Visit the exotic lands of India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan with our range of escorted group tours, private itineraries and tailor-made holidays.
Experience the colour and magic of a holiday to India, Sri Lanka, Nepal or Bhutan. Offering a select collection of guided group tours and tailor-made holidays, we have something to suit all styles of travel, time-frames and budgets. From the fertile Himalayan foothills and the regal palaces of legendary Rajasthan, to the steps of the marble Taj Mahal and the palm-fringed beaches of Sri Lanka, or the fluttering prayer flags of Nepal and Bhutan, these countries will enchant even the most seasoned traveller.Read More
Our group tours to the Indian Subcontinent are led by expert and passionate local tour guides who will ensure your holiday is fun and hassle-free from start to finish. Tour group sizes in India typically range from 15 to 20 travellers and are much smaller in Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan. Most tours have no single supplements, and for the few that do, we’ll do our best to match you up with another solo traveller.
Top Indian Subcontinent Travel Deals and Upcoming Tours
|Trip Name||Starts||Departing||From USD||Deal||Map|
|Taj Express - 8 days||Delhi, India||02 Mar 2019||USD $698||was $1,395 2-for-1|||
|Taj Traveller - 8 days||Delhi, India||09 Mar 2019||USD $698||was $1,395 2-for-1|||
|Holi, Festival of Colour - 8 days||Delhi, India||17 Mar 2019||USD $773||was $1,545 2-for-1|||
|Colombo, Caves & Kandy - 8 days||Colombo, Sri Lanka||27 Apr 2019||USD $748||was $1,495 2-for-1|||
|Diwali, Festival of Lights - 8 days||Delhi, India||25 Oct 2019||USD $773||was $1,545 2-for-1|||
Our Indian Subcontinent Trip Types
Group ToursView 33 Group Tours
Our group tours to the Indian Subcontinent aim to strike a balance with well-planned itineraries, which include all the key sights as well as free time to do your own thing.Read More
Plus with plenty of local interaction, these group tours to India, Sri Lanka and Nepal are perfect for a first time visit to the subcontinent. Staying at 3-4 star hotels as well as heritage properties, we'll organise everything to make your holiday as seamless as possible, from transportation and complimentary return airport transfers, to sightseeing and guiding along the way, plus some meals.
Tailor-made HolidaysPlan Your Dream Holiday
Whether you want to see the sights of India, Sri Lanka or the Himalayas on their own, or combine them all together for an epic cultural break, our tailor-made team are happy to help you plan that ultimate Asian adventure.Read More
Alternatively, you could also combine Sri Lanka with a blissful beach break in the neighbouring Maldives. Whatever your preferences, we are here to find exactly what you are looking for to provide you with the trip of a lifetime.
Family HolidaysView 3 Family Holidays
Take the family on an incredible adventure with our family tours, offering a mixture of unique cultural, historical and active experiences designed for kids and adults alike.
Private ToursView 26 Private Tours
To help you start planning that dream holiday to the subcontinent, we have picked out some of our favourite itineraries to India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan.Read More
As a vast and diverse region we're really just scratching the surface here, so if there are certain places you'd like to visit or things you'd like to do that are not covered on these itineraries, we will be happy to arrange them for you.
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Indian Subcontinent tour reviews
Scoring an average traveller rating of 4.71 out of 5 based on 202 recent reviews — See All Indian Subcontinent Reviews
The tour through part of North India was definitely eye-opening, even for a long term traveler like myself. It inspired many emotions and our guide Yusuf really helped to put things into perspective. His personal and historical narratives were greatly appreciated as well as all the support he gave me resolving some issues around the purchases I made in India. Yusuf is an excellent tour leader, very good at "herding cats and people". I am definitely looking at South India tours based upon his recommendations and overall presence in our group.”
Although this was an ‘express’ tour I felt we covered a lot in the time available and with the distances covered. I was surprised by the travel time for each leg of the trip - the trip notes didn't include estimated durations for all travel days. Other companies do this routinely so this is one improvement that On the Go could make so travellers have full information before they book. I note that road and traffic conditions are not the same as the U.K. and there were sufficient toilet and food stops which shows the guides’ consideration for the group.
The hotel on the last day in Delhi was disappointing. The rooms were great however the location wasn’t and as there was no bar or spa at the hotel (unlike the starting point hotel) spending the last night together was not as much fun as it could have been and relaxing after a busy week would have been better with spa, or a gym! The breakfast was also poor with mostly Indian food and only bread and cereal other than this.
Our guide was fantastic. He looked after everyone with great care and consideration, including finding pharmacy’s and phone shops for travellers, offering more frequent stops for those who weren’t well and re-planning portions of the trip where journeys took longer than expected or It was a foggy day. He shared some personal stories to help explain aspects of the Indian culture and provided excellent information on all aspects of history, culture, etc. There were times when Yusuf sat away from the group for meals, which we felt uncomfortable with as we wanted him to be part of the group - by the end of the week he was doing this and I think this made him feel more comfortable sharing stories with us, which was nice for everyone. My one criticism of Yusuf would be that he would often move the group on in quite a quiet manner so we didn’t always know we were supposed to follow - I think this may be down to the quiet nature of the Indian people, whereas lots of loud Brits and Aussies probably need a loud voice to get them to listen!! He was excellent at advising us on how to stay safe and not get taken advantage of by locals and stepped in several times to assist when money was stolen and people approached us. He made the trip very successful.
Having water available on the bus was another added bonus as we didn’t need to find shops to buy it at - another small detail that helped make a difference to the overall quality of the tour.”
There were only 4 people on the first leg from Delhi, via Amritsar, Chanigarh, Shimla and back to Delhi. We had a driver and guide in each place. The second leg was Delhi via Agra, Karauli to Jaipur with 18 others guided by Yusuf Khan The third leg was for two of us from Jaiput to Jodhput to Udaipur again with a driver and guide in each place. All was very efficient and good personnel. The Ref Fox in Chandigarh and the hotel in Karauli were below par but all others were good”
Indian Subcontinent Video
With a history of kings and maharajas ruling thriving kingdoms across the Indian Subcontinent, the countries of India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan offer an amazing opportunity to explore incredible monuments and ruined cities. From the stunning Taj Mahal in Agra to the medieval town of Bhaktapur, the rock fortress of Sigiriya and the jaw-dropping Tiger Nest Monastery in the Paro valley, the Indian Subcontinent has plenty of worthy sights to keep you coming back time and again.