SPIRIT OF INDIA
Our 2016 and 2017 private Pushkar Fair tours and small group journeys mix luxury with adventures far from the crowds. Enjoy a traditional family Diwali, luxury camping at Pushkar Fair, the rural mela at Chandrabagha, charming heritage hotels and spiritual walks.
As well as a warm welcome, our years of experience and in-depth research help us to offer you unique opportunities and insights. We are known for our India tours and as regional and Pushkar Fair specialists and are happy to provide references before you book.
85% of our clients have either travelled with us before or come from recommendations – please get in touch to know more. Contact us >
PUSHKAR FESTIVAL TOURS
Discover Rajasthan’s vibrant colours and culture with experts! Our tailor-made tours take in Delhi, Agra and the Taj Mahal, Diwali celebrations, Pushkar Camel Fair, and the fascinating Shekhawati region of Rajasthan and you may include any other destinations in India. As well as India's most iconic sights, you'll experience the fun and fireworks of Rajasthan's festive season.
You will travel in a comfortable, well-maintained vehicle with an experienced driver, with stays at fascinating heritage properties – luxury for less!
WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY
“I have just returned from a trip to India organised by Indian Moments ... Before you leave they take enormous trouble to discuss with you what you want to do ...we were so well looked after from the moment we arrived in Delhi until we left. We had a car and driver at our disposal at all times ... in Jaipur we stayed in the beautiful Heritage hotel Dera Mandawa. We also stayed in the Shekhawati desert region in the exceptionally beautiful haveli ... then three days at their own luxurious Camp Bliss at Pushkar camel fair...
I would wholeheartedly recommend".
TripAdvisor review of this tour by a group of four friends travelling in 2012.
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SMALL GROUP JOURNEYS
Our special small group journeys give the feel of a tailor-made tour whilst travelling with a small number of other guests and are ideal for couples or single travellers (if you are travelling on your own, we may be able to help you find someone to share with).
DIVINE DIWALI: PUSHKAR AND VARANASI FESTIVALS
5- 15 NOV 2016 NEW
Follow pilgrimage routes on a small group journey combining Delhi, Agra and Jaipur with two spectacular festivals – Pushkar Fair and the hauntingly beautiful Dep Deepavali in Varanasi See more >
HERITAGE DIWALI: INDIA ILLUMINATED
25 OCT - 3 OCT 2016 NEW
This special Diwali journey illuminates India's festival of light through experiences of Delhi's vibrant culture and World Heritage monuments, the Taj Mahal at dawn, atmospheric Fatehpur Sikri, the fireworks and illuminations of Jaipur, a family Diwali and a relaxing stay in a Shekhawati mansion. A breathtakingly visual introduction to India! See more >
HAVELI DIWALI AND PUSHKAR FAIR
(24 Oct -6 Nov 2016) 13 OCT - 26 OCT 2017
Join us for a fascinating small group journey on less travelled routes, visiting the Golden Temple of Amritsar and the majestic fort and walled city of Jodhpur along with more out-of-the-way destinations, and discovering local culture and the iconic Pushkar Fair. Offering a warm welcome and stylish travel, our Haveli Diwali tour is an ideal way to discover India if you like to get away from the crowds. See more >
GLIMPSES OF INDIA – PUSHKAR & CHANDRABAGHA FAIRS
(2-15 Nov 2016) 22 OCT - 26 NOV 2017
Explore old havelis and see some of Rajasthan's finest art in picturesque Bundi and Shekhawati, join pilgrimage celebrations and meet local farmers as you discover out-of the-way destinations and local culture on a memorable small group journey through old Rajasthan. See more >
CYCLING IN RURAL RAJASTHAN AND PUSHKAR FAIR
(29 Oct –12 Nov 2016) 18 NOV – 1 NOV 2017
Our Pushkar cycling adventure combines the sights of Delhi, Agra and the Taj Mahal, and Jaipur with a cycle trip through rural Rajasthan and Camp Bliss at Pushkar Camel Fair, taking in lovely countryside, painted towns, quirky temples and wild places, regional food and local culture. Cycling is easy to moderate on routes with little traffic. See more >