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 2020, delve into the fabulous and fascinating history of India on India's Glorious History Led by Dr Rima Hooja while Professors Mike Searle and David Gellner lead an exciting tour to Nepal to discover the Geology of the region and its influence on every aspect of life from architecture to food.
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.
India’s Glorious History – The Essential Highlights
11 – 24 October 2020
14 days from £3,485.00
London - Delhi - Amritsar - Delhi - Agra - Jaipur - via Mumbai to London
This tour is Led by Dr Rima Hooja consultant director at MSMSII Museum City Palace Jaipur. Delve into the fabulous and fascinating history of India.Read more
A Himalayan Adventure: Nepal’s Rocks and Temples
14 – 29 September 2020
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
What our clients say
K Bennet - India & Nepal Holiday
Just to say a very big thank you for arranging our wonderful holiday in Nepal. We had a marvellous time and were so beautifully looked after. The magnificence of the mountains together with the kindness and consideration of everyone we met hopefully will call us back before too long. 10 days was just too short.