Monsoon Sojourn

Drive Through The Mud

After a hot, dry and tiring summer, monsoon brings a much needed relief. As it casts its magical spell, the arid landscape turns into a soothing green garden almost overnight. Every year we set out to witness this monsoon magic at work. Navigating through the scenic backroads the ‘Monsoon Sojourn’ takes us to some of the most beautiful and offbeat locations. The real joy of monsoon sojourn  lies on these backroads. The aroma of the first rain, the sights of flora and fauna is intoxicating.

Keeping true explorer spirit of monsoon sojourn, we don’t hurry through and take our own time to explore. Even though the night stays are pre-arranged the pace of the day is relaxed enabling us to take impromptu stops to explore.

Monsoon Sojourn is a self drive/ride expedition and everyone is invited to join irrespective of the vehicle you ride/drive. We could arrange for motorcycle on hire in the case you are unable to bring your own.

Our team members would be glad to answer all your queries on monsoon sojourn.

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Monsoon Sojourn 2017

Monsoon Sojourn route runs some of the famous locations of Rajasthan, a region which was once dry and arid now turned fresh green from first shower of monsoon from arid and dry. Our route will cover some of the famous locations of Rajasthan and

12th August, Saturday – Starting from Jaipur, we take a road less traveled to Gwalior. On cards is a famous traditional breakfast, a 1600 AD temple and some beautiful jungle roads.

13th August, Sunday – The day starts with a visit to the Gwalior Fort and a stroll through the bylanes of Gwalior to explore some crafts and local delicacies. Later we ride/drive down to Khajuraho stopping enroute at Jhansi to delve deeper into the story of Maharani Laxmibai of Jhansi.

14th August, Monday – Today we spend the entire day exploring Khajuraho and surroundings. On cards are the famous Khajuraho temples, Raneh waterfalls, State museum of Tribal and Folk Art and many more attractions. The busy day ends up with a pleasant evening of chatter and laughter.

15th August, Tuesday – After celebrating our Independence Day early morning we set out to explore Orchha through some beautiful and scenic road. Situated along the Betwa River, Orccha is a town of historical significance, also only place in India which does not hold Lord Ram as a God but as a King.

16th August, Wednesday – The last day we make a home run but not before exploring a waterfall and a National Park.

Cost - 16,500 per person

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