Back Roads take travellers to offbeat and uncommon locations in India and Sri Lanka. This style of travel is for visitors who are keen explorers and have a minimum of three weeks to spend away. The pace is moderate, with predominantly two-night stays at each destination. An ideal travel style if you have been to India or Sri Lanka before.
This unique India Unbound itinerary combines a relaxed pace with a string of charming heritage hotels and World Heritage-listed monuments between Delhi and Mumbai.
This is a gently paced trip with lots of time for exploring south India’s less famous temples, hills, beaches and small towns and featuring several lovely homestays with wonderful food.
This meandering, gently paced journey showcases the pristine beauty and cultural diversity of the Indian Himalaya.
This off-beat tour focuses on interesting towns and picturesque rural locales within the wonderful and well-travelled ‘golden triangle’. An ideal alternative for people with limited time who want to avoid the busyness of the region’s large cities.
Taking in some of Gujarat’s most significant and interesting historical sites, this trip will give you an in-depth understanding of Gujarat and the wider region’s historical and cultural context.
This unique India Unbound itinerary takes you from Delhi to Bhopal on the Bhopal Shatabdi, one of India’s air-conditioned ‘superfast’ trains. A 700 kms, 16 day journey, it allows you to cover an interesting cross-section of India in a hop-on, hop-off format.
The ‘frontier’ North East region of India is connected to the rest of the country by a narrow 20 km wide corridor of land, and has over 2000 km of border with Bangladesh, Bhutan, China (Tibet) and Myanmar (Burma).
Orissa is India in her most raw form – wild natural beauty, remarkable temples and flourishing tribal cultures.
A broad sweep through central south India, this trip features several of the country’s most remarkable yet rarely visited historical monuments.
This itinerary delves into one of India’s most interesting and prosperous states. Known as the birthplace of Sikhism and home to the majority of India’s Sikhs, it is also famed for its fertile farming land and its distinctive and vibrant culture.