Silver Travel Advisor Partner - TransIndus - Indian Subcontinent & Central Asia
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Reputed to be the UK’s Leading Specialists for the Indian Sub-continent and other parts of Asia, Transindus offers high quality Small Group Tours and Tailor-made holidays to all parts of the Sub-continent and neighbouring countries: India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, Uzbekistan & Kyrgyzstan.
Award Winning Expertise
We are proud of our unrivalled destination knowledge, gleaned over three decades of organising bespoke journeys for discerning travellers. We are always delighted to share our expertise with our valued clients and it comes as no surprise to us that they offer us a satisfaction rating of 98% and return to us time and again to explore other parts of Asia.
Our goal is simple; to devise holiday itineraries that are both culturally stimulating and perfectly tailored to suit our client’s needs, be it a leisurely tour of the highlights or a busy schedule exploring remote cultural regions in depth. Our London based team of travel specialists are all passionate travellers themselves and able to understand and discuss your most nuanced requirements in detail, including budget.
We naturally subscribe to ATOL licencing and ABTA bonding and value our membership of AITO, the Association of Independent Tour Operators. This means that any holiday booked with us is fully protected and your money is entirely safe.
India with Transindus
India is a country of incomparable fascination – whether you’re visiting for the first time, or as a seasoned veteran. The first question facing any traveller is deciding where to start. The answer is determined by the kind of holiday you enjoy, duration and the budget available but roughly speaking, if this is your first tour of India you’ll probably be setting your sights on one of two regions: either the ‘Golden Triangle’ of Delhi, Agra and with a possible extension deeper into the rich and vibrant desert state of Rajasthan or the tropical haven of Kerala..
India of course offers much more for those seeking to venture off track and for returning visitors including Tiger safaris in lush jungles and forests, walking and trekking in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains, soaring temples of the Southern India or the mesmerising tribal and craft villages of the India’s more remote regions like Gujarat and the North Eastern States and much more.
Sri Lanka with Transindus
Sri Lanka’s glorious beaches, fragrant tea plantations, mysterious ancient ruins and friendly warm welcome all contribute to a pervasive sense of wellbeing among modern travellers. It offers a host of unique interactive experiences that play a significant part in making the island a one of the most rewarding and memorable destinations.
Nepal with Transindus
With the mighty Mount Everest marking its northern fringes and lush dense forests the south; Nepal offers an extraordinary spectrum of landscapes, pristine lakes, vast grasslands and fertile valleys that have nurtured sophisticated urban civilizations for more than 2,500 years. No visitor to Nepal can fail to be overwhelmed by the unparalleled wealth of medieval palaces, Buddhist monasteries and Hindu temples that survive intact.
Bhutan with Transindus
Known as ‘The Land of the Thunder-Dragon’ Bhutan is quite simply one of the most beautiful places on earth! Isolated by Himalayan peaks, this small, thinly-populated mountain kingdom hold onto its age old traditions & fabulously idiosyncratic way of life with great pride. Today it is the only ‘Carbon Positive’ country in the world as continue to look after its pristine rivers and forests with the greatest of care apart, preserving them for future generations.
Uzbekistan with TransIndus
The enduring joy of visiting the spectacular mosques, minarets and madrassas of Uzbekistan at the heart of the ancient Silk Road is Route is how they change throughout the days light. During early morning, the brickwork almost becomes alike to marble, yet by midday the exquisite tile work takes centre place as the blues and greens gleam off the bright sunshine. As the golden hour arrives, the pale brickwork from sunrise takes on an astonishing coffee-coloured transformation. All of this gives the perfect reason to visit these majestic monuments several times during your trip.
Kyrgyzstan with TransIndus
Whilst there’s no doubt the real beauty of Kyrgyzstan lies in its mountains, great lakes, and valleys, a surprising architectural beauty appears every now and then. If you make it across to the north-eastern town of Karakol, you’ll be delighted by the colourful Dungan Mosque and Holy Trinity Cathedral. There’s also the epic Burana Tower to visit, just outside of the capital city Bishkek, a ruined brick minaret complete with unique burial markers, known as balbals.
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Visit www.transindus.co.uk to discover the full range of destinations and itineraries we offer.
Kyrgyzstan ‘Art of the Nomads’ special tour – low, low single room supplement
Join our exclusive Kyrgyzstan ‘Art of the Nomads’ small-group tour, led by writer, photographer and charity founder Joan Pollock. The 13-day tour package starts at £1,995 per person and will depart in June 2020.
International flights aren’t included in the package.
Led from the UK by author, photographer and Central Asia Expert Joan Pollock, this 13 day, group tour is only £1,995 pp with single room supplement of just £299pp.
Special departure – 18 June 2020
Call 020 8566 3739 or visit website for more details.
Discover Uzbekistan 11-day tour – low, low single room supplement
Enjoy this amazing 11-day, full-board, small group tour from only £1,995 pp with single room supplement of just £95pp.
Depts Oct and Nov 2020 and departures available into 2021 for same price.
Call 020 8566 3739 or visit website for more details.