Brits looking for something a little different from their summer break this year may wish to consider taking an adventure holiday, a travel expert has suggested.

Brits looking for something a little different from their summer break this year may wish to consider taking an adventure holiday, a travel expert has suggested.

“A long-standing adventure travel favourite is colourful, crazy India, brimming with exotic flavours and holy cows,” said Catrionna Grant, writing for Skyscanner.

Ms Grant explained that adventure holidays to India were no longer for the young backpacker generation, now appealing to travellers of all ages.

She recommended a trip to the Red Fort – I’timad-ud-Daulah – and taking a boat ride on the Ganges River.

There is also plenty of opportunity to see wildlife after catching a cheap flight to India, on an elephant safari, visiting the tigers in Rathambore National Park or on a jungle trek in Chitwan National Park, she added.

Holidaymakers in India during July may wish to attend the celebrations of the birthday of the 14th Dalai Lama in Dharamsala on the 6th.

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