Top 12 India holiday reviews

For many travellers, India is the ultimate destination – exotic, mysterious, frantic, diverse – it is a land of contrasts and chaos, and is guaranteed to give all of the senses a workout. And this is exactly what many Intrepid travellers are in search of: a travel experience that challenges and changes them. A holiday in India is a guaranteed adventure of a lifetime. 

Top reviews on India holidays

The idea of a holiday in India can be intimidating to some of us – even though it will surprise and delight you at every turn – but to help you decide if it’s an adventure you’d like to try, we’ve collected some of our most recent feedback below, so you can take an uncensored look at what our Intrepid travellers have to say in their holiday reviews.


Classic Rajasthan , September 2016

Lynette Dobby

Classic Rajasthan , September 2016

Sarah Williams

Golden Triangle , October 2016


Varanasi Extension , September 2016

Kaitlyn Lande

Golden Triangle , October 2016

Emily Willmett

Mountains & Mystics , September 2016

Alexis Stratton

Real Food Adventure - India , September 2016

Edwina Ryan

Golden Triangle , October 2016

osama anshasi

South India Unplugged , September 2016

Louisa Long

Southern India , September 2016

Chris Sharkey

Southern India , September 2016

Dannelle Betts

Real Food Adventure - South India , September 2016

Kathryn Samaan


Blogs on India

6 tips for booking your first cycling trip

Posted on Tue, 13 Sep 2016

Pedalling sets the perfect pace - you travel slowly enough to enjoy your surroundings but fast enough that they're constantly changing.

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India by Etch A Sketch…you’ve never seen it like this before

Posted on Mon, 22 Aug 2016

Artist Jane Labowitch likes to doodle. In fact she's made it her full-time profession. And the instrument she's chosen? None other than the humble etch-a-sketch.

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How to do India as a solo female traveller

Posted on Tue, 5 Jul 2016

We chat to British blogger Katy Colins on what women should expect travelling alone on the subcontinent.

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