Slow Travel in The Indian Subcontinent
Slow Travel in The Indian Subcontinent
Slow Travel in The Indian Subcontinent
Slow Travel in The Indian Subcontinent
Slow Travel in The Indian Subcontinent
Slow Travel in The Indian Subcontinent

For 12 days

Highlights for the first time visitor: Mumbai, Aurangabad, Udaipur, Jaipur, Agra and Delhi...

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  • The High Life
  • Culture and History
  • Family Holidays
  • Honeymoon Ideas

For 10 days

Highlights for the first time visitor: Chennai, Madurai, Periyar National Park, Kumarakom Backwaters, Kochi ......

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  • Culture and History
  • Family Holidays

For 11 days

Nepal and Bhutan: Kathmandu, Pokhara, Thimphu, Paro...

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  • The High Life
  • Culture and History
UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Taj Mahal Agra, India

Taj Mahal

A tribute from an emperor to his departed wife, the result and the experience are ethereal. Twenty two years in the making (1631-1653), it has been likened to “a poem, a vision, a wonder, a dream” and an earthly replica of paradise.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Humayun's Tomb Delhi, India

Built in the mid-16th century Humayun’s Tomb is one of the principal Mughal monuments and considered to be the forerunner of the Taj Mahal and now splendidly restored by the Aga Khan Foundation

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Qutb Minar Delhi, India

The late 12th century Qutb Minar tower is the first prominent Islamic monument in India, which was built to announce the advent of the Muslim Sultans.

Quo Vadis Travel

We are a premium travel company, specializing in bespoke private travel experiences in India, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and the Maldives that individually and together are compelling destinations for travellers.

It takes a lifetime of travel to unravel the unbounded scale and mystique of these lands. Our expertise, and devotion to quality assurance and detail, enables us to plan unusual, creative and focused tailor-made itineraries in consultation with our clients, many of whom are repeat travellers and share their valuable insights. And beyond the well known, our tours encounter the deeper and remoter realms of the Indian Subcontinent.

The team that drives Quo Vadis is representative of the land and know the back roads as well as the expressways.

And above all, we believe that every traveller and every journey are unique, and that service is the ultimate luxury.

We look forward to welcoming you to Slow Travel in the Indian Subcontinent.



Reet Hazarika
Managing Director

Trips with Louise Nicholson

Louise Nicholson

Louise Nicholson has a highly respected expertise in India’s cultures built up over 35 years of study and on-site research. Working with Quo Vadis, she leads tours and creates special tailor-made trips for individuals.

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