Special and Luxury Tours

A range of special and luxury attractions in India
Experience unique and new attractions of India that may change your perspective on what a holiday should be.

Only in India

For a completely new experience, then try one of our special and luxury tours.

Royal Stays

These luxury hotels are designed like the royal homes of kings and queens of a bygone era. They offer luxury suites that feel like the rooms in palaces and offer services that make you feel like royalty yourself. You could stay at Amanbagh in Ajabgarh, Amarvilas in Agra, Oberoi Udaivillas in Udaipur or the Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur.

Luxury on Wheels

Travel across India in the comfort and luxury of the Palace on Wheels, Royal Rajasthan, Deccan Odyssey, or the Maharaja’s Express. These luxury trains are designed like palaces on the inside, so you can enjoy an unforgettable journey across the Indian landscape. With lavish interiors, luxurious amenities and impeccable service, all made to resemble the royal journeys of kings and queens, travelling in these trains is something you should experience at least once in your lifetime.

Char Dham Yatra

“Char Dham” literally translates to “the four abodes” and refers to the four pilgrimage sites of the Hindus – Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri. “Yatra” means “journey” Many Hindus believe that they must make the “Chardham Yatra” at least once in their lifetime. The four locations are home to highly revered temples, all of which are situated in the Garhwal region of the state of Uttarakhand. The tour takes 13 days and offers breathtaking views of the Himalayan mountain range while offering spiritual fulfillment to the pilgrim.

Cricket Coaching Camp

Designed for the youngsters, this 5-day Cricket Coaching Camp is an exciting opportunity to train with some of the best coaches in the world. The camp is run by Dilip Vengsarkar, former captain of the Indian Cricket Team. Here, youngsters will be personally guided by Dilip’s hand-picked coaches. The camp includes three days of net practice and two days of 35 overs–a–test cricket matches against Dilip Vengsarkar Academy players. The camp is a great way to not only train, but play against qualified cricket players and hone one’s abilities.