Pakistan - Indus Silk RouteBe prepared for the experience of a lifetime on this fascinating journey following Pakistan's Silk Route to legendary Hunza.
Good to go
Whoever would have thought the summer of 2016-17 would turn into such a wash out. I thought about bailing on more than one occasion but settled instead for a spot of scheming about exciting places along the rim of the Indian Subcontinent. We found a sweet little trip on India’s far north eastern frontier, finalised the plan for the trip to Pakistan’s northwest frontier and confirmed the details for the trip into India’s Himachal Pradesh and the journey to Mt Kailash and beyond in Tibet.
If you were tempted by the preamble in our November newsletter now’s the time to grab a spot. Places are limited and these trips are good to go.
North West Frontier
Kashgar to Islamabad:
16 Days, Commences 09th September , concludes 24th September
US$3,500pp (share twin)
Join us in September when we return to Pakistan’s legendary North West Frontier. This discovery style journey will commence in Kashgar then take you beyond the icy ramparts of the Karakoram Highway to the forested foot hills of the Hindu Kush by way of Hunza and Shandur Pass.
India’s Hidden Kingdom
Delhi to Leh:
19 Days, Commences 03rd September, concludes 21st September
US$5,500pp (share twin)
September kicks off this touring style exploration of India’s stunningly picturesque Himachal Pradesh. We’ll be visiting the hill stations and following the trade routes into the headwaters of the Sutlej and Chenab rivers then beyond across the Zanskar Mountains to Leh in Ladakh.
Tibet Kailash Kora
Lhasa to Lhasa:
17 Days, Commences 03rd September, concludes 19th September
US$5,900pp (share twin)
In September we have our sights on the great expanse of Tibet’s western reaches and Mt Kailash, the perfect ‘World Centre’ of cosmic geomantic power. We plan to get the most from this adventurous trip by flying from Lhasa to Ali in far west Tibet and driving back by way of Mt Kailash and Everest Base Camp.
India’s Forgotten Frontier
Guwahati to Imphal:
16 Days, Commences 26th November, concludes 11th December
US$5,500pp (share twin)
In November we are off to India’s northeastern border states of Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland to experience the colourful Nagaland Hornbill festival and hill station life style of India’s remarkable frontier with South East Asia.
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