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Luxury India Honeymoons

Inspired luxury honeymoons to India, designed for you

The richest of cultures, ancient cities and stunning landscapes

India’s vastness, stretching down from the snow-capped Himalayas in the north, through deserts and jungles south to green hills and laid-back beaches, plays host to an ancient culture and incredible wildlife, a fine setting for your luxury honeymoon.

Start with sunrise at the Taj Mahal, the ‘monument to love’, and you can soon be relaxing at an opulent palace surrounded by the pastel hues of pink Jaipur or the lakes of Udaipur.

The mountains host spiritual retreats and authentic local experiences, while numerous national parks are the backdrop for the timeless romance of a safari, spotting tigers lit by a yellow-dusk light that is so uniquely Indian.

Kerala’s coastline and backwaters have their own relaxed charm and the idyllic islands of the Maldives, a short flight south, are a fabulous place to finish your journey.

Whatever you want from your Indian subcontinent tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

Our Top Example Trips


Explore the jewels of northern India before spending five blissful nights in the Maldives


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


Seek enlightenment in Rishikesh before visiting the ancient cities of Amritsar and Varanasi


Explore India from north to south, taking in Kerala, Mumbai, Varanasi, Delhi, Jaipur and Udaipur


This ten-night trip is the perfect introduction to India for first-timers and families


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

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Need to Know

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Indian Rupee
Indian Rupee is the local currency
New Delhi
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is the country's largest city

When to go

The best time to visit is during the dry, cool season between October and March. National parks in central and northern India are open from October until the end of June with sightings better from February onward when there is less foliage. The dry season is also ideal for those wanting to trek in the far north.

When is the best time to visit India?

Meet your Indian subcontinent Team

Travel Designer

Ask me about scuba diving, trekking, and culinary adventures.

Travel Designer

Some of my most memorable travel experiences include kayaking in Antarctica, horse-back riding in El Calafate in Argentina, gorilla tracking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda, climbing Africa’s highest mountain Kilimanjaro and getting up close and personal with polar bears in arctic Canada.

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

I love researching new experiences to keep travel fresh and exciting. Ask me about rooftop bars with a view – I seek them out wherever I go!

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.

Start planning your trip by speaking to someone who knows this destination inside out.

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