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Responsible Discovery

For today’s World Animal Day, we would like to honour all animals as sentient beings and pay full regard to their welfare, not only today, but on all our tours. Read on how we play our part in preserving wildlife in our trips and how you can contribute to make our world a...

Kerala’s best spas

Kerala has been busy promoting inner peace and deep relaxation to wellness seekers for decades. With its long history of Ayurveda, it’s not surprising that many hotels in India’s most laid-back state offer related treatments, including packages (usually lasting from just a few...

Homestay in India

Homestay’s in India are well worth thinking about and we actively encourage it on our itineraries. Hotels in India are a bit of a mixed bag so many tourists play safe by staying in the five stars. Whilst many of these are wonderful and provide a far better level of service...

Travelling Safely in India

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Given it’s size, startling scale of human and mechanical traffic and diversity of economic success, India is and always has been, a surprisingly safe country to travel in for western visitors. A little common sense goes a long way. There is no need to be over-cautious. In...
Cochin street

Cochin

The sublime state of Kerala has all the endemic charms that shape a top tourist target in South Asia. A rich colonial history, biotic backwaters and bucolic landscapes, royal palaces, a desirable Human Development Index, motley populace and, perhaps best of all, a gem of a city...

Goa

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It figures that Goa is a fixture tourist destination in India. The popularity of the compact coastal state is still built on desirable elements of the good life: a rustic beach, mellow tropical breeze, palm tree shade and the hypnotic din of the sea. That all of it bubbles above...
Victoria Memorial Kolkata

Calcutta

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India’s cultural capital is a shock to most tourists, and not always in a good way. Kolkata has its fair share of confronting poverty, crumbling colonial architecture and street kids desperate to sell sympathetic visitors a ‘bargain’. But amidst teeming streets thick with the...
Darjeeling Himalayan Railway

Darjeeling

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In the esteem of most connoisseurs, the West Bengal hill station of Darjeeling still pumps out some of the best black tea in the world. While wholly accurate, this supreme corner of India is about much more than colonial plantation charm. Apart from Darjeeling Tea Home to over...

Eastern India

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West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha(Orissa) and Jharkhand – are four states that rarely pop up on typical Indian travel itineraries, but for the curious, or return traveller, these are areas of India that really call out to be explored. After visiting the many sights of Kolkata, consider...
Leela Palace, NewDelhi

Ultra-Luxe

India excels at offering its jet-setting visitors a huge range of unique luxury holidays and experiences. With its grand hotels that span the country from north to south, its long tradition of hospitality and the genuine welcome extended to visitors, most needs, however luxurious...
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