INDIA, EMPIRE OF THE MIND

India’s immense geographical diversity includes the Himalayan mountain range in the north, which forms an imposing natural barrier; the lush eastern Sundarbans fed by both river and sea; a potpourri of dry and wet regions in the south; desert country in the west; and forests, plump rivers and fertile land in the central plains – not to mention the ecological hotspots of the northeast, and numerous attractive beaches.

Add to this some of the most stunning art and architecture in the world, made by millennia of civilisations and through centuries of multicultural influence. To not visit India even once is to have led an incomplete life. At Quo Vadis, we say: come, and then come back.

ITINERARY IDEAS TO INSPIRE YOUR OWN
HIMALAYAS AND NORTHERN JOURNEYS
DEEP IN THE SOUTH
CENTRAL LANDSCAPES
CULTURES OF THE WEST
RIVERS AND STORIES FROM THE EAST
EXPLORING THE UNTOUCHED NORTH EAST
THE TRINITY