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TRAVEL 029


INDIA incredibleindia-tourism.org


WHY GO? Because there’s so much more to India than Rajasthan and Kerala. GO WITH: pettitts.co.uk; imaginetravel.com; audleytravel.com


Ask The Experts


“First timers usually travel to the Golden Triangle or head to southern Kerala. However, it’s easy to look beyond these and combine them with other places for a greater taste of the country,” advises David Pettitt of Pettitts Travel. “Delhi, Agra and Jaipur


are easily packaged with more rural Rajasthan. In the south, Kochi and the backwaters can be combined with little-visited northern Kerala, which is home to a fabulous plantation retreat called Amaryllis and the lesser-known beaches of Neeleshwar. “For returning visitors the


options are just about endless from Gujarat with its history and wildlife – especially the rare Asiatic Lion – to the tremendous temple towns of Chettinad, fantastic river cruising and the country’s lesser known national parks.”


MONGOLIA visitmongolia.com WHY GO? There’s one thing that enchants visitors to this landlocked country – its delightful people. But on top of that you have the great outdoors, superb adventures, magical festivals, serenity and spirituality, and home stays with nomadic families. GO WITH: trans-siberian.co.uk; gadventures.co.uk; regent-holidays.co.uk


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SRI LANKA srilanka.travel


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WHY GO? The tear drop island is the darling of travel lists this year, something being driven by the opening of new hotels and lodges as well as imaginative tours exploring off-the-beaten- track beaches and national parks with fewer visitors. GO WITH: transindus.co.uk; selectiveasia.com; pettitts.co.uk


It’s anyone’s guess what might happen to the pound in 2019. There are, though, destinations where decreasing fl ights and accommodation costs – and a slightly stronger sterling – might help your travel budget go further: • ICELAND • TURKEY • BRAZIL • CANCUN • TOKYO • BALI • LAS VEGAS & LOS ANGELES • RUSSIA • CAPE TOWN • SWEDEN


AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND tourism.australia.com; tourismnewzealand.com


WHY GO? Yes, it’s a long way but these two countries continue to delight both fi rst-timers and returning visitors. GO WITH: trailfi nders.com; austravel.com


Ask The Experts


“For 2019, we have given Australia and New Zealand their own dedicated brochure with more tours, experiences and inspiration,” says Trailfinders’ Nikki Davies.


“In New Zealand, we’ve introduced a


range of luxury lodges, including Hapuku Lodge and Tree Houses in scenic Kaikoura as well as the stylish Bay of Many Coves apartments with a secluded waterfront location in the heart of magnifi cent Marlborough Sounds.


“Queensland in Australia is proving


more popular than ever and for 2019 we’ve many exciting hotels as well as new local tours ensuring you experience a quintessential Aussie experience.”


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