india

When I think of India, I am reminded of Richard Gere’s description of the Opera to Julia Roberts in the movie Pretty Woman.
He says…
“People's reactions to Opera the first time they see it is very dramatic. 
They either love it or they hate it. If they love it, they will always love it.
If they don't, they may learn to appreciate it, but it will never become part of their soul.”
We hope you’ll learn to appreciate this fascinating country and that it is love at first sight.
Come see India, with Incent. Live out your kind of fantasy at your kind of pace.

SRI LANKA

Formerly known as Ceylon, Sri Lanka can be described as endless beaches, timeless ruins, welcoming people, multitude of elephants, famous tea and flavourful food. Few places have as many UNESCO World Heritage Sites (eight) packed into such a small area. Sri Lanka's 2,000-plus years of culture can be discovered at ancient sites where legendary temples boast beautiful details.
You can fly direct to Colombo on Sri Lankan Airlines from London and Paris, or with Emirates from almost every major European or American city via Dubai. 

NEPAL

10 of the world's tallest mountains are in Nepal, including the Mt. Everest.

It is also perhaps the only Hindu nation in the world even though there is a strong Buddhist influence.

Nepal burst on to the world scene, in 1953, when Edmund Hillary a beekeeper from NZ and a Himalayan Sherpa (porter) Tenzing Norgay summited Mt Everest on 29 May 1953.

Explore Nepal with Incent.

BHUTAN

Bhutan is not an ordinary place. It is a Himalayan kingdom with a reputation for mystery and magic, where a traditional Buddhist culture carefully embraces global developments.
Bhutan holds many surprises. This is a country where the rice is red and where chillies aren't just a seasoning but the main ingredient. It's also a deeply Buddhist land, where monasteries are part of the mainstream. While it visibly maintains its Buddhist traditions, Bhutan is not a museum. You will find the Bhutanese well educated, fun loving and vibrant. 
You can fly by Druk Air to Paro, the only International airport in Bhutan.