It's all about wildlife, landscapes and architecture
The main reason that most people travel on safari is for the wildlife! Understanding the seasons and the way rivers flow and how they affect game movements is just part of what we think about when advising you on the best regions to which to travel. There is no brief too demanding and we relish every challenge!
A beautiful view is the window to your soul! Wherever possible, we choose places which restore, revitalise and nourish you! From a beautiful lodge in the Himalayan mountains, where you look straight out across the snow-capped mountains, to taking a houseboat along the backwaters of Kerala in India, to walking up a mountain in Bhutan, the only sound being that of the monks chanting in the distance. Cycling through Madhya Pradesh through beautiful scenery, or riding along the Bhramaputra River in Assam, or trekking in the Annapurnas in Nepal with its staggering views, one is surrounded by heart-stopping scenery.
Asian architecture leaves one spellbound. From the temples of Bagan in Burma, to the magnificent forts and palaces of Rajasthan with their rich colours and use of gold and silver, to the brightly coloured, intricately-built farmhouses and dzongs in Bhutan, to the colonial plantations in Sri Lanka (as well as the renowned, minimalist style of world famous architect Geoffrey Bawa), to the Lutyens-inspired colonial designs in Delhi and Calcutta, the entire experience is a stimulating pot pourri for the senses.