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North Kerala Food Tour
5th to 16th Feb 2024
Limited to Max 7 Guests
Central Kerala Food Tour
9th to 20th Feb 2024
Limited to Max 7 Guests.
Tamil Nadu Food Tour
20th Feb to 2nd Mar 2024
Limited to Max 7 Guests
Let us take you on an intriguing adventure, and make memories that last a lifetime
Are you planning a long-awaited holiday? Or the trip of a lifetime? Perhaps you’re still seeking inspiration, or you know what you want but you’re unsure where to start?
We’re here to help make your travel dreams a reality. We offer small group tours, themed trips, and cusomised itineraries for individual travel to exotic locations around India, Bhutan, Sri Lanka & Cambodia
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Our Tour Types
Small groups of max. 10 guests, and guaranteed tour with min 6 guests
Tailor made Tours
Completely customised travel itinerary based on your preferences and needs
24/7 phone and email support during your trip
Private air-conditioned vehicle with a dedicated English-speaking driver
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Why travel with us
This was my fifth visit to India and I would have to say surpassed all my expectations. I came upon ATI Travel by pure chance while searching the internet for small group textile tours. I knew immediately…
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In a one-hour presentation, three designers were featured, discussing the struggles that artisans have faced during the pandemic. They also highlighted how some of their innovative ideas, developed during this challenging period, have helped them succeed in the post-pandemic environment.
Embark on a 24-day journey to the heart of India’s rich textiles heritage. Engage with skilled artisans & their communities & experience India’s rich heritage, customs, artistry & traditions.
Shani Pillai and Joji Jacob share a passion for textiles and the associated crafts of weaving, dyeing, embroidery, bead work and needlepoint, and the Friends of Te Papa were privileged to be given an in-depth tour of an amazing, colourful collection, beautifully displayed in the Thistle Hall, Cuba Street.
The principal focus was traditional textile arts, but there was a marvellous balance of exposure to other arts and traditional crafts, music, design and architecture.
Yes – Joji and his AIT did an outstanding job of scheduling a wide range of interests and priorities, making sure that all arrangements were met – not once were we kept waiting, checking on progress and our well-being and when Cyclone Bulbul hit the Sundarbans making sure we were safe and had alternate accommodation and activities.
My camera and I are truly grateful to the company “All Things Intriguing” to Joji and Shani and their team in India for the trojan work they put into making this trip the full experience it was for me.