India’s breathtaking landscapes, ancient monuments and rich history make it a fascinating place to visit. Add to that the vibrant colours, tantalising cuisine and mix of cultures, and you have the holiday of a lifetime in the making.
The Golden Triangle is a superb introduction to India, with sightseeing and activities to delight adults and children alike. Take a look at these photos from a recent family tour to India!
It’s probably the easiest phrase to learn in any language, and one of the most important too. Learning an entire language before you go to a country is not always feasible, but it’s worthwhile trying to learn a few of … Continue reading
The city of Shiva, Varanasi has been a centre of learning and spirituality for over 2 millennia. Thousands of Hindu come here to wash their sins away in the River Ganges and tour the region’s many holy temples. It’s a spiritual … Continue reading
As 2012 winds to a close we take a look at our pick of places to visit in 2013. Where do you think 2013 will take you? 1. Southern Africa An enormous region with a diversity that’s hard to match, … Continue reading
In all the hustle and bustle of Delhi it can be hard to know where to go for a meal. Who does the best curry? And what if you feel like Chinese? Or something European? How about a night out … Continue reading
Once a year, the streets of India (and around the world) erupt with colour and sound as the Diwali Festival is celebrated. But what’s it all about? Read on to find out more about this vibrant festival. Celebrated around October or … Continue reading
When it comes to the Top 10 World Wonders, (or even ten top world wonders, not even the top ten) opinion is no doubt divided. But we’re sure no one can really disagree that these are some of the world’s … Continue reading
Usually when one talks about travel, we think about boarding a plane. But once you’ve arrived, there are far more exciting ways to see the world. Here are our top 5 modes of transport in a few of our favourite … Continue reading
The Himalayas have long been associated with spirituality – and when watching this one can’t help thinking that it might be because the devout are closer to the heavens there than they are elsewhere in the world. With incredible mountain … Continue reading
The Pushkar Camel Fair is one of India’s most well-known festivals. Attracting thousands of people and their livestock, the festival is a great opportunity to immerse oneself in the culture and learn something about the customs of Rajasthan. Enjoy this … Continue reading