The Taj Mahal is just one of the unexplainably stunning pieces of architecture in India. Venture through the backwaters of Kerala or explore the backstreets of Delhi on the back seat of a rickshaw.

Try out the ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur and explore the culinary spices of authentic India cuisine. With Out of Office, you could be relaxing on the white sand of Goa, or be right in the middle of the action in the bustling streets of Mumbai.

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Golden Triangle with Kathmandu

The itinerary features the best of India and Nepal, from culture and heritage to world-famous monuments. Start with the famous Golden Triangle which takes in the capital Delhi, Agra with its famous Taj Mahal and stunning Jaipur. You’ll also explore...

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Discover Kerala

Kerala has so much to offer, from the backwaters of Kerala to the beautiful archaeological sites. Spend a day on a traditional houseboat and cruise down the canals, observing the locals going about their daily lives. You will get the opportunity...

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Delhi, Jaipur, The Taj Mahal and Wildlife Safari

This stunning luxury India holiday takes in some of India’s most famous cities but also the opportunity to see wildlife on safari at Ranthambore National Park. You’ll start on a journey of discovery from Delhi before heading down to Agra...

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Gay Group Trip: India Highlights

India is one of those countries that you need to put on your bucket list. Not only is it filled with culture, but the people are some of the most hospitable on earth. This gay group trip visits its main...

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LGBT Group Trip: Jewels Of India

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From temples, to tigers to the Taj Mahal, this wonderful gay group trip ticks off the essential parts of India. You will be staying in 5-star accommodation along the way, whilst taking in the art, culture and architecture which encompasses...

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Gay Group Trip: Splendours Of India and Ganges River Cruise

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Take the chance to broaden your horizons with a gay group tour through India. Stay in a luxurious New Delhi hotel as you explore the capital territory. Fly to exotic West Bengal for an unforgettable gay river cruise along the...

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Getting to India

India is well connected to both the west and east with major airports in Delhi, Mumbai and Goa. The country is also well connected by a rail network which is a unique and authentic way to travel the country. Bear in mind though that travel times can be extensive as the distance between India's key cities is long.

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With its unique vibrant culture, busy bustling cities and delicious cuisine, a trip to India will definitely be a once in a lifetime experience. It is definitely a country you can’t rush, as there are lots of places you must visit and it’s worth taking your time in order to really experience it. From the vibrant streets of Dehli to the quiet rice fields in Kerala, every place is different from the next. One thing is for sure, your stomach is sure to be satisfied (that is if you like spice!)

We have some wonderful India itineraries to varying different parts. Our Kerala itinerary is perfect if you are looking for more of an off the beaten track experience, and our Golden Triangle itinerary is perfect if you are looking to see the essential destinations including Mumbai and Goa.

What Everyone Does In India

The Golden Triangle itinerary is the route we recommend if you are looking for the perfect taste of India. You’ll visit all the essential places including Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Mumbai and Goa. After you’ve finished exploring, end in Goa for some beach time – you won’t be disappointed.

What Some People Do In India

As you move south, the landscape changes to luscious fields and a tangle of rivers. Visit Kerala and experience the rural side of India. With beautiful landscape, pristine beaches and elephant sanctuaries you’ll be immersed in stunning scenery.

What No One Else Does In India

If you want to experience somewhere which has virtually no tourists then head to the Hill stations which can be found way up in the mountains. They are used as places to escape the hot Indian summer. Head up here to experience awesome untouched landscapes, you’ll find deep valleys, towering mountains and fresh luscious grassy plains – very different to the rest of India!

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