Perched high in the mountains on the remote northern edge of India, Ladakh is a truly inspirational destination for a trekking holiday. This classic trek not only takes us through a spectacular high-altitude world with breathtaking vistas and entrancing scenery but also gives you the chance to experience Buddhist culture in remote monasteries, practice yoga and meditation at a special center, and be awed by expansive mountain and valley views. This is a challenge not to be missed.
India 11-Day Tours & Itineraries
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Featuring the famous Golden Triangle (Delhi - Jaipur - Agra) and its well-visited attractions, this complete 11-day itinerary offers an in-depth look into the Rajasthani culture. In addition to seeing Jama Masjid in Delhi, the Amer Fort in Jaipur, and the Taj Mahal in Agra, you'll wander historic mansions in Churu, visit with local artisans in Bagru, and marvel at architectural feats in Abhaneri and Fatehpur Sikri. You'll cook with locals, tour pink cities, and count the stars from the top of a sand dune.
Perfect for travelers who would a balance of nature and city, this extensive journey into Rajasthan hits cultural highlights alongside time in a national park. Take a walking tour through Delhi before heading off to the home of the Taj Mahal, and enjoy the beauty of Ranthambore National Park before heading on to majestic Jaipur and spiritual Varanasi.
With spectacular beaches, lush hillsides, and tranquil canals, this authentic 11-day tour gets to the heart of South India's state of Kerala. After a night in Cochin, a guide will drive you through magnificent rolling hills dotted with tea and spice plantations. Next, head to Alappuzha to cruise your way through Kerala's rustic backwaters followed by some relaxation on the Arabian Sea. Complete the loop in Cochin where you'll explore the city's charming Fort Kochi by bicycle and tuk-tuk.
The western state of Gujarat is renowned for its distinctive handicraft and textile traditions. You can experience the best of these on this 11-day tour of the state. Starting in the capital, Ahmedabad, you can visit the Calico Museum of Textiles, one of India's finest cultural collections. Continue through a number of architecturally significant towns and cities, including Vadodara and Bhavnagar. End with a few days in and around Bhuj, on the edge of the spectacular Rann of Kutch Desert, and awash with finely produced textiles and local crafts.
Combine urban and wildlife adventures in this 11-day guided itinerary through India. Get the lay of the land in New and Old Delhi before making your way to Kaziranga National Park for safaris with rhinoceros, elephants, and gibbons. From here, head to Sundarbans National Park to search for Bengal tigers by boat before finishing with a stop in India's cultural capital—Kolkata—a colorful city known for scrumptious cuisine.
This South Indian adventure gets to the heart of Kerala's spectacular layered landscapes. After touring the historic city of Cochin, you and your guide will drive toward tea plantations and friendly hill towns in the Western Ghats. Next, glide through the area's backwater canals before finishing with some beach time in Kovalam, where you can partake in yoga sessions, Ayurvedic treatments, and golden sunsets.
This off-the-beaten-path tour loops through India's southern state of Kerala. Start in Cochin to see its prominent landmarks and learn how to cook its regional cuisine, then travel through the Western Ghats and tea plantations as you make your way to Munnar. Visit Periyar National Park to learn about spices and float along waterways on a bamboo raft. Explore Kerala's backwaters by traditional houseboat before heading to Marari Beach for palm-fringed sands and Ayurvedic massages.
Experience India's famous Golden Triangle, plus the scenic Blue City of Jodhpur, on this 11-day journey. After arriving in Mumbai, travel to Jodhpur to explore the city's attractions, including the sprawling Mehrangarh Fort, and visit Bishnoi for a taste of village life. Next, enjoy sightseeing, shopping, market visits, handicrafts, and a cooking class in Jaipur. Head to Agra to see the world-famous Taj Mahal and finish with the famous sights of New Delhi, like the Red Fort and Lotus Temple.