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Escorted Tours of India

India Escorted Tours


India is bustling country steeped in culture and traditions with a rich history to discover. Known for stunning architecture and temples, national parks lush rainforest and grassland patrolled by elephants and tigers and some of the best street food on the planet, India offers travellers a plethora of experiences to enjoy and in our opinion an Escorted Tour is the perfect way to do just that.

Journey between the iconic cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur - known as the Golden Triangle, see the sun rise over the Taj Mahal, cruise along the mighty River Ganges, search for tigers in Rajasthan's National Parks or explore Kerala's sleepy backwaters, the choice is yours. Each of our India Tours have been designed to show you the best of this enthralling country however with so much to see we can guarantee after one you'll be back for more!

Beyond India's Golden Triangle

Beyond India's Golden Triangle

  • Visit Mughal-era cities and the beautiful palaces of Rajasthan
  • Explore the monuments of Old and New Delhi on a tour of the city
  • Enjoy a sunrise tour of the spectacular Taj Mahal
  • Take an elephant or jeep ride to the imposing Amber Fort
  • Wander the palaces and pavilions of the Agra and Mehrangarh Forts
  • and more...
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Essence of North India

Essence of North India

  • City tour of Old and New Delhi
  • Spot Bengal Tigers in Ranthambore National Park
  • The UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Taj Mahal
  • See the City Palace in Jaipur
  • Visit the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial
  • and more...
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Kipling's India

Kipling's India

  • Enjoy a Mumbai city tour
  • Search the animals of The Jungle Book on a safari
  • Tour the sights of Delhi on a rickshaw ride
  • Enjoy a tour of Shimla & visit the Kipling's residence
  • Toy Train ride into the Himalayan foothills
  • and more...
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Essence of North India for Solo Travellers

Essence of North India for Solo Travellers

  • City tour of Old and New Delhi
  • Spot Bengal Tigers in Ranthambore National Park
  • The UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Taj Mahal
  • City Palace, Jaipur
  • Mahatma Gandhi Memorial
  • and more...
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Grand Tour of Rajasthan

Grand Tour of Rajasthan

  • Old and New Delhi city tours.
  • The magnificent Taj Mahal and the impressive Red, Agra, Jaisalmer and Amber forts.
  • Deluxe tented camp stay in the Thar Desert.
  • Tour the 'Blue City' of Jodhpur.
  • The famous Ranakpur temple complex just outside Udaipur.
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A Royal Indian Odyssey

A Royal Indian Odyssey

  • Delight in the magnificent Taj Mahal
  • City tours of Delhi, Agra, the Pink City of Jaipur, Jodhpur and Mumbai
  • Admire the holy lake at Pushkar
  • Four wonderful scenic train journeys
  • Visit the white marble Ranakpur temple complex
  • and more...
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Spiritual India

Spiritual India

  • Visit Amritsar, holy city of the Sikhs
  • Scenic drives through mountainous countryside
  • Visit Shimla, nestled in the Himalayan foothills
  • Witness the Riverside prayer ritual of Ganga Aarti
  • Full day tour of Delhi
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Wonders of South India

Wonders of South India

  • City tours of Bangalore and Cochin
  • Jeep and boat safaris in Kabini
  • Meet people of the Todo Tribe
  • Ride the Nilgiri Mountain Railway
  • Wander through Meenakshi Amman Hindu Temple
  • and more...
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Grand Tour of North India

Grand Tour of North India

  • City tours of Delhi, Varanasi, Jaipur and Amritsar
  • Sunrise boat trip along the Ganges
  • Tour the magnificent Taj Mahal, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World
  • Traverse mountainous terrains on the UNESCO recognised Toy Train
  • Summer capital of British India - Shimla
  • and more...
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Delhi Agra and the Mighty Ganges

Delhi Agra and the Mighty Ganges

  • Visit Kolkata, capital of the British Raj
  • See colonial towns along the River Ganges
  • Cruise on the Ganges, India's sacred river
  • Witness a Ganga Aarti prayer ritual
  • Explore the awe-inspiring Taj Mahal
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India and Nepal by Rail

India and Nepal by Rail

  • Witness the grandeur of the Taj Mahal
  • Visit Amritsar's dazzling Golden Temple
  • See Varanasi on a boat ride on the Ganges River
  • Enjoy scenic train rides through India's colourful landscapes
  • Search for rhinos and tigers on a full-day safari through Chitwan National Park
  • and more...
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A Passage Through India

A Passage Through India

  • Admire the Holy city of Amristar
  • Ride on the UNESCO recognised 'Toy Train'
  • City tours of Delhi, Agra, the pink city of Jaipur, Varansei, Kolkata and Mumbai
  • Delight in the magnificent Taj Mahal
  • Visit Darjeeling with unforgettable views of the Himalayas
  • and more...
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Indias Palace on Wheels

Indias Palace on Wheels

  • Embark on a 7-night journey on the iconic Palace on Wheels train
  • Witness the architectural splendour of the Taj Mahal
  • Look out for the regal Bengal tiger on a safari through the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve
  • Royal welcome in Jaipur and an elephant ride to the impressive Amber Fort
  • Explore Chittorgarh, Ranthambore, Jaisalmer, Agra and Mehrangarh Forts
  • and more...
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India Tour Highlights

Learn more about these amazing places to visit on your escorted tour of India

Amber Fort

Amber Fort

Amber was the capital of the Kachchawahs from 1037 to 1728, when Sawai Jai Singh II moved the capital from the Amber Fort to the valley below and built Jaipur. The Fort as seen today was constructed from 1592 and extended by successive rulers. It was...

Amritsar Golden Temple

Amritsar Golden Temple

The exquisite Golden Temple, the most sacred place in Sikhism, attracts pilgrims as well as tourists from all over the world. As the central place of worship for all Sikhs, it provides a welcome and shelter for people of all faiths and castes, in keeping...

New Delhi

New Delhi

Delhi is a microcosm of India’s past, present and future. Here are the extremes that make India so compelling. A city that encompasses Mughal glory, European grandeur, Punjabi opulence, and the futuristic high-rises and malls of the new satellite city...

Old Delhi

Old Delhi

Delhi is a microcosm of India’s past, present and future. Here are the extremes that make India so compelling. A city that encompasses Mughal glory, European grandeur, Punjabi opulence, and the futuristic high-rises and malls of the new satellite city...

Jaipur

Jaipur

In 1728 the Maharajah Sawai Jai Singh II decided to move his capital from the Amber Fort to a dry lake in the valley below. Completed in just eight years, Jaipur was the first city in India to be built with rigorous town planning according to the principles...

Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park

Sheer beauty and Shere Khan. Widely considered the greatest of India’s wildlife reserves, Kanha National Park covers nearly 1,000 sq km of deciduous forest, savanna grassland, hills and meandering rivers with crystal clear waters. Few visitors are disappointed...

Palace on Wheels

Palace on Wheels

Launched in 1982 and refurbished many times since, the Palace on Wheels is one of the top luxury trains in India and rated as one of the world’s great train journeys. The delight of the experience is twofold. On the one hand, you get to see all the...

Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park

Once upon a time, Ranthambore was a game reserve of the royal families of Jaipur and Karauli, where huge tiger hunts took place involving the entire royal court on some 40 elephants slaying prodigious amounts of big game. Through the 20th Century, India’s...

Red Fort

Red Fort

As if Agra didn’t have more than its fair share of attention with the Taj Mahal, it also has up its sleeve the magnificent Red Fort, also known as Agra Fort. A mere 2km from the Taj along the Yamuna River, the high red sandstone ramparts dominate a...

River Ganges

River Ganges

Rising in the Himalayas and flowing over 2,500km through India and Bangladesh before emptying into the Bay of Bengal, the mighty Ganges is the world’s third largest river after the Amazon and Congo.But it is far more than a geographical statistic. The...

Shimla

Shimla

Shimla straddles an eight-mile long ridge, its buildings clinging to the green hillsides. The British ruling classes began coming here in the 1820s as a refuge from the summer heat. By 1864 Shimla, known as the Queen of Hills, was the British Raj’s...

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal

What can be said about the Taj Mahal that hasn’t already been written? How many times have you already seen it in zillions of photographs, films and TV programmes? Can such a hyped up destination possibly live up to expectation?Don’t worry. What many...

India Tours - Essential Information

When you visit India, these are the facts and useful information you need to know…

Flight Time to India
Flight Time

8 hours

Vise Required for India
Visa required?

Yes

Population of India
Population

1.3 Billion

Capital city of India
Capital City

New Delhi

Currency of India
Currency

Indian Rupee

India Time Difference
Local Time

GMT + 4.5 hours

Spoken Language of India
Spoken Language

Hindi