The Indian Subcontinent, encompassing India, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka, is as inspiring as it is enigmatic. The majesty of the landscape, the warmth of the locals and the spirituality of the region is utterly enchanting.
Ancient, fascinating and shamelessly photogenic, the Indian subcontinent is an exciting region blessed with cultural riches, exotic wildlife and vast and varied landscapes.
Explore ancient citadels, temples and palaces, watch the faithful pray on the banks of the River Ganges, and lose yourself in the sensory overload of India’s bustling market bazaars. See the sun rise over the Taj Mahal, explore the flamboyant architecture of the coloured cities of Rajasthan, or take a houseboat trip down the palm-fringed backwaters of Kerala.
Head to the teardrop-shaped island of Sri Lanka for white-sand beaches, lush highlands and a deeply spiritual culture. Visit the sacred city of Kandy, explore ancient palaces, monasteries and Buddhist cave-temples, cycle through scenic tea plantations and relax among the coconut palms on endless tropical beaches.
Or cruise out into the azure waters of the Maldives—a glorious chain of small islands and reefs stretched out into the Indian Ocean like a string of pearls. Sail between the remote atolls of this spectacular archipelago, snorkeling through crystal clear waters, exploring deserted beaches and landing on a new beautiful island each night.
India is a country where culture resonates, tradition speaks, beauty entices, and variety fascinates. India’s religious, linguistic, and cultural diversity is unsurpassed. India is known for its rich history, many ethnicities, and enormous landscapes.
The Nepalese Himalayas are the ultimate destination for mountain lovers. There’s no other place to trek for days amid incredible mountain views, knowing that at the end of the day there’s a hot meal, cozy cabin, and hot apple pie waiting for you.
The Maldives is an archipelago of 1,192 coral islands divided into 26 natural coral atolls in the Indian Ocean. They are located in south-southwest India and west of Sri Lanka. None of the coral islands are higher than 1.8 meters above sea level
Sri Lanka is rapidly moving forward, a country that is situated between India and the inaccessible parts of Southeast Asia, and its history, culture and natural beauty are undeniably fascinating. This is a place you haven’t been, and you should.
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