Namaste! With folded hands; welcome to our country
…Where travellers are treated as Gods like the old saying Atithi Devo Bhava! Vibrant colours, many fragrances, aroma and impressions make India truly incredible.
India has something for everyone; it is the perfect destination for your travels regardless of what you are looking for. Himalaya challenges the one who loves adventures and the country invites the one who want to get de-stressed in the lap of nature. From Yoga and meditation in Rishikesh to Ayurvedic treatments in Kerala. From Buddhist monasteries of Sikkim to the desert of Rajasthan. There are jungles for wild life lovers, forts, palaces and monuments for those who love culture and history, sunny beaches, food and spices, bazaars and markets. Something for everyone.
When you have arrived in India, do come see us in Central Delhi where we are located in the heart of the city around the Main Bazaar – backpacker heaven and the place where travellers love to walk and hang around. Here you will meet our team who holds lots of travel experience and practical advice to make your travel smooth and easy in the challenging places, which needs some local touch to sail smooth. We have been here for more than a decade and we are travellers, too. We believe in emptying our bag of travel experience into yours, so you are ensured first hand recommendations – that they are tested and tried before being passed.
We can’t wait to share our love for India with you and we are sure you will come to love incredible India.
- Vinay Kakkar, Country Manager, Go Beyond India
Mr. Vinay Kakkar, Country Manager
“…I travel to relax and de-stress. A lot of my travelling is also to make sure that we have the right experiences for our travellers. Rishikesh is the place I feel like going again and again to get blessed by River Ganges and get lost in oneself by meditation.
My most precious travel memory is my trip to Ladakh – The Himalayas are stunning and the people and the local culture are mesmerising and friendly. My first journey was to the hill town Manali and I especially remember the view at Rohtang Pass and the activities down in Solang valley. All truly magnificent.
If I can pass one advice on travelling in India it would be to be yourself. To understand and adjust to the local culture and food, and to try new things locally. I try to read about different religions, cultures and countries and travel related literature in general. I like to keep digging deeper to know more about Indian wisdom, culture and traditions.
Mr. Jijunath, Travel Advisor Kerala
I travel to learn, to feel and to update myself with new experiences!
… My first trip was to Munnar in the state of Kerala, South India. I have never experience anything more beautiful than the misty roads of Munnar, and the view over the tea plantations..
My best insider tip would be to explore Fort Cochin in south India. Exploring Fort Cochin has always been my favourite thing to do. The monuments itself is magical, but for me Fort Cochin is more than that! I prefer culinary tours; this tiny space of fort Cochin has a myriad of savours to try!
My favourite travel place is also the place for one of my most precious travel memories. The road trip from Waynad to Mysore is fantastic; the drive through the Western Ghats and through reserve forests was the highlight of the trip.
On the way you can go on a Jeep Safari in Tholpetty wild life sanctuary are was and is one of the most exciting things of my travel memories!...
Mrs. Kalsang Sharma, Travel Advisor, Delhi
My first travel out of Shillong was a train journey to Bangalore in South India. I was struck by the tall buildings, the lights in the streets and the busy and late night lifestyle of the big city. During this trip I also visited in and around the city of Mysore and the hill station Ooty.
My best travel experience was a trip to Shirdi, Maharastra, the shrine devoted to Sai Baba. My in-laws are Sai Baba’s devotees. I’m not a very religious person but this was a blissful experience for me.
My dreamis to go on a backwater trip in a house boat in Kerala, and I will soon make it come true on a tour with Go Beyond Asia!
Go Beyond Traveller Service Centre in Delhi
Find us: 2220, Rajguru Road, Chuna Mandi, Pahar Ganj, New Delhi - 110055, India
Call us: Office: +91 11 4702 7220 or +91 11 2358 2211, Mobile: +91 93101 40833 or +91 98181 61194 (Out of Office Hours/Emergency: +91 93101 40833 or +91 98181 61194)
Skype us: "jysk.servicecenter.india"
Office hours: Monday-Friday 10:00-17:00. Saturday 10:00-14:00. Sunday closed. All times are based on India local time (UTC+5:30).
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