“The Greatest treasures often found in our backyards… Often go unnoticed” goes an old saying. The ancient art form of Warli is one such hidden treasure. Warli is the name of the biggest tribe found in Thane district North of Mumbai. The word “Warli” come from the word “warla” which means ‘piece of land’.
Blending interactions with warli tribesmen, dining in their homes, participating in their daily chores, sharing stories and aspiration; the Rustik Warli Journey reaches a climax when renowned practitioners of this ancient art form share their most intricate facets.
Experience the rural & rustic life at Purushwadi village, which is situated 220 km from both Mumbai & Pune en route to Nasik, in Akole block, Ahmednagar district. This tribal village is inhabited by the ‘Hindu Mahadeo Koli’ tribe. Renowned for as rice cultivators and as skilled animal herdsmen; these villagers are warm, simple & full of wonder. This tribal village is inhabited by the ‘Hindu Mahadeo Koli’ tribe. Renowned for as rice cultivators and as skilled animal herdsmen; these villagers are warm, simple & full of wonder. As the monsoons approach, the village is filled with wonder, as millions of fireflies light up the place.Read More »
Experience the rural & rustic life at Dehna, the home of the most hospitable village community is both rejuvenating and refreshing. Located at 130 km from Mumbai, Dehna falls in the highest rainfall region of Maharashtra. Embark on an adventure set in the midst of India’s heartland nature’s basket. Two days filled with an amazing blend of games, rural activities and rejuvenation, perfect for those looking for a holiday with a difference!Read More »
A fascinating land of forts and palaces, Rajasthan will be sure to charm you with its splendors. Riding through the former princely states will provide an insight into a majestic world as Rajasthan remains a land still connected to its regal past. The vibrancy and colors of Rajasthan will be ever present on this amazing cycle journey as we ride in the once powerful Raj state of pink-hued Jaipur and through the sandy- cultured land dotted by the vivid splashes of colourful turbans, skirts and dupattas.Read More »
Uttarakhand nestled in the Indian Himalayas is well adorned with natural beauty landscape, wildlife and nice people. Much can be done while traveling in the beautiful Indian state. And one of those activities while traveling could be volunteering in various projects locally while living the rustic way and making a difference.Read More »
Thanjavur Marathas of the Bhonsle dynasty were the rulers of Thanjavur principality of Tamil Nadu between the 17th to the 19th century C.E. This travel experience helps you to discover the different aspects of the Maratha influence on the architecture, sculpture, literature, painting, dance, music and theatre traditions of Thanjavur, which was once the capital of the Chola Empire.Read More »
The Cholas were a major dynasty of Southern India who, at the peak of their reign, ruled all of South India and also parts of Eastern India, Sri Lanka and South East Asia. The first Chola dynasty, was called the Sangam Cholas and the second Chola dynasty is known as the ‘Imperial Cholas’ or the ‘Medieval Cholas’. This experience will explore the architecture, art and culture during the reign of the latter.Read More »
Jaipur and its surroundings have a lot to offer to visitors whether its sightseeing, dining, experiencing the unique culture or shopping. Squeezing it into your trip is not easy-but with us you can have the pleasure of customized walks at your convenience. We will show you the ‘real’ Jaipur which comprises of its people, its religions, streets and bazaars.Read More »
Whitewater river rafting and Rishikesh go together. The town is a mix of religion, culture, yoga and of course adventure. Rishikesh was the pioneer in introducing and popularising the sport. Blessed with the natural flow of Ganges and the various rapids therein, one is guaranteed the adrenaline rush and thrills associated with it. A perfect weekend of this rush is just what is required.Read More »