Why Us

India is the greatest show on earth. its very local and yet very global. As a DMC, its our job to make each guest stay constantly amazed and that we deliver on every front.

We believe that today's clients are like diners who are far more knowledgeable about ingredients, cooking techniques, the nuances of food. They expect the waiter to know where the chicken ran around, the bartender to describe every herb and twig that went into the cocktail. Clients want more. They want real world experiences.

We navigate the country's many paradoxes, her challenges and preconceptions... and with 23 years of experience we have the distinction of successfully marketing "Our India" and in setting standards.

India is a never ending search. Identifying great experiences and where to find them. Going beyond the conventions of today's luxury travel is what we are qualified to deliver. It could be as simple and yet important, to select the right guide for a particular city or journey... a guide that reveals a different and new side to a familiar story that one finds in travel books. Or a chauffeur who will go beyond his call of duty to explain the sights and sounds on a particular car journey. Enhancing a client's experience is what we are all about. Our service is designed to make you feel comfortable. We want our clients to know that we care about what we do.

A bit more time for a lot more discovery. Why drive when you can fly... something we are often asked. We like to encourage the idea of trying something new that would be time consuming but a day to remember can be a refreshingly different perspective on local cultures and environments.

Today's clients are like diners who are far more knowledgeable about ingredients, cooking techniques, the nuances of food. They expect the waiter to know where the chicken ran around, the bartender to describe every herb and twig that went into the cocktail. Clients want more.

At Designer Holidays, we think different. we aim to achieve what was rightfully said by the nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore... "i came to your shore as a stranger, i lived in your house as a guest, i leave the door as a friend".