We are happy to provide customised services whatever your requirements may be, whether as an individual, couple, family or group. The tailoring of your journey may be event based, special interest based, focused on a destination or a combination. We also tailor journeys for specialized groups such as schools and universities, friends of museums, spiritual groups and corporate leadership groups.

Our tours have been designed to feature a selection of the destination's highlights, but they may not meet all of your requirements. You may want to add a day here and there to one of our independent itineraries for further exploration, sightseeing or leisure. Or perhaps you would like to vary the standard of accommodation or modes of transport. On the other hand, you may want to create an entirely individual itinerary that includes destinations and experiences not covered in our ready-made tours.

Whatever your ideas or needs we are happy to give you honest considered advice, then design a personalized itinerary and quote for it. If our initial proposal is not entirely suited to you we are happy to amend the itinerary as often as required. We are happy to serve.


Travelling to Northern and Central India:
The most popular destinations for first-time visitors to India, covers the 'Golden Triangle' of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, the temples of Khajurao and the holy city of Varanasi.

Another popular destination for first-time visitors to India is the desert state of Rajasthan. Rajasthan is a mosaic of landscapes and terrain, each of singular beauty, whether it is the dunes of the desert, or the forested hills of Ranthambore where we can see tigers in the wild, the fortresses and royal palaces and the unique cities of Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur

A Haven in the Himalayas
Find peace and tranquility amidst the world's highest mountain range and its foothills with its striking landscapes. This area has been aptly called the ‘abode of the Gods’ and has attracted spiritual seekers for centuries and is imbued with Hindu and Buddhist traditions.

Nepal: In the Lap of the Himalayas - Visit Kathmandu
Open dates (6 days)
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Ancient Buddhist Monasteries of Western India: Visit the rare surviving sites in the Indian subcontinent where Buddhism flourished on its home soil from the 3rd Century BCE to the 10th Century CE, with Amod Basole - Open dates (9 days)
As well as Mumbai , India 's largest and most rapidly growing city, Western India boasts the golden beaches of Goa, little known Gujarat with its wealth of monuments and the spectacular caves of Ajanta and Ellora.

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In the Footsteps of the Buddha: Pilgrimage through India and Nepal
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Explore Eastern India:
The Jewel in the Crown: Kolkata - 
Spend four days exploring this exciting metropolis
(4 days beginning and ending in Kolkata) - Open dates

The Weaver's Tale: Orissa -  Visit Bhubaneshwar, Dhauli, Konarak, Udayagiri, Khandagiri, Lalitgiri, Ratnagiri (4 days beginning and ending in Bhubaneshwar) - Open dates

The Story Unfolds: Andhra Pradesh -Explore ancient Buddhist sites in Amravati, Nagarjunkonda and visit the old palaces, forts and tombs of the Nizam's of Hyderabad
(7 days beginning in Vijayawada and ending in Hyderabad) - Open dates

Explore the multifaceted city of Delhi with Shantum Seth: Full day and half day tours. The seven historical cities and their grand monuments; the markets, the streets, the places of religious devotion, the crafts and its diverse people.
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Wisdom Traditions of South India: This rich and varied region includes Chennai (Madras), tropical Kerala with its beaches and backwaters, magnificent Mysore, the huge temples of Tamil Nadu, an abundance of wildlife, paddy fields, tea plantations and lakes. The French colonial town of Pondicherry, the township of Auroville inspired by Aurobindo and the mother, living masters in Spirituality and Yoga and the powerful ‘land’s end’ where three oceans meet.
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Touching the Earth in Kolkata and Shantiniketan: Bustling Kolkata is the gateway to beautiful East India with its tea plantations, hill tribes, diverse wildlife and stunning mountain landscape.
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Ladakh - Haven in the Himalayas described as á piece of broken moon-land:
Open from June to September
every year
Living Faiths of India: Open dates (9 days)
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