Exclusive Experiences for Oxford & Cambridge Alumni
Indus Experiences Alumni tours, exclusive to Oxford and Cambridge Alumni, are sought out by the academic cognoscenti. Small groups, led by eminent academics, explore the diversity of the the country we visit, making a journey of fascinating cultural and academic discovery. The tours are an eclectic mix of topics, perfect to assist studies, to grow in knowledge and absorb the wonders of life.
In 2021, delve into the fabulous and fascinating history of India on India's Glorious History Led by Dr Rima Hooja. Traveling in the footsteps Rudyard Kipling, try your luck at spotting Balo and Sher Khan in 2 of India's National Parks whilst learn about Kipling's life and work on our 2021 "Kipling & The Jungle Book" Tour. Join Professors Mike Searle and David Gellner lead an exciting tour to Nepal in 2021 to discover the Geology of the region and in 2022 a rare opportunity for amateur geologists to explore the landscapes and geology of Oman led by Professors Mike Searle and Bruce Levell.
It’s not all work on these tours as time is given to savour the highlights of the areas visited. For further information and arranging a new tour to suit specific interests please call 020 8901 7320.
There are occasionally places available for non-Oxford and Cambridge Alumni. Please contact 020 8901 7320 for further information.
Moorish Architecture – Al Andalus
9 -18 September 2022
10 days from £3,570.00
London - Gaucin - Ronda - Cordoba - Seville - Jerez - Granada - Malaga - London
Join this fascinating Alumni Tour to In Al-Andalus, the Islamic kingdom on the Iberian Peninsula that lasted nearly 800 years. The Moors created some of the most spectacularly beautiful architecture ever seen in western Europe, discover the history with Ian & Jacqueline Cockburn who will delve deep into the history and architecture of Al Andalus.Read more
Walk in the Himalayas
06-15 May 2022
10 days from £2,620.00
London - Delhi - Binsar Khali Estate- Villages of Kumaon - Delhi - London
Walk in the Himalayas – an inspiring holiday from a unique social perspective. This holiday itinerary is planned to keep in mind the simple lifestyle of the areas we will be visiting. We are working in partnership with the villages of Kumaon region to establish, develop and manage a unique ethical, responsible tourism. Above all, the aim is to provide great holidays that will inspire and delight our guests. Sustainability is vital, with ownership in the hands of villagers both our guests and hosts are the beneficiaries.Read more
A Himalayan Adventure: Nepal’s Rocks and Temples
20 September – 05 October 2022
16 days from £3,580.00
London - Kathmandu - Bandipur - Pokhara - Jomsom - Gyemi - Tsarang - Lo Manthang - Pokhara - Kathmandu - London
A small group tour led by Professor Mike Searle & Professor David GellnerRead more
A Geology Field Trip to Oman
Saturday 15 - Thursday 27 January 2022
13 days from £4,995.00
London - Muscat - Al Sawadi - Wadi Al Abyadh - Rustaq - Wadi Bani Kharus, Hajir & Mistal - Nizwa - Bahla & Wadi Nakhr - Saiq Plateau - Muscat - As Sifah - London
A small group tour led by Professor Mike Searle & Professor Bruce Levell.Read more
Kipling & The Jungle Book
29 Oct-15 Nov 2022
18 days from £4,759.00
London - Mumbai - Kanha Tiger Reserve - Bhandavgarh National Park - Agra - Delhi - Shimla - Amritsar - London
Alumni Tour Led by Dr Sarah ShawRead more
What our clients say
Antony Perkins - India & Nepal Holiday
Just a quick note to say thank you for organising a really fantastic trip. We all enjoyed Nepal immensely (apart from the Roads!), and my trip to Rajasthan was a real pleasure in every way. Thank you very much indeed, and I would be grateful if you would let your partners in those countries how much we appreciated their services!
Textiles, Arts & Crafts of Bhutan – Talk by Zara Fleming
Isolated from the outside world for centuries lies the tiny Kingdom of Bhutan. Join Indus Experiences and Trip Scholar Zara Fleming for a virtual webinar where they will delve into the Culture, Textiles, Arts and Crafts of Bhutan. March 24, 2021 at 11:00am GMT.Read more