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Overland holidays in India. Tours & holidays in 2015 & 2016

South India by rail holiday
Rail trip visiting Kerala and Tamil Nadu, from £1805 (19 days) ex flights
Complete India by rail, 6 weeks
A 6 week trip that circles India by train, from £2899 (46 days) ex flights
India overland tour, with Nepal and Bhutan
The definitive tour of India, Bhutan and Nepal, from £4760 (87 days) ex flights
North East India, Bhutan and Bangladesh tour
Journey the North Eastern region of the Indian subcontinent, from £4099 (23 days) inc UK flights
India rail tour, Kolkata to Kochi
Travel northeast to southeast India spotting innumerable beautiful sights along the way, from £1999 (33 days) ex flights
India encompassed by rail
India’s highlights with plenty of time to disembark and get to know your surroundings, from £3449 (54 days) ex flights
India & Bhutan overland tour, Kolkata to Kathmandu
An epic trip across India, Nepal and Bhutan, from £1896 - £2230 (30 days) ex flights
India grand tour
The ultimate journey through India, from £2749 - £3099 (31 days) inc UK flights
Travel from Nepal, India to the Maldives, Summit to Sea
Trek the Himalaya, cruise the Maldives & cycle in northern India, from £2490 (29 days) ex flights
India & Nepal overland tour, Kathmandu to Delhi
Ist to Kath overland tour, from £512 - £665 (-4 days) ex flights
India holiday by train
Encounter Indian life aboard its trains, from £2299 - £2399 (21 days) inc UK flights

6 reviews for Overland holidays in India3.5 star overall rating

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South India by rail holiday
An amazing way to get an insight into the many sides of India. Trains are a brilliant way to see the countryside and talk to Indian people. The tour company was the most helpful travel company I have ever dealt with and I highly recommend using them. (more)David Jelley
The most memorable part of the holiday was staying in some fabulous homestays. Arriving at the first one, Nelpura, Moncompu in a canoe felt like royalty. (more)Clair Butler
From £1805 excluding flights
Travel from Nepal, India to the Maldives, Summit to Sea
Memorable parts? Meeting the children along the way. Tips? Take a pillow and a towel and if going at the same time, not as many clothes for the cold weather as I did, as it was not that cold. Take ear plugs if you want to sleep. Local benefits? Not enough information to assess. Overall rating? Very good. (more)Roger Pollard
From £2490 excluding flights
North East India, Bhutan and Bangladesh tour
Completing the walk to the Tiger's Nest in Bhutan was the most memorable part of the holiday. (more)Sid Carter
Excellent! The most memorable parts of the holiday - the sheer variety of places visited, the warmness of the reception everywhere across Bangladesh, the poignancy of many of the images across the three countries, the expanse of the scenery, the devotion of the people to their religions. (more)John Lace
Bhutan was a highlight...The curiosity of the Bangalees is nice. (more)Kirstine Manson
From £4099 including UK flights

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5 stars
I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
4 stars
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
3 stars
Very enjoyable
2 stars
It was OK
1 star
A bit disappointing really
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