Combining North and South India is an ideal way to gain an appreciation for the diversity of India. The minimum amount of time we would recommend for seeing both North and South India is 20 days, but ideally your trip would extend to 4 weeks or more in order to do justice to the huge variety of sights and sounds across India.
This extensive itinerary aims to capture the essence of North and South India, highlighting the rich diversity of languages, religions, cultural identities and landscapes.
Covering only a handful of highlights of North and South India, this itinerary will give you an idea of just how varied the two halves of the country are, in an action packed three week trip.
This tour offers an opportunity to dip a toe – and much more – into the vast array of healing and rejuvenating therapies available in two of India’s most spectacular destination spa properties, whilst touring major sights of the north and south.
This unique India Unbound itinerary showcases the astounding cultural, historical, religious and natural diversity of India.
This itinerary offers you an in-depth experience of two of India’s most interesting cities: Delhi and Cochin. With a unique ‘unpack twice’ format, you’ll get to know each destination well and have time to relax and enjoy the atmospheric heritage hotels of offer.
Aimed at food lovers, this wide-ranging itinerary showcases some of India’s many varied cuisines.
A unique wildlife tour of India created specifically for wildlife enthusiasts. This 16-day tour includes visits to four of India’s most rewarding National Parks – Satpura, Kanha, Kaziranga and Nagarhole – and covers the states of Madhya Pradesh, Assam and Karnataka.
India, the birthplace of yoga and meditation – what better place to immerse yourself in the inner life ?
India offers some of the world’s most luxurious train journeys. Travel to exotic locations in grand style on trains such as Palace on Wheels, Indian Maharaja, Royal Rajasthan, Golden Chariot and Deccan Odyssey.