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Traveling through Nepal and India was amazing! The last 19 days have been packed full of adventures, flying over my Everest, riding elephants in chitwan national park, visiting Buddhas birth place, cruising down the Ganges, drinking street chai, wearing saree at the taj plus much much more! Every day just got better and better! The tour guides all went over and beyond to cater to everyone's needs and expectations of the trip. This has been a trip I will always remember.
Stephanie, 22 Jan, 2014 Ain't no Mountain High Enough
It was incredible. Definitely recommend doing as many optional extras as possible so you get the most out of your trip.
Shelby, 22 Jan, 2014 Ain't no Mountain High Enough
Travel in India is pretty much like nowhere else in the world. It’s mind-blowing, mind-expanding, mind-boggling and anything but mind-numbing. And with about 1.2 billion people sharing the space, there’s probably that many experiences to be had. In fact almost any experience you can have on the planet can be found here. That includes an all-night chai-athon while you wait for a cow to finish its nap on the train tracks. In the north you can ride a camel through the Thar Desert, meet the hippies of Jodphur, and live on lassis. Then there’s that little place called the Taj Mahal. In the south it’s all about the go-slow. There are Kerala’s canals to cruise, Goa’s beaches to go all beach-y on and enough coconuts to build a coconut building out of.
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The culture kaleidoscope of India and the turquoise waters and rolling hills of its teardrop island neighbour, Sri Lanka, will enlighten, inspire and challenge first-time travellers and seasoned veterans alike. Experiencing either country will gobsmack and delight you from chaotic Colombo in the south to serene Dharamsala in the north. The people, languages, customs, food and landscapes are hugely diverse and fascinating: In India, chaotic cities, colourful saris, rattling trains, holy rivers, welcoming villagers, world-renowned cuisine, hustling, bustling streets and romantic, captivating sights, sounds, scents and tastes weave together in an ever-fresh jumble, while in Sri Lanka, sleepy towns, historic fortresses and temples set snug in rolling hills, alongside wildlife reserves, charming colonial bungalows, beautiful beaches and the mad capital will similarly enthral.View all India trips
Varanasi is one of the holiest cities in India. Mother Ganga flows slowly by and pilgrims flock from around the country to bathe in her waters. Some even come here to die. ... Read more on the blog
Travel in India is pretty much like nowhere else in the world. It’s mind-blowing, mind-expanding, mind-boggling and anything but mind-numbing. ... Read more on the blog