Silver Travel Advisor Partner - Simply India Holidays by Somak

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Simply India Holidays is a brand of Somak Holidays, the award-winning tour operator with almost 50 years experience in organising holidays to Africa and far beyond. We offer a comprehensive range of tailor-made tours to India, incorporating a wide selection of holidays covering all of the exciting and colourful destinations that majestic India has to offer, not just the Golden Triangle.

If you’re in search of culture, there are plenty of tours from Simply India Holidays showcasing the forts, palaces and temples, including the iconic Taj Mahal. Or you might dream of seeing tigers in their natural environment in the national park of Ranthambore. You could also watch the world drift by as you take to the railways and travel in comfort on the Palace of Wheels through the remarkable state of Rajasthan, or see the vast tea plantations of the Eastern Himalayas.

You could always combine any of these tours with a little relaxation, either on the beaches of Goa or Kerala, or for the ultimate experience, why not take advantage of the Simply India Holidays 7-night Ayurveda itinerary, which combines one of the world’s oldest holistic healing systems with the beauty and tranquillity of the wonderful wellness resort of Carnoustie.

We have built our reputation on personal service, quality hotels and outstanding value for money. As a family-owned and operated business, Simply India Holidays by Somak, along with our partners, maintains a passion, and intimate knowledge of India, that has helped form our renowned customer service, and speciality tours and packages. So whatever you may be looking for in India, our friendly and knowledgeable team can tailor-make the perfect trip for you.

Take a look at our India brochure for a taste of what’s available.

You may also be interested in Somak’s Africa holidays.

Helen Jackson travels around India

Chapter 1: Delhi
Chapter 2: Pur-ring through Rajasthan
Chapter 3: Tiger spotting in Madhya Pradesh
Chapter 4: Cruising & chilling in southern India