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A Champagne Breakfast on Mount Everest — Without the Trek

By Mei Anne Foo - 13th April 2017

Now you can have breathtaking breakfasts at Mount Everest with views of the world’s highest peak, for an equally sky-high price. It used to be a time-consuming and harrowing experience to get to the Everest Base Camp (EBC) for a glimpse of the world’s highe...

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Now you can pop to Everest for Breakfast

By Sadie Whitelocks - 7th April 2017

Now you can pop to Mount Everest… for BREAKFAST: The Explorations Company helicopter guests to base camp for Champagne, croissants and a VERY good view. For those looking for a wild breakfast experience. Guests are flown from Kathmandu to the mountains via ...

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Now you can have a breath-taking breakfast at Everest

By John O'Ceallaigh - 7th April 2017

An exertion far beyond the physical abilities of most, scaling Mount Everest successfully is an incredible accomplishment. Lazier or time-poor types can now, however, get a sense of what ascending that fabled peak is like by participating in a helicopter to...

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Everest Champagne Breakfast at 18000 feet

By Nikki Ekstein - 5th April 2017

In December 2017, chefs from Noma and London’s Ledbury built the world’s highest-altitude pop-up restaurant at Mount Everest Base Camp in Nepal. It sounded like a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and in many ways, it was. But in fact, you can pop up to Evere...

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I wanna be a jungle VIP Madhya Pradesh Central India

By Kate Eshelby - 16th April 2016

I’m in the jungles of Central India, in Madhya Pradesh, with my husband, Mark and our two Mowglis Zac and Archie, aged four and two. From Mumbai, you fly to Bhopal, then it’s a three-and-a-half hour drive; a long trek, but the rewards come rich and fast.

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A guide to planning your summer getaway

By Alex Gladwin - 10th April 2016

Rather than booking standard holidays that take you on well-trodden tourist trails, why not opt for something extraordinary instead? There’s no shortage of options on offer. From safaris across the Serengeti Plains to whale watching off the coast of Sri Lan...

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Discovering Asia: The Ultimate Family Holiday

By Jalen Carpenter - 27th January 2016

Singapore, Maldives, Tokyo and Hong Kong are just a facet of the exquisite jewel that is Asia. The continent is flowing a plenty with a plethora of beautiful and majestic culture, rich history, spirituality, architecture, cuisine, wildlife and much more. As...

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Travelling to Asia - Hints and Tips

By Mark - 24th January 2016

Encompassing everything from soaring mountains and vast plains to sleepy villages and bustling cities, Asia has something to offer any discerning traveller. So, if you’re planning a holiday to this part of the world, you can be sure you’re in for a truly me...

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Fly by nights | The best city stop-overs

By Daisy Finer - 15th December 2015

Whether you are en route to a bigger adventure or in town for business, the ideal city stop-over can make or break your stay. Here we give you three of the best.

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3 Must-try holiday activities in Bhutan

By Hayley Warren - 2nd November 2015

Bhutan may not feature on lists of the world’s most popular holiday destinations, but this is one of the kingdom’s charms. Nestled in the Himalayas between China and India, this remote country with its undulating, dramatic landscapes is the perfect place to...

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India’s colourful and inspirational travel experiences

By Jo Vickers - 16th June 2014

From new mobile tented camps and restored houseboats in Kashmir to wine-tasting trails and antique hunting, Asian Explorations has been specialising in experiential holidays across India for over 15 years. Here are just some of the options available in Ind...

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India Luxury Cycling Holidays

By My Adventure Travel - 19th February 2014

India displays diversity unparalleled to any other country in the world. It is blessed with the highest mountains, the mightiest rivers, vast flatlands, dense forests, sun soaked beaches, a great desert and hundreds of tropical islands. Combined with a cult...

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See the real Asia with Asian Explorations

By Jo Vickers - 18th February 2014

Extraordinary journeys for extraordinary people. Featuring Bhutan, Borneo, Burma, India, The Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka, Asian Explorations’ holidays stand out from the crowd. With excellence, exclusivity and experience at the heart of everything Asian E...

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Traveller's guide: Indian wildlife holidays

By Harriett O'Brien - 14th December 2012

Welcome to the jungle: it's a very Indian entity. The word derives from Sanskrit jangala, meaning uncultivated ground or scrubland, and was adopted by British traders in the mid-18th century. Thereafter it also acquired associations with steamy forest and w...

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Bhutan Happy Valleys

By Nick Niarchos - 2nd November 2010

The beauty of Bhutan lies in its natural harmony – it’s mystical, monastic, and far, far away. Nick Niarchos takes a journey to the zen side. An hour after the twin-propeller Druk Air flight passes Everest, it circles into the steep Paro Valley and I’m stru...

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Capture the Kingdom of Bhutan

By Hazel Lubbock - 9th August 2010

Luxury retreat Uma Paro has teamed up with experienced tour guide and photographer Ugyen Wangchuk, to give guests the chance to see Bhutan through the lens of a camera. The seven-night trip takes aspiring photographers on in-depth explorations of the countr...

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How tourism can help save the tiger

By Brian Jackman - 24th June 2010

The killing of a tiger on an illegal game drive in an Indian reserve has reopened the debate over how best to protect the animal. Peter Hughes argues that tourism is essential but must be better managed. Brian Jackman (Page 10) reports from one park that is...

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Jungle Bookings in Madhya Pradesh, India

By Victoria Mather - 20th April 2007

India is indeed the land of the tiger with some superb tiger reserves found all the way from the Himalayan foothills to the reserves in the deep south. Indian Explorations arranges wildlife holidays to India which are expertly tailored by one of India’s top...

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Where to see Tigers in India

By Clementine Hambro - 6th April 2007

Tiger safaris in India are a wonderful way of exploring some of the finest wilderness in the Indian subcontinent. Tigers continue to suffer from a host of pressures but we believe that tiger tourism – if done sensitively and imaginatively in a well-regulate...

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