Social Grace

Through this signature tour you’ll get a glimpse of people’s life in the city and village through visits to a closeby village, visit to an NPO/NGO, participate in local festivals, watch local plays / folk dances, learn about Yoga & meditation, and enjoy various rides.

The Countryside
Visit a weaving village. Get a glimpse of the rural life; view the complete process of weaving; and visit a home for a traditional meal.
Through this signature tour we strive to help you experience the otherworldly charm of simplicity and rural domesticity of a typical south-Indian village. The village beset on all sides by hillocks, green fields presents an eye-catching spectacle. 
This amazing tour provides you with the opportunity to explore the rural lifestyle, get to know the rural ambience and the rural residents. After you embark on this tour, you will receive invaluable education and gain a lot of knowledge about weaving techniques. You can partake in the quaint beauty of the village, and interact with the villagers displaying their traditional skills - such as weaving, pottery, basket-weaving, farming, and other handicrafts. You will also get to see in detail the entire integrated handloom textile designing, dyeing and weaving process. You can try your hand at the thread weaving process, guided by the master weavers, one of the most sought after experiences. As part of the tour you will also get to meet a few families in the village, experience their hospitality and taste their traditional home cooked food. 

Love & Care

As part of this signature tour, you can visit a Not for Profit Organizations (NPO/NGO) / school. You can experience the ethos of an Indian school and enjoy the unique opportunity to interact with Indian school children. Partake in teaching a valuable lesson about global cultures & norms in an interactive classroom; wherein, the children too can help you learn things that no tourist guide book covers.

School for the Blind
In the school, education, boarding and lodging are absolutely free for the Visually Challenged child. The students are taught Braille. There are Braille printers, keyboards for typing, software of every kind that aided the visually impaired children with computers. There is also a huge collection of books in Braille their library. In the visit, you can interact with the children, experience their routine, spend time with them, and view the facilities.
Home for children in difficult circumstances
In the visit to the home, you can interact with the children, share your experiences and advice with them, have a meal with them, spend time with them, and view the facilities. 
Home for the Aged
The main focus of these homes has been providing care and support to the old aged people. Many young people in India are migrating to different cities either within India or abroad to pursue further education or in pursuit of their careers, leaving behind their old aged parents at home. The number of such families where all the children have left and only the old parents staying at home is increasing day by day. 


Hyderabad has over these years seen changes in its culture and living styles. Yet the city beholds and carries culture from its rich past of Persians, Mughals and Qutub Shahi Dynasty. The population of Hyderabad is legibly contradistinctive with a prominent Hindu as well as Muslim communities, natives and traditions of north and south India and at the same time Urdu and Telugu speaking people. The software market saw more accomplishments turning the city into an IT hub, and the city gathered people from the rest of India. 

Festivals of Hyderabad
With cultural, mythological and ritualistic significance, one cannot help but flow with the holiday spirit. Sankranti (Jan), Holi (Mar), Ugadi (Apr), Ramzan month (Jun-Jul), Id-ul-Fitr (Jul), Bonalu (Aug), Ganesh Chaturthi (Aug), Dushera (Oct), Depawali (Nov), Christmas (Dec) are a few prominent festivals celebrated here with great zeal. Depending on your time of visit to Hyderabad, you can experience the celebrations. 
There is nothing quite like an Indian wedding – so colorful, so meaningful, and so full of life! Each community has its own wedding customs and traditions. Depending on the viability you can experience the preparations, the venue arrangements and the wedding ceremonies. 
Cultural activities (folk dances, plays)
You can gain an insight into the customs and traditions of Hyderabad through various events in Hyderabad like - plays, dramas, theatre, comedy events, and dance events. We shall take you to some of the popular venues that host such events.
Ramoji Film City tour
Ramoji Film City, a magical realm filled with excitement and wonderful surprises at every turn. Spread across a sprawling 2000 acres Ramoji Film City, set up by Ramoji Group in 1996, is a dreamy celluloid journey. Certified by the Guinness World Records as the world’s largest Filmstudio complex, at Ramoji Film City, a filmmaker can walk with a script and walk out with film. For the others, Ramoji Film City flung open a wonderland where 1.5 million tourists build memories every year. With a capacity to accommodate close to 50 film units at the same time, Ramoji Film City offers umpteen numbers of film sets such as London Street, Hollywood sign, Japanese gardens, airport, hospital, etc., landscapes and buildings as well as laboratories. On an average, the film city sees almost 10,000 visitors on usual days. Some of the attractions are - Wings, a sanctuary (home to hundreds of exotic birds), journey into the celluloid world, interactive entertainment, action (a 25 minute stint), 'Filmi Duniya' (a virtual tour across time zones & timeless cities on the globe), Ramoji Tower (simulating the experience of earthquakes).
Yoga & meditation
Visit a Yoga center, meet a Yoga guru, get an orientation about Yoga.
Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual practice or discipline which originated in India. Though many think of yoga only as a physical exercise where people twist, turn, stretch, and breathe in the most complex ways, these are actually only the most superficial aspect of this profound science of unfolding the infinite potentials of the human mind and soul. Yoga can be many things to many people. We are determined to help you discover your Yoga. 
Take back a few unique memories and experiences, traveling in various modes of transport - an Auto (tuktuk), local train; pleasure ride on a camel back, horse-back, baggi (chariot), boat ride, etc. 

Boat ride to Buddha Statue in Hussain Sagar: Boating at the Hussain Sagar Lake is quite enjoyable. Lumbini Park, by the side of Hussain Sagar Lake is the starting point for the boat ride to the famous Buddha Statue located at the center of the Lake. The huge statue of standing Lord Buddha has a height of 16 m and weighs almost 350 tonnes. Made up of white granite, the statue is on the ‘Rock of Gibraltar’. The lighting of the statue is worth watching. Along with this, there are about 30 statues of various famous personalities around the lake as well.