India & Beyond
India & Beyond
The Indian sub-continent with its kaleidoscope of faiths and peoples is an intricate tapestry of contrasts that make it consistently colourful and full of character.
In India you can enjoy diverse experiences from the snow-capped Himalaya to the arid deserts of Rajasthan, from cities teeming with bazaars to the laidback tropics of the south. Further afield go in search of tiger in the National Parks or explore North East India and discover hidden valleys and indigenous tribes.
Trek the magical Himalayas in Nepal. Sri Lanka is the land of smiles and hospitality – the natural friendliness of the Sinhalese will undoubtedly make your holiday there very special. The wildlife is striking from jungle birds with remarkable colouring to Yala National Park famed for its leopard. It is also extremely good value. The unique way of life and timeless traditions of the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan are virtually untouched by the influences of the 21st Century . Experience the ribald laughter and colour of tsechus (festivals) and the welcome and generosity of its peoples.
Our experts all have first-hand experience of the countries of the Indian sub-continent and will take great pride in working with you to design the perfect holiday for you in this fascinating part of the world.
Not so much a country as a continent, India is an assault on the senses: spices, colours, palaces, temples, bustle and a magic hard to articulate. India is the sort of place you dream of visiting but with only limited time, where do you start?
With a sophisticated and well preserved culture, the Kingdom of Bhutan has a draw like few others. Images of a country can often mislead – glamorous films, angled photography or old pictures. Bhutan, however, doesn’t disappoint.
Magnificent, verdant and often overlooked, Sri Lanka takes shelter just to the South-East of India and its relationship with its neighbours in Tamil Nadu is well documented.
The remote mountain Kingdom of Nepal contains more of the world's highest mountains than any other country and is dominated by the soaring snow-covered peaks of the Himalayas.
Seated on a plateau at an altitude of more than 4,000 metres, Tibet is quite befittingly called the Roof of the World. It is also home to other impressive superlatives, such as the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest and deepest canyon, the Yarlung Zangbo Canyon.