Indian subcontinent

Amazing animals, beautiful coastlines, ancient temples, palaces and dramatic scenery define this part of world. From Everest in Nepal to India’s rugged hills and bustling markets, down to the amazing hill country of Sri Lanka, a warm welcome always awaits from the people here.

From those living in the large, bustling cities to the inhabitants of the small mountain villages that seem to be of a different time altogether, the people of the Indian subcontinent are both fascinating and hugely hospitable. This is just the start of its appeal as a place to explore – the amazing animals, beautiful coastlines, ancient temples, palaces and dramatic scenery are just as alluring. The incredible Himalayas are best experienced on a trek, with stunning vistas all the way, and delicious local curries as fuel. There’s Everest too, of course, in Nepal. And the amazing hill country of Sri Lanka, bright green with tea plantations and scattered with waterfalls, cloud forests and dazzling wildlife. Our specialists have visited every corner of the Indian sub-continent and carefully sourced the best luxury hotels, the finest guides and staff to ensure your experience is absolutely second to none. Our itineraries are just a starting point, we'll build a customized vacation that you'll never forget, one to bring this amazing part of the world to life.

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Classic Rajasthan

Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Nimaj, Jodhpur, Narlai & Udaipur

This classic journey gives you the complete experience of Rajasthan allowing you to experience all the highlights that this incredible region has to offer. From the impressive forts and palaces to the local rural markets, this area never ceases to amaze. Add into the mix some beautiful drives through the spectacular countryside and this itinerary provides a lovely introduction to Rajasthan to start a life long love affair.

Best for: Couples, Culture, Road trip, Adventure

Rajasthan in Style

Delhi, Agra, Ranthambore National Park, Alwar & Jaipur

India simply has it all - from battle-scarred forts, elusive tigers roaming wild forests, colorful rural villages unchanged by time and cities buzzing with modern life. This itinerary provides a luxurious taster into this fantastic destination whilst staying at some of the most stylish properties in the region and using the very best private drivers and guides to bring the itinerary to life.

Best for: History, Adventure, Culture, Road trip

Simply Rajasthan

Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Pali & Jodphur

This itinerary is perfect for a first-time visitor to explore northern India with a two week trip. From Delhi and onto Jaipur, ending in the Blue City of Jodphur, this itinerary takes in the forts, temples and palaces of Rajasthan including a visit to the iconic Taj Mahal giving the perfect introduction to the region.

Best for: Culture, History, Honeymoon, Adventure

Bhutan in Style: Aman Hotels

Thimphu, Punakha, Gangtey & Paro

This itinerary lets you uncover Bhutan in style, staying in Aman hotels throughout. The service and attention to detail of Aman is legendary and with a similar design, each property is intended to make you feel that you are coming home no matter which lodge you are staying in, in Bhutan. Throughout your time in Bhutan you will have a personal guide and driver, discovering both the highlights and the more off the beaten track hidden gems of this beautiful country.

Best for: Adventure, Couples, Off the beaten track, Honeymoon

Kerala for Teenagers

Cochin, Munnar, Thekkady, Backwaters, Marari Beach

This brilliant family vacation is full of excitement and adventure and is especially ideal for teenagers. Leading you from the backwaters and jungles of Kerala to the sun-drenched beaches and coastal coves it is the perfect introduction to the exotic delights of the subcontinent.

Best for: Family, Adventure, Culture, Road trip

Off The Beaten Track Rajasthan

Delhi, Agra, Ramathra, Ranthambore National Park, Bundi, Shahpura, Delwara nr Udaipur & Delhi

There is no better way to unlock the mystery and romance of Rajasthan than to get into the countryside and stay in former Maharajah’s palaces. This off the beaten track itinerary is perfect for a second time trip, largely bypassing the major cities and providing a more in-depth experience of rural Rajasthan, highlighting the Indian way of life.

Best for: Adventure, History, Off the beaten track, Couples

Rajasthan for Teenagers

Delhi, Agra, Ranthambore, Jaipur, Pali & Jodhpur

Rajasthan is an intriguing and beguiling destination, with something exciting around each corner making it ideal for teenagers. This itinerary combines the highlights of Delhi, Agra, Ranthambore, Jaipur and Jodhpur with a varied mix of bustling cities and idyllic rural heartlands giving the perfect mix and introduction to Rajasthan.

Best for: Couples, Culture, History, Honeymoon

Authentic Nepal

Kathmandu, Nuwakot, Bandipur, Annapurna Trek, Pokhara & Dhulikhel

Including the highlights alongside characterful and off the beaten track villages this journey through Nepal showcases the Himalaya in all its charm and beauty. Visit remote towns and villages followed by a trek through the Annapurna Range having private guides and experiences throughout.

Best for: Adventure, Off the beaten track, Couples, Culture

Classic Golden Triangle and Kerala

Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Cochin, Backwaters & Lake Vembenad

This classic itinerary takes you from the Golden Triangle of Rajasthan to the golden beaches of Kerala providing a fantastic combination of culture and relaxation. The Golden Triangle is teeming with the sights, sounds and experiences that make India such a mesmerising place from the forts and palaces to the local markets and Kerala provides the ideal spot for some R&R with palm fringed beaches and boutique accommodation.

Best for: Couples, History, Adventure, Culture

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