India is huge. There is no other way to describe it. One of the oldest civilisations in the world, India is a mosaic of multicultural experiences. With a rich heritage and myriad attractions, the country is among the most popular tourist destinations in the world. That said it is still possible to find places without tourists and to really get off the beaten track.

From the snow covered Himalayas to the white sand beaches of Goa, there is a part of India that is perfect of anyone.

If you are a culture vulture, then this is a country with opulent dynasties, powerful rulers, flourishing civilisations and profound history. The most prominent religions in the country are Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism. However, India is filled with many spiritual destinations which should not be missed by anyone looking for the true Indian experience. From opulent temples and mosques to marvellous churches, resplendent gurudwaras and serene monasteries, India is the home of holiness.

When it comes to the natural environment, there are few places in the world that can match India for variety. From hauntingly beautiful snowy escapades to lush forests and hills of rolling green, from the endless golden beaches to the sapphire and emerald lakes embedded in the landscape, the natural beauty of the Indian subcontinent is unparalleled. Mountains, beaches, rivers, lakes and deserts await your discovery of their natural splendour.

Our Tours in India

Small Group Escorted Tours and Tailormade Holidays

Discover the Hills and Backwaters of Kerala on this private 12 day tour. Explore Kerala in an authentic Indian style.

Explore India’s prime tiger reserves and national parks, plus visits to the magnificent Taj Mahal and extraordinary Khajuraho temples. A private 16 day tour.

Explore India

For many, a trip to India is not complete without a sighting of the true symbol of the country; a tiger. The tiger is the national animal of India and is regarded as the most prized sightings in the country's jungles. India’s tigers account for more than half of the world's population of the giant feline. To protect this majestic denizen of the forest, Project Tiger, a conservation project, was launched in 1972. Initially, there were nine tiger reserves dedicated to the conservation of the animal, with Jim Corbett National Park and Tiger Reserve being the first among them. Today, the country is home to about 50 reserves that offer a unique opportunity to sight the majestic tiger in the wild.

If you are wanting an escape from the normal and are feeling run down then India has been a destination to revive and rejuvenate for as long as people have travelled. The sun-kissed coastlines, peace-permeated hill stations and breezy riversides offer a host of nutritious food, spas, yoga, and detox therapies. With innumerable ways to keep both the mind and body aligned, peaceful and in perfect health, the country is the perfect place to holiday at a softer pace.

Of course, the most famous site in India and perhaps the world, is located in Agra. It is here that the  Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, created the Taj Mahal. He said that the beauty of the monument made “the sun and the moon shed tears from their eyes”. Until you visit, you may not know that the Taj Mahal has many optical illusions architectural tricks.  As you first view the monument from the main gate, for instance, the Taj Mahal looks large and imposing, but as you move closer, it appears to shrink in size!

Visit a part of India that very few tourists visit. This is a surreal landscape surrounded by the sky-piercing peaks of the snow-capped Himalayan, Zanskar and Karakoram ranges. Here you find the crystal waters of the Shyok, Zanskar and Indus rivers This is Ladakh.
The Land of High Passes, Ladakh, in the newly created Union Territory in India (previously a part of Jammu & Kashmir), boasts a landscape that will leave you with your jaws dropped. It is a place where the landscape changes dramatically; it is truly astonishing to see the mountains, snow, cold desert, alpine meadows and lakes at a short distance from each other.
Tourism in Ladakh is an absolute delight for nature lovers as well as adventurers. Adding to its exceptional beauty are the ancient Buddhist monasteries that are mostly nestled in the mountains and are thousands of years old. These monasteries make for the Buddhist pilgrimage destinations in Ladakh and also act as important cultural centres where major religious festivals take place.
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Paulo Rossi
Once again you have delivered. The tour was fantastic and the welcome that we had from the moment we arrived made the whole experience very special.