Eat-Pray-Love in India with Spirit Bohemian

Eat-Pray-Love in India with Spirit Bohemian

Is exploring the unexplored just your thing?
Does your bucket list come with a travel column? Do you constantly look forward to long weekends for quick getaway?
Are you a firm believer of ‘Bharat is Mahan’, when it comes to striking destinations? If all your answers to the above questions are affirmative, then Spirit Bohemian can help you fulfil your bucket list. Spirit Bohemian is an effort to ease out the Indian travel story for the expats and international visitors who come to holiday in India with certain set expectations. We have been, since the beginning, emphasizing more on custom-made Indian travel itinerary designed as per the customer’s expectation from the chosen holiday destinations in India as it’s a given fact that each traveller, or traveller group, has specific interests around which they build their vacation. It can list from food & wine experiences to historical tours; it can be a holistic tour (Eat, Pray and Love kind), a festive tour or ‘just to capture the scenic beauty of India’ kind of voyage. No matter what, and what not are on your list, we have flexible itinerary with strong themes behind just for you. Our holiday organizers are experienced and versatile and understand the western idea of a holiday and they put in best effort to create the tour that fits your needs. For us the top priority is you! Here is a glimpse of some of the experiences we have to offer.


Varanasi also known as Banaras or kashi is one of the world’s oldest continuously inhabited cities and is dripping in history and spirituality. It is one of the seven Hindu and Jain holy cities (famously known as Sapta Puri), in India. Buddhism is also said to have been founded in Varanasi as well. Varanasi is a spiritual city, where Hindus go to pray, wash away their sins and honour their dead on the banks of the Ganges. It is also believed that dying in Varanasi is seen as auspicious, as it ends the cycle of rebirth.

Highlights of the trip: Witness the world famous Ganga Aarti, get to meet the most respected clan of Sadhus, the Aghori Sadhus, pay visit to the oldest temples of Hindus and Jains and wander through the alleys close to the ghats which offer you the local taste of Indian culture. Taking a trip to the Ganges will reveal countless sights that will remain with you long after you leave.


You have got more reasons than one to visit our classic land renowned for its folklore, grandeur, varied cultural heritage, princely charm, sinuous dancers, vibrant colours, mouth-watering cuisine and legendary hospitality. Yes you get to experience all of that and more when visiting Udaipur.

Highlights of the trip: Our carefully worked out itinerary combines walk and pedal tours, and presents a unique way to explore this beautiful region. Old city walks around famous lakes, special heritage tours to building, visit to majestic city palaces and enchanting forts and platter of delectable dishes, a trip to Udaipur and the outskirts are worth exploring!



India, the land of cultural diversity has a varied range of festivals. India, being a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-religious society, celebrates holidays and festivals of various religions. The wide variety of festivals celebrated in India is a true manifestation of its rich culture and traditions. The entire year has many festivals lined up from Lohri in January to Christmas in December. The festive seasons are filled with enthusiasm and fun, a time full of celebration, lights, shopping, home renovations, and much more. The following are the most prominent festivals in the country that you can be a part of.

Highlights of the trip: Pick from Navratri (9-day celebration of dance and music) to Durga Puja (The festival honors the powerful female force in the Universe), from Diwali (the most extravagant celebration of lights) to Holi (the festival of colours). The myriad of these glorious festivals of India draws a beautiful picture of the nation’s rich and varied culture and the religious sentiments of the people.

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