From the remote north via rainforest and the Indian Ocean to the backwaters and up to the Western Ghats, including overnight on a houseboat and a homestay with a local family surrounded by plantations
India’s magic lies in a vibrant abundance of people and landscapes. From the temples of Varanasi to the marble fortresses of Delhi and the carved sandstone palaces of Rajasthan, there is plenty to explore and experience on a tour to India.
We’re confident that any traveller will be enthralled by ethereal India, wherever a guided tour takes them. The Taj Mahal in Agra is the most epic and emotive example of enduring love you will witness anywhere in the world. It’s a popular site but the hustle and bustle around you melts away when you see its beauty and hear its story.
Elsewhere, you’ll encounter countless temples and royal enclosures; the extravagant and slightly eccentric Mysore Palace with its intricate carvings and dramatic scenery; the fabled pink city of Jaipur; and monuments and buildings of the country’s colonial era.
Wildlife enthusiasts will be drawn to the Indian national park of Ranthambore, where you may be fortunate enough to encounter the majestic tiger, which has been depicted for centuries in Indian folklore, art and literature.
This is sure to be the holiday of a lifetime; discover ancient and exotic lands on a Jules Verne guided tour of India.
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Weather & Climate
The weather is mainly hot most of the year with significant variations from region to region.
When to go
Due to the vastness of the country, India can be visited at any time of the year.
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"By daylight the river is a dull brown, at dawn it is a slippery silver and by night is a sea of colour; a vivid multi-coloured fiesta of people."
8 September 2018, 20 April and 7 September 2019
Stay at heritage hotels and visit the Taj Mahal, Amber Fort and Fatehpur Sikri, revealing the heritage of the Mughals, Maharajas and British
A splendid tour, with a fascinating itinerary, well organised, and with first class accommodation.