“Culture is a reflection of a time gone by. And movies, of the times we live in."

Wake up to the morning beats of Slumdog Millionaire, walk the medieval streets adjoining The Best Exotic Marrigold Hotel or shop through the many bazaars where James Bond once made an appearance. India to a visitor is colorful, energetic and full of life. Just as seen through the many movies and stories that has the country at its core. At Indywood Film Tourism, we welcome you to experience the beauty of India, as witnessed on the big screen.


Select Itineraries

Our curated packages have been selected with great care to balance the heritage and leisurely expectations of travelers. Take a walk through the romantic interludes of India’s cultural past, all the while exploring the contemporary settings of its movie studios, museums and breathtaking cinematic shoot locations. Itineraries include visits to archives, museums, exhibitions and film cities with ample opportunities for networking, on a personal and professional level, with stakeholders of the travel and cinema industry.

Film Cities

As an integral part of Indywood Carnival- South Asia’s biggest film market and technical expo, Indywood Film Tourism promises visits to offbeat locales in some of the most popular destinations across the country. These locales have mostly remained hidden from a regular tourist’s sight and only been revealed to the outside world through the lens’ of astute cinematographers.

  • Kochi/Munnar/Thekkady

    The verdant greens and solitary blues dotting Kerala’s landscape are a backpacker’s delight. And while all its locales look straight out of heaven

  • Hyderabad

    Hyderabad is home to Ramoji Film City, Asia’s biggest integrated film city. Spectacular sets of movies as popular as Baahubali to

  • Mumbai

    The City of Dreams is also home to the Hindi film industry, Bollywood. It is said that in Mumbai, you neither feel time nor do you think about it

  • Goa

    Oozing with the freedom of youth, history and a contemporary lifestyle, Goa has been the inspiration for many Indian movies

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