Splendours of India: Prepare Your Taste Buds for the Exotic

The exotic land of India will stimulate all your senses from smells, sounds, tastes, and sights. There is really nowhere else in the world that is quite like India, and Globetrotters who travel here are forever fascinated by the people and culture of this country.

India is a large, diverse, and overwhelming country of contrasts. Same variation of contrasts can be found in Indian cuisine. India is known for its curries, mouth-burning spices, and complex and exotic flavour pairings. Using the whole palette of flavours—spicy, sour, sweet, and hot, and you can sometimes find all of them in one single dish.

Various colourful spices
Various colourful spices
Traditional Indian sweets
Traditional Indian sweets

Contrary to common belief, however, not all Indian dishes are curries. You can find endless food options like BBQ, rice pilafs, breads, and decadent pastries – just to name a few.

On our 17-Day Splendours of India – Holiday of a Lifetime tour, we at Goway strive to make this journey like no other, and that includes offering guests unique dining experiences, that far surpass the traditional tourist experience.

Enjoy an authentic Rajasthani dinner in Udaipur, a home-hosted Haveli dinner in Jaipur, a special kebab dinner in Varanasi, along with welcome and farewell dinners at first class and deluxe hotels. All this and more are offered to help introduce you to India’s exotic flavours.

River Ganges, Varanasi
River Ganges, Varanasi

Our featured Holiday of a Lifetime experiences are ideal for someone who want to truly immerse themselves in the best the country has to offer, yet enjoy it with the security of a small group lead by experienced and knowledgeable tour directors.

The Splendours of India is a great way to experience India’s northern highlights, while exceeding all expectations of what a visit to India should be. Just remember to prepare your taste buds for the ultimate in exotic cuisine!

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Asia General Manager - At age 20, Diane set off to backpack the world as a solo woman traveller. She spent a year travelling through Asia, Australia, and the South Pacific, only to return home for a brief respite before spending 2 years travelling overland from Guadalajara, Mexico down to Rio, Brazil – making every stop in between. Diane has since retired that backpack but not her passion for travel. She’s made a career out of telling people where to go, and continues to traverse the globe. She’s been to all 7 continents and more than 75 countries.

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