Discover Mumbai multi-centres

Superlatives quickly exhaust themselves with regards to Mumbai, a city with an astonishing 19 million inhabitants that is India’s most important port and also the centre of the country’s commercial and entertainment industries.

Guests can fly from the UK directly to Mumbai and, with just one connection, to a host of other Indian destinations. Direct internal flights operate daily between most of the nation’s major cities.

Mumbai & City and Culture Combinations


With an estimated 16 million residents it is extraordinary that Delhi is only India's second largest city. The metropolis buzzes with life and a remarkable contrast exists between the historic Old City and the tree-lined boulevards and imperial architecture of New Delhi.

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Known as the 'Land of Kings', India's largest state is renowned for its tiger reserve, Ranthambore which is home to the rare Bengal tiger. The charming 'Pink City' of Jaipur boasts resplendent palaces whilst the historic 'Blue City' of Jodphur is towered over by the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort, one of India’s largest forts.

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Mumbai & Wildlife Parks combinations

After exploring Mumbai's vibrant causeway, shopping complexes, colourful street stalls and bustling docks, embark on an unforgettable adventure across some of India's vast National Parks. Race across grasslands and savannahs in search of beautiful wildlife, from bison and crocodiles to leopards and elephants.


Ranthambore is one of India's largest National Parks and also one of the most iconic. It is best known for its population of mighty Bengal tigers, but there's also other significant beasts including leopards and sloth bears and countless birds.

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Periyar National Park is nestled in the mountains of the Western Ghats surrounding a serene lake and sweeping across 300 square miles of grassland, hilly forest and marshland. The reserve is home to an abundance of wildlife and is famous for its large number of elephants.

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Smaller Wildlife Parks

Venture into the heart of India and discover the magnificent wildlife and sweeping landscapes of some of the region's finest wildlife parks. Discover the stunning setting of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book at Kanha National Park or visit Bandhavgarh National Park, which claims to have the highest density of tigers in India.

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Mumbai & Beach combinations


Situated on India’s west coast, Goa offers a unique blend of Indian and Portuguese cultures with miles of long sandy beaches, colonial whitewashed churches and emerald green paddy fields.

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The state of Kerala offers a somewhat slower pace and a chance to unwind – particularly on the beautiful beaches of Kovalam which translates to ‘a grove of coconut trees’. Escape to your hillside retreat or take a dip in the Indian Ocean in this Southern India paradise.

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Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a dream destination offering a unique culture and warm, friendly people as well as vast stretches of beautiful coastline, rolling tea plantations, dense rainforest and ancient ruins.

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