We present an array tours from Battlefield to Mutiny, War Cemeteries to Saga, and retrace footprints of gallant warriors who fought on their sides (British and Indian), some of the historic locations included in our itineraries are, Badli Ki Sarai, Nicalsons Tomb, War Memorial, Ludlow castle, Coronation Park, Meerut,1857, Barrackpore, Tollygunge, Sassia, Satichura Ghat, Martiniere’s College, Bibighar Well, Writer’s building, Flagstaff tower, Jocken Bagh, Residency compound, All soul memorial church, Mudki, Sabraon, Aliwal, Jhansi fort, Gawilghur fort, Akola, Aragaum, Assaye, Ferozpur, South Park cemetery, War cemetery and many more as well as some of most famous tourist sites
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Glimpses of Indian Mutiny
Tour Ref: IB 1
Duration: 09 Days.
Visiting: Delhi, Meerut, Agra, Lucknow and Kanpur
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Battlefield by Train
Tour Ref: IB 2
Duration: 11 Days.
Visiting:Delhi, Meerut, Jhansi, Gwalior, Agra, Lucknow and Kanpur
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1857 Revolt Tour
Tour Ref: IB 3
Duration: 12 Days.
Visiting: Delhi, Meerut, Agra, Gwalior, Jhansi, Kanpur and Lucknow
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Maratha to Mutiny Plus
Tour Ref: IB 4
Duration: 17 Days.
Visiting: Delhi, Meerut, Ludhyana, Ferozpur, Amritsar, Agra, Gwalior, Jhansi, Kanpur, Lucknow, Bombay, Aurangabad, Akola, Chikaldhara and Nagpur
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Indian Mutiny
(Tollygunge & Barrackpore)
Tour Ref: IB 5
Duration: 21 Days.
Visiting: Delhi, Meerut, Agra, Gwalior, Jhansi, Lucknow, Kanpur, Allhabad, Sitamari, Varanasi and Calcutta, (Tollygunge & Barrackpore)
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War Cemeteries and Wildlife
Tour Ref: IB 6
Duration: 11 Days.
Visiting: Calcutta, Kohima, Dimapur, Kaziranga, Guwahati and Imphal.
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Wellington and Maratha
Tour Ref: IB 7
Duration: 10 Days.
Visiting: Bombay, Pune, Ahmednagar, Aurangabad, Assaye, Akola, Argaum, Chikaldhara and Nagpur.
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Wellington in India
Tour Ref: IB 8
Duration: 11 Days.
Visiting: Madras, Bangalore, Mysore, Pune, Ahmednagar, Aurangabad, Assaye, Akola, Argaum, Chikaldhara and Nagpur.
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INDIAN MUTINY (Tollygunge & Barrackpore)
 
Ref. : IB 5
Duration in India
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20 Nights and 21 Days.
Season
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Round the year
Visiting
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Delhi – Meerut – Agra – Gwalior – Lucknow – Kanpur – Allhabad – Sitamari – Varanasi - Calcutta
After spending a night in Delhi on arrival, move by surface transport to Dehradun which was annexed by British in 1815, from here continue journey via Meerut (where first Mutiny took Place), Agra (the Mughal Highlight), Kanpur (witnessed 1857 massacre), Lucknow (Here 1857 mutiny, the garrison based at the Residency was besieged by rebel forces), back to Delhi where we now visit various mutiny and war related sites before termination of the tour.
Day 1      Arrive Delhi

Arrive Delhi international airport, after meet and greet by tour manager, transfer to a hotel by chartered transport. Rest of the day free for rest and recovery from jet lag. Pre dinner briefing about the tour.

 
Day 2      In Delhi Day Tour of Meerut
After breakfast, in north Delhi, we will Visit Battlefield of Badli – ki – Serai, then drive on to Meerut to explore the mutiny sites, Church and cemeteries related to outbreak of mutiny on the 10th May 1857. In the evening return to our hotel in Delhi.
 
 
Day 3      In Delhi
After breakfast we will explore the Lutyens designed and spaciously New Delhi, a city planned by late British Raj, drive pass by Rashtrapati Bhavan (Presidents House), Rajpath, India Gate (the victory tower), Qutab minar (13th century victory tower), Humayun’s tomb(an early Mughal architecture)and in the Old Delhi visit Raj Ghat, Mahatma Gandhi was cremated.
 
 
Day 4      In Delhi
Today we will spend exploring mutiny related monuments beside Mughal highlight, the Red Fort. All these sites are located in Old Delhi, they are Flag Staff tower, Ludlow castle (outside only), Mutiny Monument (also known as Ajit GarhP), John Nicholson’s grave, Kashmiri Gate and St. James Church. In the afternoon we will explore Red Fort. If time allows, we may give a look at Coronation Park, where the statues of British Royalties and nobilities are kept.
 
 
Day 5      Delhi – Agra Train
In the early morning, we board Agra bound express train, the breakfast will be served on board. In about three hours, we arrive Agra station, board our vehicle and begin exploration. Here we will visit greatest Love monument – the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort; built by Akbar the Great, In 1857, thousand plus British took shelter for four months in this fort. Afternoon at leisure to relax or further sightseeing, options are to visit war cemetery (subject to permission) or explore another Mughal master piece, The tomb of Itmad-ud-Daulah.
 
 
Day 6      Agra – Gwalior Train
After an early breakfast, board Express train to Gwalior, a princely state, in an hour and a half we arrive Gwalior station and transfer to hotel. After wash and change we will explore magnificent Gwalior Fort, the steep road up to the Fort is flanked by statues of Jain tirthankaras, carved into the rock face. In the surrounding of The fort there are some other monuments worth to visit such as Teli ka Mandir a 9th century edifice, Sas Bahu ka Mandir, built in 11th century and Gurudwara Data Bandhi Chhod built in the memory of Guru Hargobind Sahib, Jai Vilas Palace and Museum which still is the residence of the Royal family and a portion has been converted into a Palatial Hotel, Tansen's tomb One of the nine jewels of Akbar’s court. Late afternoon we return to the hotel, remainder of the day at leisure.
 
 
Day 7      In Gwalior Day tour of Jhansi Drive
After leisurely breakfast, we drive a short distance to Kotaha Ki Sarai, where rani of Jhansi breathed last. From here we continue our journey to Jhansi and explore historic sites related to Rani of Jhansi’s heroic struggle. We will visit the Jokan Bagh British Cemetery, Jhansi Fort. In the evening, we return to our hotel in Gwalior.
 
 
Day 8      Gwalior – Lucknow Train
Morning at leisure until we transfer to railway station (by late morning) and board train for Lucknow, We are scheduled to arrive Lucknow by late evening, and transfer to our hotel.
 
 
Day 9      In Lucknow
After breakfast we will explore the historical sites of Lucknow which include: La Martiniere College, Built and designed by French soldier turned architect- Claude Mrtin, The Kaisarbagh area, started in 1848 and was completed in 1850 by the last nawab of Avadh, Secunderbagh Garden, it derives its name from one of the begums of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah, Sikander Mahal. The Residency compound one time, the official residence of the British Resident, Bara Imambara.
 
 
Day 10     Lucknow – Kanpur Drive
After a leisurely breakfast, drive a short distance to Kanpur, en-route we will visit General Havelok’s Tomb. On arrival at Kanpur, we will check in at hotel. In the afternoon, we will explore Wheeler's Entrenchment inside the Cantonment area, All Soul’s Memorial Church, built in 1857. Outside the church, there is an enclosed pavement marking the graves of over 70 officers and men captured and executed on 1 July 1857.
 
 
Day 11     In Kanpur
Full day in Kanpur to explore the historical sites that include: Satichaura Ghat on the bank of river Ganges, Memorial Garden, with a statue by Marochetti and a screen designed by Sir Henry Yule, Bibigarh Well, where the dismembered bodies of European women and children had been thrown. If time allows we will drive a short distance to Bithur, a mini Varanasi with number of Ghats, Situated on the banks of the Ganges.
 
 
Day 12     Kanpur – Allahbad Drive
After breakfast head towards the holy city of Allahabad along the Ganges. En-route we will stop for exploration and refreshments. We arrive at Allahabad in the late afternoon and check-in at the hotel. Remainder of the day at leisure.
 
 
Day 13     In Allahbad
At sunrise, we transfer to Ghat and board a country boat to observe the morning ritual bathing on the Ganges. We return to hotel for breakfast, then set out for day long exploration of historical sites. Allahabad has seen rise and fall of numerous rulers, Mughals, Marathas, Pathans and lately the British who built their Northwest provinces Head Quarter and Canning Town, the 19th century gothic style cathedral, designed in 1870 by Sir William Emerson, is an amazing example of colonial architecture.
 
 
Day 14     Allahbad – Sitamari Drive
After breakfast, we will drive a short distance to wonderful Sitamari further down the Ganges, really a rural area. Our home for the night here is an Ashram stylishly decorated, very clean. (Non Veg and alcohol not allowed)
 
 
Day 15     Sitamari – Varanasi Boat
In the morning we drive a short distance to Chunar Fort, after exploring the fort, we plan to embark on a launch by early noon, while we will be enjoying our picnic lunch with light drinks on board, the launch will leisurely cruise down the Ganges to Varanasi. After enjoying our cruise down the gages, we plan to disembark at Asi Ghat and transfer to our hotel. Late in the evening we will come back to river bank and witness the Arti ceremony.
 
 
Day 16     Day In Varanasi
                Varanasi – Calcutta Night Train
After breakfast, we will explore the city including various Ghats and Temples. In the afternoon, we will drive a short distance to Sarnath, where Buddha preached his first sermon in a deer park. After dinner, we board a night sleeper train to Calcutta.
 
 
Day 17     Arrive Calcutta
In the morning we arrive Howrah Station and drive a short distance to the historic Tollygunge Club for breakfast and home next 4 days. During our stay, we explore the historical city of East India Company. Today we will explore the Victoria Memorial with its collections of paintings and family portraits of notable figures from the East India Company, 1847 Cathedrals. In the evening we will take a boat ride along the Hughli waterfront. Later return to Tollygunge.
 
 
Day 18     In Calcutta
Early in the morning, we will visit the flower markets, the Ghats with their backdrop of East India Company warehouses, a walking tour through the statue maker’s market, we will also explore great Raj houses and institutions, the University area, the Coffee House, Fort William (exterior views only) St. John’s Church, Zoffany’s painting and the oldest British grave, the marble Palace. Before going back to Tollygunge Club, we view the Bengali Sound and Light show at Tagore house (subject to operations).
 
 
Day 19     In Calcutta Tour of Barrackpore
After breakfast set out for a day long exploration of Barakpur (Barrackpore), located on the eastern bank of Ganges, where the initial revolt took place. Huge houses and buildings were constructed here to facilitate the viceroy. The viceroy’s gardens were popularly called Lot (Lat) Bagahan (Gardens), this was the first military base of East India Company with many barracks hence the site was named as barrackpore. We will spent the day exploring cantonment area with Raj memorials. In the evening we return to Tollygunge.
 
 
Day 20     In Calcutta
This morning will be spent in exploring South Park Cemetery with its extraordinary memorials and tombs, afternoon will be left free for shopping and individual activities.
 
 
Day 20     Calcutta – Departure
Morning transfer to Calcutta International airport in time to board homeward flight.
 
 
 
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