India Holidays for Singles
Posted 12/06/2019 : By: Adam Wigglesworth
If you’re a single traveller, over 50, and want to explore all that India has to offer, One Traveller has many different options for you across the website. Some travellers visit India for spiritual reasons, whereas others visit to soak up the country’s unique atmosphere and culture. It is a country of contrasts, whether you’re after the non-stop bustle of Delhi, or would prefer a tranquil viewing of stunning temples and rare big cats in the jungle, there really is something for everyone.
Firstly, a 16-day tour of Delhi, the Indian capital. Delhi is steeped in history, allowing you to soak it all in throughout various tours of the Bangla Saheb Sikh Temple, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar and many more.
You will spend some time in Agra and visit Agra’s most famous monument from ‘The Moonlit Garden’ and of course, the Taj Mahal. An Indian rail journey is always a memorable experience, you will get to travel on board the Kota Jan Shatabdi Express, in first class, to the Ranthambore National Park where you will be able to view the wealth of stunning wildlife it's home too.
During your trip, you will also enjoy a stunning drive to Jaipur. Here you will explore India further and visit the ornate Birla Temple, City Palace, the Fateh Sagar Lake and more.
A drive to Udaipur, you will spend half a day in rural Rajasthan, relax, do some yoga, before a drive to witness the sunset over the lakes of Udaipur. Finally, fly to Mumbai and see all it has to offer, before flying home the next day.
What better way to spend your Christmas and New Year, than in India? Travel from the UK to Delhi and enjoy the glorious history, as well as visiting Agra to see the majestic forts and palaces of princely Rajasthan, the land of the Maharajas. See the legacy of the British Raj in New Delhi and the gleaming white Taj Mahal in Agra – considered to be one of the world’s most exquisite and moving buildings - there really no better way to spend Christmas Day.
Spend Boxing Day and New-Years in the ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur and a four-night stay in Udaipur, before heading to Mumbai, formerly Bombay, you will be amazed every day by a kaleidoscope of colourful sights.
This holiday takes in three-key southern India states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and six nights in Kerala. On this holiday you will visit many of the most popular highlights but also visit some lesser known gems, with time to relax and unwind. This holiday explores spectacular natural wonders, explore exotic decorations and carvings, and take in the scenery among the Blue Mountains on a scenic train journey.
You will see so much in Cochin and Kumarakom, including; a houseboat cruise, a local village experience starting with a tuk-tuk ride and then a boat cruise and a visit to a fascinating local town situated on the Bay of Bengal.
Finally, you will see Mahabalipuram where you will visit Arjuna’s Penance, or the Descent of the Ganges, drive to Kanchipuram and visit one of the cities textile centres, for which Kanchipuram is famous for.
India is full of history, which is why it is such a popular destination to visit on One Traveller. There is really is, so much to see, perfect for someone who thrives on adventure, or someone who wants to relax and take in the magnificent natural wonders.
All these holidays are available to book right now, but you must be quick as this destination is popular and spaces are limited. You can book online and view all our India holidays, or if you’d prefer, ring us on 01760 722011.