Tour operator Western & Oriental has introduced a series of short city breaks to India in response to the introduction of India’s new e-Tourist Visa service.
Culinary holiday specialist Trip Feast has created two, new, small group, 15-day tours for fans of Indian food, which is now so popular in the UK that it is regarded just as much a ‘British’ classic as roast beef and fish and chips; one trip is in the north of the country and the other is in the south where both the scenery and cuisine is distinctly different.
As part of its extensive wildlife portfolio, Steppes Travel introduce four very unique and exclusive Big Cat trips, all of which highlight its commitment and deep rooted ethos in hands on conservation and making a difference.
It's now easier than ever to escape to the birthplace of Yoga and Ayurveda with the recently launched Visa on Arrival. No more lengthy queues or complicated forms to fill out..Simply book your ticket and go!
Travel The Unknown has a highly unusual three-week trip to a little-known corner of North East India, which provides an opportunity to encounter the ancient Apatani tribes and Buddhist cultures of Arunachal Pradesh, witness wildlife in Assam’s national parks and explore Majuli, one of the world’s largest river islands.
Songlines Music Travel has created a unique itinerary to northern India (departs 2 October 2014), to discover some of the country’s leading musicians at workshops and seminars, and culminating in the famous Jodhpur RIFF, the Rajasthan International Folk festival, of which Sir Mick Jagger is a patron.
Enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime experience with leading UK tour operator DialAFlight – book a safari trip to Pench National Park, for tiger-spotting and more, or head to the stunning beaches of Kovalam in Kerala.
Travel Indochina has released its 2014-16 Luxury Asia River Cruising brochure with the addition of four exceptional new river cruises sailing throughout Vietnam and Cambodia, Burma, and India.
Kerala, at the southern tip of India, is considered to be the cleanest and safest state of India. With a glorious tropical climate, great hotels, miles of palm-fringed, white sand beaches and the tranquil backwaters eco-system, all the ingredients are here for a marvellous holiday.
Travelling through India by train must surely rank as one of life’s most memorable experiences. Apart from the sheer assault on the senses of its unfamiliar array of sights and sounds, this intoxicating country is also home to some of the world’s most fascinating - and historic – railway experiences, many of which can be enjoyed on an escorted itinerary with specialist tour operator, Ffestiniog Travel.
Totally India has introduced a new three-week cultural trip that provides a thorough introduction to the vast wealth of historic sights, sounds, smells and vibrant colours that this unique destination has to offer the discerning traveller.
Featuring Bhutan, Borneo, Burma, India, The Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka, Asian Explorations’ holidays stand out from the crowd. With excellence, exclusivity and experience at the heart of everything Asian Explorations does, anything is possible.
Renowned for its exquisite short breaks to some of Europe’s top city, coast and countryside destinations, it shouldn’t be forgotten that Kirker Holidays also tailor makes superb long-haul itineraries.
Welcome Heritage Group, India’s finest collection of Heritage hotels, has added Traditional Haveli to its portfolio. The property is conveniently located at Bani Park, in close proximity to the Jaipur International Airport and Railway Station.
Make 2014 a year to remember by taking on an unforgettable trekking or cycling challenge with Discover Adventure. Celebrating its 20th anniversary next year, the specialist tour operator is offering even more new, unique and thrill-seeking itineraries than ever before.
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