India is a vast country from mad teeming cities to stunning isolated beaches, Himalayan hideaways to Jungle Book safaris – India has got it all. With culture that will amaze, impress and challenge your perspective on life and the incredible beauty and diversity of the land populated by the most wonderful of peoples that makes India so special. You have to just step in and loose yourself in the magic, the timeless mystery and beauty India offers.

“A Journey of the Senses”

Travelling through India is about the sights and sounds. It is about taking in the smells and experiencing the emotions. India is about the people, the warmth of Indian hospitality and the genuine friendliness to guests. A Journey through India is about completely immersing your senses in the surroundings and letting the uniqueness of the country take over. A journey through India is a life altering experience and a trip of a lifetime

So travel with us and let Incredible India enthral you! Call to discuss your requirements.

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Classic India

An 8 nights – 9 days holiday in India ideal for the first visit including the well know Taj Mahal, Jaipur and looking for Tigers from £1908 per person excluding international flights

Essence of Rajasthan

A tour of 10 nights / 11 days in India visiting the Taj Mahal and the well known destinations in Rajasthan including Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur from £1,499 per person excluding international flights

Romance of India in luxury

India…… a country with history as old as time. A country where diverse dynasties have ruled through centuries, leaving their mark on the landscape, language and culture of the nation.

It is said that one can witness a different India after every hundred kilometres, Royal Palaces, Forts, Rich Natural bounty, Untamed Wildlife…. there’s so much to soak-in and store memories for a lifetime.

Now a journey through India made much more memorable with the Maharajas’ Express.  A train almost half a mile long redefines luxury and comfort. Over 7 nights / 8 days it recreates the lifestyle of a princely era.  Price is from £5,768 per person excluding international flights

Wildlife of India

An 11 nights / 12 days itinerary concentrating on seeing the magnificent wildlife of India with plenty of opportunities for seeking the elusive tiger from £3,894 per person excluding international flights.

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The Indian sub-continent is large and the climate varies from one part to another. This gives you a wide selection of climates to suit your holiday needs – from the cold slopes of the Himalayas to the sunny beaches of the Goan coast. The region has three major seasons – winter, summer and the monsoon.

Generally, the best time to visit India is during the winter, from November through to February when the weather in most places is relatively cool and pleasant. December and January are the coldest months, with mean temperatures of 20–25 °C in the east and south. The winter season is the better time to visit the beaches of India. The remainder of the year it can be for some it is either uncomfortably hot and humid, or wet. The desert state of Rajasthan is also best visited during the winter, to avoid the high temperatures of the summer

In The Summer Season the temperature starts rising from February and by April, the northern plains of India experience daily temperatures exceeding 40° C while in the south temperature reaches around 35°C but humidity is higher. While the summer can be very uncomfortable in most parts of India, it’s the perfect time for visiting the mountains and hill stations. If you want to see wildlife and spotting tigers in their natural environment, the summer is also the best time to visit India’s national parks as all the animals come out of the thickets in search for water in the extremely hot environment.

The Monsoon Season follows on from the summer and is about from June through to October. There are two types of monsoons – the southwest monsoon and the northeast monsoon. The southwest monsoon, which is the main monsoon, comes in from the sea and starts making its way up India’s west coast in early June. By mid July, most of the country is covered in rain. This gradually starts clearing from most places in northwest India by October. The northeast monsoon affects India’s east coast during November and December. It’s a short but intense monsoon. The states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala receive most of their rainfall from the northeast monsoon, while the rest of the country receives most of its rainfall from the southwest monsoon.