Please note that you are using a browser that is no longer supported. Please consider viewing this website on another browser such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

Skip to main content
Call us: +44 (0) 1453 844400Email us:

Worldwide Small Group and Tailor Made Adventure Travel

Our grading system explained

    Gentle / Moderate
    Moderate / Vigorous
    Vigorous / Strenuous
    Expedition Grade



View All View as list View on map

1 Holiday

Rajasthan in Style Wildlife 'In style' holidays

17 day Tour
Rajasthan in Style
  • Visit remote Jaisalmer with its wonderful desert location and impressive fort
  • See the iconic Taj Mahal at Agra and the Amber Fort at Jaipur
  • Tour majestic Jodhpur fort and visit the city's lively markets
  • Enjoy overnight and evening game safaris at quirky Korta Escape
  • Spend time in romantic Udaipur with its fabulous palaces and beautiful lake
  • Stay at Chhatrasagar luxury tented camp – a fabulous experience.

Flight inclusive from £4475, Land only from £3775

  • 1


Capital of modern India, of the British Raj and the Moghul empire, Delhi the City of Djinns is a fascinating place to explore, bursting with centuries of colourful history, of old imperial splendour and modern manic mayhem. From the chaotic, narrow alleyways of the old town to the relative tranquillity of the new, at almost every corner there is something a fort, a mosque, an imperial palace to excite and amaze the visitor. To wander unhindered down Rajpath the Kingsway from India Gate to Rajpati Bravhan, stopping for a while in the shade of the sheltering neem trees to feast your eyes on Lutyens' extraordinary work of architecture will have even the most seasoned traveller gasping in awe. But just as impressive, and arguably a lot more fun, is to take a walk through the old town; down the bustling Chandi Chowk and off into the narrow, sunless alleyways that make up Shahjehanabad. Here, among the jewellery, fabric and wedding bazaars you will find a world barely changed from that of the Moghul times.

Key Facts


Back to top