‘Treasures of India’ odyssey
19 January – 6th Feb 2020
Join acclaimed Australian author, journalist, former diplomat and foreign correspondent to India John Zubrzycki on this specially curated 19-day luxury journey across the Subcontinent.
Nomads Secrets in conjunction with Bookoccino will be travelling to India and the dazzling JAIPUR LITERATURE FESTIVAL, the centrepiece of an opulent Indian odyssey. It will be led by noted author and historian John Zubrzycki (Empire of Enchantment, Jadoowallahs, Jugglers and Jinns, The Mysterious Mr Jacob and The Last Nizam). We will take you through the bazaars and palaces of Kolkata, Jaipur and Hyderabad, visit Ridyard Kipling’s birthplace of Mumbai and get a taste of The Jungle Book at the exclusive Sujan Jawai Leopard sanctuary in Rajasthan. The tour includes VIP entry to the Jaipur Literature Festival, the world’s largest, where you will meet writers from around the world and accompany them to the glamorous receptions, concerts and artistic events that are an integral part of this five-day cultural celebration.
Join world renowned authors on one-of-a-kind
luxury small group tours (limited to 16 travellers).
A private evening with William Dalrymple
added to the tour
We are excited to announce a very special addition to the Treasures of India tour, hosted by author John Zubrzycki.
Internationally renowned author and historian William Dalrymple will be joining our group at the Jawai Leopard Camp. It is an opportunity, over drinks and dinner, to meet one of the world’s foremost authorities on India, its culture and its history.
William will also give us a fascinating lecture on his latest book, The Anarchy, the relentless rise of the East India Company. We have the Camp on an exclusive basis so we are delighted that William has agreed to join us for what will undoubtedly be a highlight of the tour.
He has been awarded honorary doctorates of letters, from the University of St Andrews ‘for his services to literature and international relations, to broadcasting and understanding,’ from the University of Lucknow University ‘for his outstanding contribution in literature and history’, and from the University of Aberdeen ‘for his contribution to the writing of the history of India.’