In this selection of suggested holiday itineraries, you will find a focus on the northern and central states of India. Delhi and Mumbai are the major hubs and you can connect from there quite easily into the central states.
Rajasthan is famous for its mighty citadels, resplendent cities and luxurious palace hotels to name just of its many highlights. Next door is Madhya Pradesh; India’s heartland with the incredible national parks which inspired Kipling’s ‘The Jungle Book’, the spiritual town of Maheshwar and the evocative splendour of places such as Bhopal, Gwalior and Khajuraho.
Uttar Pradesh is not just about Agra and the iconic Taj Mahal, it is also home to up and coming Lucknow and the vibrant religious city of Varanasi. Up in the very northwest is the Punjab, bordering Pakistan, with its religious diversity, distinctive culture and the famous golden temple in Amritsar.
All of our holidays in India are completely bespoke and designed for you. Privately holidays, fully guided, boutique hotels, comfortable transportation and a smooth operation are a given. This allows you to get on and experience these magnificent regions: far larger in themselves than most entire countries!
A Different Side of Rajasthan
An incredible journey, covering the famous sights but also going off-the-beaten-track to explore the Rajasthani countryside, wilderness and wildlife.
A Journey through Madhya Pradesh
Prepare to be wowed by incredible history, architecture, and wildlife, before finishing the holiday on the sacred Naramada river at Maheshwar.
East to West: Highlights of the Gangetic Plain
An immersive city and rural journey across the Indo-Gangetic Plain, taking two weeks.
India: the Ultimate Itinerary
Once-in-a-lifetime holiday exploring the remarkable sights, sounds and flavours of India whilst staying in its most luxurious palaces and hotels.
Rajasthan Overland and the Golden Temple
Experience the classics of Rajasthan but with a twist and stay in beautiful boutique hotels with access to the main sights. Journey to the spiritual Sikh capital of Amritsar too.