- Health and Wealth in Cambodia
- Our Borneo Adventure – by Jonathan, Ruth, and Jaqui Elliott
- India Inspirations …
- Spiritual India
- Japan – a country for all seasons
- Japan – Zipangu – The Land of Gold
- Korea – Unkovered!
- Fabulous Stopovers … or short breaks in their own right – Dubai & Singaporean Delights!
- Bali Hai! An Island of Enchantment and Romance?
- The Sultanate of Brunei
- Kerala – a cultural paradise! (video clip)
- Malaysian Memories
- A Malaysian Interlude
- Malaysia – a trip to fill up your senses
- Mingalabar Myanmar! (video clip)
- Happy Year of the Dog
- Sri Lanka …. the teardrop of India (video clip)
- Jai Ho! India (video clip)
- A Journey through Thailand
- Cambodia – a Khmer Civilisation (video clip)
- Surprising Vietnam
The Golden Triangle
Highlights: Delhi – Agra – Jaipur
We welcome you to Incredible India, where culture echoes, tradition speaks, beauty enthrals and diversity delights. Extremely popular with first time visitors, this introductory tour, The Golden Triangle of India (Delhi-Jaipur-Agra) has made a firm footing on the tourist map. The harmonious amalgamation of the country’s capital with its entire historic splendour, the soft romanticism that can be felt as the amazing Taj Mahal in Agra and the fierce magnificence of Jaipur – the princely state capital, which was painted pink (the traditional colour of welcome) in honour of the visit of Prince Wales in 1876.
Highlights of the Tour:
* Cycle rickshaw ride in Delhi in Chandani Chowak: Colorful bazars
* Visit Taj Mahal by sunrise: One of the Wonders of the World
* Jaipur the Pink City: Visit the colorful bazars, city palace and magnificent Amber fort
Glimpses of Kerala
Highlights: Cochin – Munnar – Periyar – Kumarakom – Kovalam
This popular tour combines the best of the beautiful state of Kerala, with its history, culture, tranquil backwaters, verdant hill country, lush plantations, beaches and wildlife. The tour highlight Kerala’s most popular tourist circuit including a houseboat experience.
Highlights of the Tour:
*Visit one of the oldest Jewish synagogue
*One evening witness the Kathkali dance show, which is a pantomime dance of Kerala with artists wearing colorful costumes and masks and gaudy make up
*Visit the finest tea plantations in Munnar
*Boat safari in Lake Periyar to see the Wild Elephants
*Beach stay at one of the finest beaches in Kerala
Call of the Wild
Highlights: Delhi – Bandhavgarh
Set amidst the Vindhyan ranges and the eastern flank of Satpura hill range Bandhavgarh N.P. is one of the best places to see Indian wildlife. The Reserve, named after its highest hill Bandhavgarh (807m.) at its centre, was the former hunting reserve of the Maharaja of Rewa. With less undergrowth than normal, the reserve offers better sightings of wildlife, most notably mammals, including the daylight sightings of Tigers in the grassy ‘maidans’. Don’t forget your camera!
Highlights of the Tour:
* Unique experience of travelling by train in India
* See the Majestic Tigers in their natural habitat
Kerala – Spices, Backwaters and Beach
Highlights: Cochin – Thekkady – Periyar – Kumarakom – Alleppey – Kovalam
North India – Glimpses of Taj, Raj, Sacred Amritsar to Golden Triangle Highlights: Delhi – Agra – Jaipur – Amritsar – Shimla
Leaving Delhi, you will journey to Agra and its impressive fort. Highlight is Taj Mahal – a monument of love in the world. You will see the sacred city of the Punjab with its spectacular Golden Temple built between 1589 and 1601 and is a superb synthesis of the Islamic and Hindu styles of architecture. The extraordinary building is fashioned from marble, mirror work and gold, which is beautifully reflected in a stunning expanse of water and best seen in the early morning light. This tour takes you to the beautiful hill state of Himachal Pradesh to experience the gracious living in a palace and country manor. In 1903, the Kalka-Shimla railway started making the hitherto arduous journey up much simpler and even today the quaint toy train chugs up steep hill slopes carrying eager tourists.
India’s Tropical Islands
Lakshaweep and Andaman are part of India and offer simple eco-friendly accommodation Robinson Crusoe style. Andaman are some 500 islands about 1,000kms off the East Coast, while Lakshadweep is off the coast of Kerala on India’s west coast. Remote and almost uninhabited these are great for diving, snorkelling, kayaking and watersports.
The Palace on Wheels
A journey through Rajastan presenting you with a fresh destination every day!
Highlights of Tour:
*Elephant ride at Jaipur
*Camel ride at Jaisalmer
*Boat ride to Lake Pichola at Udaipur
*Canter drive in the Park at Ranthambore
*Rickshaw ride at Bharatpur
Give us a call – we can plan your trip to India from north to south, east to west, with our personal experience and recommendations