On the “Colors of India” trip with Rue Pigalle, we will explore the country’s north, visiting big urban centers, historical cities and remote villages to truly experience this land of contradictions. Underscoring our journey will be the idea of craftsmanship as we seek out both highly-skilled jewelers and exceptional textile artisans.
A Wanderful Exclusive Trip run by Purposeful Nomad. This 11 day journey through Rajasthan, India highlights the strife, resilience and modern uprising of women from this region. Along with seeing some of Rajasthan’s famous sites, experiencing the local markets and tasting the incredible food, you will discover a more candid and intimate side of India and hear the stories of women from villagers to city dwellers all trying to fight for their place in modern India.
Soak up Kerala’s lush landscapes, boat through tranquil backwaters and immerse yourself in local life at a Brahmin homestay. Pick fresh tea leaves, watch ancient religious rituals and learn about traditional Indian dance, art and music. Stay at a tea field on the edge of the jungle, a 300 year old farm homestay and a peaceful island resort. With unique experiences and exclusive accommodation, we’ll take you away from the tourists and dive deep into local culture. Optional one week extension for Yoga and Wellness Retreat.
Variety is the spice of life, and nowhere is this more true than India, the land of vivid colour, ancient temples, tongue-tingling curries and so much more! We like to think our bespoke itineraries reflect India’s incredible diversity, which is why our signature tour (Kerala & Southern India) is jam-packed with authentic cultural experiences, historic sites and dramatic landscapes.
We pride ourselves on taking our guests down the less trodden paths and into the real India, which is why our Kerala and Northern India tour is bursting with authentic cultural experiences, historic UNESCO World Heritage sites, close-up wildlife encounters, traditional homestays and so much more.
This Glam Girls Lux trip includes Cochin, called the Queen of the Arabian Sea, Kochi was an important spice trading centre on the west coast of India from the 14th century onward, and maintained a trade network with Arab merchants from the pre-Islamic era.