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  • "Everything went so smoothly, the tour was very well-organised and excellent value for money."

    Mr P Osborne, Tailor-Made Vietnam

  • "We enjoyed every single minute of our holiday, which was one of the best we have ever had."
    Mr V, Leicestershire
  • “We have recommended you to all our friends and family. We will definitely travel with you again.”
    Mr and Mrs W
  • "Ethiopia is an absolutely fascinating country - one which fully deserves to be known better. The infrastructure details were accurately described in your brochure, and any shortcomings were made up with the richness of historical culture offered to us. Thank you for a brilliant holiday."
    Mr & Mrs Sheppee
  • "I just wanted to drop you a quick line to say a big thank you for organising the most spectacular holiday for us. We had such a fantastic holiday on Cocoa Island and loved every minute of it."
    Mrs Downie 

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Ganesh

Ganesh

Amongst Hindus, the god Ganesh is invoked before every undertaking. He is a chubby, smiling, elephant-headed deity who was the first son of Shiva and Parvati. He sits on a throne or lotus, and is often found above temple gateways, in shops, houses and all Cox & Kings brochures.

In his arms he holds a conch, a discus, a bowl of sweets and a water lily and he is always attended by his vehicle, a rat. Ganesh is credited with having written the Mahabharata (the most popular of the epic Hindu texts), as dictated by the sage Vyasa, and he is regarded as a god of learning, success, prosperity and peace.