INCREDIBLE INDIA

Oh the place called India!

Vintage and contemporary, colour and chaos, cities and countryside - India is a rich blend of wonder and calm that leaves an enchanting trail in your memory long after you have returned home.

Awaken your senses to the majestic palaces, enthralling Himalayas, fiesta of festivals, welcoming locals, culinary masterpieces and a culture so diverse that is bound to teach you and surprise you at every corner as you discover its magical stories.

The rich tapestry of this country is woven with many unique experiences like a horse riding safari in the villages, an authentic meal with a local + Read More

 

SIGNATURE MOMENTS

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Incredible Diversity - It is impossible to make a blanket statement about India because when you find one thing to be true some where the opposite is also true.

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Sensory Adventure - As a country that can't be explained - 'it must be experienced.'

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A fusion of chaos and calm - Witness the bustling cities oozing with modernization as well as the peaceful and simplistic days of the villages.

 
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Regional Cuisine - People often say it's all “Curry” but that’s not all - Indian cuisine changes within every one kilometre and the gastronomic diversity will surely leave your palate happy

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Stories of Heritage - India is one of the world's oldest civilizations. As you traverse, marvel at the architectural gems, unique folk art, vibrant festivals and a culture that will leave you speechless.

GOOD TO KNOW

  • Enter with an open mind
  • The best way to greet is with a Namaste
  • Embrace the chaos. Cities like Mumbai and Delhi can be overwhelming for the first time as so much is going on. But as you settle in you will get comfortable with it.
  • Research a bit about the region you are visiting, as cultural sensitivity differs in every state.
  • Carry cash in hand. Though ATM’s are widespread across the country, in the countryside cash will be the most welcomed.
  • Pack light and comfortable clothes and shoes.
  • Indian cuisine is more than just Tikka Masala. Explore the various foods of this diverse country. We promise your palate will thank you!
  • Don’t hesitate to speak to the locals in small towns and villages. You will get an insight into their way of life and culture which is very different from the cities.
  • Our representative will always be there to guide you through your journey to ensure you go back with wonderful stories and memories of your stay in India.

Travel Information

From October to March

India is a land of 22 languages. Hindi being the official language of the country, English is widely spoken across the country.

- The New India | Ved Mehta
- Dishoom | Kavi Thakrar, Naved Nasir, and Shamil Thakrar
- Nine Lives: In Search of the Sacred in Modern India | William Dalrymple
- Maximum City | Suketu Mehta
- Wanderings in India and Other Sketches of Life in Hindostan | John Lang

All foreign nationals (except Indian passport holders) require a visa to enter Nepal

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