India Escorted Tours
Escorted tours are the best way to explore India, a country steeped in culture and traditions with a rich history, with iconic cities including Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Nepal tours take in the some of the most striking scenery in the world with Mount Everest and the Himalayas near its capital, Kathmandu, whilst Bhutan, home to the Kaziranga National Park, offers the combination of cultural heritage and mountain scenery.
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- 9 Days - New Delhi to Jaipur
- Fly Tour from £1,345
Explore the glorious country of India on this tour, taking you to some of it's most beautiful cities, discovering the most exquisite historical sights, and perhaps seeing a tiger at Ranthambore National Park. This tour is operated by our sister company Rail Discoveries.
- 10 Days - Delhi to Mumbai
- Fly Tour from £1,395
Explore India's iconic landmarks and enchanting wildlife on this incredible tour. From bustling Delhi, discover ancient cities by modern rail, visit the incredible Taj Mahal, and take two game drives to spot the elusive tiger.
- 9 Days - Delhi and Back
- Fly Tour from £1,649
This fantastic introduction to India combines the three cities of the ‘Golden Triangle’ with a couple of days in Ranthambore National Park. Journeying in a loop from Delhi, you’ll tick off highlights including the Taj Mahal and the forts and pink-hued palaces of Jaipur.
- 11 Days - Delhi and Back
- Fly Tour from £1,745
This amazing adventure through historic India takes us to some of the glorious country's most exciting sights. On our fascinating journey we discover thriving cities, spectacular forts, and have a chance to see a tiger in the wild, culminating with a night in a 200-year-old palace.
- 14 Days - Chennai to Cochin
- Fly Tour from £1,749
An outstandingly comprehensive tour of India’s southern states, Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry and Kerala, discovering their remarkable cities, thought-provoking temples and astonishing natural wonders.
- 13 Days - Mumbai to Kerala
- Fly Tour from £1,795
Discover the exotic majesty of India's southern regions on a tour which ventures into jungles and along coastlines, uncovering colours, tastes and sights from some of India's least explored destinations. This tour is operated by our sister company Rail Discoveries.
- 9 Days - Delhi and Back
- Fly Tour from £1,845
Explore the iconic sights of India’s famed Golden Triangle, from the magnificent forts of Amber and Agra to the marble magnificence of the Taj Mahal, and experience one of India’s most beautiful national parks - Ranthambore. Extend your stay in the former summer capital of the British Raj, Shimla, and witness the spectacle of the Golden Temple in Amritsar.
- 7 Days - India and Back
- Fly Tour from £1,899
Experience the history, culture and charm of India on a journey around the 'Golden Triangle' cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. With visits to the magnificent Taj Mahal and mighty Amber Fort, this holiday is the perfect introduction to an unforgettable country.
- 15 Days - Delhi and Back
- Fly Tour from £1,899
India is steeped in history, mystery and magnificence. It’s a heady cocktail of extraordinary contrasts, sumptuous palaces, splendid forts, lush countryside, haunting deserts and vibrant cities.
- 11 Days - Kochi to Kerala
- Fly Tour from £1,899
With golden beaches, breezy hill towns and sleepy backwaters, Kerala is India at its most laid-back. We’ll uncover the best of this south-western state, from its tea and spice plantations to its cultural cities (where you’ll find ancient temples and reminders of the area’s colonial heritage).
Discover India, Nepal and Bhutan
India’s cities are thrilling and chaotic, ranging from the captivating medley of people, colour and fragrant food in Delhi and Mumbai to the sacred Hindu city of Varanasi and the ancient city of Jaipur with its famous Amber Fort. From colonial-era architecture to intricately designed temples, a stroll through the cities of India is always a feast for the eyes. The cuisine varies depending on the region but wherever you choose to visit, there is no doubt that you will be able to savour delectable food and allow your senses to be enticed at the busy street markets bursting with spices, mouth-watering dishes and fresh fruit.
The cultures of India and Nepal are very similar; both countries have fascinating Hindu and Buddhist traditions which have been passed down through the generations. The culture and history can be seen in the array of Hindu and Buddhist temples and sacred statues that seem to be on every corner.
Despite having a similar culture, Nepal’s capital city Kathmandu is distinct and unique. The city is a must-visit for anyone touring India and Nepal as it offers an insight into Nepalese architecture and creative heritage. The stunningly beautiful country of Nepal has warm, friendly people and a marvellous landscape which captivates those who visit.
Sitting between the Himalaya and the Indian plains, Nepal is one of the world’s most mountainous countries and is home to the world-famous Mount Everest. Its soaring snow-capped mountains create a dramatic backdrop and the misty jungles are home to many endangered species including the Bengal Tiger and the one-horned Rhinoceros.
India also has a striking natural landscape with the Himalayas in the north, the gorgeous beaches of Goa and Kovalam and Kerala’s intriguing backwaters in the south. Tours to India and Nepal provide the perfect chance to visit many iconic landmarks and attractions including the Taj Mahal, the Red Fort, the Ghats of Varanasi and the Chitwan National Park.
Highlights of India, Nepal and Bhutan
The extraordinary metropolis of Delhi buzzes with life and showcases an exciting mixture of old and new India. New Delhi is a modern, pulsating city and the cosmopolitan heart of India with impressive skyscrapers, glitzy malls and plenty of green spaces. Hidden within this vibrant city is the colonial centre of Old Delhi displaying traces of a past life. Explore ancient tombs, cultural temples and even ruins of forgotten cities.
Mumbai is a city of extremes, for example the dynamic energy of the financial centre could not be further from the tranquillity of the huge tropical rainforest and the wealthy, prolific film industry is a world away from the city’s slums. The city also boasts some of the grandest colonial-era architecture on the planet as well as unique bazaars, hidden temples and some of India’s best restaurants and vibrant bars.
Located in the South of India, the region of Kerala is known for its range of stunning landscapes including a UNESCO-listed mountain range, a serene array of backwaters and beautiful beaches. Kerala has a colourful trading history and a relaxed pace of life. There is no better way to explore this charming region than to journey through the rural communities of the backwaters to witness fishermen and farmers happily going about their day and women cooking up delicious dishes.
Founded in 1727, Jaipur is Rajasthan’s capital city and is part of India’s Golden Triangle along with Agra and Delhi. The city is commonly known as the ‘Pink City’ because in 1876, Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur painted almost the whole city pink to welcome the Prince of Wales and Queen Victoria. Sitting in Jaipur’s heart is the City Palace, home to the former royal family; the Jantar Mantar and just outside of the city is Jaipur’s crown jewel, the magnificent Amber Fort.
Agra – The Taj Mahal
Of course, no visit to India would be complete without witnessing the awe-inspiring mausoleum of white marble; the Taj Mahal. One of the modern wonders of the world and a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Taj Mahal was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan following the death of his favourite wife. The huge mausoleum complex took 20 years to complete and has been immaculately preserved; it is the most famous site in India.
Nestled on the banks of the sacred river Ganges, Varanasi is one of the oldest cities in the world and is the cultural and religious centre of North India. The city is intensely holy and is a pilgrimage for devout Hindu’s, in fact, worshippers can be seen performing rituals and bathing in the riverside Ghats. Visiting the famous Ghats is both intense and enlightening. Also, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Khajuraho which boasts exquisitely carved Hindu and Jain temples from the Chandela dynasty.
The intoxicating city of Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal and has quickly become one of the world’s most fascinating cities after being opened to tourists in the 1950’s. The ancient city has a maze of narrow streets, wooden temples and intricate examples of Nepalese architecture. Kathmandu can be chaotic and overwhelming but a stroll through the city’s backstreets is the best way to embrace the timeless cultural and artistic heritage.
Chitwan National Park
Chitwan National Park (formerly known as Royal Chitwan National Park) is one of Nepal’s most important attractions. Covering an area of 932 square km, the World Heritage–listed reserve successfully protects an estimated 400-plus Asian one-horned rhinos and 80 Royal Bengal tigers, sloth bears, wild boars, elephants, gaur (bison), species of deer, monkeys, crocodiles, leopards, and more than 450 bird species. During a trip to the national park, which also protects forests, marshland and grassland, you’ll have a great chance of spotting one-horned rhinos, tamed elephants, deer, monkeys and varied bird species.