Exploring Sacred India – Yoga/Safari

Join us on this magical cultural and spiritual journey of India where all levels and abilities will be catered for,beginners are welcomed to experience an authentic taste of India with traditional Yoga practice as part of your journey.


  • Explore India’s diverse mix of cultures
  • The colorful bazaars, spice markets and chaos of Old Dehli
  • Visit one of India’s oldest Yoga Ashrams  in  the foot hills of the Himalayas
  • Learn about the ancient physical and mental practice of  Yoga
  • Witness the spiritual evening worship along the Ganges River
  • Search for elusive tigers and wildlife  in Ranthanbore National Park
  • Visit  the Pink City of Jaipur
  • Gaze with awe at the beauty of Taj Mahal as it shimmers and floats in front of you at sunrise.


  • The services of a Specialist Tour  Guide
  • Services of a trained Hatha Yoga Instructor
  • All tours specified
  • Game Drives
  • train and transfers
  • Twin/double accommodation
  • All inclusive of meals
  • Bottled water on tours and activities
  • Park fees


Day 1 – Delhi

Today you will arrive at New Dehli Airport and will be transferred to your hotel. (Please note International flights excluded)

Day 2 – Touring Old and New Delhi

Start the day with Yoga at Logdi Gardens, Breakfast back at the hotel. Today we spend time exploring Touring Old and New Dehli. The Unlikely juxtapositions of the old and new are seen everywhere in Delhi – bullock-carts and cars; hand-pulled trolleys and trucks; swanky burger joints and roadside golgappa ‘watery Indian bread’ carts; buses and rickshaws; suits and traditional Indian wear. Delhi is said to have been destroyed and rebuilt seven times during the reign of different royal dynasties, hence the legend of the “seven cities of Delhi.” Much like its hybrid culture, Delhi’s architecture is a fascinating mix of Indo-Saracenic monuments and a new urban metropolis.  Its historic heart, Old Delhi, is a dense network of narrow alleys and tightly packed markets and houses while New Delhi conceptualized by the British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens and designed by Hebert Baker is symmetrical, lined with rows of trees, wide roads and grand colonial buildings. Also known as ‘Dilli’ by the locals, the smells, sights and sounds of this city sweep your senses, disorienting and fascinating you at the same time. Gateway to the rest of India, Delhi is a truly cosmopolitan city and set to leave a lasting impression on every visitor.

Overnight Breakfast Lunch and Dinner included

Day 3,4,5 – Rishikesh – Yoga Ishram

An early morning start to catch the train for our onward journey to Rishikesh, where we will stay at one of India’s oldest Ishrams. This twin city is situated at the confluence of the Chandrabhaga and the Ganges River, It is known as the starting point of the holy Char Cham Pilgrim Route. Muni Ki Reti lies upstream from the Triveni Chat and is said to be a blessed site since ancient sages meditated here. Participate in the daily activities at the Ashram.

Overnight Breakfast Lunch and Dinner included

Day 6,7,8  –  Rishikesh – Ranthambore National Park  

During the day we explore various temples Laxman, Jhula, Ram, Geeta Bhawan and in the evening we enjoy the spectacular view of Aarti at Parmarth Niketan on the banks of the river. Hundreds of devotees come together to worship the holy Ganges with incense, flowers and lighted oil lamps amidst the sounds of chanting and devotional music. After dinner we board the overnight train.

Ranthambore National Park lies in the shadow of the Aravalli and Vindhya mountain ranges , its razor sharp ridges , deep boulder filled gorges , lakes and jungle are the perfect habitat for Tiger, Jackal, Hyena and various species of deer. Here we spend time on Safari in search of the elusive Tiger and other Indian Wildlife.

Overnight Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included.


Day 9,10  – Jaipur

While in Jaipur we will visit the Amber fort built for the Rulers of Rajasthan , a journey through the fort showcases the extravagant lives of the Maharagas of the city. Visit the Jantar Mantar, the astronomical observatory built for the maharaha 300 years ago and still in use today. Wonder through the bazaars of the old city which offer a vibrant array of goods from clothes, to fabrics, jewelry and leather goods. Cars, and cycles, camels, elephants and cows ply the streets interspersed with women brilliantly colored saris.

Overnight Breakfast Lunch and Dinner

Day 11/12 – Jaipur – Agra

After Breakfast we depart for the city of Agra,  en route visiting Rajastans best kept secret and most impressive monuments, the Abhaneri Step Well and Fatehpur Sikri , an ancient fortified city and Indo – Islamic masterpiece, built from red sandstone , its architecture reflects both Hindu and Muslim forms.

Overnight – Breakfast Lunch and Dinner included

Day 13, Agra  –  Dehli

An early start today to watch the sun rise behind the white marble clad Taj Mahal. It’s perfect proportions and exquisite craftsmanship have been described as “a vision , a dream, a poem, a wonder” Later we will visit the Red Fort, built by Emperor Akbar , which encompasses an enormous complex of courtly buildings and intricate carved archways ( Unesco World Heritage Site)Transfer back to Dehli to connect with your international flight.

Breakfast included today.