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India Travel Tours & Trips

Pushkar's cultural treats and camel fair
Hampi's boulders and ruins
Udaipur and Lake Pichola
Off-the-beaten-track in Nimaj Bagh
The road to Nubra Valley
Houseboat backwater cruise in Kerala
Delhi
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Taj Mahal
Train travel - a quintessentially Indian experience
Jaipur’s Amber Fort
Ranthambore's tigers
Gwailor’s millennium-old fort
The ancient trading town of Jaisalmer
Cochin's diverse history
Varkala on the Arabian Sea
Goan cuisine
Colonial Old Goa
The perfect day in Anjuna
Walk to remote Rumbak
The Great Thar Desert trading town of Jodhpur
Desert camel safari
The Ganges and Varanasi
Chandelao - medieval fortress turned heritage hotel
When you absolutey, positively have to sleep
Nothing beats a campfire singalong. These guys know what we're talking about
  • Trips & tours in India

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    Countries visited: Nepal, India
    21 days
    Fill your face with momos in Kathmandu and get ready for a HUGE trip. Rafting, beach camps, Pokhara lake chill times, Annapurna trek (awesome), animal guys in Chitwan National...
    Countries visited: Nepal, India
    14 days
    Embrace your inner hippy in Kathmandu, search for Bengal tigers at Chitwan, check out Buddha’s hometown, fall in love with Varanasi, ogle at the Taj, hang in a palace at...
    Countries visited: Nepal, India
    15 days
    Head from bustling Delhi to remote Tordi Garh, get down and dirty with the best street food in Jaipur, gape at the Taj, cruise down the holy Ganges in Varanasi, hang in Buddha...
    Countries visited: India
    11 days
    Get your haggle on in Delhi before legging it to Varanasi for a sunrise boat ride on the holy Ganges. Next is the Taj Mahal (it’s even better than the pics), a camel cart...
    Countries visited: India
    16 days
    A rollicking, rip-snorting jaunt through India’s lush interior. Head from Trivandrum up to Varkala for prime beach gallivanting. Take a boat ride through the Kerala...
    Countries visited: India
    22 days
    Get some India in-de-ya. Delhi starts the show and finishes it, too. In between you get sand-dune camping, Jodhpur’s markets, an Udaipur cooking class, Pushkar’s...
    Countries visited: India
    12 days
    India. Where cows are more important than you. Jump into Delhi, see the Taj, hang with the locals in Tordi, and amble through Jaipur, Pushkar, Nimaj and Jodphur. Train it back to...
    Countries visited: India
    37 days
    India has embraced the power of the horn: short blasts let the drivers know you're there, long blasts tell someone to hurry up and continuous beeps from motorbikes happen for no reason whatsoever.
  • Why we love India

    Travel in India is pretty much like nowhere else in the world. It’s mind-blowing, mind-expanding, mind-boggling and anything but mind-numbing. And with about 1.2 billion people sharing the space, there’s probably that many experiences to be had. In fact almost any experience you can have on the planet can be found here.

    That includes an all-night chai-athon while you wait for a cow to finish its nap on the train tracks. In the north you can ride a camel through the Thar Desert, meet the hippies of Jodphur, and live on lassis. Then there’s that little place called the Taj Mahal.

    In the south it’s all about the go-slow. There are Kerala’s canals to cruise, Goa’s beaches to go all beach-y on and enough coconuts to build a coconut building out of.

    Click the thumbnail to the right to expand our India infographic.

    Safety information

    Women should exercise caution when travelling in India. Reported cases of sexual assault against women are increasing; recent sexual attacks against female visitors in tourist areas and cities show that foreign women are also at risk. While the risk of an incident occurring on your trip is very low, below are some things you can do for your safety and peace of mind when travelling:

    -    Respect local dress codes and customs, perhaps dressing more conservatively than you do at home
    -    Avoid isolated areas, including beaches, unlit city streets and village lanes when alone at any time of day
    -    Avoid travelling alone on public transport, or in taxis or auto-rickshaws, especially at night
    -    If you have to use a taxi get them from hotel taxi ranks and use pre-paid taxis at airports. Try to avoid hailing taxis on the street. Some cities (including Delhi and Chennai) have special taxi services for women with women drivers
    -    If you’re being collected at the airport by a driver make sure they have properly identified themselves before you set off. When leaving your compartment on overnight trains (ie. going to the bathroom), ask a male travel companion to accompany you where possible

    For further information and advice, visit:
    www.gov.uk/government/policies/supporting-british-nationals-overseas/supporting-pages/advice-for-women-travellers
    www.smartraveller.gov.au/tips/women.html

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    India: Beyond the chaos

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