Indus has an exciting collection of experiences to suit your individual interests including Cultural, Beach, Wildlife, Nature, Architecture, Luxury Train and River Cruising. Each can be taken as a standalone or as a combination in a tailor-made tour.
When discussing your detailed holiday plans, your Personal Consultant can incorporate a variety of experiences to make the journey more memorable. Indulge in an unforgettable luxury train journey living the life of a fabulously wealthy Maharaja or cruise the mighty Mekong, Ganges or Brahmaputra Rivers in style. Relax on the golden shores of Asia, check in to an Ayurvedic retreat for holistic lifestyle overhaul or wander the ruins of ancient civilisations. Spoil yourself on a Multi-centre holiday; a cultural tour of the Highlights of Southern India combined with a Sri Lankan Beach stay for example or exploring the gems of Nepal combined with a tiger ‘shoot’ in India, the possibilities are truly endless.
The Indus Experiences collection is always evolving so please don’t hesitate to ask if your particular interest/hobby can be included in your tailor-made tour.
Asia is blessed with some of the most wonderful beaches in the world with palms fringing the shore line gently swaying in the breeze….. indeed, it’s true…not just a romantic notion!Read more
We create carefully planned bespoke tours which are suited to family / multi generational travelRead more
The cultural highlights of the Indus Experiences tours is wide ranging and encompasses the best each nation has to offer perceptive travellers. Tours, for example, explore the mysteries of Angkor Wat, delve into the beauty of the fragile Shore Temple and majestic Temples of Tamil Nadu, and wander the beauty of Sri Lankas ancient cities listening to the fading echoes of time.Read more
Throughout the Indus Experiences portfolio of tours there runs an underlying theme – architecture. No matter where you go the centuries of cultural growth has left its indelible mark with stunning buildings raised to praise and worship the gods, vast ruined cities still bearing witness to their past glory, impressive Colonial grandeur and modest yet still superb traditional homes.Read more
Family History Tours
A fascinating joint venture between Indusexperiences and BACSA, the British Association for Cemeteries in South Asia aims to use cemeteries as a means of increasing awareness of Britain’s contribution to the sub-continent’s heritage – and, at the same time to help travellers and tourists connect with their own family histories.Read more
Thunder across the vastness of the Indian plains in a leviathan crossing the mighty continent - first class of course! Chug up the precipitous mountain sides in tiny toy trains for thrilling experiences.Read more
Our exclusive nature and photographic tours are led by highly experienced specialists. Learn about wildlife and photography, see and identify fantastic birds, butterflies and mammals.Read more
Throughout all our destinations Indus Experiences offers guests fascinating insights into the diverse wildlife of the chosen country. Be entranced when glimpsing a rare Bengal Tiger in the wild Sunderbans of India, or an Irrawaddy Dolphin in its famed namesake River.Read more
River Boats give a totally different perspective of a country to the traveller….life slows down as days laze into one another….but all is not relaxation! Excursions include exciting mini voyages of discovery - including tiger spotting, bird watching, local sightseeing and cultural highlights.Read more
Indus experiences is a leading innovator on Earth Science tours with a vibrant collection of intriguing tours, including geology to the fabled Himalayas and the wonders of Oman.Read more
What our clients say
Stuart and Pauline - India Holiday
Finally got around to writing to thank you for the most amazing trip. Everything, and I mean everything, was spot on. The hotels, flights and transportation was just right. Everyone was were they were supposed to be, on time and very welcoming. All the guides were knowledgeable and made sure we were able to cross the road when required, which in India is not easy.…