Essential India & China

India | China


Visit the two most populous countries on Earth.

17 days £4,095 pp This is the price per person for a private tour (based on 2 people travelling) excluding international flights. Contact us for pricing for other group sizes including individuals.
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Experience the unique charm of India's capital with a tour of Old Delhi. Discover the magnificent Taj Mahal, a testament to love, and marvel at the ornate architecture of Delhi's Red Fort before exploring the elaborate palaces and forts of the pink city of Jaipur. Explore the metropolis of Mumbai, also home of Bollywood, before catching a flight to Beijing, where you will discover Tianamen Square and the Forbidden City. Uncover the history behind the iconic Terracotta Army in Xi'an, and meet the native Giant Panda in Chengdu before catching the striking Pudong skyline of Shanghai and sampling its famous cuisine.


  • Explore the heritage sights of Old and New Delhi
  • Visit the magnificent Taj Mahal
  • Beautiful Rajputana architecture of the Amber Fort
  • Explore Mumbai, India's most populous city
  • Imperial Palace in The Forbidden City
  • Ancient Temple of Heaven Park
  • The iconic Terracotta Army
  • Visit Giant Pandas in Chengdu
  • The icnonic Pudong skyline of Shanghai

Places Visited

Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - Mumbai - Beijing - Xi'an - Chengdu - Shanghai

What's Included

Arrival & departure transfers
Ground transport with driver
Domestic flights
Meals (refer to itinerary for meal plan)
English-speaking guides
Entrance fees to sites & parks

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Day 1 : Arrival into Delhi

Arrival into Delhi, where you will be met by a Travel the Unknown representative and transferred to your hotel. Spend the rest of the day at your leisure. Overnight in Delhi. 

Meal plan: Dinner

India’s capital and a major gateway to the country, contemporary Delhi is a bustling metropolis, which successfully combines the ancient with the modern. Amidst the vast spiraling skyscrapers, the remnants of a bygone era in the form of its many monuments, stand as silent reminders of the region’s ancient legacy. The first impression for any visitor travelling in from the airport is of a specious, garden city, tree-lined with a number of beautiful parks.

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Day 2 : Delhi

Spend the day visiting the sights of Old and New Delhi. Overnight in Delhi. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & dinner

The walled city of Old Delhi, which includes the Lal Qila or Red Fort of Delhi, was established in 1650 AD by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. The Spice Bazaar, or Khari Baoli, is a street in Old Delhi known for its wholesale grocery and is one of Asia’s largest wholesale spice markets selling all kinds of spices, nuts and herbs. Operating since the 17th century, the market is situated close to the historic Delhi Red Fort. Learn about the spices on sale and smell their aromas. One of Delhi's most interesting buildings is the Jama Masjid (mosque), which is surrounded by traditional businesses that showcase centuries’ old arts and crafts. There is also a marvellous old-fashioned shop where you can test Indian perfume from cut-glass bottles. You will saunter through the main bridal street of Old Delhi, Kinari Bazaar, with its dazzling display of embroidered silk wedding saris.

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Day 3 : Delhi - Agra

Depart Delhi and take the train to Agra. On arrival in Agra, you will be transferred to your hotel. Spend the afternoon visiting the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. Overnight in Agra. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & dinner

​The Taj Mahal is an immense mausoleum of white marble, built for Mumtaz Mahal, the wife of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. The construction of the tomb began in 1632 and employed more than 20,000 workers. Situated on the right bank of the Yamuna in a vast Mogul garden, this funerary monument, bounded by four isolated minarets, reigns with its octagonal structure capped by a bulbous dome through the criss-cross of open perspectives offered by alleys or basins of water. The materials were brought in from all over India and central Asia and white Makrana marble from Jodhpur. Precious stones for the inlay came from Baghdad, Punjab, Egypt, Russia, Golconda, China, Afghanistan, Ceylon, Indian Ocean and Persia. The unique Mughal style combines elements and styles of Persian, Central Asian and Islamic architecture.

Situated on the bank of the river Yamuna, the UNESCO World Heritage Agra Fort is an enormous, grand structure. The special feature of this fort is the 2.5km long and 21 metre-high circuitous wall of solid red sand stone in which each of the stones are closely bound by iron rings. The fort is surrounded by a deep moat. Some of the important buildings inside the fort are the Jahangiri Mahal, the Moti Masjid and Mena Bazaars.

Built in the early 16th century and formerly the capital of the mighty Mughals, Agra is famous for its beautiful medieval monuments. The city was pampered by the Mughals for more than two centuries, adorned with their beautiful artworks and striking architectural styles.The crowning jewel of Mughal architecture, the Taj Mahal (World Heritage Site) is one of the world’s most beautiful and beloved structures. 

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Day 4 : Agra - Jaipur

Drive to Jaipur, stopping en route at Farehpur Sikri, along with the Stepwells of Abhaneri. On arrival in Jaipur, you will be transferred to your hotel. Overnight in Jaipur. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & dinner

Fatehpur Sikri was built by the great Mughal Emperor Akbar in the 16th century to serve as the capital of his vast empire. Although Akbar had many wives, he did not have an heir, which led him to many holy men and finally to the renowned Sufi Saint Sheikh Salim Chisti, who lived in an isolated cave near Sikri. The saint blessed Akbar and soon a son was born to him. The grateful emperor named his son Salim after the saint, erected the grand Jami Mosque near the saint's dwelling and vowed to build a great city in that place. Thus emerged the great city of Fatehpur Sikri, a citadel of grand courts, palaces, mosques and gardens that rivalled the splendours of Delhi and Agra. However, destiny had other things in store for the city. Shortage of water and unrest in the north-west made Akbar abandon the city only 13 years later. Today, even after the passage of 400 years, the magnificence of this royal city has not faded and remains immaculately preserved.

The Stepwells of Abhaneri, also known as 'Chand Baori', is an ancient landmark that was once used to conserve water in the arid state of Rajasthan. The stepwell was built by King Chanda during the Nikumbh dynasty (between 800 and 900 CE) and dedicated to Hashat Mata - the Goddess of Joy and Happiness - upon its completion.

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Day 5 : Jaipur

Spend the day visiting the sights of Jaipur, some of these will include Amber Fort, City Palace and the Jantar Mantar Observatory. Overnight in Jaipur. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & dinner

Set in rugged, picturesque hills, the Amber Fort is a fascinating piece of Rajputana architecture. Constructed by Raja Man and completed by Sawai Jai Singh I, the fort is made from red sandstone and white marble. The rugged, forbidding exterior encloses an inner sanctuary with some spectacular art and architectural styles. The interior wall of the palace depicts expressive painting scenes with carvings, precious stones and mirror settings.

Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is one of the five astronomical observatories built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur in the 18th century. These observatories incorporate many unique building styles, each with a specialised function for astronomical measurement. These structures, with their striking combinations of large scale geometric forms, have captivated the attention of architects, artists, and art historians worldwide.

City Palace has been home to the rulers of Jaipur since the first half of the 18th century. The sprawling complex is a superb blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture with open, airy Mughal-style public buildings leading to private apartments. Today, part of the complex is open to the public as the City Palace Museum houses numerous medieval treasures including miniature paintings.

The capital and largest city in Rajasthan, Jaipur was planned and named by the Great warrior astronomer Maharaja Jai Singh II (1699–1744 AD). The buildings are constructed in pink sandstone after the whole city was painted pink to welcome the Prince of Wales and Queen Victoria in 1876 during their tour of India, with pink symbolising hospitality. Many of the avenues remain pink, giving Jaipur its popular name of the “Pink City”.

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Day 6 : Jaipur - Mumbai

Travel to the airport, where you will fly on to Mumbai. On arrival in Mumbai, you will be transferred to your hotel. Spend the rest of the day at your leisure. Overnight in Mumbai. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & dinner

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Day 7 : Mumbai

Spend the morning touring the city of Mumbai. The afternoon will be free for you to spend at your leisure. Overnight in Mumbai. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & dinner

Mumbai is the most populous city in India, the economical and commercial centre of the country and the home of Bollywood, the Hindi film industry. Mumbai's most famous site is the Gateway of India, a 26-metre-high arch built to commemorate the landing of King George V and Queen Mary in India in 1911. Other important landmarks include the Marine Drive boulevard, known as the 'Queen's Necklace' due to its resemblance to a pearl necklace when viewed at night from above; Dhobi Ghat, the world’s largest open air laundry; Crawford Market, the largest market in Mumbai,  named after  the first Municipal Commissioner of the city, Arthur Crawford; and the Victoria Terminus railway station, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The latter is famous for its blend of Gothic Revival and traditional Mughal architectural styles, and was built to commemorate Queen Victoria’s golden jubilee. In 1996 it was renamed to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, after the founder of the Maratha Empire.

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Day 8 : Mumbai - Beijing

Travel to Mumbai Airport for your flight to Beijing. On arrival in Beijing, you will be met by your local guide and transferred to your hotel. Overnight in Beijing. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & dinner

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Day 9 : Beijing

Spend the day sightseeing in Beijing. Walk through Tian'anmen Square, travel to the Forbidden City and visit the Temple of Heaven Park. Overnight in Beijing.

Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

The city of Beijing lies in northern China and is one of the largest and most populous cities in the world. As one of the country’s six ancient cities, it is thought to be the point where historic and modern China meet. This vibrant capital is home to world-famous ancient sites, including the Great Wall and the Forbidden City, as well as some of the world’s most innovative modern architecture, including the 2008 Olympic Park.

The Forbidden City, also known as the Palace Museum or Gu Gong, lies at the heart of Beijing. Built under the rule of the Emperor Chengzu in the Ming Dynasty, the Forbidden City holds the best-preserved and largest imperial palace in China - serving 24 emperors over five centuries. The essence of traditional Chinese architecture can be seen in the yellow roofing of the city, considered to be the symbol of royalty. Listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, the palace is now a museum and has become one of China’s most popular tourist attractions. 

Tian'anmen Square, in central Beijing, is named after the Tian'anmen - or ‘Gate of Heavenly Peace’ - located to its north. This large square is of great cultural and historical significance, containing the Monument to the People’s Heroes, the Great Hall of the People, the National Museum of China and the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong. In more recent history, the square has been the site of many political protests, including the student-led demonstration known as the ‘June Fourth Incident’ of 1989. 

The Temple of Heaven Park was built in 1420, and was originally where the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasty held the 'Heaven Worship Ceremony'. In recent history, this site has been opened as a public park, providing an example of ancient philosophy, cultural history and religion for the region.

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Day 10 : Beijing

Travel to see the iconic Great Wall of China, learn about its history before walking along its parameters. Later, visit a Jade Museum, before travelling back to Beijing to see the Summer Palace. Overnight in Beijing. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & lunch

The Great Wall of China is made up of a series of fortifications that were built along the northern borders of China to protect the historic empire from nomadic raids. Sections of the wall were built as early as the 7th century. These were added to, made bigger and stronger - later being referred to as the Great Wall. In addition to its defensive role, it also became an effective border control for China - regulating the trade of the Silk Road, immigration and emigration. 

The Summer Palace was an imperial garden in the Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1912). Today, the vast ensemble of lakes, gardens and palaces have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

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Day 11 : Beijing - Xi'an

Transfer to Beijing railway station for your train to Xi'an. On arrival, transfer to your hotel. Overnight in Xi'an. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & dinner

Xi’an, formerly known as Chang’an, was the ancient imperial capital of China. Today it is the capital city of Shaanxi Province in northwest China. It is one of the oldest cities in China and marks the starting point of the famous Silk Road, where countless momentous journeys started or finished. Key sights in Xi'an include the Xi'an Ancient City Wall, which dates back to the 14th Century, the Little Wild Goose Pagoda and the nearby Terracotta Army.

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Day 12 : Xi'an

Spend the morning touring the site of the Terracotta Army, before visiting the Xi'an Arts and Ceramics Exhibition Centre. Return to Xi'an, where you will walk the parameters of the city wall and take a tour of the Muslim Quarter. Overnight in Xi'an. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & lunch

The Xi'an Arts and Ceramics Exhibition Centre features artist reproductions of the iconic terracotta warriors, along with an array of traditional ceramic figures, furniture and silk rugs. 

Discovered in 1974, the breathtaking Terracotta Army sculpture collection contains nearly 8,000 life-size and highly-detailed terracotta warriors as well as horses that guard the tomb of Qin Shi Huang - the first Emperor of China. Each warrior is unique and is believed to have been modelled on an actual soldier of the time. They have been in place for over 2,200 years, protecting the emperor in his afterlife, and are now considered to be the 8th Wonder of the Ancient World.

The Muslim Quarter of Xi'an, the hub of the Muslim community in the city lies around Beiyuanmen Muslim Street. This narrow street houses market stalls and stores with authentic souvenirs, clothing and Islamic cuisine. Visitors and locals alike enjoy sampling the many unique dishes on offer along this winding street.

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Day 13 : Xi'an - Chengdu

Begin the day with a visit to the Little Wild Goose Pagoda, before travelling by train to Chengdu. On arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel. Overnight in Chengdu. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & dinner

Chengdu is the capital of Sichuan province. It is one of China’s six central cities and a primary transport hub. The city is famous for its teahouse culture, where they have been serving the same brews for generations. Chengdu is also China’s ‘Panda Central’, both where panda’s originate from and also home to the Giant Panda Breeding Research Base. An important historical sight in Chengdu is the Jinsha Museum, which houses the remains of a settlement dating back to 2700 BC.

The Little Wild Goose Pagoda is a UNESCO-listed Buddhist tower that lies in the centre of the Jianfu Temple. Built during the Tang Dynasty, it stands at 45 meters high, and is an example of ancient Buddhist architecture. A morning bell would chime from the pagoda throughout the Qing dynasty as a call to prayer for happiness. This bell chime is a prominent feature of Xi'an history and has become a popular attraction. Today, the original bell is preserved in the Bell Tower, whilst there is also a copy of the bell that can be rung by visitors.

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Day 14 : Chengdu

Visit the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, where you will learn of conservation efforts and have the opportunity to see Pandas. Later, visit the Shu Brocade and Embroidery Museum. Overnight in Chengdu. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & lunch

The Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding was established in 1987 in the aim of continuing the research and conservation efforts of Chengdu Zoo - promoting Chengdu as the home land of the Giant Panda. Their work is currently focused in artificial reproduction procedures to increase the numbers of the engendered Giant Panda, who now have a population of less than 2,000. Their future aims are in helping these animals adapt to their natural habitat with the view that they can then be released into their natural habitat. 

The Shu Brocade and Embroidery Museum is the only remaining place in China where you can see the professional process of Shu brocade hand weaving. Visitors can also learn about the history and culture of this historic process. 

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Day 15 : Chengdu - Shanghai

Travel to the airport for flight on to Shanghai. On arrival, transfer to your hotel. Overnight in Shanghai. 

Meal plan: Breakfast

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Day 16 : Shanghai

Spend the day touring in Shanghai - sights will include the Yu Garden, a silk museum and Shanghai Museum. Take an evening cruise along the Huangpu River, before returning to your hotel. Overnight in Shanghai. 

Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

The Shanghai Museum houses ancient Chinese art. The museum was founded in 1952 and can be found on the People's Square in the city's Huangpu District. 

The Yu Garden lies beside the City God Temple in the old city of Shanghai. Built during the Ming dynasty for the Pan En minister and stood as the largest, most prestigious garden of its era. It includes features such as the Wanhua Chamber and Sansui Hall that are each seperated by grey tiled ridges, or 'dragon walls'. 

The Huangpu River is a main tributary of the Yangtze River that flows through Shanghai. Shanghai Port, one of the most famous and important ports throughout China, can be found on the Huangpu River. 

The global financial centre of Shanghai is located in the Yangtze River Delta on the eastern Chinese coast. The largest and most populated city in the country is home to the famous Pudong skyline, which is punctured with skyscrapers. Each city district within Shanghai tells its own story. Evidence of its colonial history can be found in the architecture and cuisine found on The Bund and in the French Concession district. Whereas in the Old City, Nanshi, you can find sights such as Yu Garden and the Huxingting Tea House. 

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Day 17 : Shanghai

Transfer to the airport for your departure flight. 

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Himalayan Extension: Ladakh to Kashmir (5 days)

Travel across the spectacular Himalayan Highway

Treks & Walks (1-12 days)

Himalayan treks, village walks and more

Hill Stations & Mountains

Escape the city and unwind among some of the most breathtaking mountain and hill scapes the world has to offer.

City Extensions (1-4 days)

Visit the must-see sights and the hidden depths of India's most vibrant cities.

Kolkata & Sunderbans (6 days)

Discover colonial Kolkata and the Sunderbans Tiger Reserve

Beaches (1-7 days)

After exploring the busy cities, there's no better place to relax than one of India's paradisiacal beaches

Kolkata & Darjeeling Snapshot (7 days)

Ideal extension to Bhutan

The Golden Triangle (5 days)

Marvel at India's most incredible forts and palaces

Indian Odyssey (29 days)

Experience the best of North and South India

Wildlife of Madagascar, India & Borneo (29 days)

Spot lemurs, tigers & orangutans

Highlights of the Subcontinent (22 days)

Discover iconic sights of India, Nepal & Bhutan

Wildlife of India & Borneo (21 days)

Get under the skin of Asia's two best wildlife spots.

Journey through the Indian Himalayas (20 days)

Travel through the Himalayan foothills via Shimla & Amritsar to Ladakh

Monks, Tribes & Rhinos (20 days)

Himalayan mountains, unseen tribes & amazing wildlife

Classic Bhutan & Assam Cruise (18 days)

Experience Bhutan's rich culture, colonial Kolkata and rural life in Assam

Essential India & China (17 days)

Visit the two most populous countries on Earth.

UNESCO Sites of South India (17 days)

Discover South India's ancient archaeological wonders

Textile Tour of India (16 days)

Textile tour of Gujarat & Rajasthan including the Mewar Festival

Essential India & Sri Lanka (16 days)

India's Golden Triangle & the best of Sri Lanka.

Glimpse of India & Nepal (16 days)

Golden Triangle and the Himalayas

Assam & Nagaland Hornbill Festival (15 days)

Wildlife, tribes & rural life in Assam, Nagaland and Manipur

Rajasthan Explorer & Pushkar Camel Fair (15 days)

Fort cities, rural villages & camel fair

Nagaland: Festival of the Headhunters (15 days)

Aoling Festival, wildlife in Assam & natural beauty of Manipur

Big Six of India (15 days)

Spot tigers, lions, leopards, buffalo, rhino & elephants

Taste of South India (15 days)

Experience the flavours and exotic spices of South India

Kerala Calling (15 days)

Tropical mountains, tea & spice plantations, and backwaters

Lost Silk Road of Rajasthan (14 days)

Explore the lost Silk Road through Rajasthan

Kerala & Karnataka Explorer (14 days)

Idyllic backwaters, tropical forests & ancient temple towns

Tribes of Rural India (14 days)

Visit remote tribal villages of Orissa & Chhattisgarh

Delicacies of North India (14 days)

Discover the huge diversity of North India's cuisine

Spirit of South India (14 days)

Temple towns of Tamil Nadu to backwaters of Kerala

Taj, Tigers & Temples (14 days)

Perfect mix of classic sights and off-beat places for first-timers to India

Tribes of North East India (14 days)

Remote tribal cultures in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam & Nagaland

Hampi and Beyond (14 days)

Discover Karnataka's stone temples, wildlife and coffee farms

Wildlife of North East India (14 days)

Diverse wildlife in Assam and the Sunderbans

Big Cats of India (14 days)

Experience the thrill of the Indian jungle ...

Kashmir, Ladakh & Hemis Festival (14 days)

Experience dramatic Himalayan scenery, Islamic & Buddhist cultures

Best of Bengal & Sikkim (14 days)

Colonial Kolkata, Darjeeling toy train & Buddhism

Heart of India (14 days)

Take in the highlights of central India

Kerala - Trekking the Western Ghats (13 days)

Explore this UNESCO biodiversity hotspot on foot

Treasures of Gujarat (12 days)

Villages, temples, salt flats & the world's last Asiatic lions

Markha Valley Trek (12 days)

Set foot in Ladakh's hidden Himalayan valleys

Glimpse of India (12 days)

Golden Triangle, tigers & exotic Kerala

Classic Kerala (10 days)

Tea, spices, backwaters & beaches

Essential Rajasthan (10 days)

Discover the forts, palaces, villages and desert of Rajasthan

Living Bridges of Meghalaya (7 days)

Waterfalls, hills and living bridges in North East India

Sacred India

Uncover the religious diversity of India


A really well planned trip. We experienced life in Northeast India in just the way we wanted to. We loved the game reserves and saw a rock python which thrilled our guides as it is even rarer than the tiger! We visited villages and were able to interact with local people and loved the busy markets in Delhi and Calcutta. A special highlight was the Hornbill Festival in Nagaland; shown to us by our very own Naga guide Kezo. Kezo accompanied us for 15 days of our trip and ensured that we had many very special experiences - even taking us to the home of one of his Aunts where we spent a couple of hours sitting by the bonfire chatting.

Ann Holgate , Tailormade India

Thank you for organising our holiday in Kerala. I certainly wouldn`t have had the time or the knowledge to put together such a trip. Munnar was my favourite and the accommodation throughout was excellent.

Vik , Kerala Calling, India

What an excellent service! Rahul adapted, extended and improved our trip so many times without a qualm and we ended up with the trip of a lifetime. The destinations are unusual and interesting but everything has been checked out by the team and works brilliantly. I can`t wait to do another trip.

Penelope Smith , Assam & Nagaland Hornbill Festival, India

The tour was an amazing experience for our first visit to India. The country, its people and its cuisine were friendly,delightful, colourful and exceeded all our expectations. Travel the Unknown have put together a superb unique package that we have no hesitation in recommending to anyone with an interest in food and culture.

Elaine & Neil Smith , Delicacies of North India, India

I`m sure I could not have found a better operator for the type of complicated Indian tour I wanted to undertake on a limited budget. India is an intimidating country to visit, and I suspect that some operators look down on the first time visitor, or disparage their requirements. Travel the Unknown, by contrast, helped me all the way, and their local guides were superb.

Andrew Martin , Tailormade North East India

This was a very varied and interesting trip to a forgotten part of India. If you like off the beaten track travel it is definitely worth the effort but go with an open mind and keep a smile on your face.

Richard Williams , Monks, Tribes & Rhinos, India

This was my first experience of using Travel the Unknown having enjoyed small group adventure holidays for many years. I was attracted to the company because it seeks out the more unusual and lesser known areas of a country and I was not disappointed by my visit to Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. There is a clear contrast between the people and the scenery of these two regions and we saw very few western tourists particularly in Arunachal Pradesh. The tour was well organised with plenty to see and do.

Keith Lewis , Monks, Tribes & Rhinos, India

A fantastic trip to Arunachal Pradesh. Very well organised exactly to our requirements. Superb local guide. Would recommend this trip. Hazel and James.

Hazel Frost , Tailormade North East India

Another great trip from Travel the Unknown. I would recommend this company to anyone who wants to move outside the boundaries of the usual tourist itinerary.

Catherine Crawford , Kashmir & Ladakh Explorer, India

This trip was very well put together and ticked all the boxes that we had requested. The accommodation throughout the tour was of a high standard and our experiences in the national parks was wonderful spotting many different animals including tigers, leopards, sloth bears, lions, jungle cat plus countless number of birds. Thank you Rahul for tailoring this trip to our requirements.

Nigel & Margaret Turner , Tailormade India Wildlife & Birding tour

We went on the Spirit of South India Tour and had a great time on our honeymoon. There was a good variety of places visited and the hotels, drivers and guides were all very good. We would definitely recommend this tour.

Rachel , Spirit of South India, India

I would highly recommend Travel the Unknown to anyone visiting India. The service we received both prior to, during and following our travels was always timely and excellent. We were able to customize our trip to our liking and to enjoy a wide variety of activities. The guides in every location were outstanding! Honestly. Having travelled through much of the world I can truly say that we have never been more impressed with the quality of the guides arranged for us in each location, as well as the service we received. Similarly, the hotels were excellent and allowed us to live very comfortably while, at the same time, enjoy an authentic Indian experience. If you haven`t already booked your trip with Travel the Unknown, then either do so now....or at least give them a chance to show you what they can offer.

Tracey & Gary , Tailormade India
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