Nomadic Expeditions

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Festival of Rajasthan

Festival of Rajasthan

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When you close your eyes and summon visions of India, Rajasthan delivers on every single one of those iconic images. In the fabled land of the Maharajas, you will experience the romantic cultural riches—riots of color, livestock by the hundreds of thousands, music, entertainers—the dream come true.

SoIndia India

Exploring North & South India

Exploring North & South India

SoIndia India

This 21-day Exploring the North and South India tour takes you on an exhilarating escape to an amazingly vibrant and vivacious land, where ancient mixes with modern and the senses are constantly tempted with sights and sounds of the most exotic kind.

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South India Explorer

South India Explorer

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Like traveling a string of pearls, you will explore many cities and the unique and breathtaking architecture, sculpture, ancient culture, and legacy left behind by the Pallava, Chola, and Pandya dynasties—getting deep insight into pure India.

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Ladakh Trekking

Ladakh Trekking

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Touring “Old Delhi” and a raft trip down the Indus River serve as appetizers while acclimating before five days of trekking constantly rewarded by panoramic mountain vistas in a land bound by two of the world’s highest mountain ranges: Himalaya to the south and Karakoram to the north.

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Quick Escape – Ladakh

Quick Escape – Ladakh

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A crossroads between Tibet, Northern India and central Asia, Ladakh has welcomed a multitude of travelers, adventurers, merchants and pilgrims for centuries. Follow in their footsteps and experience firsthand the warmth and hospitality of the remarkable people of this magical land.

Beyond the Taj

Beyond the Taj

Beyond the Taj

Beyond the Taj

Seize the rare opportunity to travel India alongside Sanjay Saxena, the destination’s foremost expert and travel specialist for Condé Nast Traveler and WendyPerrin.com. On this seamless tour, you will experience the wonders for which India is renowned—ancient temples, exotic wildlife, dynamic cuisine, inviting villages—all while avoiding the congestion of major commercial centers.