India is a country that almost defies description. It is vast, with a culture and history that is amongst the oldest anywhere in the world.
Family Adventure Travel in India & Sri Lanka
Adventures in India
With adventure tours in India, where to visit depends entirely on what time of year you choose to visit. The Tropical South and Classical North are best visited between September and May, while Ladakh and the Himalayas are only accessible in June, July and August when the weather is ideal. Between June and September India experiences a very hot summer as well as the monsoon, which brings much needed rain to the country – touring the country is certainly possible, but apart from Ladakh and the mountains, you may get wet!
Adventures in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka, off the coast of Southern India, is a spectacular destination in its own right. It is an easy transition into South Asia, and so is very suitable for families, especially those with young children. It is uncrowded and English-speaking, with easily manageable cities and sights. With some of the best beaches in the world, spectacular tea plantations, great wildlife with leopards and elephants, and ancient cities including the Royal City of Kandy, Sri Lanka offers a huge variety of adventures in a small country.
- Palace Hotels – sleep in the bedroom of a Maharajah- many of India’s noble families have converted their family palaces into the most magnificent hotels.
- Incredible UNESCO World Heritage sites – include ancient monuments such as the Taj Mahal as well as incredible wildlife parks. Did you know that India is home to tigers, bears, elephants, lions and rhinos?
- Food – Home to one of the world’s great cuisines, India is also home to Darjeeling tea and Alfonso mangoes – unquestionably the finest mangoes in the world.
- Houseboats – icons of Kerala and Kashmir offer tourists unique accommodation.
- Hampi – capital of the richest empire in the world, now forgotten in ruins amidst rock strewn hills and tropical banana plantations.
- Hindu Temples- offer fascinating glimpses into a faith that is vastly different from the religions of the West.
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