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Highlights of India

Posted on 22. Oct, 2014 by Michael Fab.

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The view of an Indian desert dune from the hump of a camel would have to be one of life’s supreme travel moments. The textures and colours of the dunes in the late afternoon light are quite wondrous, as is the tranquility of rolling along on the backs of these gentle beasts. Matched only by [...]

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The mud houses of Basari

The small town of Basari

Posted on 15. Jul, 2014 by Michael Fab.

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We had barely met our tour leader when he suggested staying in a heritage listed hotel for a night. It was Day 1 of our 28 day tour of India and Nepal and he wanted to give us plenty of time to think about it. It was an option for Day 18 to replace the [...]

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Tents on Camel Safari

Overnight Camel ride in Jaisalmer

Posted on 28. Apr, 2014 by Tony Perdomo.

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There is a lot more to India than just the typical Golden Triangle route, which of course is an epic tour on its own.  If you choose a tour that explores the Rajasthan area, then you will notice many visit Jaisalmer, and there is no denial why.  It is a very beautiful and historic city [...]

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Best time to travel to Nepal and India

Posted on 04. Apr, 2014 by Rebecca Thompson.

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Weather As the seventh largest country in the world, defining India’s weather is a tricky task. There are several climatic regions from the tropical climate of Kerala to the arid northwest of the Thar Desert. Neighbouring Nepal also has a mixture of climates; including alpine and subtropical. The most influential weather pattern is the annual [...]

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Kerrie & Ed

Top 10 most romantic places on Group Tours

Posted on 12. Feb, 2014 by Jess Millett.

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Group Tours are not just for solo travellers but are also very popular with couples. On Group Tour’s there are as many opportunities to share an intimate moment with your loved one. Here we suggest some of our most romantic destinations. Rio Dulce, Guatemala What better place to enjoy a drop of romance than on [...]

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The Group at Holi

Celebrating Holi Festival – the festival of colour!

Posted on 30. Jan, 2014 by Rebecca Thompson.

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It is said imitation is the highest form of flattery, and if that is the case Hindus should feel honoured indeed. Holi Festival – observed by throwing brightly pigmented powder paint – has been replicated all over the globe in various incarnations from coloured ‘fun runs’ to themed music festivals. It’s a phenomenon that has [...]

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Camel riding in the desert

India – Makes you Nama-stay Longer

Posted on 06. Dec, 2013 by Tony Perdomo.

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India – ahhh where to begin with you.  Before arriving at the airport of Delhi, you know you are going to experience one of the most fascinating countries this wonderful world has to offer.  I am doing the Rajasthan Explored tour and I have never been more excited to see a country that everyone had [...]

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Why You Can’t Miss The Taj Mahal

Posted on 05. Jun, 2013 by Vince Robbins.

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Vince Robbins from Urban Travel Blog visits the Taj Mahal, one of the Wonders of the World.

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Welcome to India: 48 Hours in New Delhi

Posted on 11. Apr, 2013 by Vince Robbins.

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Vince Robbins from Urban Travel Blog writes from India where he is On The Road travelling and blogging around India and South East Asia.

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