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WHAT HAS CARL JUNG GOT TO DO WITH INDIA?
In 1937, radically influential psychologist Carl. G. Jung embarked on an epic 5000-mile expedition around India that would profoundly influence his research and worldview.

Now, over 80 years later, Bestway Tours & Safaris has worked painstakingly with our newest tour host, Dr. Evangeline Rand, to recreate this monumental journey.

Dr. Rand was the first person to make public the map of Jung’s India itinerary in 2012, after discovering it in the ETH Zurich archives.

Born and raised in India, Rand’s personal experience and in-depth research led to the publication of her book A Jasmine Journey: Jung’s Travel to India and Ceylon.

Under her careful guidance, our 2020 Bestway journey of a lifetime, will provide the opportunity to personally experience and reflect upon some of the great and ancient sites, monuments and human endeavours of India that moved and shaped Jung’s footsteps.

See the full itinerary and details here.

To the best of our knowledge, this is the first time a tour like this has been done.

It is this sense of discovery and adventure that Bestway has aimed to provide our travellers with for the past 41 years.

We have pioneered journeys to the four corners of the earth, even going as far as the world’s most remote island, Bouvet!

In 2019 and 2020, the discovery continues. Our upcoming specialty journeys to India will offer an
intimate women-only wellness adventure
dive deep into the lives and practice of local artisans of South India

retrace the footsteps of The Beatles in India.
and much more.

A selection of these journeys are spotlighted below:



YOU'RE INVITED! MEET YOUR BESTWAY TEAM
MARCH 30 & 31 - OTTAWA TRAVEL AND VACATION SHOW

WHEN: 
Saturday, March 30 from 10 AM to 5 PM.
Sunday, March 31 from 10 AM to 5 PM. 

WHERE: 
Shaw Centre, 55 Colonel By Drive

Find our BOOTH 428 in the Asia section at the Ottawa Travel and Vacation Show to learn about our latest journeys, access show-only tour specials, and meet with us about your travel needs!

*Contact us at bestway@bestway.com for limited free tickets to the show! 


YOU'RE INVITED! MEET YOUR BESTWAY TEAM
APRIL 01 - OTTAWA TRAVEL TALK: ARTS & ARTISANS ◆ THE BEATLES IN INDIA

WHEN: 
Monday, April 1 at 5:30 PM.

WHERE: 
Wellington Room, Hintonburg Community Centre

Join two experts as they share their unique perspectives on travelling to vibrant India!

Ottawa anthropologist Dr. Stephen Inglis is a noted authority in Indian art who has been honoured for his work by the President of India and the Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute.

Paul Saltzman is a two-time Emmy Award-winning film and television producer-director who spent time with The Beatles in 1968 when they visited India, and has since been back more than 60 times.

During this intimate evening, each will share their one-of-a-kind experiences, in-depth knowledge and unique tips for India travel. They will also talk about the upcoming themed India journeys they will be hosting in 2020.

We will be giving away two door prizes in a draw at the end of the event!
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YOU'RE INVITED! MEET YOUR BESTWAY TEAM
APRIL 06 & 07 - VANCOUVER WASHINGTON, USA - WOMEN’S SHOW

WHEN: 
Saturday, April 6 from 10 AM to 6 PM.
Sunday, April 7 from 10 AM to 5 PM.

WHERE: 
Clark County Event Center, Ridgefield, Washington

Meet Bestway tour host Lori Faren and learn about our exciting Women’s Wellness Journey to India at BOOTH 1205!

YOU'RE INVITED! MEET YOUR BESTWAY TEAM
APRIL 13 & 14 - VANCOUVER ZOOMER SHOW

WHEN: 
Saturday, April 13 from 10 AM to 5 PM.
Sunday, April 14 from 11 AM to 5 PM. 

WHERE: 
East Building, Vancouver Convention Centre, Vancouver, Canada

Join us at BOOTH 1123 during the Vancouver ZOOMER Lifestyle Expo! Learn about our latest journeys, enter our draw, speak with us about your travel plans, and get show-only tour deals!

*Contact us at bestway@bestway.com for limited free tickets to the show! 


 

Posted by Mahmood Poonja, Chief Explorer

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