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Indian Subcontinent

Sri Lanka


A tropical Island full of romantic landscapes, striking mountains, lush green tea gardens and golden beaches. It is nothing short of magnificent.


Sri Lanka, a teardrop-shaped tropical island set in the Indian Ocean in South Asia, has a rich cultural heritage and untouched beauty in its landscapes; lying home to 8 UNESCO World Heritage sites, there is no wonder it has become a beloved destination for new and seasoned travellers alike. Buddhist temples and stone buildings which have witnessed centuries of history and colonial rule within the nation lie still as a product of the past, while the numerous tea plantations prove popular as an educational and cultural site to visit, producing the original and completely unique aromas and taste of Ceylon Black Tea. Colombo, the capital lying just south of the Kelani river, is the perfect destination to indulge in a typical Sri Lankan aromatic breakfast, from the likes of kiri bath to pol roti, followed by a visit to the architectural ruins of Gangaramaya Temple. 


Bhutan


A Kingdom of purity and beauty, mountains and monestaries, rich biodiversity and pristine forests.


Settled between the borders of Tibet and India, the landlocked kingdom of Bhutan is nestled in the eastern Himalayas, and is favoured for its enchanting landscapes and rich cultural heritage. Visiting the capital city, Thimphu, you’ll witness a balance of history and sustainability which is unparalleled elsewhere; Bhutan only allows a limited number of tourists each year, preserving its pristine beauty and making it a haven for nature enthusiasts. The King's dwellings in the Tashichho Dzong, make it a must-see in the capital city, while the Kingdom itself is also home to ancient monasteries that stand as testaments to its deep-rooted Bhutanese Buddhist traditions. The Paro Taktsang, or Tiger's Nest Monastery, perched precariously on a cliffside, is a spiritual and architectural marvel that draws pilgrims and tourists alike, and simultaneously showcases to many the Kingdom’s bountiful untouched natural sights. 


Nepal


Steeped in scenic beauty and snow-topped peaks, this is the original land of peace and serenity; a paradise on earth.


Home to eight of the world’s fourteen highest peaks, including the iconic Mount Everest, Nepal is an adventure haven with a penchant for beauty and culture. With a diverse landscape encompassing lush forests and picturesque villages, there is much of the natural world to be explored. Similarly, the Kathmandu Valley, with its seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a capital city of the same name, presents a mesmerising fusion of ancient temples, stupas, and intricate architecture - not to be missed is the Dakshin Kali Temple, followed by a deep dive into local dishes such as momos and dal bhat. For an immersion in tranquillity and culture, deliver yourself to the city of Pokhara, which sits nestled beside the serene Phewa Lake and surrounded by the Annapurna Range. Here, the rich tapestry of Nepal bears its head and an indulgent exploration into this fascinating country’s culture, spirituality, and natural wonders begins.


India


Bestowed with a multitude of natural diversity; mountain peaks and lush green valleys, vibrant colours and gastronomic delights.


India, a vast and diverse subcontinent in the Indian subcontinent, is as much a visual montage of beauty as it is a cultural one. From the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas in the north to the sun-kissed beaches of Goa in the south, this country offers an unparalleled array of landscapes to discover. Boasting a rich cultural heritage, the country is home to an astounding 38 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the iconic Taj Mahal - which speaks for itself on the enduring beauty of Mughal architecture. In the vibrant cities of Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata, the past seamlessly blends with the present, as historic landmarks coexist alongside food markets and modern architecture alike. However, the spiritual heart of India lies in Varanasi, the oldest living city in the world, where the Ganges River flows alongside ancient ghats and temples to create an atmosphere of introspection and spirituality. These building blocks of history, art and religion come together in tandem with a thriving culinary landscape to fashion a destination of unsurpassed intrigue and amazement.


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