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Jennifer Power - Trek the Nepalese Himalayas

Trek the Nepalese Himalayas

Home to some of the most iconic treks in the world and with showstopping scenery, there really is nowhere quite like the Nepalese Himalayas.
Sri Lanka road trip - Elephant Bath

Road trip through Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a compact country but has ancient cities, hillside tea plantations, wildlife sanctuaries and, of course, glorious beaches.
Indian Rupee

Your Indian rupee notes left from last holiday may now be worthless

If you have some rupees left from your last trip to India, you may find they are useless the next time you go back.
Universal Tours Sri Lanka

Universal Tours Sri Lanka

Universal Tours are a group of travel professionals with knowledge and experience of Sri Lanka.

Hotel Review: Park Hyatt Hadahaa, Maldives

At Park Hyatt Hadahaa you get complete tranquillity on an island with enough jungle vegetation to feel you’re in the wild.
Rebuilding homes in Nepal

Tour operator arranges house-building trip to Nepal post-earthquake

Participants from all walks of life can join the 10 day trip this November, spending 5 days in the Kathmandu Valley assisting with construction of metal frame houses for families currently without homes.
Ratha Yatra

10 Indian Festivals from Diwali to Vishu

List of 10 Indian festivals, from Diwali to Vishu, from Rajasthan to Kerala, from dance to costumes, from camels to colour.
Bradt Travel Guides - Kashmir

Kashmir: Jammu, Kashmir Valley, Ladakh, Zanskar (Bradt Travel Guides)

After decades of instability, Kashmir, encompassing a vast stretch of land from the Kashmir Valley to the mountains of Ladakh, is back on the tourist scene.
Empires of the Indus: From Tibet to Pakistan

Empires of the Indus: From Tibet to Pakistan

From Tibet to Pakistan, a mixture of travel, adventure and the history of the Indus River's civilizations and explorers.


A novel of high adventure, great storytelling and moral purpose, based on an extraordinary true story of eight years in the Bombay underworld.