Bhutan culture seen on a private tour


Asia is a huge continent encompassing approximately thirty seven independent countries.

For purposes of travel to Asia, we have divided it into Central Asia (tours to the Five Stans), South East Asia (tours to Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos), South Asia (tours to Sri Lanka, India, Nepal and Bhutan), North Asia (tours to Mongolia and China). Travel to Asia will offer diverse experiences including a wide variety of minority cultures, beautiful landscapes, wildlife viewing, hiking, exquisite ancient ruins and modern cities.

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Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka:

The island nation of Sri Lanka is a land of white sandy beaches along the Indian Ocean, tropical lagoons, lush greenery, amazing wildlife and home to Theravada Buddhism.


"We'll enjoy a mix of sites and activities including museums and archaeological sites, Buddhist, Hindu and Muslim sites, several river cruises, a visit to the Chars and to Bandarban on this tour to Bangladesh. Two options: Highlights includes the Chars and the In-Depth tour additionally includes Chittagong and Bandarban.


The ancient Land of the Thunder Dragon hidden in the eastern folds of the Himalayas is home to the striking Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Lair) clinging to the edge of a cliff at 10,000 feet.
Travel Tibet

Nepal and Tibet:

Experince the Buddhist culture of Nepal and continue to Shangri-La. The Rooftop of the World. Its very name is Sanskrit for “heaven.” For centuries, Tibet’s mystery has captured the imagination of authors, artists, and adventurers with its spellbinding grandeur, striking landscapes, and the unwavering devotion of its people. Follows our Bhutan Tours.
Silk Road & Central Asia Tours

Central Asia & the SIlk Road:

Central Asia, the “Five Stans”, may also be referred to as the “Land of the Caravans.” The Caravan routes affected history and cultures greatly as they opened the lines of communication and trade between previously isolated societies, resulting in rich diversity and significant cultural growth.

The Caucasus Tour: Armenia-Georgia-Azerbaijan

The Caucasus is a mountainous area at the border of Europe and Asia, nestled between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. This extraordinary tour takes you to an extremely complex and fascinating part of the world. There are more than 50 ethnic groups living in the region. We enjoy diversity, astounding architecture and pristine landscapes.
Group Departures: May & September
Duration: 21 days
Priced From: $5430 (USD)

The North Caucasus Tour

The North Caucasus is a region of the Caucasus located in Southern Russia, bordering Georgia to the south and Krasnodar Krai, Stavropol Krai, and Kalmykia to the north. This is one of the world's most exotic and thrilling destinations!
Group Departures: May & September
Duration: 22 days
Extension from The Caucasus Tour: 10-21 days
Priced From: $TBA (USD)

Myanmar (Burma):

"Come you back to Mandalay, Where the old Flotilla lay..." Rudyard Kipling wrote of this far-off land of elephants, palm trees, temple bells and pagodas.
Travel China


China has the fastest growing economy in the world, and the population density in the major cities is astounding. But there are still places untouched by modern trappings, where traditions hold strong, and village life goes on as it has for centuries.


Land of the Great Khans and home to, perhaps arguably, the sturdiest steppe horses and best horsemen in the world, sparsely populated Mongolia retains its unspoiled, rugged, high plateau beauty.
Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia :

The Southeast Asia travel experience is magical, with incredibly friendly people, fascinating cultures and histories, and beautiful, lush tropical landscapes.


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