Explore a subcontinent of rich contrasts and exotic cultures with an unforgettable independent, group or solo tour of India, Nepal and Bhutan
From the Golden Triangle, steaming cities, golden beaches and peaceful backwaters of India to the mountainous and landlocked nations of Nepal and Bhutan, the Indian subcontinent is a land of rich contrasts and exotic cultures. We offer many options for travellers, whether you’re looking for a small escorted tour (which will give you the chance to experience the many diverse regions with other like-minded people who all share the same interest in the local food, wine and culture), an independent itinerary so you can tailor the trip to your needs, a rail journey for luxury and comfort, or a holiday for just yourself as a solo traveller. Activities are vast and varied; from photographing the Taj Mahal both at sunrise and sunset and hiking up to the iconic Tiger’s Nest in Bhutan, to canoeing along the Rapti River in Nepal – there’s a holiday for everyone in this beautiful subcontinent.
Our recommended India, Nepal and Bhutan tours
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Delve into the colourful culture and iconic sights of India’s famous Golden Triangle, before exploring the Himalayas’ charismatic mountain regions.
Combine the classic northern sights of cities and palaces with the southern tropics on this holiday of contrasts. Get caught up in the buzz of Delhi and visit the Taj Mahal before slowing down the pac...
Cities, rare wildlife species, ancient archaeological sites and breathtaking natural beauty await on this incredible journey around Central India.
Experience the elegance and charm of a bygone era whilst travelling through India in style on board the luxurious Maharajas’ Express. Enjoy traditional hospitality, opulent comfort and fine dining as ...
Experience a journey that takes you around India’s iconic Golden Triangle, into beautiful Ranthambore and to the Rajasthani cities of Jodphur and Udaipur.
There are certain images that are conjoured while thinking of India. Mumbai's skyline, the Taj Mahal, Bengal tigers and the spectcular forts of Rajasthan are just a few that might spring to mind. This...
Tucked away between Nepal and Bhutan, the hill stations of India’s eastern Himalaya are the place to go if you want to step off the well-trodden path.