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Honeymoons are a once in a lifetime experience and we like to treat them as such. We tailor each one specifically to your requirements and gauge what your interests are in order to feature some element of those within the final itinerary.

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Highlights of Indochina (View PDF itinerary)   People often wonder exactly what is meant by the term "Indochina" and in ways its a bit of misnomer. The term ecapsulates the 3 neighbouring contries of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos and covers a total area of over 740,000 square kilometres stretching south from the Chinese border and as far west as the Thai and Burmese borders. The countries have incredibly aried landscapes and climate from the relative cold of Hanoi in the north to the tropical climate of Saigon and Phnom Penh in the southern reachs of the peninsula. Each country has its own highlights from the amazing temle complex of Angkor Wat in Cambodia to the UNESCO heritage sites of Hoi An in Vietnam and Luang Prabang in Laos. The great link between them all is the huge snaking Mekong river which provides some awe inspiring river cruising options, particularly between My Tho in Vietnam and Tonle Sap lake a few hours drive from Angkor Wat (Siem Reap). Aside to the majestic river systems supporting all kinds of human and wildlife, there are mountains to the north (Laos and Vietnam) and an particularly interesting diversion to Sapa, north Vietnam. Starting with a magical overnight train journey from Hanoi. Up here, on the border with China, you will meet completely different ethnic groups and experience a hill tribe village life not found elsehwere in the region. The ancient cities of Vientiane and Luang Prabang in Laos show case some great colonial architecture, like Phnom Penh and Battambang in Cambodia, and some temples to rival the best of Cambodia's. Laos is  very laid back and many say the most authentic asia experience around right now, with perhaps the exception of Burma. Once you've absorbed the culture and sights of each country a stunning array of beach escapes awaits you from the amzing new Song Saa private island of the south cost of Cambodia, to the rusticaly luxurious but alturistic Six Senses Con Dao on it's own paradise island. If you require any further information about any of the destinations or hotels please do not hesitate to contact us.     
The Corporate Traveller
If you work in the corporate world, you’ll be used to travelling in comfort and style and our aim is to replicate that for your holiday time.

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When we say our tours are bespoke, we really mean it. We believe anything is possible, that’s why it is one of our mottoes. We will literally hand build your holiday from the bottom up, like a fine prestige sports car of old.

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Taste of Rajasthan (view PDF itinerary)    Rajasthan conjures up images of cerermonial elephants, polo playing snd perhaps as many thoughts about the British Colonial era than anything else. However, Rajasthan's real charm lies in its much deeper history, before colonialisation, going back over centuries of Maharaja's ruling different areas in harmony whilst fending off the Moghul's. This dynasty of kings has left palaces and forts strewn over almost every hilltop for thousands of square miles.   Aside to these amazing cathedrals of history, with stunning scenery, culture, deep history and wildlife to boot, Rajasthan really packs a punch in terms of unrivalled experience in a relatively short space of time.   Whilst many may be familiar with east and central Rajasthan, and for good reason, the western area is where it becomes increasingly interesting with smaller towns and cities, changing landscapes as it morphs into desert near Jaiselmer and differing cultures, architecture and traditions emerge.   From The Taj Mahal to Mehangarh Fort, the state offers a myriad of historical sites which we will guide you around with experienced English speaking guides. In order to enhance the experience, we have hand picked (after extensive on the ground research and travel in the region) a selection of heritage hotels, old converted forts and some amazing palaces, these buildings have been lovingly built or restored and the older properties really make you know you are not only in India, but Rajasthan, with its regal history.   As an added bonus, many of these palaces and forts are still owned and resided in by the original family, in one case, by the oldest recorded family in the world (Guinness book of Records).    These places offer another experience with personal introductions to the family in many cases and they can really tell some stories about the buildings their forefathers built and lived in as Maharaja’s of the respective areas. This makes a very interesting trip into a really fascinating one so travel with us to the land of Indian Royalty, where many regal dynasties still survive today and discover and area that will have you yearning for more…   If you require any further information about any of the destinations or hotels please do not hesitate to contact us.             

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Is your travel insurance policy going to cover you when the weather closes in ! Travel Insurance policies have come under scrutiny recently, and for good reason as many leave their customers without compensation where you think it would be covered, if it weren't for that all important small print.


In short, is your travel insurance policy worth the paper it is written on and is it really worth the risk when there are robust policies avaialble for around £ 50-80 per person for a high end 2 week hoiiday ?I