Rich in culture, history and flavour, the Indian subcontinent is a travel destination that has it all. In Sri Lanka, you’re greeted with the unique proposition of spending one moment on a golden beach and the next pushing back the vines covering ancient kingdoms. But if that doesn’t excite, perhaps its rainforest leopards and temple monkeys will.
And, not to be outdone by its diminutive neighbour, you’ll find India equally rewarding. Perhaps laze down palm tree lined backwaters in a Keralan houseboat or appreciate the sheer majesty of Rajasthan’s forts and Mughal palaces aboard a luxury train journey.
We're also excited to announce the relaunch of our India & Beyond brochure. Packed full of updated holiday inspiration, new routes and world-class hotels, you won’t want to miss out.
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This luxury India holiday will illustrate the beautiful essence of Rajasthan, from its warm and welcoming people, to its bustling cities, antiquated villages, and regal heritage.
India's southern coast, bordered by the sparking waters of the Arabian Sea and the evergreen mountains of the Western Ghats, is blessed by a perfect climate, verdant foliage and a slower pace of life.
Head off the beaten track with a luxury, small-ship cruise through India’s northeast, taking in unique wildlife, stilted villages and ancient island cities with a range of included excursions, from elephant-backed safaris to cooking courses.
This luxury boutique hotel by Uga Escapes is located just minutes from Yala National Park, overlooking a spectacular beach where sea turtles come to nest and elephants play in the surf.
A tailor-made journey through Sri Lanka, visiting its most impressive ancient monuments and beautiful beaches as you explore Anuradhapura, Trincomalee, Kandy, Polonnaruwa and more. Discover white-sand beaches, verdant tea plantations and architectural wonders dating back to the 11th century.
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Book by: 20 June 2018
From sweeping tea plantations to UNESCO-listed treasures and the wildlife of the Yala National Park, spend two memorable weeks exploring the history, culture and beaches of this Indian Ocean gem, a land of smiles that's long made it a travellers' favourite.