Women Only Tours

By Debbie Kindness | March 5, 2017

.Tours for women-only are getting more and more popular each year. Why?   Is it because women travel differently than men do?Is it because women like to take time to discover and appreciate cultural differences and get to know the people and the culture, not only see the sights.Is it because women relish the freedom

Our favourite places in India – Delhi

By Debbie Kindness | April 2, 2013

India’s second largest city, and its capital, has always played an important role in Indian history. Continuously settled for the last 2500 years, the area has seen 8 major cities here since the 12th century.In 1911, the capital of British India was shifted from Calcutta to Delhi. And the 8th city of Delhi was founded. Previous cities still

Our favourite places in India – Agra

By Debbie Kindness | March 31, 2013

Agra is situated on the banks of holy Yamuna River which merges with the Ganges further down stream. It was first declared the Moghul capital of India in 1501 and for the next two centuries, alternated with Delhi and Lahore as the capital of the Empire.For centuries, the Taj Mahal, often described as a ‘teardrop on the face of

12 Things you’ll find difficult in North India

By Debbie Kindness | May 30, 2012

Deb Corbeil is one half of Canada’s Adventure Couple. She has just finished traveling with her husband, Dave through Nepal, Sri Lanka and India where she climbed to Mount Everest Base Camp, joined a pilgrimage to Adams Peak and participated in Holi, India’s most colourful festival. Deb is quick to tell you that travelling in south India is

Life enhancers searching for new experiences in Incredible India

By Debbie Kindness | May 25, 2012

A lovely lady by the name of Alison Gardner, who just happens to run an online travel magazine called Travel with a Challenge was a passenger on our Womens-only tour last October in India.Here’s an excerpt from an article she recently had published about her experiences on the tour.Many thanks Alison. ‘Each day was a