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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Maratha to Mutiny
 
Ref. : IB 4
Duration in India
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16 Nights and 17 Days.
Season
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Round the year
Visiting
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Delhi – Meerut – Ludhiana– Firozpur– Amritsar – Agra– Gwalior– Jhansi – Orcha - Kanpur - Lucknow - Aurangabad - Akola - Chikaldhara-Nagpur - Bombay
This tour does not only meticulously explore the historic war related sites, even discover culture and heritage highlights. While the mutinies, battlefields, memorials and Graves are discovered, at the same time famous monuments like Qutab minar, Taj Mahal and Ellora caves are admired.
 
Day 1     Arrive Delhi
Arrive Delhi International airport, and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the, at leisure for an introductory talk on the tour and overview of the mutiny.

Optional tour of Delhi: In the afternoon guided tour includes Qutab Minar built in early 13th century as a victory tower and Humayuns Tomb, an early Mughal architecture, most beautiful building, built in the mid-16th century.
 
 
Day 2     Delhi – Meerut – Delhi Drive
After breakfast leave for a day tour of Meerut, here we explore the cantonment area including St Johns Church, cemeteries, court marshal grounds and drive by Smith’s residence. Evening return to Delhi.
 
 
Day 3     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 Garh), 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 4     Delhi – Ludhiana Train
Morning board an express train to Ludhiana, arrive by mid day and drive on to Aliwal Battlefield, which witnessed Sikh force consisting of approximately 7,000 cavalry and 17,000 infantry, in a defensive formation with a river to its rear. Return to Ludhiana.
 
 
Day 5     Ludhiana – Firozpur – Amritsar Drive
Morning drive to Mudki, located 20 miles south-east of Ferozepur was the first battlefield between Lord Hardinge and the Sikhs, it was the first Anglo-Sikh war in 1845. From here we drive to Sobraon village where another Anglo – Sikh clash took place. Later we move to Sikh holy city – Amritsar for exploration of Golden temple and night stay.
 
 
Day 6     Amritsar – Delhi Train
After breakfast, we will explore the Golden temple, the architecture is a blend of the Hindu and Muslim styles. We will also visit Jalianwala bagh, noted for its most notorious massacre under British rule. Rest of the day free for personal activities. In the evening board an express train to Delhi. Arrive Delhi and transfer to the hotel.
 
 
Day 7     Delhi – Agra Drive
In the morning we drive to and visit Deeg Fortress, Palace and Museum (closed on Friday), it was the capital of Jat Rulers in the 18th century. From here we drive to Agra, en-route visit Fatehpur Sikri deserted city of Akbar and few kilometers short of Agra a brief halt at Sasia, there is no monument, even the name does not exist. In the evening arrive Agra and check in at the hotel.
 
 
Day 8     In Agra
This morning we will visit greatest Love monument – the Taj Mahal and 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 9     Agra – Gwalior – Jhansi – Orcha Drive
We leave after an early breakfast and drive to Orcha, en-route, we briefly explore Gwalior Fort one of the most amazing in the world. From here we will drive on to Jhansi and explore Jhansi Fort, Built by Raja Bir Singh in 17th Century on a hilltop, it houses a museum of sculpture collection which provides insight into the history of Bundelkhand. Later we visit Jokan Bagh, where on 8th June 1857 The British officers agree to leave the town fort under a promise of safe passage by the rebels but just outside Jhansi, in the Jokan bagh one of the rebel leaders ordered their death. In the evening we drive to Orcha a medieval township with beautiful temple complex and Jehangir Mahal Palace. Arrive and check in at the hotel.
 
 
Day 10     Orcha – Jhansi – Kanpur Drive
After a breakfast Orientation tour of Orcha and return to Jhansi, before moving onto Kanpur, we will explore more historical sites in Jhansi. Later in the morning, we head eastwards for Kanpur, a day long journey passing through fascinating country, with rebel towns on the banks of River Yamuna. This whole region was part of Bundelkhand where the Rani of Jhansi and Tatya Tope held sway for many months. We are scheduled to Arrive Kanpur in the late afternoon and check-in pre- booked hotel for two nights
 
 
Day 11     Kanpur – Lucknow Drive
After breakfast, we begin our explorations including All Saints Memorial Church, Satichaura Ghat, Bibigarh well etc. evening we head towards Lucknow, the route goes through the small towns and villages whereby Havelock and his troops had to fight their way, against great odds in July and August 1857. We plan to be in Lucknow by late evening and check in at our hotel.
 
 
Day 12     Lucknow – Mumbai Fly
After breakfast, we plan to visit Secunderbagh, stubbornly defended by the mutineers. 2,000 of them died here. Pass through Prince of Wales Zoological Gardens and visit state Museum, La Martiniere’s College and other historical sites. Whole afternoon will be spent at 37-acre Residency site, well preserved by the State Government. Great Immambara, the ruins of Machi Bhawan or Fish house and Kaisarbagh area. Evening fly to Mumbai, arrive and transfer to the hotel.
 
 
Day 13     Mumbai – Aurangabad Fly
After breakfast fly to Aurangabad, arrive and transfer to the hotel. Later we visit Bibi ka Makbara, (1679), the rather sad imitation of the Taj Mahal, Ellora Caves, dating from 6th to 8th century AD, hewn out of the hillside from living rock.
 
 
Day 14     Aurangabad – Akola Drive
After breakfast, we drive to Assaye, the battlefield of 23rd Sep. 1803. It was one of the decisive battles of the second Anglo – Maratha War. Shells are still found in the fields here. Later we drive on to Akola for night stay.
 
 
Day 15     Akola – Chikaldhara Drive
In the morning we drive to Argaun for a brief visit of the battlefield, there is no monument or anything to see, A Small piece of ground unutilized surrounded by fields. From here we continue our journey to Chikaldhara, arrive in the afternoon, check – in at hotel, after lunch, we will explore the Gawilghur fort, during 1803, in the Second Maratha War, Colonel Arthur Wellesley, captured the Gawilgarh fort from the Marathas.
 
 
Day 16     Chikaldhara – Nagpur Drive
                Nagpur - Bombay Fly
Morning depart and drive to Nagpur airport and fly to Mumbai. Arrive Mumbai and transfer to international airport for homeward flight.
 
 
Day 17     Departure
Fly back home.
 
 
 
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