Suggested itineraries in June
For guaranteed sunny summer conditions, browse our itineraries to see where’s hot (but not too hot) in our exotic destinations. We can recommend a trip to Java, Indonesia, where June is one of the cooler months within the hot, dry season. It’s an ideal time to soak up some culture at the awe-inspiring Hindu and Buddhist temples or view Mount Bromo, Java’s feisty active volcano. The region on Ladakh in Northern India is a fantastic choice for trekking at this time of year; snow has disappeared, roads are open and the sun shines warmly.
Boutique Indonesia... Sun, Sand & Stylish Hotels in Lombok, Bali & Moyo Island
This quirky tour spans the tropical islands of Lombok, Bali and Moyo Island staying in some of Indonesia’s most stylish...View here
Himalayan Odyssey... North India's Finest Monasteries, Temples & Spas
A delightful tour starting with the incredible Golden Temple in Amritsar, followed by travels through the scenic foothills of the...View here
Outdoors Lover's Paradise... A Luxury Tour of the UK's Lakes, Lochs and Brochs
Great Britain has a great deal to offer lovers of the outdoors and this tailor-made itinerary allows you to explore...View here
The Perfect Summer Holiday in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka's cultural charms and natural beauty make her the perfect destination for an exotic Asian honeymoon. For a relatively...View here
Events in June
Poson Poya (Sri Lanka): 5th June 2020
Celebrates the arrival of Indian monk Arhat Mahinda to Sri Lanka who brought Buddhism to the country in the 3rd century.
Trooping the Colour (UK): 13th June 2020
On her official birthday, Her Majesty is joined by other members of the Royal Family at the spectacular Trooping the Colour parade which moves between Buckingham Palace, The Mall and Horseguards’ Parade as well as a public appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
Youth Day (Africa): 16th June 2020
Royal Ascot (UK): 16th - 20th June 2020
Rath Yatra Charriot Festival (Orissa, India): 23rd June 2020
Enormous elaborately decorated chariots pulled by a frenzied crowd through the streets of Puri, carrying the three sibling Hindu Gods, Lord Jagannath, Lord Balabhadra and Goddess Subhadra. The annual ritual journey that takes place between Puri’s main temple, Jagannath Temple and the Gundicha Temple, and attracts millions of devotees.
Masterpiece Fair (UK): 25th June - 1st July 2020
Dragon Boat Festival (China): 25th June 2020
Kandy Esala Perahera (Sri Lanka): 26th June - 6th July 2020
Sri Lanka's biggest festival, it comprises of ten nights or extravagant festivities and street dancers, involving fire dancers, drummers and bejewelled elephants.
Jaipur Literary Festival at the British Library (India/UK): TBC
Yadnya Kasada (Indonesia): TBC
Yadnya Kasada is a festival held by the indigenous Tengger community who live in the foothills of Mt Bromo. During the ceremony the villagers climb the to the top of the volcano to make offerings of food and flowers, believing that the volcanic activity is a for of God's wrath. Celebrated annually between July - August on every 14th day of the Kasada month on the Hindu lunar calendar.
Tenganan Warriors Festival (Indonesia): TBC
This War Dance is a well-preserved traditional ritual dedicated to Indra, the Hindu God of war and sky. Celebrated annually in Sasih Kalima, East Bali (Fifth month of the Balinese calendar), usually falls around June - July.
- Matthew Annable, Rajasthan, India
- Jaime Benitez, South India
- Leslie Siben, India
- Mr & Mrs Manson, North India
- Matthew Nicklin, North India
- Krista Weir, Sri Lanka
- Anonymous, India
- Mr Richard Stoughton, Sri Lanka
- Mr David Wallace, North India
- Mr Geoffrey Johnson, India