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P & J, Feb 2012, Sri Lanka
“We much enjoyed all the places we stayed at particularly Tea Trails, where we were well cared for, and loved it all. Flights and all arrangements worked like clockwork.”P & J, Feb 2012, Sri Lanka

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India Holidays

India is quite literally a feast for the senses: a vast land of mountains, deserts, rivers and national parks blessed with a rich and colourful culture unrivalled anywhere else in the world. From exquisite temples to the mighty Mughal forts, the delightful tranquility of the Kerala Backwaters and the bustling populations of India’s great cities – everything in this country is on a huge scale and to witness this colourful land at first hand is an unforgettable experience.

Agra & the Taj Mahal

Cochin

Delhi

Kerala Backwaters

Khajuraho

Ladakh

Mysore

Rajasthan

Sikkim

Varanasi

Wildlife National Parks

Amarvilas, Agra

Baghvan, Pench

Brunton Boatyard, Cochin

Chhatra Sagar, Nimaj

The Claridges, Delhi

Deogarh Mahal, Deogarh

Devi Garh, Udaipur

Forsyth Lodge, Satpura

The Imperial, Delhi

ITC Mughal, Agra

Kabini River Lodge

The Leela, Udaipur

360' Leti, Uttarakhand

The Maidens Hotel, Delhi

Malabar House, Cochin

Mihir Garh, Rohet

Nadesar Palace, Varanasi

Neeleshwar Hermitage, Kerala

The Oberoi Gurgaon, Delhi

Purity, Lake Vembanad

Rambagh Palace, Jaipur

Raas, Jodhpur

Ramathra Fort, Karauli

Ranvas, Nagaur

The Serai, Jaisalmer

Sarai at Toria, Panna

Samode Safari Lodge, Bandhavgarh

Samode Palace, Jaipur

Shergarh, Kanha

Sher Bagh, Ranthambore

Tikli Bottom, Delhi

 

Description

India boasts a staggering variety of wildlife, including the rare Royal Bengal tiger and a prolific number of birds, both resident and migratory. To spend a few days in a selection of the national parks provides a fascinating insight into its rich and unique wildlife heritage. Those seeking to escape the normal hustle and bustle of everyday life can easily do so by travelling to the Thar Desert of Rajasthan or trekking in the Himalayan foothills of Ladakh or Sikkim. Culturally, artistically and scenically, India is without doubt one of the most diverse, dynamic and exciting countries on earth.

Hillstations of the Raj; from £1,854

Southern Traders; from £1,987pp

Rajasthan Revealed; from £1,989pp

Untouched Splendour of Assam; from £2,471pp

Legacy of Empires; from £2,746pp

A Jungle Odyssey; from £3,177pp

ESSENTIAL INFO

INDIA

WHEN TO GO

The dry season from October to April is generally considered the best time to travel to India.

VISAS

A visa is required for UK passport holders.

HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

No mandatory vaccinations are required.

TIME DIFFERENCE

GMT + 5.5 Hours