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
|Taj Traveller - 8 days||Delhi, India||12 Oct 2019||AUD $823 was $1,645 2-for-1|||
|Wild About Sri Lanka - 10 days||Colombo, Sri Lanka||19 Oct 2019||AUD $2,021 was $2,695 25% off|||
|Colombo, Caves & Kandy - 8 days||Colombo, Sri Lanka||19 Oct 2019||AUD $1,421 was $1,895 25% off|||
|Amritsar & the Golden Triangle - 13 Days||Delhi||07 Oct 2019||AUD $2,436 was $3,045 20% off|||
|Chennai to Kochi - 9 days||Chennai, India||12 Oct 2019||AUD $1,556 was $1,945 20% off|||
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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.
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.
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Ravi was a brilliant guide who is clearly passionate about his country and has a deep desire to share his knowledge with the guests. He was energetic every day and was engaged and involved in answering the questions from the group and ensuring they were having a good time - whether it was during the scheduled activities, meals and optional activities. Our group had a mix of people from all different countries and age groups and Ravi was able to accommodate to all the guests. In addition to Ravi, I would like to recognize Tanka (our driver) for his brilliant driving and super friendliness. He and Ravi made our trip a very memorable one! and I couldn't have asked for a better pair! ”
Have had a great holiday which fulfilled all expectations.
Our guide and his driver were excellent with great organisational skills and know how to make a super holiday. We saw all we hoped for on the tour and I would strongly recommend this tour to any one who would like to explore Nepal
Many Thanks ”
One of the best holidays I've been on. Nepal remains just as fascinating and mysterious.
The breadth and depth of knowledge the guide has is phenomenal, he made sure everything ran to plan while maintaining a cheerful deposition at all times. 10/10 to the driver as well. ”
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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.