Adventure World Travel: India, Sri Lanka and Nepal 2019

Return of a standalone India brochure for AW

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Award-winning tailor-made specialist, Adventure World Travel, has launched its 2019 India, Sri Lanka and Nepal collection, with a focus on wildlife and heritage properties in the region.

India was the first destination Adventure World Travel explored with guests 40 years ago, and this new collection further cements the brand’s commitment to the destination.

Adventure World Travel has expanded its wildlife collection, with the addition of a wildlife-focused section in the new brochure. The new four-day ‘Kaziranga Land of the Rhinoceros’ boasts some of India’s best wildlife, plus the brochure offers more opportunities to spot tigers, snow leopards and Asiatic lions in the country’s world-renowned national parks. The brand has become distinguished for crafting its trips to suit travellers’ needs, with ample opportunities to experience the wonders of nature, responsibly.

Also new for 2019, the five-day Andaman Islands Discovery offers travellers the chance to experience the incredible beauty of this remote and mostly uninhabited part of the world, staying on Radhanagar Beach, a slice of tropical paradise located on Havelock Island.

In Sri Lanka, Adventure World has added a 13-day Sri Lanka Tea, Sea and Safari trip for 2019, allowing guests to experience the country’s best cities with stays in unique heritage properties. A highlight of the trip is a hot air balloon ride over spectacular landscapes and historic sites.

Neil Rodgers, Adventure World Travel Managing Director commented: “From a market analysis we noticed there was a void in the provision of in-depth India & Sri Lanka tailor-made portfolios.

“By returning a dedicated brochure, it has allowed us to further highlight our complete collection with an emphasis on wildlife experiences and heritage properties. With the removal of India Tourism from the local market earlier this year we thought it even more important to showcase the range and support marketing of the destination.”

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