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The Himalayan mountain range stretches over 2500 km in an enormous arc from the Indus river in the west to the Brahmaputra in the east. A paradise for those interested in geography, geology and ecology, here you can see all the processes associated with mountain building in progress and witness the effects these have on the plants, animals and people of the region. The spectacular landscape provides a backdrop of stunning beauty. 
We are delighted to present a range of special interest holidays/field trips to the Himalayas, offering you the opportunity to see at first hand something of the amazing geology, geography and ecology of the region ,as well as its culture. We work with partners in educational institutions, geology and geography societies and independent experts to deliver these trips.

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This is an excellent tour exploring the main highlights of Burma. See the sights of vibrant Yangon and romantic Mandalay. peek into village life, unwind in an old Colonial hill station and relax on Inle Lake. Visit glorious pagodas and Monastery’s and slip back in time with a horse and cart ride.

Bangkok • Yangon • Mandalay • Amarapura • Maymyo • Short Cruise on the Irrawaddy River • Bagan • Sagaing • Inle Lake • Inn Thein pagoda • Yangon • Bangkok

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Following Sir Aurel Stein’s Footsteps in Kashmir
Group Tour 10 to 21 August 2016

Following the trail of footsteps of the far-famed and highly acclaimed Hungarian born British explorer Sir Aurel Stein, Indus Experiences is organising a very special tour to Kashmir. The itinerary includes a trek to the alpine meadow of Mohand Marg in the Sindh Valley where Stein spent many summers and where we intend to erect a new memorial stone to the legend inscribed in English, Urdu and Sanskrit. Guest lecturers will be Susan Whitfield, John Falconer, both Curators at the British Library & Stein Researcher S.N. Pandita. Prior to departure, all guests will be invited to join Susan and John at the British Library for an orientation day, which will include the opportunity to view rare manuscripts collected by Stein, as well as his other personal documents. #travel   #kashmir   #history  

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There is quite a bit of interest from the newspapers in our +Family History Tours  #travel   #india   #heritage   #genealogy   #familyhistory  
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