India Travel and Tourism

Further education

Embark on the Golden Triangle tour and experience the treasures of India.


  • Enjoy an elephant ride and jeep safari at Amber Fort
  • Visit the Taj Mahal and experience the early morning sunrise
  • Take a ride on a Rickshaw and explore the day to day hustle of New Delhi markets
Typically £858 per student.
Based on a 7 day, 5 night tour for 40 students

What's included: 

  • Return flights from a London Airport
  • 5 Nights’ half board accommodation
  • Transfers, local visits and excursions as per the itinerary
  • Professional, English-speaking tour guide
  • 1 leader free for 10 paying passengers
  • 24hr assistance and support

Sample itinerary for University and College groups (not included in the guide price)

Day 1

Fly from London to Delhi International

Day 2

Airport transfer to your accommodation
Arrive at your accommodation and check in
Day at leisure
Evening meal included

Day 3

Breakfast included
Delhi Sightseeing, including the Red Fort, Jama Masjid Mosque and Chandni Chowk Market
Drive to Jaipur 'Pink City'
Evening meal included

Day 4

Breakfast included
Visit to Amber Fort including elephant ride
Sightseeing tour of City Palace, Jantar Mantar or Royal Astronomical Observatory
Evening meal included

Day 5

Breakfast included
Drive to Agra City stopping of at Fatehpur Sikri
Visit the Taj Mahal
Evening meal included

Day 6

Watch the sunrise at the Taj Mahal and explore the monument with a native speaking guide
Breakfast included
Visit Qutab Minar
Evening meal included

Day 7

Breakfast included
Fly from Delhi International to London
Arrive back in the UK
Typically £858 per student.
Based on a 7 day, 5 night tour for 40 students

Tour Operator’s Top Tips

"You can’t go to India without seeing one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The Taj Mahal was everything I expected and more."

Cassandra Varty, Sales Manager 

Tips for travelling around India with students

Photo opportunity

Please be considerate when taking photos. Always ask permission before photographing local people and remember it is prohibited to photograph within some temples.
Please dress modestly and respectfully. Shoulders to knees should be covered, especially when entering temples or places of worship.  
Stay safe
India’s cities can be extremely chaotic and busy so be patient. Stick close to your group and try to avoid wandering off alone. 
Never pay full price for anything at local markets, make sure you barter! 
Public transport
Don’t be too precious about pesonal space, India’s public transport is busy and hectic so expect to be squished at some point. Costs for public transport vary from town to town but for any transport without a fixed fare, make sure you agree a rate beofore you start your journey. 
On foot
It’s great to explore parts of the city on foot but be cafeful and stay safe. 
Food and drink
Avoid tap water and any food that has been washed in it at all times. Try to stick to peeled fresh fruit and food which has been fried or boiled. 


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Typically £858 per student.
Based on a 7 day, 5 night tour for 40 students