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Luxury family travel to the Indian Subcontinent

Inspired luxury family travel to the Indian Subcontinent, designed for you

Discover one of the world's most vibrant regions with your family, in comfort and style

The Indian Subcontinent is an incredibly diverse corner of the world, filled with epic landscapes, incredible cites and wonderful wildlife. It is also home to countless fascinating cultures so when it comes to a family vacation with a difference, it really is hard to beat.

India is a whirlwind of colour and sound, its energy undeniably contagious. There are incredible palaces and forts to discover, whose stories come to life with expert private guides. There are vibrant bustling cities, quaint colonial towns and peaceful hill stations each offering an insight into the different ways of life in this hugely varied country.

For active families, there are epic hiking trails through the mighty Himalayas as well as cycle paths that wind their way through hills and lakes. And then there’s the wildlife. Few who come to India fail to be mesmerised when face to face with majestic tigers and leopards who stalk through the grasslands, playful monkeys screeching as they ¬†swing through the trees and colourful birds flit through the skies above.

Sri Lanka may be small in comparisom, but this island nation packs an awful lot in. Ruined cities, golden beaches, tea plantations and national parks teeming with wildlife make this an incredible destination for families looking for adventure. Sri Lanka is more laidback than India, making it ideal for those with smaller children. Friendly and welcoming locals make it a wonderfully relaxed destination and with so much to see and do, there is something for everyone.

Nepal is another country that may be small in size but more than makes up for it in character. This is a fantastic destination for families who love to hike, with spectacular trails that wind their way through the Himalayas.

Bhutan is another small but incredibly diverse country. The Land of the Dragons is celebrated for its peaks and its unspoilt natural environment hosts a huge range of biodiversity. It is rich in primate life and home to the Bengal tiger, clouded and snow leopard, sloth and black bear and red panda.

And for those that love the beach, the picture-perfect islands of the Maldives are hard to beat. With incredible underwater worlds to discover and luxury hotels with activites for children of all ages, it is a beautiful destination that caters to everyone.

Great service and concern for our every movement
05 May 2015

It was a jam packed and complex trip but everything when very smoothly. All the guides were very knowledgeable and professional.

Cliff
Published 3 years ago

Example Itineraries

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An unforgettable trip that takes in India's bustling cities, peaceful countryside and wildlife

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A memorable 13-day discovery of Sri Lanka's wonderful wildlife and culture for families

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Discover Rajasthan's regal history through its palaces and forts, and spot big cats in the wild

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Explore the mighty Himalayas in both Nepal and India on privately-guided treks

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Explore India's magnificent temples and spiritual cities, and go in search of its beautiful...

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Visit beaches, temples and tea plantations, and spot leopards at Yala National Park

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Explore the backwaters and tea plantations of Kerala, before heading to the Maldives

Where to go

Meet your Indian subcontinent Team

Travel Designer

Two of my favourite memories are a very emotional moment when I first saw the Taj Mahal in India and watching the sun rise over Mount Merepi from the top of the Borobudur temple in Java, which was a truly magical moment.

Travel Designer

Over the past 10 years, I have reported from nearly 70 countries, including Greenland, Brazil, Namibia, South Africa, Kenya, Bhutan, Nepal, the Seychelles, Bali, Thailand, and elsewhere around South-East Asia.

Travel Designer

My passion for Asia was first ignited when I spent a year teaching English in South Korea. I found both the culture fascinating and the food phenomenal.

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