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Tour India’s Golden Triangle, trek Everest Base Camp, marvel at Japan’s shrines, or stay in a traditional Ger Camp in Mongolia on one of our unforgettable Asia tours. See the Terracotta Warriors standing resolute, drift atop Halong Bay in a traditional junk boat, visit the hilltribes in Thailand on a guided tour, or set off on a Mekong river cruise through Vietnam and Cambodia.
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13 Days Siem Reap to Ho Chi Minh City
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Taj Mahal at Sunrise
Share a moment of collective wonder as a golden glow envelops the iconic marble dome, throwing impressive poolside reflections. It’s everything you dream it to be.
Walk on The Great Wall
Take in views of fortified stone winding its way into the distance while underfoot are foundations and legends shaped over 2000 years ago.
Japan’s Cherry Blossoms
Pastel hues dust the countryside and cityscapes of Japan in springtime. Colourful petals cling to gnarly branches and fall like delicate snowflakes embellishing an already beautiful country.
The Temples of Angkor
There is a reason Angkor Wat features on Cambodia’s national flag. A symbolic monument that captures cultural and religious ideals, artistic prowess, and the hearts of visitors with its intricate design and commanding presence.
Secrets of the Silk Road
Swap the beaten path for one forged by early traders of commodities and cultures. Travel through Central Asia admiring incredible natural landscapes, relics of dynasties past, and the welcoming warmth of locals.
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What our clients are saying about their journeys to Asia
“Thoroughly enjoyable Sri Lanka tour”
We thoroughly enjoyed this trip. Some of the hotels were magnificent especially the one at Yala National Park. Some of the hotels were dated and needed renovations, all were comfortable. I think this tour had been outsourced as usually with Travelmarvel most meals and accompanying drinks are included and some people were irritated by having to buy their meals. More emphasis needed to be placed on the fitness level required as some of our group were certainly not up to climbing the number of steps ...read more at some sights.
“Another great G Adventures tour”
This was our 4th G Adventures tour and our second National Geographic style tour. What I really enjoy about these is being able to stay for a number of days in most locations giving more time to soak up the local atmosphere and to look around. Our tour leader, a local Thai who we called Su for short was fabulous, very helpful with lots of local knowledge. To visit the railway war museum and cemetery and then travel on the railway the POW's built was a highlight. The visit to Chiang Mai where we stayed ...read more 3 nights with the meal with a local family and also the market visit and cooking class were also highlights.
“India during Diwali”
Great trip - saw many aspects of Indian culture. Especially interesting at this time of the festive season. Be prepared for very very busy travel on the roads - trucks, buses, cows, camels, rickshaws, motor bikes etc etc. all going in various directions!!! Many women are dressed in their beautiful sarees for this period. The trip was excellent. The tour director did a well managed itinerary and was especially knowledgeable on the history and relevance of each attraction. We saw the Taj Mahal, Red ...read more Fort, Amber Fort to name a few. Of particular interest to us were the safaris at Ranthambore National Park and it did not disappoint. We saw a tigress with her two cubs eating the kill from the previous night and then a tiger at close quarters on the afternoon safari. The hotels were all of the best standard available in each area and we were very pleased with the accommodation and service that we received. The itinerary is full on and is jam packed to ensure that you get as much sightseeing that anyone could wish for. And not to mention the rickshaw ride around the streets of Delhi!!! Make sure that you take your heart pills before you go - but it is something not to be missed. Overall we had a tremendous time and would recommend this trip if you're thinking of travelling to the Golden Triangle.
“Japan Discovery ”
Our trip started with Typhoon Hagibis coming through Tokyo. Whilst this was concerning our tour guide Yuki made everyone feel at ease and kept our moods buoyant for the days ahead.
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31 October, 2019
Back-Roads Introduce Fresh Journeys (and a New Destination) to Their Asia Collection
Back-Roads has added four new itineraries to their Asia small group tour collection, including two journeys to Japan for the very first time. Lovers of Back-Roads who may have experienced their boutique trips in Europe, the UK or USA can now enjoy the Back-Roads experience in Japan as well as..
02 September, 2019
Unique Wildlife Experiences: In Search of India’s Big Cats
India is well known for its big ticket items – think the Taj Mahal, the Amber Fort, and the City Palace of Jaipur. However, there is something else big slinking through the Indian landscapes, and it comes striped, speckled, or framed by an elaborate mane. Along with a concentration of other..
08 August, 2019
Discover Japan’s Historic Districts
If it is the country’s rich history that draws you to Japan, then no doubt you’ll want to spend some time exploring the historic districts that boast fascinating narratives and well preserved illustrations of a time gone by. Keep an eye out for these areas of interest on your Japan tour..