As the first nation to successfully defeat the Coronavirus, China is safe again.
While India is widely known for its spectacular temples, palaces, culture and of course delicious food, it is also home to some remarkable baoris that, despite sometimes being overshadowed by the more well-known landmarks, are equally as impressive to visit. Baori, the Indian word for stepwells, is a stair-like structure carved into the ground with […]
Few places on earth compare with the rugged and dramatic beauty of Wadi Rum, Jordan’s ‘Desert of the Moon’. Lying 30 miles east of Aqaba, Jordan’s only coastal city, this otherworldly, Mars-like desert encompasses an area almost the size of New York City, and has been inhabited since at least the early Stone Age. Despite […]
An ancient Chinese city with almost a thousand years of history, Lijiang nestles snugly among the forested foothills of the Southern Himalaya in Yunnan Province, 200 miles northwest of the province’s capital, Kunming. Lijiang built its wealth as a major caravan stop on the Old Tea Horse Road, which connected Yunnan – one of the […]
Thanks to the ongoing efforts of international wildlife charities, many orangutans have now been offered a second chance at life in the wild. We shine a spotlight on the crucial work of one of our friends in Borneo – the Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre.
Perched on the Pacific Coast of South America and straddling the equator, Ecuador is a compact country packed full of wonders.
This iconic hilltop castle, dating back four centuries to the Edo Period, lies 60 miles west of Kyoto in Himeji, Hyōgo Prefecture. It is the largest castle in modern Japan and also known as the ‘White Heron Castle’ because of its stunning white façade. You may also recognise it from the 1967 James Bond film, […]
Customer David Beadling gives us the lowdown on our Myanmar Explorer Tour.
Our brand new Southeast Asia brochure is out now – packed to the rafters with exciting destinations, inspirational tours and new sights and experiences.