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Looking for inspiration? Check out our Spotlight Experiences—a special collection of upcoming adventures from fantastic festivals to one-of-a-kind wildlife experiences

The Real Marigold Hotel

Adventure through Amritsar

Departures from next week

 

Miraculous Migrations

Whale Sharks and Butterflies in Mexico

Experiences between November and March


As seen on the BBC’s recent program, “The Real Marigold Hotel”, our Amritsar adventure visits the northern state of Punjab with an exploration of the remote Himalaya region. Experience one of India's most spectacular holy cities – Amritsar home to the spectacular Golden Temple. Take in mountain-hugging colonial towns, empty pine forests, and ‘Little Lhasa’, the home of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. You’ll even have a chance to meet his Holiness in person, before soaring through the mountainous landscape on a incredible paragliding adventure.

 


Starting in October, thousands of monarch butterflies begin their migration to the fir forests of the Angangueo Butterfly Sanctuary. At the same time hundreds of whale sharks return to feed in the shallow waters of La Paz bay in Baja California. On this incredible experience you’ll get up close to Mexico’s wildlife in its natural habitat - wandering through the butterfly laden trees and snorkelling alongside majestic whale sharks - before taking in everything else Mexico has to offer, including the breathtaking ancient city of Teotihuacán from a hot air balloon.

 

Delightful Diwali

Hindu Festival of Light

4th November 2018

 

Dead Exciting

Day of the Dead Celebration

28th October 2018

The most magical time to see India’s stunning sites, the festival of Diwali adds a riot of light and colour to the already rich cultural experience that is the Golden Triangle. The Hindu Festival of Light has feasts and fireworks aplenty, and the festivities run late into the night. This authentic experience is topped off by a stunning sunrise at the Taj Mahal, making for an enlightening adventure and a float along the serene waters of Udaipur’s Lake Pichola.

 




 

Coco was this year’s most talked-about child-friendly flick– set in a colourful world of music, skeletons and marigold decorations. But the real celebrations of Día de los Muertos take place in October - a cross-country, colourful celebration of life and death where parades turn into all night parties, music rings out from city parks and village squares, and marigolds and sugar skulls adorn graveyards and plazas. Believed to be the oldest festival in the world, Día de los Muertos is a public holiday and a huge part of the country's national culture.

 

The Real Marigold Hotel

Adventure through Amritsar

Departures from next week


As seen on the BBC’s recent program, “The Real Marigold Hotel”, our Amritsar adventure visits the northern state of Punjab with an exploration of the remote Himalaya region. Experience one of India's most spectacular holy cities – Amritsar home to the spectacular Golden Temple. Take in mountain-hugging colonial towns, empty pine forests, and ‘Little Lhasa’, the home of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. You’ll even have a chance to meet his Holiness in person, before soaring through the mountainous landscape on a incredible paragliding adventure.

Miraculous Migrations

Whale Sharks and Butterflies in Mexico

Experiences between November and March


Starting in October, thousands of monarch butterflies begin their migration to the fir forests of the Angangueo Butterfly Sanctuary. At the same time hundreds of whale sharks return to feed in the shallow waters of La Paz bay in Baja California. On this incredible experience you’ll get up close to Mexico’s wildlife in its natural habitat - wandering through the butterfly laden trees and snorkelling alongside majestic whale sharks - before taking in everything else Mexico has to offer, including the breathtaking ancient city of Teotihuacán from a hot air balloon.

Delightful Diwali

Hindu Festival of Light

4th November 2018

The most magical time to see India’s stunning sites, the festival of Diwali adds a riot of light and colour to the already rich cultural experience that is the Golden Triangle. The Hindu Festival of Light has feasts and fireworks aplenty, and the festivities run late into the night. This authentic experience is topped off by a stunning sunrise at the Taj Mahal, making for an enlightening adventure and a float along the serene waters of Udaipur’s Lake Pichola.

Dead Exciting

Day of the Dead Celebration

28th October 2018




Coco was this year’s most talked-about child-friendly flick– set in a colourful world of music, skeletons and marigold decorations. But the real celebrations of Día de los Muertos take place in October - a cross-country, colourful celebration of life and death where parades turn into all night parties, music rings out from city parks and village squares, and marigolds and sugar skulls adorn graveyards and plazas. Believed to be the oldest festival in the world, Día de los Muertos is a public holiday and a huge part of the country's national culture.

 

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