The life, culture and unique traditions of Indian Tribal are still untouched by the civilization. Most of the tribal are still forest dwellers and live in harmony with their natural surroundings. Their life is dependent on forest produce. Each tribe has their own customs, tradition and costumes which separate them from other tribal.
Orissa – Bastar Tribal Tour
Still untouched by the civilization, the trials of Orissa and Bastar are still forest dwellers and live in harmony with their natural surroundings. Their life is dependent on forest produce. Each tribe has its’ own customs, tradition and costumes which separate them from other tribal.
On days of weekly market, they come to market to exchange their forest harvest and local brew for items of daily need. These markets are best place to see them in best of their costumes.
Gujarat Tribal Tour
Bordering Western India, Gujarat was the commercial hub for traders from Arabian nation, the Portuguese, the English, and the Dutch. Here they established trading posts with the local rulers, dealing, among other things, in printed cotton and embroideries, for both of which Gujarat is still famous.
The sights include Ahmedabad’s famous Textile Museum; the amazing complex of mosques at Champaner; the Jain temples of Palitana – surely one of the seven wonders of India, the Indus Valley site of Lothal, and the Gir Forest, preserving the Asiatic lion. The salt plains of the Little Rann of Kutch are the last refuge of the wild ass. This comprehensive tour also visits villages that are home to tribes such as Rabaris, Ahirs and Meghwals.
North East India Tribal Tour
Nagaland’s blue-hued mountains and emerald expanses comprise an intriguing world of ancient rituals and proud people. Nagaland – with 16 unique tribes – is a state with the difference. It is the land of warriors, colourful festivals, rich handicrafts and natural beauty. Main tribes in Nagaland are the Angamis, the Sema, Konyak, Aas and the Rengmas; each with their own distinct culture and life style. Naga Society is a well-knit and cohesive unit living by ancient tenets that play an important role in contemporary life. The trip showcases the wealth of Naga tradition. Arunachal Pradesh is also home to some of the most primitive tribes like Apatani.