Pushkar Camel Fair

. In October/November 2013, we hosted a Photography Tour with Dave Metcalf. His travel writer wife Stephanie Brookes also came along on the trip. The result of that union is this fantastic article published in the Air Asia in flight magazine this month. Have a read.  Inspired? Join us this year as we return to [...]

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Incredible Nepal Photography Tour – September/October 2013

  What happens when you put together a professional photographer who loves landscapes, amazing skies, sunrises, sunsets and fabulous architecture with Incredible Nepal? A Photography Tour with the most amazing opportunities to capture landscapes, people, architecture, wildlife and more. Our inaugural Photography Tour has just finished up in Kathmandu and boy, did we have an [...]

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Why come to India on our Photography Tour

. Dave Metcalf now based in Bali,Indonesia has had a passion for photography and travel since he was 17 years old, when he first left the shores of New Zealand. This wanderlust has taken Dave to over 30 Countries, always with Camera in hand and a desire to capture the true essence of what he [...]

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Why come to Nepal on our Photography Tour

Our tour is led by photographers so we make sure that we get you to the right place at the right time for fantastic photo’s. Most tours are led by tour companies who take you to as many places as possible in the shortest amount of time. This means that inevitably you are always in [...]

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Our favourite places in India – Hampi

A small quaint village in the middle of the Deccan Plateau, in the middle of South India, Hampi is believed to be Kishkindha, the monkey kingdom, home of King Sugreeva and Hanuman mentioned in the Ramayana. The first historical settlements in Hampi date back to 1 AD. It is also believed to be a location [...]

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Our favourite places in India – Bharatpur

  Bharatpur, 60km west of Agra, was founded in 1733 by the Jats, a caste of Hindu farmers/peasants. In the late 17th century, they were bandits who would loot caravans between Delhi and Agra. By 1750, Badan Singh and his armies controlled almost all land between Delhi and Agra and succeeded in defeating the Mughals. [...]

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Our favourite places in India – Mahabalipuram

Often referred to as an Open air museum, Maahabalipuram dates back to the Tamil Pallava dynasty in the 7th-9th century. The structures here, mostly carved straight out of granite, are among the oldest existing examples of Dravidian (South Indian) architecture. Mahabalipuram was named after the great demon Bali, who was defeated by Vishnu in his [...]

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Our favourite places in India – Roopangarh

  Roopangarh Fort was once a vast war fort with nine tower fortifications. This architectural marvel used to house foundries, armouries, granaries, underground passages, jails and palaces. The fortress was originally built by, and named after, Maharaja Roop Singh of Kishangarh. It was sited at strategic point atop a hill to the north of Kishangarh [...]

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Our favourite places in India – Madurai

Madurai, meaning Nectar city was named after drops of nectar fell on the spot from Shiva’s locks. Famed for the awe-inspiring Sri Meenakshi Temple, Madurai is often referred to as the Athens of the east, and with a history dating back more than 2500 years, Madurai was an important cultural and commercial centre even as [...]

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Our favourite places in India – Dharamsala

Within sight of the Dhauladar range, Dharamsala (meaning ‘rest house’) is perched on the high slopes in the upper reaches of the Kangra Valley in the Western Indian Himalayas. Dharamsala was set up by the British as a garrison town in the mid-1850s. Divided into two distinct and widely separated sections, Dharamsala, and McLeod Ganj, [...]

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