Come and discover the taste of Indian cuisine! Learn how to prepare a traditional South Indian lunch with a variety of rice, a main gravy (veggie, fish or chicken), some side dishes and a dessert. We offer mainly 30 different recipes and you can chose the ones you like or the ones you have never heard of. We have a wide range of vegetarian and vegan items, too. Book this class and share this wonderful experience with you family and friends!
• 4 hours
Cycle around French, Muslim and Tamil quarters of Pondicherry city on a vintage-style bicycle during this early morning 2-hour guided tour. Explore quiet city before people starts their activities. Once back from your trip, enjoy an Indian breakfast with traditional South Indian idly, chutney and sambar or a French breakfast with baguette and jam. Both are offered with a home-made fresh juice and hot drinks.
• 2 hours
Start your 10-hour day trip from Pondicherry with a drop-off in Chennai. Witness the French buildings in the French Quarter, visit the Shri Aurobindo Ashram, the Ganesha Temple, the Church of our Lady of the Immaculate Conception and the Gandhi Statue on the boulevard.
• 10 hours
Explore the French quarter of Pondicherry on this 2-hour walking tour. Pass by some of the most prominent landmarks and historical buildings of Pondicherry, all while learning about the history of the kings, generals, and revolutionaries that mark the city’s past. Your local guide will share these sights and stories with you along your slow-paced walk that will cover less than 1.5 miles.
• 2 hours
Pondicherry (also known as Puducherry) used to be a French colonial settlement in 1954, but now is an union territory of India. There is a strong French influence in the city, especially in the old quarters, with Rues and Boulevards lined with Mediterranean style houses and bakeries, although the city remains very much Indian. Explore this beautiful little city with our experienced and professional guide, comfortably in an air-conditioned vehicle.
• 8 hours
Kolam is a traditional art originated in South India. It is a tradition for women to practice it every morning by putting ephemeral patterns on the front door. It is a way to meditate and also to invite Goddess and prosperity to their home. In this 1.5-hour class, you will not only learn how to make kolam, but also get some insight about Indian culture. Both children over 6 years old and adults are welcome to experience this unique culture of India!
• 1.5 hours
This 1.5-hour Mehendi art class helps you to learn the basic of the ephemeral henna tattoos. During the class, you will be taught how to make the paste, draw extremely fine lines and sophisticated designs.
• 1.5 hours