Distant Frontiers

We’re a nimble, ambitious mid-sized Destination Management Company that enjoys the backing of a large network.  We leverage the infrastructure and buying power of our large network yet at the same time provide you intimate and personalized service.

We specialize in the corner of the world that we know best, where we’re hands-on, where we can be sure of giving our customers the best: the Indian subcontinent. We cover the vast, diverse, intriguing, ever-vibrant expanse of the largest democracy in the world, India; the rugged Himalayan terrain of still-mysterious Nepal; the lush tropical island paradise that inspired the word “serendipity,” Sri Lanka; and the charming mountain kingdom of Bhutan.

Backed by 18 offices across India, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka, our operations are fine-tuned to the needs of MIE Projects, the discerning individual traveller and the Special Interest Traveller. Our dedicated specialist teams ensure that you are dealing with experts as per your requirements.

We believe that ‘Knowledge is based on Experience, Everything else is just Information.’ Our Destination Knowledge Centre, the first of its kind in the travel industry, was created to enable travellers to capitalise on the Company’s intimate knowledge of the locale through our dedicated team of explorers who help our guests experience the destination as travellers and not tourists.


Lovleen Sagar Senior Vice President, Distant Frontiers, a boutique Destination Management Company

An avid traveller, a history enthusiast, a perfectionist, a master of bespoke experiences & a people’s person – these are just a few adjectives to describe Lovleen Sagar. With over 24 years of experience in the travel business and having working with leading Indian, UK and US based companies handling Special Projects, Individual travel, Incentives, Conferences, Special Interest and Educational Business to the Indian sub-continent, she is a repository of knowledge on the Indian Subcontinent. In her current role, Lovleen has been heading the Distant Frontiers team for over 12 years now and has taken the brand to new heights breaking many mile stones along the way. She helped conceptualise a first of its kind initiative in India, the “Destination Knowledge Center”. Leading a dynamic team of young explorers across India unravel the hidden treasures of experimental travel, she has re-shaped the concept of experiential travel. Her extensive knowledge on the Indian Subcontinent has helped various clients’ design and feature new products in their repertoire. A brochure on India launched by her has won the PATA Gold Award in 2005. She believes that while travelling across India may be an intense experience however if you bring along your sense of humour and go with flow, it can be one of the most memorable countries to explore.

Come Explore with us and we would help you craft events and memories  of a lifetime!


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Art of Travel 2023

This year's Art of Travel reflects an unbelievable amount of energy and enthusiasm for travel which is truly infectious. Some of the highlights of this issue are the destinations and tours experienced firsthand by us from across the Indian sub-continent, and a handful of incredible stories from India, including stories of traditional and sustainable wisdom that no guidebook will tell you.