Monday, September 17, 2012

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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Wander Globe travels to Tibet

Majestic icy Himalayan peaks direct us to the roof of the world, Tibet. The whole experience is so moving, incredulous and unreal. We are actually heading for one of the most difficult and spiritually evolved places on earth!!
Surrounded by raw rugged mountains that close in this unique land, Tibet has a rarefied atmosphere and its people a unique way of being. It is the land that gives birth to the Indian subcontinents main river systems which span its western, northern and eastern boundaries.

All life here is sacred and the rich esoteric traditions of this forbidden place are embedded deep in the very consciousness of its people. The pure landscape and strong light strike the retina, cascading through the brain. The starkness soon streams out in color wave after color wave of warm orchres, oranges , maroons ,greens, browns whites and tourquoise blues … that gradually begin to wash over  the body, tuning it to a different frequency.

Sonorous chanting stirs something deep as we climb into formidable monasteries, bejeweled with gold, tourquoise, jades .We journey through dark chambers where guardian deities rule and tantric goddesses imbue the world with energy and life.
Always you see time in continuum. In the present is contained the rich traditional past and a glorious awakening of the future. We begin to see the cyclical nature of life in reincarnation after reincarnation. We see nature religion, man and the Buddha all interdependent and integral to what they call ‘life’.

So many eyes in towering statues, exotic thangkas, mandalas directing us from everywhere and leading us to the centre, our centre. Rituals begin to have meaning; superstition gets the support of belief. Man gains pride embellished with beautiful hair ornaments, hairstyles, ringed ears, strong shoes, grim determination in the eyes,and invariably the prayer wheel in hand . Here gods have human attributes and humans become Godlike…

In the Potala Palace we see the flashback of a young pale boy in flowing robes silently racing from one dark chamber to another, trying to peep through the slight windows at the worldly life below.  Little does his innocent brain realize that  he embodies the spiritual hope of the entire land, that on him rests the sanction for every decision, an entire way of being and that he will ultimately decide the fate of this entire land and its people.

That every Tibetan will continue to long for him in the deep recesses of their hearts, even as their altars are deprived of his depiction... In his holiness, the spirit of The Dalai Lama who left Tibet for India when the Chinese arrived still rests the spiritual tradition of Tibet and in this the Tibetans defy both distance and conquest.

The Chinese police standby, while the devout Tibetans continue their prostrations all along the Barkhor, the holy Jokhang temple and the Potala Palace. Heaven, earth, man; mind, body spirit eternally seeks their unity and the prayer wheels are set in motion.  We climb the to see the  awe-inspiring Potala Palace, with its myriad chapels, audience halls Buddhist frescoes, mandalas, golden tombs of previous Dalai Lamas, thangkas, mandalas , Buddhist scriptures and innumerable treasures  And then on to the spiritual centre of Tibetan Buddhism, the holy Jokhang Temple which combines Han, Tibetan and Nepalese architecture.

We enjoy the down to earth Sera Monastery with its very serene atmosphere, and witness a special event of seeing the monks debate. Walking around the traditional Barkhor Street we shop for thangkas, prayer beads and other Tibetan knickknacks.   Everything in Lhasa makes a great frame…the people, the monks, the monasteries, the wall textures, the prayer wheels, the chortens even our hotel room!

Gently flows the Tsang Po (Brahmaputra ) and Lhasa river and the memory of time  is frozen in the silent massive glaciers…We wind the entire length of the  the scorpion shaped lake Yamdrok, which is considered one of the holiest lakes of Tibet, as we drive to Shigatse, the second largest holy city after Lhasa.

The deep tourquoise of the lake and the emerald grasslands dotted with yak and sheep make for some outstanding mountain scenery Mute brown mountains stand like sentinels in these dizzying heights of 5000 plus metres, and we see the occasional Tibetan mastifs and the bursts of colour in heaps of prayer flags fluttering in the icy winds.  A haunting Tibetan feminine voice breaks out from a ringtone of a mobile phone, breaking through the barrier of our bus and echoing into the wide free open spaces…

On the way we stop at Pelkhor monastery in Gyatse, commanded by a large mud fort. Large groups of Tibetans sit together enjoying their picnic hampers and their local beers. The strong sunlight magnifies and illumines everything. And soon our lengthening shadows get swallowed in the deep dark inner chambers of the monastery filled with unimaginable riches and large sized idols of Buddhas and Tibetan masters.

We spend the night in Shigatse, which is largely uninspiring. The mammoth Tashilumpo monastery is located in the old town which has wonderful houses and interesting bazaars. Here we discover a world within a world... It is also the home of the Panchen Lama whom the Chinese wholeheartedly support.

It really does not matter who is who and which God symbolizes what. It is the purity of belief that has us spell-bound. An entire race that added so much life, vigour and colour to a monotonous landscape and involved nature and God in the life of man with such passion and zeal is what captures our imagination and wins our hearts. The mantra Aum mani padme hum resounds through the entire landscape as the the plane circles over Tibet one last time.

Monday, June 11, 2012

China as I saw it

Narrow alleys leading to a wide world
Where dragons rule and tigers roar
and spirits and immortals meet with lion man...
Mystic mountains, clouds and rain
covering horrors of conquests, revolutions and pain...
North, south, east, west, heaven, earth and man
seasons , elements and cycles all leading to
the union of yin and yang...
Primordial energies, essence and  qi
in everything you begin to 'see'...
Changing faces, imperial scenes
economy booming, peasants unseen
Lily-feet women dancing their dreams...
Heavens descending in cascading waterfalls
Earth shooting out through watered fields of paddy
sometimes running riot in the abundant bamboo groves
And the Dao suffusing the mortals in between...
Valuing the old and loving the young
Filial duties, family and piety
Structure, state and society
Confucious embroidered on the silken screens...
Poise and balance and every know how
of calming the senses and stilling the mind
Myriad colourful fish gracefully swimming in a collective gene pool
of evolved consciousness, consuming culture and cultivated lifestyle...
Sweet and sour, salty and spicy
Chopsticks deftly manouvering through a fine cuisine
Where tea is a ceremony and eating an art
And restraint means freedom...
Where nature rules and man is subsumed and
the hands of the clock run you through an opera of time
from celestial beings, to communism and commerce...
Silent masters in ancient temples
gently fingering the zither to produce powerful sounds...
Adept brushstrokes dotting the ancestor tablets
and outlining the future in a fine calligraphy ...

Tuesday, July 26, 2011


The scorched Indian countryside begins to revitalize in July-August, after the life-giving rains. The greens are now one shade deeper, the rivulets are brimming and there is a great sense of plentitude. All of nature seems nourished and soothed. In this season of newness, Wander Globe Inc. advises you to pick ups your bags and reach out to destinations where you can enjoy nature in luxury and full splendor.

While most of India rejuvenates with the heavy monsoon showers, there are many destinations preferable in the monsoons from July-September:

Royal Rajasthan

Ladakh and Zanskar-the moonlit desert

Lahaul and Spiti valley-life beyond life

Ayurvedic Resorts in Kerala

Spiritual Spas in Northern India

Journeying the south-west monsoon: The low pressure belt created by the searing heat of the north Indian plains and the Thar Desert attract the rain-laden winds from the Indian Ocean. The mighty himalayas cause them to rise and the drop in temperature leads to precipitation we know as rain. There is an underlying rhythm and pattern to this much -waited phenomenon. the southernmost state of Kerala is the first to receive these heavenly showers which gradually travel along the the western coastal regions and then the north of india and the entire subcontinent is rain-drenched by the beginning of July.

The most poetic expression of the journey of the Indian Monsoon is celebrated in Kalidas's Meghdoot....where the clouds carry the lovers message across the central Deccan plateau to the High Himalayas. The monsoons are so vital to the being of India and its people and are also often synonymous with love and romance . Beautifully depicted in Indian art and evocative in Indian literature and poetry we have a series of raagas or musical notes that best bring out the mood and the emotional content of the season. All of this can be best experienced in a series of travels we have planned for you to enjoy the monsoons :

Classical tour to Varanasi with the music performances suited to the season

Monsoon in Mandu

The hills are alive with the sound of music- Himachal

Splendid sea, the monsoons and the greens - Goa

Water, water everywhere - Kerala divine

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Monday, March 21, 2011

Hampta Pass, Chandratal and Baralacha Pass Trekking

This trek will take you from the lush, green and fertile Kullu Valley up into the barren high altitude areas of the Great Himalaya. You’ll be following ancient trade routes and shepherds passes and pass beautiful isolated lakes set amongst some of the most beautiful mountains in the world.

Hampta Pass, Chandratal and Baralacha Pass
Difficulty – 4/5 stars
Duration - 13 Days,
Dates – June 1st – 13th, 15th – 27th, July 1st – 13th, Sept 5th – 17th

Day 1 – Arrive Delhi
Our Rep will meet you at the airport and accompany you to your hotel in the centre of the city.

Day 2 – Delhi to Manali
In the morning we take in some of the sights of Delhi before taking the overnight sleeper bus to Manali.


Day 3 Acclimatise around Manali (2050m)
We will take an easy acclimatization walk around the area today. There will be plenty of time to recover from the journey north and in the evening we will have a meal at the hotel and discuss the days ahead.

Day 4 – Manali to Chikka, jeep 1 hour, trek 4-5 hours (3300m)
After breakfast we drive a short distance to Prini and start the trek. We’ll trek for around 4-5 hours, along a good trail passing through pine forests, and arrive at Chikka, our first camp. The camp is situated in the valley floor at around 3300m.

Day 5 – Chikka to Balu Ghera, 3-4 hours (3700m)
The next morning we head up the valley to Balu Ghera. A steady climb as the altitude becomes noticeable is rewarded with fine views back into the Kullu Valley and towards the peaks above Kullu, some 40kms away. It’s a short day of walking and the rest of the day is yours to explore the valley. But beware – balu means bear in Hindi!

Hamta Trek 1

Day 6 – Balu Ghera to Shiragoru, over Hampta Pass, 5-6 hours (3850m)
After leaving Balu Ghera we continue to the head of the valley before a steep ascent takes us onto the Hampta Pass (4280m). We take in amazing views of the surrounding peaks, including the mighty Indrasan and Deo Tibba. We then descend a steep path to our campsite at Shiragoru.

Day 7 – Shiragoru to Batal, 2-3 hours trek, jeep 2 hours (3950m)
We have a short trek of 2-3 hours to reach the road again at Chhatru. On the descent there are fantastic views into the Lahaul Valley and one starts to get the feel of being in real high altitude mountain country. After lunch at one of the roadside dhabas in Chhatru we’ll get into jeeps and drive through the valley. The Lahaul Valley is world renowned for its geological diversity and the journey takes in some spectacular scenery. We'll arrive in our camp at Batal with plenty of time to relax and rest.

Day 8 – Batal to Chandratal via Kunzum Pass, (4300m)
In the morning we'll get back in the jeeps and drive up to the Kunzum Pass (4600m). This formidable barrier between the Lahaul and Spiti Valley gives great views of both valleys. You can really see the differences of the two valleys, Lahual is full of towering snow capped peaks and Spiti has endless vistas of shale slopes rising to heights of 6000m. The colours of the Spiti mountains are continually changing throughout the day and are an amazing feature of this area. After paying our respects at the Kunzum gompa we then head down to Chandratal. It's a easy trail and we’ll arrive at the amazingly barren, but beautiful, Chandratal lake by the afternoon. This holy lake, sitting at 4300m, is surrounded by strangely multi coloured slopes and distant peaks. Again, the rest of the day is yours to enjoy this unbelievable landscape.

Hampta Trek 3

Day 8 – Chandratal to Tokpo Yongma, 6-7 hours (4350m)
The trek now goes into its hardest stage as we head into the high altitude wilderness bordering the difficult CB (Chandra-Bhaga) ranges. During the day we will have river crossings, some tough rocky terrain and, depending on the conditions, a little snow to cross before reaching our camp at Tokpo Yongma. The camp is situated among scree slopes and moraine and is frequently used by the Gaddi shepherds that roam these ranges in the summer season. It’s a long, hard day and the altitude makes it feel a lot longer. We camp at 4350m by the Tokpo Yongma river for a well earned rest.

Hamta Trek 4

Day 9 – Tokpo Yongma to Tokpo Gongma, 6-7 hours (4650m)
Another hard day as we head further north towards Tokpo Gongma. After starting the day with a river crossing we have long day of walking over scree and moraine. The views are spectacular as we follow the Yunam River through the barren rocky valley. We finish the day with a steep ascent to reach the camp by Sarchu Nala.

Day 10 – Tokpo Gongma to Keylong via Baralacha Pass (4900m), 4-5 hours
A fairly relaxing and easier day as we head slowly up towards the Baralacha Pass. It’s a steady ascent taking us through more high altitude arid mountain scenery and then we arrive at the meadows that flank the Baralacha Pass and the Bhaga Valley. Herds of Ibex and Blue Sheep can sometimes be seen on these barren pastures. Finally, after several days of hard trekking we arrive at the Manali – Leh road and take our lift to the hotel in Keylong (3350m). A big meal and a good nights rest are assured.

Hampta Trek 5

Day 11 – Keylong to Manali, 6 hours
Today we take a jeep ride back over the Rohtang Pass to Manali. We have the opportunity to look back on some of our trek as we head up through the western end of the Lahaul Valley. Coming over Rohang we get great views of the Bara Bhangal range and the Hanuman Tibba massif. We should arrive in Manali by the middle of the day and the rest of the day is yours to recuperate. There should be time for a trip to Vashisht to take a soak in the hot springs before your evening meal.

Day 12 – Manali to Delhi, 16 hours
The morning is free to see some of the sights of the local area or spend some time in one of the many markets in Manali. In the evening we will take an overnight bus back to Delhi.

Day 13 – Depart Delhi
We arrive in Delhi in the morning and are taken to our hotel. Evening transfer to airport.

Inclusive – All transport in India, all accommodation, all meals, communal trekking equipment (tents, kitchen, horse/porters..), guide

Exclusive – Travel to and from India, tourist visa, personal trekking equipment (sleeping bag, boots, clothing...), snacks and drinks, personal insurance

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Saturday, December 25, 2010

Let the world, its people and places be an eternal discovery...

As the world gets into a celebratory mood, welcoming the New Year with prayers and hope, we at Wander Globe Inc. renew our wishes and commitments to our clients offering them exciting new discoveries and travels; opportunities to follow dreams through travels in lands unseen. Our travel team has many new offers, sound advise and discoveries galore at great prices and great services. We look forward to servicing your travel needs, anytime, everytime. Do get in touch for unusual Christmas and New Year Packages.

A very Merry X'mas and a new way of being in the New Year!

Tuesday, October 19, 2010


Below the Chandrakhani Pass of the Kullu Valley lies the Village of Malana, a small community of tribal people who have a unique culture and their very own government, being the first known democracy.

Stories reveal how the Greeks under Alexander the Great penetrated as far as Malian village where few soldiers who were left behind from his army intermarried and developed a new and different society called Malana Village Society.

Marriage system in Malana is not so strict like Hindu marriage. No one really marries in the village in the sense that if a boy or a girl develop a liking for each other during the holy village festival, the boy has to pay Rs 20/- to their holy temple. Multiple marriage is the norm and therefore divorce is unknown. There is no age barrier for marriage. A 17 year old boy can marry a 40 year old woman.

The village has its own laws. There has never been police in Malana village and they do not have any respect for outside authority. The village has been divided into two zones for judicial purposes. One is higher court like Supreme Court, which is headed, by the Head Priest and another is Lower Court is headed for the settlement of the minor disputes. At the center of the village is a 816mts platform made out of stone, which is known as the Supreme Court.

Legend has it that Akbar’s men snatched 02 coins from certain pilgrims who had brought coins from Malana and as a result, Akbar’s treasury got polluted and he developed Leprosy. Akbar personally wanted to pay homage to the God Jamlu at Malana and sent his own image along with two coins in question. This image can still be seen in the temple.

The unique geographical location of this village with its ecological diversity enables the people to preserve its biodiversity.

A trek through this region provides excellent photo opportunities, is an ideal spot for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts.

The Moderate 04 days trek and one-day jeep journey starts at Naggar, a short drive from Manali, on the left bank of the river Beas. Care and respect for local custom is essential as one treks through this village with its very reserved social culture.


REGION: Manali, Naggar, Jari Road-ahead and Parvati valley.

SEASON: June to end October
MAX. ALTITUDE: (3600m.)
NO. OF DAYS: 4 DAYS trek and one day journey, Jari to Manali.

HIGH PASSES: Over 01 moderate pass - Chanderkhani (3600m.).
GRADING: A reasonable degree of physical fitness is needed for this trek.
Day 01: Manali Rumsu (2600m.) Trek begins at Naggar 3 hrs. Manali to Naggar by jeep and it is 21 km from Manali. Delightfully situated on a wooded slope and commanding an extensive view of the valley, it is famous for its temples, ancient castle, and the Roerich Art Gallery.

Day 02: Rumsu-Nauya Tapru (below Chanderkhani pass) 3hrs. According to legend thousands of years ago, Jamlu (presiding deity of Malana) was carrying a basket containing Gods of Kullu. When he opened the casket on top of the pass, a very strong wind blew the gods all over Kullu valley to their present abodes. Since then the valley is known as “the valley of Gods”.

Day 03: Nauya Tapru-Malana (2651m.) 4hrs trek. On the top of Chanderkhani Pass one can have a striking view of Deo Tibba overlooking the Malana glen and other snow crowned giants on the Spiti border. Malana comprises two villages about a hundred yards apart. The temple building is considered sacred & no one wearing leather shoes is allowed within its precincts.

Day 04: Malana - Malana dam (Road-Ahead) (1524m.) 4hrs.trek. Today’s trek descends down to Jari in a zig – zag way. A wonderful view of Pin Parvati range of mountains can be seen. 4hrs.journey by jeep or car.

Trek concluded.

What is included
Sleeping bags
Porters – It also depend at what time of the year you are going for trek and what is the current condition. Some time there is snow so the mules cannot be taken. In such conditions we have to take porters.

What to bring

Warm clothes
Windproof jacket
Trekking Shoes
Water Bottle

Best months - April-May-June-September-October

Other activities that can combined

Photography Workshop

Want to book this package? Here are contact details:

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Saturday, October 9, 2010

Kattaikkuttu Gurukulam, Tamil Nadu, South India

Travel Activities, India

In South India, Tamil Nadu, Wander Globe arranges for a visit to a small village near Kanchipuram - called the Kattaikkuttu Gurukulam. It trains underprivileged children in Kattaikkuttu, a ritual/ folk theatre form from northern Tamil Nadu which is sort of like a folk Kathakali - performances happen in villages during different festival and last all through the night. The stories are usually based on episodes from the Mahabharat, though usually different folk variants, so it's very different from the northern version of the epic.

The Gurukulam is the brainchild of P. Rajagopal, one of the most distinguished Kattaikkuttu actors of modern times, and his wife Hanne M. de Bruin, a distinguished Dutch Indologist and Educator. The children learn Kuttu in a residentail setting, and are also home schooled in English, Maths and other subjects. The Gurukulam, which in turn is part of the Kattaikkuttu Sangam, has a lovely seven acre space in a village about eight km from the temple town of Kanchipuram, which includes a comfortable (though not luxury) guest house suitable for Indian and international travellers, and as part of their fund raising intitiative they regularly host different groups for whom they organize special Kuttu demonstrations and performances in addition to visits to the temples in Kanchipuram town and around the district.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Visiting Rajasthan is an unforgettable experience

Rajasthan, known for its royal beauty, is called as land of emperors. The very thought of Rajasthan flashes through our mind the picture of majestic forts, exotic palaces and rich architectural heritage, vibrant people, bright & colourful attire and camels moving through the sand. There are many heritage hotels in Rajasthan where you can stay. You can also go for a camel safari and enjoy the rustic charm of Rajasthan.

Rajasthan has host of memorable tourist places to offer. Udaipur, Jaipur, Pushkar and Jodhpur are some popular destination of this majestic state of India. The uniqueness of Rajasthan lies in the lingering flavour of medieval times in the rich art and crafts, colourful markets and vibrant people. The sight of camels, oxen, elephants on the road of villages and towns adds to the medieval touch. Visiting Rajasthan is an unforgettable experience. Wanderglobe offers following tour packages for Rajasthan:

Thursday, September 23, 2010


Wander Globe Inc. has planned a series of tours for young and old, for individuals and groups in October. Our experts can also customise a tour for you anywhere in India, to suit your individual and group requirements.

Enjoy a unique, exciting and educational trip, suitable for adults and kids, during your holidays for the Commonwealth Games:


- Pick up from bus stand and transfer to Manikaran (1700 mts., 36 kms)
- Check into guesthouse and rest for a couple of hours.
- Evening visit to the Gurduwara with relaxing Hot Springs.

- Transfer to Barshani (40-50 min. drive)
- Trek from Barshani to Kheerganga (3070 mts.) along the ‘Parvati river’ , through a lush forest enjoying some of the most beautiful, natural, and mostly untouched surrounding views. The walk is a gentle slope for most of the 4-5 hrs.
- Kheerganga being a holy spot consists of a 360 degree view of the surrounding peaks and perfect hot springs to relax your tired body after a day of trekking.
- Overnight stay at camp with a campfire in the evening.

- Walk back to Barshani and transfer to Manali (2000 mts.). Drive approx. 4 hrs.
- Relax at guest house/ hotel on arrival and an evening excursion to the market area.

- Full day adventure including-
- Canyonning (absailing down a waterfall, fully equipped with wetsuits, helmets, and all the other safety requirements, plus a guide). Overnight stay in Vashisht

- Early morning fishing excursion along the Beas river -3-4 hrs to learn the art of fishing in the river with an experienced guide.
- Evening at Vashisht sulphur springs and night walk .
- Overnight at Vashisht

- A visit to the famous Hadimba temple and a trip to the Nagar Castle and Roerich’s art gallery (18th century)
- Evening bus back to Delhi – Volvo.

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Sunday, May 16, 2010

Himalayan Adventure Tour - Mesmerizing Mountains & Mysticism

Wanderglobe in association with Wanderland Inc. is organizing a unique Himalayan Adventure Programme for kids and young adults. The 12 Nights/13 Days programme shall start on May 31st this year.

The tour will take you to the breathtaking mountains of North India’s Zanskar, Ladakh and Great Himalayan ranges. The route will pass through unparalleled scenery and exceptional immersion. Our Himalayan Adventure offers strong, well-conditioned students a remarkable opportunity to explore remote, rugged valleys and high passes amidst the most phenomenal mountain ranges in the world. Adding to the remarkable setting for the program is a cultural backdrop of the Ladakhis and the Tibetans—nomads, herders, farmers, and hardened religious followers.

Staging the program out of Leh, the capital of Ladakh, we offer students immediate and intimate engagement with various development roups and projects on ecology. We visit the prominent monasteries of Hemis and Thikse, and have the chance to explore in greater depth the cultural heritage and religious traditions of the local population by living with families in a selection of nearby mountain communities.

Safely acclimatized to our average 12,000-foot elevation—we journey onwards and upwards into the surrounding Zanskar region. Here, jagged peaks and windswept drainages compose a raw, arid landscape that cradles small and seldom visited communities that are seldom seen by outsiders. Alongside thunderous rivers and in the shadow of the earth’s highest mountains, these villages run as they have for centuries, sustained by limited farming, yak and sheep husbandry, trade, and the patronage of monasteries. With many of these villages cut off from the rest of the world by high passes, the traditional culture and Buddhist heritage have been well preserved.

During our time in the mountains, we begin to shift our focus from the region’s social and historical landscape to expedition planning, high-altitude travel, and minimum-impact camping. Trekking through the cloud-stripped mountains, we encounter monasteries draped in ghostly prayer flags, snowbound passes, and welcoming shepherds who lead their flocks to feed in the lush alpine valleys. Up here, we enjoy only the sounds of sheep, hawks and the wind, and we sleep beneath night skies that are milky with stars. If there is heaven on earth - this is it, this is it!

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Sunday, May 2, 2010

Immortal Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal Travel

Synonymous with love and romance, the Taj mahal, at Agra, was built by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jehan in memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaj Mahal. The Taj Mahal (also called as "the Taj") is considered the finest example of Mughal architecture, a style that combines elements from Persian, Indian, and Islamic architectural styles. In 1983, the Taj Mahal became a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world's heritage. Wander Globe's Taj Mahal travel package offers visits to the incredible Taj Mahal as well as the tigers of Sariksa Tiger Reserve. Besides the visits to Sariska Tiger reserve and the Taj Mahal, we will also take you to the Gwalior palace and fort.

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Commonwealth Games 2010 & India Travel

Wander Globe Inc., India's leading travel agency has geared itself to offer to the visitors and participants the accomodation and excursions so that the trip to Commonwealth Games 2010 becomes an affair to remember! Here are few specially designed short trips and excursions for this sport event:

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