Where: Eastern Himalayas (West Bengal, India-Nepal border)When: February 14 to 19How long: 6 daysHow much: from Rs 68,750 per person (Indian nationals) when in a group of 8
See one of the cutest animals in the world in their own habitat. The Red Pandas are endangered and elusive and the jungles they live in lush and pristine. The Red Panda Expedition takes you right where they live without disturbing these beautiful animals. The price includes stay at the Habre’s Nest, a rustic but comfortable homestay near the forest, meals, guides, porters and permits.
Read more: https://habresnest.com/reservations/
Magic Tours of India (Mumbai Magic)
Where: MumbaiWhen: Throughout the yearHow long: 4 hoursHow much: Rs 2,500 per person
Let the youngsters of Mumbai show you their city using its famed local transport—black and yellow taxis, red buses, and local trains. The tour starts at the Gateway of India and covers all the must-see places in Mumbai, like Prince of Wales Museum, Kala Ghoda and Dhobi Ghat. Guests get to also try some street food and walk through a bustling bazaar. The idea of the tour is to give visitors an insider’s view of the Maximum City.
Read more: http://mumbaimagic.com/mumbai-local.html
Where: LadakhWhen: January 26 to February 2How long: 8 daysHow much: Rs 72,750
This demanding trek takes you into the heart of Ladakh at its starkest, with the prayer flags fluttering along the trails offering the only respite from the bleak beauty of the region. The trek takes you along mighty rivers and gorges, past ancient chortens and scenic villages. Remember the temperature drops much below freezing.
Read more - https://www.aquaterra.in/trips/markha-valley-winter-trek/
Where: Hyderabad When: December 3 to 6 How long: 4 days How much: from Rs 38,500
What to expect:
Explore not just the rich history of textiles of Hyderabad and nearby weaving centres, but also find out how the weavers and social entrepreneurs engaged in this space are modernising traditional textile crafts in some cases and in others reviving those traditions that are almost lost. While on the tour, guests get to explore Hyderabad’s many markets and built heritage as well as try some delicious local cuisine, including dishes like the famed Hyderabadi biryani.
Read more - http://break-away.in/breakaways/63/woven-trails-through-hyderabad