It is just a collection of a few travelling designations or places which are worth visiting in Asia.  We tried to get some data for these places for you.

Bhutan: Land Of The Dragon: Druk Path To Jimilangtso

With annual limits on the number of tourists let into the country, and the mystery surrounding this Land of the Dragon, you would feel privileged to be one of the few to take part in this trek through the Paro Valley. At its highest point, you climb 3350m to the Jimilangtso Lakes, famous for its Giant Trout.

Borneo: Conservation, Trekking, Diving, Jungle Survival

In this unique set-up, you can ‘pick and mix’ your activities in Borneo. Choose from taking part in conservation programmes with Rhino and Orangutans to getting your PADI diving certificate or climbing Mount Kinabaloo at approx. 4100m. We also offer a jungle survival course, which complements each of the optional programmes available.

China: Beijing, Xian, Yangtze River Cruise & Guilin: City Tour

Taking in some of the most intriguing and wonderful sights of Imperial China, including the famous temples and palaces of the capital city, Beijing, the Terracotta Warriors and of course the Great Wall of China, this trip will give you a real taste of traditional China.

China: Trekking and Cycling the Great Wall: Remote Villages

A challenging introduction to trekking and biking that takes you through some stunning landscape and scenery, from mountains to valleys and, of course, the Great Wall. You’ll end up at San Dao Gou School, a school for underprivileged children, where you’ll have the opportunity to take part in a school or community project.

India: Motorbiking Tour: Forts, Temples And The Taj Mahal: Tiger Reserve

Gain unique insight from the seat of an travel Enfield motorcycle into the lives of local people as you ride through the arid deserts and colourful cities of India.

India: Trekking Remote Villages & Snow Capped Peaks; Dharamsala

Experience India’s deep culture and religion with this trek to Ridge Camp, following the ancient route of pilgrims. Celebrate the end of your journey in Mcleodganj, the seat of His Holiness, the Dalai Lama. This is a challenging trek at altitude and is best suited to keen walkers.

Nepal: Everest Basecamp: Challenging Trekking: Himalayan Peaks

An exciting flight to Lukla starts our journey into a region justifiably famous for its Sherpa villages and monasteries as well as being home to the world’s greatest mountain, Everest.

Nepal: Three Challenges: Trekking, Rafting & Elephant Rides

Combining some of our most popular activities, this trip presents you with three challenges to conquer! Starting with a trek to Poon Hill, you’ll walk in one of the most famous trekking regions in the world – the Annapurna, where you will gain a real insight into Nepalese culture.