The 'Golden Triangle' - Delhi, Agra and Jaipur - encompasses the perfect combination of sights for the first time visitor to India, or indeed the repeat visitor who has not had the opportunity to experience some of these incredible places.
From the vibrant port city of Cochin and the spice gardens of the highlands, to the rich wildlife parks, the picturesque backwaters and miles of sandy beaches dotted with charming fishing villages, this incredible destination has something for everyone.
This tour brings together an eclectic mix of experiences, including a bustling metropolis, ancient temples and the fabled jungles of India.
If there are two things unique to and synonymous with India, they are the stunning Taj Mahal and the most majestic of predators - the Bengal tiger.
In addition to bustling cities, colourful markets, scenic ‘hill-stations’, spectacular wildlife and sun-kissed golden beaches, southern India is famous for its impressive temples.
This journey begins in India’s vibrant capital, Delhi, with its mix of markets and ancient architecture in Old Delhi, with parks and colonial buildings, remnants of the ‘British Raj’ in New Delhi.
Barefoot at Havelook, an exclusive eco-resort in India’s secret paradise, The Andaman Islands, is surrounded by stunning beaches, verdant virgin rainforest and colourful marine life.
You will be transported from the skyscrapers and constant frenzy of India’s commercial hub, Mumbai, to the stunning, peaceful caves at Ajanta and Ellora, and on to the erstwhile grandeur of the Nizams of Hyderabad.
To travel in Myanmar is to experience a place unlike any other. Largely untouched by tourism due to years of political unrest, Myanmar is opening its doors to allow travellers an insight into this surreal, beautiful and enchanting country.
So what’s so special about Laos – it’s the people, the culture and the experiences that go beyond all expectations. Explore Laos with our Wonders of Laos tour.
Nepal occupies a truly spectacular location, with the Gauges plains to the south and the mighty Tibetan Plateau to the north, home to a rich cultural heritage, perfectly showcased in a stunning collection of palaces, monasteries and Hindu temples.
Bhutan is a land where snow-capped peaks rise from lush green forests, towering above amazing monasteries and imposing Dzongs (fortresses). Be one of the few privileged travelers to experience this unique country.
Take in the main sights of Cambodia on this short tour. Exploring Angkor Wat and witnessing the sunset will surely be a memory that will never be forgotten.
A country of extraordinary diversity, Vietnam has more distinctive experiences to offer than any other country in South East Asia.
Elephant Hills is Thailand’s first luxury jungle camp combining the camp idea of African National Parks within Thai tropical forest environment.
From the markets and monuments of bustling cities to the serenity of beautiful sacred temples, experience the best that these three magical countries have to offer on this all-encompassing tour.
Transporting discerning travellers back in time, Belmond Road to Mandalay is an elegant ship blending luxury with traditional décor. Watch the world glide by from the Observation Deck or through your cabin's large picture windows.
Experience the best of Borneo's natural wonders with this 6 day, 5 night tour.
Experience the highlights of Cambodia beginning in Phnom Penh with a visit to its most famous landmarks. In Siem Reap, Angkor Wat, Ton Le Sap Lake, the amazing ruins of Angkor Thom are included.
The ‘Golden Triangle’ – Delhi, Agra and Jaipur – encompasses the perfect combination of sights for the first time India visitor, or indeed the repeat visitor who hasn’t had an opportunity to experience some of these incredible places.
This tour will allow travellers to experience not only the culinary side of south India but the stunning scenery of the Tea plantations and National Parks.
The remote kingdom of Bhutan is nestled in the Himalaya mountain range between India and Tibet and is a land of fertile valleys overlooked by pristine glittering snow peaks. This ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’ symbolises spirituality, meditation, tranquility and inner calm.
A land of contrasts, the exotic Kingdom of Cambodia offers a world heritage site, the temples of Angkor in the west, the beaches of the southern coast and the ethnic minorities of the northern regions.
India is the ultimate travel destination for those seeking a truly awesome experience that will forever remain etched in their minds. This Mecca for British visitors offers an exhilarating and mesmerising potpourri of exciting sounds, irresistible flavours, intoxicating aromas and intense colours to fully engage one’s senses. Learn more about India or read about each of the tours we offer in India below.
From the vibrant port city of Cochin to the miles of sandy beaches dotted with charming fishing villages, Kerala has something for everyone. Take it all in on our 10 day, 9 night Kerala – On the Spice Trail tour.
Our 8 day, 7 night Golden Triangle tour taking in Delhi, Agra and Jaipur encompasses the perfect combination of sights for the first time India visitor, or indeed the repeat visitor who hasn’t had an opportunity to experience some of these incredible places.
On our 11 day, 10 night A Land of Contrasts tour you will be transported from the skyscrapers and constant frenzy of India’s commercial hub, Mumbai, to the stunning, peaceful caves at Ajanta and Ellora, and on to the erstwhile grandeur of the Nizams of Hyderabad.
There are few experiences as exhilarating as witnessing this amazing animal in its natural habitat, and fewer places where you have the opportunity to do so. The jungles of central India provide a home for a variety of wildlife including the langur and tiger, and more. Our specialists have put together our 15 day, 14 night Tigers and Temples tour.
Embark on a classic rail journey through Rajasthan, the “Land of Kings” on our 11 night and 12 days Royal Rajasthan on Wheels rail journey.
Laos is considered to be the hidden jewel of Indochina, a tranquil, landlocked country full of tradition, age-old cultures, rugged natural landscapes, mist-veiled mountains, lush green countryside, dense forests, snaking rivers, dense forests, ancient ruins, rice paddies, an unspoiled way of life and serene, charming and ever- smiling locals. The options for visitors are wide and varied.
Known either as Myanmar or Burma, it has a very diverse population, there being in excess of one hundred and thirty ethnic groups. After years of self-imposed isolation, it now shares its riches and hidden secrets with a few extremely privileged foreign visitors. This number is steadily increasing as word of the magical appeal of one of Asia’s finest treasures continues to spread.
If jaw-dropping scenery features highly on your priority list, then you need look no further than Nepal. This delightful landlocked Himalayan Kingdom shares borders with Tibet to the north and northwest and India to the west, south and east and is perched proudly on the spine of the World’s most famous mountain range, the Himalayas.
Vietnam is a country of extraordinary extremes and distinctive experiences. From kayaking in Ha Long Bay, marvelling at the 14th century Cham ruins at My Son, relaxing on the pristine beaches of Danang and exploring ornate temples, ancient cobblestone streets of Hoi An and the modern high-rises of Ho Chi Minh City.