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Indian Subcontinent Holidays

No matter where you visit in the Indian Subcontinent, you’ll experience something completely new. This magical part of the world boasts breathtaking sights and scenic vistas that you won’t forget in a hurry.

From the perfect mirror image of the Taj Mahal in its lotus pond to the River Ganges, the majestic tigers and charming tea plantations, this region is sure to impress. Be sure to savour the local cuisine, such as a tasty paneer curry with a glass of lassi on the side, for a true taste of the region. Plus, pay a visit to Rajasthan to spot elephants in their natural habitat as you wander the authentic streets.

The bustling cities of Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata are a world away from the spirtual city of Kathmandu, all offering a something a little different to explore and expeirience.  

From India to Sri Lanka and Nepal to Bhutan; be swept away by this astonishing part of the world.

Destination Highlights
  • Culture and history
  • Wildlife and trekking
  • Houseboats and beaches
  • Iconic buildings and settings

Rich in culture, deep in diversity, outstanding in natural beauty and heaped in historic wonders, the Indian Subcontinent is a vast continent with plenty to explore and even more to experience. Here's a few highlights to give you inspiration.

  • Taj Mahal, Agra

    Cultural Treasures

    As you explore the Indian Subcontinent, you'll come across a plethora of cultural treasures, all offering a peek inside local culture, history and heritage.

  • Himalayas

    Natural Beauty

    Witness the piercing summits and jagged valleys of Nepal, where eight of the world’s 10 highest peaks reside, not least Mount Everest, or relax on Sri Lanka's stunning beaches. Home will feel miles away.

  • Tiger in Bandhavgarh National Park

    Wonderful wildlife

    Holidays in the Indian Subcontinent give you the chance to see creatures that usually only come with a David Attenborough voice over.

  • Jaipur

    Golden Triangle

    India's Golden Triangle is formed by Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. The triangle is called golden for the wealth of cultural and historic sites available to see. India's capital, New Delhi, is large and diverse, while Jaipur is home to some fantastic bazaars a festivals. Head to Agra to see the ethereally beautiful Taj Mahal.

  • Tiger

    National Parks

    The Indian Subcontinent has an array of National Parks many of which are known for unique species, Ranthambore National Park, famed for Tigers, where the elusive snow leopard can be spotted at Hemis High National Park.

  • Harriet, Destination Specialist

    Harriet

    Destination Specialist

    “Staying in India is so much more than hotels, from houseboats on the backwaters of Kerala to a 5* cruise on the Ganges to a luxury train journey through the Golden Triangle. It would be a crime to restrict yourself to hotels only.”

Our Indian Subcontinent destinations

The Taj Mahal

Indian Subcontinent

India

India
Punakha Dzong, Bhutan

Indian Subcontinent

Bhutan

Bhutan
The Himalayas

Indian Subcontinent

Nepal

Nepal

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