India

Featured Itineraries

  • Ancient Karnataka and Goa
    Ancient Karnataka and Goa
    13 Days, from US$ 2262.00 PP
    Ancient Karnataka & Goa begins in the exciting, ambitious city of Bengaluru and offers a chance to adjust your senses to the vibrancy of Indian life. Then sample each flavour of this extraordinary Indian meal in turn: the glittering royal city of Mysore, the lazy coffee-clad hills of the Coorg, before striking north to the captivating moon-like landscape of Hampi.
  • Classic Rajasthan
    Classic Rajasthan
    14 Days, from US$ 2437.00 PP
    Travellers flock to Rajasthan in more numbers than any other part of India. Its fantastical palaces and huge forts stand as living monuments in an awe-inspiring desert landscape. The vivid colours of Rajasthan seen in cultural festivals, bright tribal dress and appealing handicrafts also leave a permanent impression. Red Dot's Classic Rajasthan tour is a 15-day itinerary which seeks to explore the best of Rajasthan, without over-taxing tourists with too much travel in what is India's largest state. As ever, our commitment to tailor-made holidays means we can adjust this itinerary to please.
  • Explore Kerala
    Explore Kerala
    13 Days, from US$ 2980.00 PP
    Red Dot's Explore Kerala itinerary takes you on the classic route through Kerala's diverse landscapes, taking in the serene backwaters, spice plantations, jungles of Periyar, the stunning mountain tea plantations of Munnar and the sandy beaches of the more heavily populated south-west coast. You can also experience Fort Kochi's blend of cultures, music and dance and taste sumptuous Keralan cuisine. Few regions can offer so much diversity in such a relatively small area.
  • Green Rajasthan
    Green Rajasthan
    10 Days, from US$ 2317.00 PP
    Travellers flock to Rajasthan in more numbers than any other part of India. Its fantastical palaces and huge forts stand as living monuments in an awe-inspiring desert landscape. The vivid colours of Rajasthan seen in cultural festivals, bright tribal dress and appealing handicrafts also leave a permanent impression. Red Dot's Green Rajasthan is a special 12-day trip designed for those who prefer to forego the most arid parts of the state. Instead of camel trekking in the Thar Desert and a visit to the desert town of Jodhpur, it remains further east and offers a chance to go tiger spotting in Ranthambhore national park, visit one of the finest river sanctuaries in India and discover the charming towns of Bundi and Shehpura en route to Udaipur, reputed to be one of the world's most romantic cities.
  • Into the Foothills of the Himalayas
    Into the Foothills of the Himalayas
    13 Days, from US$ 1842.00 PP
    The Himalayas are the most evocative range of mountains in the world - and you can discover their glory, in relative comfort, in this rewarding mix of culture and scenery. This carefully-planned Red Dot tour will stir the senses and, if upmarket hotels are hard to find in one or two locations, we can heartily recommend charming places which strengthen the flavour of this captivating mountain region. The Himalayas have long been a draw for nature lovers and walkers searching for something more stirring than another beach holiday.
  • Karnataka & Kerala Combo
    Karnataka & Kerala Combo
    14 Days, from US$ 2621.00 PP
    The beauty of South India is laid before you in this journey between Bengaluru and Kochi - the two dominant cities of Karnataka and Kerala. On the Karnataka and Kerala Combo you will pass through wildlife sanctuaries, coffee plantations, stirring mountain peaks, a glittering palm-fringed coastline and the journey down the famous Keralan backwaters. From urban jungle to tiger jungle; from the ranges of the Western Ghats to the Malabar Groves: this truly is a holiday to savour.
  • Rajasthan Uncovered
    Rajasthan Uncovered
    20 Days, from US$ 3725.00 PP
    The tourist dash to Rajasthan is well known: a quick coach whizz around the Golden Triangle, a few boxes ticked and on to the next attraction. Red Dot's Rajasthan Uncovered could not be no different. In the longest of our Rajasthan itineraries - three weeks - you have ample time to soak up the atmosphere of India's most-visited state, time to reflect, time to rest and time to visit some of the lesser-known attractions. Travellers flock to Rajasthan in more numbers than any other part of India.
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Karnataka
Karnataka is a region of wonderful contrasts, ranging from the high-tech ambitions of Bengaluru (previously known as Bangalore), stirring hill country scenery and some memorable historic sites. Add a tropical climate, eased in the hillier areas, which encourages a generally contented approach to life and Karnataka possesses all the attributes for a memorable and varied India holiday.

Bengaluru, confident about its future, relishes the good life as much as any Indian city. To the west of this vibrant, welcoming city lies the ancient South Indian city of Mysore, wildlife safaris in the forests of the Western Ghats and coffee and spice plantations in the rolling hill country of the Coorg (now known as Kodagu).