• The land with unlimited facets, remarkable diversity, and a history like no other

  • India is located in the center of South Asia 

  • India's National emblem of four lions symbolize power, pride, confidence, and courage 

  • Population: 1.35 Billion

  • Capital: New Delhi

  • India has one of the world's fastest growing economy

  • India is rich in youth population

  • India has the world's largest democracy



  • India, as one of the most diverse nations on the planet, is the land of endless opportunities for all travellers

  • India is the home of 36 UNESCO World Heritage Sites 

  • India has a unique topography, ranging from the mountains of the Himalayas and peaceful plains, to the beaches and deserts, and from the water ways to the tropical forests and islands of the Andaman and Lakshadweep

  • In some places in India time has stood still for centuries while in other places time has been catapulted into the 21st Century

  • India is famous of its great hospitality,  and the genuine warmth of its people

  • India is rich in stunning palatial and state-of-the-art modern hotels and excellent cuisine



  • The two main classical languages of the world— Sanskrit and Tamil, are more than 3,000 years old

  • India is the seventh largest country in the world

  • In India there are Cave paintings from the Stone Age, and also the largest movie industry in the world

  • India was the 1st nation in the world to launch over a hundred satellites in one mission, and the 4th country to send a spacecraft to Mars

















  • Officially known as the Kingdom of Bhutan, is a tiny land in the Indian subcontinent 

  • Population: 800,000







  • Capital: Thimpu
  • Bhutan is notable for pioneering the concept of gross national happiness, an index to measure wellbeing and happiness of a nation
  • Bhutan is the world’s most exclusive tourist destination due to its untouched natural beauty

  • Bhutan has become a constitutional monarchy in 2008

  • Bhutan has its Mask dance of the drums from Drametse, registered in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List

  • Bhutan is famous for mountain adventure trekking and hiking with the most popular being the Jhomolhari Base Camp Trek, Snowman Trek, and Masagang trek




  • Capital: Kathmandu

  • Nepal's most famous landmark is in Lumbini, also a UNESCO World Heritage Site where the founder of Buddhism Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha) was born around 560 B.C.

  • Nepal is home to the tallest peak on the planet, Mt. Everest 

  • Eight of the ten highest peaks on earth (all above 8,000 meters) are in Nepal

  • Nepal has 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites out of which 7 are within 20 km from its capital, Kathmandu





  • For over 200 years it was the Kingdom of Nepal until becoming Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal in 2008

  • Nepal s landlocked between China and India          

  • Population: 26 Million







  • The Republic of Maldives,  is a collection of coral islands spread across the pristine lagoons in the Indian Ocean, south west of the Indian mainland

  • Population: 450,000

  • Capital: Male 

  • Maldives is one of the smallest countries in the world

  • The Maldives is the lowest country in the world, with maximum and average natural ground levels of only 2.4 m and 1.5m above sea level

  • White-sand islands fringed by crystal blue waters, rainbow coloured coral, the Maldives is the ultimate luxury island escape

  • The Maldives is the perfect place to experience the marine life up close through PADI certified SCUBA diving sessions, and snorkeling







  • The “Emerald Isle” also known as Ceylon during its colonial era, adopted its current name in 1972 as Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka 

  • It is located at the Southern tip of the Indian mainland separated by a narrow Palk Strait of just 50 km

  • Population: 22 Million

  • Capital: Colombo

  • Lanka has reference for millennia as the kingdom of the demon Ravana in the Hindu epic or Ramayana

  • Sri Lanka draws a lot of cultural influence and its cuisine from India its neighbour and the colonial Dutch, British, Portuguese rulers

  • Sri Lanka is the oldest democracy in Asia since 1931

  • Though a small country in size, it has 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites

  • The west coast is an ideal location to spot the largest mammals on the planet, the Blue and Humpback Whales

  • Arugam Bay on the east coast is on the list of the top ten surf points in the world

  • Sri Lanka grows one of the fine specialty teas of the World, well known as Ceylon Tea













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  • A team of experts who share a passion for travel and have an in-depth knowledge of all destinations in India, Nepal, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka

  • Bespoke services and customized travel plans

  • Extensive network with regional partners across the Asian Region

  • Proficiency in handling VIP / YPO clients.