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Grand Tour of India

57 Night Itinerary from  £25,357

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Explore Life in India, the scenery, culture and history, on an 2-month adventure from the Himalayas to Rajasthan, Kerala to the inspiring cities on the Ganges.

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Tour Route

Travel Highlights

  • Explore Mumbai and the caves at Aurangabad
  • Travel to Rajasthan, with stays in the iconic cites and beautiful countryside
  • Explore Agra and enjoy an early morning visit to the Taj Mahal.
  • Visit the incredible temples at Khajuraho.
  • Enjoy 4 x 4 safaris in Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Pench National Parks
  • Discover the Indian Himalayas in Amritsar, Dharamshala, Shimla and Paragpur
  • Visit an ashram in Rishikesh and observe the Ganges in Haridwar and Varanasi
  • Fly south to Kerala and enjoy a 3-night backwaters cruise 
  • Relax on a golden beach in Goa at the end of your Indian Odyssey

This itinerary can be tailored to your preferences by our specialist advisors, who can provide a guaranteed price based on your choice of route, duration, flights, hotels, transport and excursions.

Tour Itinerary

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Mumbai - 3 Nights

Day 1 - Depart from UK on overnight flight to Mumbai 

Day 2 - Arrive in Mumbai

Day 3 - Exploring Mumbai

Day 4 - Exploring Mumbai

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Sunday, 03 March 2024

Depart the UK on overnight flight to Mumbai

Fly overnight from the UK to Mumbai.

Monday, 04 March 2024

Arrive Mumbai

Arrive in Mumbai in the morning, where you will be met by our guide and transferred to your chosen hotel for a 3-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis. The rest of the day is at leisure. Mumbai is India’s most populous city, with some 13 million residents, as well as its commercial and entertainment capital, home to the world-renowned “Bollywood” film industry. 

Tuesday, 05 March 2024

Exploring Mumbai

Today enjoy a guided tout of Mumbai visiting the waterfront Gateway of India monument, an impressive 85-feet high arch built by the British in 1924 to serve as a ceremonial entrance to the country. 

We then travel by local ferry boat to the Elephanta caves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, that date back to 6th century AD. It was the Portuguese who named the caves after the statue of an elephant which is seen close to landing area. 

In the afternoon, visit the Prince of Wales Museum, with over 50,000 exhibits of ancient Indian history.  We also visit the Chhatrapati Sivaji Terminus, an impressive Gothic building and UNESCO World Heritage Site that replaced the original station from which India’s first train ran in 1853. With its elaborate carvings, buttresses, spires, turrets, and stained glass, it more closely resembles a palatial complex than a train station. 

Wednesday, 06 March 2024

Exploring Mumbai

Time today to explore Mumbai independently, or choose a excursion from our local guide.

Fariyas Hotel

Mumbai (Bombay) - Tourist Hotel


Fariyas Hotel is a good tourist class hotel located in South Mumbai, located 26 kms from Mumbai Airport and only a 5-minute walk from Gateway of India and Prince of Wales Museum and 15 minutes walk to Rajabai Tower and St. Thomas Cathedral. 

The hotel has a combination of superior, deluxe and executive rooms. Each is air-conditioned with private bathroom, comfortable beds, free Wi-Fi, TV, safe, hair dryer, mini bar, telephone, fridge and tea/coffee maker.

Public facilities include 2 restaurants, swimming pool and tavern bar. There is also a poolside cafe.

The rates are on a room and breakfast basis. 

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Intercontinental Marine Drive

Mumbai (Bombay) - Luxury Hotel

InterContinental Marine-drive Mumbai offers intimate modern hospitality alongside sweeping views of the Arabian Sea. Enjoy award-winning cuisine from world-renowned chefs, and experience the best rooftop sunset pool views with your plush luxury accommodation in the city. The hotels location on Marine Drive is close to Mumbai's top leisure facilities and famous sites.

The hotel has a choice of spacious executive rooms or suites, all air-conditioned with private bathroom, hair dryer, safe, TV hair dryer, tea/coffee making facilities, sitting area and telephone.

The most impressive part of the hotel is the wonderful rooftop bar and restaurant - the Dome. There is also a stunning rooftop swimming pool. It is a wonderful place to watch the sun set over the Arabian Sea. The hotel has 2 other restaurants: L & S Bistro and Kebab Corner. There is also a spa to relax after a days sightseeing.

The rates are on a bed and breakfast basis.

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Taj Mahal Palace

Mumbai (Bombay) - Luxury Hotel

Taj Mahal Palace opened in Mumbai, then Bombay, in 1903, and overlooks the majestic Gateway of India. This legendary luxury hotel has played host to kings, dignitaries and eminent personalities from across the globe.

Each of the rooms 285 rooms & suites are a striking blend of nostalgic elegance, rich history and modern facilities. All are air-conditioned with private bathroom, tea/coffee, sitting area, desk, hair dryer and safe.

The hotel has 9 restaurants and bars, from authentic Indian cuisine at Masala Kraft; world famous Japanese dishes at Wasabi by Morimoto; exquisite Eastern Mediterranean food at Souk and Chinese at Golden Dragon. Dine all day at Shamiana and choose from the exotic range of sumptuous desserts at La Patisserie. Unwind with a refreshing meal at Aquarius, the poolside restaurant; and visit the stylish Harbour Bar.

Signature experiences such as the afternoon tea at Sea Lounge and private dining at the Chef’s Studio make your stay with us truly memorable.

There is a spa, salon, lounges and a stunning swimming pool with views of the Gateway of India.

The rates are on a bed and breakfast basis.

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Aurangabad - 3 Nights

Day 5 - Fly to Aurangabad

Day 6 - Ajanta caves

Day 7 - Ellora Caves

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Thursday, 07 March 2024

Fly to Aurangabad

Transfer to the airport and fly to Aurangabad, where you will be met by our guide and transferred to your chosen hotel for a 3-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.

Friday, 08 March 2024

Ajanta caves

Today we visit the thirty rock-hewn caves at Ajanta, cut into the scarp of a cliff are either Chaityas (chapels) or Viharas (monasteries). On the walls of the caves are paintings with the outer walls covered with sculptures. The Buddhist theme of the Ajanta paintings recounts the life of Lord Buddha.

Saturday, 09 March 2024

Ellora caves

Today visit the Bibi Ka Maqbara, a smaller version of the Taj Mahal, built byAurangazeb, son of Shah Jahan who built the Taj Mahal. Continue to the Ellora Caves, a UNESCO World Heritage site, one of the finest examples of rock-cut caves in India.

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Udaipur - 2 Nights

Day 8 - Fly to Udaipur

Day 9 - Guided tour

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Sunday, 10 March 2024

Fly to Udaipur

Transfer to the airport and fly (via Mumbai) to Udaipur. Our guide will meet you and transfer you to your chosen hotel for a 3-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis. The rest of the day is at leisure.

Monday, 11 March 2024

Guided tour of Udaipur

Today visit the Jadish Temple, the largest and most venerated temple in Udaipur. Built in 1651 A.D. by Maharaja Jagat Singh, the temple is decorated with friezes and enshrines a black stone image of Vishnu. Explore the Maharajah’s City Palace, an imposing edifice of granite and marble, standing atop a ridge overlooking the blue waters of Lake Pichola and the exquisite Lake Palace. Later this evening, enjoy a pleasant boat ride on the Lake Pichola. 

Trident Hotel

Udaipur - Tourist Hotel

Built over sixteen acres on the banks of Lake Pichola, Trident, Udaipur is ranked amongst the best tourist class hotels near the lake.

The hotel has 137 rooms and suites, all air-conditioned with private bathroom, sitting area, tv, hair dryer, safe, telephone and views of the pool or gardens. There is also a kids club.

Public facilities include a wonderful swimming pool, very extensive gardens, spa, the Amrit Mahal Bar, lounge and gym. There are two restaurants serving traditional Rajasthani specialities and international cuisine. In the summer, you can enjoy al fresco dining on the terrace.

The hotel offers a range of excursions exploring Udaipur, the city of lakes.

The rates are on a room and breakfast basis.


Raas Devigarh

Udaipur - Luxury Boutique

Located in the Aravalli Hills north of Udaipur, the Rams Devigarh - once an 18th century palace - is now a luxurious fully restored boutique hotel with glorious views over the distant hills and local villages.

The hotel has 39 air-conditioned and beautifully appointed suites, with sitting room, balcony and luxury bathroom. The focus is on retaining the original features of the building with marble and colourful stonework.

Public facilities include a candle bar offering Indian and International cuisine, with much of the produce taken from the hotel’s own garden. You can eat in the elegant restaurant or al fresco on the terrace. There is a spa and stunning infinity pool. 

The hotel is a perfect base to explore Udaipur and the area around the hotel is a joy to explore, either on foot, by bike or horseback. You can take yoga at sunrise, perhaps take a camel ride or simply relax by the pool. It will be hard to leave the majesty and peace or this most romantic retreat.

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Taj Fateh Prakash

Udaipur - Luxury Hotel

Located on the banks of Lake Pichola, Taj Fateh Prakash is part of the iconic City Palace complex, built in the 20th century by Maharana Fateh Singh as a venue for royal events. Like princely dignitaries from another era, present-day guests enjoy stunning views of the lake and Aravalli mountain range.  The original palace décor has been meticulously maintained. The hotel is like a living museum with artefacts, paintings and elaborate decoration making this a very special place to experience Udaipur.

The 65 rooms and suites offer an equally grand experience, with marble flooring, sweeping views, luxury beds and amenities, space and all the facilities you would expect from a top class hotel.

The Sunset Terrace offers Indian and international cuisine; other public facilities include the Surya Darshan Bar which offers English Afternoon Tea later converting to a romantic sunset spot for champagne and hors d’oeuvres.

The rates are on a room and breakfast basis.


Narlai - 2 Nights

Day 10 - Drive to Narlai

Day 11 - Narlai

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Tuesday, 12 March 2024

Drive to Narlai

Today we drive to Narlai, in the heart of the Aravalli Hills, a small, busy and idyllic little village surrounded by forested hills. It’s arguably one of the most beautiful rural locations in Rajasthan. Take a ride on a Marwari horse exploring beautiful countryside and rural villages surrounded by Aravali ranges - a memorable experience. 

Wednesday, 13 March 2024


Today, stroll by the lake, take a Marwari horse trek, visit village houses and connect with the locals, contemplate the view atop an enormous white elephant sculpture on Narlai Hill, or visit the extraordinary Sage Shri Narad cave temple.

In the evening, you will be taken through the thick of the jungle to an ancient step-well (Baoli) that’s around 1100 years old for a lantern lit dinner. 

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Jodhpur - 2 Nights

Day 12 - Drive to Jodhpur

Day 13 - Guided tour of Jodhpur

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Thursday, 14 March 2024

Drive to Jodhpur

Drive to Jodhpur and check into your chosen hotel for a 2-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis. The rest of the day is at leisure.

Friday, 15 March 2024

Guided tour of Jodhpur

Today we will explore the city’s beautiful Mehrangarh Fort built in 1459 and a network of courtyards and palaces. We also visit the bustling Clock Tower bazaar to get a flavour of this historic city. 

Raas Jodpur

Jodpur - Luxury Boutique

Located in the centre of Jodpur means all the best sites are within walking distance of the RAAS Boutique Hotel Jodpur. Formerly an 18th century Haveli, the hotel has been beautifully converted with echoes of Rajput architecture still visible.

The hotel has 40 rooms and suites, varying from Garden and luxury rooms to a choice of lavish suites. Each is air-conditioned with private bathroom, balcony or terrace, tv, hair dryer, telephone, FREE Wi-Fi and luxury amenities.

Public areas include a spa, the Stepwell cafe, the Baradari restaurant and al fresco dining at Darikhana.

Raas Jodpur is the perfect base to explore Jodpur; both stylish and historic.

The rates are on a room and breakfast basis.

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Jamba - 2 Nights

Day 14 - Drive to Jamba

Day 15 - Desert adventure 


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Saturday, 16 March 2024

Drive to Jamba

Travel to Jamba, home to the Bishnoi tribes. Here, spend two nights at the Dera Dune Retreat (on a full board basis) set atop a high sand dune with panoramic views of the Thar Desert. Later in the afternoon, we will have an opportunity to go on a camel cart safari. 

Sunday, 17 March 2024

Desert adventure

This morning visit the village of Khichan to observe over 30,000 cranes that migrate here. We then explore the desert by 4 x 4 jeep, visiting villages and meeting local people; brightly clad women with silver jewellery and men dress entirely in white, their large turbans loosely swathed around dark skinned, weathered faces. 

Enjoy a show by Kalbeliyan (also known as the Gypsies of Rajasthan) dancers in the evening.

Dera Dune Village

Rajasthan - Tourist Lodge

Located in the heart of the Thar Desert in Rajasthan, Dera Dune Village is a quite unique retreat from the bustle of city life. Its position is on top of a 100 foot sand dune in Jamba, the land of the Jambhoji tribe. The Bishnois, a sect of people formed about 500 years ago are considered the oldest environmentalists of the planet. They still observe the rules established in 1485 by their founder Jambhoji, which include the protection of trees and wild animals. Other inhabitants of the area include the herders, or Raikas, who take pride in their heritage as caretakers and breeders of ‘ships of the desert’, camels.  The Rajputs belong to the traditional ruling elite. There are also castes that specialise in weaving camel wool and cloth and adorning them with fascinating patterns.

The retreat has16 cottages complete with air-conditioning, heating, fully equipped bathrooms, writing table, wardrobe and a dressing area. While having all the modern amenities, each cottage is designed in the local architectural style to resemble ‘dhanis’ or tribal huts.

Public facilites include a swimming pool, dining room, al fresco dining and many activities including camel riding, desert safaris, a visit to the Khichan bird sanctuary, Jamba Temple, birdwatching and wildlife tours and visits to local villages.

The rates are on a full board basis including a choice of excursions.

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Pushkar - 1 Night

Day 16 - Pushkar

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Monday, 18 March 2024

Travel to Pushkar

Travel to Pushkar, one of India's most ancient cities and often called tirtha-raj, meaning the king of pilgrim sites. There are several temples in Pushkar and the most famous being the Brahma temple, which is one of the few temples dedicated to Brahma in the world. Pushkar is also famous for the Pushkar Lake, which has 52 ghats. Pilgrims from across the country visit the lake to take a dip in its holy water. Check into your hotel for a 1-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis. 

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Jaipur - 3 Nights

Day 17 - Travel to Jaipur

Day 18 - Guided tour

Day 19 - Exploring Jaipur

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Tuesday, 19 March 2024

Travel to Jaipur

Today drive to Jaipur, known as the ‘Pink City’ rich in heritage, culture and architecture. Check into your chosen hotel for a 3-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.

Wednesday, 20 March 2024

Guided tour

Enjoy a guided tour of Jaipur visiting the beautiful Amber Fort, the Palace of Winds, the City Palace, and the Jantar Mantar observatory. There will also be time here to explore the local markets and shops of the old town.

Thursday, 21 March 2024

Exploring Jaipur

The day is free to further explore Jaipur at your leisure.

Trident Hotel, Jaipur

Jaipur - Tourist Hotel

The Trident Hotel is an excellent tourist class hotel in Jaipur with views of Mansagar Lake and Jal Mahal. Ideal for couples and families.

The 132 air conditioned rooms and suites are well appointed, including private bathroom, TV, minibar, FREE Wi-Fi and panoramic views of the lake or the landscaped gardens, with the Aravalli mountain range forming a dramatic backdrop.

Public areas include a swimming pool, spa, kids club, bar, Jal Mahal restaurant serving Indian and International cuisine and a pool terrace serving snacks and drinks.

The rates are on a room and breakfast basis.


Samode Haveli

Jaipur - Luxury Boutique

Samode Haveli is a little gem, oozing charm and character in the heart of Jaipur, amongst a maze of busy streets. Formerly the townhouse of the eminent Samode Family, the hotel breathes history with its pretty courtyards and leafy garden.

The bedrooms vary in shape and size and are superbly decorated, according to the owners’ impeccable taste – modern Rajasthani colour meets contemporary chic. All are air-conditioned, with private bathrooms and luxury amenities.

Perfectionists to the end, the family are constantly thinking up mouth-watering new menus and the gloriously grand dining room, bar and al fresco dining courtyard – any gourmet would be satisfied here. Choose to dine in warm grandeur, under the stars, or enjoy a private dinner by the step well, exquisitely lit with hundreds of flickering candles. The inner courtyards and shady verandahs are replete with soft, elegant furniture and provide perfect places to relax in after an exhausting shopping or sightseeing trip, if not tempted to head to the small but excellent spa for a reviving massage. On chillier nights, spend the evening in the sumptuous, ornate comfort of the marvellous drawing room, covered with floor to ceiling intricate frescoes, and indulge in a bygone age of the royal life of the Samode Family.

There is also a gym and exquisite swimming pool with a beautiful poolside bar.

Samode Haveli is a relaxed, friendly place and is a great option for anyone wanting a delicious, traditional little boutique hotel in the middle of the old city.

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Jai Mahal Palace, Jaipur

Jaipur - Deluxe Hotel

Built in 1745, the Jai Mahal Palace is a stunning piece of Rajasthan’s heritage, a great example of Indo-Saracenic architecture set amidst 18 acres of landscaped Mughal gardens. Jai Mahal Palace has been the residence of three Prime Ministers of the princely state of Jaipur. Painstakingly restored and recently refurbished, it is now a luxury five-star Taj heritage hotel equipped with all modern-day comforts.

The 94 rooms and six suites offer you unbeatable views of the city and palace gardens. Perfectly located in the heart of the Pink City close to the main shopping areas and prime historical sites such as Amber Fort, HawaMahal and City Palace. 

The hotel has two speciality restaurants; Cinnamon serves the most authentic Royal Indian cuisines from four princely states, while Giardino is Jaipur's finest contemporary Italian restaurant. The popular all-day-dining multi-cuisine restaurant Marble Arch offers a medley of flavours; and the fashionable Marigold Bar houses a selection of single malts and cigars alongside innovative cocktails.

The hotel also has a luxury spa, delightful gardens, lawns, a swimming pool and offers a wide range of activities including yoga.

The rates of on a room and breakfast basis.

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Gadoli village - 1 Night

Day 20 - Travel to Gadoli

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Friday, 22 March 2024

Drive to Gadoli

Drive to Gadoli village and check in to the Dera Village for the night (on a full board basis), an eco-friendly retreat nestled at the base the Aravali Hills. After lunch, set out on a camel/camel cart safari through the surrounding villages to meet the local Meena tribespeople who live in mud huts that they decorate inside with floral and animal designs. Largely an agricultural people, the Meena have maintained much of their traditional culture and customs.

Dera Village Retreat

Rajasthan - First Lodge

The Dera Village Retreat was established in 2002 as a place for travellers to experience the authentic, rural Rajasthan. Located 2 hours drive from Jaipur, the retreat offers a welcome break from the busy tourist attractions in the major cities of Rajasthan.

The retreat has 18 cottages complete with air-conditioning, heating, fully equipped bathrooms, study table, wardrobe and a dressing area.

Public areas include a large and peaceful garden, where you can relax in the sunshine, try yoga or enjoy the regular evening entertainment of local dancers. The cosy dining room offer contemporary Indian cuisine or you can eat al fresco.

There is much to do in the area, including camel rides, trekking and visiting local villages that have not changes for years.

The rates are on a room and breakfast basis, but other packages including excursions are also available.


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Agra & the Taj Mahal - 2 Nights

Day 21 - Travel to Agra

Day 22 - Taj Mahal & Agra Fort

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Saturday, 23 March 2024

Drive to Agra

After breakfast, drive to Agra, en-route visit the Fatehpur Sikri. Built in red sandstone, during the second half of the 16th century by the Emperor Akbar, Fatehpur Sikri (the City of Victory) was the capital of the Mughal Empire for only some 10 years. Continue to Agra, where you check-into your chosen hotel for a 2-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.

Sunday, 24 March 2024

Taj Mahal & Agra Fort

Up early this morning to visit the Taj Mahal, the magnificent tomb of white marble built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz, w ho had implored her husband to build a monument symbolising their undying love for each other. In the afternoon, visit the imposing Red Fort of Agra with fairy tale palaces, two beautiful mosques, audience halls, pavilions, courtyards, and gardens.

Tajview Hotel

Agra & the Taj Mahal - Tourist Hotel

Spread over six acres of manicured gardens, the Tajview, Agra is a relaxing base to explore and sightsee. For those who want the best vantage point, some with direct views of the Taj Mahal. 

The rooms are a combination of superior, deluxe, Premium and suites. All are air-conditioned with private bathroom, tea/coffee making facilities, safe, hair dryer, tv, telephone and sitting area.

Public facilities include a swimming pool, fitness centre, shopping arcade and spa. There are 2 restaurants serving Indian, Chinese and International cuisine.

The rates are on a room and breakfast basis.



Grand Imperial

Agra & the Taj Mahal - First Hotel

The Grand Imperial Hotel was built in the early 1900s by the British. It remains the only grand heritage boutique Hotel in Agra and as such will add a sense of occasion to your stay here. The hotel is central Agra with views, from the rooftop bar and cafe, of the Taj Mahal, Red Fort and other Agra landmarks. Every corner in the hotel has a story to tell , whether it’s unraveling the majestic royals of the princely states, with its pre-independence coronation, or the ruling times of the British Raj.

The hotel has 15 spacious deluxe rooms and 30 suites, each elegantly furnished with private bathroom, safe, minibar, hairdryer and sitting area.

Public areas include a swimming pool, spa, lounge, bar and evening entertainment. The hotel has an elegant restaurant, plus you can enjoy drinks and snacks on the rooftop terrace.

The rates are on a bed and breakfast basis.


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ITC Mughal

Agra & the Taj Mahal - Luxury Hotel

The ITC Mughal, Agra is a fitting tribute to the great Mughal builders of the past. With 23 acres of luxurious gardens and located close to the Taj Mahal, it is the only Indian hotel to have won the prestigious Aga Khan Award for its excellent representation of Mughal architecture. You will feel this as soon as you step into the grand lobby, dedicated to the great King Akbar.

The hotel has 233 opulent rooms and suites, each designed in the style of the great Mughal architecture of the past. All room are air-conditioned, very spacious and include a private bathroom, tv, safe, hair dryer, sitting area, minibar and luxury amenities.

The public areas including beautifully maintained gardens, a stunning swimming pool, spa, fitness centre and a salon. The excellent 3 restaurants serve Indian and international cuisine and there are lounges and 2 bars in which to relax.

The rates are on a room and breakfast basis.

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Khajuraho - 2 Nights

Day 23 - Travel to Khajuraho

Day 24 - Guided tour of Khajuraho

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Monday, 25 March 2024

Travel to Khajuraho

Travel by train and road to Khajuraho, where you check into your hotel for a 2-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.

Tuesday, 26 March 2024

Guided tour of Khajuraho

Today, enjoy a guided tour of Khajuraho, visiting the legendary temples including Chitragupta Temple, Devi Jagdamba Temple and Adinath Temple. We will also visit attractions such as Kalinjar Fort, Ajaigarh Fort, Vaman Temple and Parsvanth Temple.


Bandhavgarh National Park - 2 Nights

Day 25 - Drive to Bandhavgarh National Park

Day 26 - Two game drives

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Wednesday, 27 March 2024

Drive to Bandhavgarh National Park

Drive to Bandhavgarh National Park, located in one of India's last remaining areas of substantial forest, in what was originally part of the princely state of Rewa, home of the rare white tiger. Enjoy a safari spotting spotted deer, sambar, barking deer, nilgai, blackbuck, four-horned antelope, gaur (Indian bison and largest of the world's oxen), sloth bear, leopard and the Royal Bengal Tiger. 

Check into your hotel for a 2-night stay on a full board basis.

Thursday, 28 March 2024

Two game drives

We will have a full day to explore Bandhavgarh National Park with sunrise and sunset game excursions. Daytime sightings of tiger are more likely at Bandhavgarh than at any other preserve in India.

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Kanha National Park - 2 Nights

Day 27 - Drive to Kanha National Park

Day 28 - Two games drives 

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Friday, 29 March 2024

Drive to Kanha National Park

Often called Tiger Land, Kanha is located in a horseshoe-shaped valley with two distinctive hills on either side. In the centre is the maiden (open grassy meadow), dotted with stands of majestic everg reen Sal trees to form a savanna countryside reminiscent of Africa. This park has been designated a “Tiger Reserve” and comes under the protection of Project Tiger — the single largest conservation project mounted by the Government of India.

On arrival, check in to your lodge for a 2-night stay on a full board basis. Later in the afternoon, proceed for game excursion to the national park.

Saturday, 30 March 2024

Two game drives

Today, enjoy a morning and afternoon game drive in Kanha National Park. 


Pench National Park - 2 Nights

Day 29 - Drive to Pench National Park

Day 30 - Two game drives

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Sunday, 31 March 2024

Drive to Pench National Park

Pench National Park is a wild playground harbouring country’s maximum density of prey animals, chased by an estimated 65 Tigers. The landscapes of scrublands, deciduous forest of teaks and many lakes, streams and Pench River can be instantly associated with the incidents and wild mentions of the animal life in the jungle book of Sir Rudyard Kipling. The established corridor between Pench and Kanha National park, adds to the glory of both the parks with many animals frequently traversing between the park boundaries. On arrival, check into your lodge for a 2-night stay on a full board basis and enjoy your first game drive.

Monday, 01 April 2024

Two game drives

Enjoy a morning and afternoon game drive in Pench National Park.

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Fly to Delhi - 3 Nights

Day 31 - Fly to Delhi

Day 32 - Guided tour of Delhi

Day 33 - Exploring Delhi

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Tuesday, 02 April 2024

Fly to Delhi

Transfer by road to Nagpur and take a domestic flight to Delhi. On arrival, transfer to your chosen hotel for a 3-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.

Wednesday, 03 April 2024

Guided tour of Delhi

Enjoy a guided tour of Delhi today, visiting Old Delhi and Jama Masjid, one of the largest Muslim mosques in India. A bicycle rickshaw will take you into the heart of Chandni Chowk (the silver square - so named because of the silver merchants). Drive past India Gate, a 42-metre archway built in memory of Indian soldiers killed during the First World War and Rashtrapati Bhawan, built in the early 20th century as the Imperial residence of the Viceroy. Today, it is the official residence of the President of India. We also visit Sikh Gurdwara.


Thursday, 04 April 2024

Exploring Delhi

A day free for your own explorations of this wonderful city. 

Maidens Hotel, New Delhi

Delhi - Luxury Hotel

The Maidens Hotel was established in 1903 and remains a stately survivor of the golden age - the sweeping driveway and the grand façade give an inkling of its star-studded past. Its architecture is the most glorious illustration of old-world European charm with its colonial impressions. A stay at Maidens Hotel is a historically and culturally enriching experience! Every corner in the hotel has a story to tell, whether it's unraveling the majestic royals of the princely states, the Delhi Durbar with its pre-independence coronation, or the ruling times of The British Raj.

The hotel is located in North Delhi within close proximity to the major attractions and has 54 rooms and suites all with high ceilings, air-conditioning, mini bar, tea-coffee maker, LCD TV, satellite channels, safe, hair dryer, FREE Wi-Fi and telephone.

Public areas include lush gardens, a gym and classic wining and dining in the Cavalry Bar, the elegant Curzon Room restaurant serving Indian dishes and the Garden Terrace restaurant.

The rates are on a room and breakfast basis.



Oberoi, New Delhi

Delhi - Deluxe Hotel

The Oberoi, New Delhi is located in the centre of New Delhi, close to the major attractions including India Gate.

The hotel has 220 air-conditioned and spacious rooms and suites with marble bathrooms, teak floors and oak desks. Each room has a safe, FREE Wi-Fi, TV, telephone, 24 hour butler service, goose pillows (with choice), Nespresso coffee machine, tea making facilities and hair dryer.

Public facilities include all day dining at 360 degrees signature restaurant serving international dishes, Omya serving contemporary Indian cuisine, Baoshuan serving chinese fayre and the magical Cirrus 9, a famous rooftop bar with panoramic views of Delhi. There is also a club bar and cigar lounge, patisserie and delicatessen. The hotel also has a luxury spa, gardens and outdoor swimming pool.

The rooms are on a bed and breakfast basis.


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Amritsar Temple

Amritsar - 2 Nights

Day 34 - Fly to Amritsar

Day 35 - Golden Temple and Wagah Ceremony


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Friday, 05 April 2024

Fly to Amritsar

Transfer to the airport and fly to Amritsar. On arrival, transfer to your chosen hotel for a 2-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.

Saturday, 06 April 2024

Golden Temple and Wagah Ceremony

Today, visit the Golden Temple, not only a central religious place of the Sikhs, but also a symbol of human brotherhood and equality. Originally built in 1574, the Gurdwara is surrounded by a large lake or holy tank, known as the Sarovar, which consists of Amrit (holy water). Late afternoon, we drive to wagah border with Pakistan to witness the beating retreat ceremony.

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Dharamsala - 2 Nights

Day 36 - Drive to Dharamshala

Day 37 - Guided tour of Dharamshala

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Sunday, 07 April 2024

Drive to Dharamshala

This morning after breakfast drive to Dharamshala, the home to the Tibetan people in exile in India. Check in to your chosen hotel for a 2-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.

Monday, 08 April 2024

Guided tour of Dharamshala

Enjoy guided sightseeing of Dharamshala including visits to His Holiness Dalai Lama Temple complex and Namgyal Monastery, a Buddhist monastery in a mountain setting, offering tranquil surrounds & picturesque views.


Paragpur - 1 Night

Day 38 - Drive to Paragpur

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Tuesday, 09 April 2024

Drive to Paragpur

Today, we drive to Paragpur visiting the 8th century Hindu temples at Masrur en route. Paragpur is situated amidst the scenic natural beauty and declared a Heritage Village by the Government in 1997. It is believed that village was established three centuries ago and one can witness traditional architecture in mud plasters walls and slate roofed houses, old shops, roads and cobbled lanes. Check into your hotel for a 1-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.


Shimla - 3 Nights

Day 39 - Travel to Shimla

Day 40 - Guided tour of Shimla

Day 41 - At leisure 

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Wednesday, 10 April 2024

Travel to Shimla

After breakfast, drive towards Shimla famous for snow-capped Himalayan peaks and green pastures. Its spectacular hills are dotted with old buildings from the colonial era and the town’s bazaars bustle with local life. Check into your chosen hotel for a 3-nights stay on a bed and breakfast basis.

Thursday, 11 April 2024

Guided tour of Shimla

Enjoy a guided tour of Shimla visiting the Mall, Jakhu Temple and the Indian Institute of Advanced Study was built during 1884-1888 during the British rule in India. We also visit the Shimla State Museum.

Friday, 12 April 2024

At leisure

A day to explore on your own, perhaps taking a trek in the scenic hills.

The Lodge at Wah, Palampur

Shimla and the hill stations - First Lodge

The charming Lodge at Wah is situated just outside the historic town of Palampur. Lying in the heart of the Kangra Valley, in northern Himachal Pradesh, the lodge is surrounded by a ring of foothills and the distant snow-capped peaks of the Dhauladhar Himalaya. The air is crisp and fresh, the sky is wonderfully clear and blue (out of monsoon), and the countryside is stunningly beautiful in its mountainous wildness.

The Wah Tea Estate (originally created in 1857) surrounds the lodge, with its pretty pathways and shady trees turning it into a feast for the eye. Now run by the fourth generation of the current owning family, this dynamic young couple wanted to open up their lands to guests and built The Lodge at What which is an utterly charming, cosy, intimate small home in the hills with 8 rooms divided amongst 3 cottages. Using local craftsmen, traditional building techniques and materials, the lodge is constructed almost entirely of wood, mud, stone and slate. They have a strong eco focus in using everything natural and the result is an earthy, rustic, inviting place to rest up in the foothills of the mighty Himalaya.

Very much hosted by the affable owning family, one has an opportunity here to immerse oneself in local culture and tradition, and the workings of a tea estate, chatting by a bonfire in the garden or by a roaring log fire on colder nights. The simple but deliciously comfortable bedrooms are spacious with beamed ceilings, soft, earthy hued furnishings and no paint has been used. Replete with chunky wooden furniture and a plethora of rugs, they have a delightful, country atmosphere but want for nothing – heating, air-conditioning, great bathrooms, some have balconies.

The main house is home to a cosy sitting room and dining room which have been brightened with cheerful fabrics and furnishings. Dining here is a feast and concentrates on flavoursome local recipes, using only organic, local produce and what is in season at the time. In keeping with their strong eco focus, almost everything is home or locally grown – farm to table at its best!

The Lodge at Wah makes the perfect base for visiting visiting tea plantations or nearby Dharamshala which does not really boast anywhere particularly wonderful to stay, and the walking and trekking in the Kangra Valley is fabulous. There are numerous local monasteries, temples and historic Kangra Fort to visit, along with a multitude of idyllic picnic spots – not to mention some of the best paragliding sites in the world! It really is the perfect place to unwind for a few days after a hectic tour around India.

The Lodge At At Sunset

Clarkes Hotel

Shimla and the hill stations - Luxury Hotel

Located on Shimla’s Mall Road, Clarkes Hotel is an oasis of calm on the bustling promenade. Built in 1898, Clarkes is classed as a Grand Heritage Hoteland is one of the oldest hotels in Shimla. Clarkes Hotel embodies the elegance and charm of yesteryear, with all modern conveniences and world class service. Clarkes Hotel is just 10 minutes by car from Shimla Railway Station and is within walking distance of Shimla attractions - Gaiety Theatre, Gorton Castle, Rothney Castle, many churches and other colonial era buildings.

The hotel has spacious rooms and suites have a unique British colonial ambience, are elegantly furnished and offer spectacular views of the mountains or Shimla’s Mall Road. Each is air-conditioned with private bathroom, tv, tea/coffee maker, minibar and safe.

Public facilities include a dining room, bar, lounge and delightful roof terrace with amazing views of Shimla and the mountains.

The rates are on a room and breakfast basis.

The Terrace

Wildflower Hall

Shimla and the hill stations - Luxury Hotel

Wildflower Hall is the former residence of Lord Kitchener, commander in chief of the British army, and exudes the ambience of a grand stately home with stunning mountain views and glorious country gardens.

The spacious air-conditioned rooms are elegantly furnished with private bathroom, sitting area, choice of garden, valley or mountain view, teak floors, tea/coffee making facilities and other amenities.

The public areas include a welcoming lounge, snooker and billiards room, tennis court, well stocked library, spa, swimming pool, the Cavalry bar and fine dining restaurant.

There is much to do from the hotel including a Heritage Tours, mountain biking, yoga, trekking and if you are travelling in the winter - ice skating.

The rates are on a room and breakfast basis.

Wildflower Hotel View
Lower Ganges

Haridwar - 2 Nights

Day 42 - Drive to Haridwar

Day 43 - Explore Haridwar

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Saturday, 13 April 2024

Drive to Haridwar

Drive to Haridwar, one of the most sacred cities in India. Hari means god and Dwar means gate - the city is known as the gateway to god. Pilgrims from across the India visit Haridwar to take a dip into the holy river Ganges. Check in to your chosen hotel for a 2-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.

Sunday, 14 April 2024

Explore Haridwar

Explore Hardware today, including Hari ki Pauri, one of the most sacred bathing ghats in India.

Local Ladies

Rishikesh - 2 Nights

Day 44 - Travel to Rishikesh

Day 45 - At leisure 

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Monday, 15 April 2024

Travel to Rishikesh

Travel to Rishikesh, also known as the “Place of Sagas” is a spiritual town situated 24 kms upstream from Haridwar, at the confluence of the Chandrabhaga and Ganga and surrounded by scenic beauty of the hills on three sides. The River side is dotted by the ashrams of Sadhus and Sages. Rishikesh represents the site where Vishnu vanquished the demon Madhu. After checking into your closet hotel for a 2-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis, visit Parmarth Ashram and Laxman Jhoola along with other temples of the city. You can opt to take an Ayurveda treatment, with daily massages.

Tuesday, 16 April 2024

At leisure

Relax in spiritual Rishikesh.


Varanasi - 3 Nights

Day 46 - Travel to Varanasi

Day 47 - Guided tour 

Day 48 - Exploring Varanasi

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Wednesday, 17 April 2024

Travel to Varanasi on a domestic flight from Dehradun Airport via Delhi. On arrival, transfer to your chosen hotel for a 3-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.

Thursday, 18 April 2024

Guided tour of Varanasi

Rise early this morning and take a boat ride on the Ganges past the ghats. Here, pilgrims gather on the steps that lead down to the river to bathe in the waters of the sacred river, as the city begins to come alive, in the magical misty light of dawn. Our tour includes visit to silk weaving centre and later in the evening return to the holy River Ganges on a boat ride where you will witness the beautiful and captivating 'Aarti' ceremony’ at twilight.

Friday, 19 April 2024

Exploring Varanasi

A day free for your own explorations of this extraordinary city.

Suryauday Haveli

Varanasi - First Hotel

Suryauday Haveli (a local term for townhouse) on Shivala Ghats is a reflection of the spirit of the holy city of Varanasi. The Haveli traces its history back to the early 20th century; it was built by the Royal Family of Nepal as a retreat for the aged. Its now been painstakingly restored as a first class hotel located directly on the ghat best ghat. You can even arrive by boat. If you are seeking to experience the magic of the sacred Ganges close up, this is the hotel for you.

The Haveli has air conditioned 14 rooms and suites each with bathroom, telephone and TV.

Public areas include a dining room serving Indian and international cuisine, a terrace and roof top where you can enjoy a drink and watch the famous sunsets. The Havali offers yoga on the terrace and a wide range of excursions exploring Varanasi and its surrounding areas can be arranged.

The rates are on a bed and breakfast basis.


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Taj Nadesar Palace

Varanasi - Luxury Hotel

The Taj Nadesar Palace Hotel was built by the British East India company and as such retains an exclusive air of elegance and colonial style; a quiet oasis away from the busy streets and ghats of Varanasi.

The hotel has lavishly furnished rooms, all air-conditioned with private bathroom, DVD player, FREE Wi-Fi, hair dryer and even butler service.

Public areas include a wonderful swimming pool, spa, fitness centre and extensive gardens leading to the Ganges River. The elegant dining room serves excellent Indian and international cuisine.

The Taj Nadesar Palace Hotel really is the perfect base to explore Varanasi.

The rates are on a bed and breakfast basis.

View Of Hotel

Taj Ganges

Varanasi - Tourist Hotel

The Taj Ganges is located in the centre of Varanasi within walking distance to the famous Ghats. The hotel is set in 12 acres of landscaped gardens providing a place of peace from the business of the city and riverlife.

There are 130 contemporary rooms and suites, each air-conditioned with private bathroom, FREE wi-Fi, tv, safe, mini bar, tea/coffee maker and other amenities. 

Public areas include a swimming pool, fitness centre, spa, Princep bar, lounge and gift shop. Dining is well regarded with international dishes served in the Chowk restaurant. 

The rates are on a room and breakfast basis.

Pool And Hotel
St Francis Church

Kochi - 2 Nights

Day 49 - Fly to Kochi

Day 50 - Guided tour of Kochi

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Saturday, 20 April 2024

Fly to Kochi

Transfer to the airport and take a domestic flight to Kochi. On arrival, check into your chosen hotel for a 2-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis.

Sunday, 21 April 2024

Guided tour of Kochi

After breakfast, enjoy a tour of Kochi visiting Fort Cochin and St Francis Church, built in 1510 by friars brought to India by Vasco da Gama. Continue to a Jewish Synagogue and Dutch Palace which contains mythological murals and traditional Keralite flooring. 

Brunton Boatyard

Kerala & the Backwaters - Luxury Hotel

Brunton Boatyard is an unlikely blend of medieval Portugal, Holland and an English village grafted onto the tropical Malabar Coast. Located in Fort Cochin, it’s an inspiring place to explore Kochi. The hotel was a boatyard under the British Raj, now beautifully converted and restored to a luxury hotel.

Twenty two rooms overlook the sea, each with en-suite bathrooms and a small balcony. Four rooms have views of the pier and Fort Kochi town. Each room is air-conditioned, with tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer, safe, bathrobe and FREE Wi-Fi. There is also a very spacious suite with a balcony and sitting area.

Dine in style at the Armoury Restaurant and bar or al fresco on the Pier or on the terrace. Other facilities include a swimming pool looking out to sea, gym, spa, Ayurveda centre and cooking demonstrations.

From the hotel, there is much to explore, perhaps a sunset cruise, or a visit to nearby Mattancherry market and Palace, the David Hall Art Gallery and St. Francis Church.

View Of The Hotel
Houseboat Kerala backwaters

Backwaters cruise - 3 Nights

Day 51 - Backwaters cruise 

Day 52 - Backwaters cruise 

Day 53 - Backwaters cruise 

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Monday, 22 April 2024

Backwaters cruise

In the morning, drive to the backwaters in the Alleppey district to board your houseboat for a 3-night cruise on a full board basis. The uniqueness of Kerala has always been its Backwaters. On this comfortable floating home you may spend your day relaxing and unwinding. As you slowly cruise along the backwater canals of the Arabian Sea, you may choose to stop and explore some of the many small villages, farmlands, old temples and churches that you come across.

Tuesday, 23 April 2024

Exploring the backwaters

Along the way we go ashore to visit some of the local villages and farms, observing traditional livelihoods such as coir making, boat building, fish farming, rice growing and toddy tapping – the extraction of palm sap for production of palm wine, or toddy. We also see churches in a land synonymous with the very beginnings of Christianity: Saint Thomas the Apostle was said to have made a missionary visit to Kerala in 52 AD; to this day Kerala has a significant Christian minority.  

Wednesday, 24 April 2024

Backwaters cruise

Your last day relaxing, enjoying the cuisine on board and the scenery of 'Gods Own Country'.

The Lotus

Kerala & the Backwaters - First River Cruise

The glorious vessel has been converted from a rice barge into a contemporary floating hotel exploring the quiet backwaters.

The Lotus has clean lines and much use of teak, it is bright and fun and fresh. The chef serves delicious meals. There are two large bedrooms with teak floors, cheery colours, large observation windows, i-pod docks, mosquito netting, fans and silent air-conditioning. Each room has a private sit-out and en-suite airy bathrooms (showers).

Relax in the spacious indoor sitting room, by the bar and on the glorious large sun deck for al fresco dining and soaking up the sun - a perfect vantage point for watching a way of life that has changed little over the years.

Undisturbed by the sound of traffic, the birdlife is exceptional and dining under the stars feasting on delicious, freshly caught seafood whilst listening to fish jumping, is magical.

There is no better way to explore Kerala and its hidden secrets of the waterways than by boat. The Lotus offers 1 or 2-night cruises with part of each day spent gently cruising and the rest of it ashore, visiting otherwise unreachable temples, villages and local cottage industries.

View From The Front

RV Vaikundam

Kerala & the Backwaters - First River Cruise

The river cruise boats of today are modified version of the traditional Kettuvallom or Rice barges of the past which had been in use for transporting produce and goods from interior farms to the markets. Today they are comfortable cruising homes to unwind and relax immersing in the pristine nature and inexplicable energy along the meandering network of the Backwaters.

RV Vaikundam has nine well-appointed cabins with attached bathrooms on the lower deck and an excellent kitchen. There is an air-conditioned and exquisitely set dining hall and open lounge on the upper deck. The   wooden hull of the boat is made by joining planks of local wood ‘Aanjili,’ using strong coir rope on the segments above waterline while, below waterline copper tacking keeps the hull both strong and traditional. The wood is coated with caustic black resin made by boiling cashew kernel and fish oil. The wood is periodically treated with the Neem oil and Fish oil. The cabins are made using wooden panels, bamboo poles and bamboo mats, following the traditional practices. Each cabin is air-conditioned and has a private bathroom and either double or twin bed.



Goa Beach Bee

Goa - 5 Nights

Day 54 - Fly to Goa

Day 55 - At leisure 

Day 56 - At leisure 

Day 57 - At leisure 

Day 58 - At leisure 

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Thursday, 25 April 2024

Fly to Goa

Today, fly to Goa and transfer to your chosen hotel for a 5-night stay on a bed and breakfast basis. Goa is also known as “the pearl of the east”, and has Gothic churches, age-old ruins, palm-fringed beaches, coconut groves, ferry rides, bubbly folk music and beautiful coastline. Goa is blessed with fabulous weather, even more fabulous beaches, delightful people, good food, hill-top forts, little white-washed churches, soaring Portuguese-era cathedrals, a unique cultural legacy-small wonder.

Friday, 26 April 2024

At leisure

Relax on the beach.

Saturday, 27 April 2024

At leisure

Enjoy the charms of Goa.

Sunday, 28 April 2024

At leisure

A day to enjoy your hotel and explore the many cultural riches in Goa.

Monday, 29 April 2024

Your final day

The last day of your incredible Indian Odyssey.

Ahilya by the Sea

Goa - Luxury Boutique

Ahilya by the Sea is a special boutique ‘villa’ hotel situated at the end of a beach in a quiet location with Panaji and places such as Anjuna within easy reach.

It has emerged as a result of two families merging in marriage with one providing the idyllic location (The Trindade family) and the other providing years of built up hoteliering expertise (The Holkars of Ahilya Fort). As a result the family have created Ahilya by the Sea in a unique boutique hotel.

The Trindade family is famous for its connections to the arts and the idea behind the hotel is to recreate the glorious styles of Old Goa but with a nod to more modern, comfortable amenities. It is a place where guests will experience an authentic, artistic, rich Goan connection and feel like pampered, integrated locals rather than harried tourists. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly with a strong emphasis on the arts, music and cuisine – the owning family’s passions!

There are seven spacious rooms and three separate Portuguese style villas (perfect for renting separately, in their entirety) made from hand hewn local red laterite rock, and 1 tower room. The interiors are relaxed and inviting and home to a fascinating collection of personal antiques and Goan art.

Outside comprises lush gardens with two lap pools and shady verandahs for resting on admiring the view, with the sea breezes wafting over you, and there’s a small massage room. Meals are taken in different places according to the weather and time of day but, suffice it to say, whether you eat in the cool dining area inside or alfresco, listening to the ocean, dining here will always be an event to savour!

All this, together with Goa’s rich tradition of hospitality, culture, cuisine and history, is on your doorstep so you never have to travel far (if at all), nor tear yourself away from precious time resting and feasting in the sun, to have what will undoubtedly be a magical, genuine Goan experience - a world away from the madness with which Goa is often associated today.

Ahilya by the Sea is the perfect place to end a holiday (2 night minimum stay), providing a warm, intimate, authentic base from which to explore this fascinating state. This is Goa at its best!

A Room With A View

Niraamaya Residences, Goa

Goa - Luxury Private Villa

Niraamaya private residences are located on the southern coast of Goa, overlooking the ivory sands of Benaulim beach. The two luxury residences offer the seclusion of a private home, distinctive hospitality, and uninterrupted ocean views. There are lovely gardens set amidst coconut palms. 

The Mangalore-tiled roof lend a unique character while the hand-picked art in the rooms enhances the sense of the region. All facilities are available at your fingertips, so you have your every need met - from your very own butler and chef to your personal fitness consultant.

There are two villas. The Premium Pool Villa has a sun-drenched plunge pool and luxurious living spaces with garden views with the blue waters of the Arabian Sea as background. The villa is spread over 2,500 square feet and features an en-suite bathroom, living room, dining room and lush vertical garden at the entrance.

The elegantly appointed Beach Villa provides a peaceful yet breath-taking view of the gardens, has all modern comforts spread over 1,250 square feet and features an en-suite bathroom.

South Goa is perfect to relax and also as a base to explore the cultural attractions of Goa.

Niraamaya private residences

Fly back to the UK - 0 Nights

Day 59 - Fly back to the UK.

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Tuesday, 30 April 2024

Fly back to the UK

Transfer to the airport for your flight back to the UK, via Mumbai arriving later the same day.

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Room Arrangement Tourist First
Multiple Travellers - Twin Room £25,357 £31,179

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  • 59 Days / 57 Nights
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  • 58 breakfasts, 11 lunches and 11 dinners 
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  • Excursions as described, all with expert, English-speaking guides
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