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Tailor made holidays to Cambodia

Cambodia’s landscape is an exotic blend of rice paddies, sugar palm plantations and remote jungles. It is a fascinating country, with a rich cultural heritage and at times a turbulent history; it is home to the world’s largest religious building, the magnificent Angkor Wat and the surrounding temples of Angkor.


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The temple complex was built between the 9th & 14th century AD and was the political, social and religious centre of the ancient Khmer empire which once stretched from Burma to Vietnam. Visible from space, it is one of the world’s most unique archaeological sites which has put Cambodia firmly on the world map as a unique destination.

Traditionally life in Cambodia has always revolved around two bodies of water: the MekongRiver and Tonle SapLake, the name of which means ‘GreatLake’ and it is linked to the Mekong at Phnom Penh. During the summer rainy season, the Mekong rises to the point that water flows into the Tonle SapRiver, causing it to change direction and flow back towards Tonle SapLake.

While most visitors come to see the marvels of Angkor Wat, Cambodia offers plenty of natural beauty and adventure for those willing enough to explore.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





CGH Heaven & Earth - Kerala at her best.

10 day holiday to Kerala that allows you to explore the quintessential parts of Kerala, staying in the award winning CGH Earth hotels - Bruntons Boatyard, Spice Village, Houseboat, Coconut Lagoon and Marari Beach Resort - quite simply Kerala at her best!

£1750 Per person sharing

Goa and the Golden Triangle - Delhi, Agra, Ranthambhore, Jaipur & Goa

The classic Golden Triangle combined with a visit to Ranthambore National Park in search of tiger and to finish,5 nights in aGoan retreat overlooking the Arabian Sea. Highlights: The Taj Mahal; Tiger Spotting in Ranthambhore; Jaipurs markets; Goas Beaches

From £3371 per person sharing

Hilltops and Hideaways - Kerala - Tranquil, Cochin, Munnar, Periyar & Backwaters

A fourteen night holiday discovering the delights of Kerala, ranging form tree houses in the western Ghats to elephants in Periyars wildlife sanctuary. Visit the historic harbour city of Cochin, the Cardamom plantations of Munnar and the emerald green...

From £2299 per person sharing

In Search of the Tiger - Delhi, Ranthambhore National Park, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Agra, Bandhavgarh & Kanha National Park

Two weeks in some of Indias best wildlife sanctuaries in search of the elusive tiger, with a stop in Agra to marvel at the Taj Mahal.

From £2899 per person sharing

Kalmatia Sangam Village Walk - Delhi, Himalayas & Corbetts National Park

The majesty of mountains has inspired generations and none so much as the mighty Himalaya. Their sheer scale and dramatic rise from the foothills to the worlds highest peaks is as surprising as it is beautiful and has captured the imagination of explorers...

Magnificence of the Maharajas - Delhi, Shimla, Agra, Ranthambhore, Jaipur & Udaipur

Fifteen nights touring essential northern India in grand style, starting at a delightful retreat just outside Delhi. After gazing at the Far Pavilions of the Himalayas, marvelling at the Taj Mahal and listening to the night sounds of the jungle in...

From £5720 per person sharing

Palaces and Palms - Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Udaipur, Cochin, Backwaters & Beach

A fortnight combining the essence of the north, the Taj Mahal and the princely palaces in the desert country of Rajasthan, with the golden beaches, swaying palms and fragrant spice markets of the Keralan coast.

From £2824 per person sharing

Rituals and Romance - Delhi, Varanasi, Khajuraho, Orchha, Gwalior & Agra

A fortnights journey embracing the magic of India past and present, including extraordinary rituals on the Ganges, erotic temples at Khajuraho, the mighty fort in remote Gwalior and ending with two nights of pampered luxury within sight of the marvellous Taj Mahal.

From £3452 per person sharing

A Southern Indian Odyssey - Chennai, Mysore, Nagarhole, Cochin, Munnar & Madurai

A luxurious fifteen night holiday that takes in the very best of southern Indias beach resorts, temple towns, hill stations and wildlife sanctuaries.

From £2550 per person sharing

A Taste of Sri Lanka - Colombo, Kandy, Nuwara Eliya & Bentota

A ten night holiday to the tea plantations of Sri Lanka, including a night in a boutique hotel in Colombo, two nights exploring the arts and crafts of Kandy, a delightful morning train journey, a night in each of the four Tea Trails bungalows, a private...

From £2752 per person sharing

A Voyage of Discovery - Kerala - Cochin, Backwater Cruise, Periyar, Munnar & Marari Beach

A two week holiday staying at a range of delightful retreats in Southern India. It includes a three night cruise into the heart of the Keralan Backwaters aboard a custom built luxury boat. Discovery has a virtually silent engine and is pollutant free...

From £2099 per person sharing

All About Angsana - Maldives

A 10 stay at the luxury Angsana resort, located on one of the most photographed Maldivian Islands. With an exceptional house reef and a selection of land and water based activities included in the package, this island escape offers something for everyone.

An Epicurean Adventure - Chennai, Pondicherry, Chettinad, Periyar, Munnar, Kumarakom & Marari Beach

Tantalise your senses with a fourteen night holiday that introduces (or reacquaints!) your palate to the delights of southern Indian cuisine. It has often been said that the best Indian food is to be found in family homes and this itinerary provides an...

From £2149 per person sharing

Andaman Escape - Chennai & Andaman Islands

Travel to some of the worlds most breathtakingly beautiful and unique islands. Explore mangroves ecosystems, trek through virgin rainforest dive or snorkel amongst pristine coral reefs in some of the worlds best dive sites and observe the incredibly colourful...

From £2266 per person sharing

Beaches of the South China Sea

A two week holiday taking in some of Vietnams most beautiful coastal scenery whilst staying in the most luxurious secluded beach retreats before spending a few nights in the lively city of Saigon.

From £2349 per person sharing

Classic Cambodia

Explore the magnificent temple complex of Angkor Wat and wander through the crumbling atmospheric ruins of Angkor Thom at dawn, where throughout the ages giant banyan tree roots, have slowly reclaimed the temple back for the jungle. With so much more...

Classic Laos

A 2 week adventure travelling through Laos where you will encounter a diverse array of people cultures, stay in hotels reminiscent ofa bygone colonialage as well asa charming lodge overlooking the Mekong River before working your way up to the Golden...

Coromandel to Malabar - Chennai, Mysore, Tranquil, Cochin, Backwaters & Kovalam

A leisurely, fourteen night journey across the southern states of India, starting out from Chennai (Madras), the first important settlement of The Raj, crossing the plains of Tamil Nadu by train, before climbing to a hill station on the cool slopes of...

From £2727 per person sharing

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42 Lighthouse Street, Galle

This resort reflects the architectural style and traditions of Vietnam. This is very much evident in the cham style reception and dining pavilion. The exclusive location is within walking distance of the city centre and is Nha Trangs only beachfront resort....

£3500

Ali Gedara, Kandy

A private home and ancestral farm estate, just 45 minutes from Kandy, where visitors are houseguests, rather than clients. The main attractions are the five tame elephants that come up to the kitchen door every morning for their breakfast. This is an...

Alphonse, Seychelles

Well appointed and luxurious new lodge famous for its fly fishing facilities (bone fishing and blue water fly). Exceptional diving and snorkelling and day boat trips to exquisite neighbouring islands.

Amangalla, Galle

An historic building in the thronging Galle Fort area has been converted into a luxury hotel, which aspires to a colonial atmosphere. The rooms are stylish and spacious with high ceilings, reproduction furniture, four-poster beds and large shutters. The...

Amankora - Gangte

Positioned on a forested knoll close to the valley floor is Amankora Gangtey. A winding track leads guests through the forest and descends to the lodge. With sweeping views of fields of dwarf bamboo and potato crops, the accommodation is typical in design and feel to other Amankora lodges.

Amankora - Paro

With views that take in the 17th century Drukyel Dzong (monastery) and soar to the 7,300m high, snow-capped Jhomolhari peak, Amankora Paro is a dramatic introduction to Bhutan. Twenty four stylish suites are built in clusters of four with rammed earth...

Amankora - Punakha

Based around a traditional farmhouse built by Her Majesty the (Bhutanese) Queen Mother, Amankora Punakha is surrounded by orchards of tropical fruit and paddy fields. Flanked by the Mo Chu river, access, via a suspension bridge decked with fluttering...

Amankora - Thimpu

Built to emulate the design of a Dzong, incorporating high stone, white-washed buildings, landscaped gardens and pristine pine forests, this lodge overlooks Thimpu valley. Two accommodation blocks house sixteen suites with king size beds, wood panelled...

Amanwella, Tangalle

A luxury resort overlooking a deserted bay on the southern coast of Sri Lanka. Each of the thirty suites features a private swimming pool and terrace, with views towards the sea. There is a choice of dining, a library and a huge infinity pool overlooking the beach.

Amaya Hills, Kandy

Inspired by classical Kandyan architecture, this is a spacious and airy hotel built on a hill with expansive views of the valleys below. It is situated just outside Kandy and is a short drive from the main sights of the city. The décor is stylish and...

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Calcutta Walks

06:45 Your walking guide will meet guests at the hotel lobby 07:00 Heritage Walk of Dalhousie Square, now a World Heritage Site. The walk takes place in the morning so that you can leisurely take in the architecture and history of the city's...

Cruising on a Junk through Halong Bay, Vietnam

This is a fantastic clip of Halong Bay and what it is like to cruise through this remarkable part of the world. Definitely one for the Bucket List!

Cruising on the Backwaters of Kerala

Stretching along the coast from Cochin to Quilon and as far inland as Kumarakom, the Backwaters of Kerala consist of an intricately woven network of canals, streams and rivers. This lush green area provides a haven for many species of birds and...

Darjeeling Himalayan Railway

One of the Worlds oldest feats of engineering is the narrow gauge railway that runs from New Jalpaiguri, West Bengal, to Darjeeling, rising from an altitude of 400ft to a staggering 7407ft in little over 51 miles, giving it one of the steepest gradients...

Delhi - Delhi Art Appreciation Experience

Lovers of Art recognise Indias increasing popularity in the genre of contemporary arts. This experience includes a visit to the National Gallery of Modern Art, a study of the private art collections and also meetings with experts on contemporary...

Delhi - Delhi Culinary Experience

In this truly remarkable experience you will be transported into a world of spices and aromas and the sheer variety and versatility of Indian food with our culinary experts a food historian, consultant, or a chef from a reputed hotel . Culinary experiences...

Delhi - The Gandhi Smriti Delhi Experience

Gandhi Smriti, housed in the Old Birla House on 5, Tees January Marg, New Delhi, is the sacred place where Mahatma Gandhis epic life ended on 30 January 1948. The exhibits include the room where the Mahatma lived and the grounds where he held a prayer...

Delhi - The Real Delhi Experience

Visit an Indian home and meet the family over a meal. Explore Indian culture and cuisine interacting with people who have lived here for years. For travelers with specific interests, we can arrange for interactive sessions with expert views on a variety...

Elephant Safaris - Tiger Spotting on Elephant

If you think a 4 x 4 can cover rough terrain, it is nothing compared to where an elephant can go! Sitting high up on its back, I was amazed at just how hairy the large pachyderm was, and getting used to the sway of his gait was a little tricky at first....

Everest Flight

A commercial airliner cruises at 35000 ft above sea level and the last time I flew over the Alps, I enjoyed looking down on the snow covered peaks. Everest is 29029 ft and is right on the wing of a commercial flight, as the photograph below illustrates....

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Adams Peak

Legend has it that the footprint at the mountain’s summit (2224m) was left by Adam, when he was cast out of the Garden of Eden. Revered by all religions, it is the most important pilgrimage site in the country. The hard climb is normally done at night, reaching the summit for sunrise.

Agra

A city of great contrasts, Agra was the former capital of the Mogul Empire. Here stands the worlds finest monument to love, The Taj Mahal, built by Emperor Shah Jehan in memory of his beautiful wife Mumtaz Mahal, who died whilst giving birth to her fourteenth...

Amritsar

Amritsar, now the capital of Punjab and the most important pilgrimage site for the Sikhs, has had a tumultuous history since it was founded over four centuries ago. Nowadays though, a visit to Amritsar’s two renowned places – the Golden Temple and Jallianwallah...

Andaman Islands - Andaman Islands

Lush tropical forests, crystal clear waters and some of the best beaches in the world, make these islands an unspoiled paradise. Situated 1000km east of India in the Bay of Bengal, the tritory is comprised of hundreds of islands, thirty-eight of which...

Andaman Islands - Port Blair

Founded by the British in 1858 the capital is a hub of activity, through which all transportation in between islands comes and goes through here.

Bentota

This lovely beach resort is approximately half way between Galle and Colombo. It has long deserted beaches and a choice of water sports on the river. In Bentota, you can visit Brief Garden which was built by Geoffrey Bawa’s brother, Bewis. The village...

Boeng Melea

Built in the 12th Century by Suryavarman II, this intriguing and mysterious temple was hitherto innaccessible until 2002. Completely over run by jungle and surrounded by a now dried up moat. Exploring the ruins here, with its long dark chambers, hanging...

Bumthang

Renowned for their natural splendour and numerous monasteries, the four valleys of the Bumthang region are fantastic for walking. At an altitude ranging between 2400m and 4000m the air is thin and temperatures often plummet below zero. Jakar is at the...

Cirque de Salazie

This is the greenest of the three cirques. 100ft waterfalls cascade down gorges and cliffs to lush valleys below. You may wish to visit the hot springs, the viewpoint at Le Point du jour or the forest of Bélouve, with its silver tamarind trees. Other...

Colombo

Colombo is a highly underrated city with a vibrant artistic community and some excellent galleries, shops and restaurants.

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