Our exploratory programmes are a unique blend of fun and learning. Along with the usual dose of challenge and camaraderie we also introduce a process of environmental education. These programmes can be conducted over a weekend, during the week or even during vacation, in locations as close as Panchgani to the far off places like Bhutan, Sikkim and even Lakshadweep Islands.

Explore at your own pace. Explore the way you like. Choose from our variety of laidback i-Xplore customised exploratory trips. These programmes are tailor-made to suit your needs, budget and time flexibility. Nature Trails, Historical Walks, Archaeological Splendours, Cultural Trips and even experiencing the Village Life. Enjoy the scenic topography sitting on a hammock or explore the labyrinths of an ancient cave. What you choose is up to you.

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You can also choose your hotspots beyond India. To name a few: Nepal, Tibet, Turkey, China, Egypt, Peru, Costa Rica, Bali, Myanmar and more. Choose your destination and you can leave the rest to us to plan your customised itinerary.


The Land of the Peaceful Dragon, also called the Switzerland of Asia, this complex system of mountains, valleys and snow-covered peaks forms the Kingdom of Bhutan. Untouched by outside influences, Bhutan has managed to retain most of its pristine charm along with its natural and cultural wealth. April - May and October - November are the best seasons to visit Bhutan. The Explorers organise trips to Bhutan every year. You can also opt for the 4-day Druk-Pa trek including visits to Paro, Thimpu and Punakha.

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Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, has been isolated from the rest of the world for decades, therefore offering great historical value, rich cultural heritage, and insight to a unique daily life style. It also possesses a vast eco-diversity such as pollution free air, virgin landscapes, natural river systems and unspoiled beaches. Our unique package gives you an opportunity to experience culture, history and natural spleadour of these two fascinating countries along with a taste of adventure.

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The Land of the Everest, Nepal has all the ingredients needed for an ideal getaway. For the adventurous, we offer excursions full of activities like one-day hike to Sarankot, White Water Rafting on Trisuli, and wildlife Safari at Chitwan National Park. You can even go boating on Lake Phewa, shop-till-you-drop at Thamel or have fun at a casino. We organise trips to Nepal between May - June and October every year with visits to Pokhra, Kathmandu and Chitwan National Park. Nepal also offers some of the most exciting treks in the Himalayan range: Royal Trek, Annapurna Trek and Everest Base Camp Trek. These treks are usually organised during March - May.

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Thailand an interesting and memorable country to visit. More people visit Thailand than any other country in Southeast Asia. This is no surprise as the Royal Kingdom Thailand has much to offer for the visitor: history, culture, lively arts, beautiful beaches, a good nightlife, friendly and hospitable people and last but not least one of the best cuisines in the world.

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High in the Eastern Himalayas, sandwiched between Nepal in the West and Bhutan in the East, Sikkim is well-protected by its deity - the third highest mountain peak in the world - Mt. Khangchendzonga (8534 m). This small but beautiful state (the smallest state in India) is gifted with snow-clad mountains as well as dense, tropical evergreen forests. Wildlife as well as exotic orchids (600 varieties) are in abundant supply here. Your excursion to Sikkim will include visits to Gangtok (the capital), Lachen, Yumthang and Lachung (north Sikkim), Pemayangtshe, Yuksom (west Sikkim). For the more adventurous, we also offer the Dzongri Trek in west Sikkim which offers a magnificent view of Mt. Khangchendzonga.

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Lakshadweep promises the holiday experience of a lifetime. Known for its corals and coconut palms, it offers an unbroken line of creamy sand, interspersed with islands floating dreamily in the sea. This tropical paradise is best visited during winter, though pleasant during summer too. Your trip to Lakshadweep includes visits to the islands of Kavaratti (the capital), Kalpeni, Minicoy and Kadmat.

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One of the world's highest inhabited plateaus, Ladakh showcases a vast repository of cultural and religious influences from mainland India, Tibet and Central Asia. Our excursions to Ladakh are planned to coincide with the famous Ladakh festival, held during the last week of August and leading up to the first fortnight of September. The Ladakh festival is widely known for its Polo matches, inter-village Archery competitions, dance, music and other cultural activities. Your holiday to Ladakh will also include visits to monasteries, river rafting experience on the Indus river and camping near Pangong Lake (14,450 feet above sea level), in addition to a visit to Kardung La - the world's highest motorable road and the quaint Nubra Valley.


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