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India Tours and Tour Holidays

The endlessly intriguing land of India ranks highly on the wish lists of many seasoned world travellers, and for good reason. Home to the exquisite Taj Mahal, countless opulent palaces, stunning and diverse natural beauty and entrancing cities, this is a country you could spend a lifetime exploring and every day would still offer something new. 

On India tours and holidays, you’ll discover the colonial grandeur of Delhi, stroll through the streets of the ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur or seek out majestic Bengal tigers in Ranthambore National Park. Gaze out onto the Himalayas in northern India, or head south to visit fragrant spice plantations, lush tea gardens, hill-stations recalling the days of the British Raj and the coconut palm-fringed beaches of the Malabar Coast. You’ll find a whole new world of adventures in India’s enchanting destinations.

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See India with Titan

Explore the staggering range of diversity on offer with an India tour by Titan. Whether you want to investigate the iconic cities of the Golden Triangle, or join an escorted group tour of the national parks that may have inspired Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, you’ll find plenty of life-changing holidays in India with us. The highlights are countless…


India’s capital territory is abuzz with things to see and do, regardless of whether you’re drawn by the bustling markets of New Delhi or holy temples elsewhere…

Qutub Minar

Towering some 73 metres above the Qutub complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Centre, Qutub Minar was built in the 12th century to celebrate Muslim dominance in the city. It’s the highest tower in India, spiralling into Delhi’s skyline in shades of red, white and brown.

Jama Masjid

Situated in Old Delhi, Jama Masjid is the largest mosque in India. It dates back to the mid-17th century, when it was constructed under the reign of Shah Jahan, a Mughal emperor whose other architectural achievements include the Taj Mahal and the Red Fort. Enter via the northern gate, where you’ll be able to hire robes which you can wear when exploring the mosque.

Dilli Haat market

Visit here for souvenirs from all over India and lose yourself to its whimsical atmosphere. The thatched-roof stalls here mirror the markets of smaller villages elsewhere in India, although this is on a much larger scale. Shop around for bangles, jewellery boxes, shawls and silk scarves, amongst other traditional Indian artefacts.


No matter whether you’re visiting for elegant palaces or lush gardens, attractions in Jaipur are just a rickshaw ride away.

Hawa Mahal palace

This impeccably decorated palace is one of India’s most recognisable sites. The building was originally built in 1799 under the city’s former ruler, Sawai Pratap Singh, for royal women to look down upon street processions. It’s also said to resemble the crown of important Hindu deity Krishna. Make your way to the top and enjoy stunning views over the City Palace and Sireh Deori Bazaar.

Jaigarh Fort

Located on the outskirts of Jaipur, the Jaigarh Fort’s imposing exteriors take you way back to medieval times. It was originally made to protect the Amber Fort complex which sits below it, although today its sole purpose is a tourist attraction.


This northern gem straddles the Ganges river and is home to a colourful array of attractions quintessential to the city – here’s a few of them.

Ganges river boat rides

There’s something spiritual about a gentle boat ride along the Ganges river. Set your body clocks for an early rise and time your trip with sunrise – the best time to go is around 5:30 to 8am, depending on the season. Sunset boat trips are equally alluring, too, and some people say you should really experience both ends of the day on the Ganges.

Kashi Vishwanath Temple

Places of worship are commonplace in Varanasi. The Kashi Vishwanath Temple features two golden domes and is significant for Hindus across the globe. A special shrine – or Jyotirlinga – of Lord Shiva, a Hindu deity otherwise known as the Vishwanath (hence the building’s name), is housed within the temple.


This holy city is situated roughly 12 kilometres from Varanasi. It holds spiritual significance for many Buddhists, as this is where Buddha first taught the dharma following his enlightenment. Following Turkish Muslim invasion in the late 12th century, much of the city was reduced to rubble, but today it remains pivotal to Buddhists in India and worldwide. 


South of Delhi, Agra is best known for one of India, and the world’s, most recognisable mausoleums…

Taj Mahal

One of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal and it’s glistening white turrets are many people’s first associations with India. It was built under Emperor Shah Jahan, with the help of over 20,000 people, in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. Get your very own landscape photo and then explore the opulent grounds and interiors at your own leisure.

Agra Fort

Like the Taj Mahal, the Agra Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dating back to the 16th century, when members of the Mughal dynasty lived in it, this imposing sandstone building overlooks the Yamuna River. Explore the royal quarters and enjoy a top-tier view of the Taj Mahal.