Aromas not only enhance flavour, but they also enhance mood too. Embark on a journey with a difference, of delectable tastings which open up the soul of India. The quintessential characteristic of Indian cuisine is the use of a variety of spices and according to the dietary theory, each meal is supposed to be a blend of 5 tastes – sweet, sour, salty, bitter and umami, which combine in numerous ways that feature remarkably in our food repertoire. Indian spices are used across the world. Some indigenous aromas are quite popular among non-Indians and many try to reproduce it in their culinary traditions. Cardamom, cinnamon, pepper, turmeric, and cumin are some of the most frequently used spices in world cuisine. Indians have used cookware made of clay, iron, copper, bronze, and wood for centuries. They impart various medicinal properties and also contribute to the aroma of the food cooked in it. Even if you decide to spend a year in India, we can promise you won't taste the same dish twice! Eat, cook, learn and interact as we move across the country in this sumptuous gastronomical odyssey.

Domes & Minarets

With a history spanning at least 4500 years, India presents a unique cultural kaleidoscope and nowhere is it represented more beautifully than its architectural achievements. The continuous amalgamation of the local with influences spanning across the world, resulted in an architectural style which is truly cosmopolitan as well as a continuous reminder of the skill of the Indian artisan and mason who moulded the arrival of new techniques into a form which was uniquely Indian. From the stone age art of Bhimbetka to the planned city of the Harappan civilization, the rock cut caves adorned with Buddhist stories etched into their walls to the magnificent life-like forms which embellish the southern temples created with massive wedged stones, that dexterity is evident in all its form. From the twelfth century onward the use of mortar, Roman style domes, pilaster, tiles, and calligraphy resulted in monuments of an unprecedented scale. Meanwhile, the Indian craftsmen adapted themselves to these new techniques producing a new Indo-saracenic style which was once again adapted to the demands of the British. Regional styles continued to flourish as they responded to local needs: the Rajasthani jharonka,the sloping roofs of Kashmir, the distinctive style of the north east to the traditional houses of Kerala are just some examples. Seeped in history, the monuments tell unique tales which may just keep inviting you for more.


The birthplace of four major religions of the world and the point of confluence of world religions to acquire unique local flavours– India has the perfect blend of the history, culture and spirituality.

India’s massive population is diverse as well as devout. Not only do most of the world’s Hindus, Jains and Sikhs live in India, but it also is home to one of the world’s largest Muslim populations and to millions of Christians and Buddhists. More than 75 years after India became free from colonial rule, Indians generally feel their country has lived up to one of its post-independence ideals: a society where followers of many religions can live and practice freely.
The divine has a special place in this land where a religious festival is celebrated every single day. Each festival is unique and to show this diversity, we have created our “Festival Calendar” which comes handy when planning a trip to India. The MUST see and participating festivals for any tourists visiting India are Holi (festival of colours), Dusshera / Durga Pooja (victory of good over evil), Diwali (festival of lights), Pushkar (Cattle festival), Onam (harvesting festival) and Holla Mohalla (conveys the message of courage and defence preparation). Do refer our festival calendar before planning your trip to India or ask us and we shall be happy to curate your program in such a way so that you don’t miss the fun.


The abundance of forests, water, land, and natural resources thousands of years ago made it possible for these ancient communities to discover and collect herbs and rare medicinal plants. Ayurveda (literally meaning ‘the science of life and longevity’ in Sanskrit) is the traditional Indian system of natural and holistic medicine that combines healing with philosophy, and complete physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness. Its core principle is to lead the right and healthy way of life – one that is disease free. The knowledge of Ayurveda in India was passed down over the centuries through an oral tradition, until it was methodically collated into text around 2600 BCE. The Charaka Samhitha (Treatise on Medicine), Susrutha Samhitha (Treatise on Surgery) and Ashtanga Hridayam Samhita (Treatise on the Basic Principles) are the three oldest known foundation texts of Ayurveda. Ayurveda prescribes a way of life that goes beyond mere healing; that helps us realise our true energies and how to best channel them. Good health leads to a happy and confident state of being. A happy mind in turn brings calm, ensures better decisions, and assures right living. At Go India Experiences special programs are designed for every individual: ayurvedic treatments, meditation, naturopathy alongside a healthier diet achieve the ultimate goal of overall wellbeing.


Yoga is an ancient practice that involves physical poses, concentration, and deep breathing. A regular yoga practice can promote endurance, strength, calmness, flexibility, and well-being. It helps to connect with nature and keeping our mental and physical health intact. Attaining inner happiness, a fulfilment that is infused with a sense of balance and internal harmony, this ancient art of meditation helps us in reaching these timeless human goals. In our constant endeavour helping people find a way back to a balanced and vibrant life, we have a carefully curated programmes for those seeking initiation into yoga to those nearing mastery.


Golf in India goes back a long way. In fact, it goes back a very long way because the first golf club established outside the British Isles was Royal Calcutta (originally named Dum Dum Golfing Club) in 1829. The now defunct Royal Bombay Golf Club followed in 1842 then Cosmopolitan Club and Bangalore Golf Club were founded during the 1870s. Madras Gymhkana was formed in 1884 before places like Shillong and Royal Western India appeared around the turn of the century. This affection continued over generations and today India boasts of some 200 golf courses across the country with a variety of amazing locations including the highest Golf course at Gulmarg (2650m). Come to India for a unique golfing experience and an opportunity to combine it with a bit of our eclectic culture and cuisine.


India is home to innumerable tribes, rich repositories of timeless traditions, ancient crafts, simple lifestyles in a symbiotic relationship with nature and belief systems which foster a nurturing environment. These are only some of the magical experiences of a tour into tribal country. The tribes of India are the indigenous or native people who are widespread throughout the country. Based on livelihood, tribes can be categorised as plantation and industrial workers, peasants, shifting cultivators, hunters, food gatherers, and fishermen. The tribes establish membership criteria based on shared customs, traditions, language and tribal blood. The most commonly known tribes of India are Gonds, Bhils (or Bheels), Santhal, Munda, Khasi, Garo, Angami, Bhutia, Chenchu, Kodaba, and the Great Andamanese Tribes. At Go India Experiences we have “Special Interest” Tribal tours to Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and Gujarat.


Ask any explorer- the best way to know a place is on foot. For the adventure enthusiast, the nature lover, and the culture buff, India offers the widest of choices. From Kashmir to Kanyakumari the country has many greater altitudes anyone would love to conquer. The Himalayas in the north and west and the Eastern Ghats down South provide tough to soft trekking trails from heights ranging 2000 to 20000 feet. Experience magnificent sights, discover a bewildering array of exotic flora and fauna, interact with the indigenous peoples of the region and learn about their cultures and traditions. Discover wildlife of the area- with bird watching, and wildlife trails such as Chadar Trek(Ladakh), Hampta Pass Trek(Manali), Kedartal Trek(Uttarakhand), GoechalaTrek(Sikkim), Hari Ki Dun(Uttarakhand), Kumara Parvatha Trek(Karnataka). Go India Experiences will craft thrilling journey for you depending on your expertise and interests.


India is a country of paradox. On one side we have people with enormous wealth, big cars, shopping malls and homes, luxury lifestyles and big dreams. The other is inhabited by those whose dreams and aspirations re yet to take off. At Go India Experiences we take our commitment and concerted attempt to ensure that our efforts have a direct positive impact on the local people and communities. That, for us defines our commitment to responsible tourism. Our tourism partners are carefully chosen to include those who take care to generate employment for local populations; we often employ locals to provide authentic experiences for our clients. All such proceeds go back to the community that helps in uplifting their quality of life and empowering them.

At Go India Experiences it is our endeavour to partner with local small-scale initiatives for arts and crafts. Our website features art by artists from small towns in India, our design team has worked with a new entrepreneurial venture to produce our literature. All our souvenirs are directly sourced from rural women's initiative in order to ensure a fair price and do away with exploitative middle-persons. This is a very small step, we know, but, it is our first in bringing some smiles on the faces.