Welcome to the mesmerising beauty of the Indian subcontinent. Combining the cultural splendours of India with the snow covered Himalayan peaks of Nepal, the serenity of Bhutan, green tea estates of Sri Lanka and the turquoise beaches of Maldives, the Indian sub continent treasures it all.
When travelling to India, it is worth taking a short trip to a neighbouring country, to enhance your experience. You will notice a striking similarity, yet subtle differences in the people, food, culture, religion and lifestyle in the entire subcontinent. It is in these differences that we celebrate the ‘unity in diversity’ of the Indian subcontinent.
India is a medley of fascinating colours and cultures, an historical legacy, a canvas of architectural masterpieces, and an extravagant exuberance of royal splendour. This land of sages and ancient legends is home to the eternal symbol of love – the Taj Mahal, magnificent forts and palaces of Rajasthan, emerald beaches of Goa and Kerala, ancient caves of Ajanta and Ellora and the Golden Temple of Amritsar.
Crowned by Himalayas in the north and surrounded by oceans in the south, India offers a platter full of variety, packed in one country. Ranging from walking trails through Himalayan villages, to desert camps in the sand dunes, tribal and rural experiences, modern metropolitan cities, wildlife parks, serene backwaters, luxury trains, river cruises and adventure tours, the choice is only limited by your imagination!
Agra, Amritsar, Aurangabad, Bikaner, Chandigarh, Delhi, Dharamshala, Ellora Caves, Goa, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Khajuraho, Kochi, Kolkata, Kovalam, Kumarakom, Little Rann of Kutch, Mandawa, Modhera, Mumbai, Mysore, Ooty, Palitana, Patan, Ratnagiri, Sasan, Gir, Shimla, Somnath, Udaipur, Vadodara, Varanasi
Kingdom of Nepal
The Kingdom of Nepal is an extravaganza of culture, heritage and natural Himalayan beauty. Despite being a small country, Nepal offers a variety of experiences such as trekking in the hilly terrains of Himalayan ranges, walking around villages and small towns and mixing with the tribes of the region, boating in serene lakes, visiting Hindu and Buddhist temples, experiencing an elephant back safari and enjoying scenic flights over Mount Everest.
Chitwan National Park, Kathmandu, Nagarkot, Pokhara
Bhutan: The Dragon Kingdom
Bhutan, the serene mountain kingdom, untouched by modernity, still retains its old world charm. Opened to tourists in 1974, Bhutan is an ancient land, rich in Buddhist culture, where Buddhism overpowers every aspect of routine life, art and traditions. Dotted with ancient monasteries, temples and stupas, Bhutan lies in the ranges of eastern Himalayas bordered by Tibet on the north and India on the south.
Bhumthang, Paro, Punakha, Thimphu, Trongsa
Sri Lanka, the tea country island, is rich in cultural, archaeological and natural treasures. Offering ample of colonial history, Sri Lanka is a land of diversity with its towering Buddhas, ancient cities and towns, green carpeted hill resorts, national wildlife parks, tea plantations, scenic golf courses and beautiful beaches.
Colombo, Dambulla , Galle, Kandy National Parks, Nuwara Eliya, Polonnaruwa, Sigiriya
Maldives are a cluster of 1,190 emerald islands with dazzling green centre of palm trees fringed with white sand and bordered by the clear turquoise Indian Ocean. A paradise for sun lovers, snorkellers and divers, Maldives is a perfect destination for a romantic getaway, honeymoon or a tranquil relaxing holiday. The airport, Male, is located centrally between the islands, and a speed boat or sea plane is used for airport to hotel transfers. The Maldives feature a variety of resorts, each resort located on its own little island, with its own unique charm. Accommodation ranges from individual cottages to over water villas.