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Ranthambore's tigers
Gwailor’s millennium-old fort
The ancient trading town of Jaisalmer
Cochin's diverse history
Varkala on the Arabian Sea
Goan cuisine
Pushkar's cultural treats and camel fair
Colonial Old Goa
Hampi's boulders and ruins
The perfect day in Anjuna
Udaipur and Lake Pichola
Walk to remote Rumbak
Off-the-beaten-track in Nimaj Bagh
The Great Thar Desert trading town of Jodhpur
The road to Nubra Valley
Desert camel safari
Houseboat backwater cruise in Kerala
The Ganges and Varanasi
Chandelao - medieval fortress turned heritage hotel
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Taj Mahal
When you absolutey, positively have to sleep
Train travel - a quintessentially Indian experience
Nothing beats a campfire singalong. These guys know what we're talking about
Jaipur’s Amber Fort
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Anuradhapura - the largest and most important ancient site in Sri Lanka
The rock-carved Buddha statues of UNESCO World Heritage-listed ancient city of Polonnaruwa
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Dambulla Rock Temples
Matale Spice Garden
The 'Temple of the Tooth' in the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Sacred City of Kandy
  • Trips & tours in India

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  • Five facty-things about India & Nepal

    • Is there a shortened version?
      India’s longest train station is called Venkatanarasimharajuvaripeta.
    • Widow’s luck:
      A widow is considered bad luck in India – otherwise her husband wouldn’t have died.
    • Touchy:
      It’s considered offensive to touch anything with your feet in Nepal (shoes and floors are obvious exceptions).
    • The ancient art of plastic surgery:
      Apparently the first recorded account of plastic surgery was found in ancient Indian Sanskrit texts.
    • Individuality:
      Nepal’s flag is the only one in the world that’s not rectangular or quadrilateral (that means a four-sided shape).
  • Past Travellers' Ratings & Comments

    Ain't no Mountain High Enough

    Shelby - Australia, 22 Jan, 2014
    Overall Rating

    It was incredible. Definitely recommend doing as many optional extras as possible so you get the most out of your trip.

    Ain't no Mountain High Enough

    Elizabeth - Australia, 22 Jan, 2014
    Overall Rating

    The "Ain't no mountain high enough " tour was an amazing experience. Starting in Nepal settled us in to a different culture and we emersed ourselves into what the beautiful country had to offer including Buddhas birthplace and momo's! We then headed into the land of Papadums and butter chicken and fell in love with the bright and always suprising India . Our great tour guides always went that extra step to make our trip a memorable experience that I will take away with fond memories.

    Ain't no Mountain High Enough

    Bobbie - Australia, 1 Jan, 1970
    Overall Rating

    An incredible experience that I'd thoroughly recommend to anybody!

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