Offbeat Tours offers you accommodation in handpicked properties by our experienced travel partners, comfortable travel arrangements, excellent food, suitable for as young as 8 years old to young at heart as 70 years old. A Travel Style emphasized on experiencing the destination rather than rushed/organized sightseeing.

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Explore Lonar With Prof P K Ghanekar Sir - Tour
Explore Lonar With Prof P K Ghanekar Sir
₹ 14,500
2 Nights 3 Days
24 Dec
For All Ages
Explore Lonar With Prof P K Ghanekar Sir
₹ 14,500
Located approx 400 kms from Pune, Lonar Crater is the World's third largest crater.  It was formed due to a meteorite impact that occurred between 35,000 and 50,000 years ago. The lake is located in the world's only high-velocity impact formed in basaltic rock.   Lonar Crater is approximately 150 meters (500 feet) deep, with an average diameter of almost 1,830 meters (6,000 feet). The crater rim rises roughly 20 meters (65 feet) above the surrounding land surface.  The water of the lake is both saline and alkaline in nature, which makes it one-of-its-kind not only in India but also in the world. This trip also includes a visit to the Balaji Temple at Mehkar. The idol of Lord Balaji in this temple is carved out from a single black stone. It was founded in 1888 AD. This unique itinerary will be led by Prof. P.K Ghanekar. read more read less
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Pangot - Sattal Birding Tour - Tour
Pangot - Sattal Birding Tour
₹ 31,900
6 Nights 7 Days
24 Dec
For All Ages
Pangot - Sattal Birding Tour
₹ 31,900
Sattal is unique for its biodiversity and ecological amplitude. It has 250 species of resident and migratory birds. The Himalayan Naina Devi Bird Reserve (Pangot) enhances more bird diversity in this region due to its diverse landscape from the lake to the top hill… A perfect destination for birders. read more read less
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Less Explored Bastar (6 Nights / 7 days) - Tour
Less Explored Bastar (6 Nights / 7 days)
₹ 32,700
6 Nights 7 Days
Available on request
Less Explored Bastar (6 Nights / 7 days)
₹ 32,700
Chhattisgarh is an Indian State that still carries a mysterious aura about it. A landlocked State that shares its boundary with seven Indian States was carved out in 2000 from Madhya Pradesh. A "young" State, it has slowly yet steadily began to occupy a place of priority and respect in the wishlist of an explorer. Since Chhattisgarh is still devoid of crowds that throng a popular destination, a nature lover will find Chhattisgarh relatively untouched, unblemished and unspoilt. Foliage Outdoors will take you through the journey that begins at the Coastal Town of Vizag (Visakhapatnam) in Andhra Pradesh and we will meander through to Araku and beyond in one of the best train journeys of India. A run over 58 tunnels and 84 bridges, this engineering marvel of the Indian railways will leave you awestruck. This rail journey is best undertaken post-monsoons. After a spell of rains, the valley is a verdant green with numerous cascading waterfalls and gushing streams. The end of this train journey will get us into the treasure trove of History, Nature, Heritage, Culture, Festivity and Art that keeps every traveler interested and spellbound. Chhattisgarh is blessed with exotic waterfalls and it would only be appropriate to call it "The Waterfall Capital Of India". The Jewel In The Crown certainly goes to horseshoe shaped Chitrakote Falls. Chitrakote is the largest waterfall in India that falls from a height of about 100 feet and widens up to 150 meters is a sight to behold in peak rainy season. The majority of the state's population belongs to tribal communities and we will make an attempt to known their lifestyle from close quarters. We will visit the famous weekly Tribal Markets and feast on the local cuisine. Join Foliage Outdoors as we try to decipher a mystery of our own land that has, for long, gone unnoticed even for a discerning traveler. read more read less
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Off the Grid with Rafting - Tour
Off the Grid with Rafting
₹ 19,400
4 Nights 5 Days
Available on request
Off the Grid with Rafting
₹ 19,400
Away from the electricity and telephone networks, get reconnected to sights, sound, smell and taste of the western ghats. Well!! that's the theme of the tour. Stay at an exclusive homestay in the Western Ghats, on the border of Goa and Karnataka, and get a genuine break from a day-to-day life. Take a walk through the forest & relish the rich flora & fauna along with the streams flowing around. Get rare views of famous Dudhsagar falls from the top of the waterfall. Go for cycle rides and try your hands on pottery. Bond over a hot cup of coffee and eat locally grown vegetables and salads. Gorge on woodfired oven pizza and share experiences by a bonfire.Note from the host : 'Off The Grid' is owned by Sylvia Kerkar and John Pollard, a wife and husband team. Along with a handful of staff, they run the property tending to a variety of tasks ranging from trekking, cooking, building, repairing, attending to the fields and other chores. Sylvia Kerkar is from Bangalore and Goa. She is passionate about ceramics and runs her own pottery studio at Off The Grid and in Goa. John Pollard is from England and is an adventure sports enthusiast. He pioneered white water rafting in South India in the year 1999 and started running the first rafting operations in Peninsular India. 'Off The Grid' is a very good example of a self-sufficient property which is completely independent in terms of energy & food. Solar energy is used for lighting, the waterfalls for plentiful year-round water supply & firewood from the forest for cooking with ovens, grills & stoves. This will give a unique experience of a simple lifestyle. The Farming at Off the Grid today is the same as it has been on farms in these areas for hundreds of years- mainly rice-growing, fruit trees & vegetables.Dandeli: From this beautiful homestay move on to Dandeli for some adventure! You guessed it right! Whitewater rafting on the Kali river. read more read less
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Glorious Kangra to Rangla Punjab - Tour
Glorious Kangra to Rangla Punjab
₹ 35,000
6 Nights 7 Days
Available on request
Glorious Kangra to Rangla Punjab
₹ 35,000
Amritsar-Gurdaspur “Ghar aaja pardesi tera des bulaye re”. Sarson de khet, Makke ki Roti, Lassi da glass and world-famed Punjabi Hospitality is calling you to visit “Sadda Punjab”. Experience the glimpses of rural Punjab without giving up on comforts. A stay in traditional Punjabi "Kothi", mouthwatering authentic Punjabi Cuisines, walks in the blooms of Sarson farms, dip into the tube well. Being in Punjab, how can we miss the Golden temple, Jallianwala bagh and Indo-Pak border at Wagah? Mcleodganj-Palampur Explore the Tibetan culture at McLeodganj. “Toot pado” over the hot momo and thukpa. Cherish the walks in Tea Gardens at Palampur. Explore the mystery and the history of places like Kangra Fort. We, at Foliage Outdoors, have chosen just the right month for you for this Tour. The yellow flowers of “Sarson” are in full bloom in the month of January-February and the weather is just "holiday perfect" at Palampur. Join us as we promise to give you your own “DDLJ” moments on this Tour :-D  read more read less
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Rann of Kutch (Multifaceted) - Tour
Rann of Kutch (Multifaceted)
₹ 28,000
4 Nights 5 Days
Available on request
Rann of Kutch (Multifaceted)
₹ 28,000
“Kutch nahin dekha to kuch nahin dekha” so goes the tagline made famous by Amitabh Bachchan. True to these words is the mesmerizing destination of Kutch, Little Rann Of Kutch and Greater Rann of Kutch.Reason to Visit Rann # 1 : Sunrise and Sunsets around Full-moon Sunrise or sunset that you will witness at “The White Desert” will arguably be the best that you would ever see. On the Full-moon night, the cool breeze, the serene silence, the huge expanse transports you to an entirely different world. Around midnight when the moon has reached its peak, the entire surface shimmers like a blanket of diamond spread out endlessly in front of you.Reason to Visit Rann # 2 : Textiles and Handicrafts and the hands that make them Kutchi handicrafts, renowned the world over, are in abundance in Bhuj, from elaborately embroidered clothing and luxurious quilts to block-printing, heavy silver jewelry and woodcarving. This tour will have excursions to surrounding towns and villages to meet artisans and their families, see the work being done and buy crafts directly from the artisans themselves.Reason to Visit Rann # 3 : Asiatic Wild Ass and Birds Little and Great Rann of Kutch are birders’ and photographers’ delight. Little Rann of Kutch is the only place on this planet where the Asiatic Wild Ass lives and thrives. Rann, because of its proximity to the Gulf of Kutch and geographical location, lies on the migration route of many bird species. Every winter this desert mudflat ecosystem is flocked with thousands of winged migrants, visiting from different parts of the world viz Egypt, Iraq, Tibet, Siberia and Europe.Reason to Visit Rann # 4 : Heritage This tour is ex-Ahmedabad and we will get an opportunity to see 11th century Sun Temple of Modhera (UNESCO site) and Patan for magnificently carved 11th-century stepwell “Rani-ki-Vav”. Patan incidentally is also known for textile craft known as Patola. read more read less
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White Christmas - Tour
White Christmas
₹ 29,800
7 Nights 8 Days
Available on request
White Christmas
₹ 29,800
Interested in taking beautiful snow trails in the daytime and wish to spend nights in the comfortable and warm rooms? Then register today for this program called White Christmas. Well, not just snow trails, but this program also offers the lifetime experience of white water rafting in the mighty River Ganga. The first part of the program offers the beautiful snow trails giving panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks, comfortable stay at the picturesque location, delicious food and never-ending dose of fun, laughter and conversations. In the later part feel the adrenaline rush in your bloodstream while doing some great water adventure in the Ganges. Winter is said to be the best season to indulge in rafting. So get ready for the perfect winter holidays by walking through serene snow trails and also enjoying the thrills of white water rafting.   read more read less
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Rishikesh Rafting in Winters - Tour
Rishikesh Rafting in Winters
₹ 21,200
4 Nights 5 Days
Available on request
Rishikesh Rafting in Winters
₹ 21,200
Book before 30th September to secure discounted price !! Bored of conventional ways of celebrating a year end? Now let’s try something outlandish!!! River rafting and Asia's longest Zipline at Rishikesh and that too in winters!!! Sounds thrilling? Yes indeed it is a thrilling experience, but not because of the cold weather. Undeniably it is quite cold there, but it never gets chilling cold since Rishikesh is not a hill-station. In fact, during winters it is considered best for traveling to Rishikesh as the place is not as crowded as it is in summers. Nevertheless, it is also the best season for river rafting as the river is cleanest. Ganga being a glacier-fed river is not as cold as it is during summers. So get ready for an atypical celebration of an upcoming year-end, conquer your fears and enjoy the thrills of river rafting during winters.   read more read less
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Disconnect to Reconnect @ Off The Grid - Tour
Disconnect to Reconnect @ Off The Grid
₹ 18,000
4 Nights 5 Days
Available on request
Disconnect to Reconnect @ Off The Grid
₹ 18,000
Away from the electricity and telephone networks, get reconnected to sights, sound, smell and taste of the western ghats. Well!! that's the theme of the tour. Stay at an exclusive homestay in the Western Ghats, on the border of Goa and Karnataka, and get a genuine break from a day-to-day life. Take a walk through the forest & relish the rich flora & fauna along with the streams flowing around. Get rare views of famous Dudhsagar falls from the top of the waterfall. Go for cycle rides and try your hands on pottery. Bond over a hot cup of coffee and eat locally grown vegetables and salads. Gorge on woodfired oven pizza and share experiences by a bonfire.Note from the host : 'Off The Grid' is owned by Sylvia Kerkar and John Pollard, a wife and husband team. Along with a handful of staff, they run the property tending to a variety of tasks ranging from trekking, cooking, building, repairing, attending to the fields and other chores. Sylvia Kerkar is from Bangalore and Goa. She is passionate about ceramics and runs her own pottery studio at Off The Grid and in Goa. John Pollard is from England and is an adventure sports enthusiast. He pioneered white water rafting in South India in the year 1999 and started running the first rafting operations in Peninsular India. 'Off The Grid' is a very good example of a self-sufficient property which is completely independent in terms of energy & food. Solar energy is used for lighting, the waterfalls for plentiful year-round water supply & firewood from the forest for cooking with ovens, grills & stoves. This will give a unique experience of a simple lifestyle. The Farming at Off the Grid today is the same as it has been on farms in these areas for hundreds of years- mainly rice-growing, fruit trees & vegetables. read more read less
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