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This ultimate itinerary follows the dramatic path of the famous Silk Road. Traverse Imperial China from capital Beijing to the nation’s barren western limits then through the secretive central Asian countries of Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. Your trip will finish with a half day sightseeing in the Sultanhamet area of Istanbul, Turkey.

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Japan is famous the world over for its gastronomic and cultural delights. This itinerary combines unique cookery classes, including a lesson from an expert soba chef and a sushi making master-class. Alongside this, plenty of time will be spent experiencing Japanese cuisine including a visit to Tsukiji, the world’s largest fish market.

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The neighbouring countries of India and Bangladesh have a shared history and many similar cultural traditions and this itinerary combines both with a unique journey through North East India and rural Bangladesh.

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Combining two of China’s finest national parks with Chengdu, the home of the panda, this journey introduces and explores the unrivalled natural beauty and wildlife of Sichuan Province.

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One of India's last remaining frontiers, travel to the eastern tribal state of Nagaland is challenging but hugely rewarding. A land of spectacular beauty and timeless history, indelibly linked to the colourful, indigenous tribal groups. The highlight of this journey is a two day visit to the Hornbill Festival, attended by 16 tribes of Nagaland.

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Home to the exceptionally preserved ‘Red Rose’ city, Jordan is a fascinating, historic and diverse land. As well as visiting the jewel of the region, the ‘Red Rose’ city, this itinerary combines visits to the beautiful Dana Nature Reserve, the unique Dead Sea and the largest dry river valley in Jordan, the Wadi Rum.

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This itinerary combines two of China’s largest cities and one of the world’s most important archaeological sites with the less frenetic pace of the relaxed water town of Suzhou. Explore the world famous cities of Shanghai and the Bund, Beijing’s Forbidden City and the Terracotta Warriors of Xi’an.

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India is renowned throughout the world for its food and this itinerary examines the diverse culinary traditions of Rajasthan and northern India. You will master cooking your own authentic Indian cuisine as well as learn about, and taste, camel milk.

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This itinerary combines two of India's finest national parks, Corbett and Ranthambore, whilst also incorporating comprehensive visits to Old and New Delhi, Agra for the Taj Mahal and two days in the stunning ‘pink city’ of Jaipur.

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One of the great journeys of the subcontinent, this tour is centred on the spectacular Manali to Leh road - one of the highest in the world and a route only briefly open for travel from July to September each year. Starting with three nights in the charming British hill station of Shimla, travel onto Manali then through the Kullu and Chamba valley.

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