India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka & Maldives
Whether it’s your clients first trip to India, or an annual voyage to this enchanting nation, there will always be something new to capture the imagination. From the thriving metropolis of Mumbai to the coastal fishing villages of Maharashtra, your clients will experience India with local experts specially curated by Le Passage to India.
A country steeped in traditions, Nepal is the perfect destination for the culturally-driven client. Its capital, Kathmandu, serves as a culture-lover’s playground, including discovering Buddhist and Hindu influences and incredible displays of architecture and woodworking.
Are your clients yearning to get back to nature? Would a holiday spent hiking, rafting, trekking, and bird-watching soothe their souls? Then it’s time they discovered Bhutan. Opening their doors to foreign tourism in 1974, Bhutan offers an undiscovered element unlike its neighboring countries. Your clients will be charmed from the moment they fly into Paro–but the beauty is just beginning.
After touching down in the capital city of Colombo, guests have paradise at their fingertips in Sri Lanka. With a square mileage of just over 40,000, this tiny island nation proves that good things come in small packages.
Known for its tranquil beaches, picturesque blue lagoons, and stunning coral reefs, the Maldives transports guests to a world where the sun, sand and sea meet. From enjoying water sports and boating to discovering spirituality and local culture, the Maldives are the perfect place to make memories that will satisfy all of your clients’ desires.
- Discover the Taj Mahal, take a riverboat ride on the Ganges, visit sacred temples, and sample delicious cuisine: Any wish your clients dream can come true. Isn’t it time you imagined yourself in India, too?
- For the adventure-seeking clients, we recommend taking advantage of nature further afield in Nepal. Clients can book activities like paragliding and trekking to discover the beauty of this dynamic nation.
- Sri Lanka offers 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 15 national parks showcasing an abundance of wildlife, nearly 500,000 acres of lush tea estates, 250 acres of botanical gardens, 350 waterfalls, and over 800 miles of coastline.
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