles of Nathawat family, the prime ministers of Jaipur Royal Court

Rural Village Tours in Nawalgarh, Rajasthan – With a population of over 100,000 and famous for its forts, palaces and Temples Navalgarh is a rural town in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan, a part of Shekhawati region.

Rural Village Tours in Khimsar, Rajasthan – Bordering the Thar Desert, Khimsar is famous as a village with sand dunes. Khimsar fort is at the very centre of Khimsar village.

Rural Village Tours in Pokharan, Rajasthan – A remote town in Jaisalmer district, Pokharan has a population of 30,000. Surrounded by the vast Thar Desert, Pokharan was also the test site for India’s Nuclear Weapon detonation in 1998.

Rural Village Tours in Rohetgarh, Rajasthan – Close to the Jodhpur district of Rajasthan, Rohet is inhabited by Bishnoi Tribes, known as nature worshippers. A peaceful haven, Rohet is a very popular among tourists.

Rural Village Tours in Daspan, Rajasthan – A small village in Jalore District of Rajasthan Daspan is known for a beautiful 19th century fortress Durjan Niwas.

Rural Village Tours in Siyana, Rajasthan – A small village in Rajasthan, Siyana is a part of Jalore Town and is 36 kms. from Jalore headquarters.

Rural Village Tours in Bera, Rajasthan – Located near Jawai dam, Bera is famous for its sizeable population of leopards. It is also home to various mammals, birds, Bluebull, Crocodiles, Hyenas, Pelican, Geylag Goose, Robin Accentor, Demoiselle Crane and Barheaded Goose among others.

Rural Village Tours in Ranakpur, Rajasthan – Located in Pali district of Rajasthan between Jodhpur and Udaipur, Ranakpur is famous for marvelous Jain marble temples and architectural marvel and a Sun Temple managed by Udaipur royals.

Rural Village Tours in Deogarh, Rajasthan – A popular tourist destination, Deogarh is located in Rajasmand [a rural belt] district of Rajasthan with a population of approximately 20,000.

Rural Village Tours in Bhandarej, Rajasthan – Located in Dausa district 62 kms. from Jaipur, Rajasthan, Bhadarej is home to various monuments from pre-medieval period dated back to 11th century. Bhadarej is also known for its handicrafts, lattice works, unique sculptures and terracotta vessels.

Rural Village Tours in Karauli, Rajasthan – A town dated back from 12th century, Karauli is defended by ravines from north and east sides and a great wall from the other against any foreign invasion.

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