Director's Message

A tough task assigned to me when I was requested to write Director's message. Fast Growing Company… Thousands of Happy Customers… Value for Money… Thanks to all supporters… etc… I think every genuine company bother about all above.

What I found uncommon that Monks & Monkeys Travels founded by a Doctor of Medicine, who became professional of the industry in a span of 15+ years of working. When analysing more, then I understand that not only this fact but other things like Name of the Company, Working Culture, Office Atmosphere, Relation to Colleagues, Co-partners and Satisfaction of our Tourists… so many things which are different in a better way. Further realizing that this difference is due to fact that I did not have any roots to travel industry… Neither by family, nor by study. And why so my approach is different. Honesty is the top most priority in Monks & Monkeys Travels.

Well, whatever it is, I assure you to deliver quality travel experience & life time memories.
Happy Travel to You.

Dr Sharad Kumar Jindal

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Pondicherry (Pondicherry, Pudusherry, etc.) - a town with such a French bias. The streets are called in French. And stuff like that. To be more precise - Pondicherry - this is India with a French flavor. Pondicherry - a federal district, not officially part of Tamil Nadu . Colonial buildings, straight streets, beautiful parks and the beautiful sea make Pondicherry attractive to guests. But people come here not only for the sake of the sea, but for the unusual and multifaceted history of the city. If you're interested, go to Auroville, touch the riddles of the community, chat with the people of the "city of dawn". Pondicherry is a resort that seemed to stand between France and India, between centuries past and new times. This is a special place full of surprises.


Kochi ([koˈtʃːi ] (About this sound listen)), also known as Cochin (/ˈkoʊtʃɪn/ KOH-chin), is a major port city on the south-west coast of India bordering the Laccadive Sea. It is part of the district of Ernakulam in the state of Kerala and is often referred to as Ernakulam.


Kerala is one of the most popular parts of India among tourists. The state was created in 1956 and the main definition of the border was the distribution of the Malayalam language. The name Kerala literally means "land of coconuts". From Malay language, the word Kera means a coconut palm tree, and alam means earth.


Badami, one of the capital cities of the Chalukya Empire. Four caves, decorated with sculptures and bas-reliefs, carved from sandstone in a huge beautiful rock. By the time - somewhere 16 centuries ago.


Lachung (Lachung, map ) - a village in the Lachung Chu Valley (Lachung Chu) at an altitude of 2630 meters with dramatic views of mountain peaks and waterfalls. This is a starting point for those who want to visit the Yumthang Valley , which starts 10 km away. Here, as in Yumtang, an appropriate permit is required and can be reached as part of an organized tour (group).


The city of Calcutta is a legendary metropolis, an ancient metropolis and the capital of West Bengal, which is located directly on the banks of the Hugli River. Indigenous people call it "Kolkata". It is known as the center of political, cultural and scientific life. The second largest city in India, Calcutta until 1911 was the capital of British India. Most of the population is Bengalis, so the most common language is Bengali.


The road from Udaipur Airport to Kumbhalgarh took about two hours. Kumbhalgarh was built in the middle of the 15th century by the famous ruler Mevara Ranoy Kumbh, who was famous for his victories over the neighboring sultans. This is the second most important fort in Mevara, after Chittora. The fort is located at a height of over a kilometer, so the rulers of Mewara often used it as their summer residence. The perimeter of the fort is huge, about 36 km, the thickness of the fortress walls is about 5 meters, inside there are several interesting historical buildings. These are the ruins of the Kumbh Palace itself, where you can walk, the palace where the legendary Maharana Pratap was born, several Jain and Hindu temples. At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, the huge palace Badal Mahal (“Cloud Palace”) was built on the highest point of the fort -


Khimsar is a small village which is located about 92 km on the highway from Jodhpur to Bikaner in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan. Khimsar is part of the Nagaur District which is situated between Jodhpur and Bikaner. To explore the district of Nagaur the desert village of Khimsar provides an excellent starting point and also offers an attractive insight into the rural life of the desert people. The old city of Khimsar harbors several mosques, one of which was commissioned by Emperor Akbar. Every year Nagaur Cattle Fair attracts thousands of tourists which is a major tourist attraction. Khimsar has a moderate climate.


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