Mix Ultra-Luxe and Adventure to Celebrate Holi in India with Remote Lands

17 January 2019
Call us Toll Free: +1-888-828-5438 View in your browser. Mix Ultra-Luxe and Adventure
to Celebrate Holi in India
With India’s most colorful Holi-day just months away, luxury travelers should start shopping now if they want the very best the subcontinent has to offer. From the capital in New Delhi to the home of Bollywood in Mumbai and from up-and-coming destinations like Hampi to longtime luxury mainstays like Jaipur in Rajasthan, discerning travelers who want to make the most of their Holi 2019 experience should prepare for the very best with Remote Lands. Get ready to get peppered with color, overwhelmed with culture, and pampered to your heart’s content in Asia’s most exciting destination. Holi only lasts from March 20 to 21. How will you spend the rest of your adventure?

Call us on +1 888 828 5438 or email [email protected] to create your own adventure.  Our Favourite India Itineraries EXCLUSIVE NORTH INDIA: MUMBAI TO VARANASI BY PRIVATE JET Via private jet travelers will embark on a 14-day journey through some of India’s most vibrant, colorful cities and parks to kick off Holi. Visitors will start off in the lively home of Bollywood, Mumbai, and then explore the majestic palaces of Udaipur in Rajasthan. The convenience of a private jet will also allow for stays in Jodhpur, Jaipur, Ranthambhore, Agra, and Varanasi. Travelers can choose from the best hotels in India, including Oberoi, Aman, and Taj hotels. Guests explore India’s north on a Citation or King Air, switching at one point for a Pilatus PC12 helicopter, for an exciting way to see Ranthambhore flyby. READ MORE > INDIA IN STYLE WITH REMOTE LANDS & OBEROI HOTELS What could be better for one of the biggest holidays of the year than to hopscotch around the continent with stays in Oberoi hotels. The trip begins in Delhi, where Holi can be a noisy grab bag of adventures, where travelers will continue on to see stunning architecture of the mosques, palaces, and forts from Jaipur to Mumbai. Guests will find India’s rich flora and fauna with game drives on the trail of bengal tigers through beautiful scenery. The trip ends in the colorful Mumbai for a stay at the ultra-luxe Oberoi Mumbai. READ MORE > SOUTH INDIA CULTURAL HIGHLIGHTS

From Mumbai, travelers move onto Hampi on this 14-day adventure. Hampi is coming up in the world as a cultural destination and in no small part because of the new air links bringing that city to the forefront for cultural travelers. It also happens to be one of the best places in India to experience Holi. Travelers will also take in Bangalore, Mahabalipuram, Pondicherry, Karakkudi, and Madurai. It is a whirlwind of ruins, food, and markets and architecture stopping at the nation’s plushest hotels.


Combining the Holi hotspots of Delhi and Jaipur and half a dozen more, this private jet expedition leads travelers to the wonders of Agra, Ranthambhore, and Alwar. Travelers will shop in crowded bazaars, learn about Eastern religions, catch glimpses of rare species, and explore ghost towns on this exciting 10-day itinerary through some of India’s most popular and memorable destinations. At night, guests sleep like a Maharaja in the country’s finest hotels and dine on fresh regional delicacies. Traveling by private plane allows jetsetters to avoid the normal pains of flying, and see so much of India without any hassle, immersed in the colorful sights and sounds of incredible India.

READ MORE >   Hotels 3 ROYALLY LUXURIOUS PALACES YOU CAN STAY AT IN INDIA There are hotels that say they are palaces, and then there are actual palaces; a lot of countries around Asia have deep, abiding histories, but India is one of the few where you can sleep in it. From ancient rulers’ homes in Jaipur to 32 acres of 5-star elegance in Hyderabad, some hotels have experiences that usurp luxury and go all the way to regal. READ MORE > Architecture ORCHHA: LIFE IN THE FORGOTTEN KINGDOM “When Generosity and Greed set out to visit [Orccha], they saw a huge array of forts, towns, and villages – how could I possibly recount all their names.” These words were written by scholar and poet Keshavdas in the 16th century, a time of the great Rudra Pratap Singh, King of Orchha. The economic and political majesty are now gone. What remains is a forgotten medieval capital in the heart of India’s Madhya Pradesh. A small town, scattered chhatris, and a towering fortress complex are Orchha’s legacy. It is in that hollow reverence that Orchha is so unique. As Keshavdas said of a lake, “It is marvelous, clear, vast, and profound in its depths.” READ MORE > Hiking TAWANG: MONKS, MONASTERIES, AND MIGHTY MOUNTAINS IN ARUNACHAL PRADESH

Some 1,000 kilometers from the famed Taj Mahal and the cities of Rajasthan and bustle of Delhi, exists an Indian state few know well. Arunachal Pradesh is home to some of India’s highest mountains, a huge range of tribal cultures, and a variety of religious practices. You’ll find few saris, Ganesh statues, or chapatis here, but instead a different kind of India. Nestled in a corner of Arunachal is Tawang. Not only does it take two days to drive here from Gauhati, the nearest airport, but in order to reach Tawang, you have to cross the Sela Pass at 4,170 meters, one of the highest roads in the world.

READ MORE > Hotels STAYING IN STYLE IN MADHYA PRADESH The heart of the subcontinent, veteran travelers to India find solace in the natural wonders and abiding history of Madhya Pradesh. In these surroundings of swamps, forests, and mountains are some of the finest accommodations in the whole of India, led mainly by the famous Taj brand. Pressed up against national parks and with glamping in safari surroundings, the Madhya Pradesh of modern day caters to the luxury traveler with top-notch service and unique travel experiences found nowhere else in India. READ MORE >   #TakeMeToRemoteLands AS RECENTLY FEATURED IN • The Wall Street Journal • Town & Country • Departures • Travel + Leisure • Forbes • Condé Nast Traveler • BusinessWeek • National Geographic Traveler • Palm Beach Post • Chicago Tribune • Financial Times • BBC • Fox Business News • The New York Times REMOTE LANDS, INC.
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