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Make use of the the shoulder season and come with us on a Wildlife Adventure.  October to April is classed as the ‘best time to visit’ India. By travelling in May you will find the wildlife parks less busy. From January onwards the temperature increases rapidly, topping 40 degrees at times. With this increase in temperature however comes less water, drier, dustier land and less foliage. Because of the ever decreasing water supply, wildlife tends to congregate around the last remaining waterholes making it a good time to see and photograph the wildlife within the parks. The chances of spotting the tigers are higher as they have fewer places to disappear into.

16 days
From £1500

On this incredible family holiday in India, you will explore the highlights of Rajasthan an....

12 days
From £1995

On this tour, you will visit the iconic Taj Mahal, the spectacular Khajuraho temples and....

13 days
From £2375

On this extraordinary Indian summer holiday, you travel from the cool misty hills of Shi....

12 days
From £3825

This fabulous tour is ideal for those looking to combine culture and activity with an idyllic beach stay in Maldives. ....

9 days
From £4050

Inviting luxury explorers to immerse in Bhutan’s cultural heritage and extraordinary landscape with Como hotels and ....

10 days
From £2885

This is a fantastic luxury golden triangle tour where you will visit India’s most famous sites of the ‘Golden Tri....

15 days
From £3570

On this incredible journey, explore colourful and vibrant Kolkata, before travelling to Darjeeling in the Himalayan fo....

11 days
From £2245

Dramatic landscapes, a plateau surrounded by Himalayan peaks and an opportunity to stargaze from the sweeping ramparts....

14 days
From £4895

A trip of a lifetime offering a unique opportunity to witness the most famous sites in India and its partner country- ....

14 days
From £2895

For centuries, East of India attracted the British, Dutch and Portuguese to establish trading centres around Calcutta (now Kolkata). There are 5 Eu....

13 days
From £2450

The events in 1857 led to the bloodiest uprising in parts of India and the very fate of the British Empire hung in the balance. This uprising, quit....

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