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Best Time To Go

April & September - November

Holiday Length

10 nights

Price guide

From £6,635pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two people sharing, excluding international flights. There are many factors that can influence the price such as class of flight, number of people travelling and trip extensions. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
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Holiday type

Small Group Journey


Small Group Journey - Bhutan & Nepal

Bhutan and Nepal are Asian destinations for those who love to go a little further off the beaten track. Travelling in a small group is the best way to ensure you take home enduring memories but leave no footprints. Discover Bhutan's spiritual heritage in a picture-book Himalayan landscape, as you hike to the clifftop Tiger's Nest Monastery. In Nepal you’ll travel by rickshaw to Kathmandu’s atmospheric Old Town, witness a traditional monks’ debate and enjoy a Nepalese cooking lessons at the Chef's Table. Journey into the heart of Bhutan and Nepal in a small group and these magical kingdoms will reciprocate.

Departure dates
Per person from
30 August 2017
06, 13, 27 September 2017  £6,635
11, 18, 25 October 2017  £6,635
01, 8, 15 November 2017  £6,635

The price shown includes all accommodation, guiding and transfers where specified. Subject to availability. Excludes international flights. Single Supplement on request. Lhasa post tour extension. 4 days from £1,750. Available on all departures.

Please note: This programme operates at altitudes as high as 7,500 feet. Guests may find some activity strenuous.

Trip details

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UK - Delhi

With an overnight flight from the UK to Delhi, you’ll be ready and raring to go when we meet you to start your northern India itinerary in its bustling capital city.


Delhi is a manic, magnificent maelstrom of a city, full of colour, noise and spectacle. Ease yourself in at The Leela Palace, hidden amid the leafy avenues of Delhi's diplomatic enclave. Your guide will show you this exclusive area, home to the grand Lutyens-designed Parliament and the Arc de Triomphe-style India Gate. Set amid glistening pools and bird-filled gardens, you’ll also visit the 16th-century tomb of Mughal Emperor Humayun.


Swap New Delhi for Old, with a visit to the thumping heart of this mighty metropolis. Delve into the colourful bazaars of Chandni Chowk and ascend the towering minarets of India’s largest mosque, the Jama Masjid. After a spot of delicately spiced, traditional cuisine for lunch, stop off at the icon that is the regal Red Fort, an architectural feat in solid sandstone.

Delhi - Agra - Delhi

Jump aboard India's fastest train for a day trip to Agra. Travelling at 160km/h, the Gatimann Express offers air-conditioned comfort and the quickest route to get to where you want to be: the Taj Mahal at Agra. You’ll enjoy a private tour of this magnificent testament to the power of love and the skill of Mughal architecture. Built by Emperor Shah Jahan for his wife Mumtaz, this mausoleum is the world's preeminent expression of passionate but restrained mourning.

Delhi - Jaipur

Bid farewell to India's resplendent capital, before making your way to Jaipur. Your home for two nights will be The Oberoi Rajvilas. This Mughal-style citadel is set amid acres of lush gardens and we suggest settling in with a cocktail as the sunset adds depth and lustre to India’s famous Pink City.


With a day of exploration ahead, browse Jaipur’s flower-filled bazaars and visit the Jantar Mantar Observatory. This ancient stargazing hub is packed with enormous astronomical instruments dating back to the 16th-century. Drop into the ornate Palace of the Winds and City Palace. You could also hop in a jeep and drive to the extravagantly decorated halls and chambers of the hilltop Amber Fort.

Jaipur - Udaipur

If the Taj is India’s most romantic building then Udaipur is its most romantic city. Tumbling, whitewashed mansions sit among deep blue lakes and the undulating Aravalli Hills. With its atmosphere of a bygone era, you’ll feel like a Maharaja staying at Leela Palace. Each opulent room offers a unique vantage point of Lake Pichola. However, the best views are undoubtedly on the water itself. Enjoy a sunset lake cruise with a sundowner.


Spend a day immersed in Udaipur's distinctive architecture, arts and crafts. Udaipur’s City Palace should be your first stop. Its flamboyant fusion of Rajasthani and Mughal styles is rich with gleaming walls, marble balconies and the spectacular Peacock Courtyard. Contrast the palace’s ornate splendour with a wander through Udaipur's charming tumbledown alleyways, discovering quirky craftsmanship around every corner.

Udaipur - Delhi - UK

With several fantastic Indian cities ticked off your travel map, it’s sadly time to say goodbye. After a farewell breakfast, head back to Delhi. From here you’ll connect with your flight back to the UK with countless new memories and a plethora of pictures will forever remind you of this wonderful visit to northern India.

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From the sacred stupas of Bhutan to Sri Lanka's sun-kissed beaches, our Indian Subcontinent team have seen it all. They are in an ideal position to help you curate the perfect escape to this fascinating region
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