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Explore Incredible India with our curated, immersive small group journeys

Immersive Small Group Journeys

Explore India differently with our curated, immersive small group tours. Our journeys are designed bring like-minded travellers together for an immersive experience of the destinations we visit. From travelling to off-beat locations, from meeting locals and understanding their culture and way of life, to outdoor adventures and unique dining experiences, you can be rest assured of many unique and ‘WOW’ experiences on your journey with us. Ask our clients who have been on our small group tours in the last two years.

We are pleased to resume our international small group journeys travelling to the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan in Feb-Mar, embarking on a culinary journey to Uzbekistan in April and exploring Imperial Morocco in Apr-May.

Kerala: Art, Spice & Sustainability

Kerala: Art, Spice & Sustainability

This unique experience takes us through 3 interesting destinations in Kerala: Athirapally, on the banks of Chalakudy river, Puthenvelikkara, known for the confluence of Chalakudy and Periyar rivers and Fort Kochi, the island closer to the estuary where the Periyar river joins the Arabian Sea. This tour, which includes the Kochi Biennale, could change perspectives, where the journey becomes a transformative experience.

7 days. 22 to 28 Jan from Kochi.

Bhutan: Travel Beyond the Ordinary

Bhutan: Travel Beyond the Ordinary

The Kingdom of Bhutan’s storied history, unique culture and pristine environment are inextricably linked, making it one of the few destinations left on Earth where people and nature exist in harmony. Explore Thimphu, Punakha, Paro & Haa on our 8 day immersive tour of Bhutan and enjoy unique experiences including a trek to Tiger’s Nest, an archery lesson, learn the art of Bhutanese traditional textile dyeing and lots more.

8 days. 28 Feb to 07 Mar from Paro.

Uzbekistan & the Ancient Silk Route

Uzbekistan & the Ancient Silk Route

Experience the best of fabled Silk Road cities such as Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva - all UNESCO World Heritage sites - as well as modern Tashkent on our 8 days tour of Uzbekistan with Karen Anand, food guru, author and entrepreneur. Learn about nomadic culture, Silk Road influences and experience a culinary journey of this land that blends east and west.

8 days. 21 to 28 Apr from Tashkent.

Imperial Morocco

Imperial Morocco

Morocco has a history stretching back nearly 10,000 years - it has been crisscrossed by Roman legions, Berber caravans and Muslim scholars and offers a wonderful balance of ancient traditions and modern-day life. Experience stunning and varied landscapes, unique cultural interactions and a host of extraordinary moments on our 10 day tour of Morocco visiting Rabat, Fez, Marrakesh, Ouzarzzate & the Sahara Desert.

10 days. 28 Apr to 07 May from Casablanca.

Mandu & Maheshwar

Mandu & Maheshwar

Beautifully located on a plateau of forests, lakes and ravines, Mandu was built over generations of rulers and empires, and it still bears their unmistakable stamp. Visit this magnificent town that is an abode to some of the nation's best examples of Afghan architecture and get transported to an era of royalty, history and medieval splendour. Located on the banks of the Narmada, Maheshwar is a treasure trove of beautiful temples and the stunning Ahilya Fort.

4 days. 23 to 26 February from Indore.

Legacy of Lucknow

Legacy of Lucknow

Lucknow is no ordinary city. Underneath its modern chaos lies the architectural and cultural framework of an older city, perceivable to those who know its past and revealing itself only to those who seek it. Come join us for an experience designed to delight the senses and surprise the intellect. From wonderful walking tours, local street food trails, private interaction with musicians and artisans and more, you will experience a Lucknow like never before.

4 days. 14 to 17 March from Lucknow.

On the banks of Benares

On the banks of Benares

Varanasi, one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world, set on the banks of the Ganges and the abode of Lord Shiva, is the spiritual beating heart of India. Enjoy a sunrise and sunset cruise on the Ganges and witness saffron robed Brahmin priests, men and women who are all immersed in the rituals of this sacred city. Experience the magic of a Ganga aarti, participate in a clay workshop, enjoy an immersive textile tour and lots more on our journey.

4 days. 18 to 21 March from Benaras.

Chasing Spring in Ladakh

Chasing Spring in Ladakh

Ladakh is a land brimming with magic and mystery - a land of snowcapped mountains, vast barren plateaus and deep turquoise lakes. Remote, ancient and relatively untouched, a visit to Ladakh will leave you exhilarated and will stay with you forever. This is a land like no other. Spring in Ladakh sees life bounce back to life in full swing with all its glories and splendour as we chase the stunning apricot blossoms that create a magical spell all over Ladakh.

7 days. 16- 22 April from Leh.

Ladakh: Explore the Unexplored

Ladakh: Explore the Unexplored

Ladakh, the Land of High Passes, is a land of snowcapped mountains and deep turquoise lakes. It is remote and raw and inspiring, both culturally and physically. With an array of dramatic monasteries, commanding vistas of the Indus and Shyok rivers and enormous sweeping valleys, it is a land so incredibly beautiful it is almost other worldly. Explore some of the much-loved and some lesser-known destinations, taking in the best of it all.

10 days. 8 - 17 July from Leh.

The Magic of Meghalaya

The Magic of Meghalaya

Meghalaya is one of those places that offers stunning scenery at every turn. A land of surreal charm – that of the local people, of its mysterious natural caves, glorious waterfalls, unique living root bridges, crystal clear rivers, bright blue natural pools and so much more. Experience the cultural and natural beauty of this Abode of the Clouds.

9 days. 18 to 26 September from Guwahati.

The Grandeur of Hampi

The Grandeur of Hampi

Hampi, once the capital of the historical Vijayanagara Dynasty is a treasure trove of art and architecture with ruins that date back to 1500 AD. Explore the attractions of Hampi which includes beautiful temples, ruins of palaces, remains of aquatic structures, ancient market streets, royal pavilions, bastions, royal platforms and treasury buildings. Accompanying us on this journey is Siddharth Raja, historian at heart, lawyer by profession who will bring Hampi alive for us.

5 days. 11 to 15 November from Bangalore.

Mysteries of Nagaland

Mysteries of Nagaland

Sometimes referred to as the Switzerland of the east, Nagaland is a land of rolling hills and lush valleys. This land of proud warriors, weavers and green pristine hills is like a chapter that one always wants to read again and again. On our journey over 7 days, we will appreciate a pocket of India during the famous Hornbill Festival where the state comes alive.

7 days. 07 to 13 Dec from Dimapur.

Assam: Brahmaputra River Cruise

Assam: Brahmaputra River Cruise

The Brahmaputra river valley is not only blessed with abundant forest cover, but also a unique culture that’s rooted in a simple, agrarian, self-sufficient way of life for the Assamese people. This 3 night outand-back cruise provides a fascinating taster of Assam, with visits to villages and to the rarely visited Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, where you will venture through the jungle in search of the Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros.

5 days. 23 to 27 December from ex-Guwahati.

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