Suggested itineraries in November
Winter has arrived in the UK and many take this opportunity to lap up Asia's warmer climes. This is an ideal time to visit southern India: the monsoon is over and everyone comes out to play. On a relaxing cruise on the marshy backwaters of Kerala you can see birdlife from your private deck. In Cambodia, the countryside is lush and cool from recent rains and the main influxes of tourists are yet to arrive. Take this chance to see the mystical ruins of Angkor Wat or explore the relaxed beach resorts in the south.
A Family Wilderness Adventure in Kipling Country
This bespoke Indian wildlife adventure has been especially designed for families travelling with children, bringing to life Rudyard Kipling's stories.View here
Grand Tour of South India... Our Signature Family-friendly Holiday
This fabulous journey cherry-picks the region's highlights, from the colonial charm of Cochin and the buzzing temple-town of Madurai to the...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
Maharajas' Express - North India’s Most Luxurious Train
Experience India’s most luxurious train, the Maharajas’ Express, on a fascinating route through bejewelled cities, cultural sites and wildlife parks.View here
Meandering Down the Mekong... Thailand, Laos, Cambodia & Vietnam
- Chiang Rai
- Luang Prabang
- Si Phan Don
- Siem Reap
- Phnom Penh
- Mekong Delta
- Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
This is our ‘super luxe’ Mekong itinerary. Sleeping both on the boat and in hotels, you will experience four countries...View here
Tamil Nadu & the Andaman Islands... Cultural Tour & Beach Holiday in South India
A chance to experience two extremes of India: Tamil Nadu, a fabulous alternative to Rajasthan renowned for its incredible centuries-old...View here
The Ultimate Burma Tour... No Stone Left Unturned
- Yangon (Rangoon)
- Inle Lake
- Maymyo (Pyin Oo Lwin)
- Mrauk U
- Ngapali Beach
This is our definitive Burma itinerary. As well as taking in all the major sites, this journey showcases all of...View here
Events in November
WTM London (UK): 2nd - 4th November 2020
The World Travel Market is an important trade event for those within the global travel industry.
Japan Culture Day (Japan): 3rd November 2020
This national holiday is dedicated to traditional Japanese culture and the arts. The Emperor personally awards those that have made the most advancements in their cultural fields with the prestigious 'Order of Culture' award in a special ceremony.
Cambodia Independence Day: 9th November 2020
Further East (Indonesia): 9th -12th November 2020
A four-day festival of events connecting Asia’s finest luxury hospitality brands with influential, regional-specialist buyers and media.
Black Necked Crane Festival (Bhutan): 11th November 2020
The festival is a time for locals to celebrate the arrival of this endangered bird which becomes an inseparable part of their daily lives during the winter months.
Diawali (India): 14th November 2020
The flickering flames of millions of tiny lamps dispel the darkness of the night in a celebration of the victory of light over darkness and good over evil.
Pushkar Camel Fair (India): 22nd - 30th November 2020
An exuberant, colourful and boisterous five-day fair where merchants, herders and traders arrive in Pushkar on camels, horses and on foot for the largest camel fair in India.
Labour Thanksgiving Day (Japan): 23rd November 2020
Thanksgiving (USA): 26th November 2020
- Mr David Wallace, North India
- Anonymous, India
- Jaime Benitez, South India
- Krista Weir, Sri Lanka
- Mr & Mrs Manson, North India
- Matthew Nicklin, North India
- Leslie Siben, India
- Mr Richard Stoughton, Sri Lanka
- Mr Geoffrey Johnson, India
- Matthew Annable, Rajasthan, India