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    other interior textiles are certain to prove tempting Hot Pink Head to Hot Pink for womenswear and accessories indianeye iStock No Jaipur shopping guide would be complete without the stellar Hot Pink which is in fact outfitted with hot pink carpets and furnishings Co founded by Parisian jewellery designer Marie Hélène de Taillac and Gem Palace jeweller Munnu Kasliwal the boutique offers up a tasteful and uniquely local aesthetic vision Located in the palace gardens of Narain Niwas the airy shop focuses primarily on colourful cutting edge womenswear from India based designers though leather pieces and other accessories are also a focus Close Article Default 10 22 Jaipur Sri Lanka Travel Five Anticipated Hotel Openings Friday December 4 2015 2015 has been a stellar year for Sri Lanka travel For one thing the country has become easier than ever to discover thanks in part to Cinnamon Air The domestic airline has just announced new daily flights between Colombo Castlereagh Reservoir and Koggala those seasonal itineraries will last from 15th December 2015 up to 31st March 2016 Read More 2015 has been a stellar year for Sri Lanka travel For one thing the country has become easier than ever to discover thanks in part to Cinnamon Air The domestic airline has just announced new daily flights between Colombo Castlereagh Reservoir and Koggala those seasonal itineraries will last from 15 th December 2015 up to 31 st March 2016 It s excellent news indeed especially in light of the country s latest batch of luxury hotel openings Once you ve got your flights booked make a note to stay in one of these five gorgeous venues all of which are throwing open their doors in the next few months It s just the time of year to treat yourself to a getaway Ani Villas Ani Villas is helping to put Sri Lanka back on the luxury travel map Ani Villas Located along Sri Lanka s picturesque southern coast Ani Villas is one of several new hotel openings that are helping to transform this region into a new luxury haven The 15 bedroom hotel is a master study in modern Sri Lankan design with its elegant tropical ambiance but once you arrive you may find your attention is drawn to the sandy beach and crashing waves beyond On site guests can sign up for South Asian cooking classes go for cycle tours and treks of the surrounding scenery and enjoy the private spa and pool Make note Ani Villas will be throwing open its doors just in time for Christmas Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort The gorgeous Anantara is located on a coconut plantation right along the coast Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort Its name might be a mouthful but Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort is no misnomer This striking new resort just so happens to be located on a sprawling coconut plantation and given its coastal location also abuts the Indian Ocean Those after a luxury experience can book into one of four private villas each of which boasts its own pool Gourmands also have ample opportunity to indulge in the hotel s bespoke Dining by Design programme which invites a personal chef to cook up a special menu and serve it beachside Santani Soon to open Santani is billed as Sri Lanka s first high end wellness resort Santani The lovely Santani which is set to open at the beginning of 2016 is billed as the country s very first luxury wellness resort It s an impressive and destination worthy accolade Guests are encouraged to leave behind their devices and digital distractions to soak up the hilly central Sri Lankan scenery Without the Wi Fi visitors can dine in the resort s elevated restaurant relax near an outdoor campfire swim and practice yoga and go on treks around the area s tea plantations and hiking trails Tri Tri is the perfect stay for eco minded visitors Tri This is one for the nature lovers The resplendent Tri which will officially welcome guests from 12 th December 2015 prides itself on its visionary eco friendly accommodations Located along Lake Koggala between Galle and Weligama on the southern coast the sustainable resort comes outfitted with living walls uses solar hot water and otherwise invites visitors to nestle into its 10 ultra green villas When it comes to activities a treetop Yoga Shala with treatment rooms and steam caverns is a must as are the cantilevered pool library and entertainment room Chena Huts Chena Huts gives the safari lodge genre a high end makeover Uga Escapes Another exciting announcement in Sri Lanka travel is the opening of the new Uga Escapes property Chena Huts Thanks to its location adjacent to Yala National Park this luxury safari lodge will host daily game drives where visitors can hope to spot leopards elephants and other exotic wildlife In the evenings a retreat to a private pool accompanied hut is in order only after some fine dining and cocktails in the hotel s bar and restaurant of course Close Article Default 16 39 Sri Lanka The Best Luxury Cruises in India Friday November 27 2015 India is famous for its iconic train journeys which provide luxury accommodations and a way to see the sights all at once But for another maybe even more relaxed way to tour the country it s hard to do better than travel by boat These five luxury cruises in India trawl Kerala s backwaters float through rural Bengal even chart the famous Ganges Visitors can lap up the riverside scenery while making the most of onboard amenities from home cooked meals and plentiful bottles of bubbly to cultural performances and Ayurvedic massages Bon voyage Read More India is famous for its iconic train journeys which provide luxury accommodations and a way to see the sights all at once But for another maybe even more relaxed way to tour the country it s hard to do better than travel by boat These five luxury cruises in India trawl Kerala s backwaters float through rural Bengal even chart the famous Ganges Visitors can lap up the riverside scenery while making the most of onboard amenities from home cooked meals and plentiful bottles of bubbly to cultural performances and Ayurvedic massages Bon voyage Oberoi MV Vrinda The MV Vrinda hosts a luxurious dining room sumptuous cabins and even traditional dance performances Oberoi Hotels Resorts The Oberoi MV Vrinda is small enough to thread its way through Kerala s backwaters and to offer a wonderfully personal experience as there are just eight Deluxe Cabins on board but spacious enough to host its own elegant wood panelled dining room with both indoor and outdoor seating As the cruiser wends its way through Vembanad Lake and the Allepey waterways guests can sup on regional cuisine sip cardamom tea on the deck take in traditional dance performances even enjoy 24 hour butler service Assam Bengal Navigation Assam Bengal Navigation offers cruises on the famous Ganges Assam Bengal Navigation When it comes to luxury cruises in India it hardly gets more memorable than a journey along the Ganges Assam Bengal Navigation offers a special itinerary for those hoping to discover India s most famous river first hand allowing guests to enjoy the unique scenery including Mughal ruins Buddhist monuments and other stunning sights A number of other itineraries meanwhile take visitors from Kolkata into the Bengal countryside cruise past vibrant Varanasi discover the Brahmaputra River near Bangladesh and beyond The Lotus The Lotus offers a relaxed way to discover Kerala s backwaters Neeleshwar Hermitage Planning a special occasion holiday Whether you ve got a romantic getaway in the works or are after a memorable family voyage The Lotus houseboat run by Neeleshwar Hermitage and constructed in the traditional Keralan style promises a highly personalised experience It helps that there are just two bedrooms on board accompanied by teak floors verandas and fully functional en suite bathrooms When not relaxing guests can catch rays on the sundeck stop for a drink in the bar or sign up for an Ayurvedic massage Spice Coast Cruises Spice Coast Cruises transport guests on traditional Keralan vessels CGH Earth CGH Earth s Spice Coast Cruises are aptly named held along Kerala s lush backwaters surrounding Lake Vembanad the boats pass plantations where cardamom coffee tea and other fragrant ingredients are grown The vessels used are traditional eco friendly Kettuvallom houseboats that have been subtly tweaked to be as accessible as possible for modern guests With drinks in hand visitors can doze in the sun before enjoying meals prepared by their boatmen In short the luxury cruises provide one of the best ways to soak up Kerala s wonderfully languid pace of life Vivada Cruises There are few better ways to discover the Ganges than on a Vivada cruise vardhan iStock With a wide fleet and a broad array of itineraries held in locations as far flung as Kolkata Bihar and rural Bengal Vivada Cruises are ideal for those who are really looking to cover some distance during their luxury cruises in India Multi day trips course through splendid scenery while also including stops at historic sights and other important landmarks Given that many of Vivada s cruises make their way along the mighty Ganges it s also an ideal opportunity to discover this most sacred of waterways Close Article Default 10 41 Bengal Bihar Kerala Kolkata Varanasi What to do in Bandra Exploring Mumbai s Hottest Neighbourhood Friday November 20 2015 Known these days as one of Mumbai s coolest neighbourhoods Bandra may be buzzing now but it wasn t always The coastal suburb began life as a sleepy fishing village before being colonised by the Portuguese and the British But in recent years Bollywood stars have moved into lavish houses overlooking the sea and a flurry of destination eateries trend conscious shops and high end clubs have settled in too Wondering what to do in Bandra first Enjoy the lively atmosphere while also taking in a bit of culture with its narrow streets historic churches and other older landmarks this thriving neighbourhood has perfected the mix of old meets new Read More Known these days as one of Mumbai s coolest neighbourhoods Bandra may be buzzing now but it wasn t always The coastal suburb began life as a sleepy fishing village before being colonised by the Portuguese and the British But in recent years Bollywood stars have moved into lavish houses overlooking the sea and a flurry of destination eateries trend conscious shops and high end clubs have settled in too Wondering what to do in Bandra first Enjoy the lively atmosphere while also taking in a bit of culture with its narrow streets historic churches and other older landmarks this thriving neighbourhood has perfected the mix of old meets new Lively Bandra is one of Mumbai s most buzzing neighbourhoods Jedraszak iStock Where to Eat If you re visiting Mumbai be sure to come with a healthy appetite and that s especially true if you re planning to explore Bandra considered one of the city s top destinations for food lovers Soul Fry is a local favourite and has earned a reputation among the neighbourhood s creative classes for its Goan style seafood dishes Just around the corner Pali Village Café captures a different side of the local dining scene best for more formal occasions the stylish restaurant serves elegant continental fare think prawns in lemon coriander broth and risotto alongside an admirable wine list The same owners also run the acclaimed Pali Bhavan a striking two storey restaurant with a beguiling ambiance and even better Alleppey fish curry Indigo Deli s eclectic fare including thin crust pizzas is a Bandra favourite KittyKaht Flickr And that s just the start Indigo Deli s eclectic offerings from wine poached pears to wafer thin pizzas are a favourite while Olive Bar Kitchen has long been frequented by area A listers From high end spots to more casual market stalls the food scene here is undeniably rich Where to Shop Once you ve filled your belly take our advice and get acquainted with the local shopping scene where colourful boutiques rule the day Save time for a shopping journey around Bandra s artistic streets Satish Krishnamurthy Flickr Anokhi is one favourite the brand specialises in printed textiles that are sure to be a one of a kind addition to your wardrobe Another worthy stop is Ahilaya which focuses on beautifully embroidered and spangled kurtas and other traditional pieces And for home accessories drop by Dhoop where you ll find everything from artisan mugs to beautiful designer light fixtures Where to Treat Yourself There are plenty of opportunities for pampering at the Taj Lands Ends Taj Hotels Full days of dining and shopping might necessitate some downtime luckily there s plenty of opportunity to indulge in some pampering during a Bandra stay Clay Wellness offers soothing yoga classes and more intensive workouts while those staying at the luxurious Taj Lands End can make the most of the onsite spa outdoor pool Jacuzzi and salon they ll even provide an astrologer on request What to See Between the shopping dining and relaxing don t forget to slow down for those in search of what to do in Bandra going for a wander and soaking up the scenery is still one of the best ways to get a feel for the neighbourhood pace The Bandra waterfront is an essential part of the area s personality not to mention those iconic views of the Bandra Worli Sea Link The Bandra Worli Sea Link is an impressive local landmark Fabio Lavarone iStock With its winding streets and many historic Christian artefacts and landmarks including the striking Mount Mary Church which dates to the 18 th century Bandra also offers visitors a glimpse into the past Old new traditional trendy there s no doubt that this area should be at the top of your Mumbai itinerary Close Article Default 13 26 Bandra Maharashtra Mumbai Visiting India with Children Five Amazing Family Friendly Hotels Friday November 13 2015 Visiting India with children Don t assume that you ll have to trade luxury and inspiring local experiences for the sake of finding a family friendly stay These five destination hotels have mastered the art of hospitality whether guests are eight or 80 years old From children s holiday villages to cooking classes for the pint sized special hotel tours to nature treks read on to discover why bringing the kids along can be one of the most rewarding ways to explore the Subcontinent Read More Visiting India with children Don t assume that you ll have to trade luxury and inspiring local experiences for the sake of finding a family friendly stay These five destination hotels have mastered the art of hospitality whether guests are eight or 80 years old From children s holiday villages to cooking classes for the pint sized special hotel tours to nature treks read on to discover why bringing the kids along can be one of the most rewarding ways to explore the Subcontinent Vivanta by Taj Holiday Village Goa The Vivanta by Taj Holiday Village in Goa has a supervised play area entirely devoted to kids Taj Hotels Goa with its sun beaches and laidback tropical vibes is most people s idea of an excellent holiday destination And for those visiting India with children the coastal state is wonderfully accessible too thanks to hotels like the Vivanta by Taj Holiday Village The luxury hotel hosts a supervised Jungle Jam area entirely devoted to kids which includes a play area pool and restaurant that serves pizza burgers and other child friendly bites All the while adults can sip cocktails at the pool bar enjoy traditional Goan fare cooked by Executive Chef Rego and lap up afternoons of pampering at the Jiva Spa Oberoi Rajvilas A palace and a child friendly stay Oberoi Hotels and Resorts Not only is the Oberoi Rajvilas one of India s most resplendent and palatial hotels it s also a welcoming retreat for visiting families Located in regal Jaipur the hotel is built around an 18 th century Shiva temple and spans 32 acres of gardens Children can sign up for cookery classes learn traditional block printing techniques and even take a full tour of the hotel grounds as part of the Oberoi s Young Hoteliers Programme Herb garden breakfasts elephant safaris and other diversions also tempt Park Hyatt Goa The Park Hyatt Goa combines beachy luxury with a Camp Hyatt just for kids Park Hyatt For visitors to Goa young and old it doesn t get much more luxurious than the five star Park Hyatt Goa The resort which looks onto the beautiful Arossim Beach hosts one of the largest swimming pools in India not to mention fine dining restaurants pampering guestrooms and the Sereno Spa But lest that all sound a bit grown up note that the hotel runs its own Camp Hyatt exclusively for younger visitors With two sections one for toddlers and one for children up to the age of 12 the camp includes everything from arts and crafts to a movie room video games to a children s library Umaid Bhawan Palace The decadent Umaid Bhawan Palace adeptly caters to guests of all ages Taj Hotels Located in the beautiful Thar Desert situated Jodhpur the sprawling Umaid Bhawan Palace is a marvel of 20 th century Indian architecture Built beginning in the 1920s by a local Maharaja the palace hotel is still one of the world s largest private residences But it also capably caters to guests visiting India with children Families can pile into gorgeous vintage cars for a turn about the local scenery go for chartered excursions through the nearby Mehrangarh Fort and play in the hotel s pools And then once night falls parents can take advantage of the hotel s babysitting services Orange County Coorg Orange County Coorg is an oasis for visitors old and young Orange County Coorg Set amidst the lush forests of hilly Karnataka Coorg has a long history as a summer retreat Today it s still an oasis with fragrant spice plantations and mist shrouded landscapes Visiting families can take it all in at Orange County Coorg a wonderfully friendly and homely resort An infinity pool is best for romance seeking couples while a family pool has child safe zones that are perfect for younger paddlers Nature walks bird watching trips and village visits cater to those with an adventurous streak And private villas make for a cosy way to retire in the evenings Close Article Default 18 13 Coorg Goa Jaipur Jodhpur Karnataka Rajasthan Ayurveda for Beginners Five Idyllic Indian Retreats Friday October 30 2015 In India there s no shortage of intensive retreats that promise completely immersive Ayurvedic experiences But if you re looking to go away on an Ayurvedic holiday for the very first time and don t know quite what to expect don t fear these five retreats have perfected the art of Ayurveda for beginners Familiarise yourself with the system of healing s thousands of years of history all while enjoying luxurious accommodations pretty swimming pools and lush nature We can t think of a better way to get acquainted Read More In India there s no shortage of intensive retreats that promise completely immersive Ayurvedic experiences But if you re looking to go away on an Ayurvedic holiday for the very first time and don t know quite what to expect don t fear these five retreats have perfected the art of Ayurveda for beginners Familiarise yourself with the system of healing s thousands of years of history all while enjoying luxurious accommodations pretty swimming pools and lush nature We can t think of a better way to get acquainted Shreyas Shreyas combines yoga with Ayurveda Shreyas This is one for the yoga devotees who are looking to complement their yogic experiences with new Ayurvedic know how The lovely Shreyas located in Bangalore prizes intimacy the retreat hosts just 20 guests at a time The focus is on encouraging visitors journeys of self discovery while offering personalised yoga and meditation courses And then of course there s the Rejuvenation Spa which specialises in a range of Ayurvedic therapies ranging from oil treatments to therapeutic massages Carnoustie Ayurveda and Wellness Resort Beautiful Carnoustie is located in God s Own Country in Kerala Carnoustie Ayurveda and Wellness Resort Located just between the azure Arabian Sea and Kerala s famous backwaters the stunning Carnoustie Ayurveda and Wellness Resort promises relaxation and rejuvenation Much of that is delivered courtesy of the Aryavaidyasala Wellness Spa where guests can find pampering in the form of 5 000 Ayurvedic treatments as well as Naturopathy and Yoga offerings Private pool villas also help visitors take advantage of the beautiful climate and the resort operates a traditional house boat for lunch and evening cruises too Neeleshwar Hermitage Neeleshwar Hermitage offers healing Ayurveda and exciting excursions Neeleshwar Hermitage Located along a particularly beautiful stretch of the Arabian Sea in Kerala Neeleshwar Hermitage s gorgeous grounds are the first step towards instilling a sense of wellbeing and calm in guests This is a retreat that s mastered the art of Ayurveda for beginners visitors spend their evenings in well appointed cottages before heading to the Priya Spa for private consultations with Ayurvedic doctors organic herbal treatments and guidance in yoga and meditation Afterwards the resort also hosts a number of local excursions including explorations of the Western Ghats and trips on the Lotus the hotel s own Keralan houseboat Nattika Beach Ayurveda Resort Nattika Beach is located admist coconut groves and beaches Nattika Beach Ayurveda Resort Spread across 16 acres of incredibly verdant coconut groves and host to 52 personal villas Nattika Beach Ayurveda Resort combines Ayurveda and luxury amenities with panache With a team of 49 masseurs led by an expert Ayurvedic doctor Nattika Beach s spa facilities are renowned for their authentic offerings After their treatments guests are encouraged to venture to the nearby beach or go for a splash in the retreat s swimming pool and Jacuzzi Shin Shiva Resort Shin Shiva specialises in traditional Ayurveda and modern creature comforts Shin Shiva Resort For those travellers who are after only the most traditional treatments but combined with a relaxing ambiance and modern creature comforts as well Shin Shiva Resort serves up ideal Ayurveda for beginners The Keralan retreat is guided by Ayurvedic Dr V Franklin who heads up a team of professionals that perform intensive consultations and provide individual therapies for each visitor Following their sessions guests can dine on deliciously prepared local cuisine mingle with other visitors and for those who fear being disconnected can even log on thanks to the retreat s complimentary Wi Fi Close Article Default 12 50 Kerala Exploring Ayurveda in India An Interview with Wellness Expert Catherine Chichester Friday October 23 2015 Ever wondered what it s like to go on an Ayurveda retreat in India Just ask Catherine Chichester The wellness expert spa founder she established the highly rated Village Barn in Oxfordshire and globetrotter recently enjoyed a memorable and inspiring stay at Kalari Kovilakom in Kerala Read on for her first hand account of the Ayurvedic experience Read More Ever wondered what it s like to go on an Ayurveda retreat in India Just ask Catherine Chichester The wellness expert spa founder she established the highly rated Village Barn in Oxfordshire and globetrotter recently enjoyed a memorable and inspiring stay at Kalari Kovilakom in Kerala Read on for her first hand account of the Ayurvedic experience Wellness expert Catherine Chichester recently enjoyed an incredible Ayurvedic stay in India Catherine Chichester Greaves How long have wellness and mindfulness been important parts of your life Walk us through your personal wellness journey Catherine Chichester My wellness journey started very early on My mother ran a private hospital in Bavaria Germany and from age 11 I spent most of my holidays there The health system was and still is very different in Germany Alternative or complementary therapies and treatments were very valued in addition to allopathic medicine Patients would enjoy holistic treatments like Kneipp Massages or would be told to go and breathe in the sunshine in addition to seeing their doctor daily Beyond my experience in Germany one of my aunts was a pioneer in championing homeopathy having set up a homeopathic pharmacy in Belgium in the 80s She introduced me to the basics of energetic medicine From there my personal wellness and mindfulness journey began with having children starting with an ante natal yoga class I took 16 years ago How have your travels and retreat stays around the world influenced your own wellness career Prior to my stay at Kalari Kovilakom in Kerala I had a memorable time at the Hippocrates Health Institute in Palm Beach where I spent four weeks learning about the importance of raw food and juicing The Mayr Clinic in Austria was also influential the original Mayr Cure is based on a milk and bread fast Both these programmes with their fasts and enzyme rich nutrition got me thinking in such a different way about how we heal I suppose I am not a great one for fluffy spa retreats Ideally when I spend the time and money I want to come away with a life changing gift Healthful freshly made food is all part of the Ayurvedic experience Kalari Kovilakom Tell us about your experience founding Village Barn wellness spa in Oxfordshire What were you goals in terms of helping others progress on their personal wellness journeys At Village Barn the strapline has always been home to abundant health For most people abundant health means a long healing journey and for those who take it seriously this may take a lifetime I firmly believe in empowering and giving personal responsibility through education I ve studied with innovative health pioneers all over the world and am an avid reader above all I love sharing this accumulated knowledge to help change people s lives and rethink how we all live The retreat s beautiful exterior Kalari Kovilakom You enjoyed an incredible stay at Kalari Kovilakom in Kerala What made this a standout experience for you It might sound somewhat strange to proclaim Kalari Kovilakom as my favourite retreat to date especially when you consider that I spent quite a few of my 16 days there in real discomfort I was woken before 6 30 AM most mornings and fed a very lean low calorie sugar free and fat free diet Much of my time was spent in isolation Kalari Kovilakom is also certainly not as splendidly luxurious as some of the five star extreme resorts that I ve previously visited So on the surface of things my statement makes absolutely no sense at all It s not that I m bored with the polished perfection of these other retreats I suspect it s just that I have finally understood that all this comes at a price It is paid for with authenticity integrity and depth These are key words for Kalari Kovilakom This place caters specifically to people who want to dramatically turn their health around not casual tourists and to take that journey with the sincerity it deserves I know my health has been totally different because the changes from my time at Kalari were not on superficial level but at a cellular level and I reap the benefits to this day This Ayurvedic stay is not for casual tourists but best for those who really want to pursue a healing journey Kalari Kovilakom There are a lot of misconceptions about Ayurveda in the Western world How does Ayurveda in India differ from the experience you ll encounter in Western spas For me the difference comes down to the fact that this is a system of science and healthcare that was invented thousands of years ago when we had a very different conception and value system around time Both time and space are at a premium for most of us today Ayurveda recommends long two hour or more four handed massages twice daily during their Pancha Karma cleanses It understands that deep change takes time It is not instant When running my five day detoxes at Village Barn participants frequently requested to do the course in less time Culturally we don t give healing the time and space it needs Ayurveda in India knows no other way and it takes healing seriously They don t just give you any treatment the doctor prescribes a treatment after he examines you tongue and pulse are most important I ve been to spas in the West where people can pick an Ayurvedic massage which is a concept that s actually alien in true Ayurveda It would be akin to walking into a hospital and without knowledge picking up any pill and taking it The retreat encourages peacefulness and healing Kalari Kovilakom For those planning their first ever wellness retreat what advice do you have to impart What should visitors expect from the experience Be prepared for change transformation and healing These things are not always comfortable in my experience they often aren t but they are so very worthwhile Outside of your retreat experiences can you recommend any landmarks cultural outings or other destinations I really enjoyed the nearby Fort Kochi after my time at Kalari Kovilakom Where is the wellness industry heading these days What can visitors expect to see and experience in retreats in the coming years I think the wellness industry is booming today As for trends I suspect medispas will continue to become more popular as we realise that our lifestyles owe such a debt Close Article Default 15 37 Ahilya by the Sea A Hotel Review Thursday October 22 2015 Recently Greaves s own Tanya Dalton paid a visit to Goa where she was invited to stay at the newly opened Ahilya by the Sea Below read her first person account of her holiday and of this magical hotel Read More Recently Greaves s own Tanya Dalton paid a visit to Goa where she was invited to stay at the newly opened Ahilya by the Sea Below read her first person account of her holiday and of this magical hotel Whilst escorting a press trip I was honoured to be among some of the very first guests to stay at the beautiful Ahilya by the Sea in Goa Opened only a few months ago the boutique hotel tucked away in a placid fishing village is already attracting buzz The brand new Ahilya by the Sea Ahilya by the Sea From the owners of the striking Ahilya Fort in Maheshwar Madhya Pradesh including the visionary Mrs Leela Ellis this new hotel offers the perfect opportunity to discover Goa s less travelled side Ahilya by the Sea is a magical enclave positioned just off the edge of Coco Beach near the quiet fishing village of Nerul Comprising just three villas one of which is complemented by a personal tree house where guests rest under the dappled shadows of one of the property s mighty banyan trees the small scale hotel cultivates an air of privacy The other two villas Sunrise and Sunset offer clean whitewashed rooms with large beds pretty tiled bathrooms and balconies that can be flung open to invite in the blustery sea views Each has been lovingly decorated with handpicked antiques of Indonesian and Indian design The boutique hotel offers incredible privacy Ahilya by the Sea Sunrise Villa has three air conditioned en suite bedrooms with a private dinning room and covered veranda I loved that the villa also hides a tiny reading nook with a little day bed and expansive views of the sea the perfect way to spend a lazy afternoon Sunset Villa meanwhile is a little more spacious here guests will find four sea facing air conditioned bedrooms a large family room and fully equipped kitchenette Personally I found the bedrooms utterly charming As each room opens directly onto the sea it s certainly hard to argue with the stunning floor to ceiling views Its spacious villas offer a beautiful retreat Ahilya by the Sea The hotel is based at the confluence of the Mandovi and Nerul Rivers where they spill into the Arabian Sea The picture perfect ambiance was helped along by bowing coconut palms and the colourful fishing boats happily bobbing along in the water A swimming pool has its own waterside views Ahilya by the Sea That said it s tempting to stay on site The property has two generously sized pools and works very much like three independent villas Then there s the cuisine daily delights comprise fresh produce and the local catch of the day all of which demonstrate Indian flavours alongside delicate French sensibilities Sunset at Ahilya by the Sea Ahilya by the Sea Despite the nearby fishing beaches offering great walks and lively scenes the area s best beaches are further north along the coast Hire a moped then and spend the day watching the tourist traps of north Goa melt away into the hungry jungle of coconut palms and surrounding forest Morjim Beach is well worth lounging for the day and even further north at the edge of the state you can hop on a ferry and ride over to the enchanting Fort Tiracol The landmark has recently been refurbished and with its smart interiors beautifully dilapidated exterior and tiny living church it s more than photogenic Just don t forget to head back to the hotel when you re done this quiet haven is a perfect place to experience Goa s gorgeous scenery and uniquely unhurried pace of life Close Article Default 15 18 Goa Exploring the Fabric of India A Fashion Lover s Guide to the Subcontinent Friday October 16 2015 For Londoners this autumn welcomes a highly anticipated event the Victoria and Albert Museum is unveiling its Fabric of India exhibition It s the very first show of its kind and is focusing on the rich history of textiles fashion and sartorial culture in India spanning from the third century up to the present day Held as part of the institution s India Festival from 5th October 2015 to 10th January 2016 the exhibition is an extraordinary opportunity for culture vultures to discover more about this vibrant and beautiful tradition Read More For Londoners this autumn welcomes a highly anticipated event the Victoria and Albert Museum is unveiling its Fabric of India exhibition It s the very first show of its kind and is focusing on the rich history of textiles fashion and sartorial culture in India spanning from the third century up to the present day Held as part of the institution s India Festival from 5 th October 2015 to 10 th January 2016 the exhibition is an extraordinary opportunity for culture vultures to discover more about this vibrant and beautiful tradition The Fabric of India exhibition is the first of its kind Victoria and Albert Museum London Alongside the exhibition we ve also compiled our own Fabric of India tour of the Subcontinent which will invite visitors to visit weavers villages go shopping with a Mumbai fashion guru and walk away with some colourful souvenirs of their own Read on for more about the exhibition plus details on the experiences that visiting textile lovers shouldn t miss Over 200 exhibits factor into the show Victoria and Albert Museum London Whether you re an expert or a casual admirer of Indian textiles the collection at the V A is one to see Spanning more than 200 items the exhibition features pieces created for fashion for religious purposes or to convey positions of power From cloths spangled with jewelled beetle wings and geometric wall hangings to an enormous fabric tent used by a sultan

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    is subject to change based on hotels and dates of travel Price includes international flights on British Airways travelling in World Traveller economy accommodation in a double twin room breakfast sightseeing transfers domestic flights and train private guides and chauffeur driven car Guide Price 4 540pp Price is based on double occupancy and is subject to change based on hotels and dates of travel Price includes accommodation in a double twin room breakfast sightseeing transfers domestic flights and train private guides and chauffeur driven car Download PDF Download PDF Find the best of India For the first time visitor to India or for those returning Indo philes who have limited time available to them this is the ideal Indian journey Contrary to many other introductory tours this journey has the added highlight of a visit to one of India s most romantic cities Udaipur home to the glorious Taj Lake Palace Hotel After this gentle start travel to Rajasthan s bustling capital city of Jaipur before proceeding to Agra and Delhi Replete with marvelous forts palaces markets monuments redolent with history this short itinerary offers a remarkable insight into the country Essential India DAY 1 ARRIVE DELHI Arrive India s capital city of Delhi On arrival stay at The Imperial Hotel DAY 2 DELHI After a leisurely start explore the myriad sights of Old and New Delhi The wide boulevards of Lutyens New Delhi contrast dramatically with the narrow streets and scattered monuments that dominate Old Delhi DAY 3 DELHI UDAIPUR Morning flight to Udaipur and stay 2 nights at the stunning Taj Lake Palace Hotel Afternoon tour of this beautiful lake city DAY 4 UDAIPUR RANAKPUR UDAIPUR Full day excursion to the exceptional Jain Temples at Ranakpur Lunch will be at the Mana Hotel and later return to Udaipur DAY 5 UDAIPUR BIJAYNAGAR JAIPUR Morning drive to Jaipur with lunch stop at Bijay Niwas Palace Hotel in Bijaynagar On arrival in Jaipur enjoy a 2 nights stay at the Taj Rambagh Palace Hotel DAY 6 JAIPUR Morning drive past the Hawa Mahal Palace of the Winds and continue to Amber Fort Ascend to this hilltop fort on elephant back Return to the hotel for lunch An afternoon exploring the Pink City t he bustling metropolis that is Rajasthan s capital seeing the Observatory and the City Palace DAY 7 JAIPUR FATEHPUR SIKIRI AGRA Morning drive to Agra via one of India s most glorious sites the deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri On arrival in Agra stay 2 nights at The Oberoi Amarvilas DAY 8 AGRA Dawn visit to the Taj Mahal which is strikingly beautiful at this hour Continue with a full day exploring Agra seeing Agra Fort and Itmad ud daulah DAY 9 AGRA SIKANDRA DELHI Morning drive to Delhi via Akbar s imposing mausoleum at Sikandra Room at disposal at The Trident Gurgaon DAY 10 DEPART DELHI Early morning departure for onward destination Click here to request a Callback Footer navigation Afghanistan Åland Islands Albania Algeria American

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  • Tea Trails of Sri Lanka
    of Sri Lanka 10 Days 8 Nights Guide Price 2 260pp Price is based on double occupancy and is subject to change based on hotels and dates of travel Price includes direct international flights in economy class accommodation in a double twin room breakfast full board at Tea Trails sightseeing and transfers by private chauffeur guide Guide Price Price on Request Price is based on double occupancy and is subject to change based on hotels and dates of travel Price includes accommodation in a double twin room breakfast sightseeing transfers domestic flights and train private guides and chauffeur driven car Download PDF Download PDF Explore Sri Lanka Head to the hills and experience Kandy the last capital of the kings before spending a few days walking through the tea plantations of Sri Lanka Arriving into Colombo stay at Tintagel the newly restored heritage hotel situated in one of the island s most prestigious neighbourhoods Spend a day in the capital with the tea expert Kenneth Congreve who is a font of knowledge being a fourth generation tea planter From Colombo you will travel onto one of the ancient capitals of Kandy with its many relics and monuments before taking the train through the scenic hillside up into the mists of tea country and the antique hill station of Nuwara Eliya The tour ends at the idyllic Tea Trails residing in one of the four tranquil bungalows Each bungalow was built between 1880 and 1950 and has been immaculately restored retaining the charm of a bygone era Spend your days walking through the plantations soaking up the panoramic views Tea Trails of Sri Lanka DAY 1 DEPART LONDON Depart London for Colombo DAY 2 COLOMBO Arrive Colombo and transfer to Tintagel heritage hotel for 1 night DAY 3 COLOMBO KANDY After breakfast transfer to Finlay House for Tea Tasting experience with Kenneth Congreve before continuing to Kandy for 2 nights at the colonial Kandy House DAY 4 KANDY PERADENIYA KANDY After breakfast take an excursion to the beautiful gardens of Peradeniya before returning to Kandy House DAY 5 KANDY NUWARA ELIYA Morning train journey and drive to Nuwara Eliya to check in at Heritance Tea Factory a converted tea factory In the afternoon venture into the fields to pick your very own tea and learn about the tea making process DAY 6 KANDY HATTON TEA TRAILS After breakfast transfer to Peradeniya Railway Station to board the scenic train to Hatton on arrival transfer to the Tea Trails bungalow for 3 nights DAY 7 TEA TRAILS Day at leisure walking through the tea plantations DAY 8 TEA TRAILS Day at leisure walking through the tea plantations DAY 9 TEA TRAILS COLOMBO Transfer back to Colombo and check in to Tintagel heritage hotel for 1 night DAY 10 COLOMBO LONDON Transfer to Colombo airport for onward flight home Click here to request a Callback Footer navigation Afghanistan Åland Islands Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba

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  • The Emerald Island of Sri Lanka
    of travel Price includes direct international flights in economy class accommodation in a double twin room breakfast sightseeing and transfers by private chauffeur guide Guide Price Price on Request Price is based on double occupancy and is subject to change based on hotels and dates of travel Price includes accommodation in a double twin room breakfast sightseeing transfers domestic flights and train private guides and chauffeur driven car Download PDF Download PDF Explore Sri Lanka The Greaves Travel signature tour of Sri Lanka takes in the varied highlights of this breathtaking country Begin by exploring the fascinating ruins of the cultural triangle From the ancient Sinhalese capital of Anuradhapura epic in both size and history to the intricate cave paintings of Dambulla the immense Rock Fortress of Sigiriya and the mighty monuments of the other more recent capital Polonnaruwa established in the 10th century AD The final stop along the cultural triangle will end at Kandy the last capital of the kings The tour then journeys through the rolling hills of tea country with a night s stop at the colonial hill station of Nuwara Eliya before travelling on to the exotic wildlife of Yala National Park Your tour will end with the colonial charm of the Dutch Galle Fort and a few days relaxing at a picture perfect boutique beach resort The Emerald Island of Sri Lanka DAY 1 DEPART LONDON Depart London for Colombo DAY 2 COLOMBO NEGOMBO Arrive Colombo and transfer to nearby Negombo for 1 night at Jetwing Beach Hotel DAY 3 NEGOMBO PINNAWALA SIGIRIYA After a leisurely start proceed to see nature s gentle giants up close at Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage before heading to Jetwing Vil Uyana for 2 nights DAY 4 SIGIRIYA POLONNARUWA SIGIRIYA After breakfast proceed to climb the 5th Century rock citadel of Sigiriya offering a breathtaking vista of the surrounding landscape Continue onto the World Heritage site of Polonnaruwa later returning to your hotel DAY 5 SIGIRIYA MATALE KANDY Morning drive to the world famous spice gardens of Matale before continuing on to The Theva Residency hotel in the heart of Kandy That evening witness a cultural show at the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic DAY 6 KANDY NUWARA ELIYA Wind your way through the scenic tea country towards Nuwara Eliya stopping to enjoy a cup of pure Ceylon tea en route Spend 1 night at Jetwing Warwick Gardens hotel DAY 7 NUWARA ELIYA YALA After a leisurely breakfast drive to Yala National Park for 2 nights at Cinnamon Wild resort DAY 8 YALA Enjoy morning and afternoon game viewings in the beautiful National Park spotting animals such as wild elephants and leopards in their natural habitat DAY 9 YALA GALLE Morning drive towards the fortified city of Galle and enjoy a historic tour around the fort before settling down by the beach at Aditya Resort for 3 nights DAY 10 GALLE Day at leisure DAY 11 GALLE Day at leisure DAY 12 GALLE COLOMBO LONDON Proceed back to Colombo

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  • Luxury, Sri Lanka Style
    Style Luxury Sri Lanka Style 10 days 08 nights Guide Price 3 299pp Price is based on double occupancy and is subject to change based on hotels and dates of travel Price includes direct international flights in economy class accommodation in a double twin room breakfast full board at Tea Trails sightseeing and transfers by private chauffeur guide Guide Price Price on Request Price is based on double occupancy and is subject to change based on hotels and dates of travel Price includes accommodation in a double twin room breakfast sightseeing transfers domestic flights and train private guides and chauffeur driven car Download PDF Download PDF Explore Sri Lanka Enjoy the more luxurious side of the island experiencing some of the best hotels and service on offer from the tea estates and beach resorts of Resplendent Ceylon to the world famous Aman hotel in the Old Dutch Galle Fort Following a night at the boutique Manor House your tour will take you through the scenic hills of tea country to the idyllic tea planter bungalows of Tea Trails Choose from one of four bungalows each were built between 1880 and 1950 and have been immaculately restored retaining the charm of a bygone era Spend your days walking through the plantations learning about the history with resident Tea Planter Andrew Taylor by your side before retiring for an iconic afternoon cream tea Leaving the hills behind you will head for the sweeping beaches of the South and stay at the newly built luxury resort hotel of Cape Weligama at your own butler attended villa End the tour at the divine Amangalla with its cool marble floors and vaulted ceilings the epitome of high end colonial living Luxury Sri Lanka Style DAY 1 DEPART LONDON Depart London for Colombo DAY 2 COLOMBO KOTUGODA Arrive Colombo and transfer to nearby Kotugoda for 1 night at The Wallawa a beautifully converted old manor house DAY 3 KOTUGODA COLOMBO HATTON After a leisurely breakfast drive back towards Colombo to take a scenic train towards the tea country of Hatton Once here spend 2 nights at the beautiful Tea Trails bungalows reminiscent of the colonial tea estates DAY 4 HATTON Day at leisure to relax and explore the local tea plantations sampling some of the famous Ceylon tea DAY 5 HATTON WELIGAMA Transfer to the idyllic coastline and check in at the stunning Cape Weligama beach resort for Colombo 3 nights DAY 6 WELIGAMA Day at leisure DAY 7 WELIGAMA Day at leisure DAY 8 WELIGAMA GALLE Morning drive towards the fortified city of Galle and spend 2 night at the elegant Amangalla DAY 9 GALLE Enjoy a historic tour around Galle city exploring the Dutch architecture and old world charm of the fort DAY 10 GALLE COLOMBO LONDON Proceed back to Colombo for onward flight home Click here to request a Callback Footer navigation Afghanistan Åland Islands Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas

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  • Culture and Coast of Central and East Sri Lanka
    and East Sri Lanka 11 days 9 nights Guide Price 2 125 PP Price is based on double occupancy and is subject to change based on hotels and dates of travel Price includes direct international flights in economy class accommodation in a double twin room breakfast domestic flight sightseeing and transfers by private chauffeur guide Guide Price Price on Request Price is based on double occupancy and is subject to change based on hotels and dates of travel Price includes accommodation in a double twin room breakfast sightseeing transfers domestic flights and train private guides and chauffeur driven car Download PDF Download PDF Explore Sri Lanka After time spent exploring the sites and surroundings of the capital Colombo the ancient ruins of the Cultural Triangle head to the newly opened East Coast for a whole new beach experience discovering the elegant UGA Escapes along the way Until recently travel to Sri Lanka was very much restricted to the South and West Coast however now the East Coast is very much accessible which allows for a delightful holiday from April to September when the South West of the island is usually experiencing the Monsoon It is not only the monsoonal patterns that sets the two coasts apart for where the West Coast is predominantly Sinhalese the East is mainly Tamil and where the West Coast has always been a tourist hot spot the East remains largely untouched by tourism Experience traditional hospitality along with the latest comforts staying at one of the enchanting UGA Escapes hotels situated in the Cultural Triangle and along the East Coast Culture and Coast of Central and East Sri Lanka DAY 1 DEPART LONDON Depart London for Colombo DAY 2 COLOMBO Arrive Colombo and transfer to UGA residence heritage hotel for 1 night Evening walk with Mark Forbes a well known Colombo native DAY 3 COLOMBO PINNAWALA THIRIPPANE After breakfast visit the gentle giants at Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage before heading to Thirippane for 3 nights at the luxurious and spacious Ulagalla Resort DAY 4 THIRIPPANE ANURADHAPURA THIRIPPANE After breakfast transfer to the vast sacred ruins of Anuradhapura established around a cutting from the original tree of enlightenment Later return to Ulagalla Resort DAY 5 THIRIPPANE SIGIRIYA POLONNARUWA THIRIPPANE After breakfast proceed to climb the mighty rock citadel of Sigiriya to experience spectacular views before visiting the ancient ruins and sleeping stone Buddhas of Polonnaruwa Later returning to Ulagalla Resort DAY 6 THIRIPPANE PASSIKUDAH After breakfast transfer to Passikudah for 4 nights stay at the stylish UGA Bay beach resort DAY 7 PASSIKUDAH Day at leisure DAY 8 PASSIKUDAH Day at leisure DAY 9 PASSIKUDAH Day at leisure DAY 10 PASSIKUDAH COLOMBO Afternoon transfer to domestic airport for your air taxi to Bandaranaike International Airport On arrival check in to UGA Residence for 1 night DAY 11 COLOMBO LONDON Transfer back to Colombo for onward flight home Click here to request a Callback Footer navigation Afghanistan Åland Islands Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua

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