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One of the best ways to organise your own Tailor Made holiday is to come and talk to us in person. To help you plan your perfect trip, we will host you for one night's bed and breakfast accommodation, near our Cotswold offices in Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire. You can then meet a member of our team who can talk through our Tailor Made trekking and tour options, pore over books and maps and perhaps view some images of your proposed destination.
Tailor Made Holidays to India
To discuss your holiday plans please call 01453 844400 to speak to one of our experts or complete a Tailor Made enquiry form.Tailor Made Enquiry Your Wish List
India is an incredibly rewarding destination. A land of extraordinary contrasts, from bustling urban Delhi to tranquil Keralan backwaters, and from the deserts of Rajasthan to snow-capped Himalayan peaks, India really does offer something for every visitor.
Northwest India makes a good starting point with opulent palaces in Rajasthan, cool colonial hill stations in Himachal Pradesh and some spectacular trekking in Garhwal. In the far north there are breathtaking summer treks in Zanskar and Ladakh, and in Northeast India the mountains of Buddhist Sikkim offer beautiful spring and autumn walking. For the truly adventurous there is the little known mountain region of tribal Nagaland to explore, whilst for those wanting a more relaxing experience, the laid back charms of Southern India won't disappoint.
So, whether you want to go trekking in India, tour the cultural highlights or see impressive wildlife, Mountain Kingdoms can create your dream holiday in India.
- Capital city: Delhi
- Arrival airport: Delhi
- Population: 1.237 billion (2012)
- Size of country: 3,287,263 sq km
- Currency: Indian Rupee
- Official language: Hindi is promoted as the national language and is spoken throughout the northern states. In the south, Tamil is spoken by 65 million people.
- Time difference: GMT +5.5 hours
- Did you know: Indian railways carries over 20 million passengers daily and employs almost 1.5 million people.
Because everything was so well organised, we were able to fully enjoy all the delights that India was able to offer. We stayed in interesting, comfortable accommodation - each leaving us with lovely memories and adventures. Everything seemed to work seamlessly and we felt fully supported by Mountain Kingdom and their colleagues throughout the holiday. We could not have asked for anything better....it all exceeded our expectations.
Mrs & Mr Davison - Private Itinerary Davison & Kessler - Kerala, India
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Niki has been with Mountain Kingdoms for an impressive 20 years. Her hobbies include fell running, racing, hill-walking and travel. She has taken part in the Everest Marathon and tries to spend as much time in the mountains as possible. Not only has she led trips for Mountain Kingdoms to Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim, Zanskar and Kazakhstan, but Niki has also completed many reconnaissance trips for the company. These include, summiting both Mera and Island Peak, trekking in Ethiopia, walking the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route in Spain and more recently has been among the first few westerners to trek in the Dagana region of Bhutan.
Born in Shillong, just south of the Bhutanese border, Steve has returned to the Himalaya many times as leader of numerous treks and expeditions. These include the first British ascent of Nun Kun in Kashmir and attempts on Cho Oyu in Nepal and Gangkar Punsum in Bhutan. His main passion is the Himalaya and he has trekked extensively throughout the entire range. His favourite regions are Bhutan, Ladakh, the kingdom of Zanskar, Nepal, and Tibet. In recent years he has been seeking the whereabouts of the Yeti and has appeared in two films on British television. The search continues!! He has also trekked and climbed in many of the other great mountain ranges of the world. Steve is the author of two books 'Kingdom of the Thunder Dragon' and 'Straight Up'. The former is now out of print but 'Straight Up' is available from our office.