Bespoke travel for you through India, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
We make your personal wish list come true by sharing our decades of acquiring deep knowledge and experience.
Quo Vadis means 'Where are you going?' and also 'What plan or ideas do you have'?
It explains what we do.
We ask you about your dreams and interests.
We ask how you want to travel, what experiences you seek.
We listen to you. We plan with you.
Then we create and book the best possible itinerary, just for you.
When you come to India our team meticulously services your every need.
The Quo Vadis Team
Our team in Delhi is led by Reet, Harpreet and Raman. We work with local agents, guides and specialists across India and its surrounding countries, and with specialists around the world. Louise is our global consultant, Sarah represents us in the UK.
Why choose Quo Vadis?
… Because we create bespoke itineraries just for you
Our itineraries are tailor-made for you. Each person has a different dream. For us to fulfil that dream,
every itinerary must be distinct.We pride ourselves in our ability to listen to and understand our clients’ wish-lists, preferences, needs and anxieties...
… Because our knowledge is comprehensive and up-to-date
This means you enjoy some special places and experiences which may not be known to many
people; it also means you should not arrive at a site to find it closed! We work to special interests -
birding, palace experiences, textiles, food, wellness retreats...
… Because for practicalities we aim to exceed your expectations
Our reputation for meticulous planning, flexibility and attention to detail is renowned. Before your
departure, we supply comprehensive pre-tour practical advice and tips. During your journey, we give you our collective expertise, exercised with...
…. Because our portfolio of contacts is like no other
We know that meeting with a local person who shares your particular interest or career skills can be a
highlight of your trip, deepening your understanding and perhaps leading to a longer friendship or
even creative partnership.
Thanks to our team’s decades...
Map of the Indian Subcontinent
Take a look at this map. India is very big!
For thousands of year traders and travellers have landed their boats along its 7,516km of coastline and crossed the great Himalaya region to and from Central Asia and China. Locals and visitors have travelled up and down its great rivers, dodged monsoon rains, braved desert heat, and visited cities of legendary wealth.
India's mass is 3,287,263 sq km, making it the seventh largest country in the world. North to south is a long 3,214km, east to west is a wide 2,933km. Its latitude spans an impressive 8 to 37 degrees north of the equator, its longitude is 68 to 97 degrees east of the prime meridian. Fortunately, it has just one time zone!
When you plan your visit, selection is the hardest part.
Trips and ideas
Selection is everything. India has…… Palaces galore - and plenty to stay in. Astonishing craftspeople and textiles. Ancient philosophies. Colourful markets. Cuisines for every area. Unimaginable riches in buildings and stone sculpture. A landscape including the Himalaya, the Ganga and other great rivers, deserts and forest, with more biodiversity hotspots than most countries. It has order, chaos, a cacophony of noise. Yet you can also find serenity.
The mantra for a rewarding itinerary: less is more - find an area or two that attract you, focus on those, give yourself downtime. Here is a springboard of ideas. The map should be useful, and our team is ready to discuss whatever you have in mind, and help you make choices that work for you. Nothing it too outlandish, too off-beat, too difficult for us!
Rajasthan and the Taj Mahal,
Stay in magnificent former palaces and aristocrats' havelis (courtyard house), wander dazzlingly colourful markets, ride an elephant or a camel, clamber around painted forts, see village life, shop for extravagantly embroidered and block-printed textiles. Use Jaipur, Udaipur and Jodhpur as springboards for exploring deeply.
Perhaps add a dash of Mumbai dynamism. Or classic Agra with its Taj Mahal, ending at the nation's sprawling ancient capital, Delhi.
Be there for Diwali or Holi festivals.
Go deeper: Add Nagaur, Bikaner, Bundi or Orchha; visit tip-top Ajanta and Ellora on your way to Mumbai.
We do not solicit feedback from our clients, but we always welcome their accounts of the good, the inspiring and, of course, their remarks on where we could improve. We share this with the team that serviced them.
'Each month I explore one tiny corner of India that I’ve visited and enjoyed. I’m seeking different kinds of all-round relaxation. Everyone has their own idea of this, I call it wellness. For some it is walking forested hills, for others may be seaside cooking, city-centre art and music or lakeside peace. Still others seek total indulgence in a deluxe hotel with spa, yoga and signature restaurant.
Choosing my spot and my hotel - always somewhere I would like to hang out myself - I share with you what draws me there.
Please enjoy reading them. I hope they inspire ideas for your own visit. Whatever you seek, India probably has it!'
Get in touch!
Quo Vadis Travels Pvt Ltd
1101 Vatika Professional Point
Golf Course Extension Road
Sector 66, Gurgaon, Delhi NCR, India
Office hours: Monday - Friday, 9am to 6pm
Please know: Indian time is 5.5hrs ahead of UK GMT, 10.5hrs ahead of US EST
Reet Hazarika, Founder and CEO
Mobile/cell, India: +91 98104 25252
Harpreet Singh, Head of Operations
Mobile/cell, India: +91 98993 55501
Raman Lamba, Tour Consultant
Mobile/cell, India: + 91 9818800586
Louise Nicholson, Global Consultant
Mobile/cell, UK: +44 7497 866564
Sarah Mahaffy, UK Consultant
Mobile/cell, UK: +44 7770 385675