India is a vibrant and diverse country, where ancient history and modernity coexist seamlessly. From the iconic Taj Mahal to bustling cities like Delhi and Mumbai, India offers a wealth of experiences for travelers. The country is also known for its Ayurveda and yoga traditions, offering visitors a chance to relax, rejuvenate and connect with their inner selves. With a rich history and culture spanning thousands of years, India is a great destination for those interested in archeology, architecture, and spirituality. Immerse yourself in the country’s unique traditions and savor its delicious cuisine. Discover ancient temples, forts, and palaces that bear witness to India’s fascinating past. Whether you seek adventure in the Himalayas or relaxation in the serene backwaters of Kerala, India is a must-visit destination that will leave you spellbound with its warm hospitality and endless attractions.

When to go: The peak season in India is from from October to March. This is when you’ll find the best weather. You will also find the largest crowds and peak pricing. To get a good balance, we recommend travel in the months of September, April, and May. We do not advise travel in the summer months due to dangerous heat levels. 

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The Golden Triangle

The Golden Triangle in India, consisting of Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur, is an ideal destination for first-time visitors to the country. This well-trodden tourist circuit offers a chance to experience the best of India’s rich culture, history, and architecture. Highlights include the iconic Taj Mahal, the bustling streets of Delhi, and the stunning Amber Fort in Jaipur. Visitors can also add a safari in Ranthambore National Park, famous for its tigers, to complete their Golden Triangle adventure. While in Rajasthan, take the time to experience other captivating cities such as Jodhpur and Udaipur. With an abundance of unique experiences and vibrant culture, India’s Golden Triangle is an excellent introduction to the country.


Kerala, located on the southwestern coast of India, is a stunning destination known for its natural diversity, pristine beaches, and serene backwaters. It is also a beacon for Ayurveda and wellness practices, making it a perfect destination for travelers seeking to relax and rejuvenate. With its unique cultural heritage and diverse cuisine, Kerala offers a fascinating glimpse into the heart of South India. Kerala is a great “second trip” destination for those who have already explored the classic tourist spots of India. 

Tamil Nadu

Located in the southern part of India, Tamil Nadu is a vibrant state with a rich cultural heritage that spans over thousands of years. It is home to some of the most impressive Dravidian architecture in the country, with stunning temples and monuments that are a testament to the region’s artistic and engineering prowess. Visitors can explore the ancient city of Madurai, with its iconic Meenakshi Amman Temple, or head to the coastal town of Mahabalipuram to witness the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Shore Temple. Tamil Nadu is also a great destination for those interested in classical Indian music and dance, with numerous festivals and cultural events throughout the year.

Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh is a hidden gem in the heart of India, offering some of the best wildlife experiences on the planet. With its vast forests and pristine national parks, Madhya Pradesh is home to a rich variety of wildlife, including tigers, leopards, and a range of exotic bird species. Take a thrilling safari through the dense jungles of Bandhavgarh or Kanha National Park, or spot the elusive snow leopards in Panna National Park.


Gujarat is a fascinating travel destination in western India, known for its rich history, vibrant culture, and scenic landscapes. The state offers a unique blend of ancient temples, majestic palaces, and modern infrastructure, making it a great destination for those seeking to explore India’s diversity. Gujarat is also home to some of the country’s most spectacular wildlife sanctuaries, including Gir National Park, which is the last refuge of the endangered Asiatic lion.


Nestled in the northernmost region of India, Ladakh is a land of rugged mountain landscapes, pristine lakes, and ancient Buddhist monasteries. Known as the “Land of High Passes,” Ladakh offers breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks and sweeping valleys that attract adventure seekers and nature lovers alike. Visitors can explore the ancient monasteries of Hemis, Lamayuru, and Thiksey, go trekking in the Himalayan ranges, or witness the traditional way of life in remote villages. Ladakh’s unique culture, stunning natural beauty, and sense of serenity make it an unforgettable destination for those seeking an escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life.

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Peace in Kerala

We believe that to travel responsibly, a portion of our tour cost should benefit the communities we visit. For this trip, we will donate to PATH, a global team of innovators working to accelerate health equity so all people and communities can thrive. You can learn more about our commitment to responsible travel in our Responsibility Pledge.