India is surely the most extraordinarily culturally diverse and varied county in the world. These India itinerary ideas have been designed for those who have a specialist interest and to inspire those who have travelled to India before and want to explore a little further in depth. This category also includes multi-state itineraries that cover more than one part of India.
We tailor-make all of our holidays and we don't believe we've organised the same holiday twice in all the years we’ve been in operation. These insight itineraries are therefore intended as examples of the kind of holiday you might like to take: the list is by no means exhaustive.
If you’d like to run your interests by us and see what ideas we might be able to add, then please give one of our expert consultants a call or enter your details here and we’ll come back to you with inspiration.
Birds of South India
A journey through India's South, filled with wildlife encounters, bird watching, stunning scenery and an insight into rural life.
East to West: Highlights of the Gangetic Plain
An immersive city and rural journey across the Indo-Gangetic Plain, taking two weeks.
Highlights of East India
The contrasts of Kolkata, the waterways of the Sunderbans, the Buddhist culture of Sikkim and the mighty Himalayas themselves, all in one incredibly journey.
Highlights of North and East India - The British Raj
Explore North and East India visiting the capitals of the British Raj, exploring the countryside and taking in diverse and vibrant cities.
In depth Tamil Nadu
An immersive journey through Tamil Nadu, taking time to explore the famous sites but also getting away from the crowds in rural Dindigul and Chettinad.
Experience the best of Kerala over three weeks, from the backwaters to cities, from plantations to beaches.
Less Discovered Northern India
A two-week trip taking in remote national parks and iconic cities of the lesser visited spots of Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. Perfect for culture, food and wildlife lovers.
Palaces and Palms
Combine the best of Rajasthan, Agra and Delhi in the north with the backwaters and beaches of Kerala in the south.
Tents, Forts & Palaces
Explore the more remote areas of Rajasthan, delving into the culture, history and beauty of the desert state, staying in unique accommodation.
Varied Landscapes of South India
Journey from Hyderabad to Mumbai on a route away from the tourist trail across unique landscapes, dabbling in local cuisines.