Although we are now working from home, if you are due to travel shortly we will be in touch to support and guide you in either postponing or cancelling your trip, based on Foreign Office advice and your insurance arrangements.
When you feel ready to do so, we are here to help you plan your next holiday, knowing availability in many key destinations is already tight for next year. To help you move forward with confidence, our booking conditions have been relaxed in case you are unable to travel due to COVID-19 issues beyond your control (eg a new wave of infections; visa restrictions; mandatory quarantine; or cancellation of your international flight).
Thank you for your ongoing kindness & support in these difficult times. And remember that all our holidays are fully financially protected, wherever in the world you live.

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Claire Farley, Managing Director
India and Sri Lanka Holidays

Indian Sub-Continent: India and Sri Lanka

With a rich history dating back for millennia, India and Sri Lanka holidays offer an extraordinary cultural experience unlike anywhere else on earth. With many iconic sites to be explored and astonishing forts, palaces and temples to be discovered, you need to allow enough time to truly experience this incredible region.
Our India and Sri Lanka holidays will introduce you to two fascinating lands of contrast. India alone comprises 29 different states and 7 union territories, with over 20 official languages and each with its own culture, cuisine, history and architectural wonders. It is a rapidly developing country with many different facets, colours and landscapes that cannot be covered in a single trip, so it’s best to concentrate on one region at a time – then return for another visit.
India is the land of the tiger safari, elephants, Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book & the iconic Taj Mahal. The 'Golden Triangle' of Delhi, Agra & Jaipur in Rajasthan are rich with astounding forts and palaces from the Maharaja era, and with luxury train travel you can journey back in time to the opulence of a royal yesteryear. Boasting over 30 World Heritage Sites, India is a Hindu country rich in tradition where vivid, exuberant festivals are a way of life. Afterwards relax on the beaches of Goa or on a traditional houseboat in the southern state of Kerala.  
Sri Lanka by contrast is a predominantly Buddhist country, with some of the best preserved ancient Buddhist statues and shrines in the world. It is also the best place on the Indian subcontinent to see leopards and Asian elephants in the wild.
Both India and Sri Lanka have some wonderful Indian Ocean beaches – ideal for relaxation after a tiger safari or at the end of a cultural holiday. Savour a variety of sensational regional curries, try out yoga, treat yourself to an Ayurvedic spa treatment or participate in a local festival.
Nepal is known for its tiger safari and trekking in the spectacular Himalayas and Bhutan is another peaceful Buddhist country to explore.
Travelling with your own driver & guide is one of the best ways of exploring the Indian subcontinent, as this allows you to relax and enjoy the experience, whilst your driver takes care of all the small details. Bottled water is provided on your tour and rest assured you will stay at excellent hotels with normal western facilities.
So why not combine your own ideas with our expertise and let us help you create India and Sri Lanka holidays of a lifetime. We offer a wide range of options at different price points, all of which can be tailor made to your exact requirements. Call us on 01582 766122 or click on the map below for some wonderful holiday ideas. Download our India brochure (PDF 1.2 Mb)
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Holidays to India usually start with the popular Golden Triangle route that links Delhi with Jaipur in Rajasthan and Agra, home of the world famous Taj Mahal. Exploring the lush southern state of Kerala, including a night on a traditional rice houseboat, is another popular choice.
Central India is home to many famous tiger reserves, as well as the erotic tantric temples at Khajuraho and the sacred city of Varanasi on the River Ganges. Mumbai is the gateway to Gujarat, with its amazing birdlife and Asiatic lions, and the stunning beaches of Goa, whereas Calcutta is the gateway to West Bengal and the Sundarbans Delta, as well as Darjeeling and Kaziranga National Park, where you can view game from the back of an elephant. Or if its breathtaking mountain landscapes and spiritual India you are seeking, head to mighty Himalayas Mountains and Punjab.
Holidays to Sri Lanka usually start in the capital of Colombo, before heading to the hill capital of Kandy and the amazing Buddhist sites of the Cultural Triangle. If you love wildlife, this is one of the best places on the Indian subcontinent to see Asian elephants in the wild. The leopards, birds and other wildlife of Yala National Park are also not to be missed, before heading to historic Fort Galle and some splendid Indian Ocean beaches for relaxation at the end of your tour.
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