14 Oct 2019 - TransIndus are one of the UK’s leading specialists in tailor-made holidays to Asia with over 30 years’ experience.
Four new hotly anticipated Six Senses properties are now open in Bhutan, with a fifth scheduled to open in Bumthang in early 2020. TransIndus have designed a tour that covers the highlights of this enigmatic Himalayan Kingdom, with accommodation exclusively at these new Six Senses properties. Prices for the 11-day private tour start at £7995 per person.
Commencing its inaugural journey in September 2020, the Anouvong is the first vessel by Heritage Line to cruise the lesser-travelled Upper Mekong River in Laos. A new touring itinerary from TransIndus includes the three-night Golden Triangle Traverse cruise program, travelling downstream from Huay Xai to Luang Prabang. Other highlights on the tour include Vang Vieng, Vientiane and the Champasak region. Prices for the 17-day private tour start at £4925 per person.
As the tourism industry in Sri Lanka gradually recovers after April’s tragic events, travellers will be seeking to take advantage of discounted accommodation and fewer crowds. Designed for those keen to explore lesser-frequented corners of the Tear Drop Isle, TransIndus’ 15-day ‘Off-track Sri Lanka’ private tour includes safari game drives in Wilpattu National Park and a two-night live-aboard catamaran cruise around the Jaffna Peninsula. Prices start from £3995 per person.
In November TransIndus will be launching their new Indian Subcontinent brochure with a host of new itineraries in India that showcase unique experiences, including a day spent with the Raika community in rural Rajasthan and guided hikes along the ramparts of Kumbalgarh fort.
Over the coming weeks, the Southeast Asia specialists at TransIndus will be working on a new private tour of Vietnam that incorporates a two-night cruise around popular Halong Bay and lesser-visited Lan Ha Bay on the luxury Au Co ship. The itinerary will also include time spent exploring the idyllic natural surroundings of Mai Chau – an increasingly popular alternative to over-developed Sapa – and Ninh Binh, a region often dubbed “Halong Bay on land”.
If you would like further information about these new tours, please contact Sibi Kaur at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0208 566 3739.