Although we call ourselves ‘Indian Dreams’, we are pleased to offer you an array of destinations beyond just India. To find out more about planning a trip to any of the below destinations please fill out an enquiry on our Make an Enquiry page or feel free to contact us directly through phone or email.
Myanmar is an enchanting country filled with history and culture. Formally known as Burma, Myanmar is endowed with one of the most diverse countryside in all of Southeast Asia. You can go from beaches to towering mountains, and in between lie thousands of temples and untouched dense jungles. Myanmar is situated between India, China, Bangladesh, Laos and Thailand.
Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon) is an island nation south of India in the Indian Ocean and a land like no other.
From sun-kissed sandy beaches to spicy cuisine, 10 UNESCO World Heritage sites, the golden valley of Ceylon Tea, evergreen rain forests, national parks at different altitudes and climates, garden cities, world famous land and water based adventure tracks; its diverse landscapes are incredible. It is also famous for its ancient Buddhist ruins, including the 5th-century citadel Sigiriya, with its palace and frescoes. The city of Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka's ancient capital has many ruins that date back more than 2,000 years. It has something to offer to everyone, or better still: it has everything to offer in one holiday!
Set amid the beautiful scenery of the Himalayas, the tiny & remote kingdom of Bhutan is a unique destination which retains a distinct character largely untouched by the modern world. Almost completely cut off for centuries, it has tried to let in some aspects of the outside world while fiercely guarding its ancient traditions. The Bhutanese name for Bhutan, Druk Yul, means “Land of the Thunder Dragon” Bhutan finally opened up to outsiders in the 1970’s. A deeply Buddhist nation, the country maintains a deliberate separation, forging a divergent path from the global homogenization, best exemplified by the philosophy of Gross National Happiness, where the country measures the wellbeing of its citizens rather than their economic wealth. Visiting Bhutan feels like a privilege, an opportunity to gain a rare insight into a lifestyle and culture that is very different from anything that you will experience elsewhere.
Whether you are there to trek in the mountains, to explore ancient cities or experience the incredible wildlife, Nepal’s mountain scenery is something you will never forget. Nepal is a landlocked Himalayan state that shares borders with Tibet to the north and northwest, and India to the west, south and east. The greater part of the country lies on the southern slope of the Himalayas, extending down from the highest peaks through hill country to the upper edge of the Ganges Plain. The hilly central area is crossed by the Lower Himalayas where the majestic Mount Everest - the highest peak in the world can be found.