Tailormade Tours to North India

Incredibly diverse – from age-old traditions and fascinating heritage to grand landscapes and culinary indulgences – any tour to North India will spark your curiosity & awaken your senses.

The regal mountain ranges, Fertile Plains, arid deserts, dense forests and roaring rivers, North India is first on the bucket list of any tour to India. From the dry undulating Aravalis to the colossal snow-capped Himalayas that dominate the north; all add to the theatrics of this land. Along with abundant natural allure, exquisitely carved temples rise out of deserts and crumbling fortresses peer over plunging gullies.

Lovers of adventure can scout for big jungle cats on wildlife safaris, paddle in the shimmering waters of beautiful lakes, take blood-pumping treks high up in the Himalaya, or simply breathe in the meditative air while on a nature trail.

Rural North India is stunning with most vibrant colours, humility and amidst them a few hidden gems that are retreats in themselves. For those seeking spiritual refuge, North India has several avenues to warm your soul.

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Highlights of Northern India

Bazaars of Old Delhi

The Taj Mahal in Agra

Pink Sandstone walled city in Jaipur

Wildlife in Ranthambhore

The Blue city of Jodhpur

Sand Dunes in Jaisalmer

Exquisite lake palaces in Udaipur

Spiritual Amritsar

Mighty Himalayas in Ladakh

Mountain culture in Srinagar

The Oldest civilization, Varanasi

Holy Allahabad

Bustling Lucknow

Havelis in Rajasthan

Gardens of Mughal India

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The Weather & best time to North India

North India has three distinct seasons viz. winter, summer, and the monsoon. Generally, the best time to visit North India plan is winter and the Himalayas in summer when the weather there is pleasant. Summer season in North India is from April to June followed by monsoon July to September. North Indian plains start heating up around March and its temperature is around 35°C by April.

By June monsoon rains start and humidity level rises. As the heat in Northern Plains is scorching, it is better to move towards the Himalayan region to enjoy the pleasant weather.

Best time to visit: October / November – March / April

Summer: May-June

Monsoon: June / July-September

Original Hotels & Hideaways in North India

Dar-es-Salam, Srinagar
Shakti Himalaya, Ladakh
Snow View, Leh
Stok Palace, Leh
Sukoon Houseboat, Srinagar
The Ultimate Travelling Camp, Nubra Valley
The Ultimate Travelling Camp, Ladakh
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7 Pines, Kasauli
Chonor House, Dharamshala
Glenmoor Cottages Mcleodgunj
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The Serai, Jaisalmer
Sher Bagh, Ranthambhore
Shahpura Bagh, Jaipur
Samode Palace, Jaipur
Samode Haveli, Jaipur
Ratan Vilas, Jodhpur
Ranvas, Nagaur
Ramathra Fort, Sapotra
Rajmahal Palace, Jaipur
Narendra Bhawan, Bikaner
Mountbatten Lodge, Ranakpur
Mihir Garh, Rohet
Manvar Desert Camps, Jodhpur
Malji Ka Kamra, Churu
Khem Villas, Ranthambhore
Khas Bagh, Jodhpur
SUJÁN Luxury Camp, Jawai
Devigarh, Udaipur
Dev Shree, Deogarh
Bujera Fort, Udaipur
Bhainsrorgarh Fort, Kota
Amet Haveli, Udaipur
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Nadesar Palace, Varanasi
Jaagir Lodge, Dudhwa
Ganges View, Varanasi
Chambal Safari Lodge, Agra
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Shakti, Kumaon
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