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Explore India

The Indian Subcontinent

Vacation Experts “All your
dreams and imaginations
come true”

Ve includes the core lands of India, Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and the island country of Maldives. The Indus Valley civilization, one of the world’s oldest, flourished during the 3rd and 2nd millennia B.C. and extended into northwestern India. Aryan tribes from the northwest infiltrated the Indian subcontinent about 1500 B.C.; their merger with the earlier Dravidian inhabitants created the classical Indian culture.

Luxury Tours

Finest Experiences

Everyone deserves to
be pampered
occasionally.

Vacation Expert’s luxury holidays gives you the opportunity to do just that. Whether you want to be toned, buffed and puffed at an indulgent spa or cosseted in a sumptuous suite overlooking the most magnificent monument in the world – our luxury holidays are the ultimate, decadent treat.

The world’s best hotels in the very best locations are hallmarks of Vacation Expert’s Style, where gracious traditions and warm hospitality prevail. From breathtaking views to exceptional decor and attentive services, many of our hotels in the Indian Subcontinent are considered destinations in themselves. Warm hospitality and service excellence prove an irresistible combination at our carefully selected luxury hotels, where your comfort is our highest priority.

Luxury Train Tours

Unique Itineraries & Cuatueal Gems

Experience the glories
of Rajasthan aboard
occasionally.

‘Royal Rajasthan on Wheels’, view the Taj Mahal at full moon, and cruise through the heart of the Ganges River to experience the mystique of this revered river. Relive the grandeur of the Pallava dynasty at Mammalapuram with its rock cut caves and temples, experience the invincible Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur. Venture off-the-beaten path to to the remote award-winning 360° Leti mountain resort and savour a 360° view of the mighty Himalayan landscape from the comfort of your bed.

Wellness &
Yoga Tours

science of Ayurveda

  • Wellness & Yoga Tour
  • Wellness & Yoga Tour
  • Wellness & Yoga Tour
  • Wellness & Yoga Tour

Wellness Travel is all
about finding balance
of life,.

Wellness Travel is all about finding balance in one’s life, achieving, and maintaining maximum health and a sense of well-being. The science of Ayurveda, like the science of Yoga, was inspired and developed by the great masters and seers of ancient India.
The origin of Ayurveda and Yoga are common to play a highly complementary role in spiritual evolution and the maintenance of physical well-being and vitality. Ayurveda is, perhaps, the oldest science of life, a system of diet, healing and health maintenance that is deeply spiritual in origin.

It’s time to refresh, re-energize and re-evaluate your lifestyle by getting away from tension filled days and spending the holidays rejuvenating both your mind and body. As traditional Indian treatments become the preferred choice for tourists, Vacation Experts recommend a myriad of enjoyable ways to spend wellness vacations with 7 renowned Ayurvedic health resorts in India.

Spiritual Journeys

write your own Story

There are plenty of
reasons for a spiritual
seeker to go to India

“There are plenty of reasonable reasons for a spiritual seeker to go to India. You can go because it’s the birthplace of four of the world’s great spiritual traditions – Hindu, Buddhist, Jain and Sikh – and the home to a profusion of others.
You can go because you want to experience the teachings of yoga and meditation in their original cultural context. You can go because it’s the land of the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita, the Mahabharata; the place where the Buddha proclaimed the Four Noble Truths to a band of ascetics in a deer park, where Krishna taught dharma to Arjuna as he prepared to drive his chariot into battle, where Shiva gave the first hatha yoga teachings to the king of the fishes.

  • Spiritual Journeys
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  • Spiritual Tour
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From Here to Nirvana by Anne Cushman, Jerry Jones The home of Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism, this country has over the ages welcomed religions – Christianity, Islam, Zoroastrianism, Judaism and the Bahai faith – and has embraced them with as much enthusiasm as it has for its own home-grown faiths. A country which literally seems to subsist on religion, where incense and prayers, hymns and temples are as much a part of daily life as eating or drinking.