One destination, multiple possibilities. Travel to India by a theme or a destination, to learn or simply create a personalized mixed bag for yourself.
Why Eyes on India?
We offer an experience of a lifetime
Walk through plantations, pick your own vegetables, and dine with a local family. Sit in a village overlooking the Taj Mahal and listen to stories from a villager. Learn cooking but not on a chef’s table but in the kitchen of a local family
You design your dream itineraries and we just help you realize your dreams. It might be a leisurely vacation or one dedicated to learning. You choose what to do, and we assist you in planning the ideal vacation.
Carole Herdegen has traveled extensively to more than 65 countries and across 7 continents. This team has been crafting experiences for the past four decades and are read to serve you.
Traveler of the Month
From the land where Buddhism was born, to the land where Buddhism is a lifestyle. From the laps of the mighty Himalayas to the Kingdom of Happiness. Through this journey from Nepal to Bhutan, they witnessed the various facades of Buddhism in these regions.
They visited Kathmandu’s best-loved temple, Swayambhunath (or the Monkey Temple) that survived the 2015 earthquake. The following morning they flew to Bhutan and visit Drugyel Dzong, the dzong built to man the route to Tibet and also, one of its oldest Buddhist temple, Kyichu Lhakhang, near Paro. During their stay in Paro, they also drove to the Taktsang Monastery, a sacred Buddhist temple located on the cliffside of the upper Paro valley, before heading to Thimphu. While in Thimphu, they explored Bhutan’s capital city, saw the local handicrafts, witnessed the Thimphu and Wangdi Tsechu and explored the scenic town of Punakha. And on the final day of the journey, they even tried their hands at golf in Phuntsholing.Explore More
Gary and I very much enjoyed our India Adventure with Indebo. I will highly recommend your services if anyone I know is planning a trip to India. I also forgot to mention the Indebo rep we met at the Trident in Jaipur. His name is Pankaj. He is a young man who is a good rep of Indebo. When he found out we were unhappy with our first guide in Jaipur, he managed to get the guide changed for the next day. He wanted to talk to us about it, in person, and was truly concerned. Kudos to this young man. HIs English is excellent, a big plus for us.Jacki Fullerton
When my wife, Joy and I decided to travel to India and Nepal we decided to use Indebo based on recommendations I read in various publications including International Travel News. On the morning that we were supposed to fly to Kathmandu, Nepal, we were informed that the airport was closed! I spoke with our Indebo contact, Arundhati, who offered with various options.Irwin Schatzman
After all this I would suggest to you, if you are planning a trip to India I would go to the Indebo website first and see what they have to offer before you consider anyone else.
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