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India Group Tours for Solo Travellers

Travel solo as part of a group tour to India

why travel solo to india?

Ancient spirituality, urban vibrancy and an eye to the future combine to tantalising effect in India.

On a group trip with other like-minded solo travellers in India, you’re in for a rich sensory experience. Whether you’re witnessing a sacred ceremony on Varanasi’s ghats, navigating the back alleys of Jaipur or drifting through the backwaters and beaches of Kerala, you’ll find moments of beauty at every corner.

Ancient traditions are the lifeblood of Indian culture. The birthplace of Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism, this is a country that exudes transcendental spirituality, evident in everything from architecture to everyday beliefs and locals threading marigolds outside temples as offerings.

The north is home to India’s most iconic (and chaotic) cities. Yet travel south to Kerala, and you’ll find yourself in another, more-tranquil world altogether. One of lush coconut groves and inviting beaches, with fragrant gently-spiced curries never far out of reach.

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Top places to visit in India


This state on India’s tropical Malabar Coast is a beach lover’s dream with nearly 600km of Arabian Sea shoreline. Inshore from its palm-lined beaches you’ll find vast tea, coffee and spice plantations on the slopes of the Western Ghats, and backwaters to explore by boat.


The Taj Mahal may be Agra’s biggest tourist draw, but it’s not its only attraction. The Mughal empire has left its rich history within the city through a grand fort that overlooks the banks of the Yamuna River, as well as tombs and mausoleums.


Chaotic, crowded and full of colour, Varanasi is the India you imagined. Witness sacred Aarti ceremonies on the vibrant ghats, explore narrow winding streets dotted with ancient temples and take a sunrise boat ride along the Ganges for a unique glimpse into India’s soul.


The capital of Rajasthan displays its royal history through opulent palaces and erstwhile aristocratic homes, many now converted into character-filled boutique hotels. At the centre sits the grand City Palace complex with an old town encircled by rose-toned walls that give “The Pink City” its name.

Trips to India

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10 Days in India

South India: Slow Beauty in Kerala

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13 Days in India

North India: Taj, Tigers & Palatial Beauty

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What are the national languages?

Hindi & English

What’s the currency?



India’s timezone is GMT+5.5

Top three activities

1. Visit the Taj Mahal at sunrise
2. Go tiger spotting in Ranthambore
3. Take in the beaches and backwaters of Kerala

Top five dishes to try

1. Dosa – A crêpe-like bread, made from drained rice and lentil batter
2. Panipuri – a street snack of deep-fried hollow flatbread filled with vegetables and spices
3. Chole Bhature – a spicy tomato and chickpea curry with a puffy flatbread
4. Palak paneer – a curry dish made from paneer cubes in an infused creamy spinach sauce
5. Pav bhaji – a vegetable curry dish served with a soft roll

33 °c

Average temp in high season

What's the weather like?

India is one of the most climatically diverse countries in the world thanks to its regional microclimates, but the average summer temperature is 33C (91F), while winter averages 10C (50F).

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