Following a soft ‘online’ launch earlier this year, the Totally India brochure has now been launched with the addition of yet more themed holidays including Budget Adventures, Food Adventures, Golf Adventures and Motor Adventures – providing the chance to discover India by motorbike.
Winter is rapidly making its presence known, and there is no better time than now to plan an escape somewhere warm and welcoming.
Wildlife specialist Naturetrek has introduced three 2014 departures on its exclusive Brahmaputra river cruise, which uncovers the mammal-rich Kaziranga, Nameri and Orang National Parks and soaks up much of the local tribal culture found alongside one of India’s mightiest rivers.
Swap the dark November nights and fly off with Jet Airways to enjoy the bright vibrant streets of Mumbai as the city celebrates Diwali.
Southall Travel, a Middlesex based travel company, has introduced great value holiday deals for UK based tourists looking to visit the Indian Capital, Delhi, as a part of its India promotional campaign.
Today sees the launch of Totally India, a fully-comprehensive programme of adventure and cultural holidays, both small group tours and independent travel, which is the brainchild of Derek Moore – a founding director of Explore – and Bashir Sheikh, the owner of India’s leading tour operating company, Delhi-based Sea and Sky.
With the film of Life of Pi nominated for an impressive 11 Academy Awards, including best picture, Travel Indochina is preparing to welcome a fresh wave of travellers on its newly-extended "Secrets of South India" Small Group Journey, which spends two nights in the coastal town of Pondicherry where the film was shot.
London’s leading meditation teachers Jillian Lavender and Michael Miller will be offering a seven day programme teaching the ancient technique of Vedic Meditation from 24 – 31 March 2013 at award-winning Ananda in the Himalayas.
Although an exciting time for most, the Christmas period can often leave us feeling physically and emotionally drained and in need of re-energising ourselves.
Named by the Mughals ‘Paradise on Earth’, Kashmir is like a multi-faceted diamond, proudly sitting like a crown on the head of India.
Yann Martel's magical adventure, The Life of Pi, comes to the silver screen this month, a fantastic tale of Pi Patel, the son of an Indian zoo keeper shipwrecked at sea with a zebra, a hyena, an orangutan and a 450-pound Bengal tiger.
The Supreme Court in India has lifted its ban on tourism in over 40 Government-run tiger reserves, re-opening the door to tourists.
Indus Tours, the tailor-made holiday specialist, has introduced a new day-trip itinerary in Kashmir to its extensive menu of touring options in the Indian subcontinent.
Continuing to grow worldwide, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts is eagerly anticipating the opening of a new luxury hotel: Fairmont Jaipur in India.
Experience ‘authentic Southern India’ on this – new for 2013 – guided walking and touring Spice Trails of Kerala holiday which takes in the rich and colourful culture and heritage of the less-visited northern region of Kerala and its neighbouring state of Karnakata courtesy of HF Holidays, the UK’s largest walking holiday organisation.
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