Every journey to India is an adventure with something new and exciting to explore around every corner. Picture market stalls laden with exotic goods, cows randomly roaming the streets and the aroma of pungent spices hanging in the air, any journey to India is guaranteed to stimulate the senses!

The sheer size of the country can be overwhelming, which makes the most difficult decision when planning a trip being where to start! North, South, East or West, each region offers something completely different and awe-inspiring in its own way from the chaotic, noisy, cities of the north to the gentle, rural landscapes of the south.

The Golden Triangle and Rajasthan are great starting points for a first trip, from the bustling cites of Delhi & Jaipur, to the Grandeur of the Taj Mahal in Agra and the mystical desert areas of Jaisalmer and Pushkar. The South and far North also have plenty to offer for the more adventurous travellers or those returning to India for a 2nd, 3rd time, whether it be exploring the quiet waterways of Kerala or trekking through the arid northern plains to the ice capped peaks of the Himalayas there is something for everyone.

Travel within India is very much part of the experience whether it be by road, train or plane, with a combination of all three highly recommended and easily incorporated into any Oasis itinerary. In regards to where to stay, India boasts a collection of truly remarkable accommodation options ranging from traditional haveli’s to exquisite Maharaja Palaces right up to opulent World class hotels. India really does have so much to offer and any trip is bound to leave you with unforgettable memories and the desire to return time and time again.

India’s beauty lies in its diversity, every state a canvas of its own!

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India Itinerary Ideas

Deserts And Palaces Of Rajasthan

16 Days
Places visited; Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Rohet, Udaipur

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Rajputs, Forts & Tigers

9 Days
Places visited; Delhi, Agra (Taj Mahal), Ranthambhore, Jaipur

Leopard at Ranthambore National Park - India

India’s Wildlife – Tracking The Tiger

13 Days
Places visited; Delhi, Khajuraho, Bandhavgarh NP, Kanha NP, Pench NP-Mumbai

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