Sacred Wonders of the World - BBC One’s latest series
BBC1’s beautifully shot new three part series, Sacred Wonders, takes us to some of the world’s most famous landmarks that have been built in the name of religion. Whatever your religious beliefs, it's fair to say these man-made wonders are nothing short of magical.
Here are a few sacred wonders we'd be delighted to take you to.
A royal birthday party in Bhutan
Join the former king's 60th birthday celebrations in Thimphu this year on our 4th November departure of our Definitive Cultural Tour of Bhutan, the itinerary of which has just been revised in order to witness this special event.
Bhutan’s first international festival featured in The Guardian newspaper
Last month there was a magnitude of excitement as Bhutan hosted its very first annual International Festival. People from all over the world travelled to the remote Himalayan Kingdom to take part in the 10 day celebrations, and we helped organise travel arrangements for Jane Dunford, Travel Editor for The Guardian, to be a part of it. You can read about Jane's experience online on The Guardian.
Back to Tibet - two spectacular new holidays
After a period of visa uncertainties the Chinese authorities have simplified access to this ancient centre of Buddhism, allowing Mountain Kingdoms to offer more holidays in Tibet.
President of India visits Brahmaputra River cruise boat and presents an award
Congratulations to our friends in India on receiving the National
Tourism Award for the 'Most Innovative Tour Operator' for the
Brahmaputra river cruise on-board the M.V.Mahabaahu. Awarded by the
President of India on 18th March 2013.