Tailor-made India holidays designed just for you!

Here at Yonder we have devised some exciting itineraries that will illustrate just what amazing journeys you could enjoy through Yonder’s exciting far-away destinations.

Of course every one of Yonder’s clients is a unique individual and we only create personalised itineraries that reflect those personal desires and wishes. So your Yonder journey will be as individual as you are. But to help you envisage just what amazing adventures might be possible, we have devised sample itineraries that we are confident will inspire you. You only have to pick up the phone to explore how any one of these ideas might be adapted to create your own perfect journey Yonder.

So many great options over Yonder!

Whether you are looking for the perfect hotel stay or to create an exciting itinerary tailored just for you, every last detail of your trip with Yonder is carefully crafted, including hand-picked hotels that we adore ourselves

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Marari Beach Resort

Set within 30 acres of coconut groves, lily ponds and fruit trees, Marari Beach Resort is a fusion of gentle, fisherfolk-inspired wellbeing and the seaside environment in which it effortlessly sits.

Spice Village

Traditional tribal homes, crafts and community meet ethical, minimalist and understated comfort in an award winning experiential hotel.

Kumarakom Lake Resort

Colourful, charmingly traditional, and in harmony with the beautiful landscape that surrounds it, Kumarakom Lake Resort offers unparalleled comfort, serenity and peace in which to enjoy your luxury holiday in Kerala.

MS Oberoi Vrinda

Take in ‘The Venice of the East’ on this luxury cruise boat, spacious enough to allow you to enjoy a slightly longer stay on the Keralan backwaters, offering two and three night itineraries.

Eight Bastion

Contemporary hotel with a unique conceptual style that draws inspiration from the seafaring history of Fort Kochi. Beautiful rooms and fantastic dining.

Brunton Boatyard

Formerly the shipyard of Geo Brunton and Sons on the seafront in Fort Forth Kochi. Now beautifully restored, this period building of the British Raj is a boutique, five- star hotel with a unique charm.

The Claridges

Classic in its decor, as well as in the quality and standards of attentive service, The Claridges Delhi, built in 1952, has a long-established reputation as one of the go-to quality hotels in Delhi.

47 Jobner Bagh

Rajasthan is best known for its many palaces that have been transformed into luxury hotels but there are a number of secret historical haveli dwellings like 47 Jobner Bagh that are utterly charming.

Taj Mahal Palace

The Taj Mahal Palace hotel is not only a historic luxury hotel that has played host to the most illustrious of guests but it is Mumbai’s greatest landmark in its own right.

Maharajas' Express

There’s a reason the Maharaja’s Express is known as the palace on wheels. It is one of the world's great luxury train experiences and a completely unique way to explore northern India.

Taj Exotica Goa

The Taj Exotica in southern Goa is the kind of hotel that will slow your heart beat to a tranquil tempo. Nestled into 56 acres of manicured gardens, with 800 meters of uninterrupted sandy beach facing the Arabian Sea and more facilities than we can recount here.

The Leela Goa

Sandwiched between a turquoise lagoon and the azure ocean, The Leela Goa is a slice of paradise that very few hotels can match. Add in Leela’s trademark service, beautiful rooms and a private golf course, and you’ll quickly grasp that this is somewhere very special indeed.

Jalakara

Chic, modern, airy and sophisticated private hotel with just six rooms, set inland on a magical plantation, with outstanding service, food and comfort. Pool overlooking the jungle is heaven on earth. Bring a book and your imagination – no wifi or phone signal to distract you.

Rawla Narlai

Crenelated former village stronghold redesigned with a dash of contemporary style. Charming shady courtyards, superb pool area and a tented spa. Great activities. Set out by 4x4 to spot leopards, go birdwatching at nearby lakes or hack out on thoroughbred Rajasthani horses.

Ranvas at Nagaur

Well off the beaten track, In a corner of a huge fort, a spellbinding cluster of havelis built to house the Maharaja of Jodhpur’s wives. Authentic, elegant rooms around a stunning central quad with pool and arched pavilion dining room where the cuisine is superb.

Rajmahal Palace

A dazzling reincarnation of a former Maharaja’s palace. Bespoke wallpapers, butlers pristine in white, scents of jasmine from the lush gardens, Art Deco pool, monogrammed linen, custom china… 14 suites, all unique but united by creative flair. And fabulous food to boot.

Trident Chennai

The perfect overnight bolthole when transiting through Chennai, a haven of tranquility just five minutes from the airport. Gym, pool, gardens and spa all beautifully maintained and richly decorated with marble, giving a sense of class and quality. Good food and service.

Barefoot at Havelock

The ultimate hideaway beach experience. Cut off from the world and located beside arguably the best beach in Asia. Thatched and hardwood cottages, villas in simple, no-frills style but with essential mod cons like air con, hot water and decent beds.

Rambagh Palace

This jewel in the Taj’s crown offers 78 stunning grand luxury rooms and suites, once the chambers of the Maharaja. The palace retains its splendour with vintage cars, guards on horseback and exquisitely uniformed staff. Mughal gardens and exceptional cuisine.

Trident Agra

A little island of cleanliness and calm in the middle of the Taj Mahal mayhem. With this chain, you can be sure of excellent service, flawlessly clean rooms and a tickbox list of facilities. Lacking a little character, perhaps, but excellent value for money.

Oberoi Amarvilas

A view with a room: the whole orientation of the Oberoi Amarvilas is towards the Taj Mahal, which is visible from much of the lobby and bar area. Rooms are exquisitely appointed. Superb pool area is a sunken step well. Two brilliant restaurants.

Khem Villas

Created using locally sourced materials and perfect for those looking for tranquility with bucketloads of charm. Range of accommodation from simple but elegant tents to spacious cottages. Only vegetarian food is served, out of respect for the abundant surrounding wildlife.

Sher Bagh

Spellbinding tented camp on the Ranthambore national park with magic in the air. 1920s style runs throughout this luxury camp and its 12 tents, with cane furniture, pith helmets and plenty of reminders about the feline celebrities who roam beyond the camp boundary.

Aman-i-Khas

Sublime tented accommodation in the heart of tiger territory. The soaring 6m canopies are divided to create rooms within your suite, which comes with its own batman. Enjoy convivial dining before retiring to the firepit to exchange stories of the bush.

Umaid Bhawan

The live-in residence of the Maharaja of Jodhpur, Umaid Bhawan is an Art Deco masterpiece only marginally smaller than Buckingham Palace. You’ll be treated like a member of the Maharaja’s family. Sumptuous rooms with views over manicured gardens and courtyards.

RAAS Jodhpur

Hip Maharaja living at its best, with incredible view towards Mehrangarh Fort. An 18m infinity pool lined with muslin-draped cabanas. The ILA spa is a fast track to heaven, while the cuisine is brilliant. Luxury rooms are perfectly formed envelopes of bliss.

RAAS Devigarh

One of the most stunning hotels in Rajasthan, a fairytale castle perched high on a rock, RAAS Devigarh overlooks green countryside and exudes exclusivity and privacy. Elegant contemporary interiors. Pool, gardens, renowned ILA spa and excellent dining.

Amet Haveli

With only 20 rooms, the Amet Haveli is a treasure trove of history dating back to 1752 set in a perfect location on Lake Pichola. Rooms are delightfully idiosyncratic with intricately carved windows and decorative coving. Small plunge pool and superb restaurant.

Trident Udaipur

A former hunting estate of the Maharana of Udaipur on the edge of the city, the Trident is a superb value-for-money option, ever reliable, with excellent service, good food and standards of cleanliness second to none. Brilliant location and wide-ranging facilities.

Oberoi Udaivilas

In a league of its own, the Oberoi Udaivilas is a sensational creation of Mughal style domes, charming pavilions, reflection pools and ornate fountains with views over Lake Pichola, together with opulent interiors and exquisite dining. Linger and luxuriate.

Amanbagh

An idyl fashioned in pink sandstone in the heart of rural Ajabgarh. For Aman virgins, the service will be amongst the best you have ever experienced, the rooms elegant, stripped back and distinctive, the facilities second to none and the food delicious. Sheer heaven.

Taj Lake Palace

The most iconic and romantic hotel in India. Set upon Lake Pichola, everyone from Jacqueline Kennedy to James Bond have enjoyed spectacular sunsets from its rooftop. Interiors are charming in their faded elegance. Sumptuous rooms come complete with Butlers.

The Imperial

A unique blend of Victorian, Old Colonial and Art Deco style, the iconic and historic Imperial is seriously good. Beyond the turbaned, mustachioed doormen, elegant interiors are adorned with fine art. Great rooms compiled with delicious understated elegance.

The Lodhi

Super hip, refined, elegant and contemporary, The Lodhi oozes luxury. There’s an art gallery, a library and cigar room, a spectacular sunken pool, a vast gym and health club. The restaurants are truly superb and the rooms simply the best in Delhi.

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Thoughts on a postcard

The colours, smells, culture and people are intoxicating. We are cocooned in luxury when in our hotels, when at the magnificent cultural sites, we are overawed, and when in the hustle and bustle, we haggle like the locals.

Thoughts on a postcard

The colours, smells, culture and people are intoxicating. We are cocooned in luxury when in our hotels, when at the magnificent cultural sites, we are overawed, and when in the hustle and bustle, we haggle like the locals.