In Depth suits travellers who want to delve a little deeper into India or Sri Lanka. They incorporate a mix of well-known and ‘in-between’ locations, in both urban and rural areas. Trips move at a slow to moderate pace, with predominantly three-night stays at each location to allow for pre-arranged activities and free time for you to explore on your own. In Depth itineraries feature engaging activities such as walking tours, cooking classes and cultural performances to suit particular interests.
This unique India Unbound itinerary showcases the astounding cultural, historical, religious and natural diversity of India.
This lively and extensive north India tour covers some of the best known cities and sights of the north, while incorporating several slower-paced stops in the countryside.
This leisurely-paced itinerary gives you ample time to explore Rajasthan’s famous cities and quiet villages, meet its charismatic people and enjoy its rugged natural beauty.
Travelling at an easy pace, this itinerary allows you to appreciate the ancient and highly evolved cultures of South India, as well as its spectacular natural beauty.
A visit to Kerala should not be rushed. The leisurely tempo of this itinerary matches the languid and rhythmic pace of life in Kerala, allowing you to appreciate the finer details of its rich culture.
A variation of the classic Golden Triangle tour, this itinerary extends the experience by addingstays in lesser-known places, giving you a chance to see more than just the famous sights of Delhi-Jaipur-Agra.
James Tod was an officer of the British Raj who first arrived in India in 1799. This tour draws on Tod’s writing as it retraces his travels through the area. Relive the romance, chivalry and glory of his ‘Rajputana’.
Designed for those who are already familiar with Rajasthan, this trip skips the main sightseeing attractions to delve into less travelled, but no less fascinating, places. It’s ideal for those who like to explore on their own and progresses at a pace that suits their inclinations.
This trip offers a range of experiences which provide an insight into Rajasthan’s past – from cultural excursions to village walks and wildlife safaris – whilst enjoying the best of modern Rajasthan in hotels which have recreated the opulence of a glorious past.
A principal attraction of Rajasthan is the majestic forts and palaces built by the Rajputs over the centuries. Many of these spectacular buildings have been restored and converted into hotels, reviving the glorious lifestyle of the rulers who built them.
This itinerary highlights Rajasthan’s heritage of sustainability. The trip includes several hotels that utilise traditional rural and desert sustainability practices, visits to NGOs and activities that provide a benefit to local communities.
This trip offers an in depth and out of the ordinary experience of three of north India’s most vibrant cities, Mumbai, Kolkata and Delhi – each uniquely rich in history and culture.
This trip offers an in depth exploration of four of south India’s most interesting cities: Hyderabad, Pondicherry, Madurai and Cochin.
This itinerary will give you a sense of the epic dynasties that have dominated the social and cultural landscape of the Tamils for the last 1500 years.
Bespoke, Luxury Tours of West Bengal to Suit Your Interests
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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.
Manali to Leh is one of the world’s great road trips, offering some of the most dramatic scenery and mountain passes of the entire Himalayan range.
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.
One does not see Mumbai in the sense of conventional “sightseeing”; a visit should include daily life experiences that allow you to get under the skin of this thriving, consuming, breakneck city.
Kerala is famed for its apparent relaxed pace of life. Travelling slowly by foot, bike and kayak gives you the perfect opportunity to fully appreciate the natural and cultural environment of this unique part of India.
India, the birthplace of yoga and meditation – what better place to immerse yourself in the inner life ?
This is India with a Tibetan twist. Dharamsala is the home of the Dalai Lama and many Tibetan people living in exile. By spending several days here, you will get a strong sense of the Himalayas, Tibetan Buddhism and the living culture of the Tibetan people themselves.