Discover the peaks and unique ecosystem of the soaring Western Ghats of South India with this highly active private walking trip which includes vigorous day walks and overnight stays in plantation bungalows and eco lodges, with the option of a night in a base camp tent.
A family holiday with exciting and immersive experiences, meeting and interacting with the local people, gaining an insight into the pace of life in North India’s cities and villages.
Discover the diversity and traditions of South India travelling at a relaxed pace, with active days and spacious stays experiencing a heritage home, traditional hotels and an eco-lodge, in settings of a coffee plantation, tea estate, wildlife reserve and areas of natural beauty.
A textile journey commencing in the Bay of Bengal, travelling north through rural country side and the fertile farmlands of West Bengal, high into the cool fresh air and forested mountains of the Himalayas. Visiting bustling cities and small villages seeking out the history and traditional methods behind weaving and textiles in this region.
Spend family time together visiting a wide variety of locations, partaking in many diverse and exciting activities, outdoors and in cities, whilst staying in ecolodges and homestays each with their own personality.
A textile journey through Odisha, an eastern Indian state on the Bay of Bengal, known for its tribal cultures. This itinerary has a focus on the rich diversity of craft textiles in Odisha and the variety of techniques that have been used for generations.
A fascinating 21-day journey through central India. Discover Madhya Pradesh, referred to as the nation’s heart because of its geographical position, and the surrounding states. Visit some of India’s great architectural and historical sights, marvel at powerful forts, palaces and World Heritage temples and meet some fascinating hosts. This in-depth tour will reveal parts of India less-visited, though nonetheless amazing.
The jewel of the Indian Ocean with its ancient sites, beautiful beaches, pristine wilderness, fascinating culture and delectable cuisine – Sri Lanka has it all! This fascinating journey includes some of the island’s better-known sites, as well as some of its more off-beat locations, with authentic dining experiences along the way.
Wildlife lovers will visit and experience three of Sri Lanka’s top wildlife destinations as part of this trip. Combining some of Sri Lanka’s most important archaeological sites, World Heritage-listed locations and the country’s best national parks abundant with wildlife – this is an ideal introduction to all Sri Lanka has to offer.
Cruising along the intimate lower Ganges side stream – the River Hugli – life seems to take on a much slower pace as you take in the great historical cities along the way. Discover rural India at its most idyllic and see great places few tourists venture. Operated by Assam Bengal Navigation on the ABN Rajmahal or ABN Sukapha.