British Raj and Indian Summers

13 Days




Culture Touring

Return Flight from Europe

All Hotels & Spa Hotels (Heritage or 4*)

Includes breakfast and picnic lunches


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What's Included

All transport from entry airport to departure, including train tickets and A/c cars with private drivers accordingly to the itinerary

All tourist site entry tickets

Single supplement will apply £545

What's Not Included

Any expense of a personal nature such as table drinks, tips, laundry, any alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks, phone calls etc.

Any kind of medical or travel insurance.

Any airfare or visa fees.


Accommodation and all Tours are subject to availability

Group numbers - Minimum 4 and Maximum 12 people

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Day One:

Arrival in Delhi

Morning: On your mid-morning arrival in Delhi , you’ll be welcomed at the airport by one of our team and driven to your Hotel.

Day: Once refreshed, you can spend the afternoon sightseeing in the hustle and bustle of Delhi and it’s markets and famous monuments.

Day Two:

Train from Delhi to Haridwar

Day: No trip to India would be complete without experiencing a journey by train. You’ll be driven to pick up the morning train from Delhi to Haridwar, passing through some breath taking scenery on the way and being treated to a cross-section of Indian life through the window.

Evening: A driver will meet you and take you to Rishikesh where you’ll stay overnight in one of the traditional hotels.

Day Three:

Holy Ganges & Rishikesh

Day: Rishikesh is a true cultural gem and you’ll have the chance to watch or join in with one of the famous yoga Ashrams.

Evening: Most travellers spend the evening on the banks of the Holy Ganges river to experience the magical evening ceremony where there is lighting of candles and the singing of “Long Live Mother Ganga” under lamplight.

Day Four:

Short flight to Amritsar

Day: You’ll take a short morning flight to Amritsar, on arrival you’ll have the chance to visit to the Golden Temple where you’ll can learn about the history and beliefs of the Sikh faith.

Here the famous kitchen provides free food to more than 40,000 people each day.

Later in the day, you’ll also visit the hugely entertaining evening Border Flag Ceremony between Indian and Pakistani service personnel at Wagah.

Evening: Your overnight stay will be in Amritsar.

Day Five:

Foot hills of the Himalayas and Chandigarh

Day: This is the start of your travels towards the majestic Himalayas and there will be stunning views during your drive from Amritsar to Chandigarh.

Your destination will be a spa hotel in Moksha in the foot hills of the Himalayas.

Day Six:

Toy Train to Shimla

Day: Boarding the narrow-gauge Toy Train to Shimla you’ll pass through the terraced fields, Alpine forests and rhododendron glades, with views of local people farming and tending cattle close to hilltop villages.

There are many lovely hotels in Shimla and you will have plenty of time to relax and enjoy some local Indian hospitality.

Day Seven:

Capital of the Raj and present State

At its peak, there were many British civil servants based in Shimla with many titles.

Day: Even today walking around this British Raj Capital, you’ll get a good sense of what it would have been like during that period.

The architecture will transport you back in time and you can visit some of the memorable buildings and picnic in the woods overlooking the town and the Himalayan foothills behind. '

Evening: We organise a gala dinner in the old palace and for those who like history, a chance to attend a lecture and slide show on Shimla.

Day Eight:

Naldehra and Picnic in the Alpine woods

Shimla has plenty of places to visit and shops where you can pick up souvenirs to take home.

Morning: After a morning walk around the mall and town, we’ll take a short drive to Naldehra for tea that will include a visit to a local village.

Evening: Overnight in Shimla.

Day Nine:

Shimla Heritage Walk and Sightseeing

Day: Final day in Shimla markets and enjoy the sightseeing of Jakhu Temple

Evening: shopping the local streets of Shimla, stay in the Oberoi Cecil Hotel, Shimla.

Day Ten:

Chandigarh and Train to Delhi

Day: You’ll retrace your steps by taking the Toy Train or road from Shimla to Chandigarh where you can do some afternoon sightseeing to the famous Rock Garden and tea in Chandigarh.

Evening: Train to Delhi.

Day Eleven:

Taj Mahal

As a Wonder of the World itis recognised worldwide, an iconic and truly beautiful palace and not to be missed!

The Taj is easily reached by fast train and you’ll have plenty of time to marvel at this world heritage site.

Day Twelve:

Explore markets of Delhi

Day: Today take your time to visit a few markets of Delhi and enjoy your day in the heart of New Delhi.

Overnight: hotel.

Day Thirteen:

Departure flight home

Early drive to the airport and flight home.

Day Fourteen:

Cultural Tours

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Comprenhensive Kerala Tour


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British Raj and Indian Summers


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Kerala 'Gods Own Country'


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