Explore our selection of trips to India and embark on a journey to reconnect with your roots and explore your cultural heritage.


Shared Journeys. Personal Discoveries. Expertly Managed.

Over the last 30+ years, we've witnessed the transformative power of group travel for adoptees and their loved ones.  

Supported by our dedicated Ties staff before, during, and after travel, we take pride in crafting opportunities that allow you to reconnect with people and places important to you, while connecting with a community who share similar life experiences. Join us and discover the power of heritage travel!

India Ties - Flagship

December 28, 2024 - January 9, 2025

12 Days

Visit Delhi and Agra's Top Destinations

Reconnect with People and Places

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India Ties - LITE

December 28, 2024 - January 6, 2025

9 Days

Visit Delhi's  Top Destinations

Reconnect with People and Places

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Day 1 - Arrive in Delhi

Day 2 - Orientation and Explore Delhi

Day 3 - Salaam Baalk Trust, Explore Old Delhi, Indian Home Visit, and celebrate New Year's Eve in India!

Day 4 - Family Based Care at Ummid Ki Udan (pending approval) & SOS Children's Village

Day 5-6 - Depart and Explore Individual State City Visits

Day 7 - Return to Delhi 

Day 8 - Travel to Agra and Visit Agra Fort - LITE Families Depart to Delhi

Day 9 - Visit the Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri, and the City of Jaipur - LITE Families Enjoy A Free Day in Delhi and Depart Home

Day 10 - Tour City Palace and Ram Niwas Gardens

Day 11 - School Visit and Return to Delhi

Day 12 - Free Time, Farewell Lunch, and The Journey Home and Beyond


Tanya Kaanta

Tanya is a Korean adoptee and former academic. She has a Ph.D. in Sociology and an M.S. in Student Affairs in Higher Education with a focus on intercountry adoption, identity formation, emotion work, advocacy, and agency. Prior to Ties, she worked 20 years in higher education supporting students, teaching sociology, and conducting evaluation research. She has spoken at multiple Heritage Camps and first started working with Ties as adjunct staff for Kazakhstan in 2019, where she loved connecting with both adoptees and parents. Along with her husband and teenage daughter, she currently splits her time between Colorado and living abroad, while their son attends college in Colorado.  In her free time you can find her walking along the ocean or reading romance novels.

Please note: Tanya may not travel on every trip.

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