From organizing historical trips for the “Royal Society for Asian Affairs” United Kingdom on battlefield tours , to organizing a private trip for Chairman of the “ Gurkha Trust” based in Cambridge or a trip for the General , Commanding the “Queen Horse Guards” at Whitehall London , Hindukush Trails has run quality trips that each one of our clients have enjoyed. Our trips have also been acknowledge in prestigious magazines like Country Life, World Archeology, Daily Telegraphs, Outside magazine etc. If required we can send you the articles. We add local events to your trips to make the itinerary all the more interesting which families and groups enjoy. Let us know what you are interested in and we can tailor make an itinerary for your group.

This is what our clients write about our trip battlefield tours “ On Kelly footsteps 1895 “.

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The Lord Denman,C.B.E., T.D

Honorary Secretaries
Colonel A.P.H.B.Fowle,M.C
Dr. InaRussel,O.B.E

Chairman Of Council;
Sir Donald Hawley, K.C.M..,M.B.E

Honorary Treasurer
J.F.N. Wedge

Dear Maqsood

“On behalf of the group I would like to thank you for the excellent arrangements for our centenary trip.

There will be an article in the RSAA Journal about our wonderful tour and I will certainly ensure that you receive a copy. There is also to be a lecture about it and, if there is a text of this, I will let you have a copy of that. It was a very memorable period for us all and we are looking forward to reliving it.

My wife joins me in sending best wishes to you and your wife and partners in Hindukush Trails.

Donald Hawley
Chairman of Council RSSA

Helen Mckeag (Mrs)
Secretary RSAA

“You will be interested to know that Lindsay Davies gave a wonderful account of the Society's centenary expedition illustrated with slides. The lecture gave members an enormous amount of pleasure, which will I am sure, spark off a great interest to visit for those who were not on that memorable trip.

I have pleasure in enclosing a copy of the June edition of the journal which includes Brigadier Bill Woodburn's article about the Chitral Centennial.

May I just add that we are very much looking forward to seeing you when you visit here in October. I know Lord Denman has already written to you about the lunch on 10 October, and I will of course let you know details about the reunion nearer the time “.