A land of sacred cows, opulent monuments, exceptional curries and all the chai you can drink. Get into India, STAT.
Travel in India is pretty much like nothing you’ve ever experienced.
Mind-blowing, mind-boggling and mind-expanding are just a few terms that spring to mind when you first step foot onto the hectic streets of Delhi.
Over a billion people call India home, and we think there are around the same number of awesome things to do: spiritual experiences on the banks of the Ganges in Varanasi, exploring ancient forts, palaces and villages in Rajasthan, snapping selfies at the Taj Mahal, lazing on the beach at Goa…
Get ready to tick them all off your list – alongside an awesome crew of 18-29 year olds and an amazing local leader – on an Indian adventure with Geckos.
What people say
India was a trip of a lifetime! From the stunning Taj to the colourful rituals on the Ganges - our Local Leader went above and beyond to create incredible experiences for all of us!
India travel highlights
Chill out in the backwaters of Kerala
Kerala is one case where the adjective ‘sleepy’ can be used in a good way. Spend the night with a local family in a small island village
Behold the glorious Taj Mahal
You’ve probably heard of this one. So have the three million other tourists visiting every year – but it’s still a breathtaking sight
Ride a camel through the Thar Desert
Forget carpooling with your mates to a music festival. This is the ultimate convoy
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India tour reviews
Our India trips score an average of 4.72 out of 5 based on 373 reviews in the last year.
The Road to Delhi, June 2017
Trip was great! Accommodations and the itinerary were awesome. Tour guide was amazing. I would recommend going during the high season though. Low season is very very hot.
Review submitted 24 Jun 2017
Rajasthan in Depth, June 2017
Travelling with Geckos really is an adventure! Remember to keep your backpack light, you'll thank yourself when you're waiting at train stations. The best choice you can make is to bring a good attitude and embrace the journey.
Review submitted 22 Jun 2017