South Asia Tours, Travel Destinations, and Trips | GeoEx

South Asia

A Kaleidoscope of colorful cities, remote monasteries, and ancient temples

Southern India by luxury train on the Deccan Odyssey

Luxury South Asia Tours & Travel

The people of South Asia are as varied and colorful as the terrain. Maroon-robed monks meditate in high mountain monasteries, tribal matriarchs draped in beads and bracelets trade goods in remote villages, turbaned rangers track tigers through the jungle, young women in kaleidoscopic saris frequent chaotic bazaars. Everywhere we turn there is someone interesting to chat with, giving us a window into life in this region.

We got our start in the Himalayas 40 years ago and have been exploring the area widely and deeply ever since. We have developed unmatched in-country expertise, particularly in Bhutan, and built strong relationships that help us open doors and find unexpected pleasures. Whether trekking among mountain teahouses or traveling by train through historic tablelands, itineraries are specially designed to delight travelers on our small group trips or private journeys. 

Where we go in South Asia

Travel far enough, you meet yourself.

David Mitchell

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