Your discovery of North India is not complete without experiencing the delights of Indian cuisine. As rich and diverse as the country itself, Indian specialties vary according to the regions.
Let’s take a closer look at one of the most perfumed cuisine in the world, for a journey full of flavours! Continue reading
The wild and green North of Bali offers a vast array of interest points – still widely unexplored. Alienor, Travel Expert at Shanti Travel, went off the beaten paths to discover the Sekumpul waterfalls and spent a night in a family homestay. She shares her experience through this article.
Let’s head north towards Sekumpul, a traditional village in a remote region of Northern Bali. It is a long journey by bike from Denpasar and it gets colder and colder as we travel further and further north. After passing by the Lakes Buyan and Tambligan, we take this tiny little path that brings us in the small village of Sekumpul.
Shanti Travel won the “Grand Prix de l’entrepreneur Français à l’international”, for Asian countries and Oceania. This roughly translates into “The Grand Price for French Entrepreneur Abroad”.
Last Wednesday 31st of May in Paris, more than 400 entrepreneurs gathered during a prestigious reception at the Pavillon d’Armenonville to celebrate the performance of French companies from all industries [Nldr: Grand Prix of growth development firms].
Over the weekend our Travel Experts based in Burma, Amandine, Bastien, and Paul, went on an adventure to discover one of Burma’s lesser known regions: Lashio.
Lashio and its surroundings are real El Dorado for lovers of natures, sports and authentic encounters. It is the largest city in northern Shan State, not far from the Chinese border and the Himalayas. Paul tells you about this wonderful experience.
An intense journey: trekking to Langtang…. Charlotte shares with us her experience of a trek in Langtang, the Himalayan region that has suffered from the earthquake but is now coming back to life.
160 km. 9 full days of trekking. 4600m altitude. 27 litres of water drunk. Probably as much was sweated. And thousands of stars. Kyanjing Gompa: the final push before we reach the village where we will end our day.
Eight hours of walking, eight hours of putting one foot in front of the other, sometimes alone with our thoughts, sometimes laughing or rebuilding the world through animated discussions. And all the time, contemplating the beauty of the Himalayan peaks.
On the 2nd of May, more than 300 travel professionals came together at the Crown Plaza of Cochin for the ‘South India Travel Awards’ award ceremony. Shanti Travel was awarded ‘Best customized tour operator’
The event South India Travel Awards is sponsored by the association Incredible India and endorsed by highly reputed organizations such as PATA, World Travel & Tourism Council, OTOAI, or TAFI. All travel professionals active in India were looking forward to this major happening! A few weeks earlier, Shanti Travel had been informed of its nomination in the category ‘best tour operators’. Our Travel Expert specialist of South India, David Gaulin, represented Shanti that evening and collected the award of the ‘Best Customized Tour Operator’.