Holidays in India
with specialist UK tour operator India Connections
India Connections offers tailor-made holidays in North
India. We have searched North India to find special places
to offer our customers. Within the pages of this website you
will find our selection of the best accommodation within
each price range. As all our holidays in India are
tailor-made; you can choose the accommodation
that suits you best.
We offer tailor-made holidays throughout India. India
Connections offers holidays in North India. Holidays in
South India are arranged through our parent company - Kerala
Connections (www.keralaconnections.co.uk). If you want to
combine a holiday to India by spending some time in North
India and some time in South India - that is easy for us to
Tailor-Made Holidays in India with India Connections
All our holidays are individually arranged for each
customer. If you already have ideas we can assist you in
creating your perfect itinerary, or tell us your interests
and we will devise a holiday to suit. Within this website
you will also find some suggested tours and if one of these
meets your requirements then you can book it as it is.
However, it is not necessary to take these tours exactly as
detailed - they can be adapted. Your tour can start on any
date, subject to airline schedules and availability, and
will be just for you and your family or friends travelling
India Connections is able to offer holidays throughout
India, so if there is an area you want to visit that is not
included in this website (or the Kerala Connections
website), please ask and we will be happy to assist you.
Holidays in India offer the visitor many experiences
Seeing what is possibly the
most famous building in the world – the Taj
Mahal. This is included in the ever popular
‘Golden Triangle’ route of Deli, Agra, Jaipur.
Travelling between some of
India’s most popular tourist destinations in
the comfort of a luxury train.
Taking a rickshaw ride
through the narrow streets of Old Delhi.
Enjoying the scenic beauty
of India’s wildlife parks and if you are very
lucky maybe catching a glimpse of the elusive
and endangered tiger.
Visiting the romantic
lakeside city of Udaipur.
Staying in a home with a
local family. This is a great way to really
‘connect’ with the people and gain a better
understanding of India.
Riding a camel through the
deserts of Rajasthan to the wonderful
fortified city of Jaisalmer.
Observing village life
being lived today as it has for centuries.
Taking a boat in the early
light to see the morning activities on ghats
Riding a ‘toy train’ up
to Shimla or Darjeeling.
Staying in some of the best
and most luxurious hotels in the world.
Watching the dhobi
(washing) being done in the enormous open air
laundry in Mumbai.
Photography – India must be
one of the most photogenic places in the world
and many people come to photograph the people,
the wildlife, the sites and the scenery.