Historical Tours to India
All of our forthcoming Scheduled Tours to India are listed below.
The 28 year old Colonel Arthur Wellesley left England in command of the 33rd Foot and arrived in India in 1797. He swiftly established his innate ability and campaigned in the Mysore and Mahratta Wars, returning to England as a major general eight years late. find out more and book
For a time British power in India – the jewel in the British Empire crown - hung by a thread. With so much at stake on both sides, it was a near run thing, with bravery and treachery in equal measure, and larger-than-life characters on each side. find out more and book
An in-depth exploration of the desperate fighting in and around Imphal and Kohima between the British 14th Army and the Japanese 15th Army which concludes with a tour of colonial Calcutta. Optional extensions to Ledo and Plassey. find out more and book
In 1842 the disastrous and humiliating campaign in which the British “were thrashed out of Afghanistan” ended, but it had severely damaged their reputation for invincibility in India and beyond. find out more and book
Tours to India - Future Planning
We intend to run all of the following tours in the near future. Final dates and prices are yet to be confirmed. Register your interest and we will contact you as soon as these tours become available.