Small Group Size. Big Adventure.

We are India Travel Adventure- passionate about a country, a culture and the idea of mindfulness.




Atypical (āˈtipək(ə)l)

Definition: Not like the usual or normal type; not representative of its typical group or class.

Synonyms: unusual, uncommon, unconventional, unorthodox, exceptional, unique, rare, out of the ordinary, extraordinary.



We approach things a little differently here at India Travel Adventure. You could say, we’re atypical. Instead of trying to be the be-all-end-all, we focus on what we do best — building awesome, affordable trips while providing you with the epic travel experience that you are seeking. We don’t try to reinvent the wheel or pretend to be something that we are not. Instead, we have partnered with a close network of friends who happen to be locals and who provide excellent up to date information on the best places to stay, play and visit during our travels. Whatever your travel needs, we’re here to help find the right trip for you.


How We Started

My name is Kim Nellans, creator of India Travel Adventure, based out of Los Angeles, CaliforniaMy passion for world travel & eastern philosophy and spirituality is at the heart of every trip that India Travel Adventure offers. As an experienced solo adventure traveller, I believe that an authentic travel experience is not just about ‘seeing the sites’. More importantly, building connections with the people who you are traveling with and the people along the way is what it is all about. We are all interconnected in this crazy and turned around world. Your trip doesn’t need to be a confusing or costly venture and it’s for that reason that India Travel Adventure was created. We started with one simple goal: to offer exceptionally designed travel experiences that are affordable and accessible to everyone.


Kim Nellans is a world citizen and an adventure traveller. With 20+ years experience in people management and team building, she has a knack for working one-on-one with individuals in a mentorship role. As a Vipassana meditator, travel photographer, and avid outdoor enthusiast she finds ‘the present’ as the best place to spend her time. Kim is a bit old school- she loves to read books with real pages and ski oceans of powder on two planks when not chasing the sun somewhere. Holding a degree in Eco-Adventure and Travel Tourism with a minor in Social Documentary Photography from Prescott College in Arizona has allowed Kim to learn lots of stuff about what she likes to do most, namely travel and take photos. More importantly, Kim is a trained and certified Outdoor Educator through National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) and holds a current Wilderness First Responder certification (WFR).  And when she is  not lost in adventure somewhere in India, you will find her leading hikes locally with her othr company,


Traditional India Travel Tours Do Not Compare.