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Where to see cherry blossoms in Japan

Each year the country of Japan is blanketed with a layer of pink, from deep magenta to powder puff. This isn’t just about viewing some cherry blossom trees, it’s about being part of a national festival that celebrates the beauty of nature. The Japanese even have a name for it, “Hanami” which means “looking at flowers.” But the magic of …

Hildegard,Ramón, Maggie and Gines

Planning a trip to India feels like a daunting experience till you talk to Susan.  From the beginning she understood what we wanted and set it up with careful detail.  Traveling during our 12 day trip was incredibly easy.  Our trip was structured in minute detail and to be honest we had no need to think too much about, except, …

4 Places Not To Miss When You Visit Myanmar

Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, is now opening up to the world. This means places that have stood still in time and been hidden for centuries are now open to experience and enjoy. While it’s not possible to see everything in your first visit, if you’re planning to visit Myanmar, here are four places that you cannot miss. Yangon The capital …

Lynne and Paul G

Thanks for planning our amazing trip to India. Our experience working with you was nothing short of excellent from day 1 of speaking with you.  We thought that the itinerary that you suggested for us was perfect and that the specific details were so well organized. You were always available to talk to us or communicate by email or phone …

Sandy & David K

We were so fortunate to plan our personalized Indian adventure with Susan Geringer.  She really listened to what we wanted to experience and put together an outstanding and diverse itinerary. She and her team in India provided excellent service and a trip of a lifetime.  We would highly recommend her services!

Agra City Guide

While most visit Agra just to catch a glimpse of the Taj Mahal in all its splendor, and rightly so, the city has many other fascinating sights that make it well worth more than a whistle-stop tour. So if you’re visiting Agra to see the most romantic building on earth, take your time and enjoy these other splendid places as …

April S and John C

YET ANOTHER SATISFIED CUSTOMER And it isn’t easy for me to be satisfied. I am a professional photographer and my wife is an interior designer and we have traveled to a lot of wonderful places on this planet. We have traveled for both work and pleasure, but India was going to be a personal adventure. I have never met Susan …

Kathi H

We have been home now and back to normal. Already missing India. Thanks for the wonderful trip and of course the gifts at the end of the tour. It definitely was a seamless tour with everyone in the right place at the right time. They really do a wonderful job. We had some friends there at the same time and …

India’s Best Dance and Music Festivals

The Dravidian culture in the south of India is exemplified in its dance and music. Rich, soulful and bewitching, whether in classical or modern forms, it is captivating. This love of dance and music isn’t limited to the south of the country though, North Indian regions have also created their own magical forms of expression. One of the best ways …

India’s Best Art Fairs and Festivals

India has encouraged artists from all disciplines and backgrounds for centuries. Many of their works can still be seen in temples, mausoleums, and even caves across the country. So it’s no surprise that modern India also welcomes artists from all heritages. Here are some of the best arts festivals across the sub-continent. Kochi-Muziris Biennale Held only every second year the …

What to see and do in Kochi

While Thiruvananthapuram (previously known as Trivandrum) is the capital of God’s Own Country, visitors flock to Kochi as the cultural heart of Kerala. Settled by the Arabs, Chinese, Dutch and European Jewish communities over time, Kochi still reflects a melting pot of sights, scents and sounds. It’s this diverse history that makes this small town fascinating. In this post I …

Six things to do in North East India

North East India is one of the most remote parts of the country. Bordering Myanmar, China, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Nepal, these states are also culturally diverse and fascinating. As they are a little off the beaten track there are less tourists, which can make a visit to this part of India even more enriching. Here’s my pick of the top …