It is important to get the right balance between incorporating the iconic sights of any country with some less visited cultural highlights. And as always it is the quality of our guides that make the difference and bring these wonders to life.

Bhutan’s Buddhist religion is the perfect backdrop for a relaxed cultural and spiritual journey. Time your trip with one of the many festivals taking place in the beautiful dzongs and palaces. The highlight is Tiger’s Nest and we know a hidden route to access it before the masses arrive.
The famous Angkor Wat is on everyone’s hit list and we suggest entering it from the east gate to avoid the morning crowds. We can also arrange private entry into various temples and no trip to Cambodia is complete without the interaction with a surviving prisoner of the Pol Pot regime.
For some of the best ancient preserved temples Tamil Nadu reigns, but for those in search of the more recent dramatic structures, don’t miss Agra’s Taj Mahal, Amritsar’s Golden temple and Jodhpur’s Mehrangarh Fort – we know the best times to visit these with less people around and with the best guides in town.
Japan is like no other destination in Asia with the ultra-modern culture of Tokyo rising up against the traditional architectural wonders of Kyoto. We have experts in modern art, traditional architecture, samurai swords and sumo wrestling etiquette who can open closed doors in these cities.
Home to the incredible UNESCO heritage site of Petra, nothing will quite prepare you for this vision. There are numerous ways to visit the ancient city; by horseback or horse-drawn carriage, by camel or on foot, by sunrise or by moonlight, whichever you opt for our expert guides will navigate you away from the crowds.
This country’s culture has been influenced by India, China and Thailand but Bagan is where the most impressive Burmese ruins lie, with over 2,200 Buddhist pagodas and temples, we suggest seeing them by hot air balloon, bicycle and ox-cart to gain a different perspective.