The eastern end of the Himalaya and their neighboring foothills is one of the least-visited sections of the mountain range, but other travelers' loss is your gain as you explore this corner of India over the course of eight days. You'll experience a mix of Buddhist, Hindu, and Tibetan cultures as you visit tea terraces, monasteries, mountain viewpoints, and more.
India 8-Day Tours & Itineraries
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This exciting eight-day trekking and camping itinerary will take you through the southernmost Himalayas in India, known as the Dharamsala range. You'll have a few hours free in Delhi before you take an overnight transfer and begin your adventure in McLeod Gang, where you'll tour the Dalai Lama's Temple Complex and learn about the city's Tibetan residents. Then, you'll set off on a guided five-day hike through unspoiled and friendly mountain villages, where you'll be treated to magnificent views of the Dhauladhar range at every turn.
Delve a little deeper into India's amazing Golden Triangle on this week-long tour. Explore ancient abandoned cities and historic capitals, cycle through the countryside, and visit local families and female artisans to learn more about everyday life in India. Take a food tour through Jaipur, experience the breathtaking Taj Mahal at sunrise, and discover some of the most amazing palaces and forts in Rajasthan before winding up in the mesmerizing bazaars in Delhi.
This adventure will take you to two of India's most exciting and scenic destinations. Begin in Delhi, where you'll explore the city's world-famous highlights, such as the Red Fort, Chandni Chowk Market, and Humayun's Tomb. Then, fly to Kaziranga National Park in Assam State, where you can spot one-horned rhinoceros, elephants, tigers, and other wildlife on a series of Jeep safaris. Visit a local village, orchid sanctuary, and tea plantation before heading back to Delhi for one final day of exploration.
Discover some of the highlights of northern India on this eight-day tour, from exploring the bustling streets of Delhi and Kolkata to spotting wildlife in the more serene Sundarbans National Park. You'll be excited while looking for endangered Bengal tigers and will be impressed by the beautiful buildings and landmarks you visit, such as Kolkata's white marble Victoria Monument.