Stretching from the most north easterly part of India to China in the east, the Himalayas have great cultural and religious significance.
Some of our staff are currently exploring the delights of Ranthambore National Park on an escorted tour of India,
India. Home to 1.3 billion people, land of the world’s highest cricket ground and the place that The Beatles found enlightenment.
India is home to an incredibly beautiful diversity of food, colour, smells, sights and architecture while for many, it is also a symbol of religious significance and history.
If you’re planning a holiday to India, the chances are that one of the first items on your itinerary is sampling some of the country’s sensational food.
Everyone loves a good festival. From Pancake Day to Bonfire Night, there’s nothing better than diving into all that these festivities entail with frying pan in one hand and sparkler in the other.
India: it’s home to one sixth of the world’s total population, it’s the seventh largest country in the world, and for many, it’s at the top of the travel bucket list.
With the Queen’s 90th birthday on 21 April, we’ve taken a look back at her travel history over the years – and the list is very extensive!