When you travel, you seek connections and discovery. You value meeting new people, new cultures and new experiences. You explore the world to sate your curiosity and step away from the everyday. Just like us.
Curious Journeys are designed to replicate this ‘typical’ ETG experience, but with a revitalising twist. Fewer stops and an even greater emphasis on your personal wellbeing will allow you to fall in love with a destination, while still feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. It’s authentic travel that feels like a true holiday.
As the second-largest country in Southeast Asia, no traveller could ever hope to discover all of Myanmar in one journey. But this trip, that takes you from the colonial past, shimmering pagodas and big-city energy of Yangon to the remotest corner of the magnificent Mergui Archipelago, will open your eyes to what makes it quite so special.
Inexplicably, Bengal has remained something of a traveller’s secret. But for the curious and engaged explorer, this eastern state captures the very soul of India. This holiday encompasses the two starkly contrasting faces of Bengal: the history and frenetic energy of Kolkata (Calcutta), and an old-world tea plantation of the Himalayan foothills.
A country threaded with intricate waterways, we think Vietnam is best discovered by river. The Mekong is the lifeblood of much of the country’s population, its banks brimming with markets, villages, culture and life. Spend the first half of your journey on the banks of the Hau River, before cruising to a beautiful villa in Saigon.
Dip into some of the key cultural or historical moments of the country with ease
These trips embody the essence of an ETG holiday, but with minimal stops and a slowed-down pace
In Asia’s big cities, it can be all too easy to find yourself in a soulless chain hotel. We search for something different: an oasis in the centre, or a heritage residence in the outskirts.
We have carefully chosen hotels in remarkable places that offer the option to unwind or further your discovery. Expect nothing less than extraordinary.