“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. …”
A Note from ATI
This review is taken from Google Review. Anna was introduced to us by Brownyn. and they were on our 2018 ‘Threads of Tradition’, textiles tour of India.
Our textiles tour of India is drawing a lot of international interest. Find out more about the upcoming tours. https://atitravel.nz/tours/packaged-tours/threads-of-tradition/
I travelled with ATI across the north of India in late 2018. 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.
The food and varied accommodations were excellent. Joji, ATI’s owner, led the tour and his genuine care for his clients, as well as his deep knowledge of and love for India’s cultures, arts, food and people, were always evident.
While the itinerary was carefully planned, flexibility was part of its fabric, so we enjoyed several serendipitous adventures and meetings, which were really enriching. I would say that ATI’s tours are designed for the curious and culturally sensitive, and its itineraries take you off the heavily beaten tourist oaths and much further into the heart of India.
Now that it’s tours are starting up again after the Covid hiatus, I am planning my next trip with the ATI crew as I cannot think of a better way of seeing India again.
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